Comparison for nys2008-10-14

  • Title: Sword Swallowers, 10/14/08 (Tuesday)
  • Author: by Anthony J. Salvia / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Tons ~ SLEWS
A6. Distinct market segment ~ NICHE
A11. Winery container ~ VAT
A14. Knee-ankle connector ~ TIBIA
A15. Pined ~ ACHED
A16. Hoppy quaff ~ ALE
A17. Curaçao flavorers ~ ORANGEPEELS
A19. Shoot down ~ NIX
A20. Trick stick ~ WAND
A21. "The Treasure of the Sierra ___" ~ MADRE
A22. Elite alternative ~ PICA
A23. Celestial sphere ~ ORB
A25. Left on the plate ~ UNEATEN
A27. Quite suntanned ~ BROWNASABERRY
A32. Tyler of "The Strangers" ~ LIV
A33. Brenner Pass setting ~ ALPS
A34. Stocking stuffers, e.g. ~ GIFTS
A37. Page in a newspaper ~ OPED
A39. Soir's counterpart ~ MATIN
A42. "CSI" character Sidle ~ SARA
A43. One of two Yankees whose #8 has been retired ~ BERRA
A45. Kind of thermometer ~ ORAL
A47. Follower of Freud? ~ IAN
A48. She married George Bush in 1945 ~ BARBARAPIERCE
A52. Athletes with great endurance ~ IRONMEN
A54. Quirky ~ ODD
A55. Piece that starts a chess game on square a1 ~ ROOK
A56. To any extent ~ ATALL
A59. Doing ~ UPTO
A63. "Don't ___!" ~ ASK
A64. It merged with Socal in 1984 to form Chevron ~ GULFOILCORP
A66. Frequent result in tic-tac-toe ~ TIE
A67. Former "Saturday Night Live" player Cheri ~ OTERI
A68. Spine-chilling ~ EERIE
A69. Quarterback target ~ END
A70. Newbies ~ TYROS
A71. Classic theater name ~ ODEON
D1. Put in a hold ~ STOW
D2. Stale Italian bread? ~ LIRA
D3. Israeli foreign minister during the Six-Day War ~ EBAN
D4. Blind spot ~ WINDOW
D5. Lose tautness ~ SAG
D6. California city near San Pablo Bay ~ NAPA
D7. Offed ~ ICED
D8. Rosy-cheeked angel ~ CHERUB
D9. ___ Curtis (hair care brand) ~ HELENE
D10. McMahon and Sullivan ~ EDS
D11. Graydon Carter's magazine ~ VANITYFAIR
D12. Folk song restaurateur ~ ALICE
D13. Jaguar rival ~ TEXAN
D18. Preserve, as a dead body ~ EMBALM
D22. Where the Tour de France finishes ~ PARIS
D24. Genetic letters ~ RNA
D26. Work unit ~ ERG
D27. Hunk of Jell-O, e.g. ~ BLOB
D28. Ready to be harvested ~ RIPE
D29. Like flights in which passengers get bumped ~ OVERBOOKED
D30. Massage center ~ SPA
D31. Mary of "The Maltese Falcon" ~ ASTOR
D35. Mascot of the Tennessee Titans ~ TRAC
D36. Rational ~ SANE
D38. Had a beer, say ~ DRANK
D40. It can be rolled over ~ IRA
D41. Province of Italia ~ NAPOLI
D44. Give a gun to ~ ARM
D46. Pot head? ~ LID
D49. It's in the eye of the beholder ~ BEAUTY
D50. Cervid horn ~ ANTLER
D51. Brought out ~ EDUCED
D52. Steaming mad ~ IRATE
D53. Violinist's supply ~ ROSIN
D57. Do for former ballplayer Oscar Gamble ~ AFRO
D58. Comic strip title character whose last name is Flagston ~ LOIS
D60. Hole in a sweater? ~ PORE
D61. The Jonas Brothers, e.g. ~ TRIO
D62. Word with court or house ~ OPEN
D64. "How Stella ___ Her Groove Back" ~ GOT
D65. MGM lion ~ LEO

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