Comparison for nyt1992-02-04

  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, March 12, 1981
  • Author: Mazarakes
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, February 4, 1992
  • Author: Tap Osborn
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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A1. Put on a play ~ STAGE
A1. Pear, in Peru ~ PERA
A6. Sloping passage ~ RAMP
A5. Full of cheer ~ GLAD
A10. Russian ruler: 879–912 ~ OLEG
A9. Frankie of singing fame ~ LAINE
A14. Cut off ~ SEVER
A14. Vitality ~ ELAN
A15. Humorous suffix ~ EROO
A15. Plane preceder ~ AERO
A16. News-gathering asset ~ NOSE
A16. Of a forearm bone ~ ULNAR
A17. Odets play: 1935 ~ WAITINGFORLEFTY
A17. Odets's 1935 stage hit ~ WAITINGFORLEFTY
A20. Con man ~ FAKER
A20. Baseball unit ~ INNING
A21. ___ a pin ~ NEATAS
A21. Court tie ~ DEUCE
A22. Intense state ~ HEAT
A22. Small anvil ~ TEEST
A24. Flightless bird of N.Z. ~ WEKA
A23. Great quantity ~ SCAD
A27. Osprey or European buzzard ~ GLEDE
A25. Slugger's stat. ~ RBI
A28. Burma's first prime minister ~ UNU
A28. Riverboat, briefly ~ STR
A29. Past, e.g. ~ TENSE
A29. Augmented ~ UPPED
A31. June bug ~ DOR
A31. Descendant ~ SCION
A32. Upright ~ HONEST
A33. La Scala's locale ~ MILAN
A36. Nixon Cabinet member ~ STANS
A34. Threadlike ~ FILOSE
A38. Knott play: 1966 ~ WAITUNTILDARK
A35. Frederick Knott stage thriller ~ WAITUNTILDARK
A42. Setting in "The Petrified Forest" ~ DINER
A38. Allah's his god ~ MOSLEM
A43. Mount ~ ASCEND
A39. River port east of Le Havre ~ ROUEN
A45. C.P.A.'s abbr. ~ AMT
A40. Distinguished ~ NOTED
A48. Word with maid or man ~ METER
A41. Asian badger ~ RATEL
A50. Actress Britt ~ MAY
A42. Botanist Gray ~ ASA
A51. French comic of yore ~ RAIMU
A45. Verse form ~ ODE
A53. Seattle ___ of racing fame ~ SLEW
A46. Part song ~ FALA
A55. ___ Straits, rock group ~ DIRE
A47. Of a platinum element ~ OSMIC
A56. History ~ ANNALS
A49. Mountain ash ~ ROWAN
A58. Kind of terrier ~ CAIRN
A52. Eventually ~ INTIME
A60. Beckett play: 1952 ~ WAITINGFORGODOT
A53. Beckett's stage classic ~ WAITINGFORGODOT
A65. Pulitzer Prize novelist: 1958 ~ AGEE
A57. One of the Fords ~ EDSEL
A66. "Das Rheingold," e.g. ~ OPER
A58. "Lohengrin" heroine ~ ELSA
A67. Month before febrero ~ ENERO
A59. Wife of Burt R. ~ LONI
A68. "Poor Richard" playwright: 1964 ~ KERR
A60. Dessert wine ~ TOKAY
A69. Fleming hero ~ BOND
A61. Great long-distance runner ~ RYUN
A70. Great English actress: 1848–1928 ~ TERRY
A62. Power source: Abbr. ~ ELEC
D1. N.Y.C.–D.C. direction ~ SSW
D1. Lapwings ~ PEWITS
D2. "___ and Sympathy," 1953 hit ~ TEA
D2. Small hawk ~ ELANET
D3. Ornis ~ AVIFAUNA
D3. Luise of filmdom ~ RAINER
D4. Reach ~ GETAT
D4. The opposition ~ ANTIS
D5. Composer Satie ~ ERIK
D5. Unholy group ~ GANG
D6. Misgiving ~ REGRET
D6. ___ it (walk) ~ LEG
D7. Sound in "Annie" ~ ARF
D7. Word of welcome to Annie ~ ARF
D8. Cow's call ~ MOO
D8. Gismo ~ DOODAD
D9. Smut, for short ~ PORN
D9. She's back in town ~ LULU
D10. "Love Story" actor ~ ONEAL
D10. Waugh or Templeton ~ ALEC
D11. Hit the ball upward ~ LOFTED
D11. Subpar ~ INFERIOR
D12. New Mexico, to a Mexican ~ ESTADO
D12. ___ King Cole ~ NAT
D13. Yellowstone feature ~ GEYSER
D13. Ending for quack or fool ~ ERY
D18. "___ Girl in Town," 1957 musical ~ NEW
D18. Sensed ~ INTUITED
D19. Tales of Camelot ~ LEGENDS
D19. Type of tape ~ RED
D22. "Come again?" ~ HUH
D23. Bridge ~ SPAN
D23. Adequate, once ~ ENOW
D24. In the middle ~ CENTRAL
D25. European falcon ~ KESTREL
D26. Thicket ~ BOSK
D26. ___-Saloon League ~ ANTI
D27. Suffix with serpent ~ INE
D30. Large room or hall ~ SALA
D30. Prized thing ~ PLUM
D33. Leif ___, former news commentator ~ EID
D31. Indirect ~ SIDELONG
D34. Sources of excitement ~ STIMULI
D32. Close-knit group ~ CLAN
D35. Musical-comedy item ~ TUNE
D33. Marathon unit ~ MILE
D37. Botanical pouch ~ SAC
D34. Air shaft ~ FLUE
D39. Knicks' rivals ~ NETS
D35. Pipe material ~ WOOD
D40. Mnemonic device ~ REMINDER
D36. Star on a page ~ ASTERISK
D41. Knot in wood ~ KNAR
D37. Smidgen ~ IOTA
D44. Eosin, e.g. ~ DYE
D38. L-P connection ~ MNO
D45. Colombian Indian ~ ARAWAK
D41. Tex. policeman ~ RANGER
D46. Emulate Earl Weaver ~ MANAGE
D42. Photo-development chemical ~ AMIDOL
D47. More minute ~ TINIER
D43. Nina ___, jazz singer ~ SIMONE
D49. Best-known performance ~ RECORD
D44. Vinegary ~ ACETIC
D52. Etonian's parent ~ MATER
D46. Summer cooler ~ FAN
D54. "___ Games," 1969 play ~ WAR
D48. Roman robe ~ STOLE
D55. Pilotless plane ~ DRONE
D50. New Zealand's Great Barrier Island ~ OTEA
D57. Hoity-toity person ~ SNOB
D51. Guileful ~ WILY
D59. "___ Around," 1964 song ~ IGET
D52. Esfahan's land ~ IRAN
D61. Postmaster's post: Abbr. ~ GPO
D53. Drenched ~ WET
D62. Marsh ~ FEN
D54. Commotion ~ ADO
D63. He put on a show for hockey fans ~ ORR
D55. Tent part ~ FLY
D64. Trifle ~ TOY
D56. Big Ten mem. ~ OSU

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