Byron Walden
Byron Walden

NY Times, Sun, Jul 29, 2007 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Byron Walden
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 75, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has left/right symmetry. The first square across is the seventh square in the first row
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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Gets off the ground? : JUMPS
6. Having just a mother or a father : ONEPARENT
10. Dump : THROWINTHEGARBAGE
18. Deli sandwich : REUBEN
19. Table scrap : ORT
20. Anoa or yak : WILDOX
21. Beginning class in drawing : ARTI
22. Adjust slightly : TWEAK
24. "Rule Britannia" composer : ARNE
25. Dump : JETTISON
28. Dump : PITCHOUT
31. Took the cake? : ATE
32. One of the friends on "Friends" : ROSS
33. Canyon effect : ECHO
34. Suffix with Reagan or Clinton : ITE
35. Say nothing, but say yes : NOD
36. Suffix with poison : OUS
37. It's tapped : KEG
38. Original Dungeons & Dragons co. : TSR
39. Sign up : ENROL
41. "Funny Girl" composer : STYNE
43. Blood rival : CRIP
45. Screen feed : VIDEO
47. Ray of "The Naked and the Dead" : ALDO
50. Toy brick maker : LEGO
51. Common key for the alto sax : EFLAT
52. Newspaper stat. : CIRC
53. Zwei + sechs : ACHT
54. "Locked in the Cabinet" memoirist Robert : REICH
55. Blue material : SMUT
56. Quipster : WIT
57. 1970 #1 hit that begins "You went to school to learn, girl" : ABC
58. Fired (up) : HET
60. "Everywhere ___" (Amy Grant song) : IGO
61. Get too much sun, informally : FRY
62. Indian state : GOA
63. Old French coin : ECU
64. Gist : NUB
65. Popeye's creator : ECSEGAR
67. Facility in New London, Conn. : SUBBASE
69. Healing quaffs : ELIXIRS
70. Tab picker-upper : TREATER
71. Communicated with, nowadays : TEXTED
72. Pipe sources : BRIERS
1. Actress Aniston, familiarly : JEN
2. Northern parts of urban areas : UPTOWNS
3. Skier Phil or Steve : MAHRE
4. Record in advance : PRETAPE
5. Line part: Abbr. : SEG
6. Be in the red : OWE
7. Diarist Anaïs : NIN
8. Backwoods refusal : NAW
9. Numerical prefix : TRI
10. Hadrian's predecessor : TRAJAN
11. Concerning this matter : HERETO
12. Groovy? : RUTTED
13. Passing notice : OBIT
14. Lifeless : BLAH
15. Showing nimbleness : ADROIT
16. Snap : GONUTS
17. New Hampshire town : EXETER
22. Dump : TOSSOVERBOARD
23. Dump : KICKTOTHECURB
26. Heavy cooker : IRONPOT
27. Turn acrimonious : SOUR
29. ___ Might Be Giants : THEY
30. Courvoisier and Hennessy : COGNACS
39. Dump : EIGHTYSIX
40. Rescue transports for shipwreck victims : LIFECARS
41. Sailor's trunk : SEACHEST
42. Dump : ELIMINATE
43. Chippendale furniture features : CLAWFEET
44. Take another lap around : RECIRCLE
46. 551, to Flavius : DLI
48. Junkie : DRUGUSER
49. Baseball playoff times : OCTOBERS
57. New Mexico State athlete : AGGIE
59. Water chestnut, e.g. : TUBER
66. Abbr. in a telephone number : EXT
68. Chinese-born actress Ling : BAI
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