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Louise Earnest
Louise Earnest

New York Times, Wednesday, March 22, 1961

Author:
Louise Earnest
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q U X }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
Louise Earnest has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,268

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Door fastening. : HASP
5
Atmospheric phenomenon. : HAZE
9
Type of TV show. : PILOT
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Useful Latin abbreviation. : ETAL
15
Frank. : OPEN
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Very coldly. : ICILY
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Singer Berger. : ERNA
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Theatrical headliner of 1942. : MRSMINIVER
20
Chinese nut. : LITCHI
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Prong. : TINE
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Suffix denoting nationality. : ESE
24
Hymns to Apollo. : PAEANS
26
Jacques ___, better known as Mr. Hulot. : TATI
28
Theatrical headliner of 1959. : MRPENNYPACKER
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___ standstill. : ATA
35
___ Canals, between Michigan and Ontario. : SOO
36
Medium's act. : TRANCE
37
Not verbose. : TERSE
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Took the palm. : WON
42
Cuts. : SLITS
43
___ belt. : ORIONS
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___ de guerre. : NOM
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Procured. : GOT
48
Popular TV program of the 1950's. : MRANDMRSNORTH
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Let it stand. : STET
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Concedes. : ADMITS
55
Peak in Nepal. : API
58
Expressions of contentment. : AAHS
60
"___ a dagger which I see before me?" : ISTHIS
62
TV character of the 1950's. : MISSBROOKS
65
Dial ___. : TONE
66
Division of a corolla. : PETAL
67
One way to say "no." : NYET
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Arm of the sea, in Scotland. : LOCH
69
Shoulder piece. : STOLE
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Rational. : SANE
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River into the Fulda. : EDER
Down
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Part of a pump. : HEEL
2
Off the bottom, as an anchor. : ATRIP
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Ship in recent headlines. : SANTAMARIA
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Deposit of gravel containing gold. : PLACER
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Men. : HOMINES
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Calendar abbreviation. : APR
7
Piquancy (from French for orange peel). : ZEST
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Hostility. : ENMITY
9
Brown soap ingredients. : PINETARS
10
___ on parle français. : ICI
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Type of TV show. : LIVE
12
Shouts in the plaza de toros. : OLES
13
Appurtenance for a lorry. : TYRE
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Awkward. : INAPT
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Chance: Archaic. : HAP
25
Hiemal symbol. : SNOW
27
Adjective suffix. : ICAL
29
High times. : NOONS
30
What flourished at Camelot. : KNIGHTHOOD
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Word element meaning "outside." : ECTO
32
Musical sign. : REST
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Scientist's concern. : ATOM
34
Abbreviation useful in the 1800's. : TERR
38
Members of the family. : SONS
39
Living room item. : ENDTABLE
41
Name for a ninth child. : NONA
44
Blur. : SMEAR
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Maker of fashionable clothes. : MODISTE
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Titles for some civic officials: Abbr. : RTHONS
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Abbreviation in apartment ads. : RMS
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Small particle. : TITTLE
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Between then and now. : SINCE
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Electrician's concern. : AMPS
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Magpie. : PIET
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Math students' phrase. : ISTO
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Oriental staple. : SOYA
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Very: Ger. : SEHR
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___ soda. : SAL
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Mental perception. : KEN

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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