Comparison for nys2008-11-27

  • Title: STUFFING THE BIRD, 11/27/08 (Thursday)
  • Author: by Peter A. Collins / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Baseball's "Big Hurt" ~ THOMAS
A6. Puts down ~ LANDS
A10. Pitches while facing a base runner, e.g. ~ BALKS
A14. Construct ~ ERECT
A15. Agenda unit ~ ITEM
A16. "Hustle & ___" (2005 film) ~ FLOW
A17. His honorary Oscar aptly weighed 8 1/2 pounds (like all Oscars) ~ FEDERICOFELLINI
A20. Added at no extra charge ~ TOSSEDIN
A21. Fall collection? ~ LEAVES
A22. With 41-Across, wipes brand ~ WET
A23. Out-of-___ (some tourists) ~ STATERS
A24. Burned brightly ~ BLAZED
A28. Farmer, in Dutch ~ BOER
A29. Put on ~ AIRED
A30. "The man who invented casual," according to Bing Crosby ~ PERRYCOMO
A35. Tap-in, e.g. ~ GIMME
A36. Hole that's often filled ~ CAVITY
A37. In the company of ~ AMONG
A38. Top sellers ~ TOYSTORES
A40. "Confessions of Zeno" novelist Svevo ~ ITALO
A41. See 22-Across ~ ONES
A42. Slept unlike a baby? ~ SNORED
A43. Los Angeles suburb that borders Temple City and Baldwin Park ~ ELMONTE
A47. 1981 Julie Andrews film ~ SOB
A48. Farm machine ~ REAPER
A49. Went downhill fast, in a way ~ SLALOMED
A54. Potsdam Declaration recipient ~ EMPERORHIROHITO
A56. Moved ~ SOLD
A57. Irish novelist O'Flaherty ~ LIAM
A58. Coming up ~ ONTAP
A59. Prepares to play ~ TUNES
A60. Fat ~ PORKY
A61. Varied ~ MOTLEY
D1. Insurance category ~ THEFT
D2. The Nabisco logo is imprinted on it ~ OREO
D3. Some are OTC ~ MEDS
D4. Klondike foundation starters ~ ACES
D5. Spread (about) ~ STREWED
D6. Lawful ~ LICIT
D7. Ottawa Senators defenseman Volchenkov ~ ANTON
D8. Modern-day ducky? ~ DEF
D9. Place of refinement ~ SMELTERY
D10. Lowest black key on a piano ~ BFLAT
D11. Still in it ~ ALIVE
D12. Person who's likely to go solo ~ LONER
D13. Sneaker brand ~ KSWISS
D18. Fingered, for short ~ IDED
D19. Harvard proponent of higher education? ~ LEARY
D23. Does a washday job ~ SORTS
D24. Give up, slangily ~ BAGIT
D25. It can be a stretch ~ LIMO
D26. Slew ~ ARMY
D27. Zsa Zsa's big pair? ~ ZEES
D28. Herds of birds ~ BEVIES
D30. French city, in song ~ PAREE
D31. Cicero contemporary ~ CATO
D32. Karl's role in "Patton" ~ OMAR
D33. Beauty spot ~ MOLE
D34. 2007 Norman Mailer book subtitled "An Uncommon Conversation" ~ ONGOD
D36. PC user's shortcut for printing ~ CONTROLP
D39. Printer insert ~ TONER
D40. Flowering ~ INBLOOM
D42. Take off ~ SOAR
D43. 1974 hit song that starts "Como una promesa" ~ ERESTU
D44. Globetrotter of note ~ LEMON
D45. Bowling lane wood ~ MAPLE
D46. Newspaper opinion pieces ~ OPEDS
D47. Disgustingly dishonest ~ SLIMY
D49. Jet fighter ~ SHARK
D50. Speedskater who won the fourth season of "Dancing With the Stars" ~ OHNO
D51. It can catch heat ~ MITT
D52. List-ending abbr. ~ ETAL
D53. White house occupant? ~ DOPEY
D55. Orinoco, por ejemplo ~ RIO

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