Fred Piscop
Fred Piscop

NY Times, Sun, Feb 18, 2001 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Fred Piscop
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 79, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular crossword symmetry. The first square across is the 4th square in the first row.
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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Crazy (about) : GAGA
5. Zodiac boundaries : CUSPS
10. Place for a makeover : SALON
11. Guru's home : ASHRAM
13. WHAT THE ISLANDER ASKED HIS GIRLFRIEND? : WILLYOUMAUIME
15. Borge or Bohr : DANE
16. ___ Morrow Lindbergh : ANNE
17. Mall rats, usually : TEENS
19. 1936 Olympics hero : OWENS
21. Fast runner : HARE
23. "The buck stops here" pres. : HST
24. WHAT HE SAID WHEN SHE SAID NO? : HAWAIINOTMYDEAR
28. Tar Heel's home: Abbr. : NCAR
29. Cassandra, e.g. : SEER
30. Workout target : ABS
33. Out to lunch : CRACKERS
37. Springy? : VERNAL
39. Islands dance : HULA
40. Top seed's reward : BYE
41. Briber's suffix : OLA
43. Introduction to culture? : AGRI
44. In working order : USABLE
46. Bulb part : FILAMENT
48. Lettuce arrangement : BED
49. Pelvic bones : ILIA
52. Mythical goat-man : FAUN
53. WHAT HE SAID WHEN SHE SAID NO AGAIN? : DONTMAKEMEKAUAI
60. Like DvorĂ¡k's Symphony No. 8 : ING
61. It's not much to hold : PAIR
62. Rapier parts : HILTS
63. Prefix with transmitter : NEURO
65. 1977 movie princess : LEIA
68. Paper purchase : REAM
69. WHAT HE CRIED WHEN SHE FINALLY SAID YES? : OAHUIMENGAGED
72. Defat, Eskimo-style : FLENSE
73. Where an oar may be "or" : REBUS
74. Haggadah-reading time : SEDER
75. Tree of life site : EDEN
1. Lead ore : GALENA
2. Everything : ALL
3. Creator of many Prado works : GOYA
4. Unknown auth. : ANON
5. Attacked : CAMEAT
6. Can./Mex. separator : USA
7. Sleep : SHUTEYE
8. ___-dieu (kneeling bench) : PRIE
9. "I agree!" : SAMEHERE
10. Muscular strength : SINEW
12. Smart set : MENSA
13. Baba ___ : WAWA
14. Defeat in a tilt : UNHORSE
15. Outburst from Homer : DOH
18. Way-out : STRANGE
20. Go under : SINK
22. Realtor's abbr. : RMS
25. Arctic shore formation : ICEBELT
26. ___ a soul : NARY
27. Cheapen : DEVALUE
31. Owl's hangout : BARN
32. Thin cut : SLIT
33. Relative of a carp : CHUB
34. Artful dodge : RUSE
35. Storied genie summoner : ALADDIN
36. Urban transport : CAB
38. It's measured in megs : RAM
41. Contract receiver : OFFEREE
42. Novelist O'Flaherty : LIAM
45. Sounds such as "t" and "n" : LINGUALS
47. Symbol of life : ANKH
50. Hold in legal custody : IMPOUND
51. Excellent, to Moody's : AAA
54. "___ these days ..." : ONEOF
55. "Trees" poet : KILMER
56. Pellet shooter : AIRGUN
57. "___ Gold" (Fonda film) : ULEES
58. Not very much : ATAD
59. Doctrine : ISM
64. Syngman of South Korea : RHEE
66. Legal memo phrase : INRE
67. Long in the tooth : AGED
70. Suffolk suffix : ISE
71. Burrows or Saperstein : ABE
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