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New York Times, Saturday, March 26, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.54, Missing: { J W X }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 100, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,907
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1. An approving or praising mention. : ACCOLADE
9. Kind of daisy. : SHASTA
15. Clichés : BROMIDES
16. Lodging place. : HOSTEL
17. Romantic adage. : LOVECONQUERSALL
19. Concerning. : ANENT
20. Nobles. : DUKES
21. ___ adjudicata. : RES
22. Type of Buddhism. : ZEN
23. Western star Hugh ___. : OBRIAN
25. Street in Chinatown. : MOTT
26. New York time: Abbr. : EST
27. Columbia yells. : ROARS
28. Mustafa Kemal. : PASHA
29. Part song. : GLEE
30. Juvenile, for example. : ACTOR
31. Cooking seasoning. : SAVORY
36. Silver orator and family. : BRYANS
37. The flower. : ELITE
38. Hercules' spouse. : HEBE
41. Like a defective tap. : ADRIP
42. Sections. : AREAS
44. Spanish title. : DON
47. Solicits. : BEGS
48. Henry Morgan, for one. : PIRATE
49. Go off ___ tangent (digress). : ONA
50. Mouth: Comb. form. : ORI
51. Siberian. : TATAR
52. Of a certain continent: Poet. : AFRIC
54. Virgil's original of 17 Across. : OMNIAVINCITAMOR
57. Dressmaking term. : TAILLE
58. Beginning of a news story. : DATELINE
59. Winds one's way. : SNAKES
60. Nocturnally overcast. : STARLESS
1. Fiery. : ABLAZE
2. Weird Sisters. : CRONES
3. Miss Doolittle's Garden. : COVENT
4. Foretoken. : OMEN
5. Bearer of the fasces in ancient Rome. : LICTOR
6. Word in Shakespeare title. : ADO
7. Arboreal. : DENDRAL
8. Word on English envelopes. : ESQUIRE
9. Brightness. : SHEEN
10. ___ de combat. : HORS
11. Quadruped. : ASS
12. Russian village elder. : STAROSTA
13. TV fund-raising event. : TELETHON
14. The best in the League. : ALLSTARS
18. Edict. : UKASE
24. Scary character. : BOGY
25. Anne Sullivan's married name. : MACY
28. It's usually 4. : PAR
31. Sailor's footwear. : SEABOOTS
32. Town official. : ALDERMAN
33. First name of first real American. : VIRGINIA
34. Cole Porter's regretter: Miss ___. : OTIS
35. An agent, for short. : REP
36. Pound. : BEAT
38. Where Port-au-Prince is. : HAITI
39. Lunchtime chores, perhaps. : ERRANDS
40. Panda. : BEARCAT
43. Usher. : SEATER
44. Ahead of an opponent, in golf. : DORMIE
45. Ragout ingredients. : ONIONS
46. Shellfish yielding mother-of-pearl. : NACRES
48. Does road work. : PAVES
51. Word in a Shakespeare title. : TALE
53. Season. : FALL
55. Sort: Colloq. : ILK
56. Suffix in Spanish names. : ITA

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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