Comparison for nys2009-02-20

  • Title: OSCAR-WINNING ROLES, 2/20/09 (Friday)
  • Author: by Jeremy Horwitz / Edited by Peter Gordon (xwords@optonline.net)
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A1. With 69-Across, Oscar-winning star of "Queen of the Night" in 1992's "The Bodyguard" ~ RACHEL
A7. It can be dominant ~ GENE
A11. Laurence Fishburne series ~ CSI
A14. One of the Andrews Sisters ~ MAXENE
A15. Fictional spy Rider ~ ALEX
A16. Bowman's implement ~ OAR
A17. Learned scholar ~ SAVANT
A18. See 4-Down ~ LAMP
A19. Unit replaced by the siemens ~ MHO
A20. Oscar-winning star of "Tropic Blunder: The True Story Behind the Making of the Most Expensive Fake True War Story Ever" in 2008's "Tropic Thunder" ~ TUGGSPEEDMAN
A23. 100 nanojoules ~ ERG
A26. Debtor bettor's letters ~ IOU
A27. Italian composer Antonio ~ SALIERI
A28. Slobodan Milosevic, e.g. ~ SERB
A30. 1969 film with Jack Palance as Fidel Castro ~ CHE
A32. Fed ~ GMAN
A33. The Enforcer's boss ~ SCARFACE
A36. Tropical beach garment ~ SARONG
A38. Oscar-winning star of "A World for Two" in 1954's "A Star Is Born" ~ VICKILESTER
A40. Coca-Cola offering ~ FRESCA
A42. Congenial ~ PLEASANT
A45. Flat fee ~ RENT
A46. Ali-Frazier rematch locale: Abbr. ~ MSG
A47. House ~ STOW
A48. "Did it start without me?" ~ AMILATE
A51. Flu fighters: Abbr. ~ AMA
A54. It gets bigger when stroked or massaged ~ EGO
A55. Oscar-winning star of "To Serve and Protect" in 1997's "In & Out" ~ CAMERONDRAKE
A58. Lilting syllable ~ TRA
A59. Passionate about ~ INTO
A60. Sell off ~ DIVEST
A64. Jujuy is a prov. in it ~ ARG
A65. Bursting with excitement ~ AGOG
A66. Balletic opposite of en l'air ~ ATERRE
A67. Percolation solution ~ LYE
A68. Disrespect, maybe ~ SASS
A69. See 1-Across ~ MARRON
D1. Abbr. in a house ad ~ RMS
D2. It might give you a jump ~ AAA
D3. 23% of D ~ CXV
D4. With 18-Across, thing that might keep food warm ~ HEAT
D5. Feeling of world-weariness ~ ENNUI
D6. Release ~ LETGO
D7. Misses at a rodeo ~ GALS
D8. Pass ~ ELAPSE
D9. Site of Hercules's first labor ~ NEMEA
D10. Throw out ~ EXPEL
D11. Serve as a reminder of ~ COMMEMORATE
D12. Acutely arid ~ SAHARAN
D13. Decreasing? ~ IRONING
D21. Balenciaga parent company ~ GUCCI
D22. "... but I ___" ~ DIGRESS
D23. Staggered start? ~ ESS
D24. VCR button ~ REC
D25. Idol ~ GRAVENIMAGE
D29. Get angry and defensive ~ BRISTLE
D31. Chips in ~ HELPS
D34. TV monitor ~ FCC
D35. Blotter letters ~ AKA
D36. Dir. from Timbuktu to Ouagadougou ~ SSE
D37. ___ loss for words ~ ATA
D39. "Enigma Variations" composer ~ ELGAR
D40. Geometric term coined by Benoît Mandelbrot ~ FRACTAL
D41. Go back into the ring? ~ REMARRY
D43. Something to nip when it's nippy outside ~ NOG
D44. John Adams is on its back ~ TWO
D46. Brand of chewing gum ~ MENTOS
D49. Moises of "Hannah Montana" ~ ARIAS
D50. Where the pa'anga is spent ~ TONGA
D52. Cathouse cheese ~ MADAM
D53. Honshu seaport ~ AKITA
D56. Feet, in slang ~ DOGS
D57. At all ~ EVER
D61. Do the wrong thing ~ ERR
D62. Full house sign ~ SRO
D63. Perfect number? ~ TEN

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