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New York Times, Friday, October 21, 1966

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 88, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,278

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Part of an address. : ZIPCODE
8. Isaiah's cry. : WOEISME
15. Give spirit to. : ENLIVEN
16. Passageways. : AVENUES
17. Deliberate. : STUDIED
18. Backs out. : RENEGES
19. Geographic area: Abbr. : TER
20. Type of fabric. : DRIPDRY
22. One ___ time. : ATA
23. Bind with ropes: Naut. : FRAP
25. Laugh loudly: Colloq. : SNORT
26. Lady Jane. : GREY
27. Unfold. : UNLAP
29. Twelve dozen: Abbr. : GRO
30. Prophets. : SEERS
31. Assignment. : LESSON
33. Is present in large numbers. : ABOUNDS
35. Thick slice. : SLAB
37. Revise. : EDIT
38. Climbing plant. : CREEPER
41. Gives off vapor. : STEAMS
45. Dominant seventh. : CHORD
46. Man's nickname. : LEN
48. French legislative chamber. : SENAT
49. Defendant: Law. : REUS
50. City in France. : NIMES
52. Full of streaks. : LINY
53. Calendar abbreviation. : OCT
54. Recovered from. : GOTOVER
56. Bad: Prefix. : MAL
57. Conveyer, sports style. : SKILIFT
59. Mean. : AVERAGE
61. African river. : SENEGAL
62. Political candidate, at times. : DEBATER
63. Hermit. : EREMITE
64. Solutions. : ANSWERS
Down
1. Full of keen enjoyment. : ZESTFUL
2. Hospital resident. : INTERNE
3. Certain nouns and verbs. : PLURALS
4. Part of Scotland Yard. : CID
5. Roman poet. : OVID
6. ___ tongue, flowering herb. : DEERS
7. Conclusion. : ENDING
8. Articles of dress. : WARDROBE
9. Manifest. : OVERT
10. Counting-out word. : EENY
11. Chemical suffix. : INE
12. Sweetened. : SUGARED
13. Conveners. : MEETERS
14. Literary works. : ESSAYS
21. Suffix in zoological terms. : PORA
24. Ryan and Namath. : PASSERS
26. Well-bred. : GENTEEL
28. Propelled, as a punt. : POLED
30. Pleases. : SUITS
32. Siesta. : NAP
34. Certain uniforms: Abbr. : ODS
36. Disparage. : BELITTLE
38. Square. : CHECKER
39. Customary course of business. : ROUTINE
40. San ___, on the Riviera. : REMO
42. Living. : ANIMATE
43. Economist. : MANAGER
44. Designers. : STYLERS
45. La ___. : CROSSE
47. Snowfall, in Spanish. : NEVADA
50. What Jack Sprat could eat. : NOFAT
51. Number. : SEVEN
54. Oscar-winning movie of 1958. : GIGI
55. Insurgents, for short. : REBS
58. Gulliver's nickname. : LEM
60. Chilly. : RAW

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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