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New York Times, Saturday, January 5, 1963

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 329 (avg 1.68)
Open Squares: 82, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
Jack Luzzatto has 292 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 4,919
Across Down
1. What "whom" is, often. : MISUSED
8. Drink measure. : JIGGER
14. Soporific drone. : MONOTONE
15. Fly. : AVIATE
16. Beneath one's dignity. : INFRADIG
17. Shape of a snake fence. : ZIGZAG
18. Magnetic center. : NORTH
19. Touch lightly in passing. : GRAZE
21. Uncle: Scot. : EME
22. Gray: Fr. : GRIS
23. To ___ (without exception). : AMAN
24. Add voices to film. : DUBIN
26. Wool, in combinations. : LAN
27. Chaplet of flowers. : ANADEM
29. Ils ___ (they are): Fr. : SONT
30. Number for Phileas Fogg. : EIGHTY
32. Arden. : ENOCH
34. Spade and Marlowe. : SLEUTHS
36. Adriatic seaport. : TRIESTE
40. Peasants of India. : RYOTS
42. Scatters. : STREWS
43. Sail support. : SPAR
46. Flinches. : WINCES
48. Card stakes. : POT
49. Peak in E Africa. : KENYA
51. Fold spirally. : FURL
52. Feed for the computer. : DATA
53. Nonparty voter, for short. : IND
54. Social blunder. : GAFFE
56. Praiseworthy quality. : MERIT
57. Soft complaint. : MURMUR
59. Tom, Dick or Harry, of course. : FORENAME
61. Disarming word. : PLEASE
62. Natives of a Biblical kingdom. : ELAMITES
63. Sets out. : STARTS
64. Took one's ease. : REPOSED
1. Feature of the Seattle Fair. : MONORAIL
2. Trespass (upon). : INFRINGE
3. What not to be out of. : SORTS
4. Brigham's haven. : UTAH
5. Grassy ground. : SOD
6. Inscrutable one. : ENIGMA
7. Drag in the dust. : DEGRADE
8. U. S. cultural export. : JAZZ
9. Creepered with green. : IVIED
10. Relative of a buggy. : GIG
11. Summerhouse. : GAZEBO
12. Star in Draco, the Dragon constellation. : ETAMIN
13. King's substitute. : REGENT
14. Joins the crowd. : MINGLES
20. As regards. : ANENT
23. At all events. : ANYHOW
25. Show in or out. : USHER
27. Legal abbreviation. : ATTY
28. Tasty bite. : MORSEL
31. Rush-rush. : HURRY
33. Townsmen, for short. : CITS
35. Not at ease. : STIFF
37. Disperse. : SEPARATE
38. Double-crossed. : TWOTIMED
39. Totals of assets. : ESTATES
41. Candle extinguisher. : SNUFFER
43. Uses too little. : SKIMPS
44. Next to the last. : PENULT
45. "___ Chenier," Giordano opera. : ANDREA
47. A la ___ (with tomatoes, onions and peppers). : CREOLE
50. Bast fiber of India. : AGUST
52. France's patron saint. : DENIS
55. Olympian warmonger. : ARES
56. Note. : MEMO
58. Blemish. : MAR
60. Strike smartly. : RAP

Answer summary: 6 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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