Comparison for usa2009-10-21

  • Title: "SHORE THING" (AUGUST 20, 2005)
  • Author: By Alice Walker
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  • Title: SHORE SIGNS
  • Author: By Carl Cranby / Timothy Parker
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A1. Tractor handle? ~ DEERE
A1. Acute infant condition ~ COLIC
A6. "Layla" singer's first name ~ ERIC
A6. A flat, thick piece ~ SLAB
A10. Jazz trumpeter Jones ~ THAD
A10. Shortening often used in cookie recipes? ~ TBSP
A14. Playful prank ~ ANTIC
A14. Place to see pro basketball ~ ARENA
A15. Tiller starter ~ ROTO
A15. "Come to ___" ~ PAPA
A16. Saint Peter's setting ~ ROME
A16. Cape ___ (Portugal) ~ ROCA
A17. Sunbather's tote ~ BEACHTOWEL
A17. Sunbather's tote ~ BEACHTOWEL
A19. Trails off ~ EBBS
A19. Buy It Now site ~ EBAY
A20. Worked the soil, in a way ~ HOED
A20. Catchy guitar riff ~ HOOK
A21. Feasible, as a goal ~ MAKABLE
A21. Incapacitate ~ DISABLE
A23. Shoot the breeze ~ GAB
A23. One-third of some plays ~ ACT
A26. Mouth-cooling treats ~ ICES
A26. Like a great receiver, often ~ OPEN
A28. Austrian psychiatrist Alfred ~ ADLER
A28. Austrian psychiatrist Alfred ~ ADLER
A29. Says with no uncertainty ~ AVERS
A29. Celebrity skewering ~ ROAST
A31. Continental rival ~ SOUTHWEST
A31. Niagara Falls tourists, often ~ NEWLYWEDS
A34. Hebrew robots ~ GOLEMS
A34. Separate the wheat from the chaff ~ THRESH
A36. 1963 U.S. Tennis Open champ ~ OSUNA
A36. March king ~ SOUSA
A37. Give-and-take ~ SWAP
A37. Combustion residue ~ SOOT
A38. Approach midnight ~ LATEN
A38. Preminger and Ringling ~ OTTOS
A40. Rocky peaks ~ TORS
A40. Level ground, in a way ~ TAMP
A44. "Love Story" author Segal ~ ERICH
A44. "The Yankee Years" co-author ~ TORRE
A46. Number of pipers piping ~ ELEVEN
A46. Fault symptom ~ TREMOR
A48. More than a little involved ~ ANKLEDEEP
A48. Bond's field ~ ESPIONAGE
A52. Place to see pro basketball ~ ARENA
A52. Fighting mad ~ IRATE
A53. Bridal coverings ~ VEILS
A53. "Blue" singer Rimes ~ LEANN
A54. College quarters ~ DORM
A54. Act greedily, perhaps ~ GRAB
A56. Bench press unit ~ REP
A56. "Take your hands off me!" ~ HEY
A57. Wears thin ~ ABLATES
A57. Profit ~ NETGAIN
A60. Word with occipital or ear ~ LOBE
A60. Puget Sound whale ~ ORCA
A62. Reason for signaling ~ TURN
A62. "Last one ___ a rotten egg!" ~ INIS
A63. Shore construction ~ SANDCASTLE
A63. Tot's precarious construction ~ SANDCASTLE
A68. What little things mean? ~ ALOT
A68. Unfit for highborn Brits ~ NONU
A69. Skin-cream additive ~ ALOE
A69. Vile insects ~ LICE
A70. Seville locale ~ SPAIN
A70. One who has to be rubbed out? ~ GENIE
A71. Sunbeams ~ RAYS
A71. "___ unrelated note . . ." ~ ONAN
A72. Where Gorbachev ruled ~ USSR
A72. Writes wrong, e.g. ~ ERRS
A73. Used a keypad ~ TYPED
A73. "All gone," for an infant ~ EATEN
D1. Apply with a swab, in a way ~ DAB
D1. It may be called on account of rain ~ CAB
D2. WSW opposite ~ ENE
D2. Argentite, e.g. ~ ORE
D3. H, to Greeks ~ ETA
D3. Open meadow ~ LEA
D4. Well-heeled ~ RICH
D4. Rearranged chin that is part of a foot? ~ INCH
D5. Sound reflection ~ ECHOISM
D5. Working together (with "in") ~ CAHOOTS
D6. Wears away ~ ERODES
D6. Word with "well" or "soft" ~ SPOKEN
D7. Have a stroke? ~ ROW
D7. Statute ~ LAW
D8. It's on the agenda ~ ITEM
D8. Mocked by imitating ~ APED
D9. Bubbly soft drink ~ COLA
D9. Island in Indonesia ~ BALI
D10. Keep afloat via leg action ~ TREADWATER
D10. Neither sink nor swim ~ TREADWATER
D11. Shackle for the feet ~ HOBBLE
D11. Not field cleanly ~ BOBBLE
D12. Strolls leisurely ~ AMBLES
D12. Climbed ~ SCALED
D13. Sahara, for one ~ DESERT
D13. Check writers ~ PAYERS
D18. Private eye ~ TEC
D18. Whirligig ~ TOP
D22. Madeline in "Clue" ~ KAHN
D22. Fills Simon's role ~ SAYS
D23. Stand-up's arsenal ~ GAGS
D23. They may be fine or liberal ~ ARTS
D24. Take ___ of silence ~ AVOW
D24. Blue jack ~ COHO
D25. Actor Lugosi ~ BELA
D25. Edible tuber ~ TARO
D27. Calmed ~ SOOTHED
D27. Life savings ~ NESTEGG
D30. Some bug sprays ~ REPELLANTS
D30. Much-photographed event ~ SETTINGSUN
D32. ___ as directed ~ USE
D32. Court ~ WOO
D33. Whistler's product ~ TUNE
D33. Yearning ~ LUST
D35. Used a firehouse pole ~ SLID
D35. A driver may lay on it ~ HORN
D39. King's superior ~ ACE
D39. "___-la-la" (skipping syllables) ~ TRA
D41. "Your turn," in communications ~ OVER
D41. Nepalese nursemaid ~ AMAH
D42. Russo in "Get Shorty" ~ RENE
D42. Small particle ~ MOTE
D43. Cinch ~ SNAP
D43. Zebra, to a lion ~ PREY
D45. Take a time-out ~ REST
D45. Wife of the Little Tramp ~ OONA
D47. Call on the carpet (Var.) ~ LAMBAST
D47. Thorax surrounder ~ RIBCAGE
D48. New personification of a familiar idea ~ AVATAR
D48. 1998 catastrophic-weather culprit ~ ELNINO
D49. Cloud of interstellar gas and dust ~ NEBULA
D49. "As ___ TV!" ~ SEENON
D50. Fictional character who "was here" ~ KILROY
D50. Green film produced by corrosion ~ PATINA
D51. Tract of low land ~ POLDER
D51. Slowly washes away ~ ERODES
D55. "Arabian Nights" flyer ~ ROC
D55. Rainbow's curve ~ ARC
D58. Jacob's twin ~ ESAU
D58. Ely is one ~ ISLE
D59. Maglie and Mineo ~ SALS
D59. Depilatory on store shelves ~ NAIR
D61. Catch sight of ~ ESPY
D61. Participating in the America's Cup ~ ASEA
D64. Discouraging words ~ NOS
D64. Cash register co. ~ NCR
D65. Hardly hit ~ TAP
D65. Rubble maker ~ TNT
D66. Perjury offense ~ LIE
D66. Perjurer's offense ~ LIE
D67. Call it quits ~ END
D67. Twilight, to a poet ~ EEN

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