Comparison for nys2005-08-11

  • Title: "GROUCHY" (AUGUST 27, 2002)
  • Author: By Dr. Peter Dart
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  • Title: Body Language, 8/11/05 (Thursday)
  • Author: by Paula Gamache and Victor Fleming / Edited by Peter Gordon (puzzleeditor@nysun.com)
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A1. Herringlike fish ~ SHAD
A1. Muscle cars reintroduced in 2004 ~ GTOS
A5. Sir _____ Guinness ~ ALEC
A5. More than just feuding ~ ATWAR
A9. Glass medicine container ~ AMPUL
A10. Industry big shot ~ CZAR
A14. Floor covering, for short ~ LINO
A14. Strawberry soda brand ~ NEHI
A15. 1916 art sensation ~ DADA
A15. What you might take on a trip ~ PHOTO
A16. Claude of "Casablanca" ~ RAINS
A16. Really get to ~ RILE
A17. They run only when broken ~ EGGS
A17. Word with rock and salt ~ ACID
A18. Fees ~ DUES
A18. ___ Novo (Benin's capital) ~ PORTO
A19. Said of a fraidy cat ~ TIMID
A19. School that Shelley attended ~ ETON
A20. First part of a Groucho Marx comment ~ WHOEVERNAMEDIT
A20. Start of a quip by Groucho Marx ~ WHOEVERNAMEDIT
A23. Fish lacking pelvic fins ~ EEL
A23. Sheepish utterance ~ BAA
A24. Savings letters ~ IRA
A24. "Bye!" ~ CIAO
A25. Scandinavian ~ NORSE
A25. Queen in a Shelley poem ~ MAB
A26. Like water from a well ~ DRAWN
A28. Attends without an invitation ~ CRASHES
A28. Floor level ~ STORY
A31. Sunblock abbr. ~ SPF
A30. Peacock network ~ NBC
A34. What a rough cut might cause ~ SCAR
A33. Carrey's Ventura ~ ACE
A36. Driver's number ~ ONE
A35. Film "Contessa" ~ AVA
A37. Bumpkin ~ YAHOO
A36. Portico, especially in Greece ~ STOA
A39. Middle of the quip ~ NECKINGWASAPOOR
A37. Groucho continues ~ NECKINGWASAPOOR
A43. Hematologist's study ~ BLOOD
A42. Medicinal plant ~ ALOE
A44. Four-stringed instrument, for short ~ UKE
A43. A couple thousand pounds ~ TON
A45. Hightail it ~ BOLT
A44. _____ Lanka ~ SRI
A46. Keister ~ CAN
A45. Allen or Curry ~ TIM
A47. Extra ~ TOSPARE
A46. The stuff records are made of ~ VINYL
A51. Meng-___ (Chinese sage) ~ TSE
A48. Bring into law ~ ENACT
A52. Organization whose members are at least halfway toward becoming centenarians ~ AARP
A52. TV pioneer, John Logie _____ ~ BAIRD
A53. Sci-fi figures ~ ETS
A54. Poetic twilight ~ EEN
A55. End of the quip ~ JUDGEOFANATOMY
A56. Good golf score ~ PAR
A62. Ahi, e.g. ~ TUNA
A57. Groucho's punch line ~ JUDGEOFANATOMY
A63. Mario's video game brother ~ LUIGI
A60. Helen Gurley Brown's vehicle, for short ~ COSMO
A64. Mutt on the comics page ~ ODIE
A61. Bergman in "Casablanca" ~ LUND
A65. Fragment ~ SNIP
A62. Pub potables ~ ALES
A66. Swagger ~ STRUT
A63. Up and about ~ ASTIR
A67. 1970 hit by the Kinks ~ LOLA
A64. Highest male singing voice ~ ALTO
A68. Etta of old comics ~ KETT
A65. Solidify ~ CLOT
A69. Part of the SAT ~ ESSAY
A66. Screen and stress, for two ~ TESTS
A70. Exasperates ~ IRKS
A67. Snail-paced ~ SLOW
D1. Munch like a mouse ~ GNAW
A68. Coin action, for starters ~ TOSS
D2. Boston ___ (MIT, once) ~ TECH
D1. Turned sharply ~ SLEWED
D3. River of Cairo ~ OHIO
D2. More expensive ~ HIGHER
D4. Phrase on a platter label ~ SIDEB
D3. Luanda's land ~ ANGOLA
D5. Act in, as a TV show ~ APPEARON
D4. Medicate ~ DOSE
D6. God with a belt of strength ~ THOR
D5. Snake in the grass, perhaps ~ ADDER
D7. Threadbare ~ WORN
D6. Ms. Bush and Ms. Dern ~ LAURAS
D8. Connect ~ ATTACH
D7. Biblical paradise ~ EDEN
D9. Lease cosigner, informally ~ ROOMIE
D8. Legendary lover ~ CASANOVA
D10. Doctrine ~ CREDO
D9. Through street ~ ARTERY
D11. Tubes in a bowl ~ ZITI
D10. Upstairs staff ~ MAIDS
D12. Many times ~ ALOT
D11. Olive stuffer ~ PIMIENTO
D13. Kevin's "Footloose" character ~ REN
D12. Squad car ~ UNIT
D21. Wet/dry ___ (shop accessory) ~ VAC
D13. Start of a bad trip? ~ LSD
D22. Course that requires no brain strain ~ EASYA
D21. "Vini, Vidi, _____" ~ VINCI
D25. Keith Olbermann's network ~ MSNBC
D22. Entangling quagmire ~ MORASS
D26. Amtrak train with braking problems ~ ACELA
D27. "Finnegans _____" (Joyce) ~ WAKE
D27. Pancetta, e.g. ~ BACON
D29. Mountain lion's color ~ TAWNY
D29. Golden Globe winner Lee ~ ANG
D31. Shout of disapproval ~ BOO
D30. Clinch ~ SEWUP
D32. Word with bumper or muscle ~ CAR
D31. "Ask away!" ~ SHOOT
D34. Undivided ~ ENTIRE
D32. Places for dips ~ POOLS
D36. Brief drive ~ SPIN
D33. Specialty ~ FORTE
D37. Turner or Cole ~ NAT
D35. "King Kong" studio ~ RKO
D38. Lilly or Whitney ~ ELI
D38. P.D. broadcast ~ APB
D39. Catches fire ~ COMBUSTS
D40. Conference pin-on ~ IDTAG
D40. Venetian transports ~ GONDOLAS
D41. Letters before an alias ~ AKA
D41. Gladiator's site ~ ARENA
D42. 12-stepper's prayer request ~ SERENITY
D46. Exertions of force ~ VIGORS
D48. End of a warning ~ ORELSE
D47. Crude shelter ~ LEANTO
D49. Teakettle parts ~ SPOUTS
D49. Historic NY theater ~ APOLLO
D50. Letter two before iota ~ ETA
D50. Mini parts ~ CAMEOS
D52. Adjust to the environment ~ ADAPT
D51. Romantic meetings ~ TRYSTS
D54. Grey Goose rival, for short ~ STOLI
D53. Ticket word ~ ADMIT
D55. 6, before a slash ~ JUNE
D55. Provide financial backing ~ ENDOW
D56. Complex dwelling ~ UNIT
D57. "Feliz Navidad" singer Feliciano ~ JOSE
D57. Cone bearers ~ FIRS
D58. Like Kubrick's Metal Jacket ~ FULL
D58. Fuego fighter ~ AGUA
D59. Diplomacy ~ TACT
D59. Memory trigger, at times ~ ODOR
D60. Curiosity victim ~ CAT
D60. Draw out ~ MILK

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