Patrick Blindauer
Patrick Blindauer

NY Times, Sun, Mar 21, 2010 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Patrick Blindauer
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 88, Across Lite
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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Restrain, as a dog : CHAINUP
8. Doctor's determination : DIAGNOSIS
10. Stop : AMTRAKDEPOT
12. The "C" in A.C.L.U. : CIVIL
13. Meth. or Presb. : DENOM
15. Camera inits. : SLR
16. Certain computer keys: Abbr. : ESCS
20. Camera part : IRIS
22. Stop : CRYFROMTHETICKLED
28. Sign on a door : LADIES
29. Raga instruments : SITARS
30. Chinese "way" : TAO
31. "It's clear to me at last" : ISEENOW
33. Municipal bldgs. : CTRS
34. 19th-century gunsmith Samuel : COLT
35. Lunch order, quickly : BLT
36. Clinton adviser Harold : ICKES
38. First of 12: Abbr. : JAN
39. Creature that hibernates : TOAD
41. Try to get off the ground, say : FLAP
42. Like satellites : INORBIT
46. Fourth of 12: Abbr. : APR
47. Counts (on) : RELIES
49. Cab Calloway catchphrase : HIDEHO
50. Stop : PERIODINATELEGRAM
53. Lock pick? : COMB
54. Actor Morales : ESAI
55. Council member: Abbr. : ALD
56. Roulette centerpiece : WHEEL
59. French river to the English Channel : SOMME
62. Stop : ORGANHANDLE
66. Glance (at) : TAKEAPEEK
67. Casino personnel : DEALERS
1. ___ Field (Shea replacement) : CITI
2. Where to find the Apollo : HARLEM
3. Turkish title : AGA
4. Pen filler : INK
5. Affirmative action : NOD
6. Like garage sale items : USED
7. Prop for Frosty the Snowman : PIPE
8. Org. known for its long lines : DMV
9. Former Seattle team, for short : SONICS
10. Area observed from a tower : AIRFIELD
11. Peter of the Monkees : TORK
12. Warren Beatty film role : CLYDEBARROW
14. "Uncle" of old TV : MILTONBERLE
15. Married mujeres: Abbr. : SRAS
17. Subway stop names, usually: Abbr. : STS
18. Hummus base : CHICKPEAS
19. Sicilian seven : SETTE
21. Circus performer : SEAL
22. Roman 151 : CLI
23. Best Musical of 1996 : RENT
24. Bear: Sp. : OSO
25. Ankle bones : TARSI
26. Auditing org. : IRS
27. Speckle : DOT
32. 23-Down song whose title asks a question : WILLI
34. War, e.g. : CARDGAME
37. Michael of Hollywood : CAINE
38. ___ de vivre : JOIE
39. Strike lightly : TAP
40. 12-nation cartel : OPEC
41. Inserted money in, as a parking meter : FED
43. Org. with six Canadian members : NHL
44. "If ___ a Hammer" : IHAD
45. Becky's beau, in literature : TOM
47. Singer Plant of Led Zeppelin : ROBERT
48. Subway stop: Abbr. : STA
51. "If you ask me," in chat room lingo : IMHO
52. Michael of Hollywood : EISNER
57. "Zounds!" : EGAD
58. Many a camp locale : LAKE
60. Pindaric poetry : ODES
61. ___ Day (natl. holiday since 1986) : MLK
63. PBS supporter : NEA
64. "2001" character : HAL
65. "2001" character : APE
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