Comparison for nyt2010-05-10

  • Title: "HAVE A SEAT" (JANUARY 19, 2005)
  • Author: By Diane C. Baldwin
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, May 10, 2010
  • Author: Randy Sowell
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Type of ray, wave or wing ~ DELTA
A1. 2006 boorish film character from Kazakhstan ~ BORAT
A6. Sell illegally ~ SCALP
A6. Castle-defending ditches ~ MOATS
A11. Healthful getaway ~ SPA
A11. David Letterman's network ~ CBS
A14. Be in store ~ AWAIT
A14. Smells ~ ODORS
A15. Adorable tot ~ CUTIE
A15. Suffer ignominious defeat, in slang ~ EATIT
A16. Make it? ~ TAG
A16. Feedbag tidbit ~ OAT
A17. Substitute ~ BENCHWARMER
A17. Second- or third-string player ~ BENCHWARMER
A19. Praiseful composition ~ ODE
A19. Actress Hagen ~ UTA
A20. Dark suit bane ~ LINT
A20. Cyclotron particles ~ IONS
A21. Prickly irritant ~ THORN
A21. Interest-grabbing ~ CATCHY
A23. Prehistoric ~ ANCIENT
A23. "Apologies" ~ IMSORRY
A27. Uniform adornment ~ EPAULET
A27. "As old as the hills" and others ~ CLICHES
A29. Fowl perches ~ ROOSTS
A28. What wheels do on an axis ~ ROTATE
A30. Subsist on next to nothing ~ SCRIMP
A29. Talk to flirtatiously ~ CHATUP
A31. Small egg ~ OVULE
A30. Screwballs ~ KOOKS
A32. It comes right after the hour ~ COLON
A31. "God ___ America" ~ BLESS
A33. Some add it to impress ~ IVE
A32. Photo ___ (when pictures may be taken) ~ OPS
A36. Ceremonial staff ~ MACE
A35. Son of Seth ~ ENOS
A37. Dressing may make it better ~ SALAD
A36. Audio censor's sound ~ BLEEP
A38. What seems like forever ~ AGES
A37. Molecule component ~ ATOM
A39. Industrial pollutant ~ ASH
A38. Broadband connection inits. ~ DSL
A40. Have it coming ~ MERIT
A39. Lewis's partner in an expedition ~ CLARK
A41. Round contents, sometimes ~ BEERS
A40. Stiller and ___ (comedy duo) ~ MEARA
A42. Looked searchingly ~ PEERED
A41. One-horse town ~ PODUNK
A44. Sun's halo ~ CORONA
A43. Explorer Hernando ~ CORTEZ
A45. Pooh-poohed ~ SCORNED
A44. One showing diners to their tables ~ MAITRED
A47. "Nonsense!" ~ BALONEY
A46. Indian baby on a back ~ PAPOOSE
A48. Extreme ~ ULTRA
A47. Spider's cocoon, e.g. ~ EGGSAC
A49. Drove ~ HERD
A48. Suspect, to a cop ~ PERP
A50. Kind of horse or cow ~ SEA
A49. "Norma ___" ~ RAE
A51. Presiding officer ~ CHAIRPERSON
A50. Presider at a meeting ~ CHAIRPERSON
A58. Item for a bad hair day? ~ HAT
A56. Stock debut, for short ~ IPO
A59. More than punctual ~ EARLY
A57. Newsstand ~ KIOSK
A60. "Don't be a hog!" ~ SHARE
A58. Decorative fabric ~ TOILE
A61. "Who am ___ judge?" ~ ITO
A59. Highest non-face card ~ TEN
A62. Crestless wave ~ SWELL
A60. Spread, as the legs ~ SPLAY
A63. Schlepped ~ TOWED
A61. Assail ~ SETAT
D1. Bit of hair gel ~ DAB
D1. Dylan or Dole ~ BOB
D2. Flock member ~ EWE
D2. Praiseful poem ~ ODE
D3. Office computer link, for short ~ LAN
D3. Director Howard ~ RON
D4. First X, maybe ~ TIC
D4. Lob's path ~ ARC
D5. Jock ~ ATHLETE
D5. Gift shop apparel ~ TSHIRTS
D6. Few and far between ~ SCANT
D6. George who was the first president of the A.F.L.-C.I.O. ~ MEANY
D7. A bit brusque ~ CURT
D7. Items fitting in rowlocks ~ OARS
D8. Bread machine? ~ ATM
D8. Place to enter a PIN ~ ATM
D9. You may get caught in it ~ LIE
D9. Man's jewelry item ~ TIECLASP
D10. Bear on ~ PERTAIN
D10. Narrow passageways ~ STRAITS
D11. Snitch ~ STOOLPIGEON
D11. Boob tube lover ~ COUCHPOTATO
D12. Military chaplain ~ PADRE
D12. Wash oneself ~ BATHE
D13. Celeb's hiree ~ AGENT
D13. Remains ~ STAYS
D18. Carries the day ~ WINS
D18. Had on ~ WORE
D22. Continuous sound ~ HUM
D22. Fort Worth sch. ~ TCU
D23. Bakery come-on ~ AROMA
D23. Annoyed ~ IRKED
D24. Bright stars ~ NOVAS
D24. Time periods lasting about 29 1/2 days ~ MOONS
D25. Remote expert? ~ COUCHPOTATO
D25. Police informant ~ STOOLPIGEON
D26. Atlas dot ~ ISLE
D26. Acorn producers ~ OAKS
D27. Brilliant success ~ ECLAT
D27. Where rouge goes ~ CHEEK
D28. Give a nudge ~ PROD
D29. Office worker ~ CLERK
D30. Unbroken, as a line ~ SOLID
D31. Lacking individuality ~ BLAND
D32. Didn't just shrug one's shoulders ~ CARED
D33. Skin openings ~ PORES
D34. Jules of sci-fi fame ~ VERNE
D34. Some air pollution ~ SMAZE
D35. Test segment, perhaps ~ ESSAY
D36. Kind of stock ~ BLUECHIP
D37. Parched ~ SERE
D37. Prefix with dynamic ~ AERO
D38. Prefix with dynamics ~ AERO
D39. Music store fixtures ~ CDRACKS
D40. Endangers ~ MENACES
D40. Tots ~ MOPPETS
D41. Most venturesome ~ BOLDEST
D42. Tie-breaking play periods: Abbr. ~ OTS
D43. Be off base ~ ERR
D43. Complain ~ CARP
D44. Cavil ~ CARP
D44. ___ badge ~ MERIT
D45. Japanese delicacy ~ SUSHI
D45. Open-mouthed ~ AGAPE
D46. Rope fastener ~ CLEAT
D46. Cheerful ~ PERKY
D47. Blue-green stone ~ BERYL
D48. Leaning Tower site ~ PISA
D49. Congress setting ~ HILL
D51. Yahoo! competitor ~ AOL
D52. Hem companion ~ HAW
D52. ___ v. Wade ~ ROE
D53. Have being ~ ARE
D53. Use the start of 17- or 50-Across or 11- or 25-Down? ~ SIT
D54. Pi follower ~ RHO
D54. Suffix with schnozz ~ OLA
D55. Pictured ~ SAW
D55. What 51-Down connects to, with "the" ~ NET
D56. Seam treasure ~ ORE
D57. First name in the "Deliverance" cast ~ NED

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