Comparison for nyt1990-12-08

  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, September 22, 1990
  • Author: Nancy Joline
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, December 8, 1990
  • Author: Nancy Joline
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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A1. "M*A*S*H" role ~ RADAR
A1. Madagascar mammal ~ LEMUR
A6. "___ moi le déluge" ~ APRES
A6. Roman version of Demeter ~ CERES
A11. Deep well used in Mayan rites ~ CENOTE
A11. Capital of Mozambique ~ MAPUTO
A12. Teed off ~ STEAMED
A12. Compound used in plastics ~ POLYMER
A14. N.H. lake or town ~ SUNAPEE
A14. Lampoons ~ SATIRES
A15. Actress Valerie from Galveston ~ PERRINE
A15. Bread of Colonial America ~ ANADAMA
A16. Aspirant to a throne ~ PRETENDER
A16. Fraud ~ TRICKSTER
A18. Pertaining to ecological series ~ SERAL
A18. Dahomey, now ~ BENIN
A19. Pain: Comb. form ~ ALGO
A19. Frost ~ RIME
A20. Vanish ~ EVAPORATE
A20. Vanish ~ EVAPORATE
A22. Abounds ~ TEEMS
A22. Upright ~ ONEND
A24. Israel's Moshe ~ DAYAN
A24. Burghoff role ~ RADAR
A25. Actor Danson ~ TED
A25. Kind of shirt ~ TEE
A26. Whirlpools ~ EDDIES
A26. "The___ Over, " 1956 song ~ PARTYS
A28. Envoys ~ LEGATES
A28. Nullifies ~ NEGATES
A30. Retinue ~ ENTOURAGE
A30. Recount ~ ENUMERATE
A32. Mosaic tile ~ TESSERA
A32. Predicaments ~ SCRAPES
A34. Hero of Trafalgar ~ NELSON
A34. Byron or Horatio ~ NELSON
A38. " . . . affright the ___ at Agincourt?" Shak. ~ AIR
A38. Dep. ~ STA
A39. Coalesce ~ UNITE
A39. Michener novel ~ SPACE
A41. Former Pacific defense org. ~ SEATO
A41. Name in farm implements ~ DEERE
A42. Chasms ~ CREVASSES
A42. Values intermediate between light and dark ~ HALFTONES
A44. The slammer ~ STIR
A44. ___ infra (see below) ~ VIDE
A45. A language of Sri Lanka ~ TAMIL
A45. "Casta diva," e.g. ~ ARIA
A46. Social exclusion ~ OSTRACISM
A46. Bridled ~ RESTRAINED
A49. Bulldog follower ~ EDITION
A49. Certain cuts of lamb or veal ~ RIBLETS
A51. Balzac and namesakes ~ HONORES
A51. Alarm clocks ~ ROUSERS
A52. Execrates ~ DETESTS
A52. Israeli parliament ~ KNESSET
A53. Leaps, like many a lover ~ ELOPES
A53. Islamic chieftains ~ AMEERS
A54. Book size between quarto and octavo ~ SEXTO
A54. Von Stroheim film: 1923 ~ GREED
A55. Lacoste and Lévesque ~ RENES
A55. Courts ~ YARDS
D1. Made a boo-boo at bridge ~ RENEGED
D1. Reformation martyr Hugh ___ ~ LATIMER
D2. Minute examinations ~ ANATOMIES
D2. Focal point, as of a quake ~ EPICENTER
D3. "The Gentleman Is a ___," 1947 song ~ DOPE
D3. Gloom ~ MURK
D4. Egyptian solar deity ~ ATEN
D4. Ouray's people ~ UTES
D5. Covered with thatch ~ REEDED
D5. List ~ ROSTER
D6. Corroded ~ ATE
D6. Pro's opposite ~ CON
D7. Illustrious people ~ PERSONAGES
D7. Added details ~ ELABORATED
D8. " . . . ___ gifts than gold": Brooke ~ RARER
D8. "Toilers of the Sea" painter ~ RYDER
D9. State under an Islamic prince ~ EMIRATE
D9. Arise ~ EMANATE
D10. Thesmothetes' milieus ~ SENATES
D10. Shem's descendants ~ SEMITES
D11. Played a game on ice ~ CURLED
D11. Boat basin ~ MARINA
D12. Device for an arborist ~ SPRAYER
D12. Drum majorette, e.g. ~ PARADER
D13. Canceled ~ DELED
D13. Rajah's wife ~ RANEE
D14. Sudden outpouring ~ SPATE
D14. ltem for Figaro ~ STROP
D17. Weighs ~ EVALUATES
D17. Fades away ~ EVANESCES
D21. "___ Love Song," Esther Williams film ~ PAGAN
D21. Polytheist or allotheist ~ PAGAN
D23. Libertine ~ SENSUALIST
D23. Hereditary ruler ~ DYNAST
D27. British machine carbines ~ STENS
D27. Maintained ~ SUPPORTED
D29. Lippershey's 1608 creation ~ TELESCOPE
D29. Broadcast, in a way ~ TELEVISED
D31. "Nymph, in thy ___/Be all my sins remember'd": Shak. ~ ORISONS
D31. Most shabby ~ MEANEST
D32. Harangues ~ TIRADES
D32. "Then nightly sings the ___ owl": Shak. ~ STARING
D33. Religious hermit ~ EREMITE
D33. Quality ~ CALIBER
D35. Lampoons ~ SATIRES
D35. Certain fishermen ~ SEINERS
D36. Inventor Elisha and patriot James ~ OTISES
D36. Ukases ~ ORDERS
D37. Standards ~ NORMS
D37. " . . . to each according to his ___": Marx ~ NEEDS
D38. Emulated John Lithgow ~ ACTED
D38. Dogfish or hammerhead ~ SHARK
D40. Biblical heroine ~ ESTHER
D40. Animal that has wandered off ~ ESTRAY
D43. Shrub of the verbena family ~ VITEX
D43. Kind of face or front ~ FALSE
D47. Kind of model ~ ROLE
D47. "Arrivederci, ___" ~ ROMA
D48. Soon ~ ANON
D48. Heifetz's teacher ~ AUER
D50. Ear: Comb. form ~ OTO
D50. Naples-to-Salerno dir. ~ ESE

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