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New York Times, Saturday, November 5, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { F J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,131
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1. Sequin. : SPANGLE
8. Wearing. : GARBED
14. Kind of sale. : CLOSEOUT
15. Disinclined. : AVERSE
16. Paratroops are. : AIRBORNE
17. Assistant to Jewish priest. : LEVITE
18. ___ fixe. : IDEE
19. Scenic region of Canada. : GASPE
21. Entry. : ITEM
22. Noun suffix. : NESS
23. Silkworm : ERIA
24. Muscle Shoals agency. : TVA
25. A Kennedy. : TED
27. People of Graeco-Roman times (with "the"). : ANCIENTS
31. Capers. : DIDOS
34. Shore birds. : SNIPE
35. 1933 initials. : NRA
36. Ballroom dance. : ONESTEP
38. Ravens, in Scotland. : CORBIES
40. Pray: Lat. : ORA
41. Things in a cyclotron. : ATOMS
43. Frames with hooks for hanging clothes. : RACKS
44. Handicap for a speaker. : MONOTONE
46. Part of a Scottish name. : MAC
47. "Sunbonnet ___." : SUE
48. Festive. : GALA
50. One of the quick assets. : CASH
54. River in Arizona, site of Roosevelt dam. : SALT
56. Plant exudate. : RESIN
57. Leigh Hunt character. : ABOU
58. Rare base hit. : TRIPLE
60. Convention voting regulation. : UNITRULE
62. Came after. : ENSUED
63. Gave to the press. : RELEASED
64. Rowdydows. : SETTOS
65. Legislated. : ENACTED
1. ___ rule. : SLIDE
2. Studies hard (with "over"). : PORES
3. Fireproof stuff. : ASBESTOS
4. Modernist. : NEO
5. Overate. : GORGED
6. ___ probe. : LUNAR
7. Annual, as winds. : ETESIAN
8. Stormy weather. : GALE
9. Park or Fifth: Abbr. : AVE
10. Flourish again. : REVIVE
11. English. : BRITANNIC
12. Family of Modena. : ESTE
13. Suppose. : DEEM
14. Second man. : CAIN
20. Keeps (an audience) highly amused: Slang. : PANICS
24. ___ del Fuego. : TIERRA
26. Possessions. : ESTATE
28. Naval officer: Abbr. : CPO
29. Journey of a sort. : TREK
30. Garden vegetables: Dial. : SASS
31. Condemn. : DOOM
32. Japanese girdle box. : INRO
33. Scholarship roster. : DEANSLIST
34. Kind of cake. : SPONGE
37. W. W. II letters. : ETO
39. Card game. : BACCARAT
42. Prescribed limit. : MEASURE
45. Production. : OUTPUT
46. Wrapping paper. : MANILA
49. Fine stationary. : LINEN
51. Vilification. : ABUSE
52. Fixed shoes. : SOLED
53. Having color. : HUED
54. Canonized females: Abbr. : STES
55. English composer. : ARNE
56. Magenta and lake. : REDS
59. Tolstoi. : LEO
61. Private eye. : TEC

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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