Comparison for usa2009-08-31

  • Title: "READY, SET ..." (JUNE 13, 2002)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: GO ON
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: KEEP IT MOVING
  • Author: By Lane Kafti / Timothy Parker
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A1. Have compassion ~ FEEL
A1. Miner's find ~ SEAM
A1. Beat down ~ TAMP
A5. Slinger's dish ~ HASH
A5. Backs of thighs ~ HAMS
A5. "Billy Two ___" (1973 Gregory Peck film) ~ HATS
A9. Fondled rudely ~ PAWED
A9. Fondled rudely ~ PAWED
A9. Emulated a rook ~ CAWED
A14. Hitchcock's wife ~ ALMA
A14. Sock type ~ TUBE
A14. Coloratura's piece ~ ARIA
A15. Snoopy peer ~ ODIE
A15. Relating to the ear ~ OTIC
A15. "Don't count ___ !" ~ ONIT
A16. Humiliate ~ ABASE
A16. Demean ~ ABASE
A16. Like flying ants ~ ALATE
A17. Defeats, barely ~ NIPS
A17. Greek war god ~ ARES
A17. First word of "Send in the Clowns" ~ ISNT
A18. Certain human bone ~ ULNA
A18. Celestial bear ~ URSA
A18. Part of the eye that holds the iris ~ UVEA
A19. Light bulb units ~ WATTS
A19. Number of bulbs? ~ WATTS
A19. Volunteer State NFLer ~ TITAN
A20. Finish ~ GOTHEDISTANCE
A20. Finish ~ GOTHEDISTANCE
A20. Finish a 10-K ~ GOTHEDISTANCE
A23. Eye irritant ~ STY
A23. Gender-changing suffix ~ ESS
A23. Random selection ~ ANY
A24. Umbrella spoke ~ RIB
A24. Irving sleepyhead ~ RIP
A24. Yokum family adjective ~ LIL
A25. Low dams ~ WEIRS
A25. Low dams ~ WEIRS
A25. Boxers Max and Buddy ~ BAERS
A27. Request payment ~ DUN
A27. Request payment ~ DUN
A27. Persona ___ grata ~ NON
A28. Slope traveler ~ SLED
A28. Malamute's burden, perhaps ~ SLED
A28. Apt name for a herding dog ~ SHEP
A30. Graduate's prize (Abbr.) ~ PHD
A30. Dissertation finisher, hopefully ~ PHD
A30. ___ Beta Kappa ~ PHI
A32. Fall apart ~ GOTOPIECES
A32. Crumble ~ GOTOPIECES
A32. Fall apart ~ GOTOPIECES
A36. "Cannery Row" character ~ DORA
A36. "Cannery Row" character ~ DORA
A36. Before noon, poetically ~ MORN
A37. Like Homo sapiens ~ ERECT
A37. Not on all fours ~ ERECT
A37. Parisian pupil ~ ELEVE
A38. Coal container ~ BIN
A38. Coal container ~ BIN
A38. Pet peeve for PETA ~ FUR
A39. Felt crummy ~ AILED
A39. Felt crummy ~ AILED
A39. Beating in competence ~ ABLER
A40. "...for children of all _____!" ~ AGES
A40. Quite a spell ~ AGES
A40. "I ___ bad moon rising . . ." ~ SEEA
A41. Risk everything ~ GOFORBROKE
A41. Risk it all ~ GOFORBROKE
A41. Risk it all ~ GOFORBROKE
A43. Threw one's hat in the ring ~ RAN
A43. Turned yellow? ~ RAN
A43. 907.18 kilos ~ TON
A44. R&B singer Braxton ~ TONI
A44. "The Bluest Eye" author Morrison ~ TONI
A44. Koosh competitor ~ NERF
A45. Snack ~ EAT
A45. Break bread ~ EAT
A45. "___ in apple" ~ AAS
A46. Man of wealth or influence ~ NABOB
A46. Person of wealth or influence ~ NABOB
A46. Rapier's big brother ~ SABER
A48. Ham it up ~ ACT
A48. Take steps ~ ACT
A48. Adder alarm ~ SSS
A49. Competent ~ APT
A49. Well-chosen ~ APT
A49. "... ___ our fathers brought forth on . . ." ~ AGO
A52. Take it as it comes ~ GOWITHTHEFLOW
A52. Take it as it comes ~ GOWITHTHEFLOW
A52. Take it as it comes ~ GOWITHTHEFLOW
A56. Rock concert venue ~ ARENA
A56. Sports center ~ ARENA
A56. "All done!" ~ THERE
A58. Kind of learning ~ ROTE
A58. Kind of learning ~ ROTE
A58. Aesop creature ~ HARE
A59. Part of a movie? ~ ROLE
A59. Part of a movie? ~ ROLE
A59. Elliptical shape ~ OVAL
A60. Dismissive gesture ~ SHRUG
A60. Dismissive gesture ~ SHRUG
A60. Comes by honestly ~ EARNS
A61. Grand ~ EPIC
A61. Grand ~ EPIC
A61. "Stanley & ___" (1990 Fonda / De Niro film) ~ IRIS
A62. "Diana" crooner ~ ANKA
A62. "Diana" crooner ~ ANKA
A62. Commend, as for bravery ~ CITE
A63. Old West assemblage ~ POSSE
A63. Old West assemblage ~ POSSE
A63. Liability offsetter ~ ASSET
A64. Try for three points ~ KICK
A64. Gun's recoil ~ KICK
A64. Minor row ~ SPAT
A65. Furniture wood ~ TEAK
A65. Furniture wood ~ TEAK
A65. J. Smithson founded one (Abbr.) ~ INST
D1. Vampire's canines ~ FANGS
D1. Put on, as a production ~ STAGE
D1. Nearly treeless plain ~ TAIGA
D2. "Silas Marner" novelist ~ ELIOT
D2. Continental cash ~ EUROS
D2. Crime with accelerants ~ ARSON
D3. Vacant ~ EMPTY
D3. Does the getaway driving, e.g. ~ ABETS
D3. Like some mouthwashes ~ MINTY
D4. Eye liner? ~ LASH
D4. Ensnare ~ MESH
D4. Place of least resistance ~ PATH
D5. Guy who was bound to escape ~ HOUDINI
D5. He was bound to escape ~ HOUDINI
D5. Guy who was bound to escape ~ HOUDINI
D6. Extemporize ~ ADLIB
D6. "Take ___ down memory lane ..." ~ ATRIP
D6. Blacksmith's block ~ ANVIL
D7. Confession disclosures ~ SINS
D7. Hit alternative ~ MISS
D7. "Family ___" ~ TIES
D8. Kind of wave ~ HEAT
D8. Cab Calloway's forte ~ SCAT
D8. Yards rushed, e.g. ~ STAT
D9. Left for cash ~ PAWNED
D9. Hocked ~ PAWNED
D9. Brief downtime ~ CATNAP
D10. You can always count on them ~ ABACI
D10. You can always count on them ~ ABACI
D10. Writer Walker ~ ALICE
D11. Pool party activity ~ WATERPOLO
D11. Summer Olympics event ~ WATERPOLO
D11. Summer Olympics event ~ WATERPOLO
D12. The very best's ending ~ EST
D12. Ending for the very best ~ EST
D12. It rhymes with its preceding and following letter ~ ETA
D13. _____ Plaines, Illinois ~ DES
D13. ___ Plaines, Illinois ~ DES
D13. "MNF" viewing room, perhaps ~ DEN
D21. Blow one's stack ~ ERUPT
D21. Blow one's stack ~ ERUPT
D21. Avoid a certain church service ~ ELOPE
D22. Fills with wonder ~ AWES
D22. Knocks for a loop ~ AWES
D22. Saperstein and Simpson ~ ABES
D26. First Oscar winner for animated films ~ SHREK
D26. First Oscar winner for Animated Feature ~ SHREK
D26. First Oscar winner for animated films ~ SHREK
D27. Physicians, briefly ~ DOCS
D27. Physicians, briefly ~ DOCS
D27. Astronomical flare-up ~ NOVA
D28. Jules Verne milieu ~ SCIFI
D28. Jules Verne genre ~ SCIFI
D28. Shoe damage ~ SCUFF
D29. Comic / host Jay ~ LENO
D29. Weeknightly monologist ~ LENO
D29. Poor boy's cousin? ~ HERO
D31. County in the Sunshine State ~ DADE
D31. County in the Sunshine State ~ DADE
D31. About ~ INRE
D32. Paraphernalia ~ GEAR
D32. Paraphernalia ~ GEAR
D32. Adventure tale ~ GEST
D33. Instrument played by Bach ~ ORGAN
D33. Instrument played by Bach ~ ORGAN
D33. Toast spreads ~ OLEOS
D34. What cute little babies become someday ~ TEENAGERS
D34. One side of the generation gap, often ~ TEENAGERS
D34. Lots of new drivers ~ TEENAGERS
D35. Black, in verse ~ EBON
D35. Black, in verse ~ EBON
D35. Get an ___ effort ~ EFOR
D36. Scandalmonger's buzz ~ DIRT
D36. Unflattering gossip ~ DIRT
D36. Club card carriers (Abbr.) ~ MBRS
D39. Wind down ~ ABATE
D39. Wind down ~ ABATE
D39. Humiliate ~ ABASE
D41. Mongolian "place without water" ~ GOBI
D41. Mongolian "place without water" ~ GOBI
D41. Ex-Spice Girl Halliwell ~ GERI
D42. Give a second look ~ RECHECK
D42. Assure the accuracy of ~ RECHECK
D42. Least circumspect ~ RASHEST
D44. Hauler's fee ~ TOWAGE
D44. Hauler's fee ~ TOWAGE
D44. Latest and greatest ~ NEWEST
D47. Executive's incentive ~ BONUS
D47. Executive's incentive ~ BONUS
D47. Wind-___ (carried by the wind) ~ BORNE
D48. Garage sale supplier ~ ATTIC
D48. Garage sale supplier, often ~ ATTIC
D48. Thin narrow groove ~ STRIA
D49. Singly ~ ALONE
D49. Singly ~ ALONE
D49. Famous chipmunk ~ ALVIN
D50. Dance that originated in Bohemia ~ POLKA
D50. Dance that originated in Bohemia ~ POLKA
D50. Kids and their nannies ~ GOATS
D51. Change a bit for the better ~ TWEAK
D51. Change just a bit ~ TWEAK
D51. One who hardly gives a hoot? ~ OWLET
D53. Boer journey ~ TREK
D53. Boer journey ~ TREK
D53. What you may now hear? ~ THIS
D54. Kachina carvers ~ HOPI
D54. Some Kachina carvers ~ HOPI
D54. Big fat lyre? ~ HARP
D55. Greek group in America ~ FRAT
D55. Greek group in America, briefly ~ FRAT
D55. Convergence points ~ FOCI
D56. Hooded Egyptian ~ ASP
D56. Hooded Egyptian ~ ASP
D56. Jasmine, for one ~ TEA
D57. Pi-sigma connection ~ RHO
D57. Pi-sigma connection ~ RHO
D57. Comprises ~ HAS

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