Comparison for nyt1995-03-28

  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, January 10, 1963
  • Author: Roberta Morse
  • Editor: Margaret Farrar
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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, March 28, 1995
  • Author: Christopher Page
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Unbend ~ THAW
A1. Overfill ~ SATE
A5. Musical character ~ CLEF
A5. Attorney _____ ~ ATLAW
A9. Speech, in Spain ~ HABLA
A10. Gulf of Aden vessel ~ DHOW
A14. Hindu spring festival ~ HOLI
A14. Don of talk radio ~ IMUS
A15. Financial pessimist ~ BEAR
A15. Dade County city ~ MIAMI
A16. Stayed home for dinner ~ ATEIN
A16. Appian Way terminus ~ ROME
A17. About one pound, in North Africa ~ ROTL
A17. Trivial pests? ~ NITS
A18. Surfeit ~ SATE
A18. Jockey Cordero ~ ANGEL
A19. Cut of meat ~ SHANK
A19. Normandy river or department ~ ORNE
A20. Florida city ~ OCALA
A20. Superlative suffix ~ EST
A22. Part of the U.S ~ DEEPSOUTH
A21. Diminutive suffix ~ ETTE
A24. Night bird ~ WHIPPOORWILL
A22. Nikita's successor ~ LEONID
A26. Frank ~ OPEN
A24. Nocturnal bird with an onomatopoeic name ~ WHIPPOORWILL
A27. Adjective suffix ~ INE
A27. Cottonseed product ~ OIL
A28. Theatrical streak ~ HAM
A28. "Like wow!" ~ AWESOME
A31. Shooting match, modern style ~ HOTWAR
A32. Swedish toast ~ SKAL
A34. Leather ~ ELK
A35. State of India ~ ASSAM
A35. Valenciennes ~ LACE
A37. Baseball's Brock ~ LOU
A36. "Yet you balanced ___ on the end of your nose . . . " ~ ANEEL
A38. "Mikado" refrain ~ WILLOWTITWILLOW
A37. Inhabitant of Belgium: Abbr. ~ WAL
A42. Coach Parseghian ~ ARA
A38. Italian staple ~ PASTA
A43. Mythical weeper ~ NIOBE
A39. Confectioner ~ ICER
A44. Salary ~ WAGE
A40. German pronoun ~ WIR
A45. Arcade game ~ PINBALL
A41. Og's domain ~ BASHAN
A47. "Tea for _____" (1925 hit) ~ TWO
A42. Went first ~ LED
A49. Chimera ~ WILLOTHEWISP
A43. Dance in France ~ BAL
A55. Visit to the Serengeti ~ SAFARI
A44. NaCl ~ SALT
A58. Trim ~ PARE
A45. Ignis fatuus ~ WILLOTHEWISP
A59. _____ es Salaam ~ DAR
A50. Syrian, for example ~ LEVANTINE
A60. All-comers' tournament ~ OPEN
A53. Cowboy ~ RIDER
A61. Cordial flavor ~ ANISE
A54. Last word ~ OMEGA
A63. Skirt style ~ MINI
A55. European capital ~ WIEN
A64. Carpal or physical beginning ~ META
A57. Football term ~ LINE
A65. Skate's cousin ~ MANTA
A58. Gunpowder ingredient ~ NITER
A66. _____-Rooter ~ ROTO
A59. Ranch unit ~ ACRE
A67. Returnees from Reno, maybe ~ EXES
A60. Unfrequented ~ LONE
A68. Keanu Reeves thriller ~ SPEED
A61. Radiance ~ GLORY
A69. Lead ~ STAR
A62. Zephyr's realm. ~ WEST
D1. Resilient strength ~ SINEW
A63. First name in St. Louis. ~ STAN
D2. Lancaster County group ~ AMISH
D1. Light wrap ~ THROW
D3. _____-frutti ~ TUTTI
D2. Word from Prohibition days ~ HOOCH
D4. Road twist ~ ESS
D3. Mongolian mountain range ~ ALTAI
D5. Explosive compound ~ AMATOL
D4. Strong-mindedness ~ WILLPOWER
D6. Deep red Spanish wine ~ TINTO
D5. A network ~ CBS
D7. Pilsner ~ LAGER
D6. Lure ~ LEADON
D8. Soul: Fr. ~ AME
D7. Mr. or Mrs. Sprat ~ EATER
D9. Violent squall in the near-polar regions ~ WILLIWAW
D8. Doctrine opposed to determinism ~ FREEWILL
D10. Slobbers ~ DROOLS
D9. "Rhubarb" ~ HASSLE
D11. _____ of plenty ~ HORN
D10. Town in Massachusetts ~ ATHOL
D12. Atlanta arena, with "The" ~ OMNI
D11. Escort ~ BEAU
D13. Pull dandelions, e.g. ~ WEED
D12. Fluff ~ LINT
D21. Prefix with center ~ EPI
D13. Sacred Egyptian symbol ~ ANKH
D23. Fragrant resin ~ ELEMI
D21. Horrify ~ APPAL
D25. Pre-election product ~ POLL
D23. Color of a spoonbill ~ PINK
D26. Fritter away ~ WASTE
D25. Poetic contraction ~ OER
D29. _____ podrida ~ OLLA
D28. Mishmash ~ HASH
D30. Synthesizer ~ MOOG
D29. Legal term ~ ACTA
D31. 30's chess champ Max ~ EUWE
D30. Have in mind ~ MEAN
D32. Trade ~ SWAP
D31. Salutation ~ HAIL
D33. Dame _____ Te Kanawa ~ KIRI
D32. As soon as ~ ONCE
D34. Paton of "Cry, the Beloved Country" fame ~ ALAN
D33. Golf term, with "up" ~ TEED
D35. Bikini, e.g. ~ ATOLL
D34. Projection of a sort ~ EAR
D36. Bro. or sis. ~ SIB
D35. Relatives of testaments ~ LASTWILLS
D39. Walking _____ (elated) ~ ONAIR
D37. Violent gust of wind in the Rockies ~ WILLIWAW
D40. John of the Boston Pops ~ WILLIAMS
D38. Not so tan ~ PALER
D41. Former Polish city ~ LWOW
D40. First name in poetry ~ WALT
D46. Masters, in Africa ~ BWANAS
D41. Disdainful exclamation ~ BAH
D47. Filament ~ THREAD
D43. Double ~ BINARY
D48. Small ~ WEE
D44. Controls ~ STEERS
D50. Suppose ~ OPINE
D45. Procedure at Churchill Downs ~ WAGER
D51. Savor ~ TASTE
D46. Safely stored away ~ ONICE
D52. _____ savant ~ IDIOT
D47. Dostoevski's Prince Myshkin ~ IDIOT
D53. Sleigh driver ~ SANTA
D48. Plant of the pea family ~ SENNA
D54. Before, with "to" ~ PRIOR
D49. Make sleek ~ PREEN
D55. A few ~ SOME
D50. Attenuated ~ LONG
D56. Top ~ APEX
D51. Man's name meaning "industrious" ~ EMIL
D57. Gala ~ FETE
D52. Prohibition ~ VETO
D62. Forty winks ~ NAP
D56. Kind of fabric ~ NET
D63. _____ Butterworth ~ MRS

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