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New York Times, Friday, March 11, 1966

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,054

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Part of a car. : COWL
5
Foot movement. : GAIT
9
Old English poet. : SCOP
13
Upolu's seaport. : APIA
14
Pained cry. : OUCH
15
European capital. : HAGUE
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Covered with evergreens. : PINY
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Carefree state. : BREEZINESS
20
No ___ (very much). : END
21
Dressmaker's term. : BIAS
22
Install in office. : INVEST
23
Windhover. : KESTREL
25
Magnani. : ANNA
26
Frau's domain. : HAUS
27
Paragon. : NONESUCH
31
Pull-over. : SHIRT
33
Sensational. : LURID
34
Greek letter. : PHI
35
Drives a slanted nail. : TOES
36
Italian physicist. : VOLTA
37
Zoo feature. : LION
38
Leatherworker's tool. : AWL
39
Lily. : CALLA
40
Breakfast fare: Colloq. : DONUT
41
Campers' gear. : BEDROLLS
43
Clump of grass. : TUFT
44
Knives used by Eskimo women. : ULUS
45
Conversational theme. : WEATHER
48
Like farm land. : ARABLE
51
Pennsylvania product. : COAL
52
___ de vie. : EAU
53
Storms, nautical style. : NOREASTERS
55
Jokes of a kind. : GAGS
56
Abruptly: Colloq. : SPANG
57
Concerning. : INRE
58
Awning. : TILT
59
Different. : ELSE
60
Baseball name. : MAYS
61
Card. : TREY
Down
1
Czech playwright. : CAPEK
2
Suppose. : OPINE
3
Protective device of a kind. : WINDSHIELD
4
Ballad. : LAY
5
Warm-water fish. : GOBIES
6
Of hearing. : AURAL
7
Desserts. : ICES
8
What "el" means. : THE
9
Climbed (a rope, pole, etc.) : SHINNED
10
Painting. : CANVAS
11
Molding. : OGEE
12
Mother Goose character. : PUSS
16
Part of i.e. : EST
19
Aster's relative. : ZINNIA
21
Dry, a champagne. : BRUT
24
Crew of the Pinafore. : TARS
25
Artery. : AORTA
27
Cancels. : NULLS
28
Unsettled. : UPINTHEAIR
29
Chinese dynasty. : CHOU
30
Allusion. : HINT
31
Try: Colloq. : STAB
32
American poet. : HOWE
33
Lounges. : LOLLS
36
Degrees of excellence. : VALUES
37
Attic. : LOFT
39
Surrealist picture. : COLLAGE
40
___ personality. : DUAL
42
Flemish painter. : RUBENS
43
Importunes. : TEASES
45
Angst. : WORRY
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Golf score. : EAGLE
47
Unpracticed. : RUSTY
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Reply: Abbr. : ANS
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Hawser. : ROPE
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Sea of Asia. : ARAL
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Supper: It. : CENA
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Fictional lad. : TIM
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Drops, in pharmacy: Abbr. : GTT

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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