Comparison for usa2012-07-14

  • Title: "OLD GAG, REVISITED" (AUGUST 09, 2002)
  • Author: By Peter Dart
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  • Title: MAY I TAKE YOUR ORDER?
  • Author: By Emma Daly / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: MAY I TAKE YOUR ORDER?
  • Author: By Emma Daly
  • Editor: Timothy Parker
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A1. One way to be taken ~ ABACK
A1. Mutilates, in a way ~ MAIMS
A1. Mutilates, in a way ~ MAIMS
A6. São _____ ~ PAULO
A6. Sao ___ ~ PAULO
A6. Sao ___ ~ PAULO
A11. Sir _____ McKellen ~ IAN
A11. Holm of "Chariots of Fire" ~ IAN
A11. Holm of "Chariots of Fire" ~ IAN
A14. Heathen ~ PAGAN
A14. Off-center ~ ASKEW
A14. Off-center ~ ASKEW
A15. Part of a stair step ~ RISER
A15. Part of a stairstep ~ RISER
A15. Part of a stairstep ~ RISER
A16. Word with cents or faced ~ TWO
A16. Timer's start? ~ TWO
A16. "___ and a Half Men" ~ TWO
A17. First part of diner's complaint ~ THERESADEAD
A17. Complaint overheard in a restaurant (Part 1) ~ THERESADEAD
A17. Complaint overheard in a restaurant (Part 1) ~ THERESADEAD
A19. Engine part ~ CAM
A19. Engine part ~ CAM
A19. Engine part ~ CAM
A20. Beach, in Barcelona ~ PLAYA
A20. She vanted to be left alone ~ GRETA
A20. She vanted to be left alone ~ GRETA
A21. Dick Tracy's hat ~ FEDORA
A21. Dick Tracy's hat ~ FEDORA
A21. Dick Tracy's hat ~ FEDORA
A23. Escutcheons ~ SHIELDS
A23. Feels acute distress ~ GRIEVES
A23. Feels acute distress ~ GRIEVES
A26. Quit detente ~ REARMED
A26. Ended a detente ~ REARMED
A26. Ended a detente, perhaps ~ REARMED
A27. Implied ~ HINTED
A27. Ran under the tap, e.g. ~ RINSED
A27. Ran under the tap, e.g. ~ RINSED
A28. Wild ruckus ~ BEDLAM
A28. Scene of confusion ~ BEDLAM
A28. Scene of confusion ~ BEDLAM
A29. "No _____, ands or buts" ~ IFS
A29. Braying beast ~ ASS
A29. Braying beast ~ ASS
A30. Exorcist's target ~ DEMON
A30. It may be cast out ~ DEMON
A30. It may be cast out ~ DEMON
A32. Gulliver's author ~ SWIFT
A32. Fleet of foot ~ SWIFT
A32. Fleet of foot ~ SWIFT
A35. Penthouse feature ~ VIEW
A35. Sullivan's "really big" one ~ SHEW
A35. Sullivan's "really big ___" ~ SHEW
A37. Contract addendum ~ RIDER
A37. Contract add-on ~ RIDER
A37. Contract add-on ~ RIDER
A39. Place aboard ~ STOW
A39. Place aboard ~ STOW
A39. Place aboard ~ STOW
A40. Racy neckwear? ~ ASCOT
A40. Bit of embroidery ~ PICOT
A40. Bit of embroidery ~ PICOT
A42. Hemmed without hawing? ~ SEWED
A42. Hemmed without hawing? ~ SEWED
A42. Hemmed without hawing? ~ SEWED
A44. End of a golf club ~ TOE
A44. It can be big or little ~ TOE
A44. Lower digit ~ TOE
A45. Israel's Joseph, Levi, et al. ~ TRIBES
A45. Biblical dozen ~ TRIBES
A45. Biblical dozen ~ TRIBES
A47. Computer key ~ DELETE
A47. Computer key ~ DELETE
A47. Computer key ~ DELETE
A49. Refrigerator part ~ CRISPER
A49. Refrigerator part ~ CRISPER
A49. Refrigerator part ~ CRISPER
A51. Pulled back ~ RECEDED
A51. Pulled back ~ RECEDED
A51. Pulled back ~ RECEDED
A52. Clergyman ~ RECTOR
A52. Parish head ~ RECTOR
A52. Parish head ~ RECTOR
A53. Jury makeup ~ PEERS
A53. Jury makeup ~ PEERS
A53. Jury makeup ~ PEERS
A54. Lilly or Whitney ~ ELI
A54. Lilly or Whitney ~ ELI
A54. Lilly or Whitney ~ ELI
A55. Complaint's conclusion ~ FLYINMYSOUP
A55. Restaurant complaint (Part 2) ~ FLYINMYSOUP
A55. Restaurant complaint (Part 2) ~ FLYINMYSOUP
A60. Mouse place ~ PAD
A60. Mouse place ~ PAD
A60. Mouse place ~ PAD
A61. Horrible monster ~ FIEND
A61. Diabolical sort ~ FIEND
A61. Diabolical sort ~ FIEND
A62. Intrinsically ~ PERSE
A62. Intrinsically ~ PERSE
A62. Intrinsically ~ PERSE
A63. Common to potato or needle ~ EYE
A63. Potato or needle part ~ EYE
A63. Potato or needle part ~ EYE
A64. Hang-ups ~ SNAGS
A64. Hang-ups ~ SNAGS
A64. Hang-ups ~ SNAGS
A65. Care for ~ TREAT
A65. Care for ~ TREAT
A65. Care for ~ TREAT
D1. Class. ad rental unit ~ APT
D1. Pins are made here ~ MAT
D1. Pins are made here ~ MAT
D2. Ebenezer's expletive ~ BAH
D2. Wood used for tool handles ~ ASH
D2. Wood used for tool handles ~ ASH
D3. Ice is one, information another ~ AGE
D3. Musician Turner ~ IKE
D3. Musician Turner ~ IKE
D4. Flyer for Aladdin ~ CARPET
D4. Mixes, as companies ~ MERGES
D4. Combines, as companies ~ MERGES
D5. Tolled ~ KNELLED
D5. Avoided an accident, in a way ~ SWERVED
D5. Avoided an accident, in a way ~ SWERVED
D6. Talks up? ~ PRAYS
D6. Backsides ~ PRATS
D6. Backsides ~ PRATS
D7. Elton John/Tim Rice musical ~ AIDA
D7. Tragic Ethiopian princess ~ AIDA
D7. Tragic Ethiopian princess ~ AIDA
D8. Walk all over ~ USE
D8. Walk all over ~ USE
D8. Walk all over ~ USE
D9. Paged ~ LEAFED
D9. Flipped, as pages (with "through") ~ LEAFED
D9. Flipped, as pages (with "through") ~ LEAFED
D10. Painful trials ~ ORDEALS
D10. Painful trials ~ ORDEALS
D10. Painful trials ~ ORDEALS
D11. First part of the waiter's reply ~ ITCOMMITTED
D11. Waiter's deduction (Part 1) ~ ITCOMMITTED
D11. Waiter's deduction (Part 1) ~ ITCOMMITTED
D12. Cognizant ~ AWARE
D12. Cognizant ~ AWARE
D12. Cognizant ~ AWARE
D13. One sans permanent address ~ NOMAD
D13. One without a permanent address ~ NOMAD
D13. One without a permanent address ~ NOMAD
D18. More doleful ~ SADDER
D18. Farming implement ~ SEEDER
D18. Farming implement ~ SEEDER
D22. Advances against earnings ~ DRAWS
D22. Advances against earnings ~ DRAWS
D22. Advances against earnings ~ DRAWS
D23. Hindu divinity ~ SHIVA
D23. Perceive ~ GRASP
D23. Perceive ~ GRASP
D24. Elvis was on them ~ HIFIS
D24. Hindu sage ~ RISHI
D24. Hindu sage ~ RISHI
D25. Conclusion to the waiter's reply ~ INSECTICIDE
D25. Waiter's deduction (Part 2) ~ INSECTICIDE
D25. Waiter's deduction (Part 2) ~ INSECTICIDE
D26. Refresh ~ RENEW
D26. Refresh ~ RENEW
D26. Refresh ~ RENEW
D28. Portends an omen ~ BODES
D28. Portends ~ BODES
D28. Portends ~ BODES
D31. Skinflint ~ MISER
D31. Skinflint ~ MISER
D31. Skinflint ~ MISER
D33. "The Trip to Bountiful" author ~ FOOTE
D33. "The Trip to Bountiful" author ~ FOOTE
D33. "The Trip to Bountiful" author ~ FOOTE
D34. Tammany boss ~ TWEED
D34. Tammany boss ~ TWEED
D34. Tammany boss ~ TWEED
D36. Baddest of the bad ~ WORST
D36. Baddest of the bad ~ WORST
D36. Baddest of the bad ~ WORST
D38. Get out of hock ~ REDEEM
D38. Exchange for money ~ REDEEM
D38. Cash in ~ REDEEM
D41. They get Shaq off his feet ~ TIPOFFS
D41. Bits of inside information ~ TIPOFFS
D41. Bits of inside information ~ TIPOFFS
D43. Solve the code ~ DECRYPT
D43. Solve the code ~ DECRYPT
D43. Solve the code ~ DECRYPT
D46. Sally Bowles' "Cabaret" city ~ BERLIN
D46. Site of a famous wall, once ~ BERLIN
D46. Site of a famous wall, once ~ BERLIN
D48. Smaller amount ~ LESSER
D48. Smaller in quantity ~ LESSER
D48. Smaller in quantity ~ LESSER
D49. Paris pancake ~ CREPE
D49. Paris pancake ~ CREPE
D49. Paris pancake ~ CREPE
D50. Race with a baton ~ RELAY
D50. Race with a baton ~ RELAY
D50. Race with a baton ~ RELAY
D51. Rips ~ RENDS
D51. Tears asunder ~ RENDS
D51. Tears asunder ~ RENDS
D53. "Turandot" role ~ PING
D53. Ricocheting bullet sound ~ PING
D53. Ricocheting bullet sound ~ PING
D56. Passing vote ~ YEA
D56. Passing vote ~ YEA
D56. Passing vote ~ YEA
D57. Bauxite or magnetite ~ ORE
D57. Magnetite, e.g. ~ ORE
D57. Magnetite, e.g. ~ ORE
D58. It's a free country ~ USA
D58. NAFTA ratifier ~ USA
D58. NAFTA ratifier ~ USA
D59. King's "_____ Sematary" ~ PET
D59. King's "___ Sematary" ~ PET
D59. King's "___ Sematary" ~ PET

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