NY Times, Sun, Sep 09, 2007 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Janet R. Bender
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 114, Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York Times
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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 summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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