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New York Times, Thursday, October 13, 1955

Author: Anthony Morse
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J K Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,298
Across Down
1. Sudden, brief gust of wind. : FLAW
5. Turbine power. : STEAM
10. Scheme. : PLAN
14. French expression with "oo." : LALA
15. Fruit or seeds: Comb. form. : CARPO
16. Adriatic resort. : LIDO
17. Fusses. : ADOS
18. Atlantic hazards. : HURRICANES
20. China Sea hazards. : TYPHOONS
22. Carefully groomed: Fr. : SOIGNE
23. Gait at the Hambletonian. : TROT
24. Render speechless. : STUN
25. Real. : ACTUAL
28. Feature of Versailles. : FOUNTAIN
32. Makes a botch of: Colloq. : FLUBS
33. Arena for Lew Hoad. : COURT
34. Compass point. : NNE
35. "Ladders." : RUNS
36. Novelist of Westerns. : HARTE
37. Whiteness: Poet. : SNOW
38. Suffix denoting an order of animals. : INI
39. Out and away. : FORTH
40. August sample of 18 Across. : DIANE
41. Relatives of twisters. : CYCLONES
43. Mary Martin's actress daughter. : HELLER
44. Tools. : AXES
45. Anthracite. : COAL
46. Begins. : ARISES
49. Mississippi Valley hazards. : TORNADOS
53. Prairie States hazards. : DUSTSTORMS
55. Spin a floating log by treading. : BIRL
56. Adept. : ABLE
57. Camel's cousin. : LLAMA
58. Arm bone. : ULNA
59. Take notice. : HEED
60. Agreements. : YESES
61. What 40 Across did. : BLEW
1. Insipid. : FLAT
2. Duke's daughter. : LADY
3. Askew. : ALOP
4. Laundry equipment. : WASHTUBS
5. Group of shiners. : SCHOOL
6. Mock. : TAUNT
7. Slips up. : ERRS
8. Calendar abbreviation. : APR
9. Humidity. : MOISTURE
10. Vocal objection. : PLAINT
11. Food fish. : LING
12. Port in Arabia. : ADEN
13. Cyrano's burden. : NOSE
19. Reckoning. : COUNT
21. Old Danish money. : ORAS
24. The antarctic regions. : SOUTH
25. Of a continent: Poet. : AFRIC
26. French lace-making town. : CLUNY
27. Garment. : TUNIC
28. Army posts. : FORTS
29. Record of a year. : ANNAL
30. "___ ear and out the other." : INONE
31. Stranger. : NEWER
33. Minds. : CARES
36. Truly. : HONESTLY
37. Wine and cream beaten to froth. : SILLABUB
39. Sly ones. : FOXES
40. Mr. Acheson. : DEAN
42. Endured. : LASTED
43. Hengist was ___ brother. : HORSAS
45. ___ il faut. : COMME
46. Cain's wife, in Byron poem. : ADAH
47. Walker of the Dodgers. : RUBE
48. ___ Royale, in Lake Superior. : ISLE
49. Musical symbols. : TRAS
50. Herb for pickles. : DILL
51. Caen's river. : ORNE
52. Shredded cabbage. : SLAW
54. Suffix in chemistry. : OLE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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