Fred Piscop
Fred Piscop

NY Times, Sun, May 11, 2014 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Fred Piscop
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 78, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares has regular crossword symmetry. 1-Across begins in the third square in the first row.
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© 2014, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Oh, darn!" : CRUD
5. Self-descriptive tag on a crossword clue : ABBR
9. Bullwinkle, e.g. : MOOSE
10. Market transactions : SALES
12. Salon specialty : PERMANENTWAVE
15. Sprinter's assignment : LANE
16. Makes dirty : SOILS
17. Brooklyn's ___ Institute : PRATT
22. Work of Sappho : ODE
23. One treading the boards : ACTOR
25. Like Jane Eyre as a character : TITULAR
27. Recipe measure : TEASPOON
29. Pint-size : LITTLE
30. Draw-forcing situation in chess : PERPETUALCHECK
34. Swampy ground : MIRE
35. Catch sight of : ESPY
36. A former S.S.R. : RUS
37. Pint-size : TINY
38. Home to yaks : TIBET
40. Attention-getter : AHEM
42. Malign, in slang : DIS
43. Baylor University city : WACO
44. Was in the hole : OWED
45. All-knowingness : INFINITEWISDOM
50. Net fisherman : SEINER
51. Starts on a cruise : SAILSOFF
55. Topps collection : CARDSET
57. B. B. King genre : BLUES
58. Author for whom the Baltimore Ravens' mascot was named : POE
59. Treats with lickable centers : OREOS
60. Roswell crash victim, supposedly : ALIEN
62. Wonky type : NERD
63. Quote that's never to be forgotten : IMMORTALWORDS
67. Change for the better : EMEND
68. Minuscule amounts : IOTAS
69. Joule fractions : ERGS
70. They're caught by snoozers : ZEES
1. Transplantable eye part : CORNEA
2. Capital of Italy : ROME
3. ___ Today (newspaper) : USA
4. Man cave, often : DEN
5. Up and about : ASTIR
6. Cry one's eyes out : BAWL
7. Bang-up time : BLAST
8. Gun, as an engine : REV
9. Gettysburg victor : MEADE
11. Bacteria-ridden : SEPTIC
12. Cemetery space : PLOT
13. Bar, legally : ESTOP
14. Nary a soul : NOONE
18. Pitcher-turned-slugger of note : RUTH
19. Took up, say : ALTERED
20. Once-common diaper changer's application : TALCUM
21. Tough journeys : TREKS
23. Mimic's work : APERY
24. Apple's center : CORE
26. In a poor manner : ILLY
28. Board game turn, maybe : SPIN
31. Kneel à la football's Tim : TEBOW
32. Take for a sucker : USE
33. Fitting : APT
34. Artillery dud : MISFIRE
37. Musical ineptitude : TINEAR
38. Body decoration, for short : TAT
39. Medium for short-lived sculptures : ICE
40. Base truants : AWOLS
41. Takes up, in a way : HEMS
42. "Saturday Night Fever" setting : DISCO
43. Informant's wear : WIRE
44. Comics dog : ODIE
46. ___-European language : INDO
47. Tabloid "monster" : NESSIE
48. Key : ISLET
49. Place for a shvitz : SAUNA
52. Works with libretti : OPERAS
53. Early assembly-line cars : FORDS
54. T-men and G-men : FEDS
56. Worker with big cats, say : TAMER
57. "Angry" game characters : BIRDS
61. Past the pin, say : LONG
62. Post-it, e.g. : NOTE
64. ___ Tussaud: Abbr. : MME
65. Designer Claiborne : LIZ
66. "Alas!" : WOE
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