Comparison for nw2007-02-13

  • Title: Revolver, 6/24/02 (Monday)
  • Author: by Randall J. Hartman / Edited by Peter Gordon (puzzleeditor@nysun.com)
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  • Title: 2/13/07 YOU'RE THE TOP
  • Author: by Sally R. Stein, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Tournament winner ~ CHAMP
A1. Hits head-on ~ RAMS
A6. Wounded by a bullet ~ SHOT
A5. Long story ~ SAGA
A10. Air apparent? ~ SMOG
A9. Dug up minerals ~ MINED
A14. Donnybrook ~ MELEE
A14. Support in a crime ~ ABET
A15. Mariner's yarn ~ TALE
A15. Stage accessory ~ PROP
A16. Melody ~ TUNE
A16. Atlantic, for one ~ OCEAN
A17. Essential ~ VITAL
A17. One of Columbus' ships ~ NINA
A18. They might be split ~ ENDS
A18. Nevada city ~ RENO
A19. News bit ~ ITEM
A19. Royal headpiece ~ TIARA
A20. "Harlem Shuffle" band, with "the" ~ ROLLINGSTONES
A20. Climactic moments ~ TURNINGPOINTS
A23. 6, on a phone dial ~ MNO
A23. Santa __, CA ~ ANA
A24. Playground game ~ TAG
A24. Visibility problem ~ FOG
A25. Stranded at the altar ~ JILTED
A25. Least common ~ RAREST
A29. Border on ~ ABUT
A29. Lima or garbanzo ~ BEAN
A31. Mom-and-pop org. ~ PTA
A31. Brown shade ~ TAN
A34. Computer letters ~ EMAIL
A34. Drama with music ~ OPERA
A35. Hoity-toity type ~ SNOB
A35. Hereditary ruler ~ KING
A36. Greek god of love ~ EROS
A36. Art Deco artist ~ ERTE
A37. Sufi mystic ~ WHIRLINGDERVISH
A37. Asian mystic dancer ~ WHIRLINGDERVISH
A40. Land of the leprechauns ~ EIRE
A40. Annoying noises ~ DINS
A41. The longest river in the world ~ NILE
A41. Cow sounds ~ MOOS
A42. Therefore ~ HENCE
A42. Western film ~ OATER
A43. CDs' predecessors ~ LPS
A43. Golf-course lengths: Abbr. ~ YDS
A44. Director Preminger ~ OTTO
A44. Schoolbook ~ TEXT
A45. Main arteries ~ AORTAS
A45. Capital of Alaska ~ JUNEAU
A46. Veneration ~ AWE
A46. Boston __ Party ~ TEA
A47. Like every prime number above 2 ~ ODD
A47. Brain-scan letters ~ EEG
A48. 18th century machine ~ SPINNINGJENNY
A48. Yarn-making device of yore ~ SPINNINGWHEEL
A55. Crawl space? ~ POOL
A55. Mix together ~ BLEND
A56. Way in ~ DOOR
A56. Stallion's mate ~ MARE
A57. Site of the 1988 Summer Olympics ~ SEOUL
A57. Divulge a secret ~ BLAB
A59. Rival of Vogue ~ ELLE
A59. Money spent ~ OUTGO
A60. Raison d'___ ~ ETRE
A60. Brother of Cain ~ ABEL
A61. Elvis and Fabian, once ~ IDOLS
A61. Ruination ~ BANE
A62. Garden intruder ~ WEED
A62. "Envious" color ~ GREEN
A63. Hoover and Grand Coulee, e.g. ~ DAMS
A63. Grounded jet planes: Abbr. ~ SSTS
A64. The "A" of FAQ ~ ASKED
A64. Snow vehicle ~ SLED
D1. 905, in old Rome ~ CMV
D1. Competed in a 5 Down ~ RAN
D2. One with will power? ~ HEIR
D2. Slightly ~ ABIT
D3. Kind of saxophone ~ ALTO
D3. Diner handout ~ MENU
D4. Cocktail hour follower ~ MEAL
D4. Constellation component ~ STAR
D5. Helter-skelter ~ PELLMELL
D5. Short race ~ SPRINT
D6. Dictation whiz ~ STENO
D6. Battleground ~ ARENA
D7. Put up, as a painting ~ HANG
D7. Chinese percussion instrument ~ GONG
D8. Alero and Aurora maker, for short ~ OLDS
D8. Each, slangily ~ APOP
D9. Like some modern babies ~ TESTTUBE
D9. Parliamentary proposal ~ MOTION
D10. Bee's defense ~ STING
D10. Cake covering ~ ICING
D11. Button on a remote ~ MUTE
D11. Orderly ~ NEAT
D12. Change for a five ~ ONES
D12. All __ (attentive) ~ EARS
D13. Ruby or emerald, e.g. ~ GEM
D13. Genetic identifier ~ DNA
D21. BMT and IRT's counterpart ~ IND
D21. Twangy-sounding ~ NASAL
D22. Cheerios grain ~ OAT
D22. Old enough ~ OFAGE
D25. Precious stone ~ JEWEL
D25. Rambunctious ~ ROWDY
D26. "Understood," in slang ~ IMHIP
D26. Plant pest ~ APHID
D27. Dens ~ LAIRS
D27. Horse straps ~ REINS
D28. Bottom of a makeshift swing ~ TIRE
D28. Makes a mistake ~ ERRS
D29. ___-Saxon ~ ANGLO
D29. Archie Bunker type ~ BIGOT
D30. Portend ~ BODE
D30. Remnants ~ ENDS
D31. Cursive's opposite ~ PRINT
D31. Overused, as expressions ~ TRITE
D32. Puccini opera of 1900 ~ TOSCA
D32. In between ports ~ ATSEA
D33. "Angela's ___" ~ ASHES
D33. India's first prime minister ~ NEHRU
D35. Huff ~ SNIT
D35. Fort where gold is kept ~ KNOX
D36. "... happily ___ after" ~ EVER
D36. Author Hunter ~ EVAN
D38. Meant ~ INTENDED
D38. "That is to say . . ." ~ IMEAN
D39. Zimbabwe's former name ~ RHODESIA
D39. Like sandpaper ~ ROUGH
D44. Have the deed to ~ OWN
D44. Muscle-bone connector ~ TENDON
D45. Modifying word: Abbr. ~ ADJ
D45. 19 Across features ~ JEWELS
D46. Felt under the weather ~ AILED
D46. Bit of color ~ TINGE
D47. Monsters ~ OGRES
D47. Marsh bird ~ EGRET
D48. Bottom side of a Top-Sider ~ SOLE
D48. Speak unclearly ~ SLUR
D49. North ___ (Santa's home) ~ POLE
D49. Sampras of tennis ~ PETE
D50. Scintilla ~ IOTA
D50. "__ corny as Kansas . . ." ~ IMAS
D51. "Cheers" cheer ~ NORM
D51. Captures ~ NABS
D52. Actor Beatty and others ~ NEDS
D52. Fades away ~ EBBS
D53. Alcove ~ NOOK
D53. Israeli airline ~ ELAL
D54. Christmas ~ YULE
D54. Narrow street ~ LANE
D55. Church bench ~ PEW
D55. Cranberry patch ~ BOG
D58. Drug also called acid ~ LSD
D58. Cot or convertible ~ BED

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