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New York Times, Tuesday, March 14, 1967

Author: Sara V. Tuckerman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 4.75, Missing: { K Q V X }, Scrabble score: 316 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
Sara V. Tuckerman has 40 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,422
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1. Broadway hit. : MAME
5. Bang. : SLAM
9. Fictional child of the Alps. : HEIDI
14. Give ___ up. : ALEG
15. O'Neill's daughter. : OONA
16. Mischa. : ELMAN
17. Famous name in the theater. : PEGGYWOOD
19. Rope. : RIATA
20. Intervals. : SPACES
21. Namesakes of a princess. : MEGS
23. Language: Abbr. : GER
24. Pshaw! : TUT
25. "Arma virumque ___ . . . " : CANO
26. Standard. : NORM
27. Store. : SHOP
29. Criminals collectively. : FELONRY
31. Peruse. : CON
32. Antimacassar. : TIDY
33. French port. : DIEPPE
37. Dyestuff. : ANILINE
39. Garments. : COATEES
40. Period of time. : DECADE
41. Cloy. : PALL
42. Plug or stopper. : TAP
43. Sicilian city. : MESSINA
45. Vehemence. : FURY
46. Term for the "in" set. : CAMP
49. In the mail. : SENT
50. Where La Paz is: Abbr. : BOL
51. Edible root. : OCA
52. Hugo hero. : JEAN
53. Plague. : HARASS
56. City of the U.A.R. : CAIRO
58. Network. : LABYRINTH
60. Whether ___. : ORNOT
61. Tart. : ACID
62. Athletic group. : NCAA
63. Cutting tools. : ADZES
64. George Eliot character. : BEDE
65. Extent of time. : TERM
1. Charts. : MAPS
2. Syrian city. : ALEP
3. Having huge explosive force. : MEGATONIC
4. Piece of china. : EGGCUP
5. Farm animals. : SOWS
6. Card game. : LOO
7. State of being out of place. : ANOMALY
8. ___ bones about. : MADENO
9. Possessive. : HERS
10. Yale. : ELI
11. Adult insect. : IMAGO
12. Type of rubber stamp. : DATER
13. Clasp. : INARM
18. Even now. : YET
22. Canal boat. : GONDOLA
25. Give up. : CEDE
26. U. N. negative. : NYET
27. Marine fish. : SCAD
28. Whetstone. : HONE
29. Strategy. : FINESSE
30. Coin of Iran. : RIAL
32. Time's partner. : TIDE
34. Ill-humor. : PETULANCE
35. Juicy fruit. : PEAR
36. Sight. : ESPY
38. Headlight. : LAMP
39. Tilt. : CANT
41. Ship's boat. : PINNACE
44. Watery workshop. : SEALAB
45. Coin of Hungary. : FORINT
46. Beverage. : COCOA
47. Have ___ up one's sleeve. : ACARD
48. City on the Rhine. : MAINZ
50. Obstacle. : BAR
52. Iotas. : JOTS
53. ___ Park. : HYDE
54. Rigel, for one. : STAR
55. Pretense. : SHAM
57. Fish dish. : ROE
59. Offer. : BID

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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