Paula Gamache
Paula Gamache

NY Times, Sun, Nov 06, 2005 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Paula Gamache
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 74, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular crossword symmetry. The first square across is the fourth square in the first row.
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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Male turkeys : TOMS
5. Karate blow : CHOP
9. "Out of the question!" : UHUH
10. Prefix with space : AERO
11. Stable morsel : OAT
14. Event to go to on Christmas Eve : MIDNIGHTMASS
18. Liq. measures : PTS
19. Architect Jones : INIGO
20. Hair-raising : EERIE
21. Tummy ___ : TUCK
22. Director Meyer : RUSS
23. Pronunciation symbol : MACRON
25. TV series test : PILOT
26. Quod ___ demonstrandum : ERAT
27. "Now look what you've done!" : ITSAFINEMESS
29. "Belle de Jour" actress : DENEUVE
31. Tommy Lee JonesĀ  in "Men in Black" : AGENTK
32. Old cable inits. : TNN
33. Honfleur honey : AMIE
37. Hair line : PART
38. Random : HITORMISS
41. Give off : EMIT
43. Nuisance : PAIN
44. Euro competitor: Abbr. : USD
47. Al who played Michael Corleone : PACINO
49. Loose overcoats : ULSTERS
53. Florist's basket liner : SPHAGNUMMOSS
58. Not ___ or a tittle : AJOT
59. Rocky ridge : ARETE
60. Like chromosomes : PAIRED
61. Party for 100, say : GALA
62. Joe Hardy's temptress, on Broadway : LOLA
63. ___ & Young (auditors) : ERNST
64. Voting machine part : LEVER
65. LP link : MNO
66. Simple to manage : NOFUSSNOMUSS
69. One form of ID : SSN
70. Greek crosses : TAUS
71. South Seas starch source : TARO
72. Heraldic border : ORLE
73. "'Scuse me ?" : AHEM
1. Filament element : TUNGSTEN
2. Louisville's river : OHIO
3. Make a face, as for a 5-Down : MUG
4. "Silence!" : SHH
5. Shooter's device : CAMERA
6. Learn about : HEAROF
7. Family name of Pope Benedict XIII : ORSINI
8. Prepare to be shot : POSE
11. Rich : OPULENT
12. Not marked up : ATCOST
13. "For shame!" : TSKTSK
14. Really stuck : MIRED
15. Harden : INURE
16. Soi-___ (self-styled) : DISANT
17. Gumshoes : TECS
21. Kitchen dinger : TIMER
23. Early 11th-century date : MIV
24. Bothered a lot : ATEAT
25. Mobil emblem : PEGASUS
28. Has a siesta : NAPS
30. Derange : UNHINGE
34. Deck cleaner : MOP
35. Roth ___ : IRA
36. Big inits. in music : EMI
39. "Bring ___!" : ITON
40. Busy : INUSE
41. Level : ECHELON
42. Mazda convertible : MIATA
45. Parent found in the wings : STAGEMOM
46. Feeling that makes you go "hmmm" : DEJAVU
47. Sacred songs : PSALMS
48. They have strings attached : APRONS
50. Hallucination cause : LSD
51. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, e.g. : ROLES
52. Flag features : STARS
54. Brouhaha : UPROAR
55. Virile : MANFUL
56. Treat badly : MISUSE
57. Table scraps : ORTS
63. Inner: Prefix : ENTO
64. Tribal stories : LORE
67. Penn, e.g.: Abbr. : STA
68. "Um, no thanks" : NAH
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