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New York Times, Thursday, January 6, 1977

Author:
Harriet Gilson Rosenberg
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 12, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
Harriet Gilson Rosenberg has 24 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1977, The New York TimesNo. 10,008

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Across
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Kind of board : OUIJA
6
Lhasa is its capital : TIBET
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"___ gratia artis" : ARS
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Deduce : INFER
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"___ not yet begun to fight" : IHAVE
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Aglow : LIT
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British elevators : LIFTS
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Beer drinker and orchid lover : NEROWOLFE
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Barnyard area : STY
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Hire : ENGAGE
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Glen : VALE
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Sam Levenson's "In ___ . . . " : ONEERA
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Wined and dined : FETED
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Small civet : GENET
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Iranian coin : DINAR
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Ensue : RESULT
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Angler's adjunct : NET
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"___ of Reason" : AGE
35
Compare notes : CONSULT
37
Shifty one : SCHEMER
39
Refresher : ALE
40
___ diem : PER
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What the pot called black : KETTLE
42
Anne Maybury's "___ White Dolphin" : RIDEA
44
Bit of hair : TRESS
45
City in Georgia : MACON
48
Comics' fortes : ADLIBS
50
Half an old radio team : AMOS
51
" . . . ___ in defense of our Liberty Tree" : ACHEER
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Linden : HAL
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Ross Macdonald sleuth : LEWARCHER
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"Aida," for one : OPERA
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Golf adjunct : TEE
60
Barcelona month : ENERO
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___ for sound : WIRED
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Schedule abbr. : ARR
63
Headwear : BERET
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Impoverished : NEEDY
Down
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Certain paintings : OILS
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Word with price or rule : UNIT
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Doubtful : IFFY
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Kind of set : JET
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Gentleman burglar : ARSENELUPIN
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Hue : TINGE
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"___ you the first time!" : IHEARD
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Basement offerings : BARGAINS
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Cry of revelry : EVOE
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Belabor, old style : TEW
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___ once : ALLAT
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Gun : RIFLE
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Equine : STEED
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___ and out : OVER
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Irked : NETTLED
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Burden : ONUS
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Clever cleric : FATHERBROWN
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College course: Abbr. : GEOL
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Old slave : ESNE
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Four-in-hand : NECKTIE
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Electronic monogram : RCA
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Danish counties : AMTS
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Thickens : GELS
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Palindrome word : ERE
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Arthur the movie butler : TREACHER
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French seasons : ETES
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Bonheur : ROSA
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Cling to : ADHERE
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Medit. island : MALTA
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Arabian V.I.P. : AMEER
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Cringe : COWER
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Dormouse : LEROT
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Teenage plight : ACNE
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Now's partner : HERE
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"My luve is like ___ . . . " : ARED
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Kind of killer : LADY
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Civil War word : REB
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Between apple and order : PIE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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