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New York Times, Thursday, April 18, 1968

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 333 (avg 1.78)
Open Squares: 61, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1968, The New York TimesNo. 6,823
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1. Still ___. : LIFES
6. Where Surabaja is. : JAVA
10. Tia's title: Abbr. : SRA
13. South Sea feature. : ATOLL
14. Kitchen feature. : OVEN
15. Pueblo Indian. : HOPI
17. Ionian island. : CORFU
18. Preside. : HOLDCOURT
20. Wind direction. : ENE
21. Girl's name. : DONNA
23. Exhorts. : URGES
24. Watchful one. : ARGUS
26. Carousals. : SPREES
28. Beacon, for one. : STREET
30. Cephalopod. : SQUID
31. Partner of house. : HOME
32. Mate. : SPOUSE
34. Dickens character. : PIP
37. Not up. : ABED
38. Hours. : TIMES
39. Disguise the meaning. : CODE
40. United. : WED
41. Effervescent: Colloq. : BREEZY
42. Sheltered. : ALEE
43. Parisian police: Slang. : FLICS
44. Subterrane. : CELLAR
46. Predicament. : SCRAPE
48. Negligently. : LAXLY
49. Estate. : ACRES
50. Put down. : WRITE
52. "Where ___?" : AMI
55. Something to wear. : HOUSECOAT
57. ___ the moon. : MANIN
59. Unique: Abbr. : SPEC
60. Ensemble: Abbr. : ORCH
61. City in Byelorussia. : PINSK
62. W. W. II arena. : ETO
63. Terrier. : SKYE
64. Memorable actor. : TRACY
1. Cluny. : LACE
2. Pour ___ (go all out). : ITON
3. Prepared. : FOREARMED
4. Wee one. : ELF
5. Muddy sediment. : SLUDGE
6. ___ Hopkins. : JOHNS
7. Eden's earldom. : AVON
8. Spanish painter. : VELASQUEZ
9. To boot. : AND
10. Bolstered (up). : SHORED
11. Cosmetic. : ROUGE
12. After: Fr. : APRES
16. Pronoun. : ITS
19. Great name in science. : CURIE
22. Overtake. : OUTSTRIP
25. Orchestra instrument. : REED
27. Tabby. : PUSSYCAT
28. Nobelist in literature, 1925. : SHAW
29. ___ sure. : TOBE
30. Suffixes with two or three. : SOMES
33. One way to earn. : PIECEWORK
34. Optimist, 1913 style. : POLLYANNA
35. Concept. : IDEA
36. Equal. : PEER
39. Invitation. : CALL
41. World-weary. : BLASE
43. Painting. : FRESCO
45. Privileged. : EXEMPT
46. Latitude. : SCOPE
47. Condiment holder. : CRUET
48. Agile. : LITHE
49. Exclamations of satisfaction. : AHS
51. Zestful. : RACY
53. Catchall abbreviation. : MISC
54. Black. : INKY
56. Kind of lettuce. : COS
58. Make public. : AIR

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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