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New York Times, Tuesday, January 16, 1979

Author:
Robert Katz
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 253 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
Robert Katz has 73 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1979, The New York TimesNo. 10,661
Across
1. Pirate's take : LOOT
5. Korean port : PUSAN
10. ___ of living : COST
14. "La Douce" : IRMA
15. A road to Rome : APPIA
16. Poker stake : ANTE
17. Nobelist Thomas : MANN
18. Guns of Britain : STENS
19. College in London : SION
20. Live-it-up occasion : ANIGHTONTHETOWN
23. Inclines : LEANS
24. Hollywood and ___ : VINE
25. Third Hebrew letter : GIMEL
28. ___ statesman : ELDER
31. Baton Rouge inst. : LSU
32. Fossil-rich tar pits in L.A. : LABREA
35. Norwegian king : OLAF
39. Pennsylvania station : ALTOONA
41. Spring : EMANATE
43. Hunter's target : DEER
44. Plant used in wool manufacture : TEASEL
46. Dolley Madison, ___ Payne : NEE
47. Gets into the vicinity : NEARS
49. Pressed : URGED
51. Confabulate : CHAT
53. Norman Vincent ___ : PEALE
56. Live-it-down occasion : THEMORNINGAFTER
62. Had on : WORE
63. Trunk artery : AORTA
64. Pakistani language : URDU
65. Religious image: Var. : IKON
66. It's between snow and rain : SLEET
67. Garden's bed : SOIL
68. Courteous chap : GENT
69. Chaplain, to a G.I. : PADRE
70. Feminine suffix : ETTE
Down
1. Kind of bean : LIMA
2. Mediterranean port : ORAN
3. Prefix for bus or science : OMNI
4. Mesh in a mess : TANGLE
5. Naples staple : PASTA
6. Author Sinclair : UPTON
7. Elizabethan poet : SPENSER
8. "I ___ Got Nobody" : AINT
9. Poet Ogden : NASH
10. Like some stomachs : CASTIRON
11. Tear-jerker in the kitchen : ONION
12. Uncle Tom's creator : STOWE
13. Neighbor of Miss. : TENN
21. One meaning for "Aloha" : HELLO
22. Sewer of fig leaves : EVE
25. Kind of hand or rags : GLAD
26. Man is one : ISLE
27. Trumpet accessory : MUTE
29. D. S. Freeman's "___ Lieutenants" : LEES
30. Beknighted female : DAME
33. Acronym on Broadway : ANTA
34. Bugs, but not Bunny : BAER
36. "Auld ___ Syne" : LANG
37. Fit to ___ : ATEE
38. Oats : FEED
40. Bauble, bangle or bead : ORNAMENT
42. Wing of sorts : ALULA
45. Was ambitious : ASPIRED
48. Ike's W.W. II post : ETO
50. Say nay : REFUSE
51. Valve on a gasoline engine : CHOKE
52. Wading bird : HERON
54. Door sign : ENTER
55. Relative of onyx : AGATE
56. Poplar part : TWIG
57. Irritate : RASP
58. Accordion favorite : NOLA
59. Jogger's gait : TROT
60. Use a blue pencil : EDIT
61. Be in power : RULE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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