Comparison for nw2009-08-02

  • Title: IS THAT A FACT? [New York Times, Sunday, May 27, 1990]
  • Author: Shirley Soloway
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: 8/02/09 BELIEVE IT!: Or not
  • Author: Shirley Soloway, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Suffix with gab or song ~ FEST
A1. Jumble ~ HASH
A5. Beaver's structure ~ DAM
A5. Non-payer's risk, for short ~ REPO
A8. Strokes of fortune ~ CASTS
A9. Western capital ~ SALEM
A13. "Status stripe" designer ~ GUCCI
A14. Certain rec centers ~ YWCAS
A18. Vilnius is its cap. ~ LITH
A19. Pot deposit ~ ANTE
A19. At all ~ EVER
A20. Hot spot ~ OVEN
A21. Composition for eight ~ OCTET
A21. Get together ~ AMASS
A22. "___ in the Dark," 1964 film ~ ASHOT
A22. "Yeah!" ~ UHHUH
A23. Tommie of Gil Hodges's Mets ~ AGEE
A23. Banana peel, e.g. ~ SKIN
A24. Celebration ~ FETE
A24. Dole (out) ~ METE
A25. Co-writer of "The Other Woman": 1983 ~ MEARA
A25. Actress Lindsay ~ LOHAN
A26. Gibe ~ TAUNT
A26. Summa cum __ ~ LAUDE
A27. Start of a statesman's statement ~ THEREAREATERRIBLE
A27. Start of a quote ~ THEREAREATERRIBLE
A31. Early car ~ REO
A31. Disencumber ~ RID
A32. Rivulets ~ STREAMS
A32. Transfers ~ ASSIGNS
A33. Lettuce type ~ COS
A33. __ anglais (English horn) ~ COR
A34. Anchovy sauce ~ ALEC
A34. Colorful cats ~ CALICOS
A36. Haw's companion ~ GEE
A36. Yucky stuff ~ GOO
A37. ___ the press (brand new) ~ HOTOFF
A37. George H.W.'s predecessor ~ RONALD
A41. City in SW Ga. ~ PELHAM
A41. Ritzy ~ POSH
A44. Felt one's way around ~ GROPED
A42. Big name in sci-fi ~ ASIMOV
A48. Statement: Part II ~ LOTOFLIESGOING
A46. Part 2 of quote ~ LOTOFLIESGOING
A50. More difficult to find ~ RARER
A50. Burdened ~ LADEN
A51. Strauss's "___ Italien" ~ AUS
A51. Kid around ~ JOSH
A52. Mutt and Jeff, e.g. ~ PALS
A52. Fabricate feloniously ~ FORGE
A53. Land map ~ PLAT
A53. 11th-century date ~ MLII
A54. African ruler ~ EMIR
A54. "You can count on me" ~ IMIN
A55. C.P.A. ~ ACCT
A55. Bawls ~ SOBS
A57. Wrinkle ~ CRIMP
A56. Arrive at by air ~ FLYTO
A58. Bretons or Britons ~ CELTS
A57. Pound sounds ~ YELPS
A59. Statement: Part III ~ ABOUTTHE
A58. Part 3 of quote ~ ABOUTTHE
A61. Shadow ~ TAIL
A60. Bassoonist's purchase ~ REED
A62. "Diary of ___ Housewife" ~ AMAD
A61. Keep out ~ BAR
A64. Heavy weight ~ TON
A62. Houston of Texas ~ SAM
A65. "Abbey ___," Beatles album ~ ROAD
A63. Charged things ~ IONS
A66. Ephthalite ~ HUN
A64. Like some meds: Abbr. ~ OTC
A67. ___ about (approximately) ~ ONOR
A65. "Pygmalion" playwright ~ SHAW
A68. Double this for a Chilean river ~ BIO
A67. Glide down slopes ~ SKI
A71. Something to break ~ CAMP
A70. Stitch together ~ SEW
A72. Tree house ~ NEST
A71. Mt. Rushmore st. ~ SDAK
A73. Statement: Part IV ~ WORLDAND
A72. Part 4 of quote ~ WORLDAND
A75. Healing: Comb. form ~ IATRY
A74. Fills a suitcase ~ PACKS
A78. Rousseau hero ~ EMILE
A77. Choir members ~ ALTOS
A80. Skin ~ PELT
A79. Volvo rival ~ SAAB
A81. Differently ~ ELSE
A80. Bibliography abbr. ~ ETAL
A82. Juan's 2 Down ~ OCHO
A81. Key, for one ~ ISLE
A83. Mrs. Burt Reynolds ~ LONI
A82. June birthstone ~ PEARL
A84. ___ Jose ~ SAN
A83. Underworld river ~ STYX
A85. Solid rain ~ SLEET
A84. Dispense with ~ WAIVE
A86. Statement: Part V ~ THEWORSTOFITIS
A85. Part 5 of quote ~ THEWORSTOFITIS
A90. Some are stuffed ~ SHIRTS
A88. Fomented ~ FANNED
A91. Combining form for 10 Down ~ ASTERO
A89. Designer Wang ~ VERA
A92. Kind of band ~ ONEMAN
A90. Ceremonial ram's horn ~ SHOFAR
A93. Participate in a langlauf ~ SKI
A91. Utter ~ SAY
A94. Circle segments ~ ARCS
A92. What some music stores sell ~ USEDCDS
A95. Adherent ~ IST
A95. Former geopolitical letters ~ SSR
A96. With 15 Down, quoter of statesman's statement ~ WINSTON
A96. With 16 Down, author of the quote ~ WINSTON
A101. N.Y.P.D. order ~ APB
A101. Disney baddie Cruella de __ ~ VIL
A103. End of statement ~ HALFOFTHEMARETRUE
A102. End of quote ~ HALFOFTHEMARETRUE
A109. Capital of Baleares province, Spain ~ PALMA
A107. Sushi selection ~ UNAGI
A111. Arrowsmith's wife ~ LEORA
A109. Eclipse ~ OUTDO
A112. Carry on ~ RANT
A110. Judi Dench title ~ DAME
A113. Baptism, e.g. ~ RITE
A111. Some wordplay ~ PUNS
A114. Ancient weapon ~ SPEAR
A112. Like highways ~ LANED
A115. "Luncheon on the Grass" artist ~ MANET
A113. Senator Hatch ~ ORRIN
A116. Tokyo tipple ~ SAKE
A114. Israeli guns ~ UZIS
A117. Legless creature ~ APOD
A115. S&L customer ~ ACCT
A118. Let up ~ EASED
A116. Helpers ~ AIDES
A119. Tripura or Orissa ~ STATE
A117. Finish second at the track ~ PLACE
A120. Charlie's comic brother ~ SYD
A118. Pain in the neck ~ PEST
A121. Go up against ~ DEFY
A119. Pro-shop inventory ~ TEES
D1. Walking shoes ~ FLATS
D1. "__ la vista!" ~ HASTA
D2. Shell crew ~ EIGHT
D2. Egyptian crosses ~ ANKHS
D3. Mosshorn, e.g. ~ STEER
D3. Farm homes ~ STIES
D4. Soothing word ~ THERE
D4. Monsieur Toulouse-Lautrec ~ HENRI
D5. Vilified ~ DEFAMED
D5. Russian royal ~ ROMANOV
D6. Disinclined ~ AVERSE
D6. Extremely ~ EVERSO
D7. Distribute ~ METE
D7. Folk singer Seeger ~ PETE
D8. Regains consciousness ~ COMESTO
D8. Puzzle starter ~ ONEACROSS
D9. Maple genus ~ ACER
D9. Italian city ~ SALERNO
D10. Nihal or Nunki ~ STAR
D10. "Omnia vincit __" ~ AMOR
D11. Actress Copley ~ TERI
D11. Cowardly Lion portrayer ~ LAHR
D12. Awkward try ~ STAB
D12. Actor Morales ~ ESAI
D13. Furniture feature ~ GATELEG
D13. Cable's "Place for Politics" ~ MSNBC
D14. Springsteen's "Born in the ___" ~ USA
D14. Christmas tradition ~ YULELOG
D15. See 96 Across ~ CHURCHILL
D15. "__ hoppen?" (dazed one's query) ~ WHA
D16. Shape of a hogan ~ CONE
D16. See 96 Across ~ CHURCHILL
D17. "Leave ___ Beaver" ~ ITTO
D17. Video counterpart ~ AUDIO
D20. Extend oneself ~ REACHOUT
D18. Casts off ~ SHEDS
D28. "Half Magic" author ~ EAGER
D28. Encourage ~ EGGON
D29. Horn emanations ~ TOOTS
D29. Gear part ~ TOOTH
D30. Toddlers' perches ~ LAPS
D30. Transgression ~ LAPSE
D35. Emulated Jessica ~ ELOPED
D35. Compound's close relative ~ ISOMER
D38. Out ___ (no longer available) ~ OFPRINT
D38. Frequent Damon collaborator ~ AFFLECK
D39. Thrash or thresh ~ FLAIL
D39. Frank __ Wright ~ LLOYD
D40. Oliver Stone product ~ FILM
D40. Gossip ~ DIRT
D42. Med. student's subject ~ ANAT
D42. Wanted-poster info ~ ALIAS
D43. Top-level business gps. ~ MGTS
D43. Brazilian dance ~ SAMBA
D44. Super ~ GREAT
D44. Manner of speaking ~ IDIOM
D45. Stallone role ~ RAMBO
D45. Computer-screen list ~ MENU
D46. Mythical hunter ~ ORION
D46. Places for some jewelry ~ LOBES
D47. Where Machu Picchu is ~ PERU
D47. Personality component ~ EGO
D48. Spiked the punch ~ LACED
D48. Little taste ~ NIP
D49. Language of Picasso ~ ESPANOL
D49. Pvts., cpls., etc. ~ GIS
D55. Niels Bohr's subject ~ ATOM
D51. Mr. Doe ~ JOHN
D56. Places of worship ~ CHAPELS
D55. Store ~ STOW
D57. Reason ~ CAUSE
D56. Greek cheeses ~ FETAS
D58. Rob Reiner's dad ~ CARL
D57. Pleasure craft ~ YAWL
D60. Server ~ TRAY
D59. Connections ~ TIES
D61. "___ of Riley," former TV sitcom ~ THELIFE
D60. "La Bohème" character ~ RODOLFO
D63. Humorist Sahl ~ MORT
D61. Cutting remark ~ BARB
D67. Hero of the 1936 Olympics ~ OWENS
D65. Gives somewhat ~ SWAYS
D68. Cotton packer ~ BALER
D66. Deception ~ HOAX
D69. Atlas feature ~ INSET
D67. Blanket-binding material ~ SATIN
D70. He wrote "Night Music" ~ ODETS
D68. Roguish character ~ KNAVE
D71. Braggart ~ CROWER
D69. Just hung around ~ IDLED
D72. Curtain fabric ~ NINON
D70. Distorted ~ SKEWED
D74. Lunchmeat emporium ~ DELI
D71. Detroit-based brewer ~ STROH
D75. Little bit ~ IOTA
D73. University honcho ~ DEAN
D76. Bonn expletives ~ ACHS
D74. Orchestra's place ~ PIT
D77. "You Turned ___ on Me," 1936 song ~ THETABLES
D75. Hardwood tree ~ ASH
D79. Marquand's sleuth ~ MOTO
D76. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame city ~ CLEVELAND
D80. Hopper and Turner ~ PAINTERS
D77. DDE's two-time opponent ~ AES
D84. Hide the loot ~ STASH
D78. Neighbors of delts ~ LATS
D85. Glow ~ SHINE
D79. Fomented ~ STIRREDUP
D87. Doomed area in a Chekhov play ~ ORCHARD
D82. Fendi alternative ~ PRADA
D88. ___ Bud, a Dickens heroine ~ ROSA
D83. Store ~ STASH
D89. Flatter, in a way ~ IMITATE
D84. Batman's alter ego ~ WAYNE
D90. Evaded ~ SKIRTED
D86. Nero Wolfe's hobby ~ ORCHIDS
D93. Elegant ~ SWANKY
D87. Iconoclastic 20th-century journalist ~ IFSTONE
D97. Fabulous fiddle ~ STRAD
D88. Most evenhanded ~ FAIREST
D98. Potboiler's product ~ TRIPE
D91. Hindu teachers ~ SWAMIS
D99. "___ Africa." 1985 Oscar winner ~ OUTOF
D92. Tonsils neighbor ~ UVULA
D100. Penurious ~ NEEDY
D93. Mideast peninsula ~ SINAI
D101. Cathedral section ~ APSE
D94. Pleasure craft ~ SLOOP
D102. Haydn's nickname ~ PAPA
D97. Mar. 17 man ~ STPAT
D104. Attorneys' degs. ~ LLMS
D98. Cease-fire ~ TRUCE
D105. Accomplishment ~ FEAT
D99. Unit of prevention ~ OUNCE
D106. O'Neill's daughter ~ OONA
D100. Roosts ~ NESTS
D107. Worry ~ FRET
D103. Wrap, as a flag ~ FURL
D108. Author of "The Valachi Papers" ~ MAAS
D104. "__ vez" (again: Sp.) ~ OTRA
D110. West of Hollywood ~ MAE
D105. Savings acct. guarantor ~ FDIC

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