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New York Times, Wednesday, November 27, 1963

Author: Helen Fasulo
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 302 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,232
Across Down
1. Finney, for one. : ACTOR
6. ___ on the landscape. : BLOT
10. Atmospheric condition. : SMOG
14. Big game animal. : MOOSE
15. Knitter's concern. : ROWS
16. Knight of the road. : HOBO
17. Egg-shaped. : OVOID
18. Boniface. : INNKEEPER
20. Chosen. : SELECTED
22. Verdun's river. : MEUSE
23. Bird's crop. : CRAW
24. Transported by rail. : SHIPPED
26. Sound of surprise. : OCH
28. Correspondent's item. : POSTCARD
31. Girls whose names mean "life." : ZOES
33. Dutch painter. : STEEN
34. Numerical prefix. : OCTA
38. Nearly: Colloq. : MOST
39. Long-armed ape. : ORANG
40. Frenchman. : GAUL
41. Concerning. : ASTO
42. Morning phenomena. : MISTS
43. Petty dispute. : SPAT
44. ___ eight. : PIECESOF
47. Compass reading. : ENE
48. "___ Chord." : THELOST
51. Extinct wild ox. : URUS
53. Kindled anew. : RELIT
54. Divans. : OTTOMANS
58. Two of a Kipling trio. : ARAGABONE
61. Country of Asia. : TIBET
62. Byway. : PATH
63. Statuesque. : TALL
64. Confection of honey and sesame seed. : HALVA
65. Let it stand. : STET
66. Scottish terrier. : SKYE
67. Form of trapshooting. : SKEET
1. Burke of "Burke's Law." : AMOS
2. Chap, in Britain. : COVE
3. Do-it-yourself kit. : TOOLCHEST
4. American dogwood. : OSIER
5. Porter. : REDCAP
6. Kind of cheese. : BRIE
7. Capital city: Abbr. : LOND
8. Recognize. : OWN
9. Tongue-clucking sound. : TSK
10. Collies. : SHEEPDOGS
11. Finish: Colloq. : MOPUP
12. Plump plus. : OBESE
13. Having flaring panels. : GORED
19. Desert prince. : EMIR
21. Certain golfers. : TWOSOMES
24. Lilac and lavender. : SCENTS
25. Frequents: Colloq. : HANGSOUT
26. Juvenile heroine. : OZMA
27. Cote sounds. : COOS
29. Mid-Victorian. : STRICT
30. Pestiferous one. : TEASE
32. Part of the street scene. : STOPLIGHT
35. Southern tip of Florida. : CAPESABLE
36. Malay title. : TUAN
37. Der ___. : ALTE
45. Greek letter. : IOTA
46. Foams. : FROTHS
48. Luggage. : TRAPS
49. Historic Afghan city. : HERAT
50. Buoy up. : ELATE
52. Eskimo canoe. : UMIAK
54. One's companion. : ONLY
55. Far: Prefix. : TELE
56. Kind of snow. : NEVE
57. Office copy, for short. : STAT
59. British peers: Abbr. : BTS
60. Cabinet wood. : OAK

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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