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New York Times, Monday, November 2, 1959

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,762
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1. Disturbance. : STORM
6. Transplanted shoot. : GRAFT
11. Clawed foot. : PAW
14. House on a height. : AERIE
15. English truck. : LORRY
16. Continent: Abbr. : AFR
17. Riotous tumult. : PANDEMONIUM
19. Never: Ger. : NIE
20. Pestiferous insect: Colloq. : SKEETER
21. Predecessors of paper cups. : DIPPERS
23. Fabric. : SATIN
25. Object of criticism, ridicule, etc. : TARGET
26. Pharmaceutical soap. : SAPO
29. High: Fr. : HAUT
31. Napoleon's marshal. : NEY
32. Emotional shock. : TRAUMA
34. Word in a divorce decree. : NISI
36. Category in baseball statistics. : RBI
39. Temporarily in possession. : RENTING
41. Organization for religious work. : MISSION
43. Predecessor of Sun. : SAT
44. Wrinkle. : SEAM
46. Bulls' or bears' concern. : STOCKS
47. Yellow Hawaiian birds. : OOS
49. Lithuanian. : BALT
51. Helper: Abbr. : ASST
52. Fragrant gumlike compound: Comb. form. : CAMPHO
55. Weather aircraft. : BLIMP
57. Roil. : AGITATE
59. Poetic garlands. : ANADEMS
63. Hebrew letter. : MEM
64. Inclusive of a hemisphere. : PANAMERICAN
66. One: Fr. : UNE
67. Heath plant. : ERICA
68. "For want of ___ the horse was lost." : ASHOE
69. Bond and Wall: Abbr. : STS
70. Certain works of art. : NUDES
71. Demonstrative pronoun. : THOSE
1. Weakens. : SAPS
2. Timber tree. : TEAK
3. Department of France. : ORNE
4. Weathers the 1 Across. : RIDESOUT
5. "Gin a body ___ body . . . " : MEETA
6. Sic transit ___ mundi. : GLORIA
7. Man's nickname. : RON
8. Uninteresting. : ARID
9. Date. : FRUIT
10. Percussion instrumentalist. : TYMPANIST
11. Eulogies. : PANEGYRICS
12. Ardent. : AFIRE
13. Take by force. : WREST
18. Marsh gas. : METHANE
22. Common prefix. : PRE
24. Cistercian, for example. : NUN
26. Liners: Abbr. : STRS
27. Location. : AREA
28. Christmas entertainments, in England. : PANTOMIMES
30. Dickens character. : TIM
33. Warped. : MISSHAPEN
35. Famous chapel. : SISTINE
37. Notabler editor and family. : BOKS
38. Of the current month: Abbr. : INST
40. Chatter. : GAB
42. Household accessory. : SOAPDISH
45. Subject of Mercutio's famous speech. : MAB
48. Choose. : OPT
50. Vicuñas' relatives. : LLAMAS
52. Modern French author. : CAMUS
53. Road (highwayman). : AGENT
54. City of Hokkaido. : OTARU
56. Corday's victim. : MARAT
58. Arthurian patient wife. : ENID
60. Soft repetition, in music. : ECHO
61. Peacocks, in Kipling tales. : MAOS
62. Koko's weapon. : SNEE
65. King's topper. : ACE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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