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Paula Gamache
Paula Gamache

NY Times, Sun, Dec 31, 2006 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Paula Gamache
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 68, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular crossword symmetry. The first square across is the sixth square in the first row.
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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Has food delivered : ORDERSIN
9. BB's and bullets : AMMO
13. Nobelist, e.g. : LAUREATE
14. Hot cupful in Roma : CAFFEESPRESSO
16. Nuke : ZAP
19. Neighborhoods, slangily : TURFS
20. Range features : PEAKS
21. Nicker : NEIGH
23. Drops in on : VISITS
25. Film genre : NOIR
27. Frame of mind : MOOD
28. "Honestly, it didn't bother me" : NOHARDFEELINGS
32. Schoolyard sight : FLAGPOLE
35. Radish or carrot : ROOT
36. Place for a catnap : LAP
37. Road map lines: Abbr. : RTES
39. Sacred song : PSALM
43. Street map line: Abbr. : AVE
44. Cutting part : KNIFEEDGE
48. Pasture : LEA
49. Angel hair or elbows : PASTA
51. Suffix with chick : ADEE
52. ___ diem : PER
53. Greek vowels : ETAS
56. Reason for downed power lines : ICESTORM
59. It's longer for women : LIFEEXPECTANCY
64. "You said it, brother!" : AMEN
65. Former European capital : LIRA
66. Foreign domestic : AUPAIR
70. "Midnight Cowboy" role : RATSO
72. "Enough!," south of the border : NOMAS
75. Quotable catcher : BERRA
76. Hole in one : ACE
77. Features of some loans ... or what 14-, 28-, 44- and 59-Across all have? : HIDDENCHARGES
80. Conspiring (with) : INLEAGUE
81. Scotch's go-with : SODA
82. Ragtime dances : ONESTEPS
1. Cheer for a matador : OLE
2. Speak like the Godfather : RASP
3. Fall guy : DUPE
4. Gofer's job : ERRAND
5. Smell like : REEKOF
6. More impertinent : SASSIER
7. The "I" of T.G.I.F. : ITS
8. Gas in glass : NEON
9. End of "Hamlet" : ACTV
10. Island east of Lanai : MAUI
11. Producers: Abbr. : MFRS
12. Doing in : OFFING
15. Bar in court : ESTOP
16. Utah national park : ZION
17. Wide-eyed : AGOG
18. Third degrees : PHDS
22. Gives off : EMITS
24. Unlocked? : SHORN
26. Classic auto : REO
29. Choir members : ALTI
30. Snorkeling site : REEF
31. Easy stride : LOPE
32. To-do : FLAP
33. It may be found on a mountainside : LAVA
34. Copies : APES
38. Melville milieu : SEA
40. Brand for Fido : ALPO
41. Salacious stare : LEER
42. Schoolteacher of old : MARM
44. "The Taming of the Shrew" shrew : KATE
45. Blue-pencil : EDIT
46. Penta- doubled : DECA
47. Actress Davis : GEENA
50. Mall rats, typically : TEENS
54. Rock's ___ Rose : AXL
55. Platter holder : SPINDLE
57. Diving acronym : SCUBA
58. Keyboard users : TYPERS
59. Zhivago's love : LARA
60. Apple on a desk : IMAC
61. Lavish party : FETE
62. Wears away : ERODES
63. Attacked : CAMEAT
67. Golden Fleece ship : ARGO
68. Mighty angry : IRED
69. Tabula ___ : RASA
71. Kentucky neighbor : OHIO
73. Chantilly seraph : ANGE
74. Atlantic food fish : SCUP
78. Traveler's stop : INN
79. Cock and bull, say : HES

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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