Comparison for usa2004-01-07

  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, March 2, 1988
  • Author: William S. McIlrath
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: "HI LO" (JANUARY 07, 2004)
  • Author: By Gordon Seaberg
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A1. A ray ~ BETA
A1. Cravat's cousin ~ ASCOT
A5. Torquato ___, Italian poet ~ TASSO
A6. Smith, perhaps ~ ALIAS
A10. Stout ~ ALE
A11. Pub brew ~ ALE
A13. Comedian King ~ ALAN
A14. Glistened ~ SHONE
A14. Bone: Comb. form ~ OSTEO
A15. Incognito ~ DISGUISED
A15. Above, in Bonn ~ UBER
A17. A.M. greeting ~ TOPOFTHEMORNING
A16. March 17 greeting ~ TOPOFTHEMORNING
A19. Large copier? ~ APE
A19. Finial ~ EPI
A20. Skilled diver ~ LOON
A20. Newsy bits ~ ITEMS
A21. Emmy winner Falco ~ EDIE
A21. Rims ~ EDGES
A22. Some campus marchers (Abbr.) ~ ROTC
A22. One who jeers ~ DERIDER
A23. Kind of statement ~ YEAREND
A24. Full of: Suffix ~ OSE
A26. Sheets and such ~ LINENS
A25. Either of two N.T. books ~ COR
A29. Handed out ~ DEALT
A26. Left ~ DEPARTED
A30. Vitamin supplement ~ IRON
A31. Medicinal herb ~ ALOE
A31. '60s catchword ~ PEACE
A34. Homophone for mettle ~ METAL
A32. Miss Piggy, self-referentially ~ MOI
A35. Nest-egg initials ~ IRA
A35. Straddler's spot ~ MIDDLEOFTHEROAD
A36. Moderate ~ MIDDLEOFTHEROAD
A39. Cleveland-to-Baltimore dir. ~ ESE
A40. Compass reading ~ ENE
A40. Tijuana toodle-oo ~ ADIOS
A41. A Lauder ~ ESTEE
A41. English estate owner, perhaps ~ EARL
A42. Ait ~ ISLE
A42. Embarrassing display ~ SCENE
A43. Pennon ~ STREAMER
A43. Fly type ~ TSETSE
A45. "Road to ___," 1947 film ~ RIO
A45. Coming into existence ~ NASCENT
A47. One, to Angus ~ ANE
A48. Seasonal song word ~ AULD
A48. Oriental ~ EASTERN
A49. Treat for Cookie Monster ~ OREO
A52. Removed ~ APART
A50. Recess at church ~ APSE
A55. Minister's home ~ MANSE
A51. Winery sight ~ VAT
A57. Ruby or Sandra ~ DEE
A54. Where some deals originate? ~ BOTTOMOFTHEDECK
A58. Where many a halfback lands ~ BOTTOMOFTHEPILE
A59. Easily moved ~ EMOTIONAL
A61. Equally ~ BOTH
A60. It might be grand ~ PIANO
A62. " . . . laborare est ___" ~ ORARE
A61. Office PC connection ~ LAN
A63. "When I was ___ . . . " ~ ALAD
A62. On one's guard ~ LEERY
A64. King precursors, at times ~ ALA
A63. Rival of Hingis ~ SELES
A65. Kitchen implement ~ CORER
D1. Nick's wirehair ~ ASTA
A66. Risqué ~ SEXY
D2. Galleria unit ~ SHOP
D1. Lessened ~ BATED
D3. Deal with adversity ~ COPE
D2. Abscond for love's sake ~ ELOPE
D4. Lennon's mate ~ ONO
D3. Nocturnal mammal ~ TAPIR
D5. Slippery discovery of 1938 ~ TEFLON
D4. Enero is first in this period ~ ANO
D6. Like some committees ~ ADHOC
D5. Walk unsteadily ~ TOTTER
D7. Certain attachment ~ LIEN
D6. Jacob's eighth son ~ ASHER
D8. Fanatic finish? ~ ISM
D7. Arrest ~ STEM
D9. Of former days ~ AGO
D8. Religious schs. ~ SEMS
D10. California's Big ___ ~ SUR
D9. Tic-tac-toe trio ~ OOO
D11. Parenthetical remark ~ ASIDE
D10. " . . . and carry ___ stick" ~ ABIG
D12. Red Square figure ~ LENIN
D11. Smooth consonant ~ LENE
D13. Put on a border ~ EDGED
D12. Units of work ~ ERGS
D16. Like some gases ~ INERT
D15. Below ~ UNDER
D18. Bambinos ~ TOTS
D17. Tray's kin ~ FIDO
D22. Tear apart ~ REND
D18. Secondhand transaction ~ RESALE
D23. "The Land of Heart's Desire" playwright ~ YEATS
D23. Like some coffee or tea ~ ICED
D24. Other preceder ~ EACH
D24. Colorful fish ~ OPAH
D25. Downwind, at sea ~ ALEE
D26. Postpone ~ DEFER
D26. Gimlet garnish ~ LIME
D27. Major trailer ~ ETTE
D27. Spring bloomer ~ IRIS
D28. Sobrinos' kin ~ TIOS
D28. Lymph gland ~ NODE
D29. Of an epoch ~ ERAL
D29. Crusoe's creator ~ DEFOE
D30. Miami's county ~ DADE
D31. Show the way, in a way ~ POINT
D31. Iowa city ~ AMES
D32. Castle ring ~ MOAT
D32. Fuzz ~ LINT
D33. They make waves ~ OARS
D33. Baltic waterway ~ ODER
D34. Not up to much ~ IDLE
D34. Speck ~ MOTE
D36. Chantilly product ~ LACE
D37. Crude shelter ~ LEANTO
D37. Fall location ~ EDEN
D38. "Love and Squalor" girl ~ ESME
D38. Clarinet, for one ~ REED
D39. Public disturbance ~ RIOT
D42. "Ivanhoe" writer ~ SCOTT
D44. Loam or loess ~ EARTH
D43. Exclamation of reproof ~ TUSH
D45. Breakfast item ~ RASHER
D44. Crashes, in slang ~ SLEEPS
D46. Conversation filler ~ ISEE
D45. Prize for Carter ~ NOBEL
D48. ___ nous ~ ENTRE
D46. Dining enticement ~ AROMA
D49. Cato was one ~ EDILE
D47. America's first saint ~ SETON
D50. Take it easy ~ RELAX
D48. In a fitting way ~ APTLY
D51. Indigent ~ NEEDY
D50. A long way off ~ AFAR
D52. Rhyme scheme ~ ABBA
D51. Scaloppine, usually ~ VEAL
D53. Place for a dip ~ POOL
D52. It may be seen breaking out ~ ACNE
D54. "___ boy!" ~ ATTA
D53. Ring stats ~ TKOS
D55. Mindanao native ~ MORO
D55. Black gold ~ OIL
D56. On the horizon ~ AFAR
D56. Curly's brother ~ MOE
D59. Soft shoe, for short ~ MOC
D57. 1300 hours ~ ONE
D60. Pops ~ PAS
D58. Go out, as a flame ~ DIE

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