Comparison for nyt2009-03-30

  • Title: December 16, 2008 - "Moving Along"
  • Author: By Randall J. Hartman
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, March 30, 2009
  • Author: Andrea Carla Michaels
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Postgame summary ~ RECAP
A1. Side of a doorway ~ JAMB
A6. "A Streetcar Named Desire" director Kazan ~ ELIA
A5. 1928 Oscar winner Jannings ~ EMIL
A10. Christian of fashion ~ DIOR
A9. ___ and dangerous ~ ARMED
A14. Joe Louis, for one ~ ARENA
A14. Actor Morales ~ ESAI
A15. Squad of convicts ~ GANG
A15. Western locale called the Biggest Little City in the World ~ RENO
A16. Canisius rival ~ IONA
A16. Late hotel queen Helmsley ~ LEONA
A17. Possession ~ SINGLEOCCUPANCY
A17. Small hotel room specification ~ SINGLEOCCUPANCY
A20. Teacher's fave ~ PET
A20. Modern workout system ~ TAEBO
A21. Composer Satie ~ ERIK
A21. Fan sound ~ WHIR
A22. "Maybe" ~ ILLSEE
A22. "Hel-l-lp!" ~ SOS
A23. Granola grains ~ OATS
A23. Capone and Pacino ~ ALS
A24. Scheming ~ SLY
A25. Sticky stuff ~ GOO
A25. Snatch/grab ~ DOUBLETAKE
A27. 1944 thriller with Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck ~ DOUBLEINDEMNITY
A29. "Dracula" writer Stoker ~ BRAM
A36. ___-bitty ~ ITTY
A33. iPhone maker ~ APPLE
A37. Falco of "The Sopranos" ~ EDIE
A34. Former space shuttle destination ~ MIR
A38. Ad ___ per aspera (Kansas' motto) ~ ASTRA
A35. Tackle box item ~ LURE
A39. Former AT&T rival ~ GTE
A36. Kill a bill ~ VETO
A40. Princess Diana's family name ~ SPENCER
A37. Range option ~ AMANA
A42. Suffix with president ~ IAL
A39. Piccadilly Circus statue ~ EROS
A43. Eagle's nest ~ AERIE
A40. ___ Maiden ~ IRON
A45. Trojan War hero ~ AJAX
A41. Body art, briefly ~ TAT
A46. Years, in Latin ~ ANNI
A42. Lots and lots ~ REAMS
A47. Baked dessert with lemon filling, maybe ~ TRIPLELAYERCAKE
A43. "Consarn it!" ~ DANG
A50. Partner of long. in a G.P.S. location ~ LAT
A44. Perform/act/portray ~ TRIPLEPLAY
A51. Small pouch ~ SAC
A47. Word with Ben or Bertha ~ BIG
A52. "___ sells seashells by the seashore" (tongue twister) ~ SHE
A48. Pitches in ~ AIDS
A54. Bulletin board fastener ~ TACK
A49. Sportscaster Marv ~ ALBERT
A58. Oliver's love in "As You Like It" ~ CELIA
A53. High point ~ ACME
A62. Serious heart surgery ~ QUADRUPLEBYPASS
A54. West of Hollywood ~ MAE
A65. Brink ~ VERGE
A57. Avoid/shun/skirt/eschew ~ QUADRUPLEBYPASS
A66. Continental money ~ EURO
A60. Like some crowds ~ UGLY
A67. Author Morrison ~ TONI
A61. Way out ~ DOOR
A68. Words to live by ~ CREED
A62. Absorb a loss ~ EATIT
A69. TV's warrior princess ~ XENA
A63. Poses a poser ~ ASKS
A70. Former jets to J.F.K. ~ SSTS
A64. Nicole and Mimi, to Tom ~ EXES
D1. Words said in fun ~ JEST
A65. Restaurant row? ~ SCENE
D2. Where India is ~ ASIA
D1. Talk like a thug ~ RASP
D3. Lion's hair ~ MANE
D2. Lake next to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ~ ERIE
D4. Chronic whiner ~ BIGBABY
D3. It's not much ~ CENT
D5. Before, poetically ~ ERE
D4. "Sense and Sensibility" director Lee ~ ANG
D6. Cat's plaint ~ MEOW
D5. Part of IPA ~ PALEALE
D7. 1/12 of a foot ~ INCH
D6. Self-centered sort ~ EGOIST
D8. Graph points ~ LOCI
D7. Shortage ~ LACK
D9. Swiss peak ~ ALP
D8. Magazine for CEOs ~ INC
D10. Deduces ~ REASONS
D9. Diva Christina ~ AGUILERA
D11. Not stereo ~ MONO
D10. Old phone feature ~ DIAL
D12. Letter attachments: Abbr. ~ ENCS
D11. Cyclotron particles ~ IONS
D13. When the sun shines ~ DAY
D12. Back in the day ~ ONCE
D18. Laze about ~ LOLL
D13. Comedienne Martha ~ RAYE
D19. Impulse ~ URGE
D18. Former Harper's Bazaar artist ~ ERTE
D24. Ooze ~ SEEP
D19. Carry on ~ PLY
D26. Poet Khayyám ~ OMAR
D23. Rectangular ~ OBLONG
D27. Probe persistently ~ DIGAT
D24. Birthday suit material? ~ SKIN
D28. Stream critter ~ OTTER
D25. Jay's late-night competition ~ DAVID
D29. Wombs ~ UTERI
D26. La Scala feature ~ OPERA
D30. Like a score of 10 for 10 ~ IDEAL
D27. "The Flivver King" author Sinclair ~ UPTON
D31. Japanese fighter ~ NINJA
D28. Valuable violin ~ AMATI
D32. Go bad, as teeth ~ DECAY
D29. Swear word deletions ~ BLEEPS
D33. Singer Turner's autobiography ~ ITINA
D30. From the boondocks ~ RURAL
D34. Drug that calms the nerves, slangily ~ TRANK
D31. Pizzeria draw ~ AROMA
D35. New Haven collegian ~ YALIE
D32. Like some divorces ~ MESSY
D40. Actress Ward ~ SELA
D37. Certain swagger ~ ATTITUDE
D41. Old flames ~ EXES
D38. Helgenberger of "CSI" ~ MARG
D44. Start of a daily school recital ~ IPLEDGE
D42. Fly-by-nighters? ~ REDEYES
D46. Opposite of refuses ~ ACCEPTS
D45. Indianapolis cagers ~ PACERS
D48. "___, Brute?" ~ ETTU
D46. Tire swing support, frequently ~ LIMB
D49. Bordering on pornographic ~ RACY
D47. "I'm c-c-cold!" ~ BRR
D52. Litigant ~ SUER
D49. Greenish blue ~ AQUA
D53. Tortoise's race opponent ~ HARE
D50. Schleps ~ LUGS
D55. Peak ~ APEX
D51. Pitcher's miscue ~ BALK
D56. Word in many a Nancy Drew title ~ CLUE
D52. Slow Churned ice cream brand ~ EDYS
D57. "Show Boat" composer Jerome ~ KERN
D53. Soothing balm ~ ALOE
D59. Neighbor of Vietnam ~ LAOS
D54. Eve, to Adam ~ MATE
D60. "Money ___ everything" ~ ISNT
D55. Z ___ zebra ~ ASIN
D61. Sale tag caution ~ ASIS
D56. Ferrara ruling family ~ ESTE
D62. Shopping channel ~ QVC
D58. Curse ~ POX
D63. Scarlet ~ RED
D59. ___-10 Conference ~ PAC
D64. Feathered neckwear ~ BOA

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