Paula Gamache
Paula Gamache

NY Times, Sun, Feb 20, 2011 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Paula Gamache
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 86, Across Lite
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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rand McNally product : MAP
4. Maker of Valium and Tamiflu : ROCHE
9. Off the beaten ___ : PATH
10. Coffee, e.g., for Colombia : EXPORT
12. Study of ocean organisms : MARINEBIOLOGY
15. Showy garden bloomers : ANEMONES
16. Trattoria course : PASTA
21. ___ stew : INA
22. Work of Pindar : ODE
23. Accepted by vote : ADOPTED
25. Branch : LIMB
27. Longtime maker of popemobiles : MERCEDESBENZ
30. Not in France? : PAS
32. Shoemakers' tools : AWLS
33. It might come with a bill: Abbr. : SASE
34. ___ Palmas, Canary Islands : LAS
36. Show on tape, maybe : REAIR
38. Lead-in for dames or demoiselles : MES
39. Arresting officer's recital : MIRANDARIGHTS
43. S&P classification : AAA
45. Letter-shaped building piece : IBEAM
46. Rhyme-reason connector : NOR
47. Gucci of fashion : ALDO
49. German article : EINE
50. Junior : SON
52. Twining plant with funnel-shaped flowers : MORNINGGLORY
57. It smells : NOSE
60. Fast runner : CHEETAH
61. Moo ___ pork : SHU
62. Tape speed abbr. : IPS
63. Place to pick up a date? : OASIS
64. Psyched : PUMPEDUP
67. Agatha Christie output : MURDERMYSTERY
72. Reading a 67-Across, for some : ESCAPE
73. Ashe Stadium org. : USTA
74. Procter & Gamble soap : CAMAY
75. N.Y.C. subway letters : MTA
1. Injure : MAIM
2. ___ cost (free) : ATNO
3. Whiz kid, say : PHENOM
4. Paul of "Mad About You" : REISER
5. Kitchen gadget brand : OXO
6. Army two-striper: Abbr. : CPL
7. "Yoo-___" : HOO
8. Bit of work : ERG
9. Bit of audiophile equipment : PREAMP
11. Proofreaders' catches : TYPOS
12. Letters : MAIL
13. Years in the Vatican : ANNI
14. "Adam ___" : BEDE
17. Perp alerts : APBS
18. Ticks off : STEAMS
19. Wound up : TENSE
20. Cutting tools : ADZES
23. First name in 1950s politics : ADLAI
24. Architect's work : DESIGN
26. East Indies island : BALI
28. Ice cream topping : CARAMEL
29. Pretty pitcher : EWER
31. Dress with a decorative border : SARI
35. Old Belgian airline : SABENA
37. Fraternity symbols : RHOS
39. Nursers of niƱos : MADRES
40. Whinny : NEIGH
41. "Doggone it!" : DANG
42. Suffix with Jumbo : TRON
43. Transmission repair franchise : AAMCO
44. Word heard coming and going : ALOHA
48. "Dedicated to the ___ Love" : ONEI
51. "Beats me" : NOIDEA
53. Answer to "Who's that?" : ITSME
54. Fish-eating hawk : OSPREY
55. Baba au ___ : RHUM
56. Maiden in "The Mikado" : YUMYUM
58. Goose on a ranch? : SPUR
59. Make out : ESPY
65. "Hey you!" : PSST
66. James of jazz : ETTA
68. Trojan's domain: Abbr. : USC
69. ___ Victor : RCA
70. Barrier : DAM
71. Ecol. monitor : EPA

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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