Comparison for nyt2004-05-03

  • Title: USA Today 02/05/01 "IT'S ONLY A GAME"
  • Author: Philip J. Anderson/Charles Preston
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, May 3, 2004
  • Author: Gregory E. Paul
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Dances, 40s style ~ BOPS
A1. Did laps in a pool ~ SWAM
A5. Strong wind ~ GALE
A5. Foolhardy ~ RASH
A9. Like some communities ~ GATED
A9. "She loves me … she loves me not” flower ~ DAISY
A14. Dies ___ ~ IRAE
A14. "Horrors!” ~ OHNO
A15. Former British colony ~ ADEN
A15. "Cómo ___ usted?” ~ ESTA
A16. Dwelling ~ ABODE
A16. Blast from the past ~ OLDIE
A17. Money, in Milan ~ LIRA
A17. Spick-and-span ~ NEAT
A18. Left the scene hurriedly ~ FLED
A18. Genesis twin ~ ESAU
A19. Amalgamate ~ MERGE
A19. F.B.I. worker ~ AGENT
A20. Make a start? ~ GETTOFIRSTBASE
A20. Achieve initial success ~ GETTOFIRSTBASE
A23. Samuels mentor ~ ELI
A23. Singletons ~ ONES
A24. Beak ~ NEB
A24. Bullfight cheer ~ OLE
A25. Periphery ~ RIM
A25. Suffix with lion ~ ESS
A26. 1983 Tony winner ~ CATS
A28. Oar-powered ship ~ TRIREME
A28. Manchester man ~ BRIT
A31. Like a fiddle ~ FIT
A30. .0247 of an acre ~ ARE
A34. "Scratch and win” game ~ LOTTO
A33. Island off Venezuela ~ ARUBA
A36. Pub brew ~ ALE
A35. Mirror backing ~ TAIN
A37. Sweep under the rug ~ HIDE
A36. NCOs ~ SGTS
A38. Estimates ~ BALLPARKFIGURES
A37. Umps, approximately? ~ BALLPARKFIGURES
A42. Intl. oil group ~ OPEC
A40. Sound like an ass ~ BRAY
A43. Take to court ~ SUE
A41. Japanese parliament ~ DIET
A44. Use crib notes ~ CHEAT
A42. Corpulent ~ OBESE
A45. Cheyenne's locale: Abbr. ~ WYO
A43. ___ Lingus ~ AER
A46. Kind of underwear ~ THERMAL
A44. ___ Indigo ~ MOOD
A49. Foxy ~ SLY
A45. Sit ~ POSE
A50. "___ Drives Me Crazy” (Fine Young Cannibals hit) ~ SHE
A46. Rhine tributary ~ AAR
A51. Western tribe ~ UTES
A47. Clumsy guy ~ OAF
A53. Completely mistaken ~ OUTINLEFTFIELD
A48. Degree for a CEO ~ MBA
A60. Improperly long sentence ~ RUNON
A51. Without a clue? ~ OUTINLEFTFIELD
A61. Risk-free ~ SAFE
A56. Aesops message ~ MORAL
A62. Number not on a grandfather clock ~ XIII
A57. Negative one ~ ANTI
A63. Space shuttle gasket ~ ORING
A58. Dirk ~ SNEE
A64. With warts and all ~ ASIS
A59. Old womanish ~ ANILE
A65. Elm or elder ~ TREE
A60. Demeanor ~ MIEN
A66. ___ Park, Colo. ~ ESTES
A61. Catchall abbreviation, for Ovid ~ ETAL
A67. Camper's cover ~ TENT
A62. Surgeons tool ~ LASER
A68. Hankerings ~ YENS
A63. Purviance or OBrien ~ EDNA
D1. Spiritual, e.g. ~ SONG
A64. This, in Galicia ~ ESTA
D2. Cry on a roller coaster ~ WHEE
D1. Oily place on an oiler ~ BILGE
D3. Med. school class ~ ANAT
D2. Projecting window ~ ORIEL
D4. E pluribus unum, for instance ~ MOTTO
D3. Choosy ~ PARTICULAR
D5. "___ Madness” (1936 antidrug film) ~ REEFER
D4. Pants part ~ SEAT
D6. Whence St. Francis ~ ASSISI
D5. Public blunders ~ GAFFES
D7. Night twinkler ~ STAR
D6. Wing it ~ ADLIB
D8. Düsseldorf dwelling ~ HAUS
D7. Ogle ~ LEER
D9. Within one's power ~ DOABLE
D8. Concludes ~ ENDS
D10. Pond buildup ~ ALGAE
D9. Tals option ~ GAMBIT
D11. March 15, e.g. ~ IDES
D10. At right angles to the keel ~ ABEAM
D12. Trig term ~ SINE
D11. Rocky heights ~ TORS
D13. "Are we there ___?” ~ YET
D12. Nose out ~ EDGE
D21. In first place ~ ONTOP
D13. Barely acceptable grade? ~ DEE
D22. Marisa of "My Cousin Vinny” ~ TOMEI
D21. Saloon sign ~ ONTAP
D25. Arm joint ~ ELBOW
D22. Singer Lopez ~ TRINI
D26. Unrinsed, maybe ~ SOAPY
D27. Capably ~ ABLY
D27. Fifth-century pope ~ STLEO
D28. ___ Alaska ~ BAKED
D29. Autumn yard worker ~ RAKER
D29. Fissure ~ RIFT
D30. Santa's little helper ~ ELF
D30. Pacts ~ AGREEMENTS
D31. Pink-slips ~ FIRES
D31. AAA recommendations ~ RTES
D32. Perfect ~ IDEAL
D32. Being: L. ~ ESSE
D33. Short-tempered ~ TESTY
D33. Hebrew father ~ ABBA
D35. Nurse's skill, for short ~ TLC
D34. Steak specification ~ RARE
D37. "What'd you say?” ~ HUH
D35. Small group ~ TRIO
D39. Gray ~ ASHEN
D36. Deli offerings ~ SUBS
D40. Feel sorry about ~ RUE
D38. Embellish ~ ADORN
D41. Symbol at the head of a musical staff ~ GCLEF
D39. Burst ~ GOOFF
D46. First ___ first ~ THINGS
D44. The Naked and the Dead author ~ MAILER
D47. Breakfast bread ~ MUFFIN
D45. Corrosion on a statue ~ PATINA
D48. Swear (to) ~ ATTEST
D46. Beginning of a Dickens title ~ ATALE
D50. Masonry ~ STONE
D47. Frequently ~ OFTEN
D52. Nearing retirement age, maybe ~ SIXTY
D49. Sound like a sheep ~ BLEAT
D53. Yours and mine ~ OURS
D50. ___ Rogers St. Johns ~ ADELA
D54. The "U” in I.C.U. ~ UNIT
D51. Mrs. Chaplin, the fourth ~ OONA
D55. Future atty.'s exam ~ LSAT
D52. Battle Cry author ~ URIS
D56. Facilitate ~ EASE
D53. Fabric with metallic threads ~ LAME
D57. Dublin's land ~ EIRE
D54. Blyton, of kiddie-lit ~ ENID
D58. Legal claim ~ LIEN
D55. Acknowledging words ~ ISEE
D59. Goes kaput ~ DIES
D56. ___ de mer ~ MAL
D60. Salmon eggs ~ ROE

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