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NY Times, Sun, Jun 17, 2007 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Barry L. Cohen
Editor:Will Shortz
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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lions and Tigers : TEAMS
6. ___ Lanka : SRI
9. Semisoft yellow cheese : TILSIT
10. Fashionable gown : DIOR
11. Like a strategic football kick : ONSIDE
12. Contents of some clips : AMMO
13. MIA : MINEINITALIAN
16. Canal growth : ALGAE
17. Minor-league baseball classification : AAA
18. Arena charger : TORO
22. Aspersion : SLUR
23. CHER : DEARINFRENCH
28. Mao ___-tung : TSE
29. Stream sight : MILL
30. Trojan War hero : AENEAS
31. Narrow ridge : ARETE
33. Four Holy Roman emperors : OTTOS
34. REX : KINGINLATIN
36. Bear named for a president : TEDDY
37. Race of the Norse gods : AESIR
38. Archaeologist's tool : SHOVEL
40. Squeezer : VISE
41. Fly catcher : WEB
44. RON : RUMINSPANISH
48. Disconcert : FAZE
49. Looked-for sign : OMEN
50. Kind of trip : EGO
51. Mr. Moto portrayer : LORRE
52. BART : BEARDINGERMAN
57. One who gives fairy tales a bad name? : OGRE
58. Movement involving crystals, astrology, etc. : NEWAGE
59. Valley : DALE
60. Stunk : REEKED
61. Sullivan and others : EDS
62. Dadaist Max : ERNST
1. Bad trait for a music critic : TINEAR
2. Elmer's bovine mate : ELSIE
3. "It's ___ to tell a lie" : ASIN
4. Noon, in France : MIDI
5. Leave in : STET
6. Apelike : SIMIAN
7. City NW of Napoli : ROMA
8. Smoother : IRON
9. Language : TONGUE
10. ___ Lama : DALAI
13. Crow's-nest site : MAST
14. Troubles : ILLS
15. Alpine stream : AAR
18. Joint part : TENON
19. Georges, so to speak : ONES
20. Zenith competitor : RCA
21. Thrill-seekers' cries : OHS
23. Tight-bodiced dresses : DIRNDLS
24. Lamentation : ELEGY
25. High: Prefix : ALTI
26. Somewhat overweight : FATTISH
27. Go to bed : RETIRE
29. Kind of name implied by "née" : MAIDEN
32. Bambi's aunt : ENA
33. Stop on a long, dry trek : OASIS
34. Oscar winner Spacey : KEVIN
35. Jeans-maker Strauss : LEVI
36. "By my way of thinking ..." : TOME
38. Sellout sign : SRO
39. Run smoothly : HUM
41. Placed on a stove, with "up" : WARMED
42. Book after II Chronicles : EZRA
43. "I've ___ thinking ..." : BEEN
45. Components of some necklaces : PEARLS
46. Jibe : AGREE
47. Acceptance : NOD
48. Draw a blank : FORGET
51. Jobs for plumbers : LEAKS
52. Foreshadow : BODE
53. "Heavens!" : EGAD
54. About : INRE
55. ___-do-well : NEER
56. TV newswoman Ifill : GWEN

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