Comparison for nyt2000-08-21

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, August 21, 2000
  • Author: Dave and Diane Epperson
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. A property may have one on it ~ LIEN
A5. Sound of a fall ~ SPLAT
A10. Robed ~ CLAD
A14. Singer Arnold ~ EDDY
A15. Piece of garlic ~ CLOVE
A16. Tiptop ~ AONE
A17. NATO's first supreme commander ~ EISENHOWER
A19. Bone parallel to the radius ~ ULNA
A20. Stage actress Caldwell ~ ZOE
A21. General Motors line, for short ~ OLDS
A22. Deodorant type ~ ROLLON
A24. They'll show you the world ~ ATLASES
A26. Done, in Dijon ~ FINI
A27. Dickens's orphan in "Great Expectations" ~ PIP
A28. Tropical plant with a trunklike stem ~ TREEFERN
A32. Military capability ~ FIREPOWER
A35. Stead ~ LIEU
A36. Polite turndown ~ NOSIR
A37. Russian orbiter ~ MIR
A38. Ship navigation aid ~ LORAN
A39. Uzbekistan's ___ Sea ~ ARAL
A40. Leafy shelter ~ VINEBOWER
A42. Massachusetts's nickname ~ BAYSTATE
A44. H20 at 0° ~ ICE
A45. Radio amateurs ~ HAMS
A46. Stranger in a strange land? ~ TOURIST
A50. Win back one's losses ~ RECOUP
A53. Lions and tigers ~ CATS
A54. Cause for sudden death ~ TIE
A55. "There oughta be ___!" ~ ALAW
A56. Academic enclave ~ IVORYTOWER
A59. Not yours or theirs ~ MINE
A60. Swab the deck again ~ REMOP
A61. Old piano tunes ~ RAGS
A62. Ibsen's "___ Gynt" ~ PEER
A63. Tickle pink ~ ELATE
A64. Fortuneteller's opening ~ ISEE
D1. Host Gibbons ~ LEEZA
D2. Numbskull ~ IDIOT
D3. 1950's Ford flop ~ EDSEL
D4. Bill ___, the Science Guy ~ NYE
D5. Lug around ~ SCHLEPP
D6. Walks like a workhorse ~ PLODS
D7. Areas on weather maps ~ LOWS
D8. "___ Maria" ~ AVE
D9. Wirehair, e.g. ~ TERRIER
D10. It has a big head ~ CAULIFLOWER
D11. Hang (around) ~ LOLL
D12. ___ Domini ~ ANNO
D13. University V.I.P. ~ DEAN
D18. More meddlesome ~ NOSIER
D23. It's next to nothing ~ ONE
D25. Spring event ~ APRILSHOWER
D26. "___ Jacques" (children's song) ~ FRERE
D28. Bale binder ~ TWINE
D29. Yeats's land ~ EIRE
D30. Kind of admiral ~ REAR
D31. Woman of habit? ~ NUN
D32. ___ song (cheaply) ~ FORA
D33. "___, old chap" ~ ISAY
D34. Leaves out ~ OMITS
D36. Catch in the act ~ NAB
D38. Part of a biblical plague ~ LOCUST
D40. Dracula, for one ~ VAMPIRE
D41. Genetically related organisms ~ BIOTYPE
D43. St. Anthony's cross ~ TAU
D46. Diviner's deck ~ TAROT
D47. "___ a dark and stormy night..." ~ ITWAS
D48. Start of a long battle ~ SIEGE
D49. Short-winded ~ TERSE
D50. Wheelchair access ~ RAMP
D51. Author Wiesel ~ ELIE
D52. Sugar source ~ CANE
D53. Film "sleeper" of 1978 ~ COMA
D57. Speed: Abbr. ~ VEL
D58. "Either you say it ___ will" ~ ORI

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