Comparison for nyt2003-09-15

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, February 3, 2003
  • Author: Sheldon Benardo
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, September 15, 2003
  • Author: Sheldon Benardo
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Other ~ ELSE
A1. "So what ___ is new?" ~ ELSE
A5. Ping-Pong table dividers ~ NETS
A5. Place for drawers ~ DESK
A9. Move like a lion ~ PROWL
A9. Fronts of ships ~ PROWS
A14. Ponce de ___ ~ LEON
A14. Ponce de ___ ~ LEON
A15. Mishmash ~ OLIO
A15. Oscar winner Kazan ~ ELIA
A16. Send, as payment ~ REMIT
A16. Send, as payment ~ REMIT
A17. "It is the ___, and Juliet is the sun!" ~ EAST
A17. Atlantic Coast states, with "the" ~ EAST
A18. Movers' trucks ~ VANS
A18. Coin grade higher than fine ~ MINT
A19. African antelope ~ ELAND
A19. African antelope ~ ELAND
A20. Hot movie of 1981? ~ CHARIOTSOFFIRE
A20. Hot movie of 1981? ~ CHARIOTSOFFIRE
A23. Poker pot starter ~ ANTE
A23. Kitty starter ~ ANTE
A24. Head of a flock: Abbr. ~ REV
A24. Minister: Abbr. ~ REV
A25. Get satisfaction for ~ AVENGE
A25. Get satisfaction for, as a wrong ~ AVENGE
A28. Siren luring sailors to shipwreck ~ LORELEI
A28. Siren luring sailors to shipwreck ~ LORELEI
A32. Enchantress in Homer ~ CIRCE
A32. Mythical enchantress ~ CIRCE
A33. Third-place finish ~ SHOW
A33. Program ~ SHOW
A35. Bruin legend Bobby ~ ORR
A35. Bruin legend Bobby ~ ORR
A36. Hot movie of 1974, with "The"? ~ TOWERINGINFERNO
A36. Hot movie of 1974, with "The"? ~ TOWERINGINFERNO
A40. Carmaker Ransom ___ Olds ~ ELI
A40. __ Lilly & Co. ~ ELI
A41. Loony ~ NUTS
A41. Cashews and such ~ NUTS
A42. ___ a million ~ ONEIN
A42. ___ a million ~ ONEIN
A43. Waltzing, say ~ DANCING
A43. Twisting, perhaps ~ DANCING
A46. 2000 Olympics city ~ SYDNEY
A46. 2000 Olympics city ~ SYDNEY
A47. Suffix with meth- ~ ANE
A47. Suffix with meth- ~ ANE
A48. Big furniture retailer ~ IKEA
A48. Draftable ~ ONEA
A49. Hot movie of 1966? ~ ISPARISBURNING
A49. Hot movie of 1966? ~ ISPARISBURNING
A56. Permit ~ ALLOW
A56. Permit ~ ALLOW
A57. Just minutes from now ~ SOON
A57. Artless one ~ NAIF
A58. Secluded valley ~ GLEN
A58. Secluded valley ~ GLEN
A59. Late English princess ~ DIANA
A59. William and Harry's mother ~ DIANA
A60. Run ___ (go wild) ~ AMOK
A60. Sign at the front of some bars ~ CLEF
A61. Biblical twin who sold his birthright ~ ESAU
A61. Biblical twin ~ ESAU
A62. Whom Truman defeated for president ~ DEWEY
A62. "___ Defeats Truman" (infamous 1948 headline) ~ DEWEY
A63. Talks one's head off ~ YAKS
A63. Dame Myra ~ HESS
A64. Vermin ~ RATS
A64. "Phooey!" ~ RATS
D1. The "E" in P.G.&E.: Abbr. ~ ELEC
D1. Utility supply: Abbr. ~ ELEC
D2. Wife of Jacob ~ LEAH
D2. Mrs. Rabin ~ LEAH
D3. Slugger Sammy ~ SOSA
D3. Slugging Sammy ~ SOSA
D4. Beguile ~ ENTRANCE
D4. Beguile ~ ENTRANCE
D5. "Nay" ~ NOVOTE
D5. Take down a notch ~ DEMOTE
D6. Gladden ~ ELATE
D6. High society ~ ELITE
D7. Pie containers ~ TINS
D7. Breaks a commandment ~ SINS
D8. Nothing special ~ SOSO
D8. "The Green Hornet" role ~ KATO
D9. Lean toward ~ PREFER
D9. Lean toward ~ PREFER
D10. Experience again ~ RELIVE
D10. Have déjà vu about ~ RELIVE
D11. Bradley or Sharif ~ OMAR
D11. Bradley or Sharif ~ OMAR
D12. Chianti or Chablis ~ WINE
D12. Champagne, e.g. ~ WINE
D13. Inc., in England ~ LTD
D13. Basic version: Abbr. ~ STD
D21. Actress Stevens of 60's TV ~ INGER
D21. Actress Stevens ~ INGER
D22. Displeased look ~ FROWN
D22. Displeased look ~ FROWN
D25. Performed ~ ACTED
D25. Performed ~ ACTED
D26. Quartet member ~ VIOLA
D26. String quartet member ~ VIOLA
D27. Field Marshal Rommel ~ ERWIN
D27. Gen. Rommel ~ ERWIN
D28. Lane of "Superman" ~ LOIS
D28. Lane in Metropolis ~ LOIS
D29. Actress Sophia ~ LOREN
D29. Actress Sophia ~ LOREN
D30. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Banks ~ ERNIE
D30. Tennessee ___ Ford ~ ERNIE
D31. Twisted humor ~ IRONY
D31. Literary device ~ IRONY
D33. Like a bug in a rug ~ SNUG
D33. Tight, as a fit ~ SNUG
D34. Elev. ~ HGT
D34. Elev. ~ HGT
D37. Word with strength or sanctum ~ INNER
D37. Around the center ~ INNER
D38. Entry room ~ FOYER
D38. Vestibule ~ FOYER
D39. Imperil ~ ENDANGER
D39. Imperil ~ ENDANGER
D44. Gangster known as Scarface ~ CAPONE
D44. Gangster known as Big Al ~ CAPONE
D45. Sort of ~ INAWAY
D45. Sort of ~ INAWAY
D46. They may raise a big stink ~ SKUNKS
D46. Stamps (out) ~ SNUFFS
D48. Macintosh laptop ~ IBOOK
D48. Theater awards ~ OBIES
D49. Tennis champ Nastase ~ ILIE
D49. Tennis's Nastase ~ ILIE
D50. Cole ___ ~ SLAW
D50. Cole ___ ~ SLAW
D51. "Oho, dear chap!" ~ ISAY
D51. Ruler unit ~ INCH
D52. ___ cube (popular 60's-70's puzzle) ~ SOMA
D52. Store event ~ SALE
D53. Ingrid's "Casablanca" role ~ ILSA
D53. Rick's love in "Casablanca" ~ ILSA
D54. Natty ~ NEAT
D54. Orderly ~ NEAT
D55. Wildebeests ~ GNUS
D55. Wildebeests ~ GNUS
D56. Do sums ~ ADD
D56. Do sums ~ ADD

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