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New York Times, Monday, November 10, 1969

Author: Unknown
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
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© 1969, The New York TimesNo. 7,394
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1. Continue. : LAST
5. Pond sound. : CROAK
10. Does arithmetic. : ADDS
14. Choral voice. : ALTO
15. Capitol Hill unit. : HOUSE
16. Bargain. : DEAL
17. Gulf of South China Sea. : SIAM
18. Consumed. : EATEN
19. "To ___ and to Hold." : HAVE
20. Some oarsmen. : STROKES
22. Vexed. : ANGERED
24. Relax. : REST
25. Attention. : EAR
26. Light Brigade's forte. : CHARGE
29. Pounded. : BATTERED
34. Flying prefix. : AERO
35. Tree animals. : SLOTHS
37. Poetic word. : ERE
38. Calamity. : BLOW
39. Fuss. : ADO
40. Become blocked : CLOT
41. First word of a Hugo title. : LES
42. Believe. : ACCEPT
45. Pelt. : HIDE
46. Atomic and solar. : ENERGIES
48. Furnace. : HEATER
50. Vast age. : EON
51. Swiss city. : BERN
52. Outlying areas. : FRINGES
56. Sincere. : EARNEST
60. Actor Alan. : LADD
61. French Revolution name. : MARAT
63. " . . . well, hardly ___." : EVER
64. Up to. : ABLE
65. Organic compound. : AMIDE
66. City in Ohio. : LIMA
67. Wharf. : PIER
68. Woodland deity. : SATYR
69. Lapse. : SLIP
1. Comely one. : LASS
2. Settled. : ALIT
3. Hollywood V.I.P. : STAR
4. Procrastinator's day. : TOMORROW
5. Curd products. : CHEESES
6. Criticize: Colloq. : ROAST
7. Umpire's cry. : OUT
8. Sailing. : ASEA
9. John ___ Galbraith. : KENNETH
10. Stick. : ADHERE
11. Costly. : DEAR
12. Garroway. : DAVE
13. Vehicle. : SLED
21. Small cask. : KEG
23. Pistols: Slang. : GATS
26. Heavy rope. : CABLE
27. Famous abductee. : HELEN
28. Revolted. : AROSE
29. Foreshadows. : BODES
30. Crowning. : ATOP
31. Kindled again. : RELIT
32. Impair. : ERODE
33. Discourage. : DETER
36. Trimming. : LACE
40. Harbor features. : CHANNELS
42. Excited. : AGOG
43. Movies. : CINEMAS
44. Newspaper section. : THEATER
47. Hand down. : RENDER
49. Blunder. : ERR
51. Like snakes' eyes. : BEADY
52. Lappet. : FLAP
53. Atomic physicist. : RABI
54. Inactive. : IDLE
55. Muttonfish. : SAMA
57. Injurious. : EVIL
58. Type of trailer, for short. : SEMI
59. Enmesh. : TRAP
62. Slackening: Music abbr. : RIT

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