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New York Times, Saturday, November 28, 1959

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 313 (avg 1.65)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
PS notes: 62-Across clue originally had "across"; capitalized it.
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N
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O
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V
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P
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A
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D
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D
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Y
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R
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O
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H
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Z
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W
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G
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C
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L
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H
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B
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,788
Across Down
1. De ___ (afresh): Lat. : NOVO
5. First name of Marty's creator. : PADDY
10. Alice ___ Miller. : DUER
14. Constant. : EVEN
15. Burdens: Lat. : ONERA
16. At all. : ONCE
17. Gymnast's type of bar. : HORIZONTAL
19. Objective pronoun. : WHOM
20. Labor. : TOIL
21. Frequently: Poet. : OFT
22. ___ Bayes. : NORA
23. Mellowing. : AGING
25. Present effectively: Slang. : PUTACROSS
27. Resinous substance. : LAC
28. Pardon me. : SORRY
30. Summer outings. : HIKES
31. Ruy or Gil. : BLAS
33. Prefix denoting separation. : DIS
34. Game. : TAG
35. House style, popular in New England. : SALTBOX
37. Persian god of light. : MITHRAS
41. Projecting part. : EAR
42. Corneille hero. : CID
43. Bulrush. : TULE
44. Corn mush dishes. : SAMPS
47. Simple sea creature. : POLYP
49. Acorn. : NUT
50. Pedestrian's lane. : CROSSWALK
52. Point in the moon's orbit. : APSIS
54. "When I was . . . " : ALAD
55. Gold: Span. : ORO
56. Wire nail. : BRAD
57. Las Vegas' rival. : RENO
58. Encounters by chance. : RUNSACROSS
62. See 1 Across. : ANEW
63. Negotiate. : TREAT
64. Notably bridged river. : KWAI
65. European capital. : BERN
66. Assists. : HELPS
67. People, as viewed from penthouses. : ANTS
1. O. T. book: Abbr. : NEH
2. Egg: Comb. form. : OVO
3. Following gravity's pull. : VERTICAL
4. Plant of lily family. : ONION
5. Co-op enterprise. : POOL
6. New England cape. : ANN
7. Motoring annoyances. : DETOURS
8. Improperly ventilated. : DRAFTY
9. Summit-type meeting, 1945. : YALTA
10. Thoroughly. : DOWNRIGHT
11. Disconnect. : UNHOOK
12. Detroit suburb. : ECORSE
13. Gather again. : REMASS
18. Goes at an angle. : ZIGS
23. Priestly vestments. : ALBS
24. Festive. : GALA
25. ___ Goncourt. : PRIX
26. Party-type talk. : CHAT
29. Characteristic of 4 Down. : ODOR
32. Retires from office. : STEPSDOWN
34. Uncluttered. : TIDY
36. Deep voice. : BASS
37. Liquid from coconut. : MILK
38. Disparages. : RUNSDOWN
39. His: Fr. : ALUI
40. Groups of persons. : SETS
42. Blimp or Bogey. : COLONEL
44. Sacred beetle. : SCARAB
45. Popular TV first name. : ARLENE
46. Complainer. : MOANER
47. Set of pieces of jewelry. : PARURE
48. Paris green spot. : PARC
51. Merit. : WORTH
53. Arctic attire. : PARKA
56. Ping-pong paddles. : BATS
59. Syrup makings. : SAP
60. Posed. : SAT
61. Family nickname. : SIS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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