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New York Times, Friday, March 4, 1966

42-Down : Without restraint.

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.14, Missing: { P X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1966, The New York TimesNo. 6,047
Across
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Pelee product. : LAVA
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Downcast exclamation. : ALAS
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Merry prank. : LARK
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Shut out. : BLANK
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Hebrew letter. : TETH
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Spanish town near French border. : IRUN
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Chauvinist. : JINGO
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French comedian. : TATI
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In ___. : TOTO
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Needed: Abbr. : REQ
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Cry from the back row. : LOUDER
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Ludwig. : EMIL
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Frog. : ANURAN
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Captivate. : ENTHRALL
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Man's name meaning champion. : NEIL
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Loving. : FOND
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Parts of the desert scene. : OASES
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Yielding of territory. : CESSION
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Asian sea. : ARAL
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Royal initials. : HSH
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Balderdash. : ROT
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Negative conjunction. : NOR
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Suffix with new or old. : ISH
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Stone: Suffix. : LITH
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Rhythm : CADENCE
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Valve instruments. : TUBAS
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Pitcher. : EWER
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Latin-American measure. : VARA
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Considering everything. : ASAWHOLE
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Effaced. : ERASED
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Become undulated. : CURL
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Shipworm. : TEREDO
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Teleost fish. : EEL
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Edge: Fr. : OREE
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Ornithologist's concern. : AVES
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"East ___." : LYNNE
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Tamper (with). : MESS
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Lease figure. : RENT
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Wicks of a kind. : FUSES
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Fine ___. : ARTS
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Relative of inst. : ULTO
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Degrees in education. : MEDS
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Texas landmark. : LBJRANCH
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Receivers of property. : ALIENEES
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Subdue. : VANQUISH
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Sharp-cornered: Abbr. : ANG
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Aleutian isle. : ATTU
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Sluggish. : LEADEN
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Teacher's concern. : ATTENDANCE
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Garment. : SHIRT
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Prosaic. : LITERAL
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Fragrances. : AROMAS
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Lustrous, dark-red mineral. : RUTILE
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Small hills. : KNOLLS
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Pop ingredient. : KOLA
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Walking. : ONFOOT
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Literary initials. : RLS
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Store up. : HOARD
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Square. : ONTHELEVEL
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Celts. : IRISH
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Uttered deep, loud sounds. : ROARED
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To some extent. : INASENSE
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Hidden. : SCREENED
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Like Irving's horseman. : HEADLESS
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Without restraint. : LAWLESS
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Miss St. Clare. : EVA
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Seaport in Washington. : TACOMA
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Money lender. : USURER
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Simplest. : BAREST
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Verbal contraction. : WERENT
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Hokkaido port. : OTARU
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Name akin to Rudolph. : ROLF
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This thing: Sp. : ESTO
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Eater's exclamation, in part. : YUM

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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