Comparison for nys2009-02-19

  • Title: IT'S AN HONOR TO BE NOMINATED ... AGAIN, 2/19/09 (Thursday)
  • Author: by John Farmer / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. Top 10 hit for Neil Sedaka ~ OHCAROL
A8. Modern radio show format ~ PODCAST
A15. Showcase ~ FEATURE
A16. Payment to an author, perhaps ~ ROYALTY
A17. 1961 and 1986 Oscar-nominated role for Paul Newman (only five times has the same actor been nominated for the same role in two films) ~ FASTEDDIEFELSON
A19. TV reporters Burnett and Moriarty ~ ERINS
A20. Square dancer in a skirt ~ GAL
A21. Close to land? ~ SCAPE
A22. Bilge ~ ROT
A23. Jake ~ LEGIT
A25. Company in "The Insider" ~ CBS
A26. 1944 and 1945 Oscar-nominated role for Bing Crosby ~ FATHEROMALLEY
A31. Combover alternative ~ RUG
A32. Sushi delicacy ~ ROE
A33. 1964 and 1968 Oscar-nominated role for Peter O'Toole ~ KINGHENRYII
A38. Saying "no-hitter" during one, supposedly ~ JINX
A40. Wander yonder? ~ STRAY
A41. Sirius alternative ~ AMFM
A44. Hornet's nest ~ ADO
A45. Sch. with a beaver mascot ~ MIT
A46. "___ de' Tolomei" (Donizetti opera) ~ PIA
A47. 1972 and 1974 Oscar-nominated role for Al Pacino ~ MICHAELCORLEONE
A54. "You Are Love" composer ~ KERN
A55. Organs often used in charades ~ EARS
A56. 1998 and 2007 Oscar-nominated role for Cate Blanchett ~ QUEENELIZABETHI
A63. Avon calling? ~ BARD
A64. Wisdom tooth, e.g. ~ MOLAR
A65. Poise ~ COOL
A66. Therapy appt. ~ SESS
A67. They're used to make zabaglione ~ YOLKS
A68. Part of "ST:DS9" ~ TREK
D1. Volunteer ~ OFFER
D2. Consider ~ HEAROF
D3. Southwestern bungalow ~ CASITA
D4. Mail letters? ~ ATTN
D5. Morgue et Madeleine, e.g. ~ RUES
D6. Glen ___ (single-malt Scotch whisky) ~ ORD
D7. Bookkeeping book ~ LEDGER
D8. Undercard fight, for short ~ PRELIM
D9. Sound elicited by a body blow ~ OOF
D10. Doesn't show one's true colors? ~ DYES
D11. Prereq for many physics classes ~ CALC
D12. Former province of France ~ ALSACE
D13. Visit ~ STOPBY
D14. Placekicker Lawrence whose 47-yard overtime field goal sent the Giants to Super Bowl XLII ~ TYNES
D18. Globe plotter ~ IAGO
D23. No Nonsense rival ~ LEGGS
D24. Drag one's heels ~ TARRY
D27. Corny balls ~ TRIX
D28. Goth foe of long ago ~ HUN
D29. Charles portrayer ~ LOY
D30. Baby born in "Revenge of the Sith" ~ LEIA
D33. Brass rings, maybe ~ KNOCKERS
D34. Webmasters master it ~ HTML
D35. Browns head coach Mangini ~ ERIC
D36. Jaap de Hoop Scheffer is its secretary general ~ NATO
D37. Fake ~ IMPOSTOR
D38. Hoops stuff ~ JAM
D39. 1971 coup leader against Milton ~ IDI
D42. It's worth half a sawbuck ~ FIN
D43. Fannie in the news ~ MAE
D48. Follows ~ HEEDS
D49. Heir to the throne of Thule, in the comics ~ ARN
D50. Opponent ~ ENEMY
D51. Patooties ~ REARS
D52. It might be chocolate-coated ~ LAB
D53. Like Java man ~ ERECT
D56. Bootleg runners, for short ~ QBS
D57. OPEC member since 1967 ~ UAE
D58. Jakes ~ LOO
D59. Malevolent ~ ILL
D60. Drummer Starkey ~ ZAK
D61. It might help you work through a rough patch ~ HOE
D62. Persuasion ~ ILK

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