Comparison for cs2001-04-26

  • Title: New York Times, Friday, May 26, 1961
  • Author: Unknown
  • Editor: Margaret Farrar
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  • Title: April 26, 2001 - "All Lit Up"
  • Author: By Fred Piscop
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A1. Senator from Hawaii. ~ FONG
A1. New arrival in the stable ~ FOAL
A5. Italy's Detroit. ~ TURIN
A5. Sausalito's county ~ MARIN
A10. Pre-curve sign. ~ SLOW
A10. Brown-wrapped stuff, sometimes ~ SMUT
A14. Johnny Appleseed's country. ~ OHIO
A14. "This can't be!" ~ OHNO
A15. "___ Ben Jonson!" ~ ORARE
A15. Lower in esteem ~ ABASE
A16. Head adornment. ~ HALO
A16. Fish story ~ TALE
A17. Prognathous feature. ~ LANTERNJAW
A17. Leno feature ~ LANTERNJAW
A19. Bird of ill ___. ~ OMEN
A19. AAA suggestions ~ RTES
A20. Amatory. ~ EROTIC
A20. It's opposite IX on some clocks ~ III
A21. Cooking vessel. ~ STEWPOT
A21. Gazetteer datum ~ AREA
A23. Currency on the Ginza. ~ YEN
A22. Prepares for a crash ~ BRACES
A24. Arab coasting vessel. ~ DHOW
A24. Frankenstein, to his monster ~ CREATOR
A27. First-rate: Colloq. ~ ACE
A26. Ford's Theater gunman ~ BOOTH
A28. Villa d'___. ~ ESTE
A27. Sound of a Siamese ~ MEW
A29. Business man. ~ TRADER
A28. Builder's waterproofing ~ TARPAPER
A32. Wooden vessel: Abbr. ~ BBL
A31. Mark in an analogy ~ COLON
A35. Fixed way of doing something. ~ ROTE
A34. 1,000 kilograms ~ TONNE
A36. Lacking confidence. ~ UNSURE
A35. Vientiane native ~ LAO
A37. Came to earth. ~ ALIT
A36. Word for poor Yorick ~ ALAS
A39. Prickly pear. ~ NOPAL
A37. Sticks in the mud ~ MIRES
A41. Sum's infinitive. ~ ESSE
A38. Vena ___ (main vein) ~ CAVA
A42. Panjandrum, modern style. ~ BIGWIG
A39. Sleep acronym ~ REM
A44. Actor Portman. ~ ERIC
A40. Portugal gals ~ DONAS
A46. W. W. I force. ~ AEF
A41. Cake feature ~ LAYER
A47. Plant pests. ~ APHIDS
A42. A-one ~ TOPNOTCH
A48. Ready for plucking. ~ RIPE
A44. ___ Quentin ~ SAN
A49. Three: Ital. ~ TRE
A45. Archie Bunker sort ~ BIGOT
A50. Sheba. ~ SABA
A46. Hirohito, e.g. ~ EMPEROR
A51. Where Montevideo is: Abbr. ~ URU
A50. Summer top ~ HALTER
A54. Subject of Shelley lyric. ~ SKYLARK
A52. "This ___ on me!" ~ ONES
A58. Spent. ~ USEDUP
A53. More than impress ~ AWE
A60. Bide-___. ~ AWEE
A54. Food thickener ~ AGAR
A61. New England style bowling. ~ CANDLEPINS
A55. Kind of bowling ~ CANDLEPINS
A64. Region of Europe. ~ SAAR
A58. National security adviser Condoleezza ~ RICE
A65. Burma port on Bay of Bengal. ~ AKYAB
A59. Ehud's successor ~ ARIEL
A66. "Picnic" author. ~ INGE
A60. "Why, of course!" ~ ISEE
A67. Epistolary salutation. ~ SIRS
A61. Cartridge fillers ~ INKS
A68. Goat-man deities. ~ FAUNS
A62. Take another shot at ~ RETRY
A69. ___ la vie. ~ CEST
A63. Like a minx ~ PERT
D1. ___ Square, N. Y. C. site of courthouse. ~ FOLEY
D1. ___ acid (form of vitamin B) ~ FOLIC
D2. Chicago airport. ~ OHARE
D2. Atheist Madalyn Murray ___ ~ OHAIR
D3. Curtain fabric. ~ NINON
D3. Gal with a gun, on Broadway ~ ANNIE
D4. "___ mit uns." ~ GOTT
D4. Kit and caboodle ~ LOT
D5. Laments of unrequited lovers. ~ TORCHSONGS
D5. Source of red blood cells ~ MARROW
D6. Common artifact. ~ URN
D6. Mammy Yokum's boy ~ ABNER
D7. Sovereignty, in India. ~ RAJ
D7. Big Indian ~ RAJA
D8. Cleopatra's maid. ~ IRAS
D8. "When ___ door not...?" ~ ISA
D9. Salamander. ~ NEWT
D9. Nursery denizens ~ NEWBORNS
D10. Display piece. ~ SHOWCASE
D10. Levels of society ~ STRATA
D11. Author of "The Leopard." ~ LAMPEDUSA
D11. Method of scoring in golf ~ MATCHPLAY
D12. Marge. ~ OLEO
D12. 1997 Peter Fonda role ~ ULEE
D13. Usual practice. ~ WONT
D13. Hardy heroine ~ TESS
D18. Kind of down. ~ EIDER
D18. Worm-___ (decrepit) ~ EATEN
D22. Deserve. ~ EARN
D23. Weapon in Clue ~ ROPE
D25. A Hapsburg. ~ OTTO
D25. Israeli author Oz ~ AMOS
D26. Viewers of tear-jerkers. ~ WEEPERS
D26. Ruinations ~ BANES
D29. Gardener's purchase. ~ TULIPBULBS
D28. Temple reading ~ TORAH
D30. Gaelic. ~ ERSE
D29. Gutter site ~ EAVE
D31. Nautical term. ~ REEF
D30. Laugh loudly ~ ROAR
D32. Rum dessert. ~ BABA
D31. Shopper's aid ~ CART
D33. Electronic impulse. ~ BLIP
D32. Pancake topper ~ OLEO
D34. Astronomer's measure. ~ LIGHTYEAR
D33. Sooty stuff ~ LAMPBLACK
D38. Drum majorettes in action. ~ TWIRLERS
D34. Touch of color ~ TINCT
D40. Diva's forte. ~ ARIA
D37. Reo or Essex ~ MOTORCAR
D43. Copywriter's forte. ~ IDEA
D38. Bat Masterson's weapon ~ CANE
D45. Desist's partner. ~ CEASE
D40. Venetian honcho ~ DOGE
D51. City of NE Italy. ~ UDINE
D41. Memory malfunction ~ LAPSE
D52. Crossbars. ~ RUNGS
D43. Gunpowder ingredients, to Brits ~ NITRES
D53. Unexpected defeat. ~ UPSET
D44. Like the stereotypical locker room ~ SMELLY
D54. Stewed fruit: Dial. ~ SASS
D46. Omega, to the Greek alphabet ~ ENDER
D55. River of movie fame. ~ KWAI
D47. Scrape together ~ RAISE
D56. Canadian fliers. ~ RCAF
D48. George W., to the Texas Rangers, once ~ OWNER
D57. New Zealand parrot. ~ KAKA
D49. Put back to 000, say ~ RESET
D59. Great work. ~ EPIC
D50. Mata ___ ~ HARI
D62. One of the largest schools in U. S. ~ NYU
D51. Opposed to, in the hinterland ~ AGIN
D63. Son of Jacob. ~ DAN
D52. "Don't bet ___!" ~ ONIT

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