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New York Times, Saturday, February 11, 1956

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 304 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1956, The New York TimesNo. 2,419
Across Down
1. Political contests. : RACES
6. Slangy exclamation of surprise. : MAN
9. Grindstone: Lat. : MOLA
13. Bide. : AWAIT
14. Collections of memorable sayings. : ANAS
16. Old word for dill. : ANET
17. Birthday of a great man. : FEBRUARYTWELFTH
20. Familiar words on a card. : BEMYVALENTINE
21. Exclamation. : AHA
23. Neighborly gathering. : BEE
24. King Arthur’s paradise. : AVALON
25. Great personage. : MOGUL
27. Slow: Mus. : LENTO
30. French conjunctions. : ETS
31. Overweight. : OBESE
32. Slangy exclamation of surprise. : MYEYE
34. Middling. : SOSO
35. Promising performer. : COMER
37. Pour forth. : SPEW
41. Chanteuse from Tennessee. : SHORE
43. Actor J. Carrol ___. : NAISH
44. Relative of a tankard. : MUG
47. Muse of lyric poetry. : ERATO
49. Small portion. : OUNCE
50. Unanimously. : ASAMAN
52. Scepter. : ROD
54. ___ West. : KEY
55. Mardi Gras. : SHROVETUESDAY
59. Poet born in February, 1807. : HENRYLONGFELLOW
62. Puts in a temper. : IRES
63. Resort near Venice. : LIDO
64. Long and slender. : REEDY
65. Villa d’___. : ESTE
66. Man’s nickname. : LON
67. Look after. : SEETO
1. British military group. : RAF
2. Reverence. : AWE
3. Products of a vegetable garden. : CABBAGES
4. Where Limerick is. : EIRE
5. Trip. : STUMBLE
6. Wonder. : MARVEL
7. Novelist Seton. : ANYA
8. One of the Leagues: Abbr. : NATL
9. Its capital is Valletta. : MALTA
10. Kept in order for reference. : ONFILE
11. “___ your heart be troubled . . . ” : LETNOT
12. Scene of coming general elections. : ATHENS
15. Article of clothing. : SWEATER
18. Affirmative vote. : AYE
19. Messenger. : ENVOY
21. Book of the Bible. : AMOS
22. Tramp. : HOBO
26. Recreation centers for G. I.’s. : USOS
28. Irish nationalist and rebel. : EMMET
29. American humorist (1850–96). : NYE
33. Biblical character. : ESAU
35. American actress. : CORNELL
36. Old English money of account. : ORA
38. Star of an afternoon TV program. : PINKYLEE
39. Suffix forming verbs. : ESCE
40. Food for Miss Muffet. : WHEY
42. Burdensome. : HEAVY
43. Drowsy ones. : NODDERS
44. Number 5 iron. : MASHIE
45. Wedding attendants. : USHERS
46. Shade of red. : GARNET
48. Where Eugene is. : OREGON
51. Senator from 48 Down. : MORSE
53. Religious order: Abbr. : OSF
56. Labor. : TOIL
57. Release. : UNDO
58. Nautical term. : ALEE
60. Wartime transportation group. : ODT
61. Sen. Barrett’s state: Abbr. : WYO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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