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New York Times, Saturday, April 1, 1972

Author: Unknown
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { Q X }
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 2, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1972, The New York TimesNo. 8,267
Across Down
1. One's nature : SELF
5. O'Flaherty : LIAM
9. Florida county : DADE
13. Aerie's relative : LAIR
14. Bacteria : COCCI
15. Poet Pound : EZRA
16. Odd, in Glasgow : ORRA
17. Bathyscaphe's domain : OCEAN
18. Transvaal settler : BOER
19. West Point grads : BLANCHARDANDDAVIS
22. Ship's backbone : KEEL
23. Falls back : EBBS
24. Pooped : ALLIN
26. "When my baby ___ me . . . " : SMILESAT
30. Hand-thresher : FLAIL
31. Stock-market listings : RAILS
32. Two ___ kind : OFA
33. Have ___ on (be intoxicated) : ABUN
34. Estimable person : JEWEL
35. Newgate, e.g. : GAOL
36. German article : DER
37. Con man's victims : DUPES
38. Tomorrow's moths, etc. : PUPAE
39. Coastal region : SEABOARD
41. Earthquake : SEISM
42. Floor covering in Britain : LINO
43. Mild oath : DARN
44. Folksingers : SIMONANDGARFUNKEL
51. See 35 Down : ALEC
52. Nevers of Stanford : ERNIE
53. Deadly sin : ENVY
54. Commonly condensed item : MILK
55. Windmill features : VANES
56. Edgar Cayce, e.g. : SEER
57. Fixin's : EATS
58. Big league: Abbr. : AMER
59. Shriveled : SERE
1. Human eyesore : SLOB
2. Mountbatten, for one : EARL
3. 100 centesimi : LIRA
4. Name on a $100 bill : FRANKLIN
5. Certain train : LOCAL
6. Bakery worker : ICER
7. West Point et al. : ACADEMIES
8. Dressler-Beery alias : MINANDBILL
9. Adulterate : DEBASE
10. Russian sea : AZOV
11. Eins, zwei, ___ : DREI
12. Cauliflower ___ : EARS
14. Myron of films : COHEN
20. Do overhead plastering : CEIL
21. Some hits: Abbr. : DBLS
24. U.S. playwright : ALBEE
25. Gene Tierney role : LAURA
26. Fiddled badly : SAWED
27. Soft and saddle : SOAPS
28. Bubbling : AFOAM
29. Account : TALE
30. Hula hoops and zoot suits, e.g. : FADS
31. Overhaul the computer : REPROGRAM
34. Former Argentine bigwigs : JUANANDEVA
35. Oscar winner of 1957, with 51 Across : GUINNESS
37. Destroy : DOIN
38. Alpaca country : PERU
40. Nursery items : BLOCKS
41. Places for securities : SAFES
43. Paint additive : DRIER
44. Corresponding : SAME
45. Hipbones : ILIA
46. Dissolve : MELT
47. Queenly name : ANNE
48. Jerk or bend : KNEE
49. Anon's partner : EVER
50. Harplike instrument : LYRE

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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