Comparison for nyt2009-03-26

  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, April 3, 1997
  • Author: Richard Hughes
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, March 26, 2009
  • Author: Edward Safran
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Tries to take (out) ~ ASKS
A1. What you might push a pushpin in ~ CORK
A5. Mischievous ~ ELFIN
A5. Dimwit, in Yiddish slang ~ GOLEM
A10. Novelist Mario Vargas Llosa's home ~ PERU
A10. International company with the slogan "Home away from home" ~ ELAL
A14. Carnival tune ~ LILT
A14. North African city captured by the Allies in 1942 ~ ORAN
A15. Actor Greene ~ LORNE
A15. In unison ~ ASONE
A16. 40's foe ~ AXIS
A16. 1899 gold rush locale ~ NOME
A17. Think of it! ~ IDEA
A17. A la ___ (nearby: Sp.) ~ MANO
A18. Swiftly ~ APACE
A18. David ___ George, British P.M., 1916-22 ~ LLOYD
A19. Nicaragua's second-largest city ~ LEON
A19. New growth ~ TWIG
A20. Start of a quote from Emily Dickinson ~ ALITTLEMADNESS
A20. Start of a poem by Emily Dickinson that continues "But God be with the Clown, / Who ponders this tremendous scene" ~ ALITTLEMADNESS
A23. Direction in music ~ SEGUE
A23. Levels ~ TIERS
A24. Picks up readings on ~ SENSES
A24. Barker of the Cleveland Indians who pitched a perfect game in 1981 ~ LEN
A25. Poet's preposition ~ ERE
A25. Increases ~ ADDSTO
A27. Indoor-outdoor rooms ~ ATRIA
A28. Refuge for David, in the Bible ~ DEADSEA
A31. Common street name ~ ELM
A32. Eur. monarchy ~ NOR
A34. Part 2 of the quote ~ INTHESPRING
A33. Poem, part 2 ~ INTHESPRING
A39. Feeding time sound ~ MEOW
A36. Christmas verse starter ~ TWAS
A41. Set of beliefs ~ CREDO
A38. Radio geek ~ HAM
A42. Initial offering? ~ ANTE
A39. Former Nebraska senator James ~ EXON
A43. Part 3 of the quote ~ ISWHOLESOME
A40. Poem, part 3 ~ ISWHOLESOME
A46. John ___ Passos ~ DOS
A45. "... ___ he drove out of sight" ~ ERE
A47. Time for a coffee break, maybe ~ TENAM
A46. Chinese porcelain with a pale green glaze ~ CELADON
A48. Lunch on ~ EAT
A47. Sleep disturbers ~ ALARMS
A50. Rags ~ TEASES
A49. Sedona maker ~ KIA
A55. Esteem ~ VALUE
A50. Puts in a snug spot ~ TUCKS
A59. End of the quote ~ EVENFORTHEKING
A52. Poem, part 4 ~ EVENFORTHEKING
A62. Tel ___ ~ AVIV
A58. Warren who founded a rental car company ~ AVIS
A63. Run with one's mouth open? ~ AEIOU
A59. Chew the scenery ~ EMOTE
A64. Arab chieftain ~ EMIR
A60. Spray target ~ ODOR
A65. Strike out ~ DELE
A61. Pull-down list ~ MENU
A66. Not wait one's turn ~ CUTIN
A62. Fix ~ RIVET
A67. Communion, e.g. ~ RITE
A63. It runs parallel to the radius ~ ULNA
A68. It's unique ~ ONER
A64. Teacher's before-class work ~ PREP
A69. Transport ~ TRUCK
A65. Volume unit ~ STERE
A70. Opposite of 65-Across ~ STET
A66. Overbrim (with) ~ TEEM
D1. You may assume it ~ ALIAS
D1. 1977 best seller set at Boston Memorial Hospital ~ COMA
D2. Move somewhat furtively ~ SIDLE
D2. ___ contraceptive ~ ORAL
D3. Certain movie light: Var. ~ KLEIG
D3. Queen of Bollywood ~ RANI
D4. Michelangelo's "Pieta," e.g. ~ STATUE
D4. Funnyman Don ~ KNOTTS
D5. Overseas carrier ~ ELAL
D5. Shipping mainstay of the 1600s ~ GALLEON
D6. Runs ~ LOPES
D6. Physician William ~ OSLER
D7. Formulate ~ FRAME
D7. Appears imminent ~ LOOMS
D8. Like some ancient ruins ~ INCAN
D8. Singer with the 2008 gold record "And Winter Came ..." ~ ENYA
D9. Exigencies ~ NEEDS
D9. Acts the yenta ~ MEDDLES
D10. Athletic training site, in Greek antiquity ~ PALESTRA
D10. Double ___ ~ ENTENDRE
D11. Divorcees ~ EXES
D11. The worst of times ~ LOWS
D12. Portuguese rivers ~ RIOS
D12. "Lucky Jim" novelist, 1954 ~ AMIS
D13. American mil. wing ~ USN
D13. Relay division ~ LEG
D21. Actress Garr ~ TERI
D21. South American monkey ~ TITI
D22. Certain tide ~ NEAP
D22. ___ tide ~ NEAP
D26. Postal letters? ~ ENCL
D25. Monkeyshine ~ ANTIC
D28. Peel ~ RIND
D26. Divine water ~ DOWSE
D29. Division word ~ INTO
D27. Say with two syllables where one would do, say ~ DRAWL
D30. Seeming eternity ~ AGES
D28. Promotional item ~ DEMO
D31. Spew ~ EMIT
D29. Philly hoopster ~ SIXER
D32. ___-majeste ~ LESE
D30. Extremely large, old-style ~ ENORM
D33. Cut ~ MOWN
D31. 1985 Meg Tilly title role ~ AGNES
D35. Italian number ~ TRE
D34. In the past ~ THEN
D36. Stag goers ~ HES
D35. Is afflicted by ~ HAS
D37. Old Tokyo ~ EDO
D37. Reorganizes drastically ~ SHAKESUP
D38. A little ~ SOME
D41. Figure in the Edda ~ ODIN
D40. "Anything you say" ~ WHATEVER
D42. They have no ties ~ LOAFERS
D44. Eclipse, maybe ~ OMEN
D43. Rain forest implement ~ MACHETE
D45. Overhang ~ EAVE
D44. Sommer of Hollywood ~ ELKE
D49. Selfish ones ~ TAKERS
D48. Try to see ~ ASKOUT
D51. "Is that ___?!" ~ AFACT
D50. Antique dealer's happy discovery ~ TROVE
D52. Frere's sister ~ SOEUR
D51. Articulate ~ UTTER
D53. Verdi aria ~ ERITU
D52. Anytime ~ EVER
D54. Zeno follower ~ STOIC
D53. Melon's site ~ VINE
D56. Restrict ~ LIMIT
D54. Drop ~ OMIT
D57. Join ~ UNITE
D55. Fallow ~ IDLE
D58. Plume's source ~ EGRET
D56. "___ But the Brave" (1965 Sinatra film) ~ NONE
D59. Flat ~ EVEN
D57. Elderly relative, informally ~ GRAM
D60. Revolting ~ VILE
D58. Crank (up) ~ AMP
D61. "Baywatch" type ~ HUNK
D62. Foofaraw ~ ADO

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