Comparison for usa2003-02-06

  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, February 9, 2000
  • Author: Charles E. Gersch
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: BESTSELLER
  • Author: By Bill Ballard
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A1. Dilemma features, figuratively ~ HORNS
A1. Spanish title of respect ~ DONA
A6. Take measures ~ ACT
A5. It gets you right here ~ PANG
A9. Starbucks offering ~ LATTE
A9. Pair ~ BRACE
A14. Up's partner ~ ABOUT
A14. Help out a perp ~ ABET
A15. London facility ~ LOO
A15. Buck follower ~ AROO
A16. Pierre's girlfriends ~ AMIES
A16. Ms. Turner, and others ~ LANAS
A17. With 37- and 61-Across, a 1936 title ~ HOWTOWINFRIENDS
A17. With 41 & 65 Across, famous work of 1936 ~ HOWTOWINFRIENDS
A20. Monogram of '52 and '56 ~ AES
A20. Break ~ LETUP
A21. Crumb ~ ORT
A21. The Pied Piper was hired to do it ~ DERAT
A22. Prohibited ~ FORBADE
A22. Stage star Mary, of "Look Back in Anger" ~ URE
A23. Rap sheet items ~ ALIASES
A23. Not pos. ~ NEG
A25. Amenhotep IV's god ~ ATEN
A25. Renin, and others ~ ENZYMES
A26. Florida city, informally ~ BOCA
A27. Author of the work ~ DALECARNEGIE
A29. Rockies' div. ~ NLWEST
A32. It's here, at the Louvre ~ ICI
A31. Script ending ~ URE
A33. Missile shield research gp. ~ SDI
A32. Author of 17-, 37- and 61-Across ~ CARNEGIE
A34. Involve ~ ENTAIL
A34. Borodin's "Prince ___" ~ IGOR
A38. City famous for steak ~ OMAHA
A36. 1995 Stallone title role ~ DREDD
A41. See 17 Across ~ AND
A37. See 17-Across ~ AND
A43. Rita Hayworth's classic role ~ GILDA
A39. Ephesus' land ~ IONIA
A44. Did over ~ REMADE
A42. Take down ___ ~ APEG
A46. Kind of angle ~ TRI
A44. Category of 17-, 37- and 61-Across ~ SELFHELP
A48. ___ Alte: see 40 Down ~ DER
A46. Reunion grp. ~ FAM
A49. Genre of the famous work ~ SELFHELPBOOK
A48. Woman in Fitzgerald's "Tender Is the Night" ~ NICOLE
A53. Bridge need ~ PARTNER
A50. ___ Stanley Gardner ~ ERLE
A56. Popular spot for RVs ~ KOA
A51. Mont Blanc, e.g. ~ ALPE
A57. ___ Locka, FL ~ OPA
A53. After-hours job, maybe ~ JANITOR
A58. Steer clear of ~ AVOID
A55. Be confident of ~ COUNTON
A61. Get gussied up ~ PREEN
A57. Really bad coffee ~ MUD
A65. See 17 Across ~ INFLUENCEPEOPLE
A58. ___ soda ~ SAL
A68. Fix one's laces ~ RETIE
A61. See 17-Across ~ INFLUENCEPEOPLE
A69. Pass out ~ DOLE
A64. "___ as I can see..." ~ ASFAR
A70. Pen points ~ NIBS
A65. Antipollution org. ~ EPA
A71. Aspirin, to an ache ~ EASER
A66. Injun Joe creator ~ TWAIN
A72. Huff ~ SNIT
A67. "___ It" (1983 Tom Cruise film) ~ LOSIN
A73. Pet chaser ~ SCAT
A68. Wasn't active ~ SAT
D1. Author of "Revolting Recipes" ~ DAHL
A69. Brief brawl ~ SETTO
D2. Woodwind ~ OBOE
D1. "Very funny!" ~ HAHA
D3. He shut down the govt. ~ NEWT
D2. Reed section member ~ OBOE
D4. Bring into harmony ~ ATTUNE
D3. Spreadsheet components ~ ROWS
D5. Get your hands on? ~ PAW
D4. Weirdo ~ NUT
D6. Sere ~ ARID
D5. An acoustic guitarist may use one ~ STOOL
D7. Nada ~ NONE
D6. European carrier ~ ALITALIA
D8. Get out ~ GOFREE
D7. Bamboozle ~ CON
D9. NFL defensive tactic ~ BLITZING
D8. Peanut brittle base ~ TOFFEE
D10. "Norma ___" ~ RAE
D9. Retreat ~ LAIR
D11. Yearly, with per ~ ANNUM
D10. Amorphous critter ~ AMEBA
D12. Training unit ~ CADRE
D11. Singer born Anna Mae Bullock ~ TINATURNER
D13. Twisty turns ~ ESSES
D12. Hay spreader ~ TEDDER
D18. Infamous cartel, to some ~ OPEC
D13. Dead Sea Scrolls scribe ~ ESSENE
D19. Scope ~ RANGE
D18. Dry, in a way ~ WRING
D24. Slang for a great time ~ GAS
D19. Martini & ___ ~ ROSSI
D26. Himalayan legend ~ YETI
D23. Supermarket chain ~ AANDP
D27. House of haute couture ~ DIOR
D24. "Benson" actress ~ SWENSON
D28. The top ~ ACME
D26. Three before E ~ BCD
D29. O'Flaherty, who wrote "The Informer" ~ LIAM
D27. Galley need ~ OAR
D30. Advised nutritional amts. ~ RDA
D28. Easy questions, so to speak ~ CREAMPUFFS
D31. Shortened inning, sometimes ~ NINTH
D30. Cry of relief ~ TGIF
D35. Raspy-voiced actor Ray ~ ALDO
D33. Shangri-La ~ EDEN
D36. Kind of logical ~ IDEO
D35. Aaher's partner ~ OOHER
D37. Carefree romp ~ LARK
D38. Salami or bologna ~ DELIMEAT
D39. Biblical verb ~ HAST
D40. Taken ___ ~ ILL
D40. German chancellor, first elected in 1949 ~ ADENAUER
D41. Copy ~ APE
D42. Rocker Dr. ___ ~ DRE
D43. Popular toy since 1964 ~ GIJOE
D45. Student at the Sorbonne ~ ELEVE
D45. Relax ~ LETUP
D47. Sort ~ ILK
D46. Beauty parlor treatment ~ FACIAL
D50. Ferns have them ~ FRONDS
D47. "The Tempest" king ~ ALONSO
D51. Bishop of Rome ~ POPE
D49. Film festival site ~ CANNES
D52. Lords of the realm ~ BARONS
D52. Zhou ___ ~ ENLAI
D53. A pear in Paris ~ POIRE
D54. "Golden Boy" playwright ~ ODETS
D54. Nighttime breathing problem ~ APNEA
D56. Go sour ~ TURN
D55. Lots ~ RAFTS
D58. Petty quarrel ~ SPAT
D59. Celebrity, perhaps ~ ICON
D59. Touched down ~ ALIT
D60. Place for lunch ~ DELI
D60. Late-night name ~ LENO
D62. "War and Peace", for one ~ EPIC
D62. Busy bee in Apr. ~ CPA
D63. Mediterranean island ~ ELBA
D63. Be light, in poker ~ OWE
D64. Tree house ~ NEST

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