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Louise Earnest
Louise Earnest

New York Times, Tuesday, February 26, 1963

Author:
Louise Earnest
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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Across
1. Lassie, for one. : BAIRN
6. Louisa May. : ALCOTT
12. In ___. : PERSON
13. The cheering section. : ROOTERS
15. Synthetic. : MANMADE
16. Thermal unit. : CALORIE
17. Nautical affirmative. : AYEAYE
18. Electrical units. : OHMS
19. Bing's realm. : MET
20. Cologne, to a native thereof. : KOLN
21. Waves: Fr. : ONDES
23. "Du ___ wie eine Blume." : BIST
24. Avoid slyly. : ELUDE
26. Common suffixes. : IDS
27. Jeune fille's relative. : TANTE
28. Part of a combo. : SAX
29. Symbol of success. : PALM
31. More stylish: Slang. : TONIER
32. Old-style felt hat. : WIDEAWAKE
34. Glossy cloth. : ALPACA
37. Bossa ___, current dance. : NOVA
38. "___ walks in beauty . . . " : SHE
41. Sedan items. : DOORS
42. Caviar. : ROE
43. Harnessed. : YOKED
45. Paris airport. : ORLY
46. Put back into service. : REUSE
48. Cause for alarm. : FIRE
49. Spanish king. : REY
50. Glove of a sort. : MITT
51. False god of riches and avarice. : MAMMON
53. 16th cen. painter. : ELGRECO
55. Political systems. : REGIMES
56. Send for more. : REORDER
57. Where to find pickets. : FENCES
58. Extra section, as of a book. : INSERT
59. Home appliance. : DRIER
Down
1. European economic union, formed 1947. : BENELUX
2. Camille's beloved. : ARMAND
3. Exclamatory phrase. : ISAY
4. Agnes de Mille ballet. : RODEO
5. Compass point. : NNE
6. Decorative structures. : ARCHES
7. Soils. : LOAMS
8. Mountain passes. : COLS
9. Ear: Prefix. : OTO
10. Ends. : TERMINI
11. Adriatic seaport. : TRIESTE
12. Income of sorts: Slang. : PAYOLA
14. Canine. : SETTER
15. Commercial varieties. : MAKES
18. "Choosing" game. : ODDMANOUT
22. White or Blue ___. : NILE
23. Pernicious element. : BANE
25. "Beowulf" and others. : EPICS
27. Sweet wine. : TOKAY
30. Political group. : ADA
31. Hebrew letter. : TAV
32. Watching one's step. : WARY
33. Troubles. : WOES
34. Worshiper. : ADORER
35. Heinrich Heine poem. : LORELEI
36. Many-sided figure. : POLYGON
38. Long-winged sea bird. : SKIMMER
39. Figures in 25 Down. : HEROES
40. Shangri-las. : EDENS
42. Sharp response. : RETORT
44. "___ and Men." : OFMICE
46. Kitchen gadget. : RICER
47. Princely title. : EMEER
50. Elamite's neighbor. : MEDE
52. Hindu fire god. : AGNI
54. New Haven and others: Abbr. : RRS
55. Abbreviation on an envelope. : RFD

Answer summary: 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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