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Brendan Emmett Quigley
Brendan Emmett Quigley

NY Times, Sun, Dec 18, 2005 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 76, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular crossword symmetry. The first square across is the third square in the first row.
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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Indian with kachina dolls : HOPI
5. Key of two Beethoven piano sonatas: Abbr. : EMAJ
9. Eva of Argentina : PERON
10. Sign out, as from a computer : LOGOFF
13. Fancy salad ingredients : ARTICHOKEHEARTS
18. Holy Fr. women : STES
19. Something that may be tipped : HAT
20. Hunting cry : TALLYHO
21. MGM motto start : ARS
22. Words with nails or roses : BEDOF
24. Judah's mother : LEAH
25. Vegas venue : HOTELCASINO
29. Wise Men, traditionally : TRIO
30. Winter jacket : ANORAK
31. Some statues : TORSOS
33. Jacket fabric : RAYON
34. Digital? : TOED
35. Kimono part : OBI
38. Gone by : AGO
39. Invention said to have started the Industrial Revolution : COTTONGIN
44. Zone (out) : VEG
45. Modern: Ger. : NEU
46. Queens ballpark : SHEA
47. Fat substitute : OLEAN
49. Like Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" : TWOACT
51. Caterer's heat source : STERNO
52. Stress, some say : AGER
54. 1870's conflict with Sitting Bull : THESIOUXWAR
57. Jumbo, in product names : MAXI
58. Jazz pianist Bill : EVANS
59. K.C.-to-Chicago direction : ENE
60. Part of a freight train : FLATCAR
64. Modern rock genre : EMO
65. Slobs : PIGS
66. New York engineering feat completed in 1909 : MANHATTANBRIDGE
69. It's just one thing after another : SERIES
70. Title character in a Menotti opera : AMAHL
71. Pupil's place : DESK
72. Cartoonist who added the whiskers to Uncle Sam : NAST
1. "Cheers!" : HERESTOYOU
2. Table scraps : ORTS
3. Luau dish : POI
4. Under attack, as a king : INCHECK
5. Lodge member : ELK
6. Popular brand of champagne, for short : MOET
7. Turkish honorific : AGHA
8. Singer Billy : JOEL
9. Business : PATRONAGE
11. Be defeated by : FALLTO
12. Falafel makers : FRYERS
14. "Mary ___ little lamb" : HADA
15. Plains tribe : OTOS
16. Spicy cuisine : THAI
17. Fashionable London district : SOHO
18. Hot and dry : SAHARAN
22. One side in échecs : BLANC
23. Completely suit : FITTOATEE
26. Mancinelli opera "___ e Leandro" : ERO
27. Eleven plus one : NOON
28. Wash. neighbor : OREG
32. Reagan mil. program : SDI
35. Fat : OVERWEIGHT
36. Act really nice : BEANANGEL
37. Zones out : IGNORES
40. Bear: Sp. : OSO
41. Word said while pointing : THAT
42. Kind of support : TECH
43. Them : NOTUS
48. Latin law : LEX
49. Lone Star Staters : TEXANS
50. Twist in pain : WRITHE
51. The Southwest's ___ Desert : SONORAN
52. Kind of radio : AMFM
53. Big party : GALA
55. Cinematographer Nykvist : SVEN
56. One foot : IAMB
61. Kind of game, and a hint to this puzzle's theme : CARD
62. End in ___ : ATIE
63. Expys. : RTES
65. BlackBerries, e.g. : PDAS
67. “Fire away” : ASK
68. The Monkees' "___ Believer" : IMA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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