Comparison for up2004-05-03

  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, January 12, 1982
  • Author: Sterner
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: "REALTOR'S CREDO" (MAY 03, 2004)
  • Author: By Eugene Newman
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A1. Bills passed in D.C. and elsewhere ~ ONES
A1. Type of plate, bar or fork ~ SALAD
A5. Man from Bangkok ~ THAI
A6. Word with brake or jockey ~ DISC
A9. Man from Helsinki ~ FINN
A10. One of a pair ~ MATE
A13. Selected ~ CHOSE
A14. Swiftly ~ APACE
A14. Sculls ~ OARS
A15. 45th state ~ UTAH
A15. Atomic physicist ~ UREY
A16. Two-dimensional measure ~ AREA
A16. Animal ~ TWENTYTWOACROSS
A17. Location ~ SEVENTEENACROSS
A19. Sets free ~ RELEASES
A20. Old flames ~ EXES
A20. Anne or Emily ~ BRONTE
A21. It might be slippery ~ ELM
A21. Pod occupant ~ PEA
A22. Grapple, to Li'l Abner ~ RASSLE
A22. Kind of trap or hug ~ BEAR
A23. ___-relief sculpture ~ BAS
A23. N.Y. college ~ VASSAR
A24. Dunce ~ PINHEAD
A27. Soothing ointment ~ BALM
A25. Complicated situations ~ MESSES
A28. Coagulate ~ GEL
A29. Celestial major or minor ~ URSA
A31. Penetrate ~ ENTER
A30. Stage presence ~ ACTOR
A32. Ringer ~ BELL
A31. Tiny bit ~ ATOM
A33. Musical ending ~ CODA
A32. Restore accuracy ~ TRUE
A34. Vegetable ~ TWENTYONEACROSS
A36. Location ~ THIRTYSIXACROSS
A37. Pious language ~ CANT
A39. Civil wrong ~ TORT
A38. Malachite and mispickel ~ ORES
A40. Suspiciously suave ~ OILY
A39. Watering holes ~ OASES
A41. Bob and Dolores ~ HOPES
A40. Hundreds of mins. ~ HRS
A42. Inconsiderate ~ RUDE
A41. Fontanne's partner ~ LUNT
A43. Moolah ~ DINERO
A42. Character in "Measure for Measure" ~ ANGELO
A44. Footpad's weapon ~ GARROTE
A43. Horn accessory ~ MUTE
A48. Pale ~ WAN
A44. Kind of smith or soldier ~ TIN
A49. 12:55, e.g. ~ ONEISH
A45. Put together ~ ATTACH
A50. Word with hearing or visual ~ AID
A48. Saved ~ REDEEMED
A51. Munich missus ~ FRAU
A53. Mineral ~ FORTYFOURACROSS
A55. Location ~ FIFTYFIVEACROSS
A55. Nichols hero ~ ABIE
A58. Virginia's Robert ~ ELEE
A56. Above, in Bonn ~ UBER
A59. "Exodus" author ~ URIS
A57. Mystical card ~ TAROT
A60. Symbols of peace ~ DOVES
A58. Cong. members ~ REPS
A61. Beatty film of 1981 ~ REDS
A59. "David and ___," 1962 film ~ LISA
A62. For fear that ~ LEST
A60. Jets once barred at Kennedy ~ SSTS
A63. Campaign abuse ~ SMEAR
D1. "___ ain't got a barrel . . . " ~ OHWE
D1. Freelancer's encl. ~ SASE
D2. Coward ~ NOEL
D2. Peak ~ APEX
D3. Domestic slave in Ethelred's day ~ ESNE
D3. Wash ~ LAVE
D4. Reserve ~ SETAPART
D4. Deck tetrad ~ ACES
D5. "When I Take My Sugar ___," 1931 song ~ TOTEA
D5. Thieves' place ~ DEN
D6. Hems' partner ~ HAWS
D6. Matters of honor ~ DUELS
D7. Orinoco tributary ~ ARO
D7. Inventory entry ~ ITEM
D8. Christopher's backer ~ ISABELLA
D8. ___ Remo ~ SAN
D9. Uproar ~ FUROR
D9. Magnetism ~ CHARISMA
D10. When this is hot, strike! ~ IRON
D10. Wetland ~ MARSH
D11. Cozy spot ~ NEST
D11. Responded to an alarm ~ AROSE
D12. Wall St. site ~ NYSE
D12. Electronics pioneer Nikola ~ TESLA
D13. N.B.A. athlete ~ CTR
D13. Facilitated ~ EASED
D17. Belgian river ~ YSER
D18. Green and black, e.g. ~ TEAS
D18. Stuff ~ CRAM
D19. Galilee miracle site ~ CANA
D22. Bundles of hay ~ BALES
D23. Parks or Lahr ~ BERT
D23. Climbing plant grown for fodder ~ VETCH
D24. Stockholder's prerogative ~ PROXY
D24. Menachem's co-Nobelist ~ ANWAR
D25. Joey portrayer on "Friends" ~ MATT
D25. British guns ~ STENS
D26. Hollow response? ~ ECHO
D26. Mailed ~ SENT
D27. One way to get it all together ~ STIR
D27. Laura, Stephen or William Rose ~ BENET
D28. Classify ~ SORT
D28. Golden-egg layer ~ GOOSE
D29. Useful ~ UTILE
D29. Lemon of the 50's ~ EDSEL
D31. Stage whisper ~ ASIDE
D30. Cowboy gear ~ LASSO
D32. Disney 1982 sci-fi film ~ TRON
D32. Carried ~ BORNE
D33. Hitchcock's first color film ~ ROPE
D33. Tor ~ CRAG
D34. Friendly beginning? ~ USER
D35. Vigorous; active ~ YOUTHFUL
D35. Old station sign ~ ESSO
D36. Joins ~ CONNECTS
D37. Vernal ~ YOUTHFUL
D41. Charlie Brown's critic ~ LUCY
D38. What to pull up to the bar? ~ CHIN
D42. Ghislanzoni libretto ~ AIDA
D42. Promising ~ ROSY
D43. Pair of socks ~ MATES
D43. 20th century art movement ~ DADA
D44. Cotta's predecessor ~ TERRA
D44. Errand runner ~ GOFER
D45. Two of Sydney Carton's last words ~ AFAR
D45. Old womanish ~ ANILE
D46. Start of a famous soliloquy ~ TOBE
D46. Nourished anew ~ REFED
D47. Fall generator ~ TRIP
D47. Ceremonial practices ~ RITES
D48. Plants once called "herbs of grace" ~ RUES
D48. Oscar winner Dianne ~ WIEST
D49. "Ut ___!" (Caesar's "As you were!") ~ ERAS
D50. Budget rival ~ AVIS
D50. Cartoonist Walker ~ MORT
D51. Gift line ~ FROM
D51. Those, to Pedro ~ ESOS
D52. Wander ~ ROVE
D52. Apr. changeover ~ DST
D53. Under sail ~ ASEA
D54. Japanese sash ~ OBI
D54. Old atlas abbreviation ~ USSR

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