Comparison for usa2009-12-18

  • Title: "... BORN EVERY MINUTE" (MAY 01, 2002)
  • Author: By Bob Peoples
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  • Title: FEELING USED
  • Author: By Louis Lampley / Timothy Parker
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A1. Move very quickly through traffic ~ DART
A1. Flow slowly ~ SEEP
A5. Blue Ribbon makers ~ PABST
A5. Peruvian natives ~ INCAS
A10. Shipboard slammer ~ BRIG
A10. Crowning point ~ ACME
A14. Famous canal ~ ERIE
A14. Caterers' coffeepots ~ URNS
A15. Hoops Hall of Famer Thomas ~ ISIAH
A15. She was turned into a weeping statue ~ NIOBE
A16. Greek liqueur ~ OUZO
A16. Make reservations ~ BOOK
A17. Categorize ~ PIGEONHOLE
A17. Place in a particular slot ~ PIGEONHOLE
A19. Slender reed ~ OBOE
A19. Stable parent ~ SIRE
A20. Backup strategy ~ PLANB
A20. Go without launch? ~ SCRUB
A21. Versatile furniture ~ SOFABEDS
A21. Froglets ~ TADPOLES
A23. Dreamcast maker ~ SEGA
A23. Ball belles ~ DEBS
A26. Jazz man Hinton or Jackson ~ MILT
A26. Gung-ho quality ~ ZEAL
A27. Testing site ~ LAB
A27. Baseball headgear ~ CAP
A30. Unanticipated blow ~ SUCKERPUNCH
A30. Unanticipated blow ~ SUCKERPUNCH
A35. Lyricist Gershwin ~ IRA
A35. Belt's relative ~ OBI
A36. Austen novel ~ EMMA
A36. Sewing case ~ ETUI
A37. Ceiling-hung art ~ MOBILE
A37. "SNL" specialty ~ SATIRE
A38. Kind of screen ~ LINT
A38. Collection of outlets? ~ MALL
A40. Word with split or tail ~ END
A40. They're known for making hits ~ MOB
A42. Cause of a senior's stress? ~ EXAM
A42. Dubai dignitary ~ EMIR
A43. Overhead storage sites ~ ATTICS
A43. Asimov and Newton ~ ISAACS
A46. You can shift it ~ GEAR
A46. "I haven't a thing to ___!" ~ WEAR
A49. Diamond stat ~ ERA
A49. Special place to have breakfast ~ BED
A50. Insultingly low pay, in slang ~ CHUMPCHANGE
A50. A few coins, in slang ~ CHUMPCHANGE
A52. Study ~ DEN
A52. Admission requirements, perhaps ~ IDS
A53. Wilson of "Mrs. Doubtfire" ~ MARA
A53. Old-time actress Theda ~ BARA
A54. Spilled the beans ~ TOLD
A54. Unaccompanied efforts ~ SOLI
A56. Antithesis ~ OPPOSITE
A56. Like pumice ~ ABRASIVE
A60. Tiny amounts ~ IOTAS
A60. Act opener? ~ INTER
A64. Femme fatale role for Liz ~ CLEO
A64. Victory signs ~ VEES
A65. "Walkin' After Midnight" singer ~ PATSYCLINE
A65. "Walkin' After Midnight" singer ~ PATSYCLINE
A68. Eavesdrop ~ HEAR
A68. "Before ___ you go . . ." ~ ILET
A69. Carpentry or masonry, e.g. ~ TRADE
A69. Bill from the govt. ~ TNOTE
A70. It's made of wood ~ TREE
A70. "Author unknown" byline ~ ANON
A71. Rice wine ~ SAKE
A71. Depression between hills ~ VALE
A72. Play a set with the band ~ SITIN
A72. Arabian Peninsula capital ~ SANAA
A73. Puts in stitches ~ SEWS
A73. "Batman" star Adam ~ WEST
D1. "Chocolat" star ~ DEPP
D1. Has din-din ~ SUPS
D2. Seed cover ~ ARIL
D2. McCormack of "Will & Grace" ~ ERIC
D3. Latvia's capital ~ RIGA
D3. One with a degree from a technical inst., often ~ ENGR
D4. Many MTV watchers ~ TEENS
D4. Pretentious poseur ~ PSEUD
D5. Golfer's target ~ PIN
D5. Quaint lodging ~ INN
D6. It comes before Wednesday once a year ~ ASH
D6. Govt. medical agcy. ~ NIH
D7. "Who's Who" entries, for short ~ BIOS
D7. Amusing old guy ~ COOT
D8. Head dancer of the Bible? ~ SALOME
D8. In need of extinguishing ~ ABLAZE
D9. John Grisham best seller ~ THEFIRM
D9. Sowing machines ~ SEEDERS
D10. Idiot box ~ BOOBTUBE
D10. Adjective with "zero" or "disaster" ~ ABSOLUTE
D11. Hayseed ~ RUBE
D11. DNA shape ~ COIL
D12. Alligator shirt maker ~ IZOD
D12. ". . . to form a ___ perfect union . . ." ~ MORE
D13. Says, in teenspeak ~ GOES
D13. Barely manages (with "out") ~ EKES
D18. Like Sherman Klump ~ OBESE
D18. Overly large ~ OBESE
D22. Chow's chow, perhaps ~ ALPO
D22. "___ Was a Rollin' Stone" (1972 hit) ~ PAPA
D24. Word with chewing or bubble ~ GUM
D24. "___ no-o-o . . ." ~ BUT
D25. Crowning point ~ ACME
D25. Growth on some ponds ~ SCUM
D27. Sachet scent, perhaps ~ LILAC
D27. Sinbad or Chris Rock, e.g. ~ COMIC
D28. Grade school subj. ~ ARITH
D28. Make red-faced ~ ABASH
D29. Language group including Zulu ~ BANTU
D29. Middle Eastern rice dish (Var.) ~ PILAU
D31. "Winnie the Pooh" character ~ KANGA
D31. Great Plains tribe ~ KIOWA
D32. Not approved ~ NIXED
D32. Rain clouds ~ NIMBI
D33. _____ Boothe Luce ~ CLARE
D33. Produced eye drops ~ CRIED
D34. Macho type ~ HEMAN
D34. Cattle travel in them ~ HERDS
D39. George "Kingfish" Stevens of TV's "Amos 'n' Andy" ~ TIMMOORE
D39. Attack verbally ~ LAMBASTE
D41. Ding ~ DENT
D41. Franklin and Affleck ~ BENS
D44. Bean counters ~ CPAS
D44. Bean counters ~ CPAS
D45. They're floating around Hollywood ~ SCRIPTS
D45. Actor's reading material ~ SCRIPTS
D47. "A long time _____, in a galaxy far ..." ~ AGO
D47. ". . . ___ our fathers brought forth on . . ." ~ AGO
D48. Souvenir of the past ~ RELIC
D48. Curator's acquisition ~ RELIC
D51. John Wayne film set in Africa ~ HATARI
D51. Cuban capital ~ HAVANA
D55. Half-wits ~ DOLTS
D55. "Family Feud" teammate, often ~ INLAW
D56. Longtime New York Times publisher Adolph ~ OCHS
D56. Tel ___ ~ AVIV
D57. "Not guilty," e.g. ~ PLEA
D57. Dracula portrayer Lugosi ~ BELA
D58. Type of performer ~ PEAK
D58. Audiotape holder ~ REEL
D59. Coup d'_____ ~ ETAT
D59. Windsor boys' school ~ ETON
D61. Inflation target ~ TIRE
D61. Part of a spork ~ TINE
D62. From scratch ~ ANEW
D62. "The Dukes of Hazzard" cop ~ ENOS
D63. Meets with ~ SEES
D63. Cost of occupation ~ RENT
D66. Reagan's "Star Wars" plan ~ SDI
D66. Train stop, briefly ~ STA
D67. Strong urge ~ YEN
D67. "I support the motion" ~ YEA

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