Comparison for nyt2015-11-24

  • Title: LA Times, Thu, Aug 15, 2013
  • Author: Neville Fogarty / Ed. Rich Norris
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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, November 24, 2015
  • Author: Gary Cee
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Nine-time Grammy winner Mary J. __ ~ BLIGE
A1. ___ Games ~ PANAM
A6. Honeyed quaff ~ MEAD
A6. Part of a plant or a wineglass ~ STEM
A10. High point ~ ACME
A10. Colony dwellers ~ ANTS
A14. Pine product ~ ROSIN
A14. Soul singer Adams ~ OLETA
A15. Nobel Peace Prize city ~ OSLO
A15. Cy Young Award winner Sparky ~ LYLE
A16. Mount color ~ ROAN
A16. Thief's bagful ~ LOOT
A17. Kind of elephant ~ ASIAN
A17. Memorable "Animal House" costumes ~ TOGAS
A18. Poof ~ UPINSMOKE
A18. 1978 Cheech & Chong comedy ~ UPINSMOKE
A20. Wide-headed fasteners ~ TNUTS
A20. Helpful cry during a rescue mission ~ OVERHERE
A22. Peppy and then some ~ HYPER
A22. Lopsided ~ ASKEW
A23. "Danger, Will Robinson!" sci-fi series ~ LOSTINSPACE
A23. Academy Award winner for "American Beauty" ~ KEVINSPACEY
A28. Big jerk? ~ TUG
A26. Black ___ (some military missions) ~ OPS
A29. Actress Thurman ~ UMA
A27. Weapons stockpile ~ ARSENAL
A30. __ cotta ~ TERRA
A32. Morocco's capital ~ RABAT
A31. Frequent award for Tiger Woods ~ ESPY
A36. Who said "It's hard to be humble when you're as great as I am" ~ ALI
A32. Christmas buys ~ GIFTS
A37. ___ Raton, Fla. ~ BOCA
A35. River mammal ~ OTTER
A38. Besides Charlie Chaplin, only film director on Time's list of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century ~ STEVENSPIELBERG
A37. "Lincoln" director ~ STEVENSPIELBERG
A42. Repulsive ~ VILE
A43. Godly ~ PIOUS
A43. Kellogg's Cracklin' ___ Bran ~ OAT
A44. Group scuffle ~ MELEE
A44. Biblical beasts ~ ASSES
A45. Layered haircut ~ SHAG
A45. 3-D image in medical diagnoses ~ PETSCAN
A48. Get a giggle from ~ AMUSE
A47. Tina who won the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor ~ FEY
A51. "Inferno" author Brown ~ DAN
A49. Gilbert and Sullivan operetta set on a ship ~ HMSPINAFORE
A52. Prosciutto, e.g. ~ HAM
A55. Very, in music ~ ASSAI
A53. Gilbert and Sullivan work subtitled "The Lass That Loved a Sailor" ~ HMSPINAFORE
A59. Days of yore ~ OLDTIMES
A56. Difficult high school sci. course ~ APBIO
A60. Washer action ... or a hint to four consecutive letters inside 18-, 23-, 38- and 49-Across ~ SPINCYCLE
A58. Solitary soul ~ LONER
A63. Certain Comedy Central production ~ ROAST
A59. Washing machine phase graphically shown in this puzzle's circles ~ SPINCYCLE
A64. Wan ~ PALE
A63. Private account ~ DIARY
A65. Word after beauty or blind ~ SPOT
A66. One still maturing ~ TEEN
A66. Markswoman Oakley ~ ANNIE
A67. "__ go bragh!" ~ ERIN
A67. White icing on a gingerbread house, possibly ~ SNOW
A68. Common Sundance entry ~ INDIE
A68. Lad's partner ~ LASS
A69. Author Radcliffe and a cape ~ ANNS
A69. "Common Sense" writer ~ PAINE
A70. Russian refusal ~ NYET
D1. Chaim who wrote "The Chosen" ~ POTOK
A71. Preppy collars ~ ETONS
D2. "It's ___ Thing" (1981 hit by the Whispers) ~ ALOVE
D1. Strapped support ~ BRA
D3. Israel's ___ Desert ~ NEGEV
D2. UCLA article ~ LOS
D4. Arcade game pioneer ~ ATARI
D3. "Can I come out now?" ~ ISITSAFE
D5. Love letter ~ MASHNOTE
D4. Really big ~ GIANT
D6. Eats noisily ~ SLURPS
D5. Bordeaux boredom ~ ENNUI
D7. High-strung, as a personality ~ TYPEA
D6. Chocolate treat ~ MOUSSE
D8. Whitney who invented the cotton gin ~ ELI
D7. Purported ability ~ ESP
D9. Baritones, typically ~ MEN
D8. 2001 boxing biopic ~ ALI
D10. Charitable donations ~ ALMS
D9. Step into, as a pair of slacks ~ DON
D11. ___ and cranny ~ NOOK
D10. West Point team ~ ARMY
D12. Puff on a joint ~ TOKE
D11. Appropriates ~ COOPTS
D13. Meat-and-vegetables dish ~ STEW
D12. Facial cosmetics ~ MAKEUP
D19. Verbalizes ~ SAYS
D13. Cabinet department created under Carter ~ ENERGY
D21. Paranormal ability, for short ~ ESP
D19. Lady's pronoun ~ SHE
D24. Colombian metropolis ~ CALI
D21. "Falling Skies" network ~ TNT
D25. Ontario border lake ~ ERIE
D23. Schleps ~ LUGS
D28. Recedes ~ EBBS
D24. Replace with an ellipsis ~ OMIT
D29. Dissents ~ NOES
D25. Supports ~ PROPSUP
D30. Piece of land ~ ACRE
D26. Drawing intro ~ ARTI
D31. Tarries ~ LAGS
D27. Oscar winner Blanchett ~ CATE
D32. Click yes or no on an e-vite, say ~ RSVP
D31. Kathryn of "Law & Order: C.I." ~ ERBE
D33. "___ is like kissing your sister" (sports adage) ~ ATIE
D33. Freq. sitcom rating ~ TVPG
D34. Heavyweight's prize ~ BELT
D34. Sicilian six ~ SEI
D35. Fifth and Park, in N.Y.C. ~ AVES
D36. Stately shader ~ ELM
D36. Perceptive, as a pupil ~ APT
D38. Author Chomsky ~ NOAM
D39. Linguist Chomsky ~ NOAM
D39. Column enders ~ SUMS
D40. ___-serif typeface ~ SANS
D40. Mythical city of gold ~ ELDORADO
D41. Show some guile ~ LAYATRAP
D41. Duff ~ REAR
D46. Stylish ~ CHIC
D42. DNA component ~ GENE
D47. Steakhouse offerings ~ FILETS
D45. Soda born at the base of a California mountain ~ SHASTA
D48. Call it a day ~ END
D46. Go down, so to speak ~ HAPPEN
D50. Pullover shirts ~ POLOS
D47. Insomniac's prescription ~ AMBIEN
D51. Grammy winner Apple ~ FIONA
D49. Like one "k" in "knuckle" ~ SILENT
D52. Native of Muscat ~ OMANI
D50. Byrne's "Strange Overtones" collaborator ~ ENO
D53. Pine exudation ~ RESIN
D53. Ad __ committee ~ HOC
D54. ___ Lauder ~ ESTEE
D54. Bill's "Groundhog Day" co-star ~ ANDIE
D55. Nile vipers ~ ASPS
D55. False move ~ FEINT
D56. Extend across ~ SPAN
D57. Places to stay ~ INNS
D57. Structure with a rounded top ~ SILO
D60. Craving ~ YEN
D58. All over again ~ ANEW
D61. Howl or bark ~ CRY
D61. Designer's monogram ~ YSL
D62. Tell a tale ~ LIE
D62. Tax time busy bee ~ CPA
D64. "A Dog of the Regiment" dog __ Tin Tin ~ RIN
D65. "Without a doubt!" ~ YES

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