Comparison for usa2003-10-22

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, January 21, 2002
  • Author: Peter Gordon
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: 10/15/03 BY THE NUMBERS
  • Author: by Robert H. Wolfe, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: "NUMBERS GAME" (OCTOBER 22, 2003)
  • Author: By Gordon Seaberg
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A1. Norway's capital ~ OSLO
A1. Milky gem ~ OPAL
A1. Sectional, say ~ SOFA
A5. Person in a puffy white hat ~ CHEF
A5. Bruce Willis ex ~ DEMI
A5. Sans script ~ ADLIB
A9. Latin dance ~ MAMBO
A9. Mideast religion ~ ISLAM
A10. Extend across ~ SPAN
A14. Comparable (to) ~ AKIN
A14. Small combo ~ TRIO
A14. State as fact ~ AVER
A15. Part of U.A.W. ~ AUTO
A15. Sign ~ OMEN
A15. Director of "A Fistful of Dollars" ~ LEONE
A16. Farewell ~ ADIEU
A16. Stiller's partner ~ MEARA
A16. It's tall when exaggerated ~ TALE
A17. Contents of some tablets ~ TENCOMMANDMENTS
A17. Mount Sinai delivery ~ TENCOMMANDMENTS
A17. Some famous dos and don'ts ~ TENCOMMANDMENTS
A20. Popeye's son ~ SWEEPEA
A20. Glasses expert ~ OPTICIAN
A20. Type of table ~ END
A21. Shakespeare's last play, with "The" ~ TEMPEST
A21. Least polite ~ RUDEST
A21. Windfall ~ BOON
A22. Muscle quality ~ TONE
A22. CPO's superior ~ ENS
A22. Insider's lingo ~ ARGOT
A24. Blubber ~ FAT
A23. Soda holders ~ CANS
A23. Taskmaster ~ BOSS
A25. Was forced ~ HADTO
A24. Boxing trainer Dundee ~ ANGELO
A24. Serve with a summons ~ CITE
A29. Do a great job ~ EXCEL
A28. Look amazed ~ GAPE
A26. Nimble-digited ~ ADROIT
A31. P. Diddy's music ~ RAP
A29. Moo __ pork ~ SHU
A29. Chaotic area ~ MADHOUSE
A34. Courtyard ~ ATRIUM
A32. Take care of ~ SEETO
A33. Windblown deposit ~ LOESS
A36. Attila, for one ~ HUN
A33. Not much ~ SOME
A34. Unspecified amount ~ SOME
A37. Opening in a sweater? ~ PORE
A34. Indiana Jones weapon ~ WHIP
A35. Auctioneer's quest ~ BID
A38. Classic parlor game ~ TWENTYQUESTIONS
A35. "Animal, vegetable, mineral" game ~ TWENTYQUESTIONS
A36. Classic parlor game ~ TWENTYQUESTIONS
A41. Effortless ~ EASY
A38. "Casablanca" role ~ ILSA
A40. Pose a query ~ ASK
A42. Total ~ SUM
A39. Greek currency ~ EURO
A41. Mark's successor ~ EURO
A43. Bothers greatly ~ EATSAT
A40. Accepted practice ~ USAGE
A42. "Measure twice, cut once," e.g. ~ ADAGE
A44. Salk and Pepper: Abbr. ~ DRS
A41. Deli bread ~ RYE
A43. Place limits on ~ RESTRAIN
A45. Have the helm ~ STEER
A42. Uttered ~ SAID
A46. Grimm heroine ~ GRETEL
A47. Passover staple ~ MATZO
A43. Breakfast dish ~ OMELET
A47. Drover's charge ~ HERD
A48. Take to court ~ SUE
A44. Cottage cheese bit ~ CURD
A48. Senate cover-up, once ~ TOGA
A49. Relief pitcher's goal ~ SAVE
A45. Coll. in Tempe ~ ASU
A49. Spot of tea? ~ STAIN
A51. "Top Hat" star Fred ~ ASTAIRE
A46. Document of a sort ~ SCROLL
A52. Like most sportscasts ~ LIVE
A55. Boo-boo ~ MISTAKE
A49. Ceylon, today ~ SRILANKA
A53. Itinerary part ~ VIA
A60. Hit 1980's-90's series ~ THIRTYSOMETHING
A54. 1980s TV series ~ THIRTYSOMETHING
A56. Lowercased TV series ~ THIRTYSOMETHING
A62. Chutney fruit ~ MANGO
A56. Bowman, at times ~ AIMER
A60. Lends a hand to ~ AIDS
A63. Whole bunch ~ SLEW
A57. One with regrets ~ RUER
A61. You get down from it ~ EIDER
A64. Creme-filled cookie ~ OREO
A58. Tommie of baseball ~ AGEE
A62. "___ bitten, twice shy" ~ ONCE
A65. See-through ~ SHEER
A59. Smart-mouthed ~ SASSY
A63. Minuscule pest ~ GNAT
A66. Handicapper's calculation ~ ODDS
A60. Part of REO ~ OLDS
A64. Stem's opposite ~ STERN
A67. Delicatessen loaves ~ RYES
A61. Tool storage area ~ SHED
A65. "Wanted" poster option ~ DEAD
D1. Horse feed ~ OATS
D1. Director Preminger ~ OTTO
D1. Fill fully ~ SATE
D2. Distort ~ SKEW
D2. Get set, for short ~ PREP
D2. It's within your range ~ OVEN
D3. Queue ~ LINE
D3. "__ Misbehavin"' ~ AINT
D3. Take care of yourself ~ FEND
D4. Fairy tale opener ~ ONCE
D4. Scenes of action ~ LOCI
D4. Missile's trajectory ~ ARC
D5. Small role ~ CAMEO
D5. Game piece ~ DOMINO
D5. Virtually ~ ALMOST
D6. Compassionate ~ HUMANE
D6. Samms and Thompson ~ EMMAS
D6. Tapes for producers ~ DEMOS
D7. Pilot's prediction, for short ~ ETA
D7. Nasty ~ MEAN
D7. It can generate a lot of interest ~ LOAN
D8. Type choice ~ FONT
D8. Place to stay ~ INN
D8. It's kept by a keeper ~ INN
D9. Bear or hare, e.g. ~ MAMMAL
D9. Resistant ~ IMMUNE
D9. Fourposter, e.g. ~ BED
D10. Skilled ~ ADEPT
D10. Certain tournament players ~ SEEDS
D10. Not mono ~ STEREO
D11. Outfielder's cry ~ MINE
D11. Narrow path ~ LANE
D11. Twinge ~ PANG
D12. Handicappers' actions ~ BETS
D12. Part of M.A. ~ ARTS
D12. Tenor neighbor ~ ALTO
D13. Remove from office ~ OUST
D13. Ship's pole ~ MAST
D13. Starting point for a flight test? ~ NEST
D18. Decide not to take part ~ OPTOUT
D18. Small wildcat ~ OCELOT
D18. Double-reed player ~ OBOIST
D19. Side on a football field ~ DEFENSE
D19. Window covers ~ DRAPES
D19. It has its pluses and minuses ~ MATH
D23. Disinters ~ EXHUMES
D23. Small role ~ CAMEO
D23. Deck crew petty officer ~ BOSN
D25. Detested ~ HATED
D24. Up and about ~ ASTIR
D24. Small part ~ CAMEO
D26. Battling ~ ATWAR
D25. Very recently ~ NEWLY
D25. Middle of March ~ IDES
D27. Slip cover? ~ DRESS
D26. Honking fliers ~ GEESE
D26. Union headquarters? ~ ALTAR
D28. Very small ~ TINY
D27. Italian mount ~ ETNA
D27. Search for H2O ~ DOWSE
D30. Billiard stick ~ CUE
D28. Pumpkin or melon ~ GOURD
D28. Smells to high heaven ~ REEKS
D31. Fowl pole? ~ ROOST
D29. Stretch of shallow water ~ SHOAL
D29. Lament a loss ~ MOURN
D32. "I Love Lucy" star ~ ARNAZ
D30. Door attachment ~ HINGE
D30. WWII sub ~ UBOAT
D33. Basil-based sauce ~ PESTO
D31. Not happy ~ UPSET
D31. Burn slightly ~ SINGE
D35. Whodunit ~ MYSTERY
D33. Ten-armed creature ~ SQUID
D32. Detroit disaster ~ EDSEL
D37. Falafel bread ~ PITA
D34. Sage ~ WISE
D34. Ink producer ~ SQUID
D39. "____ Sera, Sera" ~ QUE
D36. Like birthdays ~ YEARLY
D37. Four quarters ~ YEAR
D40. Least wild ~ TAMEST
D37. Commotion ~ TUMULT
D38. It might be moving ~ TARGET
D45. Pitcher of woo ~ SUITOR
D42. Hot and humid ~ SULTRY
D39. Think tank output ~ IDEA
D46. Rear-ended ~ RAMMED
D43. Willow trees ~ OSIERS
D44. You may slake it ~ THIRST
D48. Boot camp boss ~ SARGE
D44. Central parts ~ CORES
D45. It's overhead ~ RENT
D50. Opinions ~ VIEWS
D45. Carrying a weapon ~ ARMED
D46. Exercise authority over ~ GOVERN
D51. Cash dispensers, for short ~ ATMS
D46. Depots: Abbr. ~ STAS
D48. Kitchen counter? ~ TIMER
D52. Former Iranian leader ~ SHAH
D47. __ Pet (growing gift) ~ CHIA
D49. Like bachelor parties ~ STAG
D53. Fork part ~ TINE
D48. Basketball net holders ~ RIMS
D50. Sparse ~ THIN
D54. A gas from the past ~ ESSO
D49. Music genre ~ SOUL
D51. Cairo debut of 1871 ~ AIDA
D56. God of thunder ~ THOR
D50. Exclamations of triumph ~ AHAS
D52. Vein bonanza ~ LODE
D57. Full of breezes ~ AIRY
D51. Very close, in poems ~ NIGH
D53. Green, creepy thing ~ VINE
D58. Patella's place ~ KNEE
D52. Patch place, perhaps ~ KNEE
D54. Cuzco native, once ~ INCA
D59. Freudian topics ~ EGOS
D53. Got older ~ AGED
D55. Long in the tooth ~ AGED
D61. Aged ~ OLD
D55. Hit letters ~ SRO
D57. "Indubitably" ~ YES

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