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Jack Luzzatto
Jack Luzzatto

New York Times, Saturday, February 29, 1964

60-Across : Yielder.

Author:
Jack Luzzatto
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28, Avg Word Len: 5.63, Missing: { J K Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 312 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 90, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,326
Across
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Supply with energy: Colloq. : STEAMUP
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Lecture. : PREACH
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Fashion item, subject to change. : HEMLINE
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Abhorred. : LOATHED
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Feat. : EXPLOIT
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Aardvark. : ANTBEAR
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Sweetsop tree. : ATIS
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Carousal. : ORGY
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Rugged. : HARDY
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Capek play about robots. : RUR
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Noses of sorts. : SNOUTS
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Petty squabble. : TIFF
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Construct. : ERECT
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Edinburgh's seaport. : LEITH
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Prefix in chemistry. : SUL
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Iterated. : RESAID
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Without a hitch. : SMOOTHLY
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What butterflies do. : FLUTTERBY
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Deliverer. : REDEEMER
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Bog. : MORASS
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Heavy blade. : AXE
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Squelched. : SATON
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Creepy. : EERIE
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Unkempt mop. : SHAG
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Young sprigs. : SHOOTS
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Horse soldiers: Abbr. : CAV
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Young salmons. : PARRS
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Poetess Lazarus. : EMMA
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Lord's lady. : DAME
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President's lady. : ELEANOR
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Yielder. : ACCEDER
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Foreordain. : DESTINE
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The see. : DIOCESE
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Displayed publically. : STAGED
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Water ___, long-legged bug. : STRIDER
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Clipper. : SHEARER
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Character of a fabric. : TEXTURE
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Groups of nations, old style. : EMPIRES
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"___ Well ... " : ALLS
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Italian possessive. : MIO
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Star-filled corner of U. S. flag. : UNION
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Gas abroad. : PETROL
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Saturday, for instance. : PLAYTIME
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Actor Reagan. : RON
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Moor, à la Cockney. : EATH
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Facing the pitcher. : ATBAT
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Marriage ceremony verb. : CHERISH
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Well-stocked cranium. : HEADFUL
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Floating trout lure. : DRYFLY
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Luxury in some homes. : GUESTROOM
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Revolving gateways. : STILES
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Nature in an uproar. : STORM
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City rendezvous. : CAFE
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Footloose fraternity. : HOBOES
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Musketeer man. : DUMAS
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Ancient city of splendor. : TYRE
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Tied, as a horse. : TETHERED
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Grated. : RASPED
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Breathes out. : EXHALES
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Best loved. : DEAREST
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Covered, as an alley. : ARCADED
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Cats or people. : SIAMESE
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More rigorous. : SEVERER
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Another footloose group. : NOMADS
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Persona ___. : GRATA
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Silent, as understanding. : TACIT
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Eel: Dial. : SNIG
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Ten: Prefix. : DECI
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Part of a score. : ONE
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The heart: Lat. : COR

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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