Comparison for nys2009-02-17

  • Title: INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, 2/17/09 (Tuesday)
  • Author: by Jerzy Whitmore / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Derby drinks ~ JULEPS
A7. Mudguard, e.g. ~ FLAP
A11. Plasma alternative in TVs ~ LCD
A14. Not in secret ~ OPENLY
A15. Doneness designation ~ RARE
A16. Hollywood agent Emanuel whose brother Rahm is the White House chief of staff ~ ARI
A17. Goes on a bender ~ BINGES
A18. One who makes fancy invitations, maybe ~ ENGRAVER
A20. Incubation period ~ LATENCY
A22. Perfume spray ~ MIST
A23. Neighbor of Burkina Faso ~ MALI
A26. Title for some dignitaries ~ EXCELLENCY
A28. "Exodus" novelist ~ URIS
A29. Fastball meas. ~ MPH
A30. Corn quantity ~ EAR
A31. With 50-Across, investor's option ~ ROTH
A32. Animal pouch ~ SAC
A33. Punches up, as punch ~ SPIKES
A37. Disease generally vaccinated against with measles and rubella ~ MUMPS
A39. Bunion's locale ~ TOE
A41. Almost inadequate ~ SCANT
A42. Order from a bar regular, with "the" ~ USUAL
A43. Show that Al Franken wrote for, for short ~ SNL
A44. "Hardcore troubadour" Steve ~ EARLE
A45. Take it easy before a big day ~ RESTUP
A47. Tip for a penman ~ NIB
A49. Nürnberg negative ~ NEIN
A50. See 31-Across ~ IRA
A51. Prefix with skeleton ~ EXO
A52. "Eso ___" (1962 hit) ~ BESO
A53. Host of the 1980 Winter Olympics ~ LAKEPLACID
A57. Accident scene workers, briefly ~ EMTS
A58. Sultanate on the Arabian Sea ~ OMAN
A59. Mathematical minima and maxima ~ EXTREMA
A61. Deli meat ~ PASTRAMI
A63. Device for making grooves in wood ~ ROUTER
A67. Phoenix-to-Philly dir. ~ ENE
A68. Ersatz butter ~ OLEO
A69. Animal at una corrida ~ ELTORO
A70. Hoover or Roosevelt, e.g. ~ DAM
A71. State that borders eight others: Abbr. ~ TENN
A72. ATM panel ~ KEYPAD
D1. Word with snow or bank ~ JOB
D2. News agcy. owned by the Unification Church ~ UPI
D3. Hall of Fame quarterback Dawson ~ LEN
D4. Best Picture of 1996, with "The" ~ ENGLISHPATIENT
D5. Copped thing ~ PLEA
D6. "All ___ go!" ~ SYSTEMS
D7. Best Picture of 1971, with "The" ~ FRENCHCONNECTION
D8. Strong-legged Armstrong ~ LANCE
D9. Patterned socks ~ ARGYLES
D10. Part of rpm ~ PER
D11. "Alice" star ~ LAVIN
D12. Sheet music abbr. that indicates to get gradually louder ~ CRESC
D13. Like some jokes ~ DIRTY
D19. Best Picture of 1999 ~ AMERICANBEAUTY
D21. Poles on the equator, maybe? ~ EXPATS
D23. Heart problem ~ MURMUR
D24. Fire up ~ AROUSE
D25. Acid test material ~ LITMUS
D27. Minor memory mishap ~ LAPSE
D34. Contemporary of Moses ~ KAREEM
D35. Volunteer for military service ~ ENLIST
D36. Shorthand pros ~ STENOS
D38. Impolite drinking sound ~ SLURP
D40. Snake-oil salesman's offering ~ ELIXIR
D46. Sierra Nevada offering ~ PALEALE
D48. "10" star ~ BODEREK
D53. Ran like a gazelle ~ LOPED
D54. Viking rival ~ AMANA
D55. Casey in the Radio Hall of Fame ~ KASEM
D56. Members of a firing squad? ~ AXMEN
D60. Lawn wrecker ~ MOLE
D62. Decompose ~ ROT
D64. Peak ~ TOP
D65. Stat for Santana ~ ERA
D66. Pistol, in slang ~ ROD

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