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New York Times, Wednesday, March 30, 1955

Author: Cora Goodman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
Cora Goodman has 50 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,101
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1. Cellist Piatigorsky. : GREGOR
7. Turkish titles. : PASHAS
13. Fanciful musing. : REVERIE
15. Popular Italian dish. : RAVIOLI
16. Sustenance. : ALIMENT
17. Sluggishness. : INERTIA
18. Airfoils. : FINS
19. An old countrywoman. : GAMMER
21. Hydraulic ___. : RAM
22. Sleuth: Slang. : TEC
23. Actress Haydon. : JULIE
24. The ones there. : THOSE
26. Balance the score. : EVENUP
28. Authors' copies. : MSS
30. Poems. : ODES
31. Met again. : RESAT
32. Describing a turned up nose. : RETROUSSE
34. Actress Daniel. : BEBE
36. Vast ages. : EONS
37. Bank customer. : DEPOSITOR
41. Denominations. : SECTS
45. Saracen. : ARAB
46. Eucalyptus. : GUM
47. Summering place. : RESORT
48. Damp. : MOIST
50. Fasten securely. : RIVET
52. Gibbon. : LAR
53. Printed notices: Colloq. : ADS
54. Raved. : RANTED
56. English essayist. : ELIA
57. Woven edge of material. : SELVAGE
59. Finishes carefully, in sewing. : NEATENS
61. Worked dough. : KNEADED
62. Infers. : DEDUCES
63. Woman's page features. : STYLES
64. Master: Fr. : MAITRE
1. Maker of illicit profit. : GRAFTER
2. Bring help to. : RELIEVE
3. Shows. : EVINCES
4. Briolettes. : GEMS
5. Pitchblende. : ORE
6. Phone. : RINGUP
7. Piece of glass. : PANE
8. Prevent. : AVERT
9. Eden's new title. : SIR
10. "Souped-up" cars. : HOTRODS
11. Identity disguises. : ALIASES
12. Southeastern Asians. : SIAMESE
14. And others: Abbr. : ETAL
15. Minor poet. : RIMESTER
20. Buffoon. : MIME
23. Invaders of England, 5th cen. : JUTES
25. Business firms. : HOUSES
27. Men of great wealth. : NABOBS
29. Sign of theatrical success. : SRO
32. Yielded. : RETURNED
33. Beginning. : ONSET
35. Noble. : BIG
37. Table linens. : DAMASKS
38. Causing rust. : ERODENT
39. Scottish city famous for a distinctive cloth. : PAISLEY
40. Leave out. : OMIT
42. Assemble. : COLLECT
43. Coach. : TRAINER
44. Berlin thoroughfare. : STRASSE
47. Make good. : REDEEM
49. Exchange of goods. : TRADE
51. Sell. : VEND
55. Reaches four-score. : AGES
56. Needle case. : ETUI
58. C. D. Chief Peterson. : VAL
60. Oklahoma city. : ADA

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