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New York Times, Tuesday, November 19, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,066
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1. Plural pronoun. : THOSE
6. Early Christian martyr. : SEBASTIAN
15. Kind of type. : ROMAN
16. Without accompaniment, as choral singing. : ACAPPELLA
17. Cognizant. : AWARE
18. Titled ladies of Italy. : CONTESSAS
19. Section of Istanbul. : PERA
20. 1150. : MCL
21. Fail to harmonize. : CLASH
22. Nickname for a queen. : CLEO
24. ___ Morgana. : FATA
26. Sedative drug. : CODEIN
29. Gobelin. : TAPESTRY
33. Karnak's are famous. : RUINS
34. Basketball player. : CAGER
35. Brazilian capital. : RIO
36. Siamese coins. : ATTS
37. European capital. : PARIS
38. Bird call. : HONK
39. Encountered. : MET
40. Any law or decree. : CANON
41. Thicket. : COPSE
42. Legal procedures. : PROBATES
44. Fracases. : MELEES
45. Town in Utah, Sen. Watkins' home. : OREM
46. End of a loaf of bread. : HEEL
47. Actress Eva. : GABOR
50. Principle. : LAW
51. Empty. : IDLE
55. Citizen of Salem. : OREGONIAN
58. Exactly as one would desire. : IDEAL
59. London and Singher. : BARITONES
60. Cuban Indian. : CARIB
61. Having made no will. : INTESTATE
62. Wolflike animal. : HYENA
1. Light, two-wheeled carriage. : TRAP
2. British general of 1775. : HOWE
3. Oriental name. : OMAR
4. Moslems. : SARACENS
5. Compass point. : ENE
6. Nicola of 1921 trial. : SACCO
7. Branch of biology: Abbr. : ECOL
8. Forbid. : BAN
9. Relevant. : APT
10. Apparition. : SPECTER
11. Inventor Nikola and family. : TESLAS
12. German girl's name. : ILSA
13. Ah me! : ALAS
14. Poet and panelist. : NASH
20. Brothers. : MEN
23. Heraldic flower. : LIS
24. Dickens character. : FAGIN
25. Jungle beasts. : APES
26. Restrict. : CRAMP
27. External. : OUTER
28. Same. : DITTO
29. Starchy roots. : TAROS
30. Figure of speech. : TROPE
31. Wash out. : RINSE
32. Joins together. : YOKES
34. Cave ___ (beware the dog): Lat. : CANEM
37. Head. : PATE
38. "Bells Are Ringing" star. : HOLLIDAY
40. Vegetables. : CARROTS
41. Letter. : CEE
43. Modern music. : BOOGIE
44. Sea gull. : MEW
46. Medieval guild. : HANSE
47. Asian waste. : GOBI
48. Galway Bay islands. : ARAN
49. Actor Parks. : BERT
50. Kentish freedman. : LAET
52. "___ Mable," 1918 best seller. : DERE
53. Reposed. : LAIN
54. Napoleonic abode. : ELBA
56. Negative. : NOT
57. Dog ___ manger. : INA
58. German pronoun. : ICH

Answer summary: 7 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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