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New York Times, Thursday, March 18, 1965

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 374 (avg 1.98)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
PS notes: Original 30-Down clue had incorrect accent over "Moliere"; fixed it.
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,709
Across Down
1. Halfhearted. : TEPID
6. Literary light: Abbr. : SHAK
10. Adriatic port. : BARI
14. Air component. : OZONE
15. Department of France. : AUDE
16. Girl's name: Abbr. : ELIZ
17. One kind of music man. : DISKJOCKEY
19. Unvarying. : SAME
20. Intensified exclamation. : OOH
21. Queries. : ASKS
22. Bit player. : EXTRA
24. Army men. : PVTS
25. To the point: Lat. : ADREM
26. Disloyal. : UNTRUE
29. Type of vehicle. : SQUADCAR
32. Reduce gradually. : PARE
33. Dwell in. : OCCUPY
35. 1st cen. date. : LVI
36. Conform (to). : ADAPT
38. Macaw. : ARA
39. Sand bar. : SHOAL
41. Tuck's partner. : NIP
42. Expose. : UNMASK
45. Farm unit. : ACRE
46. Bring to the surface. : DREDGEUP
48. Dissonant. : OFFKEY
50. Aerobatic maneuvers. : ZOOMS
51. Mine entrance. : ADIT
52. American novelist. : WOLFE
53. Growl. : GNAR
54. Heliophile's aim. : TAN
57. Greet. : HAIL
58. One's own legs. : SHANKSMARE
61. Taro root. : EDDO
62. Tiny bit. : IOTA
63. Genus of the yew tree. : TAXUS
64. A little hay. : WISP
65. Stalk. : STEM
66. Diets. : SLIMS
1. Stir. : TODO
2. Memorable Broadway name. : EZIO
3. Swanky. : POSH
4. Stationery item. : INK
5. Psychological illusion, from the French. : DEJAVU
6. Paper bags. : SACKS
7. Guerrilla fighters of Luzon. : HUKS
8. Humorist George. : ADE
9. Tense. : KEYEDUP
10. Outdid. : BESTED
11. Reveille device. : ALARMCLOCK
12. Terza ___. : RIMA
13. Verb ending. : IZE
18. Bone: Prefix. : OSTEO
23. Hospital services. : XRAYS
24. Kind of school. : PREP
25. Popular colors. : AQUAS
26. ___ about. : UPAND
27. Lowest point. : NADIR
28. Geometrical figures. : TRAPEZOIDS
29. Remnant. : SCRAP
30. Miser, in Molière title. : AVARE
31. American poet. : RILEY
34. French writer. : CAMUS
37. ___ war. : TUGOF
40. Part of an ax. : HAFT
43. Just punishment. : NEMESIS
44. 1888 camera trade-mark. : KODAK
47. Large blob. : DOLLOP
49. Unique events. : FIRSTS
51. China Sea region. : ANNAM
52. African ravine. : WADI
53. Attendance. : GATE
54. Move along a runway. : TAXI
55. Jack-in-the-pulpit. : ARUM
56. Noun ending. : NESS
57. Celebrezze's concern: Abbr. : HEW
59. Impetuous. : HOT
60. Bad: Fr. : MAL

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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