New York Times, Friday, October 13, 1995

Author: Charles E. Gersch
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles E. Gersch
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {FJQVX} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Gersch. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Break it up : SEPARATE
9. Made a new ditch : REDUG
14. 1989 James Michener novel : CARIBBEAN
15. Bridge bid, informally : ONENO
16. Symbols of happiness : BLUEBIRDS
17. Explanation preceder : IDEST
18. Depleted : EMPTY
19. Book or symphony : OPUS
21. Nabisco cookie : OREO
22. Comedienne Rudner : RITA
23. Scrubs : ABORTS
25. Score: Abbr. : PTS
26. Draft inits. : SSS
27. Standardized lingo : BOILERPLATE
29. d, in England : PENCE
30. Primitive painter Ralph : EARLE
31. Papal diplomats : LEGATES
34. Sent a card, perhaps : THANKED
36. Made ____ in (progressed slowly) : ADENT
37. D-Day beach : SWORD
38. Whiskers style : MUTTONCHOPS
41. Singer Scaggs : BOZ
44. Laptops, e.g. : PCS
45. Recovery clinics : REHABS
46. Face : DARE
47. Some encouragement : PATS
49. "Taxi" role : TONY
50. Related to the kidney : RENAL
51. Relatives of the crumhorn : OBOES
53. Employed, musically speaking : INTHEBAND
55. More conniving : SLIER
56. Ninja turtle's cry : COWABUNGA
57. Numerical prefix : TETRA
58. Plane now in the Smithsonian : ENOLAGAY
1. Pheasant ragouts : SALMIS
2. Goes off : ERUPTS
3. Vatican tourist attraction : PIETA
4. Dear one : ABBY
5. Baseball stat. : RBI
6. Jane Fonda activity : AEROBICS
7. Kermit, once? : TADPOLE
8. Guarantee : ENSURE
9. Louis XV, e.g. : ROI
10. Prefix with scope or skeleton : ENDO
11. Norman Mailer novel, with "The" : DEERPARK
12. Shake up : UNSETTLE
13. Deteriorate : GOTOSEED
14. "Good buddies" : CBERS
20. Ave., in Aachen : STR
23. Superb : AONE
24. Valkyries' props : SPEARS
27. Risk taker : BETTOR
28. Shore : LAND
29. Dog's breath : PANT
31. Part of a proverbially silent trio : LAMPPOST
32. Having a willing mind : EDUCABLE
33. Begins work : GETSTOIT
34. Danny Kaye musical about Noah's ark : TWOBYTWO
35. Brewery supplies : HOPS
37. Airport near Limerick : SHANNON
39. Safety prop : NET
40. High-grade : CHOICE
41. Split component : BANANA
42. Like ocher : ORANGY
43. Dobie Gillis's girlfriend : ZELDA
46. Clear of problems : DEBUG
48. Prophet : SEER
50. 1988 country album : REBA
52. Madrid Mrs. : SRA
54. Jazz altoist McIntyre : HAL

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