Comparison for cs2007-07-24

  • Title: New York Times, Friday, September 1, 1995
  • Author: Thomas W. Schier
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: July 24, 2007 - "Law of Improbability"
  • Author: By Thomas W. Schier
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A1. Williamette University site ~ SALEM
A1. Brunch, e.g. ~ MEAL
A6. Delineate ~ ETCH
A5. Long answer on a test ~ ESSAY
A10. Comet competitor ~ AJAX
A10. Muscle malady ~ ACHE
A14. Way out? ~ ALIBI
A14. In addition ~ ALSO
A15. Bob of TV's "Home Again" ~ VILA
A15. Shorthand pro ~ STENO
A16. Cry at Shinnecock Hills ~ FORE
A16. Silly billy ~ FOOL
A17. Commoners ~ PLEBS
A17. ___ mein ~ CHOW
A18. Airline to Ben-Gurion ~ ELAL
A18. Cleave ~ SEVER
A19. Greek letters ~ RHOS
A19. Points of difficulty ~ RUBS
A20. Beginning of a quote ~ IFTHEREWERENO
A20. Start of a quote ~ IFTHEREWERENO
A23. English actor Carmichael et al. ~ IANS
A23. Actress Skye of "Say Anything" ~ IONE
A24. Race course turn ~ ESS
A24. Fig. at a body shop ~ EST
A25. Part 2 of the quote ~ BADPEOPLETHERE
A25. Continuation of the quote ~ BADPEOPLETHERE
A32. Pinocchio's polygraph ~ NOSE
A32. Instance ~ CASE
A33. "____ Said" (Neil Diamond hit) ~ IAMI
A33. "___ Said" (Neil Diamond song) ~ IAMI
A34. Wager ~ LAY
A34. Film director Howard ~ RON
A35. Razor-billed bird ~ AUK
A35. Arctic diver ~ AUK
A36. Part 3 of the quote ~ WOULDBE
A36. Continuation of the quote ~ WOULDBE
A39. Mint stamp ~ DIE
A39. Bovine sound ~ MOO
A40. N.F.L. positions ~ RGS
A40. Some NFL positions ~ LGS
A41. Composer Thomas ~ ARNE
A41. ___ dixit ~ IPSE
A42. Doctor ~ MEND
A42. Jazz devotees ~ CATS
A43. Author of the quote ~ CHARLESDICKENS
A43. Author of quote ~ CHARLESDICKENS
A48. Unburden ~ RID
A48. ___ room ~ REC
A49. Drift ~ ROAM
A49. Year-end air ~ NOEL
A50. End of the quote ~ NOGOODLAWYERS
A50. End of the quote ~ NOGOODLAWYERS
A56. Magician Henning ~ DOUG
A56. Magician Henning ~ DOUG
A57. Old radio quiz show ~ DRIQ
A57. Deep-space vehicle ~ PROBE
A58. ____ a million ~ ONEIN
A58. Location ~ SITE
A60. Author Tyler ~ ANNE
A60. Funny Dame ~ EDNA
A61. Buñuel collaborator ~ DALI
A61. Piglike beast ~ TAPIR
A62. Chopin piece ~ ETUDE
A62. Go barnstorming ~ TOUR
A63. Lincoln in-law ~ TODD
A63. Give up, as land ~ CEDE
A64. El stops: Abbr. ~ STAS
A64. Leaves in after all ~ STETS
A65. One of a familiar heptad ~ DOPEY
A65. Europe's highest volcano ~ ETNA
D1. Dupe ~ SAP
D1. Certain computer, informally ~ MAC
D2. Cher's "____ Really Want to Do" ~ ALLI
D2. Curriculum range ~ ELHI
D3. Willingly ~ LIEF
D3. Dating from ~ ASOF
D4. Drop in the ocean? ~ EBBTIDE
D4. Maximum ebb of the ocean's flow ~ LOWTIDE
D5. Small disaster ~ MISHAP
D5. Ancient ascetic ~ ESSENE
D6. To a great extent ~ EVERSO
D6. Home music system ~ STEREO
D7. Gamepiece ~ TILE
D7. Golfer Ballesteros ~ SEVE
D8. Hammer part ~ CLAW
D8. Once more ~ ANEW
D9. Sound ~ HALE
D9. Distant past ~ YORE
D10. Once more ~ AFRESH
D10. Once more ~ AFRESH
D11. "Table Talk" English jurist ~ JOHNSELDEN
D11. Cafeteria worker ~ COUNTERMAN
D12. Slangy suffix ~ AROO
D12. Freeloading rail rider ~ HOBO
D13. Some signatures ~ XES
D13. Clattery trains ~ ELS
D21. Chemical ending ~ ENE
D21. Short, bouncing leap ~ HOP
D22. Knot again ~ RETIE
D22. Adjust one's laces ~ RETIE
D25. Branch ~ BOUGH
D25. Football Hall of Fame quarterback Sammy ~ BAUGH
D26. Makes general inquiries ~ ASKSAROUND
D26. Makes inquiries ~ ASKSAROUND
D27. Like velvet ~ PILED
D27. Accumulated (with "up") ~ PILED
D28. Sonny boy ~ LAD
D28. Adolescent boy ~ LAD
D29. Diplomatic HQ ~ EMB
D29. Diplomatic H.Q. ~ EMB
D30. Parade stoppers ~ RAINS
D30. Plant parts ~ ROOTS
D31. Regarded ~ EYED
D31. Grandson of Adam ~ ENOS
D32. Bust participant ~ NARC
D32. Branch of math, briefly ~ CALC
D36. You'll find him in a crowd ~ WALDO
D36. Word after "roger" ~ WILCO
D37. Pay dirt ~ ORE
D37. Uncover, poetically ~ OPE
D38. Dogpatch individuals ~ UNS
D38. Naval initials ~ USS
D42. Souvenir ~ MEMENTO
D42. Actress Holm ~ CELESTE
D44. Set up, in a way ~ RIGGED
D44. Jamaican music ~ REGGAE
D45. Samarra natives ~ IRAQIS
D45. Shortly ~ INABIT
D46. Word with holy or milk ~ COW
D46. Cringes ~ COWERS
D47. Floored ~ KAYOED
D47. Locked door opener ~ KEY
D50. Banned act ~ NONO
D50. Connecting point ~ NODE
D51. Bookie's quote ~ ODDS
D51. Goes (for) ~ OPTS
D52. "Fiddlesticks!" ~ DRAT
D52. "Fiddlesticks!" ~ DRAT
D53. Actress Kedrova of "Torn Curtain" ~ LILA
D53. Run easily ~ LOPE
D54. Enlist again ~ REUP
D54. Urban unrest ~ RIOT
D55. A or B, e.g. ~ SIDE
D55. Knock silly ~ STUN
D56. Not dis ~ DAT
D56. Year-end mo. ~ DEC
D59. Napoleonic duke ~ NEY
D59. Eventful time ~ ERA

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