Comparison for nyt1990-09-08

  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, April 29, 1981
  • Author: Michael J. Parris
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, September 8, 1990
  • Author: Jack Lechner
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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A1. Gels ~ SETS
A1. Places for some dumbbells ~ GYMS
A5. Fatted ___ ~ CALF
A5. Pair or set ~ CASE
A9. Charts ~ MAPS
A9. Slug or gab attachment ~ FEST
A13. Café au ___ ~ LAIT
A13. Lop the crop ~ REAP
A14. Ill-fated lover ~ ROMEO
A14. Libyan or Jordanian ~ ARAB
A15. Yellowish-brown color ~ ECRU
A15. Former South African leader ~ BOTHA
A16. Proceedings ~ ACTA
A16. Symbol of false friendship ~ IAGO
A17. Slip-up ~ ERROR
A17. ___ Deep, depression near Guam ~ NERO
A18. De ___ (too much): Fr. ~ TROP
A18. Slip ~ ERROR
A19. "The ___" (see 34 Across) ~ THIRTYNINESTEPS
A19. Film by 35 Across, with "The" ~ THIRTYNINESTEPS
A22. Pipe fittings ~ TEES
A22. Binge ~ TOOT
A23. Nothing ~ NIL
A23. Ess chaser ~ TEE
A24. Indian grain warehouses ~ GOLAS
A24. Author of "Play It as It Lays" ~ DIDION
A26. Forte of 34 Across ~ SUSPENSE
A27. Diverted a stream at its source ~ BEHEADED
A31. Heals ~ CURES
A32. Notion, in Nantes ~ IDEE
A32. Sun helmet ~ TOPI
A33. Of an Islamic mysticism ~ SUFIC
A33. Word with painting or cloth ~ OIL
A34. Boxer K.O.'d by Charles: 1951 ~ OMA
A34. Noted film director who died April 29, 1980 ~ ALFREDHITCHCOCK
A35. Film director born in 1899 ~ ALFREDHITCHCOCK
A38. S.F.C. or Cpl. ~ NCO
A39. Dolley Madison, ___ Payne ~ NEE
A39. Prefix for dollar ~ EURO
A40. Refrigerates ~ COOLS
A40. Palliates ~ EASES
A41. Locale ~ AREA
A41. Film of 1963 (see 34 Across) ~ THEBIRDS
A42. Collared ~ ARRESTED
A44. Ignites ~ FIRES
A44. Word following curtain or hell ~ RAISER
A45. Cuckoo ~ ANI
A46. All-purpose trk. ~ UTE
A46. Commanded ~ BADE
A47. "Watering holes" ~ BARS
A47. Film of 1938 (see 34 Across) ~ THELADYVANISHES
A48. Film by 35 Across ~ THELADYVANISHES
A55. Enthusiasm ~ ZEAL
A56. Roads scholars ~ HOBOS
A56. Newton or Singer ~ ISAAC
A57. Intentions ~ AIMS
A57. Decree ~ FIAT
A58. A Greek liqueur ~ OUZO
A58. You can call him Johnson ~ ARTE
A59. Thomas Gray specialty ~ ELEGY
A59. Giant petrel ~ NELLY
A60. U. of New Mexico athlete ~ LOBO
A60. Gumbo ~ OKRA
A61. Former capital of Japan ~ NARA
A61. Musical symbol ~ REST
A62. Uncanny ~ EERY
A62. ___ de Flandres (stoneware) ~ GRES
A63. Character actor Jack ___ ~ ELAM
A63. Depend ~ RELY
A64. Cicatrix ~ SCAR
D1. Narrow strip of wood ~ SLAT
D1. Spunk ~ GRIT
D2. Apiece ~ EACH
D2. Fab Four word ~ YEAH
D3. Small tree of the southern U.S. ~ TITI
D3. Epiphany trio ~ MAGI
D4. Shocker ~ STARTLER
D4. More jazzy ~ SPORTIER
D5. Prepares beef, in a way ~ CORNS
D5. Gorge ~ CANYON
D6. Town in Pakistan ~ AMRI
D6. "___ We All?": 1929 song ~ ARENT
D7. Ponce de ___ ~ LEON
D7. Calcutta covering ~ SARI
D8. Pertaining to legal debate ~ FORENSIC
D8. Black, to a bard ~ EBON
D9. Courage ~ METTLE
D9. " . . . and two ___" ~ FORTEA
D10. 160 square rods ~ ACRE
D10. To be, in Bourgogne ~ ETRE
D11. Stage convenience ~ PROP
D11. Emporium ~ SHOP
D12. Has dinner ~ SUPS
D12. Sea dogs ~ TARS
D14. Alfonso and Juan Carlos ~ REYES
D15. Implore ~ BESEECH
D20. Annoy ~ TEASE
D20. Also ~ TOO
D21. Small draft ~ SIP
D21. Moral principle ~ ETHIC
D24. Ravine ~ GULCH
D24. Moon goddess ~ DIANA
D25. "Was it friend ___ . . . ?": Rossetti ~ ORFOE
D25. Otiose one ~ IDLER
D26. Evenings in Evreux ~ SOIRS
D26. Postpone ~ DEFER
D27. As far as ~ UPTO
D27. Erect ~ BUILD
D28. Snare ~ NOOSE
D28. Newts ~ EFTS
D29. Certain throws in dice ~ SICES
D29. Wickets, e.g. ~ DOORS
D30. B.P.O.E. ~ ELKS
D30. Pat Sajak, for one ~ EMCEE
D31. Argot ~ CANT
D31. Capital of Senegal ~ DAKAR
D32. Sound in a horror film ~ THUD
D33. Jeff MacNelly comic strip ~ SHOE
D35. Mocking ~ DERIDING
D36. Rapture ~ ECSTASY
D36. Spyri heroine ~ HEIDI
D37. Adored, with "on" ~ DOTED
D37. Likes ~ CARESFOR
D38. Chests for ammunition ~ CAISSONS
D42. "L'Oiseau de Feu," e.g. ~ BALLET
D43. Funeral oration ~ EULOGY
D43. Words with jiffy or tizzy ~ INA
D44. Novel by Jay McInerney ~ RANSOM
D44. Whigmaleerie ~ FANCY
D45. Uris hero ~ ARI
D46. Idols ~ BAALS
D47. "La ___," Valens hit ~ BAMBA
D47. Michael Romanov, e.g.: Var. ~ TZAR
D48. Biblical word ~ THEE
D48. Partner of now ~ HERE
D49. Puncture ~ HOLE
D49. Hash-house sign ~ EATS
D50. Hair stylist Jose ~ EBER
D50. River in N. France ~ YSER
D51. Mythical beast ~ YALE
D51. Dell or Jerry ~ VALE
D52. Instrument popular in Shakespeare's day ~ VIOL
D52. B.S.A. outing ~ HIKE
D53. Blacklist-era Cong. committee ~ HUAC
D53. Mate of a countess ~ EARL
D54. Poet Pound ~ EZRA
D54. Abide ~ STAY
D55. Fly a glider ~ SOAR

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