New York Times, Saturday, April 11, 1998

Author: Gerald R. Ferguson
Editor: Will Shortz
Gerald R. Ferguson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Ferguson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Site near Mt. Everest : BASECAMP
9. Like Mt. Everest or a lizard : SCALED
15. Numbers person? : OPERATOR
16. ___ de Balzac : HONORE
17. U.S. President's command : MILITARY
18. Once-popular computers : AMIGAS
19. Area of European concern : BALKANS
20. Curly corn chips : FRITOS
21. Creweler's container : NEEDLECASE
23. Welcomes, as a caller : ASKSIN
27. Feeling : AURA
28. Prepare more rounds : RELOAD
29. Deludes : MISLEADS
34. Crawl (with) : TEEM
35. Roll (up) : WAD
36. Launched : ASEA
37. Piece of boxing equipment : SPEEDBAG
40. Wilde's Gray : DORIAN
42. Initiation, e.g. : RITE
43. Like Nebraska : INLAND
44. It may give you a song and dance : TALENTSHOW
48. Echo and others : OREADS
49. Rolls up : AMASSES
54. 1040 data : INCOME
55. Exhaust : OVERWORK
56. Bobby soxer : TEENER
57. Plant also known as orange hawkweed : REDDAISY
58. Doctor's ___ : ORDERS
59. Trains may use them : TRESTLES
1. Lay an egg : BOMB
2. City near which Robert Louis Stevenson is buried : APIA
3. Purvey : SELL
4. Tenor in "The Flying Dutchman" : ERIK
5. Sicily's second-largest city : CATANIA
6. Finished : ATANEND
7. Kind of signals : MORSE
8. Lever : PRY
9. Liberal ones : SHARERS
10. Burlesque : COMICAL
11. Professor Hill : ANITA
12. Advertising features : LOGOS
13. Clean, in a way : ERASE
14. ___ Lacs National Wildlife Refuge : DES
20. Not fixed : FLUID
22. Subject of some jury deliberations : DAMAGES
23. Fine things : ARTS
24. Trickle : SEEP
25. Bauhaus artist : KLEE
26. A bit : SOME
30. Shakespeare's ___ of Salisbury : EARL
31. The Kara Sea is on its north : ASIA
32. One with a list : DEAN
33. Smooth, in a way : SAND
35. One of the Rolling Stones : WATTS
38. Impractical sort : DREAMER
39. School store supplies : BINDERS
40. ___ Islands, in the Bering Strait : DIOMEDE
41. "Charge!" : ONWARDS
44. Color modifier : TONER
45. Like meteor paths : ARCED
46. Freetown money unit : LEONE
47. June in Hollywood : HAVER
50. Acronym on some jackets : SWAT
51. Earth : SOIL
52. Relative of Manx : ERSE
53. "The ___ the limit!" : SKYS
54. Name in 1995 news : ITO
55. Bit for Fido : ORT

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