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New York Times, Monday, November 8, 1954

Author:
Edward Early
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { H J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
Edward Early has 7 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,959
Across
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Acknowledges applause. : BOWS
5
Student organizations. : FRATS
10
Mop. : SWAB
14
Devilish. : EVIL
15
Hair-raising. : EERIE
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Forbidden. : TABU
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Abraham Lincoln was one. : REPUBLICAN
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"___ well." : ALLS
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Scapegoats for airmen. : GREMLINS
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November symbol. : TURKEY
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Disk used in ice hockey. : PUCK
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Part of an armature. : WIRE
25
Fabric with nubby surface. : RATINE
28
They're worth 500 points each. : CANASTAS
32
"___ Care." : IDONT
33
The jury. : PANEL
34
Kinsman: Abbr. : REL
35
Bell sound. : DONG
36
Artist's display frame. : EASEL
37
Site of Italian university. : PISA
38
Before. : ERE
39
The ram. : ARIES
40
Witch's symbol. : BROOM
41
Quietly. : SEDATELY
43
Hooks. : CLASPS
44
Ecclesiastics' titles. : DOMS
45
Diving bird. : LOON
46
Pierrot. : MONAMI
49
Andrew Jackson was one. : DEMOCRAT
53
On. : ATOP
54
Shakespeare and others. : TRAGEDIANS
56
Printer's direction. : STET
57
Fame. : ECLAT
58
Girl's name. : NINA
59
Silver coins of Peru. : SOLS
60
Leaves port. : SAILS
61
Growl: Var. : GNAR
Down
1
Gertrude of TV. : BERG
2
Completed. : OVER
3
Dry off. : WIPE
4
Sinking suddenly. : SLUMPING
5
Girl's name. : FELICE
6
Prepare again for printing. : REINK
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Parts of a circle. : ARCS
8
Aunt: Spanish. : TIA
9
Guard. : SENTINEL
10
Gazes. : STARES
11
Path or avenue. : WALK
12
Skilled. : ABLE
13
Telephone signal. : BUSY
18
Plain-spoken. : BLUNT
22
Border river, Europe and Asia. : URAL
24
Diminishes. : WANES
25
Bridle paths. : RIDES
26
Dote on. : ADORE
27
Became softened (with "down"). : TONED
28
Mudville's hero. : CASEY
29
Musical compositions. : TRIOS
30
Writer of animal stories. : AESOP
31
Bridge wins. : SLAMS
33
Sandbox toys. : PAILS
36
Hermits. : EREMITES
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Swaggering. : PRANCING
39
Part of a molecule. : ATOM
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It's kept in banks. : BLOOD
42
Suits. : ADAPTS
43
Fancy goldfish. : COMETS
45
Within the law. : LEGAL
46
Larger part. : MASS
47
Man's name. : OTTO
48
One of Lord Byron's names. : NOEL
49
Salvador ___. : DALI
50
Bestow profusely. : RAIN
51
Coin of India. : ANNA
52
Autocrat. : TSAR
55
Sarnoff's corporation. : RCA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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