Comparison for cs2007-07-05

  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, October 25, 2005
  • Author: Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: July 5, 2007 - "Vowel Run"
  • Author: By Nancy Salomon
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A1. Held a session ~ SAT
A1. Trash talker's talk ~ LIP
A4. Crustaceans eaten by whales ~ KRILL
A4. Winter pear ~ ANJOU
A9. Arcade flubs ~ TILTS
A9. Smart set ~ MENSA
A14. Each ~ PER
A14. "Dune" composer Brian ~ ENO
A15. Kind of ink ~ INDIA
A15. Pride members ~ LIONS
A16. Former TWA honcho Carl ~ ICAHN
A16. Sandwich cookies ~ OREOS
A17. Ill temper ~ IRE
A17. Hot air ~ GAS
A18. 2003 Tom Cruise movie, with "The" ~ LASTSAMURAI
A18. Final flings ~ LASTHURRAHS
A20. Children's song refrain ~ EIEIO
A20. Uninvited picnic guests ~ ANTS
A22. Mint or chive ~ HERB
A22. Big-mouthed pitchers ~ EWERS
A23. Mound dweller ~ ANT
A23. Whole lot ~ TON
A24. In memoriam phrase ~ LESTWEFORGET
A24. 2003 docudrama about Asian-American stereotypes ~ LESTWEFORGET
A28. "Quién ___?" ("Who knows?"): Sp. ~ SABE
A28. Distinctive flair ~ ELAN
A29. Creamsicle color ~ ORANGE
A29. Fled and wed ~ ELOPED
A33. When doubled, a dance ~ CHA
A33. Penn in N.Y.C., e.g. ~ STA
A36. Blue eyes or curly hair, say ~ TRAIT
A35. Utter an oath ~ CURSE
A39. Like many college dorms, now ~ COED
A39. Broadway Auntie ~ MAME
A40. Lean right, at sea ~ LISTTOSTARBOARD
A40. Input to an insurer ~ LISTOFVALUABLES
A44. Diva's delivery ~ ARIA
A44. Classic Langston Hughes poem ~ ITOO
A45. Copier need ~ TONER
A45. Cheese choice ~ SWISS
A46. "You, there!" ~ HEY
A46. 3-D scan ~ MRI
A47. Hanker for ~ DESIRE
A47. Friend on "Friends" ~ MONICA
A50. Greek consonants ~ TAUS
A50. Billions of years ~ EONS
A52. What Bo-Peep did ~ LOSTHERSHEEP
A52. Home of the misplaced ~ LOSTANDFOUND
A58. RR stop ~ STA
A58. Student no. ~ GPA
A61. Workers' welfare overseer: Abbr. ~ OSHA
A61. Author Calvino ~ ITALO
A62. Looie's underling ~ SARGE
A62. Nibble away ~ GNAW
A63. Van Gogh biography ~ LUSTFORLIFE
A63. Irving Stone's novel about van Gogh ~ LUSTFORLIFE
A67. Refinable rock ~ ORE
A67. Dr. of rap ~ DRE
A68. Put down ~ ABASE
A68. Shaw of swing ~ ARTIE
A69. Atelier prop ~ EASEL
A69. Riddle ~ POSER
A70. Pa. neighbor ~ DEL
A70. Big diamond ~ ACE
A71. Alternative to plastic ~ PAPER
A71. Helped with the dishes ~ DRIED
A72. Colorado's ___ Park ~ ESTES
A72. Ingrid Bergman, for one ~ SWEDE
A73. Otherworldly visitors, for short ~ ETS
A73. Teenage hooligan, in British slang ~ YOB
D1. Pitchman's pitch ~ SPIEL
D1. By-the-book ~ LEGAL
D2. Hilltop home ~ AERIE
D2. Ridiculous ~ INANE
D3. Shoe stiffeners ~ TREES
D3. Time for play-off games ~ POSTSEASON
D4. Electrical power unit ~ KILOWATT
D4. The lot ~ ALL
D5. Genetic letters ~ RNA
D5. "Third Watch" actress Long ~ NIA
D6. Cards with photos, for short ~ IDS
D6. Franz ___ Haydn ~ JOSEF
D7. Certain print, briefly ~ LITHO
D7. When some footballs are hiked ~ ONTWO
D8. Surgical beam ~ LASER
D8. Leader of the theater ~ USHER
D9. Lumberjack's call ~ TIMBER
D9. Choice bit ~ MORSEL
D10. Hosp. area ~ ICU
D10. Miss the mark ~ ERR
D11. Tomb raider of film, ___ Croft ~ LARA
D11. "Nifty!" ~ NEAT
D12. Comparison connector ~ THAN
D12. Big Apple gallery district ~ SOHO
D13. Foul mood ~ SNIT
D13. Pt. of AARP ~ ASSN
D19. Cornstarch brand ~ ARGO
D19. Craving ~ URGE
D21. "___ been real!" ~ ITS
D21. Mo. town ~ STL
D25. River of Aragón ~ EBRO
D25. Home of Baylor University ~ WACO
D26. Eat like a king ~ FEAST
D26. Mammy Yokum's "No more!" ~ ENUF
D27. Snack in a shell ~ TACO
D27. Pyramid, to a Pharaoh ~ TOMB
D30. Wyle of "ER" ~ NOAH
D30. Easter harbinger ~ PALMSUNDAY
D31. Richard of "Chicago" ~ GERE
D31. Like a 911 call (abbr.) ~ EMER
D32. Whirling water ~ EDDY
D32. Lucy's guy ~ DESI
D33. Decked out ~ CLAD
D33. Slight ~ SLIM
D34. Take on ~ HIRE
D34. Former Yugoslav president ~ TITO
D35. Sales tag words ~ ASIS
D36. Campers, for short ~ RVS
D37. "Am ___ believe …?" ~ ITO
D37. Spotted ~ SAW
D38. Oncle's wife ~ TANTE
D38. Wallach of "The Associate" ~ ELI
D41. Follow closely ~ TAIL
D41. Plug away ~ TOIL
D42. Paddler's target ~ REAR
D42. Took advantage of ~ USED
D43. NATO headquarters site ~ BRUSSELS
D43. Starting from ~ ASOF
D48. Housetop laborer ~ ROOFER
D48. Styled on top ~ COIFED
D49. Gas brand in Canada ~ ESSO
D49. Apropos of ~ ASTO
D51. ___ Na Na ~ SHA
D51. Christmas quaff ~ NOG
D53. Birdie score, often ~ THREE
D53. Diamond covers ~ TARPS
D54. N.F.L. coach called "Papa Bear" ~ HALAS
D54. Okay ~ ALLOW
D55. Wear down ~ ERODE
D55. Ruckus ~ NOISE
D56. "Snowy" bird ~ EGRET
D56. Drug buster, for short ~ NARCO
D57. Suffers from sunburn ~ PEELS
D57. Dork ~ DWEEB
D58. Retaliation for a pinch ~ SLAP
D58. Pleased as punch ~ GLAD
D59. Hefty horn ~ TUBA
D59. Run smoothly ~ PURR
D60. Quickly, in memos ~ ASAP
D60. Italian wine province ~ ASTI
D64. China's Lao-___ ~ TSE
D64. No-win situation? ~ TIE
D65. Adherent's suffix ~ IST
D65. Catered to ~ FED
D66. Agent's due ~ FEE
D66. Before, before ~ ERE

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