Comparison for cs2002-10-05

  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, August 25, 1999
  • Author: Richard Hughes
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: October 5, 2002 - "Learning Curve Ball"
  • Author: By Sarah Keller
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A1. ___ chic ~ TRES
A1. Droops ~ SAGS
A5. Like some calls ~ CLOSE
A5. Cut, as wood ~ SAWED
A10. Stuff to be crunched ~ DATA
A10. Finder's cries ~ AHAS
A14. "Let's Make a Deal" host ~ HALL
A14. Oscar-winner Jannings ~ EMIL
A15. Put in the cup ~ HOLED
A15. Start of Caesar's boast ~ ICAME
A16. Spy exchanged for Powers ~ ABEL
A16. Rajah's wife ~ RANI
A17. The biggest of seven ~ ASIA
A17. It was once French Sudan ~ MALI
A18. LP half ~ ASIDE
A18. Mr. Clean's target ~ GRIME
A19. Fire ~ ZEAL
A19. A house may be built on it ~ SLAB
A20. Start of a Mark Twain quote ~ IHAVENEVERLETMY
A20. Start of a quote ~ IHAVENEVERLETMY
A23. ___ Valley, Idaho ~ SUN
A23. Do away with, in a way ~ ERASE
A24. First name in mystery writing ~ ERLE
A24. Photographer Adams ~ ANSEL
A25. C.I.A. progenitor ~ OSS
A25. Container full of monkeys? ~ BARREL
A28. Increase, with "up" ~ REV
A28. Capital of Latvia ~ RIGA
A30. Concert hall cry ~ ENCORE
A30. Baking prophet? ~ AMOS
A35. Quote, part 2 ~ SCHOOLING
A31. Part 2 of quote ~ SCHOOLING
A39. Gave sparingly, with "out" ~ DOLED
A36. Sayer of songs? ~ LEO
A40. Masterstroke ~ COUP
A37. Digs down further ~ DEEPENS
A41. Journalist's 40-Across ~ SCOOP
A39. Half an injury? ~ BOO
A43. Believers ~ ISTS
A40. Part 3 of quote ~ INTERFERE
A44. Bit of high jinks ~ ANTIC
A42. Form of plastic? ~ VISA
A46. Quote, part 3 ~ INTERFERE
A43. Hardens ~ SETS
A48. Join anew, in a way ~ RESEAM
A44. Lifted ~ RAISED
A50. Pay stub? ~ OLA
A46. Eighth Greek letter ~ THETA
A51. Cambodia's Lon ___ ~ NOL
A49. Goodnight girl of song ~ IRENE
A52. Titicaca, por ejemplo ~ LAGO
A51. End of quote ~ WITHMYEDUCATION
A55. "___ your dime!" ~ ITS
A57. Murray of country music ~ ANNE
A57. End of the quote ~ WITHMYEDUCATION
A58. "Maria ___" (1941 Jimmy Dorsey hit) ~ ELENA
A65. Jim Davis dog ~ ODIE
A59. Nothing in Nogales ~ NADA
A66. Singer ___ Marie ~ TEENA
A60. "Tune ___ eleven" ~ INAT
A67. Go bonkers ~ RAVE
A61. City in southwestern New York ~ OLEAN
A68. Rustic pipe ~ REED
A62. God of love ~ AMOR
A69. John who played Gomez ~ ASTIN
A63. Financial page letters ~ NYSE
A70. "A Death in the Family" author ~ AGEE
A64. Squander ~ WASTE
A71. Pietà figure ~ MARY
A65. With 46-Down, author of the quote ~ MARK
A72. Heroes' exploits ~ GESTS
D1. Prefix with circle or colon ~ SEMI
A73. Lily locale ~ POND
D2. Indian housemaid ~ AMAH
D1. Popular cuisine ~ THAI
D3. ___ monster ~ GILA
D2. Prickly heat, e.g. ~ RASH
D4. Targets for tweezers ~ SLIVERS
D3. "Essays of ___" ~ ELIA
D5. A wink or a nod, maybe ~ SIGNAL
D4. Europe's largest ethnic group ~ SLAVS
D6. "Green ___" (Eddie Albert sitcom) ~ ACRES
D5. Remote selections ~ CHANNELS
D7. Give up, as a right ~ WAIVE
D6. Give the slip to ~ LOSE
D8. Host of "Fashion Emergency" ~ EMME
D7. Holy oil source ~ OLIVE
D9. Does ~ DEER
D8. When haroseth is eaten ~ SEDER
D10. Where the arms are ~ ARSENAL
D9. 1920's swimming sensation Gertrude ~ EDERLE
D11. Reaches a standstill ~ HALTS
D10. Punchy state ~ DAZE
D12. "What's in ___?" ~ ANAME
D11. Opposite of hinder ~ ABET
D13. Female prophet ~ SIBYL
D12. Bulls or Bears ~ TEAM
D21. Before, to bards ~ ERE
D13. One who's in your corner ~ ALLY
D22. Nigeria's largest city ~ LAGOS
D21. It's worth around a dollar ~ EURO
D25. Java neighbor ~ BALI
D22. Put up, as money ~ LEND
D26. Sherman Hemsley sitcom ~ AMEN
D25. Hollywood treasure ~ OSCAR
D27. It may be square in math class ~ ROOT
D26. Teatime treat ~ SCONE
D28. Syngman ___, former president of Korea ~ RHEE
D27. Puts out of business ~ SHUTS
D29. Charged particle ~ ION
D29. One of a Caesarean trio ~ VICI
D31. Gets the picture ~ SEES
D31. Bob, e.g. ~ COIF
D32. EMT administration ~ CPR
D32. "Hellzapoppin'" star Ole ~ OLSEN
D33. Storklike creature ~ IBIS
D33. Like some styles ~ RETRO
D34. It's clearly on your face? ~ NOSE
D34. Car bomb? ~ EDSEL
D35. Egg on ~ GOAD
D36. Aunt Bee's charge ~ OPIE
D37. Sleep phenomenon ~ DREAM
D37. ___ compos mentis ~ NON
D38. New newt ~ EFT
D38. Jail or pot lead-in ~ GOTO
D41. Art lover (Var.) ~ ESTHETE
D42. Critters with pouches ~ PELICANS
D42. "Good Morning, ___" (1988 Robin Williams movie) ~ VIETNAM
D45. Like the eye of a storm ~ CALM
D44. Mend a chair, perhaps ~ RECANE
D47. Pro ___ ~ RATA
D45. Actress ___ Alicia ~ ANA
D49. Employer of commercialdom's idle repairman ~ MAYTAG
D46. See 65-Across ~ TWAIN
D53. Blind followers ~ GEESE
D47. Horse-donkey hybrid ~ HINNY
D54. "Waiting for Lefty" playwright ~ ODETS
D48. Lab burners ~ ETNAS
D56. Harness part ~ STRAP
D49. Notions in Nantes ~ IDEES
D57. Inside of a jumping bean ~ WORM
D50. Attack ~ RUNAT
D58. Brainwave ~ IDEA
D52. "___! That hurts!" ~ YEOW
D59. Level ~ TIER
D53. Former Connecticut governor Grasso ~ ELLA
D60. Actress Lamarr ~ HEDY
D54. "___ Camera" ~ IAMA
D61. Hand or foot ~ UNIT
D55. Fishy smell ~ ODOR
D62. "Othello" fellow ~ IAGO
D56. Stoolie in Surrey ~ NARK
D63. It's within your range ~ OVEN
D64. Exigency ~ NEED

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