Comparison for nw2012-03-16

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, June 6, 2005
  • Author: Raymond Hamel
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: 03/16/12 VOWEL PLAY
  • Author: Bruce Venzke, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Blackguard ~ CAD
A1. "Aqui se __ español" ~ HABLA
A4. Coin with Monticello on its back ~ NICKEL
A6. Crash-probe org. ~ NTSB
A10. Mlle. from Acapulco ~ SRTA
A10. Commercial ~ TVAD
A14. Sport ___ (all-purpose vehicle) ~ UTE
A14. Preceder of a time ~ ONEAT
A15. Tennis champ Goolagong ~ EVONNE
A15. Tot's boo-boo ~ OWIE
A16. His and ___ ~ HERS
A16. Former Security Council member ~ USSR
A17. Automated device in a bowling alley ~ BALLRETURN
A17. Human dynamo ~ BALLOFFIRE
A19. Give off ~ EMIT
A19. Upswing ~ RISE
A20. Epic that ends with Hector's funeral ~ ILIAD
A20. One who takes panes on the job ~ GLAZIER
A21. Grand Prix, e.g. ~ ROADRACE
A21. Swings in a ring ~ BOXES
A23. Nail on a paw ~ CLAW
A22. Give a wok a workout ~ FRY
A24. Garden item cut up for a salad ~ BELLPEPPER
A23. Cathedral features ~ BELLTOWERS
A26. Grope ~ FEEL
A26. 1980 Super Bowl team ~ LARAMS
A28. Historical time ~ ERA
A29. "Jellied" British dish ~ EEL
A29. Berlin maidens ~ FRAULEINS
A30. Mudhole ~ STY
A34. Naked ___ jaybird ~ ASA
A31. Evoke a smile ~ AMUSE
A37. Legislative act that imposes punishment without a trial ~ BILLOFATTAINDER
A32. Married woman ~ MATRON
A41. Little troublemaker ~ IMP
A35. Arcade machine ~ BILLCHANGER
A42. Example of excellence ~ SHOWPIECE
A38. Paltry ~ SLIGHT
A43. Cry loudly ~ SOB
A39. Family member ~ NIECE
A46. Part of a tied tie ~ LOOP
A42. Downed dinner ~ ATE
A47. Cotton menace ~ BOLLWEEVIL
A45. Assay specimen ~ ORE
A52. Expensively elegant ~ POSH
A46. Shade of pink ~ SALMON
A56. What a lumberjack holds ~ AXHANDLE
A47. Cotton-picking pest ~ BOLLWEEVIL
A57. River of oblivion ~ LETHE
A51. Further ~ AND
A58. Tilt ~ LEAN
A52. Something a thief might take ~ ALIAS
A59. 1988 Kevin Costner movie ~ BULLDURHAM
A53. Ready to engage ~ ONALERT
A62. Pioneering computer game ~ MYST
A56. Send a quick message to ~ TEXT
A63. Important parts of dairy cows ~ UDDERS
A57. Period of investor confidence ~ BULLMARKET
A64. "Green Acres" star Gabor ~ EVA
A60. Clean up, in a way ~ EDIT
A65. Nays' opposites ~ YEAS
A61. Rock that runs ~ LAVA
A66. "Brace yourself!" ~ GETSET
A62. Court reporter ~ STENO
A67. ___ and Stimpy (cartoon duo) ~ REN
A63. Burned up ~ SORE
D1. Three-dimensional ~ CUBIC
A64. Comics cry ~ YEOW
D2. To any degree ~ ATALL
A65. Presidential nickname ~ TEDDY
D3. Shepherdess in Virgil's "Eclogues" ~ DELIA
D1. Prefix for goblin ~ HOB
D4. Dweeb ~ NERD
D2. Supersonic, to percussion ~ ANAGRAM
D5. "___ Got the World on a String" ~ IVE
D3. Terrier treat ~ BELLYRUB
D6. Army bed ~ COT
D4. "Deck the Halls" syllables ~ LALA
D7. Small knob ~ KNURL
D5. Full-spectrum ~ ATOZ
D8. Become a member ~ ENROL
D6. Kind of checking account ~ NOFEE
D9. Delaware tribe ~ LENAPE
D7. Dance move ~ TWIRL
D10. Himalayan mountain guide ~ SHERPA
D8. Title for Anthony Hopkins ~ SIR
D11. Chart again ~ REMAP
D9. Small buzzer ~ BEE
D12. Instant ~ TRICE
D10. "Innocent" author ~ TUROW
D13. Fall bloom ~ ASTER
D11. Some auto engines ~ VSIXES
D18. Within the rules ~ LAWFUL
D12. Declare ~ ASSERT
D22. German "the" ~ DER
D13. For formals ~ DRESSY
D24. Steak or ground round ~ BEEF
D18. Minor misstatements ~ FIBS
D25. Inventor Howe ~ ELIAS
D21. Sandwich filler ~ BOLOGNA
D27. Jeff Lynne's rock grp. ~ ELO
D22. St. with a panhandle ~ FLA
D29. J. Edgar Hoover's org. ~ FBI
D24. Allowed to reach ~ LETAT
D30. Place for a basketball net ~ RIM
D25. Fork-tailed flier ~ TERN
D31. Mont Blanc, e.g. ~ ALP
D27. Sale disclaimer ~ ASIS
D32. To the ___ degree ~ NTH
D28. Chills out ~ MELLOWS
D33. Popular vodka, informally ~ STOLI
D32. John D. MacDonald sleuth ~ MCGEE
D34. Ending with Gator or orange ~ ADE
D33. "That feels great!" ~ AHH
D35. Instant ~ SEC
D34. Creator of Oscar and Felix ~ NEIL
D36. "Where ___ you?" ~ ARE
D36. Former capital of Italy ~ LIRE
D38. Base truant ~ AWOL
D37. Commented ~ REMARKED
D39. Wall Street event: Abbr. ~ IPO
D40. Battle it out ~ CONTEND
D40. RCA dog ~ NIPPER
D41. Maze objective ~ END
D43. Biases ~ SLANTS
D42. Drops off ~ ABATES
D44. Hold the rights to ~ OWN
D43. City on Lake Erie ~ TOLEDO
D45. Nighttime biter ~ BEDBUG
D44. Panacea ~ ELIXIR
D47. Touched in the head ~ BALMY
D46. Sudden impact ~ SLAM
D48. Common daisy ~ OXEYE
D48. Mocha alternative ~ LATTE
D49. ___ apso (dog) ~ LHASA
D49. Saab competitor ~ VOLVO
D50. Get away from ~ ELUDE
D50. Wedding acquisition ~ INLAW
D51. African terrain ~ VELDT
D54. Bringing up the rear ~ LAST
D53. "None of the above" ~ OTHER
D55. "Alphabet Suite" artist ~ ERTE
D54. Use a razor ~ SHAVE
D57. Phileas Fogg emulator ~ BLY
D55. One with big biceps ~ HEMAN
D58. Its cap. is Abu Dhabi ~ UAE
D57. Insatiable desire ~ LUST
D59. Canine classification ~ TOY
D60. "___ Misérables" ~ LES
D61. Rap's Dr. ___ ~ DRE

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