New York Times, Friday, June 6, 1997

Author: Gerald R. Ferguson
Editor: Will Shortz
Gerald R. Ferguson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {HJQWXZ} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Ferguson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Cheers!" : BOTTOMSUP
10. 1995 Horse of the Year : CIGAR
15. Chesterfields : OVERCOATS
16. Julio's opposite : ENERO
17. Opera cast members : BARITONES
18. Important boards, for short : LSATS
19. Molecules that bind to receptors : LIGANDS
20. If-looks-could-kill looks : GLARES
21. Certain neckline : VEE
22. Humorist Lebowitz : FRAN
23. Encrusted : CAKED
26. Captain's log heading : STARDATE
30. Shows : BARES
31. Blisters, of a kind : COLDSORES
32. Handicap : EDGE
33. Force units : DYNES
34. Still-life subjects : URNS
35. Foundry device : DROPFORGE
37. Kind of fair : STATE
38. Capable of being felt : SENSUOUS
39. ___ profundo : BASSO
40. Chamber workers: Abbr. : SENS
41. Headlight setting : DIM
42. Lifter's asset : MUSCLE
45. Singsong sounds : TRALALA
49. Press into service : ENROL
50. Ships' sinkers? : LOOSELIPS
52. Glorify : ADORE
53. They get taken to dinner : APPETITES
54. Word with hard or hook : NOSED
55. Duesenberg A's, e.g. : ROADSTERS
1. Weave's partner : BOB
2. Geometry's ___ of Cassini : OVAL
3. Actress Copley : TERI
4. Math class, informally : TRIG
5. Parts of sonnets : OCTAVES
6. Engaged in reverie : MOONED
7. Horse racing Hall-of-Famer Earl : SANDE
8. Western Athletic Conference team : UTES
9. They're not part of the body: Abbr. : PSS
10. Tornado refuge sites : CELLARS
11. Ropes, so to speak : INSANDOUTS
12. Reverse, e.g. : GEAR
13. Museo offering : ARTE
14. "E.R." doctor : ROSS
20. Homecoming V.I.P.'s : GRADS
22. Town by Palisades State Pk. : FTLEE
23. Fighting force : CADRE
24. Scientific discovery of 1894 : ARGON
25. Tallies : KEEPSSCORE
26. Airs : SONGS
27. Rich tapestry : ARRAS
28. Fifty minutes past the hour : TENTO
29. "___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto) : ESSE
30. Penitentiary count : BEDS
31. Inventor McCormick : CYRUS
33. Blackmore heroine : DOONE
36. Nourished: Var. : FUELLED
37. Young salmon : SAMLETS
39. Not square : BIASED
41. Words before hint or line : DROPA
42. Ill-tempered : MEAN
43. Ruin : UNDO
44. B'way hits : SROS
45. "___ the mornin'!" : TOPO
46. Settled : ALIT
47. Low-cal : LITE
48. Impressionist : APER
50. Ancient Roman spirit : LAR
51. Natl. registry org. : SSS

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