Comparison for usa2012-01-03

  • Title: "SANDWICH WITH HAM" (MAY 18, 2005)
  • Author: By Petra Gold
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  • Title: WHERE'S THE HAM?
  • Author: By Amos Gould / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: MAKING HAM SANDWICHES
  • Author: By Gary Cooper / Timothy Parker
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A1. Used a firehouse pole ~ SLID
A1. Arrest ~ STEM
A1. Carve in granite, e.g. ~ ETCH
A5. Goodyear icon ~ BLIMP
A5. Goodyear icon ~ BLIMP
A5. Goodyear advertising icon ~ BLIMP
A10. Domestic's word ~ MAAM
A10. Domestic's word ~ MAAM
A10. Polite palindromic address ~ MAAM
A14. Turpentine source ~ PINE
A14. Tilted tower town ~ PISA
A14. ". . . ___ lender be" ~ NORA
A15. Privately owned Hawaiian island ~ LANAI
A15. Hawaiian island ~ LANAI
A15. Hawaii's "Pineapple Island" ~ LANAI
A16. Recognize the intentions of ~ ONTO
A16. Recognize the intentions of ~ ONTO
A16. Aware of the true intentions of ~ ONTO
A17. Word with heart or tooth ~ ACHE
A17. "Nay!" sayer ~ ANTI
A17. "Me too" sort ~ APER
A18. Whittle away ~ ERODE
A18. Whittle away ~ ERODE
A18. Cause to deteriorate ~ ERODE
A19. Poetic foot ~ IAMB
A19. Poetic foot ~ IAMB
A19. Poetic foot ~ IAMB
A20. It may go with a beer budget, unfortunately ~ CHAMPAGNETASTE
A20. It may go with a beer budget ~ CHAMPAGNETASTE
A20. It often goes with a beer budget, unfortunately ~ CHAMPAGNETASTE
A23. Conger line member? ~ EEL
A23. Nosh ~ EAT
A23. Tit for ___ ~ TAT
A24. Get a lode of this ~ ORE
A24. Get a lode of this ~ ORE
A24. Mine metal ~ ORE
A25. Mathematician's highest degree? ~ NTH
A25. Mathematician's highest degree? ~ NTH
A25. Utmost degree ~ NTH
A26. Genuflect ~ KNEEL
A26. Man of ___ (Superman) ~ STEEL
A26. Appropriate inappropriately ~ STEAL
A28. One way to run ~ AMOK
A28. One way to run ~ AMOK
A28. One way to run ~ AMOK
A31. Organ of equilibrium ~ EAR
A31. Organ of equilibrium ~ EAR
A31. Organ of equilibrium ~ EAR
A34. Extra dose of trouble ~ DOUBLEWHAMMY
A34. Extra dose of trouble ~ DOUBLEWHAMMY
A34. Twofold setback ~ DOUBLEWHAMMY
A38. Razor brand ~ ATRA
A38. Gillette razor ~ ATRA
A38. "My kingdom ___ horse!" ~ FORA
A41. Painter of big-eyed children ~ KEANE
A41. Painter of big-eyed children ~ KEANE
A41. Late "Family Circus" cartoonist Bil ~ KEANE
A42. Entertainer Martha ~ RAYE
A42. Entertainer Martha ~ RAYE
A42. Wide-mouthed comic Martha ~ RAYE
A43. What the Juilliard String Quartet plays ~ CHAMBERMUSIC
A43. What the Juilliard String Quartet plays ~ CHAMBERMUSIC
A43. String quartet's offering ~ CHAMBERMUSIC
A46. Vietnamese holiday ~ TET
A46. Vietnamese holiday ~ TET
A46. Barracks bed ~ COT
A47. Concerning ~ ASTO
A47. Concerning ~ ASTO
A47. Concerning ~ ASTO
A48. Cause friction ~ CHAFE
A48. Cause friction ~ CHAFE
A48. Make sore by rubbing ~ CHAFE
A52. Fireplace shelf ~ HOB
A52. Fireplace shelf ~ HOB
A52. Fireplace shelf ~ HOB
A54. Pendulum direction? ~ FRO
A54. To's reverse ~ FRO
A54. To's opposite ~ FRO
A56. Senate majority? ~ MEN
A56. What boys will be ~ MEN
A56. XY chromosome bearers ~ MEN
A57. U.S. president, 1861-1865 ~ ABRAHAMLINCOLN
A57. U.S. president, 1861-1865 ~ ABRAHAMLINCOLN
A57. His picture is in many wallets ~ ABRAHAMLINCOLN
A62. Earth unit ~ CLOD
A62. Earth unit ~ CLOD
A62. Earth unit ~ CLOD
A63. Not silently ~ ALOUD
A63. Not silently ~ ALOUD
A63. Not silently ~ ALOUD
A64. Jay Gould's railroad ~ ERIE
A64. One of Jay Gould's railroads ~ ERIE
A64. Buffalo's body of water ~ ERIE
A65. First-class ~ AONE
A65. First-class ~ AONE
A65. Best-of-the-best ~ AONE
A66. Vampire vanquisher ~ STAKE
A66. Vampire vanquisher ~ STAKE
A66. Anti-vampire tool ~ STAKE
A67. Turner of "Madame X" ~ LANA
A67. Turner of "Madame X" ~ LANA
A67. Glamorous actress Turner ~ LANA
A68. Viscount or marquess, e.g. ~ PEER
A68. House of Lords member ~ PEER
A68. Jury member, in theory ~ PEER
A69. Whetstone user ~ HONER
A69. Puts an edge on ~ HONES
A69. Whetstone user ~ HONER
A70. It moves on a white bed ~ SLED
A70. It moves on a large white bed ~ SLED
A70. Rudolph's vehicle ~ SLED
D1. "Crimes of the Heart" star ~ SPACEK
D1. Word separators ~ SPACES
D1. Passes, as a law ~ ENACTS
D2. It may grow on rocks ~ LICHEN
D2. Dorothy's woodsman wore one ~ TINHAT
D2. Monopoly token ~ TOPHAT
D3. Start to breathe ~ INHALE
D3. Mansion and grounds ~ ESTATE
D3. Bring into existence ~ CREATE
D4. Form an opinion ~ DEEM
D4. Cause serious injury to ~ MAIM
D4. Inflict damage upon ~ HARM
D5. Make dim ~ BLEAR
D5. Make dim ~ BLEAR
D5. Make indistinct ~ BLEAR
D6. Concession stand word ~ LARGE
D6. Above average in size ~ LARGE
D6. Fast-food drink size ~ LARGE
D7. Complicit ~ INON
D7. Look ___ (visit briefly) ~ INON
D7. Part of, as a scam ~ INON
D8. Whipped up ~ MADE
D8. Whipped up ~ MADE
D8. ___-to-order ~ MADE
D9. First name in geometric painting ~ PIET
D9. Painter Mondrian ~ PIET
D9. Mondrian the artist ~ PIET
D10. Like fresh brownies ~ MOIST
D10. Like fresh brownies ~ MOIST
D10. Damp ~ MOIST
D11. Bete noire ~ ANATHEMA
D11. Solemn denunciation ~ ANATHEMA
D11. Despised thing or person ~ ANATHEMA
D12. "Hey, Mom! Look ___!" ~ ATME
D12. "Hey, Mom! Look ___!" ~ ATME
D12. "Don't look ___ like that!" ~ ATME
D13. Type of scene ~ MOB
D13. Type of scene ~ MOB
D13. "The Sopranos" group ~ MOB
D21. Game divided into chukkers ~ POLO
D21. Game divided into chukkers ~ POLO
D21. Game divided into chukkers ~ POLO
D22. Egyptian symbol of life ~ ANKH
D22. Egyptian symbol of life ~ ANKH
D22. Egyptian symbol of life ~ ANKH
D27. Mild cheese ~ EDAM
D27. Mild cheese ~ EDAM
D27. Sandler of Hollywood ~ ADAM
D28. Remember this! ~ ALAMO
D28. Remember this! ~ ALAMO
D28. Shrine to "remember" ~ ALAMO
D29. It's read at the table ~ MENU
D29. It's read at the table ~ MENU
D29. Bill of fare ~ MENU
D30. Carries a mortgage ~ OWES
D30. Carries a mortgage ~ OWES
D30. Has a balance due ~ OWES
D32. Pulitzer poet Lowell ~ AMY
D32. Pulitzer poet Lowell ~ AMY
D32. Former first daughter Carter ~ AMY
D33. Pastrami partner ~ RYE
D33. Pastrami partner ~ RYE
D33. Alternative to seven-grain ~ RYE
D35. Picked-on instruments, briefly ~ UKES
D35. Picked-on instruments, briefly ~ UKES
D35. Koa-wood instruments ~ UKES
D36. Host Convy or Parks ~ BERT
D36. Host Convy or Parks ~ BERT
D36. Host Convy or Parks ~ BERT
D37. Sight on the Champs Elysees ~ ARCH
D37. Sight on the Champs-Elysees ~ ARCH
D37. Eyebrow shape ~ ARCH
D38. Word with riot or class ~ ACT
D38. Word with "riot" or "class" ~ ACT
D38. Broadcast-regulating grp. ~ FCC
D39. "We ___ People ..." ~ THE
D39. "We ___ People . . ." ~ THE
D39. "I see what you're up to!" ~ OHO
D40. Basil with a magnifying glass ~ RATHBONE
D40. Basil with a magnifying glass ~ RATHBONE
D40. Basil with a magnifying glass ~ RATHBONE
D44. ___ au rhum ~ BABA
D44. ___ au rhum ~ BABA
D44. "___ O'Riley" (Who song) ~ BABA
D45. Screen symbol ~ ICON
D45. Screen symbol ~ ICON
D45. Computer screen symbol ~ ICON
D49. Indifferent to ethical standards ~ AMORAL
D49. Indifferent to ethical standards ~ AMORAL
D49. Indifferent to ethical standards ~ AMORAL
D50. Like a leopard ~ FELINE
D50. Like a leopard ~ FELINE
D50. Panther, bengal or lion, e.g. ~ FELINE
D51. Group of nine ~ ENNEAD
D51. Group of nine ~ ENNEAD
D51. Group of nine ~ ENNEAD
D53. Efficiency expert's goal ~ ORDER
D53. Efficiency expert's goal ~ ORDER
D53. "A burger and fries," e.g ~ ORDER
D54. Bit of serendipity ~ FLUKE
D54. Bit of serendipity ~ FLUKE
D54. Outlandish bit of luck ~ FLUKE
D55. Bicyclist, e.g. ~ RIDER
D55. Takes the bus ~ RIDES
D55. Agreement addendum ~ RIDER
D57. Shampoo ingredient, perhaps ~ ALOE
D57. Shampoo ingredient, perhaps ~ ALOE
D57. Lotion ingredient ~ ALOE
D58. Kind of house ~ HASH
D58. Kind of house ~ HASH
D58. ___ browns ~ HASH
D59. Cumulus lead-in ~ ALTO
D59. Cumulus lead-in ~ ALTO
D59. Choir member ~ ALTO
D60. Distress indicator ~ MOAN
D60. Distress indicator ~ MOAN
D60. Bellyacher's utterance ~ MOAN
D61. Animation frames ~ CELS
D61. Animation frames ~ CELS
D61. Animation frames ~ CELS
D62. Commencement wear ~ CAP
D62. Commencement wear ~ CAP
D62. Commencement wear ~ CAP

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