Comparison for nyt2006-12-04

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, January 5, 2004
  • Author: Allan E. Parrish
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, December 4, 2006
  • Author: Richard Chisholm
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Unwanted e-mail ~ SPAM
A1. Variety of poker ~ STUD
A5. Top spot ~ ACME
A5. Actress Rowlands ~ GENA
A9. Stupid jerk ~ SCHMO
A9. Vice president Spiro ~ AGNEW
A14. Attire for Caesar ~ TOGA
A14. Prefix with glycemic ~ HYPO
A15. Get-out-of-jail money ~ BAIL
A15. Patron saint of Norway ~ OLAV
A16. Toward the back ~ AREAR
A16. Dog's restraint ~ LEASH
A17. Writer Waugh ~ ALEC
A17. Unlock ~ OPEN
A18. "Coffee, Tea ___?" (1960's best seller) ~ ORME
A18. Not all ~ SOME
A19. Light bulb holders ~ LAMPS
A19. "Heavens to ___!" ~ BETSY
A20. "Vanilla Sky" actress ~ PENELOPECRUZ
A20. "Sahara" co-star, 2005 ~ PENELOPECRUZ
A23. Young 'un ~ LAD
A23. Capital of New Mexico ~ SANTAFE
A24. "I Like ___" ~ IKE
A24. Lagasse of the Food Network ~ EMERIL
A25. Carryall ~ TOTEBAG
A28. Shack ~ HUT
A29. Dead-on ~ EXACT
A29. Up to, briefly ~ TIL
A31. How often Santa checks his list ~ TWICE
A31. Prefix with tiller ~ ROTO
A33. Pie ___ mode ~ ALA
A32. Luggage attachment ~ IDTAG
A34. "I found it!" ~ AHA
A35. Theme ~ MOTIF
A36. Tic-tac-toe win ~ OOO
A37. Ukraine, e.g., once: Abbr. ~ SSR
A37. One who's close-mouthed ~ CLAM
A38. Trip to Tahiti, for example ~ SOUTHSEASCRUISE
A38. Maiden voyage preceder ~ SHAKEDOWNCRUISE
A41. What andirons support ~ LOG
A43. City near Osaka ~ KOBE
A42. Blocked from sunlight ~ SHADY
A44. Live ~ ARE
A43. Result of a hit by a leadoff batter ~ ONEON
A45. "___ the ramparts ..." ~ OER
A44. Med. school subject ~ ANAT
A46. Human's cousin ~ APE
A46. "Pick a card, ___ card" ~ ANY
A47. Old-time oath ~ EGADS
A47. Getting on in years ~ OLD
A49. 1960's tripper Timothy ~ LEARY
A48. Shooting star ~ METEOR
A53. Best Picture of 1997 ~ TITANIC
A50. Italian city on the Adriatic ~ TRIESTE
A55. 3 on a sundial ~ III
A54. Groups collecting litter ~ CLEANUPCREWS
A57. Grassy area ~ LEA
A57. Ones attracted to flames ~ MOTHS
A58. Ballpark maintenance groups ~ GROUNDSCREWS
A60. ___ Hashanah ~ ROSH
A61. Pulitzer winner ___ Jefferson ~ MARGO
A61. Landed (on) ~ ALIT
A64. Unaccompanied ~ LONE
A62. Sharpshooter Oakley ~ ANNIE
A65. Bush's ___ of Evil ~ AXIS
A63. "Puppy Love" singer Paul ~ ANKA
A66. Be of use ~ AVAIL
A64. Heredity unit ~ GENE
A67. Swear ~ AVER
A65. All gone, as food ~ EATEN
A68. Nothing more than ~ MERE
A66. Ship's petty officer, informally ~ BOSN
A69. Crown sparkler ~ JEWEL
A67. To be: Lat. ~ ESSE
A70. Zany Martha ~ RAYE
D1. Mall units ~ SHOPS
A71. Waterfront walkway ~ PIER
D2. Aggressive, as a personality ~ TYPEA
D1. Paper clip alternative ~ STAPLE
D3. Ivy League school in Phila. ~ UPENN
D2. Medieval weapon ~ POLEAX
D4. Words after "been there" ~ DONETHAT
D3. Meeting plan ~ AGENDA
D5. Become lenient (on) ~ GOSOFT
D4. Nutmeg spice ~ MACE
D6. Act on a sudden itching for a hitching ~ ELOPE
D5. "You can't judge ___ by its cover" ~ ABOOK
D7. Title ~ NAME
D6. Wall-to-wall installation ~ CARPET
D8. With: Fr. ~ AVEC
D7. Charades player ~ MIME
D9. Photo book ~ ALBUM
D8. November event ~ ELECTION
D10. Codger ~ GEEZER
D9. Military action? ~ SALUTE
D11. Singer ___ King Cole ~ NAT
D10. Fad ~ CRAZE
D12. Letter before tee ~ ESS
D11. Skirt stitching ~ HEM
D13. Philosopher's question ~ WHY
D12. Atlas page ~ MAP
D21. Guffaws ~ LAUGHS
D13. Hosp. areas ~ ORS
D22. Archaeological find ~ RELIC
D21. Supple ~ LITHE
D25. O'Donnell of "The View" ~ ROSIE
D22. Highly ornate ~ ROCOCO
D26. "___ easy to fall in love" (1977 lyric) ~ ITSSO
D26. "___ Ha'i" ~ BALI
D27. Sophia of "Two Women" ~ LOREN
D27. "Oh, woe!" ~ ALAS
D29. Fawner ~ TOADY
D28. Charades, e.g. ~ GAME
D30. ___-bitsy ~ ITSY
D30. Wedding reception centerpiece ~ CAKE
D32. Muhammad's religion ~ ISLAM
D32. Impressed, and how! ~ WOWED
D33. "Lorna ___" ~ DOONE
D35. Slowly, to a conductor ~ ADAGIO
D34. Gently pull on ~ TUGAT
D37. Medical breakthrough ~ CURE
D35. Average ~ MEAN
D38. It's played with a deck of 32 cards ~ SKAT
D36. Merry play ~ FROLIC
D39. Arizona Indian ~ HOPI
D39. Stock unit ~ SHARE
D40. Aid in crime ~ ABET
D40. 20 or less, at a bar ~ UNDERAGE
D41. Delphic ~ ORACULAR
D45. Computer whiz ~ TECHIE
D42. Thing from the past ~ RELIC
D47. Parentless child ~ ORPHAN
D47. Sign up ~ ENROLL
D49. With 52-Down, showbiz's Mary-Kate and Ashley ~ OLSEN
D48. Actor Poitier ~ SIDNEY
D50. Walrus features ~ TUSKS
D50. Soviet leader ___ Kosygin ~ ALEXEI
D51. Tennis's Monica ~ SELES
D51. Provide with new cable ~ REWIRE
D52. See 49-Down ~ TWINS
D52. Arafat of the P.L.O. ~ YASSER
D53. Cosmetician Lauder ~ ESTEE
D54. Texas A & M athlete ~ AGGIE
D55. Syrian or Yemeni ~ ARAB
D56. Grenoble's river ~ ISERE
D56. Taboo ~ NONO
D59. Popular PBS science series ~ NOVA
D57. Sex kitten West ~ MAE
D60. Interstate exit ~ RAMP
D58. Go ___ rampage ~ ONA
D61. Rank below Lt. Col. ~ MAJ
D59. Explosive letters ~ TNT
D62. "___ Maria" ~ AVE
D63. Like crunchy carrots ~ RAW

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