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New York Times, Tuesday, October 25, 1955

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,310
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1. Second year of King John's reign. : MCCI
5. Cautious. : CHARY
10. Incite. : ABET
14. A long, long time. : AEON
15. Accumulated, as a bill. : RANUP
16. Messenger. : PAGE
17. Massachusetts port. : GLOUCESTER
19. Crude castings. : PIGS
20. Cross. : ILLTEMPERED
22. Abraham's nephew. : LOT
23. Suffix in chemistry. : IDE
24. Recent Mary Martin role. : SABINA
26. Swiss city. : BASLE
29. Catchall abbreviation. : ETC
32. Intimidate. : COW
33. Entr'___. : ACTE
34. Native of one of two states. : CAROLINIAN
38. Happen. : ARE
39. City in Oregon. : ASTORIA
40. World War II theatre. : CBI
41. Crimean seaport. : SEVASTOPOL
43. Rind. : SKIN
44. Sovereign: Abbr. : EMP
45. Game appurtenance. : NET
46. Bewildered: Colloq. : ATSEA
47. French painter. : RENOIR
50. Biblical name. : ELI
51. Sixths of an inch. : EMS
52. Sympathize with. : COMMISERATE
59. ___ Ben Adhem. : ABOU
61. Drugstore employe. : COUNTERMAN
62. Lairs. : DENS
63. Simple game with a ball. : CATCH
64. River of Spain. : EBRO
65. Gaelic. : ERSE
66. Rare birds. : ONERS
67. Tutors at Oxford or Cambridge. : DONS
1. Priestly caste of ancient Persia. : MAGI
2. One kind of government accommodation. : CELL
3. Bopster's word of praise. : COOL
4. Unprofitable. : INUTILE
5. ___ de menthe. : CREME
6. Fastening. : HASP
7. Stake. : ANTE
8. Regretful one. : RUER
9. "Wipers," to the doughboys. : YPRES
10. Supplement: Abbr. : APP
11. Special provinces. : BAILIWICKS
12. Incite. : EGGON
13. Seed covering. : TESTA
18. Grant. : CEDE
21. Ancient Roman province. : DACIA
25. ___ marché (bargain): Fr. : BON
26. Lamb's utterance. : BAAS
27. Plot of land. : ACRE
28. Family of Cleveland's second-term V. P. : STEVENSONS
29. Authoress Evelyn. : EATON
30. Figurative language in general. : TROPE
31. French painter. : COROT
34. Chicago timetable abbreviation. : CST
35. "Diamond ___." : LIL
36. Rose's long-run husband. : ABIE
37. Famous caravel. : NINA
39. Summer relish. : ASPIC
42. Latin classroom conversation. : AMO
43. Provoked (with "up"). : STIRRED
46. Nautical term. : ALEE
47. English novelist. : READE
48. Glowing coal. : EMBER
49. Mr. Graziano. : ROCCO
50. Balts. : ESTHS
53. Complain about. : MOAN
54. Not pronounced, in linguistics. : MUTE
55. Raise: Abbr. : INCR
56. Old-time pulpit. : AMBO
57. Relative of a loch. : TARN
58. He lived 905 years. : ENOS
60. Purpose. : USE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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