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New York Times, Monday, February 5, 1962

Author: Madeline Corse
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J K Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 254 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,588
Across Down
1. Edible seaweeds. : LAVERS
7. Subjoin. : APPEND
13. Mid-East country. : LEBANON
14. One expressing audible contempt. : SNORTER
15. Galli-Curci. : AMELITA
16. Capped, as a mushroom. : PILEATE
17. Whimpered. : PULED
18. Planet discovered in 1930. : PLUTO
20. Pounds, shillings, pence. : LSD
21. Ready: Fr. : PRET
22. In running order. : OPERANT
24. Public road. : STREET
26. Passageway. : AISLE
30. Watering place. : SPA
33. Boathouse gear. : OARS
34. Skull part. : INION
35. Foreign Service officers. : CONSULS
37. Sneaky coward. : DASTARD
39. Ludicrous. : ANTIC
40. ___ majesty. : LESE
41. Kildare, Casey, etc. : MDS
42. Under: Poet. : NEATH
43. Compulsion. : DURESS
45. Biblical land. : SAMARIA
47. Pound down. : TAMP
51. Kinsman. : SIB
54. Baseball teams. : NINES
55. Generous act. : FAVOR
56. Foot pedal. : TREADLE
58. Resemble. : IMITATE
60. Comes into view. : EMERGES
61. Bags. : VALISES
62. Clergyman. : PASTOR
63. Chooses. : ELECTS
1. Monkey's cousin. : LEMUR
2. White poplar. : ABELE
3. Hotel employes. : VALETS
4. Lady of Camelot. : ENID
5. Rubbish! : ROT
6. Food fish of warm seas. : SNAPPERS
7. Santa ___ Handicap. : ANITA
8. Slow-tempo dances. : POLONAISES
9. Before: Prefix. : PRE
10. Useful Latin abbreviation. : ETAL
11. Seines. : NETS
12. ___ Scott. : DRED
13. European. : LAPP
14. Sudden spell of activity. : SPURT
19. Sediment. : LEES
22. By word of mouth. : ORAL
23. Delicate color. : TINT
25. Precarious state of affairs. : TOUCHANDGO
27. Mongkut's land. : SIAM
28. Title. : LORD
29. Concludes. : ENDS
30. Determine the rhythm of. : SCAN
31. Cornbread. : PONE
32. Architectural pier. : ANTA
36. Convenes. : SITS
37. Ridiculing. : DERISIVE
38. Cruising. : ASEA
40. Artificial bait. : LURE
43. Hamlet and others. : DANES
44. Noise of a sort. : STATIC
46. Track contestant. : MILER
48. Stop!: Naut. : AVAST
49. Specks of dust. : MOTES
50. Executive: Abbr. : PRES
51. Degree. : STEP
52. Broadway heroine. : IRMA
53. Symbols of industry. : BEES
55. Move in a line. : FILE
57. Poetic verb form. : ART
59. ___ de mer. : MAL

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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