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New York Times, Saturday, October 15, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.54, Missing: { F J Z }, Scrabble score: 304 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,110
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1. Poet. : ODIST
6. Ayrshire or Jersey. : COW
9. Nonsense! : BOSH
13. Goodness: Fr. : BONTE
14. Italian city. : LODI
15. Self: Comb. form. : AUTO
16. Extra section on a map. : INSET
17. Formerly, firearms. : ORDNANCES
19. Hard-shelled clams. : QUAHOGS
21. Popular garment. : TIGHTS
22. Tress. : CURL
23. TV audience. : VIEWERS
25. Fit out. : RIG
26. Browbeats. : HECTORS
27. ___ mater, brain membrane. : PIA
30. City in Devonshire. : EXETER
32. Pieces of needlework. : SAMPLERS
34. Dagger. : PONIARD
36. El ___ (sources of wealth). : DORADOS
37. And the rest. : ETCETERA
39. Opera singer Conner. : NADINE
40. Comprehend. : SEE
41. Hoarseness. : RAUCITY
43. 60 sec. : MIN
44. Classic in English literature. : MACBETH
45. County on English Channel. : KENT
46. Germanic language. : DANISH
49. Sampling. : TASTING
51. Not according to Hoyle. : UNETHICAL
53. Early U. S. fur merchant. : ASTOR
55. Arcturus. : STAR
56. Pact signed April 4, 1949. : NATO
57. Hot: Fr. : CHAUD
58. Recap. : TIRE
59. Savoir ___ (to be grateful): Fr. : GRE
60. Plaited skirts. : KILTS
1. Sash. : OBI
2. Impossible knight of classic romance. : DONQUIXOTE
3. Uprising. : INSURGENCE
4. Appropriate without right. : STEAL
5. Hebrew T. : TETH
6. Undergarments. : CORSETS
7. Out-of-the-way. : ODD
8. Time of the year. : WINTERMONTHS
9. Hair style. : BANGS
10. Pained exclamation. : OUCH
11. Copyreader's term. : STET
12. Relative of a cayuse. : HOSS
14. Correct reasoning. : LOGIC
18. Paint with a gun. : AIRSPRAY
20. Going too far. : OVERREACHING
22. ___ suzette. : CREPES
24. Blue dye. : WOAD
26. Summer annoyance. : HEATRASH
27. Having a triangular gable. : PEDIMENTAL
28. Smoothing. : IRONINGOUT
29. Concur. : ASSENT
31. Bind. : TIE
33. Youth. : LAD
35. Overwhelm in sports. : DRUB
38. Rayon fabric. : ACETATE
42. Combining form for a country. : ITALO
44. Famous Tudor tavern in London. : MITRE
45. Former premier of Japan. : KISHI
46. Finely powdered substance. : DUST
47. Opposed. : ANTI
48. At hand. : NEAR
50. Sharp-pointed pin. : TACK
52. Part of an elevator. : CAR
54. Highways: Abbr. : RDS

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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