joon pahk
joon pahk

NY Times, Sun, Feb 07, 2010 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Joon Pahk
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 88, Across Lite
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular crossword symmetry. The first square across is the first box in the first row.
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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Puccini title heroine : TOSCA
6. *Gag's end : PUNCHLINE
15. Consume eagerly : EATUP
16. 50/50 : EVENMONEY
17. Long part of an arrow : SHAFT
18. Put back, as after a demotion : REINSTATE
19. Sport of horse racing, with "the" : TURF
20. Hate group : KLAN
21. Borden bovine : ELSIE
23. Inverse trigonometric function : ARCSINE
30. Uses a chair : SITS
31. *Squarely : SMACKDAB
32. Unfeeling : NUMB
34. One who doesn't belong : OUTSIDER
35. It's flexed in a genuflection : KNEE
36. CBS procedural drama : CSI
37. Bear: Sp. : OSO
38. *Utterly fail : STRIKEOUT
42. Nafta member : USA
45. Inst. of learning : SCH
46. Part of 9-Down : NEWS
48. Empathize with : RELATETO
51. Flat-bottomed boat : SCOW
52. *Umpire's cry at the start of an inning : BATTERUP
53. Subject of Zen contemplation : KOAN
55. Bratislavans, e.g. : SLOVAKS
56. 1:50, e.g. : TENTO
57. Camper driver, for short : RVER
59. Cultivate : TILL
62. "That's the right thing to do" : FAIRSFAIR
68. The press : MEDIA
69. Guesses : ESTIMATES
70. Cardio-boxing regimen : TAEBO
71. Top 40, say ... or a hint to the answers to the starred clues? : HITPARADE
72. Stockpile : AMASS
1. The "T" in S.A.T. : TEST
2. Pearl Harbor locale : OAHU
3. Rubbernecks : STARES
4. *Tuxedo shirt accessory : CUFFLINK
5. Suitable : APT
6. ___ Mesta, the "hostess with the mostest" : PERLE
7. Part of a 14-Down : UVEA
8. NĂ¼rnburg negative : NEIN
9. "The Situation Room" channel : CNN
10. Letters on U.K. ships : HMS
11. Parking place : LOT
12. With 13-Down, how some fish are caught : INA
13. See 12-Down : NET
14. Organ containing the 7-Down : EYE
20. Destiny : KISMET
22. Tases, maybe : STUNS
23. Entertain : AMUSE
24. Doles out : RATIONS
25. They're equivalent to mLs : CCS
26. ___ mask : SKI
27. "... and ___ it again!" : IDDO
28. Scottish negatives : NAES
29. River of Iberia : EBRO
31. *1950s social : SOCKHOP
33. Raging mad : BERSERK
39. Beat for a maestro's baton : ICTUS
40. Sportscaster who played a sportscaster in "Major League" : UECKER
41. Runners at first and second, say : TWOON
42. Metro areas : URBS
43. Diploma feature : SEAL
44. Voice below a mezzo : ALTO
47. *Elite police unit : SWATTEAM
49. Off-roader: Abbr. : ATV
50. It may be brewing : TEA
54. "Beats me" : NOIDEA
56. Concise : TERSE
57. Pro ___ : RATA
58. Competed : VIED
60. Ad-___ (improvises) : LIBS
61. Land on the Mekong : LAOS
62. Expression of disgust : FEH
63. "___ was saying ..." : ASI
64. TV's hirsute Cousin ___ : ITT
65. Sharply criticize : RIP
66. Wee, to a Scot : SMA
67. Not within walking distance : FAR
68. Kingston Trio song about the Boston subway system : MTA
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