Comparison for nys2009-02-02

  • Title: CROSS SECTIONS, 2/2/09 (Monday)
  • Author: by Lee Glickstein / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Sticks a knife into ~ STABS
A6. Passing mark ~ DPLUS
A11. Baseball team execs ~ GMS
A14. When doubled, a city in Washington ~ WALLA
A15. Letters for Old MacDonald ~ EIEIO
A16. Granola bit ~ OAT
A17. Established principle ~ AXIOM
A18. Knowledgeable person ~ MAVEN
A19. Crater Lake's state: Abbr. ~ ORE
A20. 1988 comedy with Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin ~ BIGBUSINESS
A22. Fizzle out ~ DIE
A23. Bookie's client ~ BETTOR
A24. Without delay, briefly ~ ASAP
A25. Sweet bread spread ~ NUTELLA
A28. Struggle for breath ~ GASP
A30. "National Velvet" novelist Bagnold ~ ENID
A31. Convertible ~ SLEEPSOFA
A36. Outer circle of a wheel ~ RIM
A37. Monthly fashion magazine ~ INSTYLE
A39. Ice-T and Ice Cube's music ~ RAP
A40. WWI song by George M. Cohan ~ OVERTHERE
A42. Lid sore ~ STYE
A43. Drill, e.g. ~ TOOL
A44. Like some partners ~ SAMESEX
A47. Meadow mob ~ HERD
A49. Kind of statement in computer programming ~ IFTHEN
A51. Gardner of "Show Boat" ~ AVA
A52. College knowledge ~ LIBERALARTS
A57. Increase in strength, with "up" ~ REV
A58. Donald's first ex ~ IVANA
A59. Former "SNL" cast member Cheri ~ OTERI
A60. Season starter? ~ PRE
A61. "Thanks," to Thérèse ~ MERCI
A62. Gin mixer ~ TONIC
A63. Beanpole Olive ~ OYL
A64. City on the Ruhr ~ ESSEN
A65. Plait of hair ~ TRESS
D1. Q-tip, for example ~ SWAB
D2. Bus alternative ~ TAXI
D3. Sasha Baron Cohen title character on an HBO show ~ ALIG
D4. Splotched ~ BLOBBED
D5. English diarist Pepys ~ SAMUEL
D6. Small cup for coffee ~ DEMITASSE
D7. Roll player ~ PIANO
D8. Certain simple machine ~ LEVER
D9. One-eighties, in slang ~ UIES
D10. "My Three ___" ~ SONS
D11. They can take a joke ~ GOODSPORTS
D12. Santa ___ (1492 ship) ~ MARIA
D13. Soak in hot water ~ STEEP
D21. Where to play the Blues: Abbr. ~ STL
D24. Dumb cluck ~ ASS
D25. Emperor who died in 68 ~ NERO
D26. Harvard, for one: Abbr. ~ UNIV
D27. "Back to the Future" theme ~ TIMETRAVEL
D28. Shaving choice ~ GEL
D29. Man's relative ~ APE
D32. Mailbox item: Abbr. ~ LTR
D33. Result of reading the fine print, maybe ~ EYESTRAIN
D34. Warren's "Bonnie and Clyde" costar ~ FAYE
D35. Zenith ~ APEX
D37. Yamaguchi rival ~ ITO
D38. Montreal Canadiens' org. ~ NHL
D41. Serling of "The Twilight Zone" ~ ROD
D42. Barack Obama, once ~ SENATOR
D45. "Found it!" ~ AHA
D46. National League career home run king for more than 28 years ~ MELOTT
D47. Whistling member of the Marx Brothers ~ HARPO
D48. The E of EGBDF ~ EVERY
D49. Structural supports ~ IBARS
D50. Land's end? ~ FENCE
D52. Rickey flavor ~ LIME
D53. St. ___ (skin care brand) ~ IVES
D54. "Forbidden Games" director Clément ~ RENE
D55. Baseball Hall of Famer Speaker ~ TRIS
D56. Urges to attack, with "on" ~ SICS

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