Comparison for nys2008-11-20

  • Title: THREE-RING CIRCUS, 11/20/08 (Thursday)
  • Author: by Patrick Blindauer and Frank Longo / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. "Yan Can Cook" cooker ~ WOK
A4. He gets a lot of praise ~ ALLAH
A9. L'Oréal spokeswoman MacDowell ~ ANDIE
A14. Frank's wife between Nancy and Mia ~ AVA
A15. Christmas card word ~ PEACE
A16. Storrs school, familiarly ~ UCONN
A17. Ring #1 ~ FIREEATER
A19. "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" Oscar winner ~ DONAT
A20. Collectively ~ ENMASSE
A21. One who sets the tempo ~ MAESTRO
A23. Word before guard or end ~ REAR
A24. "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" author ___-Dominique Bauby ~ JEAN
A25. He worked with Cuba in 1996 ~ TOM
A26. 1987 Wimbledon winner ~ PATCASH
A30. POTUS #41 ~ GHWB
A31. Narc's find ~ PCP
A34. Dickens girl ~ NELL
A35. Al Green's "___-La-La" ~ SHA
A36. Slant in print ~ EDITORIALSTANCE
A42. Part of a healthy lifestyle ~ EXERCISEREGIMEN
A43. Partner of 22-Down ~ OOH
A44. Bump on a branch ~ NODE
A45. That, in Tijuana ~ ESO
A46. Rosacea is a form of it ~ ACNE
A48. Superlatively soft, as a cookie ~ GOOIEST
A51. Casual turndown ~ NAH
A52. "___ to Hold" (1943 movie musical) ~ HERS
A53. "Cleans like a white tornado" product ~ AJAX
A57. Verizon Wireless competitor ~ TMOBILE
A59. Slip ~ MISTAKE
A62. Slater of "Ruthless People" ~ HELEN
A63. Ring #3 ~ LIONTAMER
A65. Build ~ ERECT
A66. Smelly smoke ~ STOGY
A67. Band often heard on the XM station Top Tracks ~ ELO
A68. Snorkeling gear ~ MASKS
A69. Elizabethan earl ~ ESSEX
A70. Smooth jazz feature ~ SAX
D1. Mass consumption? ~ WAFER
D2. Like a bellwether ~ OVINE
D3. Fate ~ KARMA
D4. Jungle creatures ~ APES
D5. Good spots for gamboling ~ LEAS
D6. Missing the boat, say ~ LATE
D7. One in a suit ~ ACE
D8. Talaria wearer ~ HERMES
D9. "The Age of Anxiety" poet ~ AUDEN
D10. Mil. personnel ~ NCOS
D11. Comment from a modest hero ~ DONTTHANME
D12. Back to back ~ INAROW
D13. Lay to rest ~ ENTOMB
D18. Geer's role in "Winchester '73" ~ EARP
D22. Partner of 43-Across ~ AAH
D24. Red hot chili peppers ~ JALAENOS
D27. Slightly ~ ANOCH
D28. "Somebody's Knockin'" singer Gibbs ~ TERI
D29. Awards for billboards ~ CLIS
D30. Part of an old United Nations name ~ GHAI
D31. Governor before Gray ~ PEE
D32. 80th prime Roman numeral ~ CDX
D33. Classifies ~ PIEONHOLES
D35. Play places ~ STGES
D37. Severe spasm ~ TROE
D38. Writer Jones who's now known as Amiri Baraka ~ LROI
D39. Nobel, for example ~ SEDE
D40. Continental Congress leaders? ~ CES
D41. Hungarian-born cosmetician Laszlo ~ ENO
D46. "La Marseillaise," e.g. ~ ANTHEM
D47. Cell part, often ~ CAMERA
D48. It may make your hair stand on end ~ GEL
D49. Unspecified alternative ~ ORELSE
D50. Splitting syllables ~ TATA
D52. Suggests ~ HINTS
D54. Two-time NBA All-Star Game MVP ~ JAMES
D55. Wolf in "The Jungle Book" ~ AKELA
D56. Company that encourages copying ~ XEROX
D58. Single-named alt-rock artist ~ BECK
D59. Stock exchanges? ~ MOOS
D60. Ballplayer Brandon who struck out to end the 2006 World Series ~ INGE
D61. Band with the 1981 #1 album "Paradise Theater" ~ STYX
D64. Antepenultimate word in the opening sketch of "Saturday Night Live" ~ ITS

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