Comparison for usa2005-10-27

  • Title: New York Times, Monday, September 20, 1999
  • Author: Gregory E. Paul
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: GOLLY GEE!
  • Author: By Timothy Manheim / Timothy Parker
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A1. False god ~ BAAL
A1. Burnsian hillsides ~ BRAES
A5. Buddy ~ CHUM
A6. A distant point ~ AFAR
A9. Atlanta-based airline ~ DELTA
A10. Negative entry ~ LOSS
A14. Pasture portion ~ ACRE
A14. It may lead to the cabin ~ AISLE
A15. Tip-top ~ AONE
A15. Carbonated quaff ~ COLA
A16. Turn inside out ~ EVERT
A16. Type of pilot ~ AUTO
A17. Flushing field ~ SHEA
A17. The going rate? ~ SPEED
A18. Barbershop request ~ TRIM
A18. Taj Mahal, e.g. ~ TOMB
A19. Rope fiber ~ SISAL
A19. Pierce with a point ~ STAB
A20. "Yikes!" ~ HEAVENSTOBETSY
A20. "Golly gee!" ~ HEAVENSTOBETSY
A23. Nobelist Wiesel ~ ELIE
A23. Part of B.C.E. ~ ERA
A24. Prohibition ___ (1920-33) ~ ERA
A24. Attempt a number ~ SING
A25. 1900 ~ MCM
A25. Malicious ~ MEAN
A28. Society crasher ~ UPSTART
A28. It has a fly for a door ~ TENT
A31. Menlo Park monogram ~ TAE
A31. Vertebrae formations ~ SACRA
A34. Out in front ~ AHEAD
A35. Hockey legend who wore #4 ~ ORR
A36. Be sick ~ AIL
A36. Ranch menace ~ PUMA
A37. The "A" in B.A. ~ ARTS
A37. Moves at an unnatural speed ~ RUSHES
A38. "Yikes!" ~ JEEPERSCREEPERS
A38. "Golly gee!" ~ JEEPERSCREEPERS
A42. Malt kiln ~ OAST
A41. Gas pump word ~ OCTANE
A43. Iowa's state tree ~ OAK
A42. Round of applause ~ HAND
A44. City near Dayton ~ XENIA
A43. Seek redress ~ SUE
A45. Rd. for a mail carrier ~ RTE
A44. Rudder's locale ~ STERN
A46. Prince Philip, to Queen Elizabeth ~ CONSORT
A45. Vague amount ~ SOME
A49. Calendar square ~ DAY
A46. It separates money and everything ~ ISNT
A50. Gobble up ~ EAT
A47. A very long period of time ~ AEON
A51. Like the driven snow ~ PURE
A49. Sham locks ~ WIG
A53. "Yikes!" ~ LANDSAKESALIVE
A51. "Golly gee!" ~ LANDSAKESALIVE
A60. Kindergarten adhesive ~ PASTE
A58. White-hat wearer, stereotypically ~ HERO
A61. Without: Fr. ~ SANS
A59. Neck of the woods ~ AREA
A62. Brainstorm ~ IDEA
A60. Word with mouth or home ~ MOTOR
A63. Four duos ~ OCTET
A61. Oppositionist ~ ANTI
A64. Out of the wind ~ ALEE
A62. County on the Strait of Dover ~ KENT
A65. Little tykes ~ TOTS
A63. Some hardware purchases ~ BOLTS
A66. Eye drops ~ TEARS
A64. "The Right Stuff" group ~ NASA
A67. Flippant ~ PERT
A65. Fusses ~ ADOS
A68. "If all ___ fails..." ~ ELSE
A66. Sea interrupter ~ ISLET
D1. Quite a party ~ BASH
D1. Uptown shindig ~ BASH
D2. Result of overexercise ~ ACHE
D2. Harvest-ready ~ RIPE
D3. Neck of the woods ~ AREA
D3. Under sail ~ ASEA
D4. Shove off ~ LEAVE
D4. Number of pipers piping ~ ELEVEN
D5. Tabby's tempter ~ CATNIP
D5. Meal at which the Haggadah is read ~ SEDER
D6. Derby participants ~ HORSES
D6. Pretenses ~ ACTS
D7. Platoon or squadron, e.g. ~ UNIT
D7. Travel agent? ~ FOOT
D8. Bulletin board notice ~ MEMO
D8. Just about ~ ALMOST
D9. Gila monster's home ~ DESERT
D9. One who keeps things kosher ~ RABBI
D10. "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" musical ~ EVITA
D10. Kind of effort ~ LASTGASP
D11. More or ___ ~ LESS
D11. The three in a triple play ~ OUTS
D12. Carhop's aid ~ TRAY
D12. Reprieve from the governor ~ STAY
D13. Part of NATO: Abbr. ~ ATL
D13. Type of story ~ SOB
D21. Give the slip ~ ELUDE
D21. Word with human or second ~ NATURE
D22. Funnyman Milton ~ BERLE
D22. Came next ~ ENSUED
D25. Business Administration or English Lit, e.g. ~ MAJOR
D25. Magic spells ~ MOJOS
D26. Use crib notes ~ CHEAT
D26. Build, as a monument ~ ERECT
D27. Former Attorney General Edwin ~ MEESE
D27. Glacial aftermath, perhaps ~ ARETE
D29. Carpet fasteners ~ TACKS
D29. Abbr. on an ambulance ~ EMS
D30. Lungful ~ AIR
D30. Often cheesy munchie ~ NACHO
D31. What's happening ~ TREND
D32. Game played with men and a board ~ CHESS
D32. Parts of hearts ~ ATRIA
D33. It can give you a sense of deja vu ~ RERUN
D33. Piece in Harper's ~ ESSAY
D34. Valuable possession ~ ASSET
D35. Fitting ~ APT
D36. Put in ink ~ PENNED
D37. Copycat ~ APE
D37. Pays for more Time ~ RENEWS
D39. Genealogy ~ ROOTS
D39. Irrational distrust ~ PARANOIA
D40. ___ Bernardino ~ SAN
D40. Golden Fleece source ~ RAM
D41. Old paperboy's cry ~ EXTRA
D45. Trapped ~ SNARED
D46. Midshipmen's rivals ~ CADETS
D46. Arctic abodes ~ IGLOOS
D47. First of two baseball games ~ OPENER
D48. City in Japan ~ OSAKA
D48. Autumn apple ~ RUSSET
D50. Poetic metrical feet ~ IAMBI
D50. Go in ~ ENTER
D51. Entertainer Horne ~ LENA
D52. Upper echelon ~ ELITE
D52. They may be fine or graphic ~ ARTS
D53. Shoestring ~ LACE
D53. Lotto cousin ~ KENO
D54. "The Thin Man" dog ~ ASTA
D54. Consumes ~ EATS
D55. "Immediately!" ~ ASAP
D55. "___ be a pleasure!" ~ ITLL
D56. Cabbage ~ KALE
D56. Exercise a political right ~ VOTE
D57. 1-Across, e.g. ~ IDOL
D57. Prefix for while ~ ERST
D58. Nov. 11 honorees ~ VETS
D58. Solo of some sci-fi films ~ HAN
D59. Convenience ~ EASE
D60. Flower's place ~ POT

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