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New York Times, Friday, November 24, 1967

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 344 (avg 1.83)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,677
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1. Mexican drug-producing plant. : JALAP
6. Dole (out). : METE
10. Nota ___. : BENE
14. Practice. : USAGE
15. Popular color. : AQUA
16. Letters. : EXES
17. Commercial quantity. : DOZEN
18. Forage plant from India. : GUAR
19. Get as a return. : REAP
20. Noun ending. : ERY
21. Rum concoction. : TOMANDJERRY
24. Founder of pointillism. : SEURAT
26. Oodles. : RAFTS
27. Drinks noisily: Slang. : SLURPS
29. Inference. : EDUCT
31. City of Rumania. : IASI
32. ___ a dozen. : ADIME
33. Prosperous. : FAT
36. Later. : BYANDBY
39. Part of a river. : ESTUARY
41. ___ Pedro. : SAN
42. Henhouse. : ROOST
44. Comfortably ensconced. : SNUG
45. Said, of old. : QUOTH
46. Constructs. : ERECTS
48. Piece. : CHUNK
50. One-arm joint. : EATERY
52. Fishing expert. : IZAAKWALTON
54. Jones's partner. : DOW
57. Receptionist's place. : DESK
58. Mexican stewpot. : OLLA
59. Duke of Moscow, 1329–41. : IVANI
61. Entr'___. : ACTE
62. Abadan coin. : RIAL
63. Dead duck. : GONER
64. Discard. : SHED
65. Timid ones. : MICE
66. Impudent. : SASSY
1. Hardy hero. : JUDE
2. Hebrew lyre. : ASOR
3. Revolving device. : LAZYSUSAN
4. Thirty, for one. : AGE
5. Confined. : PENTUP
6. Molten rock. : MAGMA
7. Made comparable. : EQUATED
8. Sir, in Malaya. : TUAN
9. Tympanic membranes. : EARDRUMS
10. Dispossessed. : BEREFT
11. Bring to bear. : EXERT
12. Comes close. : NEARS
13. Distinguish. : ESPY
22. Noun endings. : ORS
23. Hic ___ (here lies): Lat. : JACET
25. The Ould Sod. : ERIN
27. Kinsmen. : SIBS
28. ___ course for. : LAYA
30. Food list. : DIET
32. ___ St. Lawrence, GBS home. : AYOT
33. Clever boxers: Slang. : FANCYDANS
34. In ___ (routinized). : ARUT
35. Drinking vessels, of old. : TYGS
37. In one's cups. : DRUNK
38. Scholarly one. : BOOKWORM
40. Customer. : USER
43. Resin. : SHELLAC
45. Shuddered. : QUAKED
46. W. W. II initials. : ETO
47. Errs at bridge: Colloq. : RENIGS
48. European. : CZECH
49. Expedition. : HASTE
51. "Thereby hangs ___." : ATALE
52. Castor's killer. : IDAS
53. Et ___. : ALII
55. Pronoun. : ONES
56. Sinewy. : WIRY
60. Part of USIA's mission. : VOA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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