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New York Times, Wednesday, November 28, 1962

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,884
Across Down
1. One of T. E. Lawrence's names. : SHAW
5. Leader. : HEAD
9. Part of a stage. : APRON
14. Child: Prefix. : PEDO
15. Wing: Fr. : AILE
16. Ireland personified. : IRENA
17. Listen. : EAVESDROP
19. Logrolling tournament. : ROLEO
20. Three: It. : TRE
21. Of the lung lining. : PLEURAL
23. Navy man: Abbr. : ENS
24. Roar of the surf. : ROTE
26. Kind of ham. : DEVILED
28. ___ as a one-armed paperhanger. : ASBUSY
30. Terrible: Prefix. : DINO
31. Minnows. : BAIT
32. Preliminary drudgery. : SPADEWORK
37. Printer's abbreviation. : ITALS
39. Small dwelling. : HUT
40. Mardi Gras, for example. : REVEL
41. Teen-ager's monopoly. : TELEPHONE
43. Descartes. : RENE
44. Veritable. : TRUE
45. Term of endearment, in France. : CHERIE
47. Makes friendly. : DISARMS
50. Sticks. : RODS
51. "My ___ John." : SON
52. Etrurian. : ITALIAN
54. Surprised exclamations. : HAS
57. Harmonium. : ORGAN
59. Got rid of: Colloq. : KICKEDOUT
61. Vacuum tube. : DIODE
62. Sword: Fr. : EPEE
63. Goddess of youth. : HEBE
64. Functioned. : ACTED
65. Quantities, in math: Abbr. : RADS
66. Employer. : USER
1. Small barracuda. : SPET
2. Permit to speak. : HEAR
3. Of a class of words. : ADVERBIAL
4. Trouble. : WOE
5. Famous president of Yale. : HADLEY
6. Site of Killarney. : EIRE
7. Audibly. : ALOUD
8. Plunder, old style. : DEPREDATE
9. Flying machine. : AIRLINER
10. In favor of. : PRO
11. Famed military signature. : RELEE
12. In an upright position. : ONEND
13. Greek temple. : NAOS
18. Harbors: Abbr. : SPTS
22. Very eager. : AVID
25. Markets. : OUTLETS
27. Reduced. : LOWERED
28. "___ of all right." : ABIT
29. Fill full. : SATE
32. Cobbler. : SHOEMAKER
33. Witticism. : PUN
34. Footwear of a sort. : OVERSHOES
35. Artist Guido ___. : RENI
36. Swiss abstract painter. : KLEE
38. Weakened, as a joint. : SPRAINED
42. Offend. : HURT
45. Rail birds. : CRAKES
46. Sharpen. : HONE
47. Order of Greek architecture. : DORIC
48. Metal cast. : INGOT
49. ___ cog (make a mistake). : SLIPA
51. Beverage. : SODA
53. Frosted. : ICED
55. River into the Seine. : AUBE
56. Noun suffix. : STER
58. "Fables in Slang" author. : ADE
60. "Lady of the Lake" outlaw. : DHU

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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