Comparison for nyt1999-05-22

  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, January 28, 1971
  • Author: Unknown
  • Editor: Will Weng
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  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, May 22, 1999
  • Author: A. J. Santora
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Food fish ~ SHAD
A1. Kind of improvement ~ VAST
A5. Ending for gab ~ FEST
A5. Masterstroke ~ FEAT
A9. Meager ~ SCANT
A9. See 17-Across ~ SPEED
A14. Sharpen ~ HONE
A14. It has a big mouth ~ EWER
A15. Table spread ~ OLEO
A15. Guisado cooker ~ OLLA
A16. Musical group ~ CHOIR
A16. "The Rural Muse” poet ~ CLARE
A17. Three to a side ~ OUTS
A17. Event for which 9-Across is needed ~ RACE
A18. Cheat in a way ~ OVERCHARGE
A18. Ask too much of ~ OVERCHARGE
A20. Ran a meeting ~ PRESIDED
A20. Chestnuts ~ BROMIDES
A22. "___ land of the free . . . " ~ OERTHE
A22. ___-de-boeuf (oval windows) ~ OEILS
A23. Cocktail ~ SIDECAR
A23. They're not single in Seville ~ SENORAS
A24. Pain ~ HURT
A24. Offended ~ HURT
A25. Parched ~ ARID
A25. Stowe novel ~ DRED
A26. Vocal trio ~ TERZETTO
A26. Composition for three ~ TERZETTO
A30. Light-bulb word ~ WATT
A30. Game cries ~ RAHS
A32. Type of salesman ~ DOORTODOOR
A32. One way to sell ~ DOORTODOOR
A34. Baba ~ ALI
A34. Slangy intensifier ~ OLA
A35. Features of clown's feet ~ BIGTOES
A35. Places for large nails ~ BIGTOES
A36. Place for notes: Abbr. ~ MRG
A36. Long, on Lanai ~ LOA
A37. Performances ~ RENDITIONS
A37. Tones up ~ CONDITIONS
A39. Comply ~ OBEY
A39. Compaq competitor ~ DELL
A40. Photography plate ~ NEGATIVE
A40. Hospital administration ~ SEDATIVE
A41. Say one's thank-___ ~ YOUS
A41. Prison part ~ YARD
A43. Snow field ~ NEVE
A43. Julia's portrayer on "Party of Five” ~ NEVE
A44. Abandon ~ SCUTTLE
A44. Miser ~ SCROOGE
A47. In ___ (in kind) ~ SPECIE
A47. Roberts of ABC ~ COKIE
A50. Embark ~ STARTOUT
A49. They clean locks ~ SHAMPOOS
A51. Cassini's field ~ WOMENSWEAR
A50. Hose and pumps ~ WOMENSWEAR
A53. N. Y. theater ~ ANTA
A52. Cries of surprise ~ OHOS
A54. Sluggish ~ INERT
A53. "Give it ___!” ~ AREST
A55. Penmanship ~ HAND
A54. Dispose of ~ VEND
A56. Retain ~ KEEP
A55. Worldwide chess org. ~ FIDE
A57. Plaster of Paris ~ GESSO
A56. Baghdad Pact predecessor: Abbr. ~ CENTO
A58. Automotive name ~ OLDS
A57. Refuges ~ ARKS
A59. Being: Lat. ~ ESSE
A58. Vaudevillian family of note ~ FOYS
D1. Boutiques ~ SHOPS
D1. Shake, rattle and roll ~ VERBS
D2. Beautiful woman ~ HOURI
D2. Apprised ~ AWARE
D3. Preceding in time ~ ANTEDATING
D3. Tick producer ~ SECONDHAND
D4. Menu item ~ DESSERT
D4. Earth movers? ~ TREMORS
D5. Nutritionist's concern ~ FOODADDITIVES
D5. Nutrition center no-nos ~ FOODADDITIVES
D6. Young eel ~ ELVER
D6. Little people ~ ELVES
D7. Sesame product ~ SEED
D7. Inn inventory ~ ALES
D8. High crag ~ TOR
D8. Road crew supply ~ TAR
D9. Lively movements ~ SCHERZOS
D9. Chopin wrote four ~ SCHERZOS
D10. Mapped ~ CHARTED
D10. Like cornrows ~ PLAITED
D11. Artery: Prefix ~ AORT
D11. Count, now ~ EARL
D12. Almost ~ NIGH
D12. ___ per second (luminosity unit) ~ ERGS
D13. Ash, for one ~ TREE
D13. Balmoral Castle's river ~ DEE
D19. V.I.P.-treatment aids ~ COURTESYCARDS
D19. Sources of some discounts ~ COURTESYCARDS
D21. Here, in Paris ~ ICI
D21. Source of heat ~ IRE
D24. Wading bird ~ HERON
D24. Great white ___ ~ HERON
D26. From head ___ ~ TOTOE
D26. Head-___ (thorough) ~ TOTOE
D27. Churchyard sights ~ TOMBSTONES
D27. Great Lakes port of entry ~ TOLEDOOHIO
D28. Ripped ~ TORE
D28. Plane, e.g. ~ TOOL
D29. Unbridled action ~ ORGY
D29. Kind of surgeon ~ ORAL
D30. Alert ~ WARN
D30. "Arabian Nights” creatures ~ ROCS
D31. Sheltered ~ ALEE
D31. Shower gel ingredient ~ ALOE
D33. Pointed arch ~ OGIVE
D33. Pointed arch ~ OGIVE
D35. Start eating, as an apple ~ BITEINTO
D35. Start eating ~ BITEINTO
D38. Rockettes, for instance ~ DANCERS
D38. Most damp ~ DANKEST
D39. Discarded film ~ OUTTAKE
D39. Nod ~ DROPOFF
D42. ___ Gang ~ OUR
D42. Doll snap-on ~ ARM
D44. Position ~ STAND
D44. Butcher's offering ~ SHANK
D45. Stringed instruments ~ LUTES
D45. Treat ~ GOODY
D46. Storehouse ~ ETAPE
D46. Parts of some driving tests ~ ESSES
D47. Gulp ~ SWIG
D47. Place for seeds ~ CORE
D48. Corn bread ~ PONE
D48. Preindication ~ OMEN
D49. Scottish friends ~ EMES
D49. Merlin, e.g. ~ SEER
D50. Waterproof ~ SEAL
D50. W.W. II server ~ WAC
D52. "___ can it be?" ~ WHO
D51. "Take Me Home, Country Roads” subj. ~ WVA

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