New York Times, Friday, December 9, 1994

Author: Matt Gaffney
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Gaffney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {QVX} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Gaffney. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Dwellers on the upper Oder : SILESIANS
10. Coasts : SLEDS
15. Attaching : HOOKINGUP
16. "The Forsyte Saga" novel : TOLET
17. It's been said : UTTERANCE
18. _____ bug in one's ear (give ideas) : PUTSA
19. Praise : LAUD
20. Perrault's "La _____ au bois dormant" : BELLE
22. Popular toy company : TOMY
23. Pompous fellow : ASS
24. Boston literary family : LOWELLS
26. Denials : NOS
27. Fido's offering : PAW
28. Été month : AOUT
29. Skippy rival : JIF
30. Perniciousness : HARM
32. More than unpleasant : RUDE
33. "Double Fantasy" singer : ONO
34. Quincy specialty : AUTOPSY
37. John Scopes, for one : TEACHER
39. C7-H5-N3-O6 familiarly : TNT
40. Enwreathe : LOOP
42. Eschews robots : MANS
43. Résumé info : AGE
44. Actress Swenson : INGA
45. Oomph : PEP
46. Musical notes : LAS
47. Not completely clean : TAINTED
49. New Deal grp. : CCC
52. Cultural matters, with "the" : ARTS
54. Many a Lett : RIGAN
55. Hard up : POOR
56. Second-generation Japanese-American : NISEI
58. Northern California city : SANTAROSA
60. "Murphy" : TATER
61. Dial number : MEGAHERTZ
62. It's currently positive : ANODE
63. 1983 Jackson-McCartney hit : SAYSAYSAY
1. Five-time Super Bowl coach : SHULA
2. Nitpicking amounts : IOTAS
3. Kind of position : LOTUS
4. Squeezed (out) : EKED
5. Gawain's title : SIR
6. One way to tie a knot : INABOW
7. Only Veep from Maryland : AGNEW
8. Word with family or winter : NUCLEAR
9. Make crystal-clear : SPELLOUT
10. Gas station display : STP
11. Galoot : LOUT
12. Singer whose middle name is Hercules : ELTONJOHN
13. City on the Raccoon : DESMOINES
14. Remains to see : STAYSFOR
21. Remain free : ELUDE
24. Like the streets of Holmesian London : LAMPLIT
25. Like an angry lobster? : STEAMED
27. Ex-con, maybe : PRO
30. Language of 14 million : HUNGARIAN
31. Certifies : ATTESTSTO
34. Swift runner of myth : ATALANTA
35. U-boat gear : SONAR
36. "A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore" et al. : YOGIISMS
38. Salary limit : CAP
41. Hypothetical supercontinent : PANGAEA
45. Some hotels : PENTAS
48. Flavorful : TANGY
49. Brewer Adolph : COORS
50. Met soprano Mary : COSTA
51. Perot theme song : CRAZY
53. Pit : SEED
55. Weaker ones : PREY
57. Displeasure : IRE
59. "Now I get it!" : AHA

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