Comparison for nyt1998-04-30

  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, August 8, 1992
  • Author: Eileen Lexau
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, April 30, 1998
  • Author: Kelly Clark
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Sri Lankan grasslands ~ PATANAS
A1. "Hasta luego!" ~ TATA
A8. Catkins ~ AMENTS
A5. Like Mozart's flute ~ MAGIC
A14. Discharged matter ~ EXUDATE
A10. Elhi orgs. ~ PTAS
A15. Phil of TV ~ DONAHUE
A14. Riffraff ~ SCUM
A17. Kern musical: 1933 ~ ROBERTA
A15. College town near Bangor ~ ORONO
A18. Neon, e.g. ~ ELEMENT
A16. Mock words of enlightenment ~ AHSO
A19. Eisenhut is one ~ ALP
A17. Prefix with lateral ~ AMBI
A20. Be a dilettante ~ DABBLE
A18. Position ~ STAND
A22. Comment by Cratchit's boss ~ BAH
A19. Summer job seeker, often ~ TEEN
A23. Half a North African dish ~ COUS
A20. Don sackcloth and ashes ~ REPENT
A25. "On a ___ Day" ~ CLEAR
A22. Lunchbox alternative ~ PAPERBAG
A26. Nucha ~ NAPE
A24. Trojans' sch. ~ USC
A27. "___ girl!" ~ ITSA
A25. Porky's love ~ PETUNIA
A28. Ancient Hebrew measure ~ KOR
A26. Blvd. crossers ~ STS
A29. One who lessens ~ ABATER
A28. Mary Todd's love ~ ABE
A31. Caesar's 554 ~ DLIV
A30. Shakespearean suffix ~ EST
A32. Elliott, to Franklin D. ~ SON
A31. Big bang producer ~ TNT
A33. French aunts ~ TANTES
A34. It's dead, some say ~ CHIVALRY
A34. Greek letters ~ XIS
A37. Overly ~ TOOTOO
A36. Winter time in Helena ~ MST
A39. Penta- plus one ~ HEXA
A38. Turn right ~ GEE
A40. Last of a series ~ OMEGA
A39. Children ~ MINORS
A42. Coal site ~ VEIN
A42. Arab word for hill ~ TEL
A43. Gilligan's boat ~ MINNOW
A44. Very, to Pierre ~ TRES
A45. Run through ~ REHEARSE
A47. Greek markets ~ AGORAE
A47. Pedro might pan for it ~ ORO
A48. Guido's high note ~ ELA
A48. Clock-setting std. ~ GMT
A49. Actress Daly ~ TYNE
A50. Erie Lackawanna, e.g.: Abbr. ~ RWY
A50. Incipient alums. ~ SNRS
A51. Toady's response ~ YES
A51. German city ~ TRIER
A52. Publicist's handout ~ RELEASE
A53. Storm-hunting satellite ~ ESSA
A55. Two-time U.S. Open winner ~ ELS
A54. Fireplace projection ~ HOB
A57. Added to a recording ~ DUBBEDIN
A55. Unexpected gains: Br. slang ~ BUNCES
A59. "Hurray!" ~ IDIDIT
A57. Opacate ~ DIM
A62. Black-and-white treat ~ OREO
A58. Of Palaearctic deserts, etc. ~ EREMIAN
A63. Vastness ~ OCEAN
A61. Novelist France ~ ANATOLE
A65. Pro ___ ~ BONO
A63. Burst, as a seed pod ~ DEHISCE
A66. Govt. watchdog ~ OSHA
A64. Lawn seeder, e.g. ~ STREWER
A67. Hit plenty hard ~ WHACK
A65. Thick stems ~ STALKS
A68. Feminine org. since the 1850's ~ YWCA
A66. Fragments ~ TAGENDS
A69. Dillon of "Wild Things" ~ MATT
D1. Chemist's inorganic compound ~ PERACID
A70. Some shoes ~ NIKES
D2. A salamander ~ AXOLOTL
A71. Art school subj. ~ ANAT
D3. With 12 Down, lines from "New York, New York" ~ TUBPUSIXNORBEHT
D1. Peter, for one ~ TSAR
D4. "Fables in Slang" author ~ ADE
D2. Ne plus ultra ~ ACME
D5. Kind of ointment ~ NARD
D3. With 11-Down, "On the Town" lyric, appropriately ~ TUBPUSIXNORBEHT
D6. Has at ~ ATTACKS
D4. Cannes confidantes ~ AMIES
D7. Blue-green alga ~ SEABLOOM
D5. Lion's share ~ MOST
D8. Poet Nicolson ~ ADELA
D6. Emerson's "jealous mistress" ~ ART
D9. Kind of rodent ~ MOLERAT
D7. Freak out ~ GOAPE
D10. Nantes-to-Angers dir. ~ ENE
D8. Not learned ~ INNATE
D11. Place of service for some vets ~ NAM
D9. O'Neal/Streisand comedy, appropriately ~ CODPUSTAHW
D12. See 3 Down ~ THEBATTERYSDOWN
D10. Gloria ___ (lesser doxology) ~ PATRI
D13. New England trout ~ SUNAPEE
D11. See 3-Down ~ THEBATTERYSDOWN
D16. Anesthetics ~ ETHERS
D12. Between ports ~ ASEA
D21. He wrote the music for "New York, New York" ~ BERNSTEIN
D13. Tin Pan Alley product ~ SONG
D24. Redeemers ~ SAVIORS
D21. Orange Bowl org. ~ NCAA
D26. "No, No, ___": 1925 musical ~ NANETTE
D23. Opposite of exo- ~ ENTO
D30. Sack ~ BAG
D25. Salon service ~ PERM
D35. Madrid Mrs. ~ SRA
D26. Jerk ~ SCHMO
D37. "Jeopardy!" is one ~ TELECAST
D27. Not our ~ THEIR
D39. Kind of potatoes ~ MASHED
D29. Comment from Popeye, appropriately ~ BLOWMEDOWN
D40. Pays no attention to ~ IGNORES
D32. Kind of pollution ~ NOISE
D41. Reverse ~ SETBACK
D33. Steps on a scale? ~ TONES
D43. Designer de ___ ~ LARENTA
D35. U-Haul unit ~ VAN
D45. Stored green fodder ~ ENSILED
D36. "So's ___ old man!" ~ YER
D46. Garment workers ~ SEAMERS
D38. Macrogametes ~ OVA
D52. Ancient cryptic signs ~ RUNES
D41. "Sommersby" star ~ GERE
D56. Tony of puppetry ~ SARG
D44. Rubberneck ~ OGLE
D59. Actress Farrow ~ MIA
D46. Argus-___ (vigilant) ~ EYED
D60. Icel., e.g. ~ ISL
D49. Chinese exercises ~ TAICHI
D62. Strange device ~ TEE
D53. W.W. II torpedo vessel ~ EBOAT

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