Patrick Blindauer
Patrick Blindauer

NY Times, Sun, Aug 10, 2008 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Patrick Blindauer
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 82, Across Lite
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© 2008, The New York Times
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1. Opposed to : ANTI
5. "Wabbit" hunter Elmer : FUDD
9. Jelly used for fuel : STERNO
11. Become bored by : TIREOF
13. Director of the biggest film hit of 1982 : STEVENSPIELBERG
16. Who said "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun" : MAO
17. One of the Saarinens : ELIEL
18. Lyricist Gershwin : IRA
20. Story line : ARC
21. Patch, as a lawn : RESOD
22. [This tastes awful!] : GAG
23. Beast of burden : YAK
24. Leaves in the lurch : STRANDS
26. "Entourage" airer : HBO
27. Bahamas' capital : NASSAU
30. I.R.S. visits : AUDITS
33. Actress whose first starring role was in 13-Across's 1982 film hit : DREWBARRYMORE
37. Summer in Montréal : ETE
38. They may be final or physical : EXAMS
39. Countdown start : TEN
40. Half of a noted 1955 merger: Abbr. : AFL
42. Hi-fi buys : LPS
43. Digital watch feature: Abbr. : LCD
44. Sue Grafton's "___ for Innocent" : IIS
46. Romance : WOO
47. Famous line from 13-Across's 1982 film hit : ETPHONEHOME
52. Em, for one : AUNT
55. Went berserk : RANAMOK
56. Extensive : VAST
60. Better half : SPOUSE
62. Gawk at : EYE
63. Elevator pioneer Otis : ELISHA
65. "Shoulda listened to me!" : TOLDYA
66. Haifa's land: Abbr. : ISR
67. "Cheers" star : DANSON
68. Have in mind : INTEND
69. Fall behind : LAG
70. Open, as a wine bottle : UNCORK
71. With 73-Across, candy featured in 13-Across's 1982 film hit : REESES
72. Caustic potash : LYE
73. See 71-Across : PIECES
1. Devoured : ATE
2. Great Basin Natl. Park locale : NEV
3. Uno + due : TRE
4. Flotation device : INNERTUBE
5. Romps : FIELDDAYS
6. One may be bookmarked : URL
7. Society newcomer : DEB
8. John or Jane in court : DOE
9. Army jail : STOCKADE
10. Sir William who wrote "The Principles and Practice of Medicine" : OSLER
11. Attach with laces : TIEON
12. Alarm : FRIGHTEN
13. See-through wrap : SARAN
14. Galileo's birthplace : PISA
15. Up for ___ : GRABS
16. Has permission : MAY
19. Fifth word of the Gettysburg Address : AGO
24. "Barking dogs seldom bite," e.g. : SAW
25. Bottom line : SUM
28. Mexican Mlle. : SRTA
29. Deem appropriate : SEEFIT
31. E-business : DOTCOM
32. Ticked off : IRED
34. The name of the Rose? : AXL
35. Record store section : RAP
36. Apt. specs : RMS
41. Makes meaning from mouth movements : LIPREADS
43. Found in a dictionary : LOOKEDUP
45. ___ Na Na : SHA
46. You-know-___ : WHO
47. Practice pieces : ETUDES
48. "Ah, Wilderness!" playwright : ONEILL
49. Deny : NAYSAY
50. Come to the fore : EMERGE
51. Show clearly : EVINCE
52. Buzzing : ASTIR
53. Barely winning : UPONE
54. Nick of film : NOLTE
57. Part of Nasdaq: Abbr. : ASSOC
58. "I'll Walk Alone" singer Dinah : SHORE
59. Goes south in a big way : TANKS
61. Annual song ender : SYNE
64. Legal scholar Guinier : LANI
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