Fred Piscop
Fred Piscop

NY Times, Sun, Jul 21, 2013 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Fred Piscop
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 84, Across Lite
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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kinda : SORTOF
7. Cosmopolitan : URBANE
8. Lickety-split : FAST
12. Imagine some sounds that aren't there : HEARVOICES
16. Dealer's stock : AUTOS
18. Meanie : OGRE
19. Deciding not to join : OPTINGOUT
21. Beach playthings : PAILS
23. Prefix with thermal : ISO
24. Medium for temporary sculptures : ICE
25. Guitarist Van Halen : EDDIE
26. B.Y.O.B. part : OWN
28. Cuban dance : CHACHA
31. Feed, as a fire : STOKE
33. Make possible : ENABLE
35. Swatter material : MESH
38. Cuts carbs, maybe : DIETS
41. "Finally!" : ATLAST
42. "___ the Walrus" : IAM
43. Have trouble focusing, in a way : SEEDOUBLE
45. Warm the bench : SIT
46. Shakes hands with, maybe : GREETS
48. Shopaholic's binge : SPREE
49. Dessert ___ : MENU
50. Burn soothers : SALVES
51. Reclusive Greta : GARBO
53. Paw like a tiger : CLAWAT
55. "___ real!" : GET
56. Dummy Mortimer : SNERD
60. Suffers from : HAS
61. ___ de vie (brandy) : EAU
63. Be of one mind : AGREE
64. Composer of "Socrate" and "Vexations" : ERIKSATIE
68. Eye wolfishly : OGLE
69. Coupon clipper : SAVER
70. Sense victory : TASTEBLOOD
74. Parts of royal flushes : TENS
75. What you eat : INTAKE
76. Mooched : CADGED
1. Cadillac Escalade or Lincoln Navigator, for short : SUV
2. Guadalajara gold : ORO
3. Baseball Triple Crown stat : RBI
4. ___ Bell : TACO
5. Head of a bowling formation : ONEPIN
6. Musical gatherings : FESTS
8. Bleacherite : FAN
9. Dog days mo. : AUG
10. Showing no emotion : STOICAL
11. Make contact : TOUCHBASE
12. Optimistic view : HOPE
13. "Zounds!" : EGAD
14. Having little rainfall : ARID
15. Wiener topper : RELISH
17. Enters quietly : STEALSIN
20. Winter Games org. : IOC
22. Toy train purchase : SET
26. Depression-era migrant : OKIE
27. Dandelions, e.g. : WEEDS
29. One with a cure : HEALER
30. Pot starter : ANTE
32. "Potemkin" port : ODESSA
34. Caesarean rebuke : ETTU
35. Russian-built fighters : MIGS
36. Results of eustachian tube blockages, perhaps : EARACHES
37. Suspect foul play : SMELLARAT
39. Do one better than : TOP
40. Sudden increase in troop strength : SURGE
43. Olla podrida, e.g. : STEW
44. All tuckered out : BEAT
47. Dodgy : EVASIVE
49. Genghis Khan, for one : MONGOL
52. Merit badge org. : BSA
54. Boston Harbor jetsam of 1773 : TEA
55. French ___ (Suriname neighbor) : GUIANA
57. Descartes's "therefore" : ERGO
58. Move, in Realtor lingo : RELO
59. Boardwalk or Park Place card : DEED
62. Cobwebby area, often : ATTIC
65. Author Kesey : KEN
66. Yearbook sect. : SRS
67. Business sign abbr. : ESTD
71. Identify, as in a Facebook photo : TAG
72. ___ out a living : EKE
73. B&B part : BED
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