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ALL IN THE FAMILY

New York Times, Sunday, December 18, 1966

Author: Leonard Sussman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.14, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 580 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 118, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
Leonard Sussman has 40 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,336
Across Down
1. Robe of old. : SIMAR
6. Catch. : NAIL
10. Pile of hay. : COCK
14. Windy. : ABLOW
19. Presented itself. : AROSE
20. Bearded, in a way. : AWNY
21. Eight: Sp. : OCHO
22. Fairy tale figure. : CRONE
23. Symbolic old man. : FATHERTIME
25. Subjects for novelists. : CHILDHOODS
27. Suffix with do or go. : ETH
28. Native bear. : KOALA
29. Kind of brandy. : MARC
30. Start. : OUTSET
31. Give evidence of being. : SEEM
33. "___ yesterdays . . . " : ALLTHOSE
35. Nanny of a kind. : AMAH
36. Stir. : ROUSE
38. Have a bite. : EAT
39. Cordial. : ANISETTE
43. Move quickly. : GLINT
44. Resin. : SHELLAC
47. Bird. : RAIL
48. Letter opener. : DEAREST
50. Certain athletes: Slang. : PHENOMS
51. Number: Abbr. : HUND
52. Taverns of old England. : INNES
53. See 51 Across. : IOO
55. See 6 Down. : ROMA
56. Sea animal. : SPONGE
58. Brother: Colloq. : BUD
59. Field: Prefix. : AGRO
60. The moon. : ORB
61. Marble. : SHOOTER
62. Eve. : MOTHEROFMANKIND
66. Poem. : TRIOLET
69. Racetrack abbreviation. : FAV
70. Printer's perfect ___. : REAM
71. Wife of Thor. : SIF
74. Tenant. : RENTEE
75. Well-known pen name. : SAKI
76. Pennyweight: Abbr. : DWT
77. Hot. : AFIRE
79. Expression of delight. : AHAH
80. Adjective for turf. : SPRINGY
82. Removed. : EXCISED
84. Ann or May. : CAPE
85. Dutch artist. : VERMEER
86. Famed poet. : YEATS
87. Prayer. : ENTREATY
89. Cheat. : GIP
91. Puff up. : ELATE
92. Slash. : GASH
93. Type of opus. : ORATORIO
96. Hint: Abbr. : SRCH
99. Classify. : ASSORT
102. Family member: Dial. : BRER
103. Asian pine. : MATSU
105. Scot's verb. : HAE
106. Fickle. : INCONSTANT
108. Sierra Nevada find. : MOTHERLODE
110. Let fly. : LOOSE
111. Jug. : EWER
112. Pay. : ANTE
113. Alaskan coast inlet. : FIORD
114. Subsided. : EBBED
115. Besides. : ALSO
116. Mom and pop. : PAIR
117. Staff men. : AIDES
1. Boxes of a kind. : SAFES
2. Incensed. : IRATE
3. Country. : MOTHERLAND
4. Shade of gray. : ASH
5. Exude. : REEK
6. Christmas in 55 Across. : NATALE
7. With ___ (heartily). : AWILL
8. Lodger. : INMATE
9. Caustic. : LYE
10. Shrubs of Peru. : COCAS
11. Metallic oxide. : OCHRE
12. Modiste's word. : CHIC
13. Indian people. : KOL
14. Congo pygmies. : ACHUAS
15. Sermon subject. : BROTHERHOOD
16. French city. : LOOS
17. Wave: Fr. : ONDE
18. A wind. : WEST
24. Entrees. : ROASTS
26. Cupola-shaped. : DOMIC
29. Fermentation residue. : MOTHEROFVINEGAR
32. Fabric. : MOIRE
34. Chop together. : HASH
35. Library collections. : ANAS
37. French digits. : UNES
39. Fostering: Lat. : ALMA
40. Mock. : TAUNT
41. Trace. : TINGE
42. Tribal VIP. : ELDER
43. Knee: Lat. : GENU
45. Huge, old style. : ENORM
46. Where Como is. : LOMBARDY
48. Trail bait. : DIB
49. Firm. : TIGHT
50. Subject of old melodrama. : POORFARM
54. Cinnabar. : ORE
56. Mason's wedge. : SHIM
57. Naval abbreviation. : PON
59. To ___. : ATEE
61. Fish. : SKATE
62. Name from the 1700's. : MOTHERGOOSE
63. Corrida sound. : OLE
64. Migrant worker: Var. : OAKIE
65. Strange. : NEW
66. Evidence. : TRACE
67. Stage name. : REHAN
68. Unsuited. : INAPT
71. Social group. : SISTERHOOD
72. Provokes to wrath. : IRES
73. Nurtured. : FED
75. Agile. : SPRY
77. Zoologist's suffix. : ACEA
78. Decrees. : FIATS
80. Adam's third. : SETH
81. Pluck. : GRIT
83. Sugar, in chemistry. : XYLOSE
85. Immense spaces: Poet. : VASTS
88. Deserved. : EARNED
90. Neighbor of Los Angeles. : POMONA
91. One of two. : EITHER
93. Village near Verdun. : ORNES
94. Term in rocketry. : RETRO
95. Indian unit of weight. : RATTI
97. Framework. : CADRE
98. Take notice. : HEEDS
99. Wing: Fr. : AILE
100. Haughty one. : SNOB
101. Weaving defect. : SCOB
102. Shout. : BAWL
104. Turkish city. : URFA
107. Party. : TEA
108. Diagram. : MAP
109. 1st-cen. date. : LII

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 17 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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