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QUOTABILITY

New York Times, Sunday, October 23, 1966

Author:
Jack Luzzatto
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 130, Blocks: 64, Avg Word Len: 5.80, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 551 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 128, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 9, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 26
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,280
Across
1. Man at Le Mans. : RACER
6. Moor in a murder story. : OTHELLO
13. Any old iron. : SCRAP
18. G. Washington's wig. : PERUKE
19. "___ of the Crowd." : THEROAR
20. Deplorable. : TOOBAD
22. "A penny saved ___." : ISAPENNYEARNED
24. Omitting nothing. : ENTIRE
25. Chem room. : LAB
26. Quit! : STOPIT
27. Finds what one can. : GLEANS
29. Cold. : RAW
30. Is poorly. : AILS
32. Mortgage. : LIEN
33. Italian police officer. : SBIRRO
34. Po tributary. : ADDA
35. Swindles. : FLEECES
37. Filches. : STEALS
38. Child. : SCION
39. Instance. : CASE
40. Evening: It. : SERA
41. Malleable subordinate. : YESMAN
43. Raffias. : PALMS
45. Town in Texas. : MENARD
47. Must. : NEEDTO
49. Get control of: Colloq. : SEWUP
50. Areas of electrical devices. : HOTSIDES
52. Sans caution. : RASHLY
54. No hero, but very welcome. : PRODIGALSON
56. One bound to succeed. : COMER
58. Tokyo before 1868. : EDO
59. Green land. : EIRE
60. Colonial aphorist (see 22 Across). : BENFRANKLIN
62. Literary light: Abbr. : SHAK
63. Olden days. : ELD
64. Movie figure. : OSCAR
65. Spanish sword. : TOLEDOBLADE
67. Disconnect. : DETACH
69. Large cigars of superior quality. : REGALIAS
71. Indian titles. : RANAS
72. Canine's need. : DOGTAG
74. Units of work. : ERGONS
75. Dressed and matched, as wood: Abbr. : DANDM
76. Fish nets. : TRAWLS
78. Word game: Abbr. : ANAG
79. Bluenose. : PRIG
80. Merman. : ETHEL
82. Surveyor's theodolite. : ALIDAD
84. Certain ends. : LINEMEN
88. Pronoun: Poet. : THEE
89. Believe. : CREDIT
90. Musical sign. : CLEF
92. "The king can ___ wrong." : DONO
93. Way of doing. : HOW
94. The ribber's weapon. : NEEDLE
95. Public faces. : FRONTS
97. Baron Boyd ___. : ORR
98. One of the Wylies. : ELINOR
100. "As the ___ heaven . . . " : GENTLERAINFROM
103. Haunt. : RESORT
104. Platform. : ESTRADE
105. Fond touch. : CARESS
106. Bundles (off). : SENDS
107. The Canaanite. : STSIMON
108. Poem. : EPODE
Down
1. Return by ship. : RESAIL
2. Farmable. : ARABLE
3. Trophy. : CUP
4. Pieces (out). : EKES
5. Untenanted. : RENTLESS
6. Kind of star. : OTYPE
7. Caffein. : THEIN
8. Type of wave. : HEAT
9. Misfigure. : ERR
10. Patriarch. : LONGBEARD
11. Pink orchid. : LAELIA
12. Well planned. : ORDERLY
13. Fast writer. : STENO
14. Peruses. : CONS
15. Twaddle. : ROT
16. Small asset, but safe. : ABIRDINTHEHAND
17. Boastful air, old style. : PARADO
18. Oriental dish. : PILAF
21. Official, in India. : DEWAN
23. Static. : NOISE
28. Poison, in combinations. : ARSEN
31. Sequester. : SECLUDE
33. Find something hard to believe. : STRAINATAGNAT
34. Schools: Abbr. : ACADS
36. Grounds. : CAMPI
37. Responder to stimuli. : SENSOR
38. Denigrate. : SMEAR
40. Liberates. : SETSFREE
42. Night watchman: Sp. : SERENO
43. In jeopardy. : PERILED
44. It's sufficient. : AWORDTOTHEWISE
45. Playwright of "Liliom." : MOLNAR
46. Edging paper unevenly. : DECKLING
48. Man unregenerate. : OLDADAM
49. Expedition. : SPEED
50. This: Lat. : HAEC
51. Church choir platforms. : SOLEAS
53. Dress parts. : YOKES
55. Irish wit. : GBSHAW
57. Sailors, for short. : MIDS
61. Stock market term. : NOLOAD
62. Talked, in a way. : SLANGED
64. Of eight. : OCTAL
66. Computer. : BRAIN
68. Harmonize. : AGREE
70. Road inclines. : GRADIENTS
73. Blaze. : GLARE
75. Broken floes. : DRIFTICE
77. Hammers. : SLEDGES
79. Full assemblies. : PLENA
80. Clear sky. : ETHER
81. Oar pins. : THOLES
83. Most useless. : IDLEST
85. Anchored. : MOORED
86. "La Vie ___." : ENROSE
87. Standards. : NORMS
89. Docs. : CERTS
90. Set of beliefs. : CREDO
91. Notable Neapolitan. : LOREN
94. Gare du ___. : NORD
95. Humbug. : FLAM
96. Pep and vigor. : SNAP
99. ___ seq. : NON
101. Three: Prefix. : TRI
102. To and ___. : FRO

Answer summary: 13 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 15 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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