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Fred Piscop
Fred Piscop

NY Times, Sun, Feb 28, 2016 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Fred Piscop
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 82, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular symmetry. 1-Across begins in the first square of the first row.
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© 2016, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rifle attachment useful in targeting : SCOPE
6. Knight's protection : ARMOR
7. Brother of Cain and Abel : SETH
11. Triangular sails : JIBS
15. The conductor wore a ___ : RAILROADTIE
18. Concerning, on memos : INRE
19. Start the kitty : ANTE
20. Slackens off : ABATES
21. Hat-tipper's word : MAAM
22. Guys, not gals : HES
23. Furnace feeders : STOKERS
24. Travel like a biathlete : SKI
25. Cowardly Lion player : LAHR
26. Eat with a napkin on one's lap, say : DINE
28. Menu heading with Copy and Paste commands : EDIT
30. Start to capsize : TIP
33. Pindar and others : ODISTS
36. Post-rainstorm disaster : MUDSLIDE
38. Old-style "please" : PRITHEE
39. Where to watch "Sesame Street" : PBS
40. The attorney wore a ___ : CIVILSUIT
42. "-ite" material, often : ORE
43. Complete a journey : GETHOME
45. Bargain hunters' stops : TAGSALES
47. Request in earnest : ADJURE
48. Ecol., for one : SCI
49. Part of many a bouquet : ROSE
50. Iowa State's home : AMES
51. Neighbor of Vietnam : LAOS
53. Staff sgt., e.g. : NCO
54. Lose sight of things? : GOBLIND
58. Cat or hamster : PET
61. Pod in Cajun cookery : OKRA
63. Discriminatory, in a way : AGEIST
64. Hard to grab onto : EELY
65. Moore of "Ghost" : DEMI
66. The demolitionist wore a ___ : BLASTINGCAP
68. Line on a musical note : STEM
69. FedExed, say : SENT
70. Playing marble : AGATE
71. Like a fillet : BONED
1. Ex-governor Palin : SARAH
2. Stretch, as one's neck : CRANE
3. Skips over : OMITS
4. Gondolier's tool : POLE
5. Cause a snafu, say : ERR
7. Crazy Horse Memorial locale: Abbr. : SDAK
8. Suffix with Smurf : ETTE
9. Level : TIER
10. Seller of toy fuel trucks : HESS
11. Huck Finn's raftmate : JIM
12. Visibly peeved : INASNIT
13. The auto mechanic wore ___ : BRAKESHOES
14. Vehicle in a convoy : SEMI
16. Witness's words : OATH
17. Unsuccessful, as a launch : ABORTIVE
23. Factor in college admissions : SATSCORE
25. Tankard topper : LID
26. Day of "Pillow Talk" : DORIS
27. Race officially listed at 1,049 miles : IDITAROD
28. Certain war zone reporter : EMBED
29. The book dealer wore a ___ : DUSTJACKET
31. Exiled Amin : IDI
32. Trappers' wares : PELTS
34. Succinctly worded : TERSE
35. Match, in a way : SEE
37. Mojito garnishes : LIMES
38. Ring competitor : PUGILIST
39. Sports org. with a tour : PGA
41. Certain bunt, for short : SAC
44. "Just go along with this" : HUMORME
46. L.A.P.D. part : LOS
52. Dissenter's position : ANTI
53. Starts to doze : NODS
54. Shoots the breeze : GABS
55. Make goo-goo eyes at : OGLE
56. Knock on the noggin : BEAN
57. Handout at a scavenger hunt : LIST
58. Praline nut : PECAN
59. Gladden : ELATE
60. Hunted and pecked, say : TYPED
62. A 1-Across improves it : AIM
64. Frozen waffle brand : EGGO
67. Catch red-handed : NAB
Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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