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Brendan Emmett Quigley
Brendan Emmett Quigley

NY Times, Sun, Jun 04, 2017 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 17, Columns: 17, Words: 78, Blocks: 94
Notepad: This diagramless is 17 squares wide by 17 squares deep and has regular crossword symmetry. 1-Across starts in the first square of the top row.
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© 2017, The New York Times
Across
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Poised for trouble : ONALERT
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Connects with : RELATESTO
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Dazzling, as designs : EYEPOPPING
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MGM motto start : ARS
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Uncouth sort : LOUT
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Cell division process : MEIOSIS
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Severe upbraiding : TONGUELASHING
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Bog material : PEAT
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"___ nothing" : ITS
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Underground rock? : ORE
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Chinese tea : CHA
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Turn, with "off" : VEER
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Notion : IDEA
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Iron man? : ROBOT
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Really scary : HAIRRAISING
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Northeast Corridor trains : ACELAS
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Letters on a bike tire : PSI
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Surveying tool with a letter-shaped support : YLEVEL
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Amazing : JAWDROPPING
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Apartment document : LEASE
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"Were it not so!" : ALAS
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It's often rigged : MAST
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Parisian pal : AMI
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"Yeah, right!" : HAR
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Dewy, e.g. : WET
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___-pedi : MANI
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Extremely loud : EARSHATTERING
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___ Boys (rap/punk group) : BEASTIE
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Violinist Leopold : AUER
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"___ luck?" : ANY
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Suffering humiliation ... or a literal hint to 11-, 19-, 37-, 44- and 56-Across : LOSINGFACE
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Harsh, insistent quality : STRIDENCE
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Soft part of a trunk below the bark : SAPWOOD
Down
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Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
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R&B singer with the 2006 #1 hit "So Sick" : NEYO
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Native Alaskan : ALEUT
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Portable computer : LAPTOP
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D.D.E.'s W.W. II command : ETO
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Dem.'s counterpart : REP
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Recipe amt. : TSP
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"Put your pencils down!" : TIME
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First-year J.D. student : ONEL
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Actress ___ Scala : GIA
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Place to park your butt? : ASHTRAY
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Social reformer Jacob : RIIS
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Nine-digit ID : SSN
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Basketry twig : OSIER
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Bee juice : NECTAR
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"Damn, damn, damn!" : GAH
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Arches National Park locale : UTAH
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Big name in chocolates : GODIVA
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Lévesque and Lacoste : RENES
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Silver dollar bird : EAGLE
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Dental appointment, e.g. : VISIT
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Land o' blarney : ERIN
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"Ah, gotcha" : ISEE
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Indian pooh-bah : RAJAH
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Florida county seat : OCALA
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Word of caution : BEWARE
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Elderly demographic, informally, with "the" : OLDS
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Google Play downloads : APPS
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"Fighting" collegians : ILLINI
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"Rumor has it ..." : SOMESAY
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Trails : PATHS
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Bingo or Jenga : GAME
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Scratch : MAR
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Architect buried at St. Paul's Cathedral : WREN
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"Shortly" : INAFEW
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Lawyers' org. : ABA
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Team defeated in Super Bowl LI: Abbr. : ATL
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Spanish uncles : TIOS
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Audition : TEST
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Rich fertilizer : GUANO
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Danish shoe brand : ECCO
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Marsh plant : REED
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What always goes according to schedule, for short? : IRS
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Actress Vardalos : NIA
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Econ. statistic : GDP
Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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