Comparison for nw2007-01-01

  • Title: Mon Dec 30, 2002
  • Author: Janet R Bender/Rich Norris
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  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, August 4, 2005
  • Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: 1/01/07 SINCERELY
  • Author: by Sally R. Stein, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Slightly open ~ AJAR
A1. Den denizens ~ CUBS
A1. __ and cons ~ PROS
A5. Read a bar code ~ SCAN
A5. Tennis lesson subject ~ GRIP
A5. Cost ~ PRICE
A9. Scrambled, as a spy's message ~ CODED
A9. "This ___ life!" ~ ISTHE
A10. Playwright George Bernard ~ SHAW
A14. Hacking knife ~ BOLO
A14. Ibiza, e.g. ~ ISLA
A14. Japanese wrestling ~ SUMO
A15. Neighbor of Niger ~ MALI
A15. "Slaves of New York" author Janowitz ~ TAMA
A15. Submarine-shaped sandwiches ~ HEROS
A16. Tolerate ~ ABIDE
A16. Romance, e.g. ~ NOVEL
A16. Stereo system ~ HIFI
A17. Formal okay ~ STAMPOFAPPROVAL
A17. Green light ~ STAMPOFAPPROVAL
A17. Formal okay ~ STAMPOFAPPROVAL
A20. ___ out: barely makes ~ EKES
A20. Mag famous for sex quizzes ~ COSMO
A20. Ultimatum, for example ~ THREAT
A21. Smelter input ~ ORE
A21. Major artery ~ CAROTID
A21. Out-in-the-open ~ OVERT
A22. Represents as identical ~ EQUATES
A22. Beat in a pool ~ OUTSWAM
A22. Distress signal ~ SOS
A26. Inedible meat part ~ GRISTLE
A25. Where the buoys are ~ SEA
A24. Toothpaste holder ~ TUBE
A30. Public protest ~ OUTCRY
A26. Dwindle ~ EBB
A26. F sharp alias ~ GFLAT
A31. "For goodness' ___!" ~ SAKE
A28. Yearbook sect. ~ SRS
A30. "No bid" ~ IPASS
A32. Canyon edge ~ RIM
A29. "___ Coming" (1969 Three Dog Night hit) ~ ELIS
A32. Fedora or beret ~ HAT
A33. French composer Erik ~ SATIE
A31. ___ flask (lab container) ~ DEWAR
A35. Wonderland visitor ~ ALICE
A34. Small, medium or large ~ SIZE
A33. Snowbird's destination ~ FLORIDA
A36. What a cash register records ~ SALE
A35. Get snippy with ~ SASS
A36. Setting for betting ~ RENO
A37. Took a bus ~ RODE
A36. Memorable occasions ~ REDLETTERDAYS
A37. Colorful language ~ FOURLETTERWORDS
A38. "Mouth," "Maude" and "music" ~ FIVELETTERWORDS
A39. Makes a mistake ~ ERRS
A41. One of the Brontë sisters ~ ANNE
A41. Give lunch to ~ FEED
A40. Negative words ~ NOES
A42. Flu symptoms ~ SHIVERS
A42. Artery's opposite ~ VEIN
A41. Like many overlong sentences ~ RUNON
A43. Analyzes ~ READS
A43. Desirable feature ~ ASSET
A43. Slippery fish ~ EEL
A45. "Don't look at me!" ~ NOTI
A44. Make a mistake ~ ERR
A44. "Mum's the ___" ~ WORD
A46. Honor society letter ~ PHI
A45. H. Ross __ ~ PEROT
A45. Develop into ~ BECOME
A49. Tach reading ~ RPM
A46. Feats ~ DEEDS
A46. Mythological heaven ~ ELYSIUM
A50. Prefix with dimensional ~ UNI
A47. Portions of corn ~ EARS
A48. Asked for rare steak, say ~ ORDERED
A53. Profit ~ NETGAIN
A48. Feeling blue ~ SAD
A49. Film director Lee ~ ANG
A55. Where a kookaburra lives ~ OUTBACK
A50. Minor arguments ~ SPATS
A50. Booty ~ SWAG
A58. Some wedding music providers ~ HARPS
A53. Fla. Marlins' division ~ NLEAST
A51. Try to go beyond reasonable limits ~ PUSHTHEENVELOPE
A59. Go to an extreme ~ PUSHTHEENVELOPE
A58. Exceed accepted limits ~ PUSHTHEENVELOPE
A59. Moving about ~ ASTIR
A62. Actor Ron of "Superfly" ~ ONEAL
A63. A Great Lake ~ ERIE
A60. At no charge ~ FREE
A63. "___ small world" ~ ITSA
A64. 1057, to Caesar ~ MLVII
A61. Norse war god ~ ODIN
A64. Others, in Latin ~ ALIA
A65. Get __ the ground floor ~ INON
A62. "Marcus ___, M.D." ~ WELBY
A65. Guitarist Van Halen ~ EDDIE
A66. Have on, as a 32 Across ~ WEAR
A63. Paves ~ TARS
A66. Cereal box stat. ~ NTWT
A67. Detect with one's nose ~ SMELL
A64. Schoolbook ~ TEXT
A67. Come across as ~ SEEM
A68. Complete collections ~ SETS
D1. Situp targets ~ ABS
D1. Great Lakes swimmers ~ CISCOS
D1. "Hey, you!" ~ PSST
D2. Write quickly ~ JOT
D2. Pro golfers' circuit ~ USTOUR
D2. Supreme Court justice __ Bader Ginsburg ~ RUTH
D3. Chicken ___ king ~ ALA
D3. Wingdings ~ BLASTS
D3. Actor Sharif ~ OMAR
D4. CD- ___ ~ ROM
D4. "Dynasty" actress ~ SAMMS
D4. A portion of ~ SOME
D5. Police car, to a CBer ~ SMOKEY
D5. 1964 hit with the lyric "C'mon and turn it on, wind it up, blow it out" ~ GTO
D5. Mag illustration ~ PHOTO
D6. Sidewalk restaurant ~ CAFES
D6. W.W. II fighters ~ RAF
D6. Basketball official ~ REF
D7. "That's a shame" ~ ALAS
D7. Apple that may be green or red ~ IMAC
D7. Keogh alternative ~ IRA
D8. Small drink ~ NIP
D8. Father figures ~ PAPAS
D8. Law enforcer, informally ~ COP
D9. Stephen King's harassed high schooler ~ CARRIE
D9. Encroachment ~ INROAD
D9. Sixth sense, for short ~ ESP
D10. Some woodwinds ~ OBOES
D10. Epitome of blackness ~ SOOT
D10. Rude push ~ SHOVE
D11. Pmt. to a shareholder ~ DIV
D11. Nielsen respondent ~ TVVIEWER
D11. Honeybee's home ~ HIVE
D12. Writer LeShan ~ EDA
D12. Stretchy athletic item ~ HEADBAND
D12. A great distance ~ AFAR
D13. Dover is its state cap. ~ DEL
D13. Extra room, perhaps ~ ELL
D13. Shrivel ~ WILT
D18. "Diving" or "storm" seabird ~ PETREL
D18. U.S. secretary of state raised in the Bronx ~ POWELL
D18. Soft color ~ PASTEL
D19. Pig ~ PORKER
D19. Historic beginning? ~ PRE
D19. Steals from ~ ROBS
D22. Greek goddess of the dawn ~ EOS
D23. Healing plants ~ ALOES
D23. Convent dwellers ~ SISTERS
D23. Angry dispute ~ QUARREL
D24. Feature of a Friars Club meeting ~ MIRTH
D24. Innate abilities ~ TALENTS
D24. Totally ~ UTTERLY
D27. Warner ___ ~ BROS
D25. Software buyer ~ USER
D25. Litmus reddeners ~ ACIDS
D30. Occupation not much seen nowadays? ~ SITIN
D26. Embarrasing mistake ~ GAFFE
D26. Looks intently ~ GAZES
D32. Olympic archer ~ EROS
D27. Handbill ~ FLIER
D27. Hall of Fame third baseman Pie ___ ~ TRAYNOR
D33. Basset hound of the comics ~ FRED
D28. "Chopped" party spread ~ LIVER
D28. Supple ~ LISSOME
D34. Cattle variety ~ DEVON
D29. Scored 100 on ~ ACED
D29. Printing widths ~ EMS
D35. Rocky ridge ~ ARETE
D31. Backyard area ~ PATIO
D31. Located ~ SITED
D37. Klinger portrayer ~ FARR
D32. Rodeo mount ~ HORSE
D34. Blizzard or hurricane ~ STORM
D38. Maximum weight of a ball in Olympic soccer ~ ONEPOUND
D33. Found a sum ~ ADDED
D35. Pasta topper ~ SAUCE
D39. Hardly laughing ~ UNAMUSED
D34. Tries out ~ TESTS
D37. Sufficient ~ ENOUGH
D40. Squirm ~ WRITHE
D37. Stood up ~ ROSE
D38. Mud-sucking machine ~ DREDGE
D44. Faint ~ SUBTLE
D39. At any time ~ EVER
D39. Shoe width ~ EEE
D46. End of a sentence, maybe ~ PAROLE
D40. Walk like a duck ~ WADDLE
D42. Actor Beatty ~ NED
D47. Flower child ~ HIPPIE
D45. In the __ (long ago) ~ PAST
D44. Like Maine in January ~ WINTRY
D48. Line of fashion? ~ INSEAM
D47. Old-time anesthetic ~ ETHER
D45. Atlanta ball team ~ BRAVES
D51. "Uh-uh!" ~ NAH
D49. Blacksmith's need ~ ANVIL
D47. Title of respect in India ~ SAHIB
D52. Strand, in a way ~ ICEIN
D50. Gush forth ~ SPEW
D48. Landlord ~ OWNER
D54. Big dos ~ GALAS
D51. Undiluted ~ PURE
D50. "Will be," in a Doris Day song ~ SERA
D56. Ethnic cuisine ~ THAI
D52. Where India is ~ ASIA
D51. Terrier tootsy ~ PAW
D57. Etta of old comics ~ KETT
D54. Yale students ~ ELIS
D52. Take advantage of ~ USE
D59. He wrote "To Helen" and "For Annie" ~ POE
D55. Top-rated ~ AONE
D53. Cardinals' home: Abbr. ~ STL
D60. Australian state: Abbr. ~ NSW
D56. Take notice of ~ SPOT
D54. Young newt ~ EFT
D61. Vintner's vessel ~ VAT
D57. Change for a $20 ~ TENS
D55. Outdoor parking facility ~ LOT
D59. "__ Pinafore" ~ HMS
D56. Pindar poem ~ ODE
D60. Shade tree ~ ELM
D57. Movies, for short ~ PIX
D61. Day before a holiday ~ EVE
D58. Ending with differ ~ ENT
D62. Zilch ~ NIL

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