Comparison for nw2006-07-19

  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, September 24, 1998
  • Author: Frances Hansen
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "ON YOUR TOES" (DECEMBER 29, 2004)
  • Author: By Timothy E. Parker
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  • Title: PAY ATTENTION
  • Author: By Clark Forsham / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: 7/19/06 CROSSING WORDS
  • Author: by Fred Piscop, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. See 28-Down ~ CHASE
A1. Kin of tens and hundreds ~ ONES
A1. It's immeasurably deep ~ ABYSM
A1. World book ~ ATLAS
A6. "Bleak House" girl and others ~ ADAS
A5. Grp. including Luxembourg, Turkey and Italy ~ NATO
A6. On ___ (as a gamble) ~ SPEC
A6. Comedian Kaplan ~ GABE
A10. "A Passage to India" doctor ~ AZIZ
A9. Unlike dirt roads ~ PAVED
A10. Menhaden kin ~ SHAD
A10. Born's partner ~ BRED
A14. Book of prophecies ~ HOSEA
A14. Fictional Mr. ~ HYDE
A14. Expressed with a pen ~ WROTE
A14. Arlo's father ~ WOODY
A15. Heart ~ GIST
A15. Saintly king ~ OLAV
A15. Tibetan teacher ~ LAMA
A15. On the briny ~ ASEA
A16. Oliver's request ~ MORE
A16. Like some folds ~ OVINE
A16. Fashionable first name ~ COCO
A16. String tie ~ BOLO
A17. Garden annual ~ ASTER
A17. Another man's Persian, it's said ~ MEDE
A17. Type of cake ~ LAYER
A17. Access one's e-mail ~ LOGON
A18. Spanish direction ~ ESTE
A18. Regal address ~ SIRE
A18. Actor Baldwin ~ ALEC
A18. "Serpico" author ~ MAAS
A19. Children's author Blyton ~ ENID
A19. Time units? ~ SANDS
A19. Certain deer ~ HART
A19. Drop out ~ QUIT
A20. Newsman's dramatic cry ~ STOPTHEPRESSES
A20. Editor's order ~ STOPTHEPRESSES
A20. Makeshift solution ~ STOPGAPMEASURE
A20. Newspaper-movie cry ~ STOPTHEPRESSES
A23. Mason of "The Goodbye Girl" ~ MARSHA
A23. It works to have a nest egg ~ HEN
A23. Word with hour or mile ~ PER
A23. Even if, briefly ~ THO
A24. It precedes 15 ~ LOVE
A24. ___ monde (high society) ~ HAUT
A24. What buffalo do ~ ROAM
A24. "How silly of me!" ~ DUH
A25. Greek gulf or city ~ ARTA
A25. Absurd comedies ~ FARCES
A25. Having the necessary power ~ ABLE
A25. Binges ~ JAGS
A27. Literary postscript ~ EPILOG
A29. Kind of warfare ~ GERM
A28. Sushi servings ~ EELS
A28. Make a pick ~ OPT
A32. Rock stars' dates ~ GIGS
A30. When it's light, it's this ~ DAY
A31. Some domestics ~ MAIDS
A31. Fertilizer ingredient ~ POTASH
A36. Kind of terrier ~ SKYE
A33. Hard to get close to ~ ALOOF
A35. Excessively ~ TOO
A36. Western Indian ~ UTE
A38. Welcome to paradise? ~ ALOHA
A34. "Fudge!" ~ DRAT
A36. "Nay!" sayer ~ ANTI
A37. Cross the plate ~ SCORE
A39. Travolta film, 1989 ~ LOOKWHOSTALKING
A35. It's written at the top of the list ~ TODO
A37. Poem of 14 lines ~ SONNET
A39. Pat's letter-turner ~ VANNA
A42. Common trash can site ~ ALLEY
A36. Avoid the issue ~ LOOKTHEOTHERWAY
A38. Classic John Osborne play ~ LOOKBACKINANGER
A40. Ignore wrongdoing ~ LOOKTHEOTHERWAY
A43. Con ~ SCAM
A39. Ltr. writer's courtesy ~ SASE
A41. Determine how much damage was done, e.g. ~ ASSESS
A43. Bitter-__ (die-hard) ~ ENDER
A44. A long time in México ~ ANOS
A40. Yard sale caveat ~ ASIS
A42. Leprechauns' land ~ ERIN
A44. Completely wreck ~ TOTAL
A45. Overpower ~ DEFEAT
A41. Chutney fruit ~ MANGO
A43. Contents of a lode-bearing wall? ~ ORE
A45. "You __ here" ~ ARE
A47. Troubadour's dawn song ~ ALBA
A42. Summer hrs. at the White House ~ EDT
A44. Cubic meter ~ STERE
A46. Miniature ~ PEEWEE
A49. "Grand" ~ THOU
A43. Not "fer" ~ AGIN
A45. Cereal elf ~ SNAP
A48. Dispenser candy ~ PEZ
A51. Storm's cause, maybe ~ ELNINO
A44. Springsteen and Steinbrenner ~ BOSSES
A46. Hobo concoction ~ STEW
A49. Chief exec. ~ PRES
A56. Heed sound advice ~ LISTENTOREASON
A45. Cut ___ (jitterbug) ~ ARUG
A47. Twice removed from thrice ~ ONCE
A50. Raised rails ~ ELS
A60. Incisiveness ~ BITE
A46. Vietnamese festival ~ TET
A49. It may appear before long ~ ERE
A52. Poetic preposition ~ ERE
A61. Early 11th-century date ~ MIII
A47. "Be sensible!" ~ LISTENTOREASON
A51. Be wise, in a way ~ LISTENTOREASON
A54. Heed sound advice ~ LISTENTOREASON
A62. Vitality ~ PULSE
A54. Japanese restaurant offering ~ SUSHI
A58. Wee parasite ~ MITE
A62. Typesetter's selection ~ FONT
A63. Wall St. acronym ~ AMEX
A55. Top-of-the-line ~ AONE
A59. Pig product ~ LARD
A63. No longer valid ~ VOID
A64. Park director's concern: Abbr. ~ ECOL
A56. Individual ~ LONE
A60. English topic ~ USAGE
A64. Push hard ~ SHOVE
A65. Comb and comb and comb ~ PREEN
A57. They provide prayer support ~ KNEES
A61. Hit from The Impressions ~ AMEN
A65. Long ago ~ ONCE
A66. Slightly tainted ~ GAMY
A58. End-of-wk. sentiment ~ TGIF
A62. Holder of combs, perfumes, etc. ~ ETUI
A66. Therefore ~ ERGO
A67. Naysay ~ DENY
A59. Some suburban chauffeurs ~ MOMS
A63. More angry ~ SORER
A67. Fax precursor ~ TELEX
A68. No longer in the closet ~ OUTED
A60. He or she may be special ~ AGENT
A64. Rotunda feature ~ DOME
A68. Paper buy ~ REAM
D1. Gulf ~ CHASM
A61. ". . . land of Nod, on the ___ of Eden" ~ EAST
A65. "___ there, done that" ~ BEEN
A69. __-do-well ~ NEER
D2. Popular landscaping plant ~ HOSTA
A62. Jeanne d'Arc, et al. ~ STES
A66. Broke off ~ ENDED
A70. Bull sound ~ SNORT
D3. New York's ___ Place ~ ASTOR
D1. Units of resistance ~ OHMS
D1. Belt-makers' tools ~ AWLS
D1. Hole-making tools ~ AWLS
D4. Oozes ~ SEEPS
D2. Putin's refusal ~ NYET
D2. Baby sitter's handful ~ BRAT
D2. Horn sound ~ TOOT
D5. Kitt who wrote "A Tart Is Not a Sweet" ~ EARTHA
D3. Root of the taro ~ EDDO
D3. Need for "walking the dog" ~ YOYO
D3. Olympic rings, e.g. ~ LOGO
D6. Humorist/illustrator Jon ~ AGEE
D4. Penetrate slowly ~ SEEP
D4. Grassland ~ STEPPE
D4. Takes on ~ ADOPTS
D7. Is circumspect ~ DISPLAYSCAUTION
D5. Between-meal bites ~ NOSHES
D5. Amalgamate ~ MERGE
D5. Moog, familiarly ~ SYNTH
D8. Player in a dome ~ ASTRO
D6. Completely unfamiliar ~ ALIEN
D6. It may cause indignation ~ SLAP
D6. Go or go fish ~ GAME
D9. Stow, as cargo ~ STEEVE
D7. Infield defense ~ TARP
D7. Conceal, as a magician ~ PALM
D7. PDQ ~ ASAP
D10. University town west of Cedar Rapids ~ AMES
D8. Needs a new radiator hose, perhaps ~ OVERHEATS
D8. Arab nobles (Var.) ~ EMEERS
D8. 35 Down had one ~ BEARD
D11. Commercial ___ ~ ZONE
D9. Nocturnal marsupial ~ POSSUM
D9. Chocolate source ~ CACAO
D9. Back off ~ EASEUP
D12. Colored part of a ball? ~ IRIS
D10. "Stop, sailor!" ~ AVAST
D10. German composer Robert ~ SCHUMANN
D10. Patio meals, for short ~ BBQS
D13. British ending ~ ZED
D11. Famous street across Hollywood ~ VINE
D11. Ground covering on some mornings ~ HOAR
D11. Casanova ~ ROUE
D21. Draconian ~ HARSH
D12. Termini ~ ENDS
D12. Plot part, perhaps ~ ACRE
D12. Ivy Leaguers ~ ELIS
D22. Calyx part ~ SEPAL
D13. First part of an Iowa city ~ DES
D13. Point to be made in a sentence? ~ DOT
D13. Braille bit ~ DOT
D26. Boxing stat ~ TKOS
D21. Cause of merchandise shrinkage ~ THEFT
D21. Madison Square Garden and others ~ ARENAS
D21. Bootlegger's product ~ HOOCH
D28. With 1-Across, star of Broadway's "The Women," 1936 ~ ILKA
D22. You are here ~ EARTH
D22. Certain islander ~ SAMOAN
D22. Beach-pail partner ~ SHOVEL
D29. Meat purchase ~ LOIN
D25. Trumped-up ~ FALSE
D25. Book with inlets and insets ~ ATLAS
D25. Minty drink ~ JULEP
D30. Cousin of "whoops!" ~ OHNO
D26. Take ___ off (sit) ~ ALOAD
D26. Hoist ~ BOOST
D26. Make amends ~ ATONE
D31. Comedian's stock ~ GAGS
D27. Thing to rule ~ ROOST
D27. Baggy ~ LOOSE
D27. Crystal-lined rock ~ GEODE
D32. Tickled ~ GLAD
D28. Coal product ~ COKE
D29. And the like (Abbr.) ~ ETC
D29. Yeats or Keats ~ POET
D33. Heracles' captive maiden ~ IOLE
D29. Bad thing to pull ~ GROIN
D30. Compare ~ LIKEN
D30. Scout unit ~ TROOP
D34. Play a round ~ GOLF
D30. You get four to move 30 feet ~ DOWNS
D32. Metal shaped by casting, perhaps ~ INGOT
D32. Surfacing stuff ~ TAR
D35. ___-Ball (arcade game) ~ SKEE
D31. Traditional truism ~ ADAGE
D33. Big name in plows ~ DEERE
D33. Sadat of Egypt ~ ANWAR
D37. Bibliographical abbr. ~ ETAL
D32. They come with strings attached ~ YOYOS
D34. Throw around ~ STREW
D34. Part of a drum set ~ SNARE
D40. "Easy Rider" biker ~ WYATT
D34. Depute ~ DESIGNATE
D36. Not in attendance ~ ABSENT
D35. Grant's successor ~ HAYES
D41. Color appropriate for 7-Down ~ AMBER
D35. Refrain syllables ~ TRAS
D37. Sneaky marksman ~ SNIPER
D37. Main or Wall ~ STREET
D46. Like this puzzle ~ THEMED
D37. International Court of Justice site (with "The") ~ HAGUE
D39. Early Rockefeller product ~ KEROSENE
D38. Suffix with major ~ ETTE
D48. Syrian hub ~ ALEPPO
D38. Act without restraint ~ EMOTE
D40. Bit of financial planning, for short ~ IRA
D41. London's __ Gardens ~ KEW
D50. In reserve ~ ONICE
D43. Conservatory graduate, e.g. ~ ARTIST
D45. Andrew Johnson served there ~ SENATE
D42. Cruel frat brother ~ HAZER
D52. Pacific republic ~ NAURU
D44. Sorrowful through loss ~ BEREFT
D46. Kind of tickets ~ SEASON
D47. Football-team complement ~ ELEVEN
D53. Seagull spot ~ ISLET
D45. Ghostly in appearance ~ ASHEN
D48. Show-biz biggie ~ CELEB
D49. Gaudy birds mate ~ PEAHEN
D54. "Long time ___" ~ NOSEE
D46. Morrison and Tennille ~ TONIS
D50. Environmentalist's urge ~ REUSE
D51. Bunk annoyance ~ SNORE
D55. Ceaselessly ~ ONEND
D47. Alveoli locale ~ LUNG
D51. It can move stars ~ LIMO
D53. Takes five ~ RESTS
D56. Stew bean ~ LIMA
D48. Words said with a nod ~ ISEE
D52. Checklist unit ~ ITEM
D54. Partnerless ~ LONE
D57. Columnist's squib ~ ITEM
D49. It covered Caesar's butt ~ TOGA
D53. Definitely the case ~ TRUE
D55. Ancient Peruvian ~ INCA
D58. Like a Playmate ~ SEXY
D50. Poor box contents ~ ALMS
D54. Ruler of the Aesir ~ ODIN
D56. Goblet feature ~ STEM
D59. Slick ~ OILY
D51. Combustion byproduct ~ SOOT
D55. Reddish-brown chalcedony ~ SARD
D57. Buster's pooch ~ TIGE
D60. Do a supermarket job ~ BAG
D52. Where "the joke is" or "the drinks are"? ~ ONME
D56. S-shaped molding ~ OGEE
D58. Smell ~ ODOR

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