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New York Times, Monday, November 30, 1959

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Profound thinkers. : SAGES
6. Wind about. : COIL
10. Fastened. : TIED
14. "This was the most unkindest cut ___." : OFALL
15. Formerly. : ONCE
16. Aware of: Slang. : ONTO
17. Do as others have done. : FOLLOWSUIT
19. Holy Roman Emperor, 962–73. : OTTO
20. Metric measure. : ARE
21. Ship channels. : GATS
22. Rope. : TETHER
24. Relinquishes. : RESIGNS
26. W. C. Handy's "___ St. Blues." : BEALE
27. Letter. : CEE
28. Foretokens. : PORTENDS
31. Opened widely. : GAPED
34. Twining stems. : BINES
35. Constellation. : ARA
36. Clamorous. : LOUD
37. Stepped. : PACED
38. Where Muscat is. : OMAN
39. With 40 Across, Michigan city. : ANN
40. See 39 Across. : ARBOR
41. Norse goddess of love. : FREYA
42. Dresses up. : DECKSOUT
44. Irish army: Abbr. : IRA
45. Attention-getting sounds. : HISTS
46. Herd cattle. : WRANGLE
50. Guest. : CALLER
52. Mao's teammate. : CHOU
53. Musical tones. : LAS
54. Outlet. : EXIT
55. Start of Edward VIII's farewell broadcast, 1936. : ATLONGLAST
58. Nota ___. : BENE
59. Greek letters. : CHIS
60. Merchant guild. : HANSE
61. Consumer. : USER
62. Elite or Roman. : TYPE
63. Commotion: Colloq. : TODOS
Down
1. To this point. : SOFAR
2. Previously: Dial. : AFORE
3. Outbursts, as of laughter. : GALES
4. Old cloth measure. : ELL
5. Plodded through mire. : SLOGGED
6. At all ___ (by any means required). : COSTS
7. Burden. : ONUS
8. ___ on parle Français. : ICI
9. Erudite. : LETTERED
10. Sound of a flute. : TOOTLE
11. ___ of (by authority of). : INTHENAME
12. Suffix expressing smallness. : ETTE
13. Means of access. : DOOR
18. Decline. : WANE
23. Viands: Slang. : EATS
25. ___ tea. : ICED
26. Result of putting one's foot in one's mouth. : BONER
28. Lace edging. : PICOT
29. Wagon. : DRAY
30. Mens ___ in corpore sano. : SANA
31. Cheerful. : GLAD
32. First-rate: Colloq. : AONE
33. Telling phrase: Slang. : PUNCHLINE
34. Hindu gentlemen. : BABUS
37. Draw out. : PROTRACT
38. Algerian port. : ORAN
40. S. African fox. : ASSE
41. Loaded (with). : FRAUGHT
43. Out of ___ (on the blink). : KILTER
44. Golf club. : IRON
46. Pronoun. : WHOSE
47. Pituitary. : GLAND
48. Rope for roundup. : LASSO
49. ___ Park, Colorado. : ESTES
50. Philippine island. : CEBU
51. Fells. : AXES
52. Piece of jewelry. : CLIP
56. Poetic possessive. : THY
57. Southeastern Asian. : LAO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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