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New York Times, Friday, January 13, 1967

Author: Anthony Morse
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { F J Q V X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,362
Across Down
1. Excavation. : POSTHOLE
9. Customs duty. : IMPOST
15. Protestant. : LUTHERAN
16. Coin of the realm: Slang. : MOOLAH
17. Speech sound. : ASPIRATE
18. Mixup. : MUDDLE
19. Sanctified person: Abbr. : STE
20. Broke bread. : ATE
21. Proper. : DUE
22. Educational group: Abbr. : NEA
23. After: Prefix. : META
25. "For all sad words of tongue ___ . . . " : ORPEN
27. Came in second. : LOST
28. Prevent. : DEBAR
30. Cockney's flat. : OME
31. Sabre or épée. : ARME
32. Melodic, in music. : ARIOSE
34. Pinchpenny. : MISER
35. Meet. : SIT
38. Transportation charge. : POSTAGE
40. Navy man: Abbr. : ENS
41. ___ thing or two. : KNEWA
43. Temporary occupant. : TENANT
45. Legal term. : INRE
46. Thrice: Prefix. : TER
47. Collects. : REAPS
50. Frozen. : NUMB
51. Former kingdom in Southeast Asia. : ANNAM
53. Greek temple. : NAOS
55. Gods: It. : DEI
56. Military hardware: Abbr. : ORD
57. Sea bird. : MEW
59. African antelope. : GNU
60. ___ cas (in any case): Fr. : ENTOUT
62. Product of an evergreen. : PINECONE
64. Ancient name of Urfa. : EDESSA
65. Encroached (on). : INTRUDED
66. Placard. : POSTER
67. Stamp for later on. : POSTDATE
1. Relative of serum. : PLASM
2. Put out. : OUSTED
3. Florida city, for short. : STPETE
4. Weatherman's abbreviation. : THI
5. Greek goddess. : HERA
6. Musical composition. : ORATORIO
7. In the future. : LATER
8. Chemical ending. : ENE
9. Exempt from. : IMMUNE
10. Gallic grimace. : MOUE
11. Vegetable container. : POD
12. Ancient language. : OLDNORSE
13. Vendors. : SALESMEN
14. Drive-ins. : THEATERS
21. Comport (oneself). : DEMEAN
24. Garb for Ibn Saud. : ABA
26. Side entrance. : POSTERN
27. Medieval verse. : LAI
29. Harp: It. : ARPA
33. Belgian port. : OSTEND
34. Wall word. : MENE
35. Superficial. : SKINDEEP
36. Insinuation. : INNUENDO
37. Undermining pests. : TERMITES
39. Tailors' concern. : GARMENTS
42. Source of entanglement. : WEB
44. Shade. : TAN
46. Ill-humored person. : TARTAR
48. Oriental temple. : PAGODA
49. Short poem. : SONNET
52. Useful acid. : AMINO
54. Glove material. : SUEDE
56. Yorkshire river. : OUSE
58. "Bird thou never ___." : WERT
61. East: Ger. : OST
62. Seed. : PIP
63. Bovine mouthful. : CUD

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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