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New York Times, Wednesday, March 10, 1965

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Min Word Len: 4, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 301 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,701
Across
1. Hyacinth-to-be. : BULB
5. Patron saint of Norway. : OLAF
9. Hit a high fly. : SKIED
14. Wing-shaped. : ALAR
15. Biblical peak. : NEBO
16. Earth: Lat. : TERRA
17. Fad. : RAGE
18. Incessantly. : EVER
19. Pardon, as sins. : REMIT
20. Volley, as of denunciation. : BROADSIDE
22. Wasting no time. : APACE
23. Prompts. : CUES
24. In vogue. : CHIC
26. Seal of official approval. : CACHET
29. One kind of love. : PLATONIC
33. Parcel out. : ALLOT
34. Blob, as of cream. : CLOT
35. "The ___ of Venice." : MOOR
36. Musical sign. : CLEF
37. River of Idaho. : BOISE
38. Ocote or piñon. : PINE
39. Great deal: Colloq. : HEAP
40. Jane Austen heroine. : ANNE
41. Count, of music. : BASIE
42. Prayer. : ENTREATY
44. Hereditary. : LINEAL
45. Earthenware jar. : OLLA
46. Object of knightly devotion. : LADY
47. Belief. : DOGMA
50. Front-page topic. : CRIMEWAVE
55. Be in store. : AWAIT
56. Accept. : TAKE
57. Joss, for example. : IDOL
58. Having high opacity. : DENSE
59. Just as. : EVEN
60. Cauda. : TAIL
61. Moved gradually. : EDGED
62. Tooth: Fr. : DENT
63. Irish statesman-author. : HYDE
Down
1. Sharpness. : BARB
2. Adjective suffix. : ULAR
3. Lake: Sp. : LAGO
4. Type of court action. : BREACHOFPROMISE
5. Tennis term. : ONESET
6. Popular garment. : LEVIS
7. Retired. : ABED
8. Debar. : FORECLOSE
9. Bosporus. : STRAIT
10. Court. : KEEPCOMPANYWITH
11. Elizabeth Seal stage portrayal. : IRMA
12. Patron saint of Sweden. : ERIC
13. Calendar entry. : DATE
21. One kind of song. : DUET
25. Dislike. : HATE
26. Hiding place. : CACHE
27. Author of "Anthony Adverse." : ALLEN
28. Attachment to a shoe sole. : CLEAT
29. Roman naturalist. : PLINY
30. Clangor. : NOISE
31. City in Michigan. : IONIA
32. Basket of a kind. : CREEL
34. Got in touch with, new style. : CONTACTED
37. Canaanite deity. : BAAL
41. Tarry. : BIDE
43. Euphoric. : ELATED
44. Jeremiad. : LAMENT
46. Compare. : LIKEN
47. Florida county. : DADE
48. Was belolden to. : OWED
49. Workers' group. : GANG
51. Kind of review. : RAVE
52. Call it ___. : ADAY
53. Nullify. : VOID
54. "___ et Lui," George Sand novel. : ELLE

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

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