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New York Times, Monday, November 19, 1956

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { F J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
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© 1956, The New York TimesNo. 2,701
Across Down
1. Beasts of burden. : CAMELS
7. User of a famous pseudonym. : CLEMENS
14. Pennsylvania, for example. : AVENUE
15. Dreamy thinking. : REVERIE
16. Where Dakar is. : SENEGAL
18. World power. : AMERICA
19. Craft. : ART
20. Mr. Lincoln's secretary of war. : STANTON
22. ___ dance. : TAP
23. Night crawlers. : BAIT
25. Celebrated cleric. : SHEEN
26. Indian from Manitoba. : CREE
27. Where Solon shopped. : AGORA
29. Experienced. : OLD
30. Recently laundered. : CLEAN
31. American League team. : SENATORS
33. Famous nom de plume. : ELIA
34. Twining stem. : BINE
35. Fur-bearing animal: Colloq. : COON
36. Rue ___ Concorde. : DELA
37. Far East metropolis. : HONGKONG
41. Garment. : SHIRT
43. Shallow. : LOW
44. Cut. : SEVER
45. Basis for a civil action in court. : TORT
46. Siouan Indians. : IOWAS
48. ___ Park, in Queens, N. Y. C. : REGO
49. Leather. : ELK
50. Reverses the position of. : INVERTS
52. Weather word. : RAW
53. Causing laughter. : RISIBLE
55. Command expressly. : DICTATE
57. More indigent. : NEEDIER
58. Stadium enthusiast. : ROOTER
59. Adm. King and others. : ERNESTS
60. Chargers. : STEEDS
1. Muskmelons. : CASABAS
2. Mean. : AVERAGE
3. Refer to. : MENTION
4. Compass point. : ENE
5. Drags. : LUGS
6. Benches. : SEATS
7. Put in a container. : CRATED
8. Candy flavor. : LEMON
9. Uniform. : EVEN
10. Body of water: Fr. : MER
11. Country now part of Ethiopia. : ERITREA
12. Where the Nicene Creed was formulated. : NICAEA
13. Feather-shaped polyp. : SEAPEN
17. Pakistan metropolis. : LAHORE
21. Scandinavian proper name. : NELS
24. Prominent tennis player. : TRABERT
26. One of Edgar Bergen's aides. : CLINKER
28. At a slant. : ATILT
30. Heavy shoes. : CLOGS
32. "Come ___ My House." : ONA
33. Very long time. : EON
35. Contemporary dramatist. : COWARD
36. Sen. Douglas' colleague. : DIRKSEN
37. Commentator Quincy. : HOWE
38. Had too many helpings. : OVERATE
39. Nullified. : NEGATED
40. Agriculturists. : GROWERS
41. British author and clergyman. : STERNE
42. More devout. : HOLIER
43. "Hello, Young ___." : LOVERS
46. Entrance. : INLET
47. Jogs. : STIRS
50. Wading bird. : IBIS
51. Person from Peeblesshire. : SCOT
54. Cyprinoid fish. : IDE
56. ___ dance. : TOE

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