Comparison for nyt2006-10-18

  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, January 25, 2006
  • Author: John Farmer
  • Editor: Will Shortz
E
R
I
K
#
I
S
S
U
E
#
J
A
M
B
L
O
C
I
#
L
L
A
M
A
#
O
B
I
E
K
T
E
L
#
L
E
M
A
T
#
W
E
N
D
S
C
R
O
O
G
E
#
#
M
I
L
T
I
E
#
#
#
#
B
O
T
C
H
E
D
#
#
#
#
#
O
T
R
A
#
S
H
A
#
I
V
A
N
A
S
C
H
E
M
E
#
A
L
A
#
A
R
O
N
T
H
E
M
A
N
F
R
O
M
U
N
C
L
E
U
R
D
U
#
D
E
L
#
A
N
Y
H
O
W
B
E
A
S
T
#
L
E
G
#
P
A
Y
S
#
#
#
#
#
H
O
L
Y
O
K
E
#
#
#
#
F
E
S
T
E
R
#
#
W
I
G
G
I
L
Y
O
M
O
O
#
B
A
B
E
L
#
O
R
E
O
X
M
A
S
#
I
D
E
S
T
#
B
O
N
Y
Y
A
K
S
#
T
E
N
T
S
#
I
N
T
O
  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, October 18, 2006
  • Author: John Farmer
  • Editor: Will Shortz
A
C
D
C
#
M
E
S
A
S
#
J
A
V
A
W
A
I
L
#
E
X
A
L
T
#
O
X
E
N
E
S
A
U
#
T
E
M
P
O
#
W
E
N
T
#
A
L
B
E
R
T
#
#
W
I
L
L
I
E
#
#
#
#
L
E
E
C
H
E
D
#
#
#
#
C
L
A
R
E
#
R
H
O
#
O
V
U
M
#
W
O
M
E
N
S
#
A
B
O
#
A
N
I
N
T
H
E
M
A
N
F
R
O
M
U
N
C
L
E
S
A
B
U
#
L
O
L
#
B
R
Y
A
N
T
#
N
A
S
A
#
R
E
D
#
G
A
P
E
S
#
#
#
#
L
A
D
Y
E
V
E
#
#
#
#
M
I
L
T
I
E
#
#
F
E
S
T
E
R
#
U
T
A
H
#
S
A
B
I
N
#
A
D
A
M
S
E
M
I
#
O
N
E
N
D
#
P
I
C
A
T
M
E
N
#
P
I
N
E
S
#
S
T
E
W
A1. Composer Satie ~ ERIK
A1. "Back in Black" rock band ~ ACDC
A5. Progeny ~ ISSUE
A5. Tablelands ~ MESAS
A10. Doorway part ~ JAMB
A10. Diner cuppa ~ JAVA
A14. Math sets ~ LOCI
A14. Yowl ~ WAIL
A15. Sure-footed mountain animal ~ LLAMA
A15. Hail ~ EXALT
A16. Village Voice award ~ OBIE
A16. Plowers ~ OXEN
A17. Record label with many collections ~ KTEL
A17. Jacob's brother ~ ESAU
A18. Actor Paul of "American Graffiti" ~ LEMAT
A18. Pace ~ TEMPO
A19. Proceed ~ WEND
A19. Proceeded ~ WENT
A20. *Disney's ___ McDuck ~ SCROOGE
A20. *Title fellow in a 1971 #1 McCartney hit ~ ALBERT
A22. *Mr. Television ~ MILTIE
A22. *Amorous alcoholic in "The Philadelphia Story" ~ WILLIE
A24. Muffed ~ BOTCHED
A24. Was a parasite ~ LEECHED
A27. ___ vez (again): Sp. ~ OTRA
A27. County north of Limerick ~ CLARE
A30. Manfred Mann's "___ La La" ~ SHA
A31. P, to Plato ~ RHO
A31. Ex of the Donald ~ IVANA
A32. Egg ~ OVUM
A36. Plot ~ SCHEME
A36. ___ studies (modern college major) ~ WOMENS
A38. Like ~ ALA
A38. Blood type syst. ~ ABO
A40. Elvis ___ Presley ~ ARON
A40. Has ___ with ~ ANIN
A41. Hit 1960's TV show with a hint to the nine starred clues in this puzzle ~ THEMANFROMUNCLE
A42. 1960's TV hit … whose last word completes the answers to the nine starred clues ~ THEMANFROMUNCLE
A44. Karachi tongue ~ URDU
A45. "Jungle Book" star, 1942 ~ SABU
A45. Actress Dolores ___ Rio ~ DEL
A46. Online chortle ~ LOL
A46. All the same ~ ANYHOW
A47. "To a Waterfowl" poet ~ BRYANT
A47. Monster ~ BEAST
A48. High-flier's org.? ~ NASA
A49. Journey part ~ LEG
A50. Cabernet, e.g. ~ RED
A51. Is profitable ~ PAYS
A52. Displays 1-Down ~ GAPES
A52. Mount ___ (oldest of the Seven Sisters) ~ HOLYOKE
A53. 1941 Stanwyck/Fonda comedy, with "The" ~ LADYEVE
A55. *"Highly charged" character on "The Addams Family" ~ FESTER
A56. *Mr. Television ~ MILTIE
A59. *Gentleman rabbit of children's lit ~ WIGGILY
A60. *One of TV's Addams family ~ FESTER
A64. Melville novel ~ OMOO
A64. Locale of 1869's Golden Spike ~ UTAH
A65. Hubbub ~ BABEL
A65. Polio vaccine developer ~ SABIN
A68. "Got Milk?" ad partner ~ OREO
A68. Garden party? ~ ADAM
A69. John Lennon's "Happy ___ (War Is Over)" ~ XMAS
A70. Big rig ~ SEMI
A70. Explanatory phrase ~ IDEST
A71. Incessantly ~ ONEND
A71. Anorexic ~ BONY
A72. 12-point type ~ PICA
A72. Gabs ~ YAKS
A73. Feds ~ TMEN
A73. Camp sights ~ TENTS
A74. Some conifers ~ PINES
A74. "___ Thin Air" (1997 best seller) ~ INTO
A75. Brood (over) ~ STEW
D1. Colorado Rockies game? ~ ELKS
D1. Wonder ~ AWE
D2. Campus program, initially ~ ROTC
D2. Hombre's home ~ CASA
D3. Hockey skater, informally ~ ICER
D3. Radio part ~ DIAL
D4. Smuggler's amount ~ KILO
D4. Driver, e.g. ~ CLUB
D5. Volunteer's offer ~ ILLGO
D5. About a yard, at Scotland Yard ~ METRE
D6. Cold showers? ~ SLEETS
D6. Phillips ___ Academy ~ EXETER
D7. *Man in a star-spangled suit ~ SAM
D7. *Figure in a star-spangled hat ~ SAM
D8. Thurman of "Pulp Fiction" ~ UMA
D8. High point of a European trip? ~ ALP
D9. Wonderland cake words ~ EATME
D9. Vermont ski town ~ STOWE
D10. It may get a nip on "Nip/Tuck" ~ JOWL
D10. It hangs under the chin ~ JOWL
D11. Help in crime ~ ABET
D11. Rink move ~ AXEL
D12. Smaller than compact ~ MINI
D12. Part of a boast of Caesar ~ VENI
D13. "Adam ___" ~ BEDE
D13. Put (up) ~ ANTE
D21. Senator who wrote "Dreams From My Father" ~ OBAMA
D21. "Paride ed ___" (Gluck opera) ~ ELENA
D23. Uganda's Amin ~ IDI
D23. Punch line to "What's the longest sentence in the English language?" ~ IDO
D25. *"My Three Sons" housekeeper ~ CHARLEY
D25. *"My Three Sons" housekeeper ~ CHARLEY
D26. Nimbus ~ HALO
D26. Vagabond ~ HOBO
D27. Earth tone ~ OCHRE
D27. 100-lb. units ~ CWTS
D28. Silents star Bara ~ THEDA
D28. Actress Lindsay ~ LOHAN
D29. *Brer Rabbit tale teller ~ REMUS
D29. Bio 101 subject ~ AMEBA
D32. *Chekhov title character ~ VANYA
D30. *Brer Rabbit taleteller ~ REMUS
D33. Cockroach of literature ~ ARCHY
D33. *Chekhov title character ~ VANYA
D34. Some court pleas, slangily ~ NOLOS
D34. Open, as a toothpaste tube ~ UNCAP
D35. From the start ~ ANEW
D35. Christopher Robin's creator ~ MILNE
D36. It's ripped off at the movies ~ STUB
D37. Weekend TV staple since '75 ~ SNL
D37. Close ~ END
D39. White House fiscal grp. ~ OMB
D39. Docs' org. ~ AMA
D41. Brings home ~ NETS
D42. Hew ~ FELL
D43. Major employer in Detroit ~ FORD
D43. Let float, as a currency ~ UNPEG
D44. Yens ~ URGES
D48. Café alternative ~ THE
D49. Boxer Laila ~ ALI
D50. 1940 Marx Brothers movie ~ GOWEST
D51. Practice lexicography ~ DEFINE
D53. Elliptical path ~ ORBIT
D54. "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" writer ~ AESOP
D54. Highland attire ~ KILTS
D55. Sells ~ VENDS
D55. Cunning ~ FOXY
D56. Essential ~ MUST
D56. Madame Bovary ~ EMMA
D57. Any thing ~ ITEM
D57. Good, long bath ~ SOAK
D58. Inadequate ~ LAME
D58. Turn's partner ~ TOSS
D59. Dilute ~ THIN
D60. Asian desert ~ GOBI
D61. Lights-out signal ~ TAPS
D61. Flattener ~ IRON
D62. Blue-pencil ~ EDIT
D62. Fast time? ~ LENT
D63. Tour de France, e.g. ~ RACE
D63. It can go around the world ~ YOYO
D66. Young Darth Vader's nickname ~ ANI
D66. Drink suffix ~ ADE
D67. *Old Texas rice grower of note ~ BEN
D67. *Onetime Texas rice grower of note ~ BEN
D69. Big mouth ~ MAW

Generated on 2018-10-18
a saul.pw project