New York Times, Saturday, April 29, 2006

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQWXZ} This is puzzle # 68 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Quick : APT
4. Course yardstick : PAR
7. Standard pass : SPIRAL
13. Hoity-toity : LAHDIDAH
16. Unfrequented : LONELY
17. Taking a grand tour, say : INEUROPE
18. It's measured in radians : ARCSIN
19. Buckthorn trees with medically useful bark : CASCARAS
20. ___ Island, home for part of the Gateway National Recreation Area : STATEN
21. Transistor electrodes : EMITTERS
22. Stud : HEMAN
23. Postulate : ASSERT
24. Doesn't properly follow through : RENEGES
26. Not the common way : SIDESTREET
28. Things to pass in : LANES
33. Puffer's place : SEA
34. Flip : SASSY
35. N.H.L'.ers, e.g. : ICESKATERS
38. Tops : BETTERS
39. Routs : MOPSUP
44. Ran over : SPILT
45. Volleys : BARRAGES
47. Spam producer : HORMEL
48. Moving about : AMBULANT
49. Go into banks, perhaps : AVIATE
50. 1972 #1 hit with the lyric "I'm right up the road / I'll share your load" : LEANONME
51. Leaf sides : RECTOS
52. Person with a plan : INTENDER
53. Makes oneself appear smart : PREENS
54. Actor Wass : TED
55. Cape ___ : ANN
1. Caterpillar engager : ALICE
2. Boater alternative : PANAMA
3. Need for a third degree? : THESIS
4. Take illegally : PIRATE
5. Big fans : ADORERS
6. Beat poets? : RAPARTISTS
7. Couple in a date : SLASHES
8. Signs : PORTENTS
9. Privately : INCAMERA
10. Does, as a Tennessee Williams play : RESTAGES
11. Heirs, legally : ALIENEES
12. Port on Massachusetts Bay : LYNN
14. They bring tears to one's eyes : DUCTS
15. Big name in oil : HESS
24. Treaty violation, maybe : REARMAMENT
25. Place of debauchery : STY
27. Media center? : DEE
28. William Gladstone, politically: Abbr. : LIB
29. Winning full house, for short : ACESOVER
30. Shelled-out amount : NETPRICE
31. Judge : ESTIMATE
32. Halloween costume : SKELETON
36. Natural : ARTLESS
37. Potassium ___ (food mold inhibitor) : SORBATE
40. Cut back : PRUNED
41. Beauty spot : SALON
42. Pre-1962 British protectorate : UGANDA
43. Scribes : PENMEN
45. Mt. Agung locale : BALI
46. Demanding : STERN
47. Dwell : HARP

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