Comparison for nyt1996-03-11

  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, October 20, 1992
  • Author: Wayne Hall-Eastman
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, March 11, 1996
  • Author: R. Zimmerman
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Guru ~ SAGE
A1. Bed support ~ SLAT
A5. Adequate ~ SOSO
A5. Race prelim ~ HEAT
A9. Hedda Gabler's creator ~ IBSEN
A9. Austere ~ STARK
A14. Occasional, in Edinburgh ~ ORRA
A14. Story ~ TALE
A15. Baby seals ~ PUPS
A15. Cooking pot ~ OLLA
A16. Statement of faith ~ CREDO
A16. Golfer Palmer, to his pals ~ ARNIE
A17. Cordelia's father ~ LEAR
A17. Author unknown, for short ~ ANON
A18. On the main ~ ASEA
A18. Money for a poor box ~ ALMS
A19. Weird ~ EERIE
A19. Actress Jessica or Hope ~ LANGE
A20. This may lead to a Ewing score ~ FASTBREAK
A20. Basketball tactic ~ FASTBREAK
A22. Confusion of voices ~ BABEL
A22. "Let's Make___" ~ ADEAL
A23. Starts for Athenians ~ ALPHAS
A23. Goes angling ~ FISHES
A24. Life-jacket material ~ KAPOK
A24. Identical ~ SAME
A26. Arid ~ SERE
A26. Action word ~ VERB
A28. Makes an effort ~ EXERTS
A29. Longtime convicts ~ LIFERS
A32. ___-ski ~ APRES
A33. Like some vegetables ~ LEAFY
A36. "Cogito, ___ sum" ~ ERGO
A37. Parched ~ ARID
A38. Anatomical passages ~ VASA
A39. On the main ~ ASEA
A39. Furnish ~ PROVIDE
A40. "Figaro" song ~ ARIA
A41. Messy; disheveled ~ UNKEMPT
A41. Rocket stage ~ AGENA
A43. "___ Like It Hot" ~ SOME
A42. Type style: Abbr. ~ ITAL
A44. European vacationland ~ ALPS
A43. Actress Anderson ~ LONI
A46. Herb for liqueurs ~ ANISE
A44. Not one red___ ~ CENT
A47. Unspoiled ~ EDENIC
A45. Hang loosely ~ DRAPE
A49. A.B.A. member ~ ATTY
A46. Of the stars ~ ASTRAL
A51. Staff of life ~ BREAD
A48. Dog in Oz ~ TOTO
A53. Baseballer Tim ___ ~ RAINES
A50. Faithful ~ TRUE
A58. "It's a Wonderful Life" director ~ CAPRA
A52. Where les enfants learn ~ ECOLES
A61. A.M. repast ~ BREAKFAST
A57. Measure of petrol ~ LITRE
A63. Foreign ~ ALIEN
A60. Morning mea' ~ BREAKFAST
A64. "Casino Royale" role: 1967 ~ BOND
A63. French spa ~ EVIAN
A65. Olfactory organ ~ NOSE
A64. Forbids ~ BANS
A66. Hawaiian porch ~ LANAI
A65. Speechless ~ MUTE
A67. "___ I built a railroad . . . " ~ ONCE
A66. Henry or Jane of film ~ FONDA
A68. It may be good or bad ~ OMEN
A67. View from Buffalo ~ ERIE
A69. Plumbers' foes ~ LEAKS
A68. "Pretty Maids All in___" ~ AROW
A70. ___ off (irate) ~ TEED
A69. Classic Kilmer poem ~ TREES
A71. Containers in Cumbria ~ TINS
A70. Fathers ~ DADS
D1. Sing a scale ~ SOLFA
A71. Gets some quick Z's ~ NAPS
D2. Pertaining to space ~ AREAL
D1. Flagpole ~ STAFF
D3. Comprehend ~ GRASP
D2. Hawaiian veranda ~ LANAI
D4. Blue planet ~ EARTH
D3. At___for words ~ ALOSS
D5. Few and far between ~ SPARSE
D4. Decimal portion ~ TENTH
D6. River in Yorkshire ~ OUSE
D5. Raspy-sounding ~ HOARSE
D7. Tom Foley, e.g. ~ SPEAKER
D6. Mademoiselle ~ ELLE
D8. Second city of Japan ~ OSAKA
D7. ___mater ~ ALMA
D9. Insulated chest ~ ICEBOX
D8. Chores ~ TASKS
D10. Show a zero balance ~ BREAKEVEN
D9. Sandwich meat ~ SALAMI
D11. Croat's neighbor ~ SERB
D10. Product exhibition ~ TRADEFAIR
D12. Sedgwick or Adams ~ EDIE
D11. William III's successor ~ ANNE
D13. Season to be jolly ~ NOEL
D12. Latvia's capital ~ RIGA
D21. Siepi and Hines ~ BASSI
D13. Boat's bottom ~ KEEL
D25. Drudge ~ PEON
D21. Flock ~ BEVY
D27. Stagger ~ REEL
D25. Actor Alan ~ ALDA
D29. Branches ~ RAMI
D27. Storm ~ RAGE
D30. Cooking amts. ~ TSPS
D28. Presidential aide Scowcroft ~ BRENT
D31. Fill ~ SATE
D30. "Como___usted?" ~ ESTA
D32. Part of a basilica ~ APSE
D31. Harvest ~ REAP
D33. Goad ~ PROD
D32. Shoppers' thrill ~ SALE
D34. The Eternal City ~ ROME
D33. Song syllables ~ LALA
D35. "Never give a sucker an ___" ~ EVENBREAK
D34. Greek love god ~ EROS
D37. Sudden burst of wind ~ GUST
D35. "That___hay!" ~ AINT
D40. A freshwater fish ~ DACE
D36. Market principle ~ FAIRTRADE
D42. Inuit canoe ~ KAYAK
D38. "___the valley of Death..." ~ INTO
D45. Work-crew boss ~ PADRONE
D41. Rights org. ~ ACLU
D48. Rafsanjani and Bani-Sadr ~ IRANIS
D45. Pier ~ DOCK
D50. Swapped ~ TRADED
D47. Sports venues ~ ARENAS
D52. Monastery's main man ~ ABBOT
D49. Razzes ~ TEASES
D54. "___ for You," Dylan song ~ IFNOT
D51. Waned ~ EBBED
D55. Ruth's mother-in-law ~ NAOMI
D53. Paine's "The Rights___" ~ OFMAN
D56. German iron and steel city ~ ESSEN
D54. 1944 Tierney title role ~ LAURA
D57. British guns ~ STENS
D55. Impede legally ~ ESTOP
D58. Dial ~ CALL
D56. Mulligans ~ STEWS
D59. Seed wings: Bot. ~ ALAE
D57. Remaining ~ LEFT
D60. ___ colada ~ PINA
D58. Actor Novello ~ IVOR
D62. Suffix with infer ~ ENCE
D59. Prong ~ TINE

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