Comparison for nyt2005-06-08

  • Title: July 19, 2002 - "You've Got Tail"
  • Author: By Raymond Hamel
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  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, June 8, 2005
  • Author: Richard Chisholm
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Pas' partners ~ MAS
A1. Winter Palace ruler ~ TSAR
A4. Detach from the bottle ~ WEAN
A5. Convinced ~ SOLD
A8. Moral precept ~ ETHIC
A9. "Let me demonstrate …" ~ WATCH
A13. Hawaiian state bird ~ NENE
A14. Winter coating ~ RIME
A14. Looney Tunes company ~ ACME
A15. Manitoba native ~ CREE
A15. Actress Dunne ~ IRENE
A16. Attu dweller ~ ALEUT
A16. Rim ~ EDGE
A17. Black cat, to some ~ OMEN
A17. It rests on the violin ~ CHIN
A18. Iranian cash ~ RIAL
A18. "Beau ___" ~ GESTE
A19. Wild guesses ~ STABS
A19. Futile activity ~ WILDGOOSECHASE
A20. Futile search ~ WILDGOOSECHASE
A22. Popular exercise program ~ TAEBO
A23. Actor Wallach ~ ELI
A23. Camera parts ~ SHUTTERS
A24. Go for a seat ~ RUN
A25. Pelted from the sky ~ SLEETED
A25. Applicant for a civil union, maybe ~ GAY
A28. Bean, green and queen ~ RHYMES
A26. Old hand ~ PRO
A29. Part of two state names ~ DAKOTA
A28. Draw support from ~ LEANON
A32. Drunk-skunk connection ~ ASA
A30. Delta rival: Abbr. ~ UAL
A33. Springtime event ~ EASTEREGGHUNT
A31. "Any day now" ~ SOON
A38. "___ Darlin'" (1959 song) ~ LIL
A32. Cultured fare? ~ YOGURT
A39. "I've already been to that movie" ~ SEENIT
A34. "Ask!" ~ SHOOT
A40. "Put your back ___!" ~ INTOIT
A35. Activity with a list ~ SCAVENGERHUNT
A44. Gloucester's domain ~ DUKEDOM
A38. Actor Keach ~ STACY
A48. Part of a logon ~ USERNAME
A39. Use again, as a Ziploc ~ RESEAL
A51. When it's warm in Chile ~ ENERO
A40. Dismantled ship ~ HULK
A52. Best selling board game of 1983 ~ TRIVIALPURSUIT
A41. Brown of renown ~ LES
A55. Paris divider ~ SEINE
A42. Fire breather ~ DRAGON
A56. G.I. Joe has one ~ SCAR
A46. Brian of ambient music ~ ENO
A57. "Ricochet" actor ~ ICET
A47. Sushi selection ~ EEL
A58. Los Angeles skaters ~ KINGS
A48. Vane dir. ~ SSE
A59. Business letter opener ~ SIRS
A49. Beryl, e.g. ~ ORE
A60. He goes "Jaywalking" ~ LENO
A50. Game with pies ~ TRIVIALPURSUIT
A61. Gut-wrenching feeling ~ ANGST
A54. Miss by ___ ~ AMILE
A62. Scandinavian epic ~ EDDA
A55. Famous Amos ~ TORI
A63. Expensive flight ~ SST
A56. It may thicken ~ PLOT
D1. Occurring in the middle ~ MEDIAL
A57. Usher, perhaps ~ SEEIN
D2. "The Ice Storm" director ~ ANGLEE
A58. Go to work on Time? ~ EDIT
D3. Places of growth and development ~ SEEDBEDS
A59. Sleeper ___ ~ CELL
D4. Texas city where Dr. Pepper was created ~ WACO
A60. Atlas feature ~ INSET
D5. Narcissus rejected her ~ ECHO
A61. Univ. offerings ~ DEGS
D6. Not quite right ~ AMISS
A62. Suit to ___ ~ ATEE
D7. Singer Cherry ~ NENEH
D1. Mason's tool ~ TROWEL
D8. Pizza slice, often ~ EIGHTH
D2. "Sick as a dog," for instance ~ SIMILE
D9. Foreign Relations Committee consideration ~ TREATY
D3. ___ Island, Fla. ~ AMELIA
D10. "Head of the Class" actor ~ HESSEMAN
D4. Tear apart ~ REND
D11. Bank addition ~ INTEREST
D5. Dumpster-dive, say ~ SCROUNGE
D12. Copyright letter ~ CEE
D6. Hunter of myth ~ ORION
D13. Salamanders ~ NEWTS
D7. Places to graze ~ LEAS
D20. Reached ~ GOTAT
D8. Primary selections ~ DELEGATES
D21. "Dirty dog" ~ CUR
D9. Wishy-___ ~ WASHY
D24. New Deal org. ~ SSA
D10. Utah ski resort ~ ALTA
D26. Squeeze (out) ~ EKE
D11. Small dosage amount ~ TEASPOON
D27. British bombshell Diana ~ DORS
D12. 2, to 8 ~ CUBEROOT
D30. Tiger's start, in two different ways ~ TEE
D13. Elevs. ~ HTS
D31. Like fine wine ~ AGED
D21. "Cool!" ~ GROOVY
D33. German genius ~ EINSTEIN
D22. "Silent" prez ~ CAL
D34. Making new hems, e.g. ~ ALTERING
D27. Minn. neighbor ~ ONT
D35. Striped antelope ~ GNU
D29. Hudson River town ~ NYACK
D36. Trail follower ~ HIKER
D30. Impulses ~ URGES
D37. Forks and spoons ~ UTENSILS
D31. Legendary grid coach Don ~ SHULA
D38. Lucy who played one of "Charlie's Angels" ~ LIU
D33. Like bush pigs and guinea pigs ~ UNRELATED
D41. Shuttle seals ~ ORINGS
D34. Generous one ~ SHARER
D42. Buy stocks, perhaps ~ INVEST
D35. Daring stand-ins ~ STUNTMEN
D43. Mai ___ ~ TAI
D36. Food label figure ~ CALORIES
D45. Losers to treys ~ DEUCES
D37. Hearts and diamonds ~ REDSUITS
D46. Point in the right direction ~ ORIENT
D38. "___ Loves Me" ~ SHE
D47. "Don't Tread on Me," e.g. ~ MOTTO
D41. Wahine wear ~ LEI
D49. Pool shot ~ MASSE
D43. Lancelot player in "Camelot" ~ GOULET
D50. Rodrigo Díaz de Bivar ~ ELCID
D44. American League bird ~ ORIOLE
D53. Old West pal ~ PARD
D45. Irritate ~ NETTLE
D54. Nocturnal bear? ~ URSA
D47. Javelin, e.g. ~ EVENT
D55. Calypso offshoot ~ SKA
D48. Mistletoe bit ~ SPRIG

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