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New York Times, Thursday, November 26, 1964

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.77, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 325 (avg 1.75)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,597
Across
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Laughable. : COMIC
6
Where Lucerne is: Abbr. : SWTZ
10
Eastern chiefs. : AGAS
14
___ things! : OFALL
15
Engine sound, in part. : CHOO
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Bivouac. : CAMP
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Kind of tape. : VIDEO
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Something to light the way. : RAYOFHOPE
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Summer in the Midi. : ETE
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Familiar talks. : CHATS
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Flanders city. : LILLE
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Whistling exclamations. : PHEWS
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Beauty shop extra. : RINSE
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Hopeful prospect. : SILVERLINING
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Revise. : EDIT
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Noted cartoonist. : NAST
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Paw's partner. : MAW
35
Is successful. : GOESFAR
39
Circus rallying cry. : HEYRUBE
41
___ Glory. : OLD
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School event. : EXAM
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River to the North Sea. : ELBE
45
Solace. : BALMOFGILEAD
49
Rowboat item. : THOLE
51
Poor. : NEEDY
52
Common contraction. : ARENT
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Brown. : TAWNY
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On the way. : OFF
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Way to serve eggs (with "up"). : SUNNYSIDE
59
Bibliothèque item. : LIVRE
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Concerning. : INRE
62
Etats ___. : UNIS
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Army man: Abbr. : LIEUT
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Variety act. : SKIT
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Agreement. : PACT
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Burn. : SINGE
Down
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Snug harbor. : COVE
2
"But yet the pity ___ ... " : OFIT
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Successful. : MADE
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Oléron, for one. : ILE
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Chapeau. : CLOCHE
6
Write, in a way. : SCRAWL
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"___ a name?" : WHATSIN
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Nursery items. : TOYS
9
Tiergarten. : ZOO
10
Feeling compassion. : ACHING
11
Old Bailey and others. : GAOLS
12
Abundant. : AMPLE
13
Graf ___. : SPEE
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Hard. : FLINTY
22
Pronoun. : HER
24
Certain G.I.'s. : PVTS
25
Become successful. : RISE
26
Trumpet-shaped flower. : SEGO
27
Object of reverence. : IDOL
28
German song. : LIED
29
Slangy negative. : NAH
32
Familiar mascot. : MULE
33
Rhyme scheme. : ABBA
34
Tobacco: Colloq. : WEED
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Faithfulness. : FEALTY
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Automotive part. : AXLE
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Member of the flock. : RAM
40
Count (on). : RELY
43
Atomistic. : MONADIC
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See 5 Down. : BONNET
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Least. : FEWEST
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Relative of 63 Across. : GEN
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Eclogues. : IDYLLS
49
Proboscis. : TRUNK
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One of Spaak's names. : HENRI
52
Unchanged. : ASIS
53
Short for a girl's name. : TINA
54
Cook's concern. : OVEN
55
Dance, current style. : FRUG
56
Party. : FETE
58
Have a meal. : SUP
60
Scoreboard trio. : III

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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