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FOR PHRASEMAKERS

New York Times, Sunday, November 5, 1967

Author: Bert Beaman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 67, Avg Word Len: 5.50, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 569 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 130, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
Bert Beaman has 46 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: Error in the original PDF solution grid, which was asymmetric at 35-Across, though the actual puzzle was symmetrical. Fixed this.
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,658
Across Down
1. Chinese Zen. : CHAN
5. "For ___ be queen . . . " : IMTO
9. Faces of a sort. : DIALS
14. Grating. : RASPY
19. Bequeaths. : HANDSDOWN
21. Chou of China. : ENLAI
22. Easy ___. : ASPIE
23. Mode of behavior. : ESCAPEMECHANISM
25. Tree. : BEECH
26. Feed, in a way. : STOKE
27. Fished. : EELED
28. Amplifying problem. : FEEDBACK
30. With: Prefix. : SYN
31. Disrespect. : CONTEMPT
34. Gaelic name. : ROY
35. Pro ___. : TEM
37. Garment. : KILT
38. Booms. : SPARS
40. Old London prison. : NEWGATE
43. Sandbars. : SHOALS
45. Present times. : NOWS
47. Located. : SEATED
48. ___ march on. : STEALA
49. What "à bas" means. : DOWNWITH
53. English potter. : SPODE
54. Snare. : TOILS
55. Lash again. : RETIE
56. ___ London. : GREATER
58. Akbar's city. : AGRA
59. Bopeep's project. : TOFIND
60. Smell: Prefix. : OSMO
61. Govt. agency. : SSS
64. Hypocrisy. : LIPSERVICE
66. New York, for one. : MELTINGPOT
69. Prefix with plunk or plop. : KER
70. Carriage. : MIEN
71. Annoyed. : GALLED
72. Gray wolf. : LOBO
73. Stores. : EMPORIA
76. Houston footballer. : OILER
77. English poet. : CAREW
78. Sang-froid, for one. : ASSET
80. High and dry. : STRANDED
82. Author of "The Flies." : SARTRE
83. Cell of a ganglion. : NEURON
85. Relative of "estar." : ETRE
86. Urgency. : STRESS
87. Of a business council. : CAMERAL
89. Biblical character. : SATAN
92. Day: Abbr. : TUES
93. Ruler: Abbr. : EMP
94. Get. : DIG
96. Anthropologist's finds. : BONEBEDS
98. AFB group. : AAF
101. Floated. : STREAMED
105. Weapon. : SABRE
106. Give up. : FORGO
108. Noun suffix. : ATION
109. Inventor's dream. : PERPETUALMOTION
112. Heptad. : SEVEN
113. Grenoble's river. : ISERE
114. Idle. : LIEAROUND
115. Entreat. : PRESS
116. Moist. : DEWED
117. Jackson. : ANDY
118. Big bird. : EMEU
1. Petrosian's forte. : CHESS
2. Precipitate. : HASTY
3. Elbow: Anat. : ANCON
4. State: Abbr. : NDAK
5. Chemical suffix. : IDE
6. Seconds. : MOMENTS
7. Chirp. : TWEET
8. French relatives. : ONCLES
9. Showed no expression. : DEADPANNED
10. River of Saint Moritz. : INN
11. Arabic letter. : ALIF
12. Scientific tool. : LASER
13. Bulgarian tsar. : SIMEON
14. Of Hebrew letters: Abbr. : RABB
15. On the blue. : ASEA
16. Football and hockey. : SPECTATORSPORTS
17. Joined a demonstration. : PICKETED
18. Slangy assent. : YEH
20. Trains. : SPECIALS
24. Asiatic herb. : HEMP
29. Alizarins. : DYES
32. Clay jar. : OLLA
33. Ween. : TROW
36. Ancient Asian. : MEDE
37. Cute animals. : KOALAS
39. Gulp. : SWIG
41. Town near Boston. : WESTON
42. Look, in a way. : GAPE
43. Smoke. : STOGIE
44. Inheritor, maybe. : HEIRPRESUMPTIVE
46. Meandered. : STROLLED
48. Hunt. : STALK
49. Unqualified. : DEFINITE
50. Auditory. : OTIC
51. Port. : WINE
52. Novel heroine. : HESTER
55. Tramps. : ROVERS
57. In the thick of. : AMID
59. Concerto form. : TRIO
62. Word with up or down. : SOBERS
63. U.S. novelist. : STOWE
65. Buyer: Lat. : EMPTOR
66. ___ of honor. : MAID
67. Femme. : ELLE
68. Stands out. : GLARES
71. Worn out. : GONETOSEED
74. Simple. : MERE
75. Part of a degree. : ARTS
77. Likes. : CARESFOR
78. Noun suffix. : ANCE
79. Tailor, old style. : SEAMSTER
81. Horse. : ARAB
82. Pin or peg. : STUD
84. Nothing: Sp. : NADA
86. Reinforced. : STEELED
88. Clear. : LIMPID
90. Sci. course. : ANAT
91. Astronomer's concern. : NEBULA
95. Birds. : GEESE
97. Kind of wave. : BRAIN
98. A place for: Suffix. : ARIUM
99. Past, of old. : AGONE
100. Melted, in cookery. : FONDU
102. Deer. : ROES
103. Steyr's river. : ENNS
104. Formulated. : DREW
107. Indian. : OTOE
108. Ophidian. : ASP
110. Grand ___. : PRE
111. Atlantic cape. : MAY

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 13 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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