Comparison for cht2005-12-30

  • Title: THE Daily Crossword: Friday, December 30, 2005
  • Author: by Henry Hook, Brooklyn, NY -- edited by Wayne Robert Williams
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A1. Like many a Nordic type ~ BLOND
A1. "Farmer in the Dell" character ~ WIFE
A6. Manger visitors ~ MAGI
A5. Main theme ~ MOTIF
A10. Esteemed ones ~ GEMS
A10. Stare stupidly ~ GAPE
A14. Pie cuts, e.g. ~ RADII
A14. Flimflam ~ HOAX
A15. Echelon ~ TIER
A15. Standard offshoot ~ AMOCO
A16. Flair ~ ELAN
A16. Singer Redding ~ OTIS
A17. Confirmation from the boss? ~ AMENATWORK
A17. Prepositional 1954 movie ~ ONTHEWATERFRONT
A19. Marlin's lost son, in a Pixar film ~ NEMO
A20. Tyler of "Ghost Whisperer" ~ AISHA
A20. Part of GNP: Abbr. ~ NATL
A21. Deep ditch ~ TRENCH
A21. Brawn ~ SINEW
A22. Cayenne-rich cuisine ~ CAJUN
A22. First wicked place? ~ EDENOFINIQUITY
A25. Greek letter ~ ALPHA
A27. Outcast ~ EXILE
A27. Average grade ~ CEE
A28. "God's Other Son" author ~ IMUS
A28. Reply to "That ain't true!" ~ ITISSO
A29. Wide gap ~ GULF
A30. Floral garland ~ LEI
A30. "Major Dad" actress Reed ~ SHANNA
A31. Drop the ball ~ ERR
A33. It comes in rolls ~ SOD
A32. ___ at windmills ~ TILT
A36. The lot ~ ALL
A33. Word ~ VOCABLE
A37. Starring role? ~ ICONJOB
A37. Diminutive ending ~ ETTE
A38. Fuss ~ ADO
A38. Poet's Muse ~ ERATO
A39. Withdrawal problem ~ DTS
A39. Basilica area ~ APSE
A40. Nutty confection ~ NOUGAT
A43. Ms. Dandridge ~ DOROTHY
A41. Took off ~ BLEW
A45. Statuesque ~ TALL
A42. Couples ~ DUOS
A46. Wall St. wheeler-dealer ~ ARB
A43. Songwriter Warren honored on the album "Enjoy Every Sandwich" ~ ZEVON
A49. Box: abbr. ~ CTN
A44. Old truck delivering cookies? ~ OREOSPEEDWAGON
A50. Bicarb ingredient ~ SODIUM
A50. Threshold ~ VERGE
A52. Old French coin ~ SOU
A51. Watergate prosecutor Jaworski ~ LEON
A53. Uses an axe ~ CHOPS
A52. Pianist Gilels ~ EMIL
A56. Belligerent chauvinist ~ JINGO
A53. Condo buyer? ~ UNITPICKER
A57. Mouth organ? ~ TONGUE
A59. Easy mate? ~ NICE
A59. Davenport man ~ IOWAN
A60. "The Farmer in the Dell" syllables ~ HIHO
A61. Prepositional 1981 movie ~ UNDERTHERAINBOW
A61. Verdi aria ~ ERITU
A66. Spill the beans ~ TELL
A62. Alone ~ STAG
A67. Formula Western ~ OATER
A63. Continuous movement ~ FLUX
A68. Mark's replacement? ~ EURO
A64. "__ has it ..." ~ RUMOR
A69. Sightseers? ~ EYES
D1. Push-up item, maybe ~ BRA
A70. Blueprints ~ PLANS
D2. Abscond ~ LAM
A71. Meg or Jeri ~ RYAN
D3. Exalted work ~ ODE
D1. Personal question? ~ WHO
D4. "Collages" novelist ~ NIN
D2. Charged particle ~ ION
D5. "A Little Moonlight" Grammy winner Reeves ~ DIANNE
D3. Blubber ~ FAT
D6. PDA column headings ~ MTWTF
D4. Way weary ~ EXHAUSTED
D7. Garlic mayonnaise ~ AIOLI
D5. Gullets ~ MAWS
D8. Hamburger's home?: Abbr. ~ GER
D6. Nebraska city ~ OMAHA
D9. Vex ~ IRK
D7. Wreck beyond repair ~ TOTAL
D10. Einstein ~ GENIUS
D8. Lemieux milieu ~ ICE
D11. 1985 Kate Nelligan title role ~ ELENI
D9. Prepositional 1991 movie ~ FORTHEBOYS
D12. "Glengarry Glen Ross" Pulitzer playwright ~ MAMET
D10. Clinton's veep ~ GORE
D13. Tough on traveling, in a way ~ SNOWY
D11. Without delay ~ ATONCE
D18. Chinese path ~ TAO
D12. Lobster claw ~ PINCER
D21. Young pigeon ~ SQUAB
D13. Swimmer Williams ~ ESTHER
D22. Walk on air ~ EXULT
D18. Frankfurter's one ~ EINS
D23. Deli freebies ~ DILLS
D19. Slight of build ~ FRAIL
D24. Sprite ~ ELF
D22. Summon to court ~ CITE
D25. Tenchu video game series hero ~ NINJA
D23. Persisting ~ ATIT
D26. "__ in Love": 1975 hit ~ IMNOT
D24. Leave at the altar ~ JILT
D27. "Yikes!" ~ EGAD
D26. "The Bell Jar" writer ~ PLATH
D30. Cone topper ~ SCOOP
D29. Prepositional 1987 movie ~ OVERTHETOP
D31. Harbor ~ HOUSE
D34. Town on the Penobscot ~ ORONO
D32. "The Wedding Banquet" director Lee ~ ANG
D35. Mouser ~ CAT
D33. Battle barrage ~ SALVO
D36. Sup ~ EATDINNER
D34. Ancient theater ~ ODEON
D40. Tylenol's target ~ PAIN
D35. Fluffy stuff ~ DOWN
D41. Fake coin ~ SLUG
D37. Not idle ~ INUSE
D42. Ticklish Muppet ~ ELMO
D41. Panhandle ~ BEG
D44. Happen ~ OCCUR
D42. Driving test? ~ DOGLEG
D46. Perspicacious ~ ASTUTE
D43. More dippy ~ ZANIER
D47. "60 Minutes" curmudgeon ~ ROONEY
D44. Hot spots ~ OVENS
D48. Fardel ~ BUNDLE
D45. Forgive ~ REMIT
D51. Neighbor of Santa Barbara ~ OJAI
D46. CNN news anchor Hill ~ ERICA
D54. Pitiful artwork? ~ PIETA
D47. Nobelist Root ~ ELIHU
D55. Philosopher Kierkegaard ~ SOREN
D48. Rehab of a kind ~ DETOX
D58. Solidifies ~ GELS
D49. Doo-__ ~ WOP
D60. Armed conflicts ~ WARS
D53. Short wavelength, for short ~ UHF
D62. Prince of Broadway ~ HAL
D54. Zero ~ NIL
D63. Broker's advice ~ BUY
D55. __ Classé: winemaking category ~ CRU
D64. Man-mouse tie ~ ORA
D56. Kipling classic ~ KIM
D65. Got the gold ~ WON
D57. WWII command ~ ETO
D58. Capek play ~ RUR

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