New York Times, Friday, April 7, 1995

Author: Gerald R. Ferguson
Editor: Will Shortz
Gerald R. Ferguson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 40 Missing: {GJKQZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Ferguson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Blended desserts : FRAPPES
8. Nursery item : CRIB
12. Trailblazed : PIONEERED
14. "Crazy" singer : CLINE
15. Murmur : UNDERTONE
16. Figure in a 1971 mystery : HOFFA
17. Lickety-split : POSTHASTE
18. Suffered : AILED
19. Guinness, e.g. : ALE
20. Opposite of runners : PASSERS
22. Hydras : POLYPS
26. Self-deprivation : DIET
27. Notions, to Nicole : IDEES
28. Woolgather : DAYDREAM
32. Toll : PEAL
33. Ballerina Jeanmarie : RENEE
34. Destroy : RUIN
36. Back from the shop : ALLFIXED
38. Mekong, for one : DELTA
39. Bounce : OUST
40. Under wraps : HIDDEN
41. Bookstore visitor : BROWSER
44. Song syllables : LAS
45. Jeweler's aid : LOUPE
46. Some bridge bids : OVERCALLS
52. Release : UNTIE
53. Arctic hunting grounds : SEALERIES
54. Blissful locales : EDENS
55. Some Cadillacs : ELDORADOS
56. Miffed : SORE
57. Suddenly hits : DAWNSON
1. Dry sherry of Spain : FINO
2. Land measures : RODS
3. Operating without _____ : ANET
4. Conceivably : PERHAPS
5. Parts of bloomers : PETALS
6. Like a maple leaf : EROSE
7. Posted : SENT
8. Seclusive : CLOISTERED
9. Repeater, maybe : RIFLE
10. Construe : INFER
11. Abacus parts : BEADS
12. Kind of tent : PUP
13. Bred-in-the-bone : DEEPDYED
14. Second drink : CHASER
21. Message taker, e.g. : AIDE
22. Dandy : PIP
23. Theaters : ODEA
24. Faithful, to a Scot : LEAL
25. Good wood for floors : YELLOWPINE
28. Corn sugar : DEXTROSE
29. Actress Sue _____ Langdon : ANE
30. 1771 ballad, "_____, Robin Gray" : AULD
31. Minim : MITE
33. Angry reaction : RISE
35. Pulitzer-winning writer Robertson : NAN
37. Red flares : FUSEES
38. Make out : DISCERN
40. Screen Jean : HARLOW
41. Willie Dixon genre : BLUES
42. Sonata finale : RONDO
43. Peripheral : OUTER
44. _____ charmed life (be lucky) : LEADA
47. South African grassland : VELD
48. First king of Phliasia, in myth : ARAS
49. Venetian beach : LIDO
50. Pianist Fleisher : LEON
51. Radiator sound : SSS

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