Comparison for nys2008-11-24

  • Title: DRESSING UP IN ENGLAND, 11/24/08 (Monday)
  • Author: by Mark Feldman / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Was an art school model ~ POSED
A6. Mention as an example ~ CITE
A10. Relaxing resorts ~ SPAS
A14. Opening musical bars, for short ~ INTRO
A15. Soon, to a poet ~ ANON
A16. Edge ~ CUSP
A17. Part of an English outfit ~ ETONJACKET
A19. Concerning ~ ASTO
A20. Take as one's own ~ COOPT
A21. To a certain extent ~ RATHER
A23. Shout that might follow "Look what the cat dragged in" ~ EEK
A25. Part of an English outfit ~ RUGBYSHIRT
A28. Didn't use, as a news story ~ SATON
A31. ___ Canals ~ SOO
A32. ESPN anchor Mayne ~ KENNY
A33. Minimum number required to transact business legally ~ QUORUM
A35. "QB VII" author Leon ~ URIS
A37. Part of an English outfit ~ NORFOLKCOAT
A41. Lee that "nobody doesn't like" ~ SARA
A42. "Aha!" ~ EUREKA
A45. Depart ~ LEAVE
A49. Psychic gift ~ ESP
A51. Like citizens' income, usually ~ TAXED
A52. Part of an English outfit ~ OXFORDSHOE
A55. In the past ~ AGO
A56. Revolt ~ UPRISE
A57. Logophile's love ~ WORDS
A60. Specimen container ~ VIAL
A61. Part of an English outfit ~ WINDSORTIE
A66. Lake by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ~ ERIE
A67. Sculptor Nadelman ~ ELIE
A68. Boot material ~ SUEDE
A69. Baseball team that changed its name during the McCarthy era ~ REDS
A70. Four trimesters ~ YEAR
A71. Text alternative ~ EMAIL
D1. Epitome of easiness ~ PIE
D2. Can. province ~ ONT
D3. Recordholder for assists in the NBA ~ STOCKTON
D4. Cube inventor Rubik ~ ERNO
D5. Martial arts studio ~ DOJO
D6. Desert plant ~ CACTUS
D7. It's not needed in e-publishing ~ INK
D8. Tic-tac-___ ~ TOE
D9. Way in ~ ENTRY
D10. Witheringly denounce ~ SCATHE
D11. Like some robberies ~ PUSHIN
D12. Toward the rear ~ ASTERN
D13. Casual yet stylish ~ SPORTY
D18. Mo. before May ~ APR
D22. Tries to get a date with ~ ASKSOUT
D23. Abbr. on a law firm's stationery ~ ESQ
D24. Condensed vapeur ~ EAU
D26. Hungarian stew ~ GOULASH
D27. Use defamation to block the confirmation of, as a Supreme Court nominee ~ BORK
D29. Guatemala gold ~ ORO
D30. Their babies are not yet weaned ~ NURSERS
D34. Advanced deg. for a playwright ~ MFA
D36. Puck-carrier's surface ~ ICE
D38. Metal deposits ~ ORES
D39. Amos Alonzo Stagg Award winner Parseghian ~ ARA
D40. Black gold ~ TEXASTEA
D43. See 50-Down ~ KEG
D44. Hoo-ha ~ ADO
D45. Shutter slat ~ LOUVER
D46. Run out, as a subscription ~ EXPIRE
D47. Scared ~ AFRAID
D48. Semisheer fabrics ~ VOILES
D50. With 43-Down, a potentially dangerous situation ~ POWDER
D53. "___ Defeats Truman" (11/3/48 Chicago Daily Tribune headline) ~ DEWEY
D54. Dawn goddess ~ EOS
D58. Water or Bowl preceder ~ ROSE
D59. Tom-tom, e.g. ~ DRUM
D62. Seine terrain ~ ILE
D63. Actress Vardalos ~ NIA
D64. Amin of Uganda ~ IDI
D65. Epitome of slipperiness ~ EEL

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