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New York Times, Monday, January 19, 1959

Author: Jules Arensberg
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F Q Z }, Scrabble score: 320 (avg 1.69)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,475
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1. Sharpen. : STROP
6. Go away! : SCAT
10. Centerpiece, for flowers. : VASE
14. Beloved: Fr. : CHERI
15. Moreover. : ALSO
16. Mr. Woollcott. : ALEX
17. Predecessor of the viol. : REBEC
18. Occur. : TAKEPLACE
20. Juin, Juillet, Août. : ETE
21. Superabound. : TEEM
23. Cranes. : HOISTS
24. Certain apartment houses. : WALKUPS
26. School girl. : COED
27. Swiss canton. : URI
28. Jar. : JOLT
29. Fitting. : APT
32. Relative of Lowestoft. : SPODE
35. A whiz. : HUMDINGER
37. Indicator. : ARROW
38. Native of: Slang. : OTE
39. Desist. : CEASE
40. Newspaperwoman: Slang. : SOBSISTER
42. Practical jokes. : JESTS
43. Fodder. : HAY
44. Scandinavian name. : NELS
45. Term of address to a boy. : BUD
46. When Normandy was invaded. : DDAY
47. Faux pas. : MISSTEP
51. Legal bond. : ESCROW
54. "Waste not, ___ not." : WANT
55. According to. : ALA
56. Reject. : THROWAWAY
58. Chucklehead. : IDIOT
60. Chill. : COOL
61. Diaphanous material. : LENO
62. Formal farewell. : CONGE
63. Ululate. : HOWL
64. Look askance. : LEER
65. Stage direction. : ENTER
1. Propeller. : SCREW
2. Greek letter. : THETA
3. Insurrectionist. : REBEL
4. Coin of Copenhagen. : ORE
5. Feature of a modern house. : PICTUREWINDOW
6. Surfeits. : SATES
7. Tight-lipped one. : CLAM
8. Inquire. : ASK
9. Insecure grip. : TOEHOLD
10. Effective. : VALID
11. Northernmost state: Abbr. : ALAS
12. Part: Abbr. : SECT
13. Cross marks. : EXES
19. The ending of "Hamlet," for example. : POETICJUSTICE
22. Finial. : EPI
25. Praise: Colloq. : KUDOS
26. Potential star: Colloq. : COMER
28. Invaders of England, 5th cen. : JUTES
29. Moslem titles. : AGAS
30. Nuisance. : PEST
31. ___ jolie. : TRES
32. Cummerbund. : SASH
33. Outrigger. : PROA
34. Spherical. : ORBY
35. In a fiery manner. : HOTLY
36. Has occasion for. : NEEDS
41. Relative of a dike. : SEAWALL
45. Storage box. : BIN
46. Ludicrous. : DROLL
47. Willy Brandt, for example. : MAYOR
48. Besmirch. : TAINT
49. Encomium. : ELOGE
50. Father: Lat. : PATER
51. Make a type of drawing. : ETCH
52. See 6 Across. : SHOO
53. Boast in triumph. : CROW
54. Taper off. : WANE
57. Lilliputian. : WEE
59. Put on. : DON

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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