Comparison for nyt2004-06-21

  • Title: 9/27/01 BEDTIME
  • Author: by Fred Piscop, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, June 21, 2004
  • Author: Craig Kasper
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Key West mollusk ~ CONCH
A1. End-of-week cry ~ TGIF
A6. Actress Virna ~ LISI
A5. Makes, as tea ~ BREWS
A10. Female WWII group ~ WACS
A10. Wise ___ owl ~ ASAN
A14. Crosswise, on a ship ~ ABEAM
A14. Folk singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
A15. Algerian port ~ ORAN
A15. Soprano Callas ~ MARIA
A16. Dr. Pavlov ~ IVAN
A16. Popular building block ~ LEGO
A17. Day/Hudson film ~ PILLOWTALK
A17. 1959 Doris Day/Rock Hudson comedy ~ PILLOWTALK
A19. Folk history ~ LORE
A19. Actress Singer of "Footloose" ~ LORI
A20. Spill the beans ~ TELL
A20. Victor's entitlement ~ SPOILS
A21. Kick out ~ OUST
A21. Errors ~ MISCUES
A22. Martini morsel ~ OLIVE
A23. See 24-Across ~ GOD
A23. Fraternal fellows ~ ELKS
A24. With 23-Across, Neptune, e.g. ~ SEA
A25. Duke in Cooperstown ~ SNIDER
A26. Back street ~ ALLEY
A26. Bring under control ~ SUBDUE
A27. Clearance item's caveat ~ ASIS
A29. Donnybrook ~ MELEE
A29. Wrestler's win ~ PIN
A31. Betelgeuse's constellation ~ ORION
A30. Had a bite ~ ATE
A32. Annoy ~ EATAT
A31. Disposable pen maker ~ BIC
A33. "Well, __-di-dah!" ~ LAH
A32. Davenport ~ SOFA
A36. Policy provision, perhaps ~ BLANKETCOVERAGE
A33. Church official ~ DEACON
A39. Conscription org. ~ SSS
A37. What a full insurance policy offers ~ BLANKETCOVERAGE
A40. Discover by chance ~ HITON
A40. Bronze and stainless steel ~ ALLOYS
A41. More up-to-date ~ NEWER
A41. Bed size smaller than full ~ TWIN
A42. Showed again ~ RERAN
A42. ___ Paul's seafood ~ MRS
A43. Fans' spot ~ STANDS
A43. Spider's prey ~ FLY
A44. Amicus __ ~ CURIAE
A44. Conger or moray ~ EEL
A47. Folk singer Phil ~ OCHS
A45. Mosquito repellent ingredient ~ DEET
A48. Without letup ~ ONEND
A46. First lady after Hillary ~ LAURA
A49. Guitar device ~ CAPO
A49. Put two and two together? ~ ADD
A51. Beer, slangily ~ SUDS
A50. California's Big ___ ~ SUR
A55. Building extension ~ WING
A51. Evidence in court ~ EXHIBIT
A56. Pianist's purchase ~ SHEETMUSIC
A53. Tetley competitor ~ SALADA
A58. Novel ending ~ ETTE
A56. Radio tuner ~ DIAL
A59. Beachgoer's worry ~ BURN
A57. Piano player's aid ~ SHEETMUSIC
A60. Where the action is ~ ARENA
A60. France, under Caesar ~ GAUL
A61. Letter starter ~ DEAR
A61. "___ Doone" (1869 novel) ~ LORNA
A62. Novelist Oz ~ AMOS
A62. Not us ~ THEM
A63. Exodus commemoration ~ SEDER
A63. Building additions ~ ELLS
D1. Queeg, e.g.: Abbr. ~ CAPT
A64. Vote into office ~ ELECT
D2. Big Apple stage award ~ OBIE
A65. Jekyll's alter ego ~ HYDE
D3. Singer Carter ~ NELL
D1. Bugler's evening call ~ TAPS
D4. Came to visit ~ CALLEDON
D2. Hang on tight? ~ GRIP
D5. Med. plan ~ HMO
D3. Not according to Mr. Spock ~ ILLOGICAL
D6. Yoga position ~ LOTUS
D4. Shakespearean volumes ~ FOLIOS
D7. 401(k) cousins ~ IRAS
D5. Some luxury cars ~ BMWS
D8. Skeptic's grain ~ SALT
D6. Squealer ~ RAT
D9. Squid's weapon ~ INK
D7. Time in history ~ ERA
D10. "Steamboat __" (historic cartoon) ~ WILLIE
D8. "The Flintstones" mother ~ WILMA
D11. Steer clear of ~ AVOID
D9. Pseudonym of H. H. Munro ~ SAKI
D12. Make a jack-o'-lantern ~ CARVE
D10. Post-danger signal ~ ALLCLEAR
D13. Look of scorn ~ SNEER
D11. 1988 Olympics host ~ SEOUL
D18. Responded to reveille ~ WOKE
D12. Be of one mind ~ AGREE
D22. Tither's contribution ~ ONETENTH
D13. Clamorous ~ NOISY
D24. Dolt ~ LUNKHEAD
D18. Outdated ~ OLD
D25. Serb or Croat ~ SLAV
D22. Lustrous fabric ~ SATEEN
D26. Weeps audibly ~ SOBS
D24. Go (through), as evidence ~ SIFT
D27. WWW addresses ~ URLS
D25. Made into law ~ ENACTED
D28. Skewed view ~ BIAS
D27. "Mamma Mia" pop group ~ ABBA
D29. Georgia city ~ MACON
D28. Window box location ~ SILL
D30. Thames town ~ ETON
D29. Verse-writing ~ POESY
D32. Sundance's girlfriend ~ ETTA
D30. Tablet with ibuprofen ~ ADVIL
D33. Court surface, maybe ~ LAWN
D32. Bygone space station ~ SKYLAB
D34. Matured ~ AGED
D34. Averse to picture-taking ~ CAMERASHY
D35. One of a matched set ~ HERS
D35. Meanie ~ OGRE
D37. De Valera's land ~ EIRE
D36. Home in a tree ~ NEST
D38. Give comfort to ~ REASSURE
D38. Without any extras ~ NOFRILLS
D42. Leaner beater ~ RINGER
D39. Was beholden to ~ OWED
D43. Caber tosser ~ SCOT
D45. University of Minnesota campus site ~ DULUTH
D44. Browbeaten ~ COWED
D46. Overhang ~ LEDGE
D45. Striker's shout ~ UNITE
D47. Like some symmetry ~ AXIAL
D46. Oscar de la __ ~ RENTA
D48. Mover's rental ~ UHAUL
D47. Some tourneys ~ OPENS
D49. Playwright ___ Fugard ~ ATHOL
D49. Buddy ~ CHUM
D50. Uncle ___ ~ SAM
D50. Prefix for nautical ~ AERO
D52. Ireland, the Emerald ___ ~ ISLE
D52. No longer mint ~ USED
D53. Ballpark figure? ~ STAT
D53. Enjoy a banquet ~ DINE
D54. Went out, as a fire ~ DIED
D54. "The Lion King" villain ~ SCAR
D55. Pinnacle ~ ACME
D56. Entrepreneur-aiding org. ~ SBA
D58. Before, in 29-Down ~ ERE
D57. More: Sp. ~ MAS
D59. Business letter abbr. ~ ENC

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