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New York Times, Saturday, January 23, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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1. “There is ___ in affairs of men . . . ” : ATIDE
6. To ___ (unanimously). : AMAN
10. Plateau. : MESA
14. Smokey’s concern. : FORESTFIRE
16. Economist Smith. : ADAM
17. Thoroughly. : FROMTHEGROUNDUP
19. Hankering: Slang. : YEN
20. Hesitations in speech. : HAWS
21. Courtroom proceedings. : TRIALS
22. Stimulate. : WHET
24. Coin of the Philippines. : PESO
25. Proboscises. : SNOUTS
27. Boats. : CORACLES
31. Ottoman Turkish government. : PORTE
32. Mme. Curie. : MARIE
33. Bankbook entry: Abbr. : INT
34. Nettles. : IRKS
35. Seaweed. : VAREC
36. Shine. : STAR
37. Paris season. : ETE
38. Relents. : MELTS
39. Short surplice. : COTTA
40. Footmen. : SERVANTS
42. Became insipid. : PALLED
43. Presidential nickname. : ANDY
44. It contains Put-in Bay. : ERIE
45. Undergoing depletion. : AWASTE
48. Variable star in Cetus. : MIRA
50. Home of Proteus. : SEA
53. Fight imaginary opponents. : TILTATWINDMILLS
56. Faineant. : IDLE
57. Scold. : TONGUELASH
58. Nopal. : PEAR
59. ___ bellum. : ANTE
60. Air Force general. : LEMAY
1. Betroth, old style. : AFFY
2. Rent. : TORE
3. Certain craftsman. : IRONWORKER
4. Opposite of Rep. : DEM
5. Art lover. : ESTHETE
6. Small number. : AFEW
7. Marbles. : MIGS
8. Timetable abbreviation. : ARR
9. Modern. : NEOTERIC
10. Cassava plant. : MANIOC
11. Icelandic literary work. : EDDA
12. King of Israel. : SAUL
13. Electrical units, for short. : AMPS
15. “___ my boy!” : THATS
18. Bears: Lat. : URSAE
23. Cabins. : HUTS
24. Microscopic openings. : PORES
25. Keeps watch. : SPIES
26. Compass point: Span. : NORTE
27. Supermarket vehicles. : CARTS
28. Twelve tricks. : LITTLESLAM
29. Related maternally. : ENATE
30. Cremona creation. : STRAD
32. Describing beer. : MALTY
35. Feud in Firenze. : VENDETTA
36. Concert performances. : SOLI
38. Spanish shawl. : MANTA
39. Sweetmeat. : CARAMEL
41. More expansive. : VASTER
42. Lost to view. : PERDU
45. Expectant. : ATIP
46. Expansive. : WIDE
47. In the manner of: Ital. : ALLA
48. Flavoring agent. : MINT
49. Broadway playwright. : INGE
51. Wagnerian heroine. : ELSA
52. Cinereous. : ASHY
54. Got. : WON
55. Adjectival termination. : ILE

Answer summary: 6 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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