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New York Times, Friday, February 12, 1965

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 366 (avg 1.96)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,675
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1. Math item: Abbr. : PROB
5. Ring-around-___. : AROSY
10. Anc. Norse chieftain. : JARL
14. Complete. : DONE
15. Backbone: Slang. : MOXIE
16. A chill. : AGUE
17. Debatable points. : QUODLIBETS
19. Place in the headlines. : CUBA
20. Experiments with. : TRIESON
21. Certain wines. : TOKAYS
23. Enjoyment. : ZEST
24. Emulates Dorcas. : SEWS
25. Introduce. : USHER
28. Accumulate. : STORE
30. Accompaniment: Mus. : OBB
33. Univalent radical. : PHENYL
35. Bankrolls. : WADS
36. State: Abbr. : CAL
37. Butter servings. : PATS
38. Honshu port. : OSAKA
40. Part of a play. : ACTI
41. Elected: Fr. : ELU
42. Prefix with distant and lateral. : EQUI
43. Mexican Indians. : YAQUIS
45. Banking abbreviation. : DEP
46. Horse mackerel. : TUNNY
48. Skulks. : LURKS
49. Kind of puzzle: Abbr. : ANAG
50. Je ne sais ___. : QUOI
52. French author. : BALZAC
55. Roofs of a sort. : CUPOLAS
58. What ___? : OFIT
59. Obsessions, Gallic style. : IDEESFIXES
62. Gainer, for one. : DIVE
63. Three months: Fr. : TERME
64. Undiluted. : NEAT
65. Officer, for short. : EXEC
66. Leaven. : YEAST
67. House parts. : ELLS
1. Immediately: Slang. : PDQ
2. Conquer. : ROUT
3. ___ about. : ONOR
4. Decks out tawdrily. : BEDIZENS
5. Beside the mark. : AMISS
6. Mechanical ones. : ROBOTS
7. Farm animals. : OXEN
8. Be located. : SIT
9. Immediate past. : YESTERDAY
10. Child's game. : JACKS
11. Water: Sp. : AGUA
12. Shade of red. : RUBY
13. Meads. : LEAS
18. Wary: Slang. : LEERY
22. Is beholden to. : OWES
24. Do a laundry job. : SOAK
25. Raised. : UPPED
26. Fissile rock. : SHALE
27. Excited: Colloq. : HETUP
29. Literary pseudonym. : TWAIN
30. Present itself. : OCCUR
31. Fabric design. : BATIK
32. Happy state. : BLISS
34. Prolixity. : LOQUACITY
39. Like some church services. : SUNG
40. Hooked, as a beak. : AQUILINE
42. View from Taormina. : ETNA
44. Detached. : ALOOF
47. Fine sauternes. : YQUEMS
49. Mexican Indian. : AZTEC
51. Disarrange. : UPSET
52. Foreshow. : BODE
53. In ___ (faced with a dilemma). : AFIX
54. What TW3 is. : LIVE
55. Wax: Lat. : CERA
56. Conrad hero. : AXEL
57. Secure. : SEAL
60. Letter. : DEE
61. Main and others: Abbr. : STS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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