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New York Times, Saturday, December 7, 1968

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1968, The New York TimesNo. 7,056
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1. Leg, in heraldry. : GAMB
5. Aid's partner. : ABET
9. Get going! : SCAT
13. That's ___! : ALIE
14. Jason's wife. : MEDEA
16. Subject of Payne lyric. : HOME
17. Croissant. : ROLL
18. Horatio. : ALGER
19. Jet black. : ONYX
20. Literature. : BELLESLETTRES
23. Ancient name in Egypt. : OSIRIS
24. Betake (oneself). : HIE
25. Ice: Ger. : EIS
28. Preposterous. : INEPT
31. Position. : STANCE
33. Drug store item. : MAGNESIA
36. Became taut. : TENSED
37. Like a bump on ___. : ALOG
38. Small being. : ELF
40. Bluefin. : TUNA
41. One of the Finger Lakes. : SENECA
44. Envelops. : CLOSESIN
47. Gridiron maneuver. : ENDRUN
48. Former title in India. : SAHIB
49. Old car. : REO
50. Linemen: Abbr. : RGS
52. Shatters. : WRECKS
56. Offenbach work. : LABELLEHELENE
60. Rue de la ___. : PAIX
62. Rope. : RIATA
63. Café au ___. : LAIT
64. Explorer Tasman. : ABEL
65. Chair part. : SPLAT
66. Name in Norse mythology. : URTH
67. Easily handled, as a ship. : YARE
68. Casa room. : SALA
69. Large-scale. : MASS
1. Movie star of yore. : GARBO
2. Drug-yielding plants. : ALOES
3. Thousand: Prefix. : MILLI
4. Quasimodo, for one. : BELLRINGER
5. Brings together. : AMASSES
6. Shape of a flower. : BELL
7. Brink. : EDGE
8. Sprockets. : TEETH
9. Oxford. : SHOE
10. Accord. : CONSENSUS
11. Laurie's bride. : AMY
12. State: Abbr. : TEX
15. Bellows, for example. : ARTIST
21. "___ Kleine Nachtmusik." : EINE
22. Nerve network. : RETE
26. Ancient British people. : ICENI
27. City on the Meuse. : SEDAN
29. Washington ___. : PIE
30. Powders. : TALCS
32. Designating a period in U.S. history. : ANTEBELLUM
33. Acronym for a microwave device. : MASER
34. Girl's name. : ALENE
35. Familiar sight in Venice. : GONDOLIER
39. State: Abbr. : FLA
42. Part of the street scene. : CURB
43. Makes wrathful. : ANGERS
45. "___ beautiful day . . . " : OHWHATA
46. Father. : SIRE
51. Gardener's cuttings. : SLIPS
53. Brazilian city also known as Fortaleza. : CEARA
54. Interlaces. : KNITS
55. Namesakes of Adam's third. : SETHS
57. Car part. : AXLE
58. Ooh ___! : LALA
59. Useful bit of Latin. : ETAL
60. Be profitable. : PAY
61. Fabric of the Near East. : ABA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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