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New York Times, Tuesday, January 26, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { F J Q U X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 270 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,847
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1. Gives consent. : AGREES
7. Take notice. : REMARK
13. Neckerchiefs. : CRAVATS
15. TV role. : PALADIN
16. Bobbin lace. : HONITON
17. Thankless one. : INGRATE
18. Counterpart. : TWIN
19. Take action. : MOVE
21. Beloved: Fr. : AIMEE
22. Zodiac sign: : CAPRICORN
25. Important industry. : STEEL
28. A date with Caesar. : IDES
29. Word of regret. : ALAS
33. Having its original purity. : PRISTINE
35. Lacking. : ABSENT
37. Make things easier. : AID
38. Swallow up. : ENGORGE
40. Group of educators: Abbr. : NEA
41. Weapons. : SPEARS
43. Subject for the baby books. : TEETHING
45. Blackbird: Poet. : MERL
46. Type of cheese. : EDAM
48. Owner of “la plume.” : TANTE
49. Small islands SE of New Zealand. : ANTIPODES
52. Rikki-Tikki-Tavi’s prey. : COBRA
55. Infamous emperor. : NERO
56. Bark cloth. : TAPA
60. A religious in solitude. : EREMITE
62. Gave comfort. : SOLACED
64. Tubular fittings. : SLEEVES
65. Gave out. : EMITTED
66. Loving. : TENDER
67. Planked dishes. : STEAKS
1. Eight, in Berlin. : ACHT
2. Spring up. : GROW
3. Relative of a rajah. : RANI
4. Indicates. : EVINCES
5. Have a bite. : EAT
6. Foot action in popular dance. : STOMP
7. Operated. : RAN
8. Composer of “Pomp and Circumstance.” : ELGAR
9. Yacht basins. : MARINAS
10. Grandfather of Enos. : ADAM
11. Ceremony. : RITE
12. Part of the body. : KNEE
14. In unquiet sleep. : SNORING
15. Chessman. : PIECE
20. One way to put on a TV program. : VIDEOTAPE
23. Modify. : ALTER
24. River into the Missouri. : OSAGE
25. Sudden, violent activity, feeling, etc. : SPASM
26. Anything worthless: Slang. : TRIPE
27. Duck. : EIDER
30. Bolshevik leader. : LENIN
31. Concerning. : ANENT
32. The boards. : STAGE
34. Map maker’s expedient. : INSET
36. Actress Davis. : BETTE
39. Compunction. : REMORSE
42. Apprehensive. : ALARMED
44. Shaped like a spearhead, as a leaf. : HASTATE
47. Eats heartily. : DINES
50. Unsophisticated. : NAIVE
51. Sentences. : DOOMS
52. ___ la vie. : CEST
53. Heraldic border. : ORLE
54. Common verb form. : BEEN
57. ___ est fabula (the play is done): Lat. : ACTA
58. Sneak preview. : PEEK
59. Makes a total. : ADDS
61. Region of a country: Abbr. : TER
63. Kindled. : LIT

Answer summary: 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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