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New York Times, Tuesday, November 23, 1965

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 269 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Lost one's temper: Colloq. : BLEWUP
7. Arrived: Slang. : BLEWIN
13. Weather conditions. : CLIMATE
14. Rosie, for one. : RIVETER
16. Hero of a Farrell trilogy. : LONIGAN
17. Mean. : AVERAGE
18. Pitcher. : EWER
19. Depend (on). : HINGE
21. Girl's name. : ELLA
22. ___ yong, Chinese dish. : FOO
23. Useful boat. : TUG
24. Comparative ending. : IER
25. Large containers. : TUNS
27. Thick. : DENSE
29. Boots for lumbermen. : PACS
30. Certain members of the family. : STEPSONS
32. Fish. : GRUNT
34. Chloe or Polly. : AUNT
35. Bread, in Berlin. : BROT
36. Site of a European spa. : BADEN
38. Ceased to be talked about. : BLEWOVER
42. His ___, oldtime VIP. : NIBS
43. Portion out. : ALLOT
45. Nine, in Genoa. : NOVE
46. River into the Volga. : OKA
47. Moo. : LOW
48. Tennis term. : LET
49. Deck post for nautical ropes. : BITT
51. Carpenter's machine. : LATHE
53. Angler's concern. : LURE
54. Meantime. : INTERIM
56. Indeclinable nouns. : APTOTES
58. "To be or not to be," for example. : DILEMMA
59. Adjective for one end of the spectrum. : REDDEST
60. Feels intuitively. : SENSES
61. Stop. : DESIST
Down
1. Extinguish. : BLOWOUT
2. Start of a typewritten page. : LINEONE
3. Eastern title. : EMIR
4. Funny fellow. : WAG
5. State. : UTAH
6. Contrite. : PENITENT
7. Father and son Nobelists in Physics, 1915. : BRAGGS
8. Not recorded or filmed. : LIVE
9. On the ___ of (on the brink of) : EVE
10. Used to be. : WERE
11. Nationality. : ITALIAN
12. Disregard. : NEGLECT
13. Crevices. : CLEFTS
15. Brings up. : REARS
20. Cloistered ones. : NUNS
26. Miner's nails. : SPADS
27. Feminine title. : DONNA
28. Plumed bird. : EGRET
29. Stage (a play). : PUTON
31. Petition. : SUE
33. Go boating. : ROW
35. Braggart: Slang. : BLOWHARD
36. Beach garb. : BIKINIS
37. What Tweedledum and Tweedledee agreed to have. : ABATTLE
38. Unsightly thing. : BLOT
39. Spiral conformations. : VOLUTES
40. Challenge to climbers. : EVEREST
41. Do a chemist's job. : RETEST
42. Bridge term. : NOBID
44. Beasts of burden. : LLAMAS
50. Suffix on numbers. : TEEN
51. Fruit tree. : LIME
52. Fencing weapon. : EPEE
53. Lombardy city. : LODI
55. Abbreviation seen in the ads. : RMS
57. Scores in a game. : TDS

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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