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New York Times, Friday, November 4, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J V X }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 61, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,130
Across Down
1. Objective. : GOAL
5. Glided. : SLID
9. Black fly. : GNAT
13. ___ Arundel, Annapolis' county. : ANNE
14. Slacks off. : EASES
16. Mellow. : RICH
17. Accommodate one's self to a regular way of life. : SETTLEDOWN
19. Site of the Pearl Mosque. : AGRA
20. Venture. : PRESUME
21. Distance important to spies. : EARSHOT
23. A certain. : ONE
24. Girl in a pool. : TYPIST
25. Not quite a quake. : SHUDDER
28. Type of license. : POETIC
31. Full of substance. : MEATY
32. Magnitude. : SIZE
34. Parlor: Span. : SALA
35. Tree. : ELM
36. Galveston or Charleston. : SEAPORT
39. Fragment. : BIT
40. Innocent. : LAMB
42. ___ over (cogitate): Colloq. : MULL
43. Man with a burden. : ATLAS
45. Girl's name. : THELMA
47. Covered up seeds. : EARTHED
49. Dilapidated. : RUINED
51. Supped. : ATE
52. Flowers. : NOSEGAY
54. Relating to the eyelashes. : CILIARY
58. ___ Alonzo Stagg. : AMOS
59. Having great size and power. : TITANESQUE
61. ___ Centre, model for town in "Main Street." : SAUK
62. January, in Spain. : ENERO
63. Game fish. : TUNA
64. Bohemian. : ARTY
65. Certain operatives. : GMEN
66. Sinks. : SAGS
1. Sound of surprise. : GASP
2. Nonpareil: Slang. : ONER
3. Stake. : ANTE
4. Is dismissed, as school. : LETSOUT
5. Appeared. : SEEMED
6. Bail. : LADE
7. Alike: Comb. form. : ISO
8. ___ decimal system. : DEWEY
9. Fescue and quitch. : GRASSES
10. Place for an alarm clock. : NIGHTTABLE
11. Topmost: Comb. form. : ACRO
12. In ___ (because). : THAT
15. Fish used for soup. : SNAPPER
18. ___ Lane, near Niagara Falls, site of 1812 battle. : LUNDYS
22. River, in Brazil. : RIO
24. Stretched a double. : TRIPLED
25. Biblical word of uncertain meaning. : SELAH
26. Develops through repeated effort. : HAMMERSOUT
27. Jacob's twin. : ESAU
29. Poem in 24 books. : ILIAD
30. Type of cradle. : CATS
31. Blend. : MELT
33. He wrote "J'accuse." : ZOLA
37. Issue. : EMANATE
38. Tell all. : TATTLE
41. ___ law, to protect investors. : BLUESKY
44. Believers in one God. : THEISTS
46. Marble. : MIG
48. "And sendeth ___ the just and on the unjust." : RAINON
50. Watching. : EYING
52. Astronautics group. : NASA
53. Eastern name. : OMAR
54. Close attention. : CARE
55. Water. : AQUA
56. Crossbar. : RUNG
57. Certain votes. : YEAS
60. Pro ___. : TEM

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later.

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