Comparison for nys2008-12-15

  • Title: TABLE TALK, 12/15/08 (Monday)
  • Author: by Jim Hyres / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Baltimore ___ (bouncing hit to the infield) ~ CHOP
A5. Razz ~ TEASE
A10. Sound heard before a spittoon pings ~ PTUI
A14. Hawaii's most populous island ~ OAHU
A15. Weather chart data ~ HIGHS
A16. Take a break ~ REST
A17. Smooth-tongued ~ GLIB
A18. Everglades wader ~ EGRET
A19. Cashbox compartment contents ~ ONES
A20. Do a household chore ~ FOLDTHELAUNDRY
A23. Incensed ~ IRATE
A24. Sault ___ Marie, Michigan ~ STE
A25. Astronaut's milieu ~ SPACE
A28. They're meant to be broken, it's said ~ RECORDS
A32. Phone service add-on ~ CALLWAITING
A36. Filming location ~ LOT
A37. Big-band singer Anita ~ ODAY
A38. Friendship ~ AMITY
A39. Neighbor of Illinois ~ IOWA
A40. Youngest player to be inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame ~ ORR
A41. Protest loudly ~ RAISEASTINK
A43. Teapot contents? ~ TEMPEST
A45. Taut ~ TENSE
A46. Dernier ___ (latest fashion) ~ CRI
A47. Certain group of females ~ HAREM
A50. Sitcom about the Bunkers ~ ALLINTHEFAMILY
A56. Cape of ___ Hope ~ GOOD
A57. Former home run king ~ AARON
A58. Menageries ~ ZOOS
A60. Paella base ~ RICE
A61. Office worker ~ CLERK
A62. "Jagged ___" (1985 Glenn Close movie) ~ EDGE
A63. Queries ~ ASKS
A64. Hydrant attachments ~ HOSES
A65. Word with window or box ~ SEAT
D1. Gear tooth ~ COG
D2. Two quarters ~ HALF
D3. Neighbor of Indiana ~ OHIO
D4. Out in the open ~ PUBLICLY
D5. Fraternity letter ~ THETA
D6. Oxygen's atomic number ~ EIGHT
D7. Reach a consensus ~ AGREE
D8. "Don't Bump the Glump!" author Silverstein ~ SHEL
D9. "¿Cómo ___ usted?" ~ ESTA
D10. Quickly ~ PRONTO
D11. Cut of beef ~ TENDERLOIN
D12. Customer ~ USER
D13. Minuscule, informally ~ ITSY
D21. Made a sketch ~ DREW
D22. Homeland Security org. ~ USCG
D25. Go quickly ~ SCOOT
D26. San Diego ballplayer ~ PADRE
D27. It often rings in the morning ~ ALARMCLOCK
D28. "The ___ of Spring" (Stravinsky ballet) ~ RITE
D29. One-named New Age singer ~ ENYA
D30. Churchill ___ (setting of the Kentucky Derby) ~ DOWNS
D31. Monetary interest ~ STAKE
D33. Remote batteries, perhaps ~ AAAS
D34. Faux: Abbr. ~ IMIT
D35. Notes after las or word sung after "la la la la la la la la" ~ TIS
D39. Files a Schedule A, say ~ ITEMIZES
D41. Harness part ~ REIN
D42. Flower holder ~ STEM
D44. Lion groups ~ PRIDES
D47. "___ Johnny!" ~ HERES
D48. Prior to, archaically ~ AFORE
D49. Puts in order ~ RANKS
D50. Taj Mahal city ~ AGRA
D51. Mother of Chip, Dot, Ditto, and Trixie, in the comics ~ LOIS
D52. Dash gauge ~ TACH
D53. Angel topper ~ HALO
D54. Bonanza ~ LODE
D55. Eastern discipline ~ YOGA
D59. Filming location ~ SET

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