Comparison for nyt2001-07-28

  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, July 28, 2001
  • Author: Rich Norris
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Freezing ~ SUBZERO
A1. Expression of bafflement ~ BEATSME
A8. Literally, "finger pressure" ~ SHIATSU
A8. Progress ~ STRIDES
A15. Solve ~ UNRAVEL
A15. [Yawn] ~ IMBORED
A16. Comeback candidate ~ HASBEEN
A16. Least inspiring ~ ARIDEST
A17. Back ~ TAILEND
A17. Riot squad item ~ GASMASK
A18. Annual volume ~ ALMANAC
A18. Dictator once exiled on Madeira ~ BATISTA
A19. Solution strength, in chemistry ~ TITER
A19. "Cantar de ___ Cid" (Spanish epic poem) ~ MIO
A20. Computer environment ~ MSDOS
A20. "That's ___" ~ SHOWBIZ
A22. N.L. Central team ~ STL
A22. Stock figure ~ PAR
A23. 911 respondents ~ EMTS
A23. ___ Romana (chef's phrase) ~ ALLA
A24. Functions ~ ROLES
A25. Rap ~ CHAT
A25. Dispense, with "out" ~ METE
A26. Where some Picassos hang ~ TATE
A26. Xmas visitor, perhaps ~ REL
A27. Novelist Shute ~ NEVIL
A27. Mediterranean capital ~ TUNIS
A29. Successful ~ HIT
A28. Edison contemporary ~ TESLA
A30. Spring sign ~ ARIES
A29. Prayed for ~ DESIRED
A31. Exterminate, in a way ~ DERAT
A31. Serious depression ~ CRATER
A33. "Drive" pop group ~ THECARS
A32. Completely consumed ~ PLAYEDOUT
A35. Kicked ~ PROTESTED
A34. Big gust ~ SQUALL
A37. Row ~ QUARREL
A37. Insomniac's symptom ~ REDEYES
A39. Where Zeus took Europa ~ CRETE
A40. Eastern seasoning ~ CURRY
A42. Spice with rice, maybe ~ CURRY
A41. Contemplated ~ MUSED
A43. Part of a dog's name ~ RIN
A42. Street crosser, on signs ~ PED
A45. Deep, as a color ~ BURNT
A44. Hayseed ~ HICK
A47. Rustic ~ HICK
A45. Has second thoughts ~ BALKS
A48. "Man in the Shower" cartoonist ~ ARNO
A46. Ananias, for one ~ LIAR
A49. Law firm employee, informally ~ PARA
A47. Katz "I" ~ ICH
A50. "Wo! ___ was!" (German cry) ~ ACH
A48. They may be stacked in a parlor ~ CONES
A51. Fathers ~ PRIESTS
A49. Church principles ~ DOGMA
A54. Annuaire listing ~ NOM
A50. Stick on a slope ~ SKIPOLE
A55. Stick on a trail ~ SKIPOLE
A52. Vanity affair ~ EGOTRIP
A57. Alert ~ HEADSUP
A54. Mosque tower ~ MINARET
A59. Carpenter, at times ~ TENONER
A55. Bargain hunter's destination ~ TAGSALE
A60. Article afterthought ~ ENDNOTE
A56. Sonnet parts ~ SESTETS
A61. Some "Star Trek" personnel ~ ENSIGNS
A57. Mississippi traveler ~ STEAMER
A62. Good and mad ~ STEAMED
D1. Gold rush name ~ SUTTER
D1. Cheese ~ BIGMAN
D2. Scattershot ~ UNAIMED
D2. Sent on an impulse? ~ EMAILED
D3. Likely to crack ~ BRITTLE
D3. Clear ~ ABSOLVE
D4. Big name in jewelry ~ ZALES
D4. Smothers with humor? ~ TOM
D5. At any time ~ EVER
D5. Span. titles ~ SRAS
D6. Cartoon canine ~ REN
D6. Coordinate ~ MESH
D7. Rockefeller asset, e.g. ~ OLDMONEY
D7. Noted TV judge ~ EDKOCH
D8. Cats may wear them ~ SHADES
D8. Rest periods ~ SABBATHS
D9. Overhead ovals ~ HALOS
D9. Attribute ~ TRAIT
D10. Doctrines ~ ISMS
D10. Ostentatious display ~ RITZ
D11. Defunct org. with a red-white-and-blue ball ~ ABA
D11. Dictator who idolized Adolf ~ IDI
D12. Most likely to crack ~ TENSEST
D12. Film noir feature ~ DESPAIR
D13. Chief of the Suquamish ~ SEATTLE
D13. Big spreads ~ ESTATES
D14. Ambiguous ~ UNCLEAR
D14. They're usually fixed ~ STARES
D21. Tool once used with logs ~ SLIDERULE
D21. Highway divider ~ WHITELINE
D24. Countrified ~ RURAL
D24. Landing place for private planes ~ AIRPARK
D25. Full of substance ~ MEATY
D26. Get a bigger car, say ~ TRADEUP
D27. Meg of "Journey" ~ TILLY
D28. Jolson portrayer Parks ~ LARRY
D28. Aligned ~ TRUED
D30. Sharp ~ ACERB
D30. Fire starter ~ SPARK
D32. Dartmoor topographical feature ~ TOR
D31. Regulatory systems ~ CODES
D34. Short space saver? ~ ETC
D33. Gifts for execs ~ DESKSETS
D36. Some toys ~ TERRIERS
D34. Splits ~ SCHISMS
D37. Race ~ QUICKEN
D35. Slapdash ~ QUICKIE
D38. Whelps ~ URCHINS
D36. Scamps ~ URCHINS
D40. Window not in a wall ~ TRANSOM
D38. Bon mot ~ EPIGRAM
D41. Coming or going ~ ENROUTE
D39. Navigating unit ~ SEAMILE
D42. Not loose ~ CHASTE
D41. Louvre hangings ~ MANETS
D44. Chips and such ~ NOSHES
D43. Cloth dealer, in Britain ~ DRAPER
D46. Forced down ~ TAMPED
D45. Pianist Jorge ~ BOLET
D48. "We're Off to See the Wizard" composer ~ ARLEN
D46. "___ luck!" ~ LOTSA
D51. Simple game ~ PONG
D48. Fruit center ~ CORE
D52. It may be pitched ~ TENT
D49. Former Venetian magistrate ~ DOGE
D53. One-named jazzy singer ~ SADE
D51. To a tee ~ PAT
D56. Islands dish ~ POI
D53. Gangster's gun ~ GAT
D58. Genealogical info ~ DNA

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