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New York Times, Monday, January 25, 1965

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 256 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,657
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1. Egyptian symbols. : SCARABS
8. Garden daisies. : SHASTAS
15. Long-lasting. : CHRONIC
16. ___ Marshes, in central Italy. : PONTINE
17. Kitchen utensil. : ROASTER
18. Kindles. : IGNITES
19. McNamara's concern. : ARMY
20. Relatives of staples. : NAILS
22. Nicaraguan Indian. : RAMA
23. Rural sound. : MAA
24. Author of "Israfel." : POE
25. ___ de plume. : NOM
26. Plant stem used for grafting. : SLIP
28. Verb inflection. : TENSE
30. Tendril. : BINE
31. Bakery items. : ECLAIRS
33. Relatives. : NIECES
35. Oriental notables. : AGAS
36. Far East boat. : PROA
37. Cake makings. : BATTER
40. More lordly. : PROUDER
43. Oh dear! : ALAS
44. Arabian gazelle. : ARIEL
46. Haughty one. : SNOB
48. Part of the Air Force. : SAC
49. High in tone. : ALT
50. Knight. : SIR
51. Give forth. : EMIT
53. Office worker. : FILER
55. In addition. : ELSE
56. Inducements. : MOTIVES
58. Acid salt. : NITRATE
60. Flatter. : ADULATE
61. Not primary. : DERIVED
62. Cuddles. : NESTLES
63. Bakery machines. : SLICERS
1. Makes oneself scarce. : SCRAMS
2. Hymn tune. : CHORALE
3. Language of Biblical times. : ARAMAIC
4. Blushing. : ROSY
5. Hexapod. : ANT
6. Well: Fr. : BIEN
7. Road graders. : SCRAPERS
8. Taps used in collecting maple sap. : SPILES
9. Farm animals. : HOGS
10. New England cape. : ANN
11. Pother: Colloq. : STIR
12. Colossal. : TITANIC
13. Spring bloom. : ANEMONE
14. Oriental seeds. : SESAMES
21. Certain particles. : IONS
27. City maps. : PLATS
28. Part of the crown jewels. : TIARA
29. Register. : ENROL
30. Ornaments. : BEADS
32. Come of ___. : AGE
34. Note of a sort. : IOU
36. Lays claim (to). : PRETENDS
37. Infielder. : BASEMAN
38. Menu phrase. : ALAMODE
39. Roman historian, circa 100 A.D. : TACITUS
40. Tablet's cousin. : PILL
41. Deprive of freedom. : ENSLAVE
42. Be lively and noisy. : ROISTER
45. Work incentives. : RAISES
47. Is the source of. : BREEDS
52. Joust. : TILT
53. Entertain. : FETE
54. Cambodian piastre. : RIEL
55. Valiant Viking. : ERIC
57. French lace, for short. : VAL
59. Numerical prefix. : TRI

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