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New York Times, Monday, November 3, 1958

Author: Madeline Corse
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { B F J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,415
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1. Caliph's title. : IMAM
5. Ecclesiastical mantle. : COPE
9. Volume. : TOME
13. Unpleasantly conspicuous. : STARY
14. Tolstoy hero. : IVAN
15. Natural resources. : ORES
16. Hazard. : PERIL
17. Hiding places. : DENS
18. Resinous substances. : LACS
19. Business executive. : PRESIDENT
21. Shillings' companions. : PENCE
22. Caballero. : SENOR
23. Sternly disciplined. : SPARTAN
25. Crew. : MEN
27. Lady Hamilton. : EMMA
29. Period in history. : ERA
30. Arabian gulf. : ADEN
32. Navy missile. : SIDEWINDER
37. Mosaic piece. : INSET
39. Old Testament book: Abbr. : LAM
40. ___ Flow. : SCAPA
41. Fuel. : NATURALGAS
44. Put into circulation. : EMIT
45. "Arabian Nights" bird. : ROC
46. Wife of Geraint. : ENID
48. Single point. : ACE
49. Riders of pachyderms. : MAHOUTS
53. Wrong. : AMISS
55. Mature. : ADULT
56. Commercial enticements. : CUTPRICES
60. Major-___. : DOMO
61. Mrs., in Poland. : PANI
62. ___ France. : ILEDE
63. British seamen's ration. : GROG
64. Look ___ (admire). : UPTO
65. Jinni. : GENIE
66. Young Aldrich, in cockneyese. : ENRY
67. Type of worker. : PEON
68. Farm animals. : OXEN
1. Path: Lat. : ITER
2. Deceptively wonderful discovery. : MARESNEST
3. Originate. : ARISE
4. "What's ___?" : MYLINE
5. Where windfall apples go. : CIDERMILL
6. Hot room. : OVEN
7. Jeans. : PANTS
8. Abstract being. : ENS
9. Basis of friendly relations. : TOLERANCE
10. Catacombs figure. : ORANT
11. Destination of pilgrims. : MECCA
12. To eat: Ger. : ESSEN
13. Species: Abbr. : SPP
20. Monks' titles. : DOMS
21. Prince of Greek legend. : PARIS
24. Church seat. : PEW
25. Conduit. : MAIN
26. Miss Millay. : EDNA
28. An oft-repeated truth. : ADAGE
31. A branch of medicine. : NEUROLOGY
33. Ectoplasm. : EMANATION
34. Syrian. : DAMASCENE
35. Work in heroic verse. : EPIC
36. Chide. : RATE
38. Rainbow or brook. : TROUT
42. Law. : ACT
43. Foolish fellow: Slang. : SIMP
47. State of Maine motto. : DIRIGO
49. Girl's name. : MADGE
50. Beautify. : ADORN
51. One's disposition or state of mind. : HUMOR
52. Leafless flower stalk. : SCAPE
54. Glass made of fused quartz. : SILEX
57. Biblical preposition. : UNTO
58. Midlothian capital city: Abbr. : EDIN
59. Behold! : SEE
61. Young animal. : PUP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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