Comparison for nys2002-04-25

  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, February 9, 1999
  • Author: Janet R. Bender
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: E-Males, 4/25/02 (Thursday)
  • Author: by Ogden Porter / Edited by Peter Gordon (puzzleeditor@nysun.com)
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A1. Does a standard dog trick ~ BEGS
A1. Rival of Helena ~ ESTEE
A5. Flock members ~ EWES
A6. Green of "Greg the Bunny" ~ SETH
A9. Actor Cary of "Twister" ~ ELWES
A10. Cribbage board accessories ~ PEGS
A14. To be, in Toulon ~ ETRE
A14. The Guess Who's "___ Eyes" ~ THESE
A15. Ernie's "Sesame Street" pal ~ BERT
A15. Scots Gaelic ~ ERSE
A16. ___-lance (pit viper) ~ FERDE
A16. Della's creator ~ ERLE
A17. Kind of instrument ~ REED
A17. 2000 World Series MVP ~ DEREKJETER
A18. The "B" of N.B. ~ BENE
A19. Spanish 101 word ~ ERES
A19. Nourishes ~ FEEDS
A20. Sun. talk ~ SER
A20. Country club employees ~ GREENSKEEPERS
A21. Scratch (out) ~ EKE
A23. Ink for une plume ~ ENCRE
A22. Singer Stefani and actress Verdon ~ GWENS
A24. Sulky state ~ PET
A23. Hasidic leaders ~ REBBES
A25. Lao-___ ~ TSE
A26. Goes over the limit ~ SPEEDS
A28. Originally named ~ NEE
A28. Alway ~ EER
A29. Coral formation ~ REEF
A29. Former Yankee Boyer ~ CLETE
A33. Long John Silver, e.g. ~ PEGLEG
A30. Correct ~ EMEND
A35. Ironed ~ EVENED
A33. Merlin, e.g. ~ SEER
A37. ___-majesté ~ LESE
A34. Tear ~ REND
A38. Col. Klink player on "Hogan's Heroes" ~ WERNERKLEMPERER
A38. Colonel Klink portrayer ~ WERNERKLEMPERER
A43. Certain util. ~ ELEC
A41. Upper hand ~ EDGE
A44. Channel swimmer Gertrude ~ EDERLE
A42. No. 2 ~ VEEP
A45. Remove the pits from ~ DESEED
A43. Actor Christopher ~ REEVE
A48. Capt. Hook's companion ~ SMEE
A44. "Dawson's Creek" network ~ THEWB
A49. Martians, e.g. ~ ETS
A46. Many MIT graduates ~ EES
A52. Glimpse ~ SEE
A47. Prevents ~ DETERS
A53. Animal doc ~ VET
A49. Use up ~ EXPEND
A55. Assail ~ BESET
A52. Sponge ~ LEECH
A57. Peppermint liqueur ~ CREMEDEMENTHE
A53. Adam's apple provider ~ EVE
A62. Hinder ~ DETER
A54. Shoe box letters ~ EEE
A64. Actress Campbell ~ NEVE
A56. Fashion magazine ~ ELLE
A65. "God shed His grace on ___" ~ THEE
A57. "If I Had a Hammer" singer ~ PETESEEGER
A66. News subject ~ EVENT
A61. Anon's partner ~ EVER
A67. Large number ~ SLEW
A62. ___'acte ~ ENTR
A68. Projector load ~ REEL
A63. Uncompromising ~ STERN
A69. Gives up ~ CEDES
A64. Slave ~ SERF
A70. They're seven positions after today's theme ~ ELLS
A65. Depilatory brand ~ NEET
A71. Scots Gaelic ~ ERSE
A66. River embankment ~ LEVEE
D1. "Murphy Brown" star ~ BERGEN
D1. JFK guesses ~ ETDS
D2. Timeless, to a poet ~ ETERNE
D2. Like organza ~ SHEER
D3. Where Zeus was worshiped ~ GREECE
D3. Pomme de ___ (potato, in French) ~ TERRE
D4. Passover meal ~ SEDER
D4. Nationality suffix ~ ESE
D5. Recedes ~ EBBS
D5. Cartoon cry ~ EEK
D6. Time span ~ WEEK
D6. Asks for, as advice ~ SEEKS
D7. Sea eagle ~ ERNE
D7. Romain de Tirtoff, familiarly ~ ERTE
D8. Brew ~ STEEP
D8. Ki ___ (legendary founder of Korea) ~ TSE
D9. Decadent ~ EFFETE
D9. White House beagle of the 1960s ~ HER
D10. Playboy's gaze ~ LEER
D10. Brooklyn Dodgers legend ~ PEEWEEREESE
D11. Hulk Hogan, for one ~ WRESTLER
D11. Was human? ~ ERRED
D12. Hall-of-Famer Roush ~ EDD
D12. Secluded valleys ~ GLENS
D13. His or her, in France ~ SES
D13. Congressional meeting: Abbr. ~ SESS
D21. Audacity ~ NERVE
D18. Give a Bronx cheer ~ JEER
D22. Energy ~ PEP
D22. Grok ~ GET
D26. Late ruler Mobotu ___ Seko ~ SESE
D24. "At Random" autobiographer ~ BENNETTCERF
D27. River through Bavaria ~ EGER
D25. "Venerable" English monk ~ BEDE
D30. Poetic contraction ~ EER
D26. Hypnologist's study ~ SLEEP
D31. Three-time speed skating gold medalist Karin ~ ENKE
D27. Make waves? ~ PERM
D32. Circus impresario Irvin and others ~ FELDS
D29. People person ~ CELEB
D34. Mirth ~ GLEE
D30. Romano cheese source ~ EWE
D35. Suffix with exist ~ ENCE
D31. Kind of school ~ MED
D36. Consider ~ DEEM
D32. Work unit ~ ERG
D38. Joins in holy matrimony ~ WEDS
D33. Depicts unfairly ~ SKEWS
D39. Gen. Robt. ___ ~ ELEE
D35. Poetic preposition ~ ERE
D40. Completely excised, in surgery ~ RESECTED
D36. One of the Rocky Mountain States: Abbr. ~ NEV
D41. G.I. chow in Desert Storm ~ MRE
D37. Dr. of rap ~ DRE
D42. Military academy freshman ~ PLEBE
D39. One who drives to a campsite, for short ~ RVER
D46. Turns inside out ~ EVERTS
D40. Trial run ~ PREP
D47. Rep. foe ~ DEM
D45. Laughing sound ~ HEH
D49. Book after Nehemiah ~ ESTHER
D46. Old flames ~ EXES
D50. Giggles ~ TEHEES
D47. Dig deep ~ DELVE
D51. TV's "Remington ___" ~ STEELE
D48. Certain fisherman ~ EELER
D54. High-strung ~ TENSE
D49. U.S. Open winner, 1975-78 ~ EVERT
D56. ___ nous ~ ENTRE
D50. Mideast desert ~ NEGEV
D58. Actress Russo ~ RENE
D51. Caterpillar competitor ~ DEERE
D59. Place for a farmer? ~ DELL
D52. Dregs ~ LEES
D60. Daredevil Knievel ~ EVEL
D53. Rock suffix ~ ETTE
D61. British stables ~ MEWS
D55. Sea bird ~ ERNE
D62. Jan. preceder ~ DEC
D57. Cross product ~ PEN
D63. Night before ~ EVE
D58. Ship heading ~ ENE

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