Comparison for nw2007-03-04

  • Title: 6/03/01 MIDDLE AGES: Sounds ancient, but it's brand new
  • Author: by Shirley Soloway, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: 3/04/07 MEDIEVAL: A sly way of hinting at what the long answers have in common
  • Author: by Shirley Soloway, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Separated ~ APART
A1. Raucous sound ~ BLARE
A6. Priest's vestment ~ ALB
A6. "HELLO! MY __ IS . . ." ~ NAME
A9. Harm ~ MAIM
A10. Hurt severely ~ MAIM
A13. Radio character with a crowded closet ~ MCGEE
A14. John D. MacDonald sleuth ~ MCGEE
A18. Ocean crosser ~ LINER
A19. Prepared a fillet ~ BONED
A19. Book after Joel ~ AMOS
A20. Like crazy ~ ALOT
A20. Swit's costar ~ ALDA
A21. Hawkeye Pierce portrayer ~ ALDA
A21. Main trunk ~ AORTA
A22. Heart line ~ AORTA
A22. Communication problem ~ LANGUAGEBARRIER
A23. Communication obstacle ~ LANGUAGEBARRIER
A25. Copies, for short ~ STATS
A26. Flabbergasts ~ STUNS
A26. In a daze ~ ASEA
A27. Sock mishap ~ SNAG
A27. Fail to see ~ MISS
A28. Young lady ~ LASS
A28. Perfume from petals ~ ATTAR
A29. "When You Wish Upon __" ~ ASTAR
A29. Trapped ~ ATBAY
A30. No longer dangerous ~ ATBAY
A30. Cafe au __ ~ LAIT
A31. Sale condition ~ ASIS
A32. Skater Babilonia ~ TAI
A33. Numerical prefix ~ TRI
A34. Actress Blair ~ LINDA
A35. Singer Ronstadt ~ LINDA
A36. Type of fruit ~ GREENGAGEPLUM
A37. Dessert fruit ~ GREENGAGEPLUM
A42. "Rues," for "sure" ~ ANAGRAM
A43. Seaweeds, to seesawed ~ ANAGRAM
A46. Barrel into ~ RAM
A47. Sleep-stage letters ~ REM
A47. Character ~ NATURE
A48. Printer employees ~ INKERS
A48. Bilko nickname ~ SARGE
A49. Sign feloniously ~ FORGE
A50. Roof part ~ EAVE
A51. "__ kleine Nachtmusik" ~ EINE
A51. __ out a living ~ EKE
A52. St. crosser ~ AVE
A52. "Has 1001 __!" ~ USES
A53. Greek letters ~ PSIS
A53. White-water craft ~ CANOE
A54. Alamo defender ~ BOWIE
A54. Anne Bronte's pseudonym ~ ACTON
A55. Take, as advice ~ ACTON
A55. Contract details ~ TERMS
A56. Stylist's creations ~ PERMS
A57. Small drum ~ TABOR
A58. Cowboy accessories ~ SPURS
A60. Tennis shot ~ OVERHAND
A61. Type of tennis shot ~ OVERHAND
A62. Jason's ship ~ ARGO
A63. Half a Samoan city name ~ PAGO
A63. Future ferns ~ SPORES
A64. Helpmate ~ SPOUSE
A65. Cheroot ~ STOGIE
A66. Cheroot ~ STOGIE
A66. Sister of Clio ~ ERATO
A67. Not in the dark about ~ ALERTTO
A68. "Jack Sprat could __ fat . . ." ~ EATNO
A69. Bluegrass instrument ~ BANJO
A70. Dentist's directive ~ WIDER
A71. Added a lane to ~ WIDENED
A72. Dissertations ~ THESES
A75. Gets on ~ TEASES
A74. Surprisingly ~ NOLESS
A77. To boot ~ NOLESS
A76. Sarajevo citizen ~ SERB
A79. Golfer Ballesteros ~ SEVE
A79. Digressions ~ TANGENTS
A80. Trig functions ~ TANGENTS
A82. Carpenter's tool ~ LEVEL
A83. Clip-on device ~ PAGER
A83. "Just Shoot Me" star ~ SEGAL
A84. Early evening ~ SEVEN
A84. Elite squad ~ ATEAM
A85. Nautical direction ~ ABEAM
A85. Light __ (ethereal) ~ ASAIR
A86. Had leftovers, perhaps ~ ATEIN
A87. Julia Roberts' brother ~ ERIC
A88. A party to ~ INON
A90. Cold cubes ~ ICE
A91. Farm animal ~ ANT
A91. Foundry refuse ~ SLAG
A92. Ship's ensign ~ FLAG
A92. Greek marketplace ~ AGORA
A93. Playing marble ~ AGATE
A93. Still-life object ~ BANANA
A94. Manage somehow ~ MAKEDO
A95. Society-page word ~ NEE
A96. Poor grade ~ DEE
A96. "The rest is __" ~ SILENCE
A97. Roman comic playwright ~ TERENCE
A98. Peg-game need ~ CRIBBAGEBOARD
A99. Card-game gear ~ CRIBBAGEBOARD
A101. "White April" poet ~ REESE
A102. Singer Della ~ REESE
A103. Mets' div. ~ NLE
A104. Daisy __ Yokum ~ MAE
A104. Tale ~ GEST
A105. Prof. rank ~ ASST
A105. Scarecrow stuffing ~ STRAW
A106. Rain-forest parrot ~ MACAW
A108. Expanse of land or water ~ TRACT
A109. Ensnares ~ TRAPS
A111. __-back (easygoing) ~ LAID
A112. Auction-catalog listings ~ LOTS
A113. Chore ~ TASK
A114. Errand ~ TASK
A117. Ease up ~ ABATE
A118. Fall back ~ ABATE
A118. Iditarod starting point ~ ANCHORAGEALASKA
A119. Largest city in the 50th state ~ ANCHORAGEALASKA
A121. Conrad of film ~ NAGEL
A122. Heredity factors ~ GENES
A122. Swamp ~ MIRE
A123. Puccini heroine ~ MIMI
A123. Harris honorific ~ BRER
A124. "It's sure cold!" ~ BRRR
A124. Lie in store for ~ AWAIT
A125. Be patient for ~ AWAIT
A125. Prepare for a formal dinner ~ DRESS
A126. That is: Lat. ~ IDEST
A126. Equal ~ PEER
A127. Pizzeria implement ~ PEEL
A127. Chemical suffix ~ IDE
A128. March 15th, e.g. ~ IDES
A128. Soft velvet ~ PANNE
A129. Poopdeck __ (Popeye's father) ~ PAPPY
D1. __ breve ~ ALLA
D1. OPEC units ~ BBLS
D2. Zadora and Lindstrom ~ PIAS
D2. Library transaction ~ LOAN
D3. Andrew's sister ~ ANNE
D3. Fictional Christie ~ ANNA
D4. Entertain ~ REGALE
D4. Caribbean music ~ REGGAE
D5. Play about Capote ~ TRU
D5. www.usc.__ ~ EDU
D6. Iowa State city ~ AMES
D6. "Madama Butterfly" setting ~ NAGASAKI
D7. Crab cousin ~ LOBSTER
D7. "Pale" brews ~ ALES
D8. Troop grp. ~ BSA
D8. Hood ~ MOBSTER
D9. K follower ~ MART
D9. LAX stat ~ ETA
D10. Landed ~ ALIT
D10. Ares alias ~ MARS
D11. Perfect ~ IDEAL
D11. Landed ~ ALIT
D12. Altar exchanges ~ MARRIAGEVOWS
D12. Perfect ~ IDEAL
D13. Ancient fortress of Israel ~ MASADA
D13. Altar exchanges ~ MARRIAGEVOWS
D14. Dairy-case product ~ COTTAGECHEESE
D14. Ancient Mideast siege site ~ MASADA
D15. Lay hold of ~ GRAB
D15. Concoction with curds ~ COTTAGECHEESE
D16. Sundance's girlfriend ~ ETTA
D16. Chuck-wagon serving ~ GRUB
D17. "Piece of cake!" ~ EASY
D17. Sicilian peak ~ ETNA
D19. Annoy ~ AGITATE
D18. Like pushovers ~ EASY
D23. Spanish girlfriends ~ AMIGAS
D24. Makes true ~ ALIGNS
D24. Amtrak track ~ RAIL
D25. Marsh bird ~ RAIL
D31. Year: Lat. ~ ANNUS
D32. Short cuts ~ SNIPS
D33. Go __ (lose control) ~ APE
D34. Rotation-speed meas. ~ RPS
D35. Needle point: Abbr. ~ NNE
D36. Compass reading ~ NNE
D36. Ninotchka portrayer ~ GRETA
D37. Italian brandy ~ GRAPPA
D37. Leaf tender ~ RAKER
D38. Let on ~ REVEAL
D38. Come out ~ EMERGE
D39. Come out ~ EMERGE
D39. Vim ~ GUSTO
D40. Artist's plaster ~ GESSO
D40. Mil. branch ~ USAR
D41. "X-Files" subjects ~ UFOS
D41. End of many superheroes' names ~ MAN
D42. Shorten, as a lawn ~ MOW
D43. Pro __ (proportionally) ~ RATA
D44. Actress Moreno ~ RITA
D44. Lauder competitor ~ AVON
D45. Quote-book abbr. ~ ANON
D45. Heal ~ MEND
D46. Repair ~ MEND
D49. Show favoritism ~ ROOT
D50. Something hilarious ~ RIOT
D53. "Dances With Wolves" director ~ COSTNER
D54. Three-Oscar actor ~ BRENNAN
D54. Dry ~ ARID
D55. Very dry ~ ARID
D56. Bank-ad numbers ~ MORTGAGERATES
D57. House hunter's concern ~ MORTGAGERATES
D58. Son of Zeus ~ ARES
D59. Watering holes ~ PUBS
D59. Actress Arthur ~ BEA
D60. 1984 Summer Olympics host ~ USA
D61. Protection ~ EGIS
D62. Auspices ~ EGIS
D63. British gun ~ STEN
D64. "Streetcar . . ." nickname ~ STAN
D64. Philatelist's item ~ POSTAGESTAMP
D65. Philately specimen ~ POSTAGESTAMP
D65. Fish dish ~ SOLE
D66. Fish dish ~ SOLE
D67. "Pardon me . . ." ~ AHEM
D68. Flow copiously ~ TEEM
D69. Election mo. ~ NOV
D70. One way to run ~ JOG
D71. Capital of Saskatchewan ~ REGINA
D72. "Bonanza" setting ~ NEVADA
D73. Exxon, once ~ ESSO
D73. Less lopsided ~ EVENER
D75. Catherine, in "The Mask of Zorro" ~ ELENA
D74. Knocked in, in a way ~ DENTED
D77. Indy driver, e.g. ~ RACER
D76. Spanish 101 verb ~ ESTA
D78. Run, as a fabric ~ BLEED
D78. Actress Slezak ~ ERIKA
D79. Itar-__ (Russian news agency) ~ TASS
D80. Wilson predecesssor ~ TAFT
D80. King of the Huns ~ ATLI
D81. Up to the task ~ ABLE
D81. "Hud" Oscar-winner ~ NEAL
D82. In the vicinity ~ NEAR
D82. Prevaricator ~ LIAR
D83. Landing place ~ PIER
D83. Strikebreakers ~ SCABS
D84. Hoity-toity types ~ SNOBS
D86. Curved line ~ ARC
D87. List shortener ~ ETC
D88. More like Joplin's music ~ RAGGIER
D89. Vetoes, for example ~ NEGATERS
D89. "__ vacation!" ~ INEEDA
D90. Black Sea city ~ ODESSA
D92. Fearless flyer ~ ACE
D93. Old pro ~ ACE
D93. Oil container: Abbr. ~ BBL
D94. CFO's degree, often ~ MBA
D94. Heloise's love ~ ABELARD
D95. French philosopher ~ ABELARD
D97. Stair pillars ~ NEWELS
D98. Most recent ~ NEWEST
D99. A fan of ~ INTO
D100. "__ Excited" (Pointer Sisters tune) ~ IMSO
D100. NHL city ~ OTTAWA
D101. Parliament meeting place ~ OTTAWA
D102. Bilko nickname ~ ERNIE
D103. "Sesame Street" character ~ ERNIE
D105. Trap material ~ SAND
D106. Star-following trio ~ MAGI
D106. Ski tow ~ TBAR
D107. Not up yet ~ ABED
D107. Current fashion ~ RAGE
D108. Sugar source ~ CANE
D109. Land unit ~ ACRE
D110. Top spot ~ ACME
D110. "Mask" actress ~ CHER
D111. Dr. McGraw of TV ~ PHIL
D112. Writer James ~ AGEE
D113. Dictatorial boss ~ OGRE
D114. Simile center ~ ASAN
D115. Without delay, for short ~ ASAP
D115. Fruit peel ~ SKIN
D116. Don't participate in ~ SKIP
D116. Mulgrew of "Star Trek: Voyager" ~ KATE
D117. Girl in a 1918 song ~ KATY
D119. Box-score entry ~ RBI
D120. Slugger's stat ~ RBI
D120. Once around the track ~ LAP
D121. Sports circuit ~ LAP

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