Comparison for lat2006-10-28

  • Title: New York Times, Friday, January 19, 2001
  • Author: Joe DiPietro
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: LA Times, Sat, Oct 28, 2006
  • Author: Bruce Venzke and Stella Daily / Rich Norris
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A1. Monarchy or parliamentary democracy ~ POLITICALSYSTEM
A1. It's secured with bonds ~ THENATIONALDEBT
A16. A little too clever ~ OVERIMAGINATIVE
A16. Singer with the 1954 #1 hit "This Ole House" ~ ROSEMARYCLOONEY
A17. Oven item ~ MEATTHERMOMETER
A17. Wedge that includes a scoop ~ APPLEPIEALAMODE
A18. Stray ~ ERR
A18. Pascal work ~ PENSEES
A19. Join securely ~ TENON
A19. Works on, as a budget ~ REVISES
A20. 1984 skiing gold medalist ~ MAHRE
A20. 1970 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year ~ ORR
A21. Many cottage dwellers ~ RENTERS
A21. Mil. boss ~ GEN
A23. Diner orders ~ OMELETS
A22. Tar's milieu ~ OPENSEA
A25. Arab League V.I.P.'s ~ AMEERS
A26. "I need an answer!" ~ YESORNO
A26. Putdowns ~ SLURS
A30. Korean imports ~ KIAS
A27. Connecting points ~ NODES
A31. Had ~ DUPED
A28. Sacks ~ LOOTS
A33. One with future interests? ~ SEER
A29. Piece of neckwear ~ BIB
A34. National Humor Mo. ~ APR
A32. "Let's Get ___" (1973 #1 hit) ~ ITON
A35. Get on a slate ~ RUN
A33. Star, maybe ~ BADGE
A36. Period before ~ EVE
A34. '93 Sugar Bowl champs ~ BAMA
A37. Norfolk-based humane org. ~ PETA
A35. W.W. I troops: Abbr. ~ AEF
A39. Doesn't just complain ~ RANTS
A36. Ace of clubs? ~ CADDY
A41. China setting ~ ASIA
A37. Aristophanes comedy, with "The" ~ WASPS
A42. Abraham's eldest ~ ISHMAEL
A38. New Orleans sandwich, informally ~ POBOY
A44. Over ~ ATANEND
A39. Solid swats ~ LINERS
A46. "Punk'd" airer ~ MTV
A40. Emitted steam ~ VAPORED
A47. Uracil is one of its basic components ~ RNA
A43. Promotes ~ TALKSUP
A48. Brand whose mascot, Chester, is a very fast cat ~ CHEETOS
A44. Kind of warfare ~ CLASS
A52. Small shooter, in Siena ~ PISTOLA
A45. Half of the "Wayne's World" duo ~ GARTH
A56. Greenmailer's threat ~ HOSTILETAKEOVER
A47. Author LeShan ~ EDA
A58. Solution for a camping problem ~ INSECTREPELLENT
A48. Wall Street gambit ~ HOSTILETAKEOVER
A59. Some writing workshop evaluations ~ PEERASSESSMENTS
A51. Camper's need ~ INSECTREPELLENT
D1. Drain part ~ TRAP
A52. Comments from co-workers ~ PEERASSESSMENTS
D2. Diamond name ~ HOPE
D1. Former German duchy known for a breed of dog ~ POMERANIA
D3. "Outside the Lines" airer ~ ESPN
D2. Really ham it up, redundantly ~ OVEREMOTE
D4. Some holds ~ NELSONS
D3. Found out about ~ LEARNEDOF
D5. Mideast leaders: Var. ~ AMEERS
D4. N.Y.C. subway ~ IRT
D6. Like some pant legs ~ TAPERED
D5. Snickers ~ TITTERS
D7. Where the pupil sits? ~ IRIS
D6. "___, she's mine ..." (Manfred Mann lyric) ~ IMHERS
D8. "Ma Mère l'__": Ravel work ~ OYE
D7. Columnist Herb and others ~ CAENS
D9. Albemarle Sound site: Abbr. ~ NCAR
D8. Farm prefix ~ AGRO
D10. Pretrial word ~ ALLEGED
D9. Study of lakes and ponds ~ LIMNOLOGY
D11. Lots of bread ~ LOAVES
D10. ___-Cross Championship Racing ~ SNO
D12. It once had a "30 minutes or it's free" policy ~ DOMINOS
D11. Complains ~ YAMMERS
D13. Third-generation Genesis figure ~ ENOS
D12. Baseball stat ~ STEALS
D14. "Venerable" saint ~ BEDE
D13. Church offering ~ TITHE
D15. Nautical ropes ~ TYES
D14. Turn out ~ EVERT
D22. Animal with a striped rear ~ OKAPI
D15. Paris parents ~ MERES
D23. Droners on a brae, familiarly ~ PIPES
D22. It may follow four or six, but not five ~ TEEN
D24. Ground ~ EARTH
D24. Silence ~ MUTE
D25. Kind of comprehension ~ AURAL
D26. Like most cemetery plots ~ SODDY
D26. News spreader of a sort ~ YENTA
D28. Sports org. owned by Fox ~ LADODGERS
D27. Angel portrayer ~ REESE
D29. In which 49 is 100 ~ BASESEVEN
D28. Journeyman infielder Phil ~ NEVIN
D30. Rash ~ IMPRUDENT
D29. Nymph who was a companion of Artemis ~ OREAD
D31. What tubas play ~ BASSPARTS
D32. "Treat homonyms as synonyms": Walter Redfern ~ PUN
D33. Naïf ~ BABE
D38. Electrical measuring device ~ AMMETER
D34. Place of interest? ~ BANK
D39. Can't take it any longer ~ REVOLTS
D36. Napoleon's birthplace ~ CORSICA
D40. Walks out ~ STRIKES
D37. One of the brothers Grimm ~ WILHELM
D41. French France ~ ANATOLE
D38. Bill ~ POSTER
D43. Aegean peninsula ~ ATTICA
D39. Potato dishes ~ LATKES
D45. Saint who was the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1093-1109 ~ ANSELM
D40. Screening device ~ VCHIP
D48. Symbol of contentiousness ~ CHIP
D41. Separate ~ ALONE
D49. Perfect ~ HONE
D42. Not in ~ PASSE
D50. Roman being ~ ESSE
D43. Golfers' bane ~ TRAPS
D51. They're given on Suns. ~ SERS
D46. To ___ (just so) ~ ATEE
D52. Easy-to-eat foods ~ PAPS
D49. Mil. titles ~ LTS
D53. It's hot in here ~ OVEN
D50. Encouraging word ~ OLE
D54. Provided for a time ~ LENT

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