Comparison for nyt1998-07-04

  • Title: New York Times, Friday, September 5, 1997
  • Author: Harvey Estes
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, July 4, 1998
  • Author: Harvey Estes
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Thoroughfares: Abbr. ~ STS
A1. Paul Claudel's "Cinq Grandes ___" ~ ODES
A4. 1920's chess champion Capablanca ~ JOSE
A5. "My word!" ~ EGAD
A8. Nubian Desert site ~ SUDAN
A9. "Civil Disobedience," e.g. ~ ESSAY
A13. Canvas coats? ~ OILPAINTS
A14. Lead, often ~ TITLEROLE
A16. Where to see Ben Franklin's portrait ~ CNOTE
A16. Pitch ~ SLOPE
A17. Pump thump ~ HEARTBEAT
A17. Reporter's quest ~ INTERVIEW
A18. Attorney modifier ~ ATLAW
A18. Winter treat ~ COCOA
A19. Going around the world ~ ORBITING
A19. One way to serve 18-Across ~ STEAMING
A20. Much of boot camp ~ DRILLS
A20. Nearing bedtime ~ LATISH
A21. Fax button ~ SEND
A21. Sound of swift passage ~ ZING
A22. Give away ~ REVEAL
A22. It goes with tails ~ TOPHAT
A23. Projecting part ~ PRONG
A23. Prick ~ STING
A25. Cry of glee ~ WHEE
A25. Picnic serving ~ COLESLAW
A26. A.C.L.U. concerns: Abbr. ~ RTS
A27. Use a food mill ~ PUREE
A28. Vogue ~ TREND
A28. Dewlaps ~ JOWLS
A29. Cigs ~ WEEDS
A29. Union fighter: Abbr. ~ CSA
A30. One of Frank's exes ~ MIA
A30. On ___ (equipotent) ~ APAR
A31. Bill and Bob's opponent ~ ROSS
A31. Manners ~ MODES
A32. Sheds ~ MOLTS
A32. "Double Indemnity" author ~ CAIN
A33. Archly theatrical ~ CAMP
A33. Brainard, the Absent-Minded Professor ~ NED
A34. Ab ___ (from the beginning) ~ OVO
A34. N.B.A. teammate since 1947 ~ LAKER
A35. Cornerstone of Cartesianism ~ DOUBT
A35. Parceled ~ DOLED
A36. Centers ~ CORES
A36. Mugged ~ GRIMACED
A37. Nonexistent ~ NIL
A38. "A Natural Man" singer, 1971 ~ RAWLS
A38. Air France terminal ~ ORLY
A39. Cairn composition ~ STONES
A39. Goggles ~ GAWKS
A40. Met manager, 1950-72 ~ BING
A40. Threw over ~ DUMPED
A41. Jukes ~ FEINTS
A42. !, to a printer ~ BANG
A42. Not drawn out ~ SUCCINCT
A43. Particular ~ DETAIL
A46. Really fancy ~ ADORE
A44. Greens, politically ~ LEFTISTS
A47. Where a bus passenger might step ~ TOTHEREAR
A48. Ardent ~ AFIRE
A48. Purport ~ TENOR
A49. Quid pro quo ~ TITFORTAT
A49. Flood mark ~ WATERLINE
A50. Sweetie pie ~ TOOTS
A50. Museum Folkwang locale ~ ESSEN
A51. Monet subject ~ WATERLILY
A51. Metallurgist's stock ~ ORES
A52. Physicist Mach ~ ERNST
A52. Knock off ~ SLAY
A53. Raw material ~ ORES
D1. Cager Thorpe ~ OTIS
A54. Tarquin's title ~ REX
D2. Exertion ~ DINT
D1. Area near TriBeCa ~ SOHO
D3. Suffix with disk ~ ETTE
D2. Class ~ TIER
D4. Less reputable ~ SLEAZIER
D3. Tabletop, perhaps ~ SLAB
D5. 1981 N.B.A. M.V.P. ~ ERVING
D4. In agreement ~ JIBING
D6. Like some concerns ~ GOING
D5. Upright ~ ONEND
D7. Shake or break follower ~ ALEG
D6. Actaeon, ultimately, in Greek myth ~ STAG
D8. To Shakespeare it was "honey-heavy" ~ DEW
D7. Hrs. in Quebec ~ EST
D9. They may be narrow ~ ESCAPES
D8. Hermes accessories ~ SCARVES
D10. Couch potatoes, say ~ SLOTHS
D9. Free from restraint ~ UNTIE
D11. Visit ~ SOCIALCALL
D10. Important monetary currency peg ~ DOLLARMARK
D12. Desertions of dogma ~ APOSTASIES
D11. Every minute ~ ATALLTIMES
D13. "___, right!" ~ YEAH
D12. Intelligence ~ NEWS
D15. Ferret's cousin ~ ERMINE
D14. Cooler places? ~ PRISONS
D20. Slouches ~ LOLLS
D15. Work on, with "to" ~ ATTEND
D22. Broadcaster's need ~ TOWER
D20. Hero's list ~ DEEDS
D23. Displaces ~ SUPERSEDES
D22. Butler of fiction ~ RHETT
D24. Customs ~ TRADITIONS
D23. Support ~ PROVIDEFOR
D25. Unreadable ~ CODED
D24. Denouement ~ RESOLUTION
D26. Pixie stick ~ WAND
D25. Young role on TV ~ WELBY
D27. Qualm ~ PANG
D27. Drains ~ SAPS
D28. Laughing stock? ~ JOKES
D28. Suffix in high-tech company names ~ TRON
D31. Uses an airborne defense ~ MACES
D29. ___-be ~ WOULD
D32. Barrel race participants ~ COWGIRLS
D32. Prized mushroom ~ MOREL
D34. Revere signaler ~ LANTERN
D33. Rodeo rider ~ COWGIRL
D35. Ball boy or ball girl? ~ DANCER
D35. Most moronic ~ DOPIEST
D37. Bill ___, the Father of Bluegrass ~ MONROE
D36. Psalms singer ~ CANTOR
D38. Forty-niner's quest ~ RICHES
D39. Faux pas ~ GAFFES
D40. Evel Knievel's hometown ~ BUTTE
D41. Exchanges ~ MARTS
D41. It may have a twist ~ FATE
D42. She played Margo in "All About Eve" ~ BETTE
D42. Shoot up ~ SOAR
D43. See ~ DATE
D43. Quarterback O'Donnell ~ NEIL
D44. Jim Carrey, in a 1997 movie ~ LIAR
D44. "Marriage at ___" (Veronese painting) ~ CANA
D45. Sensation ~ STIR
D45. One more than 47-Down ~ TREY
D46. Scheherazade specialty ~ TALE
D47. Low card ~ TWO
D47. An oath on it was once held to be inviolable ~ STYX
D49. Company number ~ TWO

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