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New York Times, Monday, January 4, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q W }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,825
Across Down
1. Airship, for short. : ZEPP
5. Type of missile. : HBOMB
10. The two. : BOTH
14. Orchestral instrument. : OBOE
15. District in Asia Minor. : IONIA
16. Opera specialty. : ARIA
17. Brooding place. : NEST
18. Ambiguous utterances. : DOUBLETALK
20. Pleads. : ENTREATS
22. British statesman. : ATTLEE
23. Christmas symbol. : HOLLY
24. Fur scarfs. : STOLES
25. German prison camp. : STALAG
27. First post-Revolution mayor of N.Y.C. : DUANE
28. Opposite of neg. : POS
29. Inventor of dynamite. : NOBEL
31. More secure. : SAFER
35. Cold ___. : CUTS
37. Hose. : SOCKS
39. Type of photograph. : XRAY
40. Frame for bobbins, in spinning. : CREEL
42. Part of R.A.F. : ROYAL
44. Compass point. : ESE
45. Small drum. : TABOR
47. Gentlemen's gentlemen. : VALETS
49. Grow fat. : BATTEN
51. Sheets of glass. : PANES
52. Took (a proof) on a hand press. : PULLED
53. Canary. : SONGSTER
56. Popular Swiss resort. : INTERLAKEN
58. Rail bird. : SORA
59. Blemish. : SCAR
60. Santa ___. : ANITA
61. Star in Pegasus. : ENIF
62. ___ d'oeuvres. : HORS
63. Relative of the starling. : MYNAH
64. Tranquillity. : REST
1. Frigid, temperate, or torrid. : ZONE
2. Bacheler's"hired man." : EBEN
3. Quickly. : POSTHASTE
4. Gasoline in Britain. : PETROL
5. Spanish noblemen. : HIDALGOS
6. Spoils of war. : BOOTY
7. Burden. : ONUS
8. Marble: Dial. : MIB
9. The bully tree. : BALATA
10. Gisarme. : BATTLEAX
11. Pope's veil. : ORALE
12. Flooring. : TILES
13. Codlike fish. : HAKE
19. English jackets. : ETONS
21. Spirit. : ELAN
24. Racing gig. : SULKY
25. Humane society: Abbr. : SPCC
26. ___ de force. : TOUR
27. Artistry with furnishings. : DECOR
30. Chemical element. : BORON
32. Peach or plum. : FREESTONE
33. Middle ___. : EAST
34. Gypsy gentlemen. : RYES
36. Pilgrim Fathers, for example. : SETTLERS
38. Augusta's river. : SAVANNAH
41. After some time. : LATER
43. Auld ___ syne. : LANG
46. Term for a noisy party. : BEDLAM
48. Smaller. : LESSER
49. Con game. : BUNCO
50. Chancel table. : ALTAR
51. Dante, for example: Ital. : POETA
52. Impatient exclamation. : PISH
53. Rind. : SKIN
54. Goddess of discord. : ERIS
55. Huck Finn's cruiser. : RAFT
57. Even one. : ANY

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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