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New York Times, Wednesday, April 15, 1964

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,372

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Across
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Kidney-shaped nut. : CASHEW
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Sacred month of the Moslem year. : RAMADAN
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Part of the street scene. : MANHOLE
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Improve culturally. : ELEVATE
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Relating to summer. : ESTIVAL
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Part of English jurisdiction after 886. : DANELAW
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First name in TV. : STEVE
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Wanton look. : LEER
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Brew. : ALE
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Reasonable. : SANE
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Operation-launching time. : DDAY
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Type of picture. : STILL
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Jewish month. : ADAR
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Overly optimistic. : ROSEATE
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Vamoose! : GIT
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Dandy's partner. : FINE
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Name of fame in ancient Rome. : MARCUS
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Equivocal. : EVASIVE
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With no exceptions. : BARNONE
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Isotonic solution. : SALINE
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What Luther was, in 1505. : MONK
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Hour, in Italy. : ORA
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Presidential first name. : MILLARD
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Gush forth. : SPEW
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Swings around a pivot. : SLUES
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Field. : AREA
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That: Fr. : CELA
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Bird. : HEN
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Rain check. : STUB
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Jeweler's term. : CARAT
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Shake up. : AGITATE
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Quarantine. : ISOLATE
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Palace in E part of Rome. : LATERAN
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Passerine bird. : TANAGER
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Factor. : ELEMENT
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Emulate the angry man. : SEERED
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Norma's famous aria. : CASTADIVA
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Before birth. : ANTENATAL
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Tremble. : SHIVER
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Lifted, as an anchor. : HOVE
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Qua ___ (here and there): It. : ELA
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One way to serve steak. : WELLDONE
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A fish, the rudd. : REDEYE
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Winglike. : ALAR
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People. : MEN
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Forum greeting. : AVE
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Epithet for the Lama. : DALAI
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In any way. : ATALL
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Balustrade post. : NEWEL
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Those commercials. : MESSAGES
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Effortlessness. : EASE
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Stuff and nonsense. : DRIVEL
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Sharply delineated. : STARK
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Sea bird. : TERN
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One of Peregrine Pickle's conquests. : AMANDA
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The end. : FINIS
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Barrel factory. : COOPERAGE
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Lacking consanguinity. : UNRELATED
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Brine. : SEAWATER
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Record-holding runner. : SIME
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Tools for drilling rock. : BOREBITS
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Japanese merchant ship. : MARU
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Potentially active. : LATENT
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Arranged like a ladder. : SCALAR
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Fissile rock. : SHALE
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Statutory. : LEGAL
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Get together. : UNITE
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Musial. : STAN
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Volcano's peak. : CONE
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Pro ___. : TEM
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Continue. : ARE
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So: Scot. : SAE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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