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New York Times, Thursday, March 2, 1967

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: 330 (avg 1.75)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,410
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1. Kind of book. : TOME
5. Certain paintings. : DALIS
10. Ends' partner. : ODDS
14. ___ the finish. : INAT
15. Lacking sense. : INANE
16. Part of a yard. : FOOT
17. Disparaging. : PEJORATIVE
19. Conifer. : PINE
20. Italian numeral. : UNO
21. Son of Ruth. : OBED
22. Sun Valley facility. : SKITOW
24. Entrances. : PORTALS
26. School groups. : PTAS
27. Passably. : SOSO
28. Historical novel by Sienkiewicz. : QUOVADIS
32. Crouch close to the ground. : SQUAT
34. VOA's sponsor. : USIA
35. ___ loss. : ATA
36. Resign: Colloq. : QUIT
37. Hush! : WHIST
39. Name of 12 Popes. : PIUS
40. Cambridge school. : MIT
41. Pert miss. : CHIT
42. Shrill cries. : YELPS
43. With no loss of equilibrium. : INSTRIDE
45. Stylish: Slang. : TONY
46. Thin vapor. : HAZE
47. Bring together: Colloq. : ROUNDUP
50. Composure. : APLOMB
53. Desolate. : LORN
54. W. W. II agency. : OPA
55. Kind of mixed drink. : SOUR
56. Makes excuses. : APOLOGIZES
59. Tittle. : IOTA
60. Braves and Indians. : NINES
61. Camp out. : TENT
62. Bend. : FLEX
63. Silly ones. : GEESE
64. Prince's nickname. : ANDY
1. Kind of theater seat. : TIPUP
2. ___ trump. : ONENO
3. Spades and hearts. : MAJORSUITS
4. Initials of 1944–45. : ETO
5. Old Nick, in Madrid. : DIABLO
6. Feeds the kitty. : ANTES
7. Put down. : LAID
8. List of goods: Abbr. : INV
9. Takes care of. : SEESTOIT
10. Tower ___. : OFPISA
11. Old Dutch coin. : DOIT
12. "The King can ___ wrong." : DONO
13. Goulash. : STEW
18. Dinner dish. : ROAST
23. Polynesian beverage. : KAVA
25. Exactly. : TOAT
26. Kitty. : PUSS
28. Positively. : QUITE
29. Calisthenics. : DAILYDOZEN
30. Live ___. : ITUP
31. Talk from 41 Across. : SASS
32. Measure of area: Abbr. : SQMI
33. One of five: Colloq. : QUIN
37. Excellent: Slang. : WHIZBANG
38. Keep secret. : HIDE
39. State: Abbr. : PENN
41. Pack tight. : CRAM
42. Mormon leader. : YOUNG
44. Chest. : THORAX
45. Knobbed. : TOROSE
47. Parts. : ROLES
48. Turn, in a way. : UPEND
49. Meat pie. : PASTY
50. Quasi. : ASIF
51. Game. : POOL
52. Guitar's ancestor. : LUTE
53. Isolated. : LONE
57. Menu item. : PIE
58. Call ___ day. : ITA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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