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Byron Walden
Byron Walden

NY Times, Sun, Mar 12, 2006 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Byron Walden
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 16, Words: , Blocks: 66, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 16 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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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Hurry up!" : CMON
5. Paris subway : METRO
10. "Where the heart is" : HOME
11. Saintly glow : AUREOLE
14. "Two urns on ___ high throne have ever stood": Homer : JOVES
15. Kept aloft or afloat : PROPPEDUP
18. Eat like ___ : APIG
19. Tennis star Henin-Hardenne : JUSTINE
20. Blood plasma of universal recipients : TYPEAB
22. Parked it : SAT
23. W.W. II French battle site : STLO
24. Big name in Italian kitchenware : ALESSI
25. Moderate, with "down" : TONE
26. Pork cut : LOIN
27. Give up : CEDE
28. Boutique : SHOP
30. Trumpeter for the theme of "The Green Hornet" : HIRT
31. Six-sided bronze coin used by Harry Potter : KNUT
32. High on drugs : HOPPEDUP
35. High voice: Abbr. : SOP
36. Took care of the final tasks : MOPPEDUP
37. Indians, in box scores : CLE
40. Hit a blooper : POPPEDUP
41. Steal : CRIB
42. Somewhat : ABIT
44. Mussolini moniker : DUCE
45. Arch of Titus location : ROME
46. Sources of some needles : FIRS
47. Bustier type, or maybe not? : BCUP
49. TV partner of 39-Down : ROEPER
51. Popular computer : IMAC
52. Swiss peak : ALP
53. Be short with : SNAPAT
54. Antitank weapon : BAZOOKA
56. Scratched (out) : EKED
57. Not flowing : STOPPEDUP
60. It's seldom played : BSIDE
61. Skyrocketing : SOARING
62. In ___ of : LIEU
63. "Roots" actress ___ Day George : LYNDA
64. Maryland athlete, for short : TERP
1. Sliced and diced : CHOPPEDUP
2. Filming locale : MOVIESET
3. Greek letters : OMEGAS
4. Super ___ (electronic game device) : NES
5. Orienteering need : MAP
6. Swe. spot? : EUR
7. Like a famous horse in myth : TROJAN
8. Good name : REPUTE
9. "That was dumb of me!" : OOPS
12. Accidentally reveal : LETSLIP
13. Wheel of Fortune? : EDITOR
14. TV host who wrote "How to Be the Funniest Kid in the Whole Wide World" : JAYLENO
16. Dark : UNLIT
17. Drudge : PEON
20. Poster holders : TACKS
21. Diagonal mover : BISHOP
22. Removed with a sponge : SOPPEDUP
25. Filled to the brim : TOPPEDUP
29. 1940's Cardinal All-Star Hippity ___ : HOPP
30. March call : HUP
33. Part of N.E.A.: Abbr. : EDUC
34. Tricksters : DUPERS
36. Witticism : MOT
37. Arose : CROPPEDUP
38. Citrus cooler : LIMEADE
39. TV partner of 49-Across : EBERT
40. Comic Joe : PISCOPO
41. More decrepit : CREAKIER
42. Shoot for : AIMAT
43. Longest river wholly in Texas : BRAZOS
46. Prevarications : FIBS
47. Cruller source : BAKERY
48. Wearing : CLADIN
50. Infant garment : ONESIE
55. October stone : OPAL
58. Sturm ___ Drang : UND
59. Links org. : PGA
60. Lunch order : BLT

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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