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New York Times, Tuesday, November 10, 1959

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { F J K Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,770
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1. Elegance. : POLISH
7. Impressive entrance. : PORTAL
13. Color of the fuchsia. : MAGENTA
14. Operate a jet. : AVIATE
15. Fraud, in maritime law. : BARRATRY
16. ___ and spinach (humbug). : GAMMON
17. Stake. : ANTE
18. Pertaining to ethnic groups. : RACIAL
20. Collection of notes. : ANA
21. Girl's nickname. : NAN
22. Paved area of an airfield. : APRON
23. Sarcastic remark. : SLAP
24. Deputy. : AGENT
27. Relative of a divot. : SOD
28. Ancient pillar. : STELE
29. Sea nymph. : NEREID
31. Full of substance. : PITHY
33. Type of storage place. : ARSENAL
35. Girl with fascination. : CHARMER
39. Resign. : DEMIT
41. American League player. : ORIOLE
42. Gem stones. : OPALS
45. American humorist. : NYE
47. Discussion group. : PANEL
48. Lead a nomadic life. : ROVE
49. Father of modern science fiction. : VERNE
51. Eggs: Lat. : OVA
52. Corroded. : ATE
53. Home of Princess Grace. : MONACO
54. Printer's instruction. : STET
55. Three rhyming lines. : TERCET
57. Tip on rocketry. : NOSECONE
59. Sword-shaped, in botany. : ENSATE
60. Sea gods of Greek myth. : TRITONS
61. Cooked, as prunes. : STEWED
62. Legislative body. : SENATE
1. Colleagues. : PARTNERS
2. Folklore cannibal. : OGRE
3. Mead. : LEA
4. Within: Prefix. : INTRA
5. Fastens with thongs. : STRAPS
6. Field yield. : HAYCROP
7. Heathen. : PAGAN
8. Rounded shape. : OVAL
9. Margin. : RIM
10. Minced meat dish. : TAMALE
11. Describing certain music. : ATONAL
12. Early Delaware Indian. : LENAPE
13. Executive. : MANAGER
15. Plantain. : BANANA
19. Containing a certain antiseptic. : IODIC
23. Province of Austria. : STYRIA
25. Obelisk. : NEEDLE
26. Prongs. : TINES
28. Music symbol. : SHARP
30. Boulder or Grand Coulee. : DAM
32. Even if, for short. : THO
34. Fabric. : LINEN
36. Specialty of "Johnny One-Note." : MONOTONE
37. Ivy League teams. : ELEVENS
38. Have some connection (to). : RELATE
40. Philip of Macedon and Periander of Corinth. : TYRANTS
42. Makes a formal speech. : ORATES
43. Effective. : POTENT
44. Unwilling. : AVERSE
46. Again! : ENCORE
49. Said aye or nay. : VOTED
50. Red dye. : EOSIN
53. Apportion (with "out"). : METE
54. John Paul Jones was one, by birth. : SCOT
56. Bird's cry. : CAW
58. Greek letter. : ETA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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