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Joel Fagliano
Joel Fagliano

NY Times, Sun, Sep 01, 2013 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Joel Fagliano
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 135, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has left/right symmetry. 1-Across begins in the first square of the first row.
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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Say yes to : ACCEPT
7. Upper body exercise : PUSHUP
13. Civil War battleground : SHILOH
14. Goddess with a European capital named for her : ATHENA
15. Present, as a plan : SETFORTH
18. Way out of a dangerous situation : FIREEXIT
20. Architect Mies van der ___ : ROHE
21. Crumb carriers : ANTS
22. Baby grizzly : BEARCUB
24. See 32-Down : ADEER
25. Middle word in many public university names : STATE
26. Bounces on a stick : POGOS
27. Playboy nickname : HEF
28. Group meeting in the Palais du Luxembourg : SENAT
30. Repair for a jacket or tire : PATCH
31. Born villain : BADSEED
33. Opposite of sans : AVEC
35. Sonogram target : WOMB
38. Agree [as suggested by some of the black squares in this puzzle?] : SEEEYETOEYE
42. "The Odd Couple" role : FELIX
45. Bruce Wayne's home, e.g. : MANOR
46. Introduction to economics? : MICRO
50. Lose little by little : ERODE
51. "Take ___ for yourself" : ALOOK
52. From the top : AGAIN
53. Like some legs and skis : WAXED
54. They're for the birds : NESTS
55. Person who's undergone a big change, self-descriptively : NEWME
1. Braying beast of burden : ASS
2. Revolutionary Guevara : CHE
3. Op. ___ (footnote abbr.) : CIT
4. North Pole toymaker : ELF
5. Needy : POOR
6. Beat, as the heart : THROB
7. Second installment : PARTB
8. Western tribe : UTES
9. "That's all ___ wrote" : SHE
10. Curse : HEX
11. Prefix with lateral : UNI
12. Frisk, with "down" : PAT
16. Daddy Warbucks's henchman : THEASP
17. One way of competing [as suggested by some of the black squares in this puzzle?] : HEADTOHEAD
18. In person [as suggested by some of the black squares in this puzzle?] : FACETOFACE
19. Hardens : INURES
23. Chemistry lab substances : REAGENTS
28. Sci-fi traveler : SPACEMAN
29. Everything : THEWORKS
31. Maker of some combs : BEE
32. With 24-Across, "The Sound of Music" refrain starter : DOE
33. Not the main point : ASIDE
34. Perturbed : VEXED
36. "Bro!" : MYMAN
37. Stocking color : BEIGE
39. Its mascot is a dog named Handsome Dan : YALE
40. Genesis 905-year-old whose name means "mortal" : ENOS
41. Choo-choo's sound : TOOT
42. Hardly any : FEW
43. Chapter of history : ERA
44. It's often served with cream cheese : LOX
47. Cornfield cry : CAW
48. Part of a crater : RIM
49. End of a countdown : ONE

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