Comparison for up2000-04-28

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, August 29, 1994
  • Author: Mary Derderian Brown
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "THE DYE IS CAST" (APRIL 28, 2000)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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A1. Battle of 1836 ~ ALAMO
A1. Montezuma II, for one ~ AZTEC
A6. Snoozes ~ NAPS
A6. Bombay wraparound dress ~ SARI
A10. Read, as bar codes ~ SCAN
A10. You don't know the words in this singing style ~ SCAT
A14. Actress Linda ~ LAVIN
A14. Cowpoke's rope ~ RIATA
A15. Song for one ~ ARIA
A15. Turkmenistan neighbor ~ IRAN
A16. Tropical food plant ~ TARO
A16. Type of slinger ~ HASH
A17. "Great!" ~ SWELL
A17. Certain revolvers ~ COLTS
A18. Shaker contents ~ SALT
A18. Pronounced ~ SAID
A19. _____ -European ~ INDO
A19. Against ~ ANTI
A20. Rarely ~ ONCEINABLUEMOON
A20. Seldom ~ ONCEINABLUEMOON
A23. Zero ~ NIL
A23. 0 ~ NIL
A24. They use lassos ~ ROPERS
A24. Beef on the hoof ~ STEERS
A25. Product with Ammonia-D ~ WINDEX
A25. Kitchen whistler ~ TEAPOT
A29. Ineptly ~ BADLY
A29. Emperors in the closet ~ MOTHS
A31. Counterpart of Mars ~ ARES
A31. Perry's penman ~ ERLE
A32. Jai _____ ~ ALAI
A32. Country singer Clark or Gibbs ~ TERRI
A33. Kind of cow, dog or horse ~ SEA
A33. Zoo attraction ~ APE
A36. Hercule Poirot's pride ~ LITTLEGREYCELLS
A36. Hercule Poirot's pride ~ LITTLEGREYCELLS
A41. Feminizing suffix ~ ESS
A40. Sheep's milieu ~ LEA
A42. The last word? ~ AMEN
A41. Extended narratives ~ EPICS
A43. Seamstress Betsy ~ ROSS
A42. Blubber ~ WEEP
A44. Cons ~ SCAMS
A43. More than lionize ~ DEIFY
A45. TV secretary ~ STREET
A44. Sixth Amendment adjective ~ SPEEDY
A47. New York's _____ Island ~ STATEN
A46. "Little" film mouse ~ STUART
A50. Wide's partner ~ FAR
A49. Golf norm ~ PAR
A51. Surrenders ~ WAVESAWHITEFLAG
A50. Gives up ~ WAVESAWHITEFLAG
A58. Double-reed woodwind ~ OBOE
A57. Jack-in-the-pulpit, for one ~ ARUM
A59. "The Wind in the Willows" character ~ TOAD
A58. Bodily distress ~ PAIN
A60. Something to fall back on? ~ ALIBI
A59. ESPN replay technique ~ SLOMO
A61. Stir up ~ ROIL
A60. Traveler Marco ~ POLO
A62. Toledo's lake ~ ERIE
A61. Excalibur's handle ~ HILT
A63. Heavy reading ~ TOMES
A62. All for it ~ EAGER
A64. Lump ~ NODE
A63. Saxophonist Getz or cartoonist Drake ~ STAN
A65. Auction off ~ SELL
A64. WWII town liberated, July 1944 ~ STLO
A66. Baker's need ~ YEAST
A65. Steak-house selection ~ TBONE
D1. In addition ~ ALSO
D1. Shell rival ~ ARCO
D2. White House area ~ LAWN
D2. Jerusalem temple locale ~ ZION
D3. With:Fr. ~ AVEC
D3. Soapstone ~ TALC
D4. Roger Bannister's distance ~ MILE
D4. Luncheon suffix ~ ETTE
D5. Connected to the information superhighway ~ ONLINE
D5. Pit boss's domain ~ CASINO
D6. Twang type ~ NASAL
D6. Rug material ~ SISAL
D7. Show horse ~ ARAB
D7. Some Hebronites ~ ARAB
D8. Tablet ~ PILL
D8. Thin as a _____ ~ RAIL
D9. Sinatra's "_____ Night" ~ SATURDAY
D9. Automotive, steel or tourist, e.g. ~ INDUSTRY
D10. Part of a 90's TV duo ~ STIMPY
D10. Dishonors ~ SHAMES
D11. Transport for Hiawatha ~ CANOE
D11. It behaves best with a good paddling ~ CANOE
D12. Zeal ~ ARDOR
D12. Noted capitalist John Jacob ~ ASTOR
D13. Middays ~ NOONS
D13. Dilutes ~ THINS
D21. Overrule ~ NIX
D21. Insect egg ~ NIT
D22. Windblown ~ EOLIC
D22. Rule of conduct ~ ETHIC
D25. Cloth texture ~ WALE
D25. Kiss or show partner ~ TELL
D26. Showy flower ~ IRIS
D26. Southernmost Great Lake ~ ERIE
D27. Snares ~ NETS
D27. Lady Bird Johnson's real middle name ~ ALTA
D28. Summer hrs. ~ DST
D28. Canoodle ~ PET
D29. Owls' hangouts ~ BARNS
D29. Compassionate forbearance ~ MERCY
D30. Pub draught ~ ALE
D30. Lode yields ~ ORES
D33. _____ gin fizz ~ SLOE
D32. Crusoe's favorite letters? ~ TGIF
D34. Otherwise ~ ELSE
D33. Away from the sea wind ~ ALEE
D35. Like some profs. ~ ASST
D34. Argued for or against ~ PLED
D37. Intertwines ~ LACES
D35. Catch sight of ~ ESPY
D38. Flows forth ~ EMANATES
D37. Come-hither looks ~ LEERS
D39. Small wonder ~ GEM
D38. They're often written in stone ~ EPITAPHS
D40. Blunder ~ ERR
D39. Lambkin's kin ~ EWE
D44. Addison contemporary Richard ~ STEELE
D43. Subordinate deity ~ DAEMON
D45. Plopped (down) ~ SAT
D44. Took a load off ~ SAT
D46. Peace maker ~ TREATY
D45. Factory adjusted ~ PRESET
D47. Like some enemies ~ SWORN
D46. Substitutes ~ SWAPS
D48. No-no ~ TABOO
D47. Ominous card ~ TAROT
D49. Eschew ~ AVOID
D48. Part of the soft palate ~ UVULA
D50. Cuba's Castro ~ FIDEL
D49. Mottled horse ~ PINTO
D52. Had on ~ WORE
D51. Work at a diner ~ WAIT
D53. "_____, Caesar!" ~ HAIL
D52. 2 Down, for one ~ HILL
D54. Ice chunk ~ FLOE
D53. Bodybuilder's bane ~ FLAB
D55. South Americar capital ~ LIMA
D54. Recognizable symbol ~ LOGO
D56. "Honest" one and namesakes ~ ABES
D55. Pastor's last word ~ AMEN
D57. Essence ~ GIST
D56. Novelist Vidal ~ GORE

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