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Mary Lou Guizzo
Mary Lou Guizzo
David Steinberg
David Steinberg

NY Times, Sun, Oct 23, 2016 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Mary Lou Guizzo and David Steinberg
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 97, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has left/right symmetry. 1-Across begins in the 8th square of the first row.
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© 2016, The New York Times
Across Down
1. President before D.D.E. : HST
4. Hairy Halloween costume : APE
5. Dog doc : VET
6. Noisy, crested birds : JAYS
10. Conger or moray : EEL
11. Eponym of a root beer brand : BARQ
15. Twangy-sounding : NASAL
16. Solitaire base card : ACE
17. Freeze over : ICEUP
19. San Diego Chargers venue to which Qualcomm got the naming rights in 1997 : JACKMURPHYSTADIUM
23. Pizza chain founded in Chicago, informally : UNOS
24. French pancake : GALETTE
25. Tetra- times two : OCTA
26. Riotous group : MOB
27. Sporty 1990s Toyota : PASEO
28. Bout stoppers, briefly : KOS
29. Quiet attention-getter : PSST
31. Recycling receptacle : BIN
32. "Mad Men" network : AMC
34. Microwaves : ZAPS
35. Threaded again, as shoes : RELACED
37. Entertainer in a béret, say : ARTISTE
39. Walt Whitman poem written after Lincoln's assassination : OCAPTAINMYCAPTAIN
43. Sci-fi escape vehicle : POD
44. German highways : AUTOBAHNS
45. Misfortune : WOE
46. Two slices of a loaf of bread : ENDS
48. Gap between neurons : SYNAPSE
49. Quantity of ale : PINT
50. Difficult to comprehend : DEEP
52. Barnyard brooders : HENS
53. Protesting loudly : RAISINGASTINK
61. Bioluminescent marine dweller : LANTERNFISH
62. Marathons, e.g. : FOOTRACES
1. Know what one's course of action will be : HAVEAPLAN
2. Orations : SPEECHES
3. English beverage since 1837 : TETLEYTEA
6. Biblical steps to heaven : JACOBSLADDER
7. Inquires : ASKS
8. Thanksgiving vegetable : YAM
9. Slimy garden pest : SLUG
11. Fisherman's success : BITE
12. Obama's health law, for short : ACA
13. Change the décor of : REDO
14. Very swiftly : QUICKASAWINK
15. Less than an instant : NANOSECOND
18. Stock portfolio hedges : PUTOPTIONS
19. Double Dutch activity : JUMPROPE
20. Swiftness : RAPIDITY
21. Tolerates : STOMACHS
22. "Manon" composer Jules : MASSENET
30. Need for making maple syrup : TAP
31. Men bearing roses or chocolates : BEAUS
33. Construction site sight : CRANE
34. Unpopular teen spot : ZIT
36. Windy City 'L' inits. : CTA
38. Festoons, as a tree on Halloween, briefly : TPS
40. French rejection : NON
41. Wall Street deg. : MBA
42. Pomeranian bark : YAP
47. Specialized Navy operative : SEAL
49. Phnom ___, Cambodia : PENH
51. "La Vie en Rose" singer Edith : PIAF
52. Pit viper's warning : HISS
54. ___-Cat : SNO
55. O.J. trial judge Lance : ITO
56. Earn after expenses : NET
57. Pit bull's warning : GRR
58. Santa ___ winds : ANA
59. U.S. Army E-7: Abbr. : SFC
60. Deadlock : TIE
Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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