Comparison for nys2008-11-10

  • Title: Season Tickets, 11/10/08 (Monday)
  • Author: by Jeremy Horwitz / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Mister, in Munich ~ HERR
A5. Easy thing to hit the broadside of ~ BARN
A9. Lake by the Ponderosa Ranch ~ TAHOE
A14. Burn balm ~ ALOE
A15. "Yes, that's clear" ~ ISEE
A16. Elliptical shapes ~ OVALS
A17. Be a gadabout ~ ROAM
A18. Name in Al Hirschfeld drawings ~ NINA
A19. French hat ~ BERET
A20. 2000 Liev Schreiber film ~ SPRINGFORWARD
A23. Literature Nobelist Hermann ~ HESSE
A24. And so on: Abbr. ~ ETC
A25. Lisbon-to-London dir. ~ NNE
A28. 1987 Mark Harmon film ~ SUMMERSCHOOL
A33. "Monty Python's Flying Circus" network ~ BBC
A36. "... is ___ itself": FDR ~ FEAR
A37. Desert haven ~ OASIS
A38. Pitchers' stats ~ ERAS
A40. Flip one's lid ~ GOAPE
A43. Lucy : Lucille :: Ricky : ___ ~ DESI
A44. Undue speed ~ HASTE
A46. Crime scene barrier ~ TAPE
A48. Salon selection ~ DYE
A49. 1978 Ingrid Bergman film ~ AUTUMNSONATA
A53. Genetic messenger ~ RNA
A54. TV network formerly known as Pax ~ ION
A55. Video counterpart ~ AUDIO
A59. 2004 Zooey Deschanel film ~ WINTERPASSING
A64. Synfuel source ~ SHALE
A66. One who observes ~ EYER
A67. Sightseeing trip ~ TOUR
A68. Enter, as computer data ~ KEYIN
A69. Vehemence ~ ZEAL
A70. Carmela Soprano portrayer Falco ~ EDIE
A71. Admirable quality ~ ASSET
A72. "Put a tiger in your tank" sloganeer ~ ESSO
A73. Basketball team owned in part by Jay-Z ~ NETS
D1. Acerbic ~ HARSH
D2. Bond on the run ~ ELOPE
D3. Simba's sounds ~ ROARS
D4. Negligent ~ REMISS
D5. Bob's costar in the "Road" pictures ~ BING
D6. "You wish," in Valspeak ~ ASIF
D7. '90s Attorney General ~ RENO
D8. "___, My God, to Thee" (supposed last song played on the sinking Titanic) ~ NEARER
D9. Basic ingredient? ~ TOBACCO
D10. Claim ~ AVER
D11. Stubborn ~ HARDNOSED
D12. Spanish shout of support ~ OLE
D13. Abbr. before 1895 on the "Cheers" bar sign ~ EST
D21. Sept + deux ~ NEUF
D22. Growth chart figs. ~ WTS
D26. Like a bad cat burglar ~ NOISY
D27. Famous spokescow ~ ELSIE
D29. Ryan of "Sleepless in Seattle" ~ MEG
D30. He married him in 1930 ~ MAO
D31. Muse of love poetry ~ ERATO
D32. Ate ~ HAD
D33. Joy of "The View" ~ BEHAR
D34. Norelco rival ~ BRAUN
D35. Shipwreck survivors ~ CASTAWAYS
D39. "Search for Tomorrow" character Bergman ~ STU
D41. Skillet, for example ~ PAN
D42. Walter Peck's org. in "Ghostbusters" ~ EPA
D45. ___ domain (state's right to take private property for public use) ~ EMINENT
D47. Fraternity letters ~ ETAS
D50. "I'm ___ There" (2007 film based on Bob Dylan's life) ~ NOT
D51. "Gesundheit" elicitor ~ SNEEZE
D52. "Pride and Prejudice" novelist ~ AUSTEN
D56. The D of LED ~ DIODE
D57. Language whose name means "people" ~ INUIT
D58. Shrek and Princess Fiona, e.g. ~ OGRES
D60. U.S. and French Open winner Nastase ~ ILIE
D61. Saloon selections ~ RYES
D62. Pod contents ~ PEAS
D63. Singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
D64. Relative of reggae ~ SKA
D65. "___ Loose" ("Young Frankenstein" song) ~ HES

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