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New York Times, Tuesday, November 24, 1959

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Measuring tools. : BEVELS
7. Stockyard animals. : BEEVES
13. Mt. Vernon overlooks it. : POTOMAC
14. Arleigh A. Burke. : ADMIRAL
16. One ___. : ATATIME
17. Crocodile river. : LIMPOPO
18. Gentleman's gentleman. : VALET
19. Equine name. : NELLY
21. Cautionary road sign. : SLO
22. Name in Arthurian legend. : ENID
23. Homeric enchantress. : CIRCE
24. Associate of T. R. : RIIS
25. Umbrella part. : RIB
26. Sung. : VOCAL
27. River of Burgundy. : SAONE
28. Great name in ancient Rome. : SCIPIO
30. Detour features. : TURNINGS
32. Droop. : LOLL
34. Well: Fr. : BIEN
35. Throws back. : REPULSES
39. Refrigerant. : DRYICE
43. Spanish Helen. : ELENA
44. Hauled: Colloq. : TOTED
46. ___ Rundstedt. : VON
47. Fill cracks. : CALK
48. Exhalation. : VAPOR
49. Thomas Wolfe hero. : GANT
50. French friend. : AMI
51. ___ Craig, Scottish island. : AILSA
52. Goodness: Fr. : BONTE
53. Creator of "Guernica." : PICASSO
55. Union chief. : REUTHER
57. Witness in the TV quiz inquiry. : STANTON
58. Leaves high and dry. : MAROONS
59. Complete. : ENTIRE
60. Basked. : SUNNED
Down
1. ___ garden. : BOTANIC
2. And everywhere, for long. : ETALIBI
3. Decided democratically. : VOTED
4. Exude. : EMIT
5. Flee the dragnet. : LAM
6. Picturesque. : SCENIC
7. Sports group. : BALLCLUB
8. Roman official. : EDILE
9. TV award. : EMMY
10. Guest of honor: Colloq. : VIP
11. Object of conservationists' concern. : EROSION
12. Between acorn and oak. : SAPLING
13. Highway workers. : PAVERS
15. Unties. : LOOSES
20. Part of Q. E. D. : ERAT
23. ___ off (calms down). : COOLS
24. Describing monsoon weather. : RAINY
26. Quartet instrument. : VIOLA
27. Bergen puppet. : SNERD
29. Twanging sound. : PLUNK
31. Horseman. : RIDER
33. Much less. : LETALONE
35. Tires, second-hand. : RECAPS
36. Ancient Peruvian. : ELAMITE
37. Louisiana's bird. : PELICAN
38. Bribes. : SOPS
40. Rowena's husband. : IVANHOE
41. Dispute. : CONTEND
42. Matriculates. : ENTERS
45. Battle cry. : TOARMS
48. Cap part. : VISOR
49. Was compatible. : GOTON
51. Italian wine center. : ASTI
52. Flame. : BURN
54. Pismire. : ANT
56. ___ Claire, Wisconsin city. : EAU

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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