Comparison for nyt2010-06-21

  • Author: by Bob Frank--Rich Norris 010612
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, June 21, 2010
  • Author: Fred Piscop
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Salon needs ~ COMBS
A1. Leftover bit of cloth ~ SCRAP
A6. Come up again ~ RECUR
A6. "The Zoo Story" playwright Edward ~ ALBEE
A11. Part of SAC: Abbr. ~ CMD
A11. Manx or Siamese ~ CAT
A14. Mr. T's group ~ ATEAM
A14. "Remember the ___!" (cry of 1836) ~ ALAMO
A15. Cara of "Fame" ~ IRENE
A15. Sounds SSTs made ~ BOOMS
A16. "Bali ___" ~ HAI
A16. Color shade ~ HUE
A17. "Easy!" ~ NOTHINGTOIT
A17. "It ain't hard!" ~ SIMPLEASABC
A19. Business letterhead abbr. ~ INC
A19. Ill temper ~ IRE
A20. Lab cylinder ~ TESTTUBE
A20. Go like a bunny ~ HOP
A21. Threat ender ~ ORELSE
A21. Wedding dress material ~ LACE
A23. Suffix with civil or moral ~ ITY
A22. Kind of sleeve named after a British baron ~ RAGLAN
A24. Bergen's Mortimer ~ SNERD
A24. With 46-Across, "It ain't hard!" ~ DUCK
A25. Mortise inserts ~ TENONS
A25. Chop-chop ~ RAPIDLY
A29. Marshy lowlands ~ MORASSES
A26. Nadir's opposite ~ ZENITH
A32. "Git ___ Little Dogies" ~ ALONG
A29. School time when kids aren't studying ~ RECESS
A33. Domesticated ~ TAMED
A30. Without an escort ~ ALONE
A34. Adolescent lead-in ~ PRE
A31. Irritated ~ VEXED
A35. Proof of pmt. ~ RCPT
A32. Potpie vegetable ~ PEA
A36. "Easy!" ~ ASNAP
A35. Playful bites ~ NIPS
A37. Scandinavian royal name ~ OLAV
A36. Tennis great Monica ~ SELES
A38. Base address ~ SIR
A37. Source of linen ~ FLAX
A39. Rugged rocks ~ CRAGS
A38. Big beagle feature ~ EAR
A40. Blackboard ~ SLATE
A39. Farm tracts ~ ACRES
A41. Devotion to a fault ~ IDOLATRY
A40. Work like a dog ~ SLAVE
A43. Decide to remain ~ STAYON
A41. Be against ~ OPPOSE
A44. Bad-tempered states ~ BILES
A43. Hung around ~ STAYED
A45. ___ constrictor ~ BOA
A44. Singer Flack or Peters ~ ROBERTA
A46. Chester A. and Peg of '50s TV ~ RILEYS
A46. See 24-Across ~ SOUP
A48. Jinxed ~ ILLFATED
A47. Mama Cass ___ ~ ELLIOT
A53. Exist ~ ARE
A48. Autobiographer's subject ~ SELF
A54. "Easy!" ~ PIECEOFCAKE
A49. Follow the coxswain's calls ~ ROW
A56. Vigor's partner ~ VIM
A52. Sidewalk stand quaff ~ ADE
A57. Kept under one's hat ~ SATON
A53. "It ain't hard!" ~ PIECEOFCAKE
A58. German seaport ~ EMDEN
A56. Not Rep. or Ind. ~ DEM
A59. Metric beginning ~ ISO
A57. "The Odd Couple" slob ~ OSCAR
A60. Without a break ~ ONEND
A58. Bird on a U.S. quarter ~ EAGLE
A61. Prepared ~ READY
A59. B'way sellout sign ~ SRO
D1. In unable to ~ CANT
A60. Attempts at baskets ~ SHOTS
D2. Plains Indian ~ OTOE
A61. Live in fear of ~ DREAD
D3. Shea team ~ METS
D1. Pageant entrant's wear ~ SASH
D4. Thai currency ~ BAHT
D2. Advertising award ~ CLIO
D5. Hitting hard ~ SMITING
D3. Multistory parking garage feature ~ RAMP
D6. Gymnast Cathy ~ RIGBY
D4. Guitarist's accessory, for short ~ AMP
D7. Art Deco designer ~ ERTE
D5. Foul the water, e.g. ~ POLLUTE
D8. Prez's boss ~ CEO
D6. Taken ___ (surprised) ~ ABACK
D9. Collective bargaining figure, briefly ~ UNIONREP
D7. Get whipped ~ LOSE
D10. Low-cost tire ~ RETREAD
D8. Drag queen's wrap ~ BOA
D11. "Easy!" ~ CHILDSPLAY
D9. Hugs tightly ~ EMBRACES
D12. "A ___ home is..." ~ MANS
D10. Made a getaway ~ ESCAPED
D13. They're rolled on tables ~ DICE
D11. "It ain't hard!" ~ CHILDSPLAY
D18. Brownie inserts ~ NUTS
D12. Hearing-related ~ AURAL
D22. Hosp. area ~ ERS
D13. Pint-size ~ TEENY
D24. Biological bodies ~ SOMAS
D18. To ___ his own ~ EACH
D25. Foot bones ~ TARSI
D23. U.S.O. show audience members ~ GIS
D26. 11th century Spanish hero ~ ELCID
D24. Rackets ~ DINS
D27. "Easy!" ~ NOPROBLEMO
D25. T. ___ (fearsome dinos) ~ REXES
D28. Que. neighbor ~ ONT
D26. Grey who wrote westerns ~ ZANE
D29. Like a stray mutt ~ MANGY
D27. Charles Lamb alias ~ ELIA
D30. Muse of poetry ~ ERATO
D28. "It ain't hard!" ~ NOPROBLEMO
D31. Dinner time for many ~ SEVEN
D29. C.S.A. general ~ RELEE
D33. Former Russian rulers ~ TSARS
D31. Vice ___ ~ VERSA
D36. Kind of well ~ ARTESIAN
D33. Roof overhang ~ EAVE
D37. Pay add-on ~ OLA
D34. Abruptly dismissed ~ AXED
D39. West Indies musical style ~ CALYPSO
D36. Like many tartan wearers ~ SCOTTISH
D40. Employee ~ STAFFER
D37. Pajamas' rear opening ~ FLAP
D42. Big fib ~ LIE
D39. Pertinent ~ APROPOS
D43. Without help ~ SOLO
D40. Like a taxidermist's work ~ STUFFED
D45. Mix thoroughly ~ BLEND
D42. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame architect I. M. ___ ~ PEI
D46. Sitarist Shankar ~ RAVI
D43. Without an escort ~ SOLO
D47. Colorful eye part ~ IRIS
D44. Uses a Kindle, e.g. ~ READS
D48. Subject of adoration ~ ICON
D45. Like a big brother ~ OLDER
D49. Pinnacle ~ ACME
D46. Tarot card readers, e.g. ~ SEERS
D50. "Hooray for me!" ~ TADA
D48. Ad-libbing vocal style ~ SCAT
D51. ___ out: barely managed ~ EKED
D49. Violent 19-Across ~ RAGE
D52. Dispute, as a charge ~ DENY
D50. State with a panhandle: Abbr. ~ OKLA
D55. Parisian season ~ ETE
D51. Whacked plant ~ WEED

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