Comparison for nys2008-12-01

  • Title: FIVE OF TWELVE, 12/1/08 (Monday)
  • Author: by Tony Orbach / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Vittles ~ CHOW
A5. Third of a yard ~ FOOT
A9. "Remembrance of Things ___" (Marcel Proust novel) ~ PAST
A13. Ring of the Lord? ~ HALO
A14. Leaf pile creator ~ RAKE
A15. Thug ~ BRUTE
A16. Jakarta's country ~ INDONESIA
A18. Lawful ~ LEGAL
A19. Word on a public bathroom door ~ LADIES
A20. Cerulean ~ AZURE
A21. British rule of India ~ RAJ
A24. Many yearbook signers: Abbr. ~ SRS
A25. Beddy-bye clothes ~ PJS
A27. Fuel additive on the NASCAR circuit ~ STP
A28. Tennis great Andre ~ AGASSI
A30. Boor ~ LOUT
A31. "___-La-La" (song from "An American in Paris") ~ TRA
A32. Lunatic ~ MANIAC
A33. Geologic time spans ~ EONS
A34. Allowing the sale of alcoholic beverages ~ WET
A35. Word in the Great Seal of the United States ~ UNUM
A36. Direction opposite WSW ~ ENE
A37. Certain turban wearer ~ SIKH
A38. Rugged rock projection ~ CRAG
A40. Vaccine shot spot ~ ARM
A42. Quiet time ~ LULL
A44. Opposite of neath ~ OER
A45. Gazetteer datum ~ AREA
A46. San Luis ___, California ~ OBISPO
A49. Rested in a hammock, e.g. ~ LAY
A50. Froyo chain ~ TCBY
A51. Lame excuse ~ COPOUT
A52. Early Nets great, familiarly ~ DRJ
A53. When "CSI" airs ~ THU
A54. Abbr. before an alias ~ AKA
A55. "30 Rock" network ~ NBC
A56. Pilfered ~ STOLE
A58. Ballerina's garment ~ TIGHTS
A61. Dressed to the ___ (decked out) ~ NINES
A62. One whose signature appears on U.S. paper money ~ TREASURER
A66. "___ we all?" ~ ARENT
A67. HUAC part ~ AMER
A68. Like Cialis takers ~ MALE
A69. Coin worth 100 centavos ~ PESO
A70. Cellar dweller's place in the standings ~ LAST
A71. "Jeepers!" ~ OHMY
D1. Penultimate Greek consonant ~ CHI
D2. Sci-fi character Solo ~ HAN
D3. Gray-headed ~ OLD
D4. Tweed, e.g. ~ WOOL
D5. 1946 Best Actor winner for "The Best Years of Our Lives" ~ FREDRICMARCH
D6. "All Around the World" band ~ OASIS
D7. Dust Bowl soul ~ OKIE
D8. Sixth of a fluid ounce ~ TEASPOON
D9. Country runner, familiarly ~ PREZ
D10. Pulitzer-winning "Fences" playwright ~ AUGUSTWILSON
D11. Its opening voice-over ended "to boldly go where no man has gone before" ~ STARTREK
D12. Wordless communicator ~ TELEPATH
D15. Good times ~ BLASTS
D17. ___ Coliseum (home of the Islanders) ~ NASSAU
D21. Zodiac creature ~ RAM
D22. Turkish general ~ AGA
D23. Betty Draper portrayer on "Mad Men" ~ JANUARYJONES
D26. "Lost in Space" actress ~ JUNELOCKHART
D29. Belt one out ~ SING
D30. Baltimore Orioles player who led the A.L. in RBIs in 1976 ~ LEEMAY
D37. Dress undergarment ~ SLIP
D38. You might turn up the heat during one ~ COLDSNAP
D39. Bicycle part near the derailleur ~ REARTIRE
D41. Debate counterargument ~ REBUTTAL
D43. WWII subs ~ UBOATS
D45. Swear (to) ~ ATTEST
D47. Watering hole ~ PUB
D48. Available without an Rx ~ OTC
D54. Baseball's Tommie and others ~ AGEES
D57. Comedian who wrote "If Roast Beef Could Fly" ~ LENO
D59. "Garfield" waitress ~ IRMA
D60. Sport with wrestlers called rikishi ~ SUMO
D63. Shout from the bleachers ~ RAH
D64. Tree in which a bark beetle might nest ~ ELM
D65. "The Bridge of San Luis ___" ~ REY

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