New York Times, Saturday, April 13, 1996

Author: G. R. Ferguson
Editor: Will Shortz
Gerald R. Ferguson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FMQXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Ferguson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bygone policy : APARTHEID
10. "This can't be!" : OHNO
14. Taunt in early motoring : GETAHORSE
15. Porch : STOOP
16. "Come to think of it" : ASIRECALL
17. "___woods these are I think I know": Frost : WHOSE
18. Kind of mile : STATUTE
19. Excavate : DEEPEN
20. Popular tour sponsor: Abbr. : USO
21. Antelope's playmate : DEER
22. Sour : ACERB
26. Booby trap feature : TRIPWIRE
30. Brown shade : COCOA
31. Bridge : CROSSOVER
32. With it : COOL
33. Ceiling support : JOIST
34. Europe's Gulf of___ : RIGA
35. Lie : TELLTALES
37. Petitions : PLEAS
38. Fluctuated : SEESAWED
39. Flummox : ADDLE
40. Old World game animals : ROES
41. German title start : DER
43. Bereft : DEVOID
46. Poisonous plant with milky juice : DOGBANE
50. Listens to : OBEYS
51. City west of Madras : BANGALORE
53. Standing : ERECT
54. Lay open : BREAKINTO
55. Miffed : SORE
56. Distaff diviners : SEERESSES
1. Ottoman officer : AGA
2. Church hassock, in England : PESS
3. Persevering : ATIT
4. Unusual, in Caesar's day : RARA
5. Tubby, in a Paul Tripp book : THETUBA
6. Start of a conjurer's phrase : HOCUS
7. One of nine sisters : ERATO
8. Key : ISLE
9. "Runaway" singer Shannon : DEL
10. Heaven or hell : OTHERWORLD
11. Wicket : HOOP
12. It may be stuffy : NOSE
13. Unguarded : OPEN
15. Important TV period : SWEEPS
19. Benjamin Franklin was one : DEIST
21. Chaff : DROSS
22. NOW and others: Abbr. : ACCTS
23. Aborigine's call : COOEE
24. Paris's___Polytechnique : ECOLE
25. Silver Spirit maker : ROLLSROYCE
26. Took a bite, maybe : TRIED
27. Like Brown's walls : IVIED
28. Splendid : REGAL
29. Obliterate : ERASE
31. Father-and-daughter singers : COLES
33. Gossiped : JAWED
36. Lao-tzu, e.g. : TAOIST
37. Cook partly in an oven : PARBAKE
41. Gifted one : DONEE
42. Actress Samantha : EGGAR
43. Manages : DOES
44. Catalonian river : EBRO
45. Change course : VEER
46. Truth alternative : DARE
47. Baba and others : ALIS
48. French denials : NONS
49. Late fashion illustrator : ERTE
51. Air-gun load : BBS
52. Sister of Selene : EOS

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