Comparison for nw2003-02-20

  • Title: 2/20/03 FAMILIAR FELLOWS
  • Author: by Sarah Keller, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Hill of song ~ FAITH
A6. Actress Arlene ~ DAHL
A10. Colombian city ~ CALI
A14. What yes-men do ~ AGREE
A15. Fonda title role ~ ULEE
A16. "__ my word!" ~ UPON
A17. Monticello builder ~ THOMASJEFFERSON
A20. __ Juan ~ SAN
A21. Autos named for Olds ~ REOS
A22. VCR adjuncts ~ TVSETS
A23. Aleutian island ~ ATTU
A24. "The Cosby Show" son ~ THEO
A25. "Harry Potter" actor ~ RICHARDHARRIS
A30. Breathe hard ~ PANT
A31. Musical based on "La Bohème" ~ RENT
A32. Seller of seashells ~ SHE
A34. "No ifs, __, or buts!" ~ ANDS
A35. Belief ~ CREED
A37. Surrounded by water ~ ASEA
A38. Sprint rival ~ MCI
A39. Whispers sweet nothings ~ COOS
A40. Tallow ~ SUET
A41. Onetime political "boy wonder" ~ HAROLDSTASSEN
A46. First name in mystery writing ~ ERLE
A47. Dismounted ~ ALIT
A48. Very cold time ~ ICEAGE
A51. Catch ~ SNAG
A52. Farm female ~ EWE
A55. 17, 25 and 41 Across to their friends? ~ TOMDICKANDHARRY
A58. "__ Like It Hot" ~ SOME
A59. Become weary ~ TIRE
A60. Borden's spokescow ~ ELSIE
A61. Winglike ~ ALAR
A62. One with the lead ~ STAR
A63. Tries to lose ~ DIETS
D1. Minnesota __ (pool great) ~ FATS
D2. Turkish leader ~ AGHA
D3. Pressing need ~ IRON
D4. Pro __ ~ TEM
D5. Fireplace floor ~ HEARTH
D6. Soup __ ~ DUJOUR
D7. Amber brews ~ ALES
D8. Hugh, familiarly ~ HEF
D9. What southpaws pitch with ~ LEFTHAND
D10. Arrow on a screen ~ CURSOR
D11. Church recess ~ APSE
D12. Ill-gotten gains ~ LOOT
D13. Travelers' havens ~ INNS
D18. __ good example ~ SETA
D19. Chris of tennis ~ EVERT
D23. They are passed in Washington ~ ACTS
D24. You, to the Amish ~ THEE
D25. Ponderosa, e.g. ~ RANCH
D26. Ink variety ~ INDIA
D27. Tog up ~ DRESS
D28. It's open for discussion ~ ISSUE
D29. Bartlet on "The West Wing" ~ SHEEN
D30. Dawber or Shriver ~ PAM
D33. Grab a bite ~ EAT
D35. Gets paid ~ COLLECTS
D36. Took the bus ~ RODE
D37. Girl Fri. ~ ASST
D39. Welsh dog ~ CORGI
D42. "See Spot run" source ~ READER
D43. Leather worker ~ TANNER
D44. "When I was __ . . ." ~ ALAD
D45. Expressed relief, in a way ~ SIGHED
D48. "__ girl!" ~ ITSA
D49. "Neato!" ~ COOL
D50. Poet Lazarus ~ EMMA
D51. Franklin's mother ~ SARA
D52. Celtic language ~ ERSE
D53. Order from the court ~ WRIT
D54. Needle holes ~ EYES
D56. Do-it-yourselfer's purchase ~ KIT
D57. __ Baba ~ ALI

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