Comparison for up2006-06-12

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, November 15, 1976
  • Author: Margaret Leggett
  • Editor: Will Weng
A
Z
U
R
E
#
G
A
I
T
#
A
B
A
B
C
A
N
A
L
#
R
I
S
E
#
M
E
G
A
A
S
T
H
E
W
O
R
L
D
T
U
R
N
S
D
U
O
#
C
H
A
S
E
#
A
L
E
U
T
#
#
#
S
T
E
N
#
#
T
S
E
T
S
E
D
E
S
I
S
T
#
G
R
I
S
T
#
#
#
A
T
T
N
#
#
#
A
I
N
E
#
A
T
L
T
H
E
G
U
I
D
I
N
G
L
I
G
H
T
E
S
T
#
N
O
O
N
#
#
#
R
O
A
D
#
#
#
S
I
L
T
S
#
A
G
E
N
T
S
R
A
M
A
T
E
#
#
P
R
O
S
#
#
#
O
L
I
V
E
#
P
A
R
T
S
#
S
R
A
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
H
O
S
P
I
T
A
L
E
N
G
R
#
P
E
E
P
#
E
N
A
C
T
T
E
S
S
#
T
A
M
S
#
L
A
R
E
S
  • Title: SOFT SOAP
  • Author: By Georgia Flavin / Timothy Parker
H
I
R
E
S
#
A
C
H
E
#
G
O
B
I
E
N
O
C
H
#
G
O
O
D
#
A
R
I
D
A
S
T
H
E
W
O
R
L
D
T
U
R
N
S
V
E
T
O
#
A
R
A
M
A
I
C
#
#
#
E
R
E
#
O
R
A
L
#
#
L
H
A
S
A
S
T
R
A
P
S
#
#
A
L
L
O
V
E
R
#
#
#
L
E
H
A
V
R
E
#
#
I
V
E
#
O
N
E
L
I
F
E
T
O
L
I
V
E
#
S
D
I
#
#
P
R
E
S
T
O
N
#
#
#
P
I
C
A
S
S
O
#
#
A
N
N
A
L
S
A
N
K
L
E
#
#
C
A
R
E
#
B
E
T
#
#
#
T
E
N
F
O
L
D
#
W
A
V
Y
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
H
O
S
P
I
T
A
L
E
V
E
R
#
B
E
E
N
#
I
R
E
N
E
T
E
E
S
#
S
A
N
G
#
T
E
S
T
S
A1. Like France's south coast ~ AZURE
A1. Puts on the clock ~ HIRES
A6. Canter or trot ~ GAIT
A6. Deep-seated desire ~ ACHE
A10. Rhyme scheme ~ ABAB
A10. Asian desert ~ GOBI
A14. De Lesseps's concern ~ CANAL
A14. One of Cain's sons ~ ENOCH
A15. ___ and shine ~ RISE
A15. Kind of book or will ~ GOOD
A16. Prefix for phone or cycle ~ MEGA
A16. Parched ~ ARID
A17. TV soaper ~ ASTHEWORLDTURNS
A17. Soap opera ~ ASTHEWORLDTURNS
A20. Music combo ~ DUO
A20. Prohibit, presidentially ~ VETO
A21. Ilka or wild goose ~ CHASE
A21. Language spoken by Jesus ~ ARAMAIC
A22. Northern native ~ ALEUT
A22. Poetic before ~ ERE
A23. Narrow: Prefix ~ STEN
A23. Face-to-face exam ~ ORAL
A24. African insect ~ TSETSE
A24. Capital of Tibet ~ LHASA
A25. Companion of cease ~ DESIST
A28. Gown features, often ~ STRAPS
A28. Grain product ~ GRIST
A30. High and low ~ ALLOVER
A30. Business-letter abbr. ~ ATTN
A32. French port city ~ LEHAVRE
A31. Eldest, in France ~ AINE
A35. "___ been working on the railroad ..." ~ IVE
A32. Water body: Abbr. ~ ATL
A36. Soap opera ~ ONELIFETOLIVE
A35. TV soaper ~ THEGUIDINGLIGHT
A40. Missile defense initials ~ SDI
A40. Superlative ending ~ EST
A41. "Sergeant ___ of the Yukon" ~ PRESTON
A41. Time of day ~ NOON
A42. "Guernica" painter ~ PICASSO
A42. Yellow Brick, for one ~ ROAD
A45. Chronicles ~ ANNALS
A43. Delta deposits ~ SILTS
A49. Sprain site ~ ANKLE
A44. Secret and foreign ~ AGENTS
A50. It's offered in a hospital ~ CARE
A46. Having branches ~ RAMATE
A52. It may elicit a call ~ BET
A49. Experts ~ PROS
A53. Like an increase from two to twenty ~ TENFOLD
A50. Popeye's friend ~ OLIVE
A56. Like some hair ~ WAVY
A51. Whole components ~ PARTS
A57. Soap opera ~ GENERALHOSPITAL
A53. Spanish title: Abbr. ~ SRA
A61. Of all time ~ EVER
A56. TV soaper ~ GENERALHOSPITAL
A62. Has attachment ~ BEEN
A59. Tech graduate: Abbr. ~ ENGR
A63. Ryan of "The Beverly Hillbillies" ~ IRENE
A60. Incubator sound ~ PEEP
A64. Caddie's bagful ~ TEES
A61. Put into force ~ ENACT
A65. Named names ~ SANG
A62. Durbeyfield ~ TESS
A66. Critical evaluations ~ TESTS
A63. Caps ~ TAMS
D1. Billows ~ HEAVES
A64. House spirits ~ LARES
D2. Certain newspaper ad ~ INSERT
D1. Educ. institute ~ ACAD
D3. British bad guy ~ ROTTER
D2. Miss Pitts ~ ZASU
D4. It may bounce off the wall ~ ECHO
D3. Preposition ~ UNTO
D5. Petal-plucker's word ~ SHE
D4. Relative of olé ~ RAH
D6. Greek marketplace ~ AGORA
D5. Makes a choice ~ ELECTS
D7. Shade of pink ~ CORAL
D6. Painful sound ~ GROAN
D8. Actress Celeste ~ HOLM
D7. Hangs out to dry ~ AIRS
D9. Collection including Scandinavian myths ~ EDDA
D8. Man or Pines ~ ISLE
D10. South American cowboy ~ GAUCHO
D9. Mack ~ TED
D11. Boston's Bobby ~ ORR
D10. Charm ~ AMULET
D12. Bulk-food drawer ~ BIN
D11. Left-Bank wear ~ BERET
D13. SSNs, e.g. ~ IDS
D12. ___ Dei ~ AGNUS
D18. Carriers or cruisers, e.g. ~ WARSHIPS
D13. Moisten a roast ~ BASTE
D19. Work the earth, in a way ~ TILL
D18. Stimulate ~ WHET
D23. German automaker ~ OPEL
D19. Cornstalk part ~ TASSEL
D25. Tel ___ ~ AVIV
D23. Chant ~ SING
D26. Golfer Ballesteros ~ SEVE
D24. Partner of a-ling ~ TING
D27. "Diamonds ___ Forever" (1971) ~ ARE
D25. Engagement ~ DATE
D29. Tankard brew ~ ALE
D26. Biblical endings ~ ETHS
D30. Some may be fine ~ ARTS
D27. Proof word ~ STET
D31. Superman wears them ~ LEOTARDS
D28. Black-ink items ~ GAINS
D33. Hairstyle once worn with platform shoes ~ AFRO
D29. Japanese coin ~ RIN
D34. Churchillian gesture ~ VEE
D32. Classic struggle ~ AGON
D36. Norse god of war ~ ODIN
D33. Pronoun ~ THAT
D37. Shaving injury ~ NICK
D34. Crack trains: Abbr. ~ LTDS
D38. Single ~ LONE
D36. One who brings together ~ UNITER
D39. Tourist establishment ~ INN
D37. Captive of Hercules ~ IOLE
D40. Mineral spring ~ SPA
D38. Miss Lamour, to friends ~ DOT
D43. Modifies ~ ALTERS
D39. Upsets ~ IRES
D44. Chiromancer, e.g. ~ SEER
D43. String addicts ~ SAVERS
D46. Suppresses ~ ABATES
D44. Dada and pop ~ ARTS
D47. Run off without paying a debt ~ LEVANT
D45. First four N.T. books ~ GOSPEL
D48. Decorator's choices ~ STYLES
D46. Synonym man ~ ROGET
D50. Late stand-up comedian Myron ~ COHEN
D47. Coeur d'___ ~ ALENE
D51. Word with sing or string ~ ALONG
D48. Fine vases ~ MINGS
D54. Catches red-handed ~ NABS
D49. Stage pieces ~ PROPS
D55. Type of circus ~ FLEA
D51. Legal move ~ PLEA
D56. Word with live or hot ~ WIRE
D52. Throaty sound ~ AHEM
D57. Garner ~ GET
D53. Take the lead ~ STAR
D58. Joanne Woodward title role ~ EVE
D54. Yellow, white or black ~ RACE
D59. Born ~ NEE
D55. Heights: Abbr. ~ ALTS
D60. Plum part ~ PIT
D57. Relevant ~ APT
D58. ___ fix (stymied) ~ INA

Generated on 2019-01-20
a saul.pw project