NY Times, Sun, Sep 09, 2007 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Janet R. Bender
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 114, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular crossword symmetry. The first square across is the seventh square in the first row
1
A
2
L
3
T
4
O
5
A
6
M
7
E
8
S
9
S
10
T
R
E
E
T
11
S
C
E
N
E
12
S
E
P
T
E
M
B
E
R
S
O
N
13
G
14
B
A
N
K
E
R
15
S
E
A
S
A
L
16
T
17
Q
U
I
D
18
T
O
E
19
H
U
R
L
20
E
W
E
21
R
I
B
22
L
23
I
24
S
25
A
26
S
T
O
27
N
E
S
O
U
28
P
29
B
30
E
31
A
32
S
33
T
34
S
T
E
V
E
N
S
P
35
I
E
L
B
E
R
36
G
37
S
T
I
E
S
38
S
A
N
S
I
M
E
O
39
N
40
N
E
A
T
41
A
G
E
42
S
43
K
44
I
45
S
C
O
W
46
O
I
L
47
L
U
L
L
48
S
A
L
49
S
50
O
51
D
52
A
53
J
54
A
55
L
O
P
Y
56
S
U
M
M
E
R
57
S
58
A
U
S
A
G
E
59
S
O
O
N
E
R
S
T
A
T
E
60
E
G
O
S
61
S
H
E
P
© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Soprano partner : ALTO
5. Singer/actor Ed : AMES
9. Sight outside a city window, maybe : STREETSCENE
12. Sinatra standard beginning "When I was a young man" : SEPTEMBERSONG
14. Savings overseer : BANKER
15. Seasoning from the ocean : SEASALT
17. Slang for a pound : QUID
18. Sock part : TOE
19. Sling : HURL
20. She-sheep : EWE
21. Sternum attachment : RIB
22. "Simpsons" girl : LISA
26. Syndicated comic by Jan Eliot : STONESOUP
29. Savage creature : BEAST
34. "Schindler's List" director : STEVENSPIELBERG
37. Swine homes : STIES
38. Site of Hearst Castle : SANSIMEON
40. "Super!" : NEAT
41. Six, for a first-grader : AGE
42. Slope sight : SKI
45. Square-ended vessel : SCOW
46. Squeak eliminator : OIL
47. Storm preceder : LULL
48. Soapmaker's supply : SALSODA
53. Shoddy car : JALOPY
56. Smoked or dried meat : SUMMERSAUSAGE
59. Stillwater's locale : SOONERSTATE
60. Swelled heads : EGOS
61. Short name for a herding dog : SHEP
1. Spanish museum collection : ARTE
2. Salacious look : LEER
3. Speaker pro ___ : TEM
4. Site for a gambler, in brief : OTB
5. Surveying unit : ACRE
6. Southwest landscape feature : MESA
7. Slaughter in the Baseball Hall of Fame : ENOS
8. Smaller half of Congress : SENATE
9. Ship : SEND
10. Stretch that will cost you: Abbr. : TPK
11. Sartre possessive : SES
12. Spinnaker or jib : SAIL
13. Shine : GLOW
14. Stream denizens related to cods : BURBOTS
16. Simple shirt : TEE
17. Stops working : QUITS
19. Sixty-min. periods : HRS
22. Strauss of denim fame : LEVI
23. "So that's it!" : ISEE
24. Seth, Cain and Abel : SONS
25. Salzburg's land: Abbr. : AUS
27. Snare : NET
28. Second letter addendum:Abbr. : PPS
29. Seneca's "well" : BENE
30. Schiaparelli of fashion : ELSA
31. Somewhat : ABIT
32. Sch. for ministers-to-be : SEM
33. Sentimental plus : TREACLY
35. Spy novelist Fleming : IAN
36. Storywriter of Russian fame : GOGOL
39. Spanking ___ : NEW
42. Stranded person's call : SOS
43. Subaru competitors : KIAS
44. Stomp on, e.g. : ILLUSE
45. Spear holder on an opera stage : SUPE
47. Seating section : LOGE
49. Skyline obscurer : SMOG
50. Sequel to "Typee" : OMOO
51. Scouting groups : DENS
52. "Such stuff as dreams ___ made on": Shak. : ARE
53. Strong fiber used in making burlap bags : JUTE
54. "Stat" : ASAP
55. Side-of-the-back muscle, briefly : LAT
57. Soon-to-be grads: Abbr. : SRS
58. Shade of gray : ASH
Answer words that have never appeared in any daily puzzle are in this color.
Answer words that haven't appeared in a daily puzzle in the Shortz Era look like this.
Other variety puzzles are not considered here when determining uniqueness but you can click each answer word to see all previous usage.

Found bugs or have suggestions?