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New York Times, Thursday, February 4, 1965

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,667
Across
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Attractive. : CUTE
5
Man, for one. : BIPED
10
Situation. : CASE
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Variety of quartz. : ONYX
15
Ecole activity. : ETUDE
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B.P.O.E. : ELKS
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Scandinavian. : LAPP
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Arise. : GETUP
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Time for a soirée. : NUIT
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SAC conditions. : ALERTS
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English language of a kind. : SCOTTISH
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Bering, for one. : SEA
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Numerical prefix. : TETRA
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Complements. : GOESWITH
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Learned one. : SAVANT
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Six events per inning. : OUTS
35
Sambar. : DEER
37
TV specialty. : COLOR
38
Cooperstown name. : OTT
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Formal affair. : BANQUET
41
Three points in Rugby. : TRY
42
More liberal. : FREER
44
Bench warmers. : SUBS
45
A plethora. : LOTS
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October event. : SERIES
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Vision. : EYESIGHT
50
Outbursts, as of laughter. : GALES
52
What anyone can play. : UKE
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Capital of Uzbekistan. : TASHKENT
56
___ light (understand). : SEETHE
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___ were (so to speak). : ASIT
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City in New York. : UTICA
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Eschew. : SHUN
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Miller. : MOTH
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Brook ___. : TROUT
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Set right. : MEND
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Near: Fr. : PRES
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Famed skater. : HENIE
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Hence. : ERGO
Down
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Beverage flavoring. : COLA
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Single. : UNAL
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Early job for Ben Franklin. : TYPESETTER
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Nonstop. : EXPRESS
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Importunes. : BEGS
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Adherent: Suffix. : ITE
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Asks. : PUTSTHEQUESTION
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Infer from data. : EDUCE
9
Bus stations. : DEPOTS
10
Brazilian coin. : CENTAVO
11
His: Fr. : ALUI
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Sun Valley gear. : SKIS
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Lett's neighbor. : ESTH
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Marble. : TAW
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Leaflet. : TRACT
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Puts one's foot in one's mouth. : GOOFS
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Extravagant. : OUTRE
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Eisenhower's mother. : IDA
29
Certain currency. : TENS
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Completely. : ALTOGETHER
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Bridge hand. : NORTH
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Rendezvous. : TRYST
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Shade of red. : RUBY
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Disclose, as news. : BREAK
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Inhabitant: Suffix. : ESE
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Octaves. : EIGHTHS
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"Somebody Up There ___." : LIKESME
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Hawkshaw. : SLEUTH
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Seek redress. : SUE
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___ nous. : ENTRE
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Pipe-smoker's tool. : TAMP
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Ancient lyre. : ASOR
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Place. : SITE
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Gratify completely. : SATE
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Put up, as drapes. : HUNG
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Within: Prefix. : ENDO
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___ bono (for whose benefit?): Lat. : CUI

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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