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New York Times, Friday, November 22, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 90, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,069
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1. Male deer. : ROEBUCK
8. Lays waste. : RAVAGES
15. System for acquiring knowledge. : ORGANON
16. Unyielding. : ADAMANT
17. Supplies and gear. : BAGGAGE
18. Imprisonment. : DURANCE
19. Cetyl alcohol. : ETHAL
20. Poetess Dickinson. : EMILY
22. Beetle. : DOR
23. Fish delicacies. : ROES
24. Plaintive cry. : BLEAT
25. Ornamental plant. : FERN
26. ___-la. : TRA
27. Besieged. : BESET
28. Bakes in a kiln. : FIRES
29. Capital of New South Wales. : SYDNEY
31. Describing Ilium's towers. : TOPLESS
33. Troubles. : ILLS
35. Precipitation. : RAIN
36. Rust-preventive. : REDLEAD
39. Take into the army. : INDUCT
43. Show. : REVUE
44. Depended upon. : LEANT
46. Broadcast. : SOW
47. The birds. : AVES
48. Trite. : STALE
49. Regulation. : RULE
50. Honor card, in bridge. : TEN
51. Useful. : UTILE
52. Mrs. Mesta. : PERLE
53. Grand ___, villa at Versailles. : TRIANON
55. Rampart. : PARAPET
57. Imparting. : LENDING
58. One enjoying another's patronage. : PROTEGE
59. Worker, as an ant or bee. : ERGATES
60. Giver of commands. : ORDERER
1. Thomas Heggen's hero. : ROBERTS
2. Cicero's skill. : ORATORY
3. Relative of a "longhair," : EGGHEAD
4. Rutabagas, for short. : BAGAS
5. Single, not dual. : UNAL
6. Toothed wheel. : COG
7. Genuflects. : KNEELS
8. Heating device. : RADIATOR
9. ___ Western. : ADULT
10. Be changeful. : VARY
11. Medical group. : AMA
12. Male geese. : GANDERS
13. Repeated offerings. : ENCORES
14. Ship ends. : STERNS
21. Proper. : MEET
24. Stendhal was his pseudonym. : BEYLE
25. Devil. : FIEND
27. Very attractive girl. : BELLE
28. Captain ___, Long John Silver's parrot. : FLINT
30. Nest. : NIDUS
32. Author of "The Age of Reason." : PAINE
34. Sea flooded lands. : SALTINGS
36. Solemn respecter. : REVERER
37. Dusk. : EVENING
38. Do business. : DEAL
40. Unlawful seizer. : USURPER
41. Goal of many young Americans. : COLLEGE
42. Kind of hi-fi speaker. : TWEETER
43. Disconcert: Colloq. : RATTLE
45. City in Syria. : ALEPPO
48. Fourteen pounds. : STONE
49. Ancient Sabine capital. : REATE
51. One thing. : UNIT
52. Goad. : PROD
54. Political group. : ADA
56. Orchestrate: Abbr. : ARR

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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