Comparison for nyt2001-06-18

  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, December 14, 1995
  • Author: Matt Gaffney
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, June 18, 2001
  • Author: Sherry O. Blackard
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Half of an old radio duo ~ AMOS
A1. Leader until 1917 ~ CZAR
A5. German Expressionist Franz ____ ~ MARC
A5. Dinner for Dobbin ~ OATS
A9. Like many football stadiums ~ DOMED
A9. Said, old-style ~ SPAKE
A14. Queen's home ~ HIVE
A14. Starring ___ ~ ROLE
A15. Where most people live ~ ASIA
A15. Radar screen image ~ BLIP
A16. Out ~ ALIBI
A16. Football's Merlin ~ OLSEN
A17. Stock heading ~ AMEX
A17. Impresses greatly ~ AWES
A18. Leg crosser ~ YOGI
A18. Actress Anderson ~ LONI
A19. Computer accessory ~ CDROM
A19. In the cards ~ FATED
A20. 1915 film epic, with "The" ~ BIRTHOFANATION
A20. 1915 Lillian Gish film, with "The" ~ BIRTHOFANATION
A23. Goddess, in ancient Rome ~ DEA
A23. Filming site ~ SET
A24. Leb. neighbor ~ SYR
A24. Tiny member of a colony ~ ANT
A25. Bradbury adjective ~ MARTIAN
A25. Deuce follower, in tennis ~ ADIN
A29. Not uncut, as a film ~ SPLICED
A26. Member of Old MacDonald's farm ~ PIG
A33. "____ little teapot..." ~ IMA
A27. Nobelist Wiesel ~ ELIE
A34. 1960's U.N. name ~ THANT
A28. Brit. playwright ~ GBS
A36. Met's home ~ SHEA
A31. Dummkopf ~ IDIOT
A37. 1965 Beatles lyric ~ LIFEISVERYSHORT
A34. Opening stake ~ ANTE
A41. Picnic ruiners ~ ANTS
A35. Do some manicuring ~ FILE
A42. Red as ____ ~ ABEET
A36. 1997 Roberto Benigni film ~ LIFEISBEAUTIFUL
A43. Polite "du" ~ SIE
A39. Liberals, with "the" ~ LEFT
A44. Odor eater? ~ NOSTRIL
A40. Over-50 grp. ~ AARP
A47. Listen ~ PAYHEED
A41. What is more ~ EXTRA
A49. Point of law ~ RES
A42. Home for a 26-Across ~ STY
A50. Rock's ____ Lobos ~ LOS
A43. Ian Fleming villain ~ DRNO
A51. Classic Poirot case ~ DEATHONTHENILE
A44. Imitate ~ APE
A59. New Age musician ~ YANNI
A45. Steinbeck family name ~ JOAD
A60. Crèche figure ~ MARY
A46. "___ to Billy Joe" ~ ODE
A61. Pressed cheese ~ EDAM
A47. Agt.'s take ~ PCT
A62. Coordinate ~ ALIGN
A50. 1978 Peter Ustinov film ~ DEATHONTHENILE
A63. Shirt stitching ~ IZOD
A54. Carried ~ BORNE
A64. Big rig ~ SEMI
A55. Post-It ~ NOTE
A65. Jason deserted her ~ MEDEA
A56. ___ Velva ~ AQUA
A66. Ajax rival ~ TIDE
A57. Hot temper ~ ANGER
A67. Erstwhile despot ~ TSAR
A58. At all ~ EVER
D1. Husband of Jezebel ~ AHAB
A59. Wishes undone ~ RUES
D2. Actress Rogers ~ MIMI
A60. Spars ~ MASTS
D3. Banking blunders ~ OVERDRAFTS
A61. "I double-___ you!" ~ DARE
D4. The Brady kids, e.g. ~ SEXTET
A62. Hand over ~ CEDE
D5. Minnesota clinic ~ MAYO
D1. Grouches ~ CRABS
D6. Since ~ ASOF
D2. "Ooh-la-la!" ~ ZOWIE
D7. Baltic capital ~ RIGA
D3. On one's toes ~ ALERT
D8. Dean of "Lois & Clark" ~ CAIN
D4. Take five ~ REST
D9. Finger or toe ~ DACTYL
D5. Stretched figure ~ OBLONG
D10. Ancient Celtic tongue ~ OLDIRISH
D6. Up in the air ~ ALOFT
D11. Barcelona-born artist ~ MIRO
D7. ___ Fey of "Saturday Night Live" ~ TINA
D12. Jet ~ EBON
D8. Rob Reiner's mock rock band ~ SPINALTAP
D13. Slow-witted ~ DIM
D9. Pushover ~ SOFTIE
D21. Columbus landfall, 1492 ~ HAITI
D10. Unadorned ~ PLAIN
D22. Snake charmer's snake ~ ASP
D11. About ~ ASTO
D25. City of Lombardy ~ MILAN
D12. Razor-sharp ~ KEEN
D26. ____ acid ~ AMINO
D13. Cutoff point ~ END
D27. Relaxed sighs ~ AHS
D21. Port-au-Prince is its capital ~ HAITI
D28. Like some blockades ~ NAVAL
D22. Flowery "ta-ta" ~ ADIEU
D29. Throat problem ~ STREP
D26. Shelley, for one ~ POET
D30. Didn't engage in fence sitting ~ CHOSESIDES
D27. When to say "Feliz Año Nuevo" ~ ENERO
D31. Chilling ~ EERIE
D28. Knack ~ GIFT
D32. Obsolete ~ DATED
D29. Bad photo ~ BLUR
D35. Lincoln's home: Abbr. ~ NEB
D30. Actress Ward ~ SELA
D38. Alienate ~ ESTRANGE
D31. Misfortunes ~ ILLS
D39. Verily ~ YEA
D32. Reduced in calories ~ DIET
D40. Do, as hair ~ STYLE
D33. In doubt ~ IFFY
D45. Image receiver ~ RETINA
D34. Walked out on ~ ABANDONED
D46. Approximately, in times ~ ISH
D35. Idée ___ ~ FIXE
D48. "It's true!" ~ HONEST
D37. Jazz singer Vaughan ~ SARAH
D51. Valley ~ DALE
D38. Home on the range ~ TEPEE
D52. Oklahoma city ~ ENID
D43. Motherly sorts ~ DOTERS
D53. Drop ~ OMIT
D44. Cling (to) ~ ADHERE
D54. Hitlerite ~ NAZI
D45. Attorney General Reno ~ JANET
D55. Stepped (on) ~ TROD
D46. Bewhiskered animal ~ OTTER
D56. Park visited by Sherlock Holmes ~ HYDE
D47. Huff ~ PIQUE
D57. Buddhist priest ~ LAMA
D48. Tipped off ~ CLUED
D58. Mideast bigwig ~ EMIR
D49. Lolita, e.g. ~ TEASE
D59. Starchy dish ~ YAM
D50. Lady of Spain ~ DONA

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