Paula Gamache
Paula Gamache

NY Times, Sun, Sep 18, 2011 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Paula Gamache
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: , Blocks: 90, Across Lite
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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bad-mouth : DIS
4. Hopeless, as a situation : NOWIN
9. Bed-and-breakfast : INN
10. Wardrobe item for "The Mikado" : KIMONO
11. The Hubble Telescope? : STARWITNESS
14. Mexicali's state, familiarly : BAJA
18. Hindu god : KRISHNA
19. "Sock ___ me!" : ITTO
21. Apple debut of 2010 : IPAD
22. Figure out : SOLVE
23. Gold diggers, e.g. : USERS
24. Person with a message : PAGE
25. Excellence in education? : PRINCIPALFOCUS
29. Artoo-___ : DETOO
30. So last year : OLDHAT
31. Places for getting off: Abbr. : STNS
33. Grenoble's department : ISERE
34. Burst water pipe? : MAINEVENT
38. Khan who sang "I'm Every Woman" : CHAKA
42. It may be called during a game : TIME
43. Dan Quayle's alma mater : DEPAUW
45. Article of food : VIAND
48. Consideration in choosing a pope? : CARDINALVIRTUE
52. Succulent plant : ALOE
53. Run : BLEED
54. Give one's approval to : BLESS
58. In the mail : SENT
59. Chrysler Building architect William Van ___ : ALEN
60. Informal summer wear for women : TUBETOP
62. Once, a long time ago : ERST
63. Poll-watching? : PRIMARYDUTY
65. Suppose, country-style : RECKON
66. Skater Midori : ITO
67. Playwright Clifford : ODETS
68. Heir, but not an heiress : SON
1. Frisbees, e.g. : DISKS
2. Foreword, for short : INTRO
3. Escargot : SNAIL
4. Actress Naldi of the silent era : NITA
5. Universal: Prefix : OMN
6. Patricia T. O'Conner book on grammar : WOEISI
7. Section of a foot : INSTEP
8. Cosa ___ : NOSTRA
10. Relatives : KIN
12. Answered, as an invitation : RSVPD
13. "___ to?" (cabbie's query) : WHERE
14. Rifle supporters : BIPODS
15. Attack helicopter : APACHE
16. Big cat : JAGUAR
17. Carol starter : ADESTE
20. Scandinavian capital : OSLO
23. Huskies' sch. : UCONN
26. "___ guy thing" : ITSA
27. Protestation of innocence : NOTI
28. Skim along : FLIT
32. Go down : SET
34. Neighbor of Lanai and Molokai : MAUI
35. Making a strong impression : VIVID
36. Princely title : EMIR
37. Nifty : NEAT
38. Jewel box : CDCASE
39. Faith ___ : HEALER
40. Farriers wear them : APRONS
41. Longtime Opel model : KADETT
44. Seattle Storm's org. : WNBA
46. Like tweed fabric : NUBBY
47. Marked to remove : DELED
49. Elite N.F.L.'er : ALLPRO
50. Looked like a lecher : LEERED
51. Bridge of Sighs locale : VENICE
55. Needle holders : ETUIS
56. ___ voce : SOTTO
57. Watch via satellite, maybe : SPYON
60. New Mexico county or its seat : TAOS
61. Banquet vessel : URN
64. Exchange place: Abbr. : MKT
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