Comparison for nw2003-12-01

  • Title: 6/18/01 FOR THE BIRDS
  • Author: by Lee Weaver, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: 12/01/03 FEATHERY
  • Author: by Lee Weaver, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Young fellows ~ LADS
A1. Gave the once-over ~ EYED
A5. Awestruck ~ AGOG
A5. Free ticket ~ PASS
A9. Highway: Abbr. ~ RTE
A9. Dessert choice ~ PIE
A12. Miscellanies ~ OLIOS
A12. Hubbubs ~ TODOS
A14. Drakes and boars ~ MALES
A14. Omega's opposite ~ ALPHA
A16. Furniture wood ~ OAK
A16. Boise is its cap. ~ IDA
A17. Police informer ~ STOOLPIGEON
A17. Small change ~ CHICKENFEED
A19. Guitar's cousin ~ UKE
A19. Understood ~ GOT
A20. Nails-on-blackboard pain ~ TORTURE
A20. Most torrid ~ HOTTEST
A21. Reacted to a pun ~ GROANED
A21. Young ladies of yore ~ DAMSELS
A23. Go quickly ~ HIE
A23. Mel of baseball ~ OTT
A24. Fort Knox stuff ~ GOLD
A24. Former Yugoslav leader ~ TITO
A25. Made broader ~ WIDENED
A25. Drills through ~ PIERCES
A29. Shows up for duty ~ REPORTS
A29. Got smaller in the wash ~ SHRANK
A32. Gold, in Guatemala ~ ORO
A31. Chicken __ king ~ ALA
A33. Folklore creature ~ GNOME
A32. Reddish brown ~ HENNA
A35. Concise ~ SHORT
A34. Lucy's sidekick ~ ETHEL
A36. Guns the engine ~ REVS
A36. Makes a hole ~ DIGS
A38. Exchanges ~ SWAPS
A38. Secures the ship ~ MOORS
A40. Irish Rose lover ~ ABIE
A40. Perform without backup ~ SOLO
A41. Golf great Sam ~ SNEAD
A41. First course ~ SALAD
A43. Below, poetically ~ NEATH
A43. Anger ~ WRATH
A45. Call __ day ~ ITA
A45. CD forerunners ~ LPS
A46. Ties up, as a horse ~ TETHERS
A46. Jeans ~ DENIMS
A48. Wished (for) ~ YEARNED
A48. Closest to hand ~ NEAREST
A50. Office assistant ~ AIDE
A50. Flu preventers ~ SERA
A51. Feel remorse ~ RUE
A51. Feel remorse ~ RUE
A52. Testimonial dinner, e.g. ~ TRIBUTE
A52. Confidential matters ~ SECRETS
A55. Eastern Indians ~ SENECAS
A55. New York Indians ~ SENECAS
A59. Salad-dressing ingredient ~ OIL
A59. In the past ~ AGO
A60. Noisy timekeeper ~ CUCKOOCLOCK
A60. Noisy timekeeper ~ CUCKOOCLOCK
A62. Bullring cheer ~ OLE
A62. "__ don't say!" ~ YOU
A63. Made a blooper ~ ERRED
A63. More loyal ~ TRUER
A64. Painter Matisse ~ HENRI
A64. Edsel Ford's dad ~ HENRY
A65. Danson of "Becker" ~ TED
A65. Very fast plane ~ SST
A66. Convent sisters ~ NUNS
A66. Barely beat ~ EDGE
A67. Unenviable grades ~ DEES
A67. Poor grades ~ DEES
D1. Didn't win ~ LOST
D1. Make art with acid ~ ETCH
D2. Choir voice ~ ALTO
D2. Start of a pirate chant ~ YOHO
D3. Designer Christian ~ DIOR
D3. Rework the manuscript ~ EDIT
D4. Apply balm to ~ SOOTHE
D4. Physician or veterinarian ~ DOCTOR
D5. French girlfriend ~ AMIE
D5. Huff and puff ~ PANT
D6. Bob Hope bit ~ GAG
D6. TV alien ~ ALF
D7. Designer Cassini ~ OLEG
D7. Went fast ~ SPED
D8. First name of three presidents ~ GEORGE
D8. Close-fitting dress ~ SHEATH
D9. Type of tournament ~ ROUNDROBIN
D9. Put aside for the present ~ PIGEONHOLE
D10. Capture ~ TAKE
D10. Rock star, to teens ~ IDOL
D11. Supplemented, with "out" ~ EKED
D11. Munches on ~ EATS
D13. Pivoting ~ SLUING
D13. Preliminary drawing ~ SKETCH
D15. Acts too inquisitive ~ SNOOPS
D15. Think highly of ~ ADMIRE
D18. Dresses carefully ~ PREENS
D18. Think highly of ~ ESTEEM
D22. Hawaiian "Hi!" ~ ALOHA
D22. Sports numbers ~ STATS
D25. Most unpleasant ~ WORST
D25. Writing tablets ~ PADS
D26. Actress Dunne ~ IRENE
D26. Greek epic ~ ILIAD
D27. Meshed well ~ DOVETAILED
D27. President Ford, as a teen ~ EAGLESCOUT
D28. TV host Hugh ~ DOWNS
D28. "The __ of Kilimanjaro" ~ SNOWS
D29. Satisfy, as a mortgage ~ REPAY
D29. Plastic wrap ~ SARAN
D30. Overused, as an expression ~ TRITE
D30. Seaweeds ~ KELPS
D31. Substitute's place ~ STEAD
D33. Neither's partner ~ NOR
D34. Ginnie __ ~ MAE
D35. Like the kittens' mittens ~ LOST
D37. Former title in India ~ SAHIB
D37. More sensible ~ SANER
D39. Sound system ~ STEREO
D39. Hi-fi component ~ STEREO
D42. Reason out ~ DEDUCE
D42. Emulate Spielberg ~ DIRECT
D44. Part of the hip ~ HAUNCH
D44. Hip area ~ HAUNCH
D47. Tax form ~ RETURN
D47. Ripen ~ MATURE
D49. Staggered ~ REELED
D49. Walked unsteadily ~ REELED
D52. Play the trumpet ~ TOOT
D52. Utters ~ SAYS
D53. Irritate ~ RILE
D53. Swelled heads ~ EGOS
D54. Light brown ~ ECRU
D54. Gulf War missile ~ SCUD
D55. Lays a new lawn ~ SODS
D55. Achy ~ SORE
D56. Ice-cream holder ~ CONE
D56. Ice-cream holder ~ CONE
D57. Farm unit ~ ACRE
D57. About 44,000 square feet ~ ACRE
D58. Enters the slalom ~ SKIS
D58. "The __ the limit!" ~ SKYS
D61. Barbie's beau ~ KEN
D61. Beer barrel ~ KEG

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