New York Times, Thursday, November 7, 1996

Author: G. R. Ferguson
Editor: Will Shortz
Gerald R. Ferguson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Ferguson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shoulder of a road : BERM
5. Magician's word : POOF
9. Succotash ingredients : LIMAS
14. Sneaking suspicion : IDEA
15. Wheels of fortune? : LIMO
16. ___ Gay : ENOLA
17. Dove rival : DIAL
18. Forefather of the Edomites : ESAU
19. Jane Smiley's "A Thousand ___" : ACRES
20. Place for picky people? : STRAWBERRYPATCH
23. Audio systems, for short : PAS
24. Blended ___ : TEAS
25. Noted Arctic explorer : PEARY
28. London terminus : HEATHROW
32. Nut favored in Chinese cooking : ALMOND
34. 50's political inits. : AES
35. Gaelic "Oh my!" : OCH
36. Friend of Charlie Brown : PEPPERMINTPATTY
40. Ariz.-to-Kan. dir. : ENE
41. Suffix with resident : IAL
42. Algonquian chief : SACHEM
43. One in a million : RARAAVIS
46. Make a temporary stitch : BASTE
47. Writer Silverstein : SHEL
48. Monte Rosa, e.g. : ALP
49. Diet setback, maybe : CHOCOLATEMOUSSE
57. A feather in one's cap : HONOR
58. Delft, e.g. : WARE
59. "The Talmadge Girls" author : LOOS
60. Goes up against : ABUTS
61. African despot : AMIN
62. Find fault : CARP
63. Sworn body : POSSE
64. Blathers : YAKS
65. Up for grabs : OPEN
1. Two hearts and others : BIDS
2. Touch up, in a way : EDIT
3. Backside : REAR
4. Language blooper : MALAPROP
5. Commoners : PLEBS
6. Department north of Paris : OISE
7. First name in Persian poetry : OMAR
8. Hercule Poirot's home on Farraway Street : FOURTEEN
9. Go for : LEAPAT
10. One way to pay : INCASH
11. Cartoonist Walker : MORT
12. Novelist Waugh : ALEC
13. Pane holder : SASH
21. "McQ" star : WAYNE
22. Bakers' supplies : YEASTS
25. First-anniversary gift : PAPER
26. Turgenev lady : ELENA
27. Swelling, in England : AMPER
28. Loudly commends : HAILS
29. Authors Henry and Philip : ROTHS
30. Mendelssohn's ___ in E flat major : OCTET
31. Lamenter's question : WHYME
33. Gibberish : DRIVEL
37. Send (for) : MAILAWAY
38. Poet Neruda : PABLO
39. Mexican cruise port : ACAPULCO
44. Scarves worn to the races : ASCOTS
45. Exchange for "my kingdom" : AHORSE
48. Church cries : AMENS
49. Bloke : CHAP
50. King of the road : HOBO
51. Burden : ONUS
52. Janowitz who wrote "Slaves of New York" : TAMA
53. QB Kramer : ERIK
54. Bar stuff : SOAP
55. Needing liniment : SORE
56. Armchair athlete's channel : ESPN

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