Generated on 2016-06-28.

Comparison for nyt2004-05-29

  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, May 29, 2004
  • Author: Patrick Berry
  • Editor: Will Shortz
B
U
B
B
L
E
B
A
T
H
#
S
H
U
T
O
P
E
R
A
S
E
R
I
A
#
N
O
N
E
A
D
V
A
N
C
E
M
E
N
#
O
L
I
N
T
O
Y
S
T
O
R
Y
#
D
A
W
D
L
E
#
#
#
H
E
R
S
#
C
A
R
P
S
A
T
E
L
B
E
R
T
#
F
O
X
I
E
S
T
#
L
E
A
R
N
#
F
O
R
E
D
A
T
E
D
S
A
D
#
#
F
O
L
D
S
#
#
I
R
E
E
D
G
E
T
O
O
L
S
#
L
A
L
A
W
#
P
E
N
A
L
T
Y
#
F
O
U
L
L
Y
F
E
R
T
I
L
E
#
B
O
O
T
#
#
#
A
N
G
E
L
O
#
H
A
L
F
O
P
E
N
S
C
A
R
#
W
H
A
C
K
A
M
O
L
E
T
I
M
E
#
M
I
L
K
S
H
A
K
E
S
S
L
E
D
#
E
C
O
S
Y
S
T
E
M
S
  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, December 29, 2007
  • Author: Bob Klahn
  • Editor: Will Shortz
B
U
B
B
L
E
B
A
T
H
#
T
W
A
S
O
P
E
R
A
S
E
R
I
A
#
A
I
N
T
A
D
V
A
N
C
E
M
E
N
#
I
N
D
O
T
O
Y
S
T
O
R
Y
#
D
A
C
T
Y
L
#
#
#
S
E
R
S
#
N
O
W
H
E
R
E
H
O
B
A
R
T
#
F
O
U
R
I
R
O
N
A
C
O
R
N
#
W
I
T
T
Y
#
T
O
C
S
H
O
D
#
X
E
R
E
S
#
M
I
N
A
A
L
T
#
P
A
L
M
S
#
C
I
D
E
R
G
O
L
C
O
N
D
A
#
M
O
S
E
Y
S
O
C
E
L
O
T
S
#
F
O
R
T
#
#
#
A
R
G
A
L
I
#
B
A
P
T
I
S
M
S
T
A
G
S
#
P
E
R
I
P
E
T
E
I
A
I
C
E
S
#
P
L
A
T
E
G
L
A
S
S
T
Y
R
A
#
E
I
G
H
T
E
E
N
T
H
A1. Good clean fun? ~ BUBBLEBATH
A1. Modesty preserver, in some films ~ BUBBLEBATH
A11. Bolted ~ SHUT
A11. "___ wondrous pitiful": "Othello" ~ TWAS
A15. Typical Scarlatti work ~ OPERASERIA
A15. Old form of Italian musical drama ~ OPERASERIA
A16. Bar ___ ~ NONE
A16. "___ Nobody" (1983 Chaka Khan hit) ~ AINT
A17. Public relations people ~ ADVANCEMEN
A17. Public appearance preparers ~ ADVANCEMEN
A18. Leading ammunition maker ~ OLIN
A18. Introduction to Chinese? ~ INDO
A19. Film featuring Slinky Dog and Hamm the Pig ~ TOYSTORY
A19. Pixar's first feature-length film ~ TOYSTORY
A20. Waste time ~ DAWDLE
A20. Finger or toe ~ DACTYL
A22. One of a matched pair, maybe ~ HERS
A22. Mass appeals: Abbr. ~ SERS
A23. Henpecks ~ CARPSAT
A23. You may be lost in the middle of it ~ NOWHERE
A24. Mount ___, highest peak in the Rockies ~ ELBERT
A24. McKinley's first vice president ~ HOBART
A27. Most sexually alluring ~ FOXIEST
A27. It has a smaller degree of loft than a mashie ~ FOURIRON
A28. Pick up from school ~ LEARN
A28. Cupule's contents ~ ACORN
A29. Was older than ~ FOREDATED
A29. Sparkling ~ WITTY
A31. Regrettable ~ SAD
A30. List in a book's front: Abbr. ~ TOC
A32. Tosses it in ~ FOLDS
A31. Like racehorses ~ SHOD
A33. Pulse quickener, say ~ IRE
A32. Spanish city that gave sherry its name ~ XERES
A34. They snip and clip ~ EDGETOOLS
A33. ___ Harker, heroine of "Bram Stoker's Dracula" ~ MINA
A37. TV show created by Steven Bochco ~ LALAW
A34. Rocket datum: Abbr. ~ ALT
A39. Fine ~ PENALTY
A35. Where to pick up dates? ~ PALMS
A40. In an ugly way ~ FOULLY
A36. Fall production ~ CIDER
A41. Able to bear ~ FERTILE
A37. Rich mine or other source of great wealth ~ GOLCONDA
A42. Pink-slip ~ BOOT
A39. Shuffles ~ MOSEYS
A43. Castel Sant'___ (Roman museum) ~ ANGELO
A40. Margay cousins ~ OCELOTS
A44. Ajar ~ HALFOPEN
A41. Siege site ~ FORT
A48. Old nick ~ SCAR
A42. Mountain sheep ~ ARGALI
A49. Carnival game played with a mallet ~ WHACKAMOLE
A43. Initiations ~ BAPTISMS
A51. Proctor's call ~ TIME
A47. Graffitists' scrawls ~ TAGS
A52. Drinks made with mixers ~ MILKSHAKES
A48. Unexpected turn of events, as in a literary work ~ PERIPETEIA
A53. Husky burden ~ SLED
A50. Puts away ~ ICES
A54. They're full of life ~ ECOSYSTEMS
A51. See-through sheets ~ PLATEGLASS
D1. Salt holder ~ BOAT
A52. Banks of note ~ TYRA
D2. Beehive, e.g. ~ UPDO
A53. Grant's position in presidential history ~ EIGHTEENTH
D3. Multitude ~ BEVY
D1. Shell, e.g. ~ BOAT
D4. More impudent ~ BRASHER
D2. Hair-raiser? ~ UPDO
D5. Light case ~ LANTERN
D3. Bunch ~ BEVY
D6. Ford model introduced in 1981 ~ ESCORT
D4. Uniform armband ~ BRASSARD
D7. What "Britney Spears" means in rhyming slang ~ BEERS
D5. You can make light of it ~ LANTERN
D8. It may go into action ~ ARMY
D6. Squire ~ ESCORT
D9. Even finish ~ TIE
D7. Draft picks ~ BEERS
D10. Stone Age relics ~ HANDAXES
D8. Private group ~ ARMY
D11. Stir-fry tidbit ~ SNOWPEA
D9. Even numbers ~ TIE
D12. Freezes ~ HOLDSSTILL
D10. Fliers, e.g. ~ HANDOUTS
D13. Done on one side ~ UNILATERAL
D11. Meditative exercise ~ TAICHI
D14. Precept ~ TENET
D12. End-of-year festival ~ WINTERTIDE
D21. Bone-dry ~ ARID
D13. "Common Nonsense" author, 2002 ~ ANDYROONEY
D23. Some trousers ~ CORDS
D14. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety concern ~ STOLENCARS
D24. "Anything ___" (Woody Allen film) ~ ELSE
D21. Catawampus ~ AWRY
D25. Number 2, e.g. ~ LEADPENCIL
D23. Scoring units ~ NOTES
D26. Cheating-woman-with-an-angry-husband con ~ BADGERGAME
D24. Tries something ~ HASAGOATIT
D27. Unwise undertaking ~ FOLLY
D25. Mob rule ~ OCHLOCRACY
D29. Historical author seen on PBS's "The Civil War" ~ FOOTE
D26. One running for work? ~ BOOTLEGGER
D30. ___-eyed (naive) ~ DEWY
D27. Latin land descriptor ~ FIRMA
D32. Restaurant hostess's command ~ FOLLOWME
D29. Joins ~ WELDS
D35. Typed in ~ ENTERED
D32. Scolding wife: Var. ~ XANTIPPE
D36. Final portion ~ TAIL
D33. Handle incorrectly? ~ MISTITLE
D37. Scrubbers ~ LOOFAHS
D35. Price-manipulating group ~ POOL
D38. Retro restaurant ~ AUTOMAT
D36. Retinue ~ CORTEGE
D40. Like Ma and Pa Kettle ~ FOLKSY
D38. Top-of-the-line ~ CLASSA
D41. Some religious observances ~ FASTS
D39. Rug rat ~ MOPPET
D42. Bets on ~ BACKS
D41. It may be blind ~ FAITH
D44. Good sign? ~ HALO
D43. Gasconade ~ BRAG
D45. Stick ~ POKE
D44. Name equivalent to Hans or Ivan ~ SEAN
D46. Low-grade?: Abbr. ~ ELEM
D45. Tear up ~ MIST
D47. 1987 Costner role ~ NESS
D46. Military band ~ SASH
D50. Coca-Cola drink brand ~ HIC
D49. Father of Hophni and Phinehas, in the Bible ~ ELI

xd@saul.pw