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New York Times, Saturday, May 22, 1965

20-Across : Musical instrument for chefs.

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 45, Avg Word Len: 4.62, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 52, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 8, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,774
Across
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Washes down. : HOSES
6
Fade. : EBB
9
Fairy queen. : MAB
12
___ nous. : ENTRE
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Lady of classic lyrics. : LAURA
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Greek letter. : ETA
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Musical instrument coopers would like. : BARRELORGAN
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Inter ___. : NOS
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Finial. : EPI
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Musical instrument for chefs. : KETTLEDRUMS
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Herb. : ANISE
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West German state. : HESSE
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Football players. : RGS
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Johnny ___. : REB
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Isolated rock. : SCAR
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Railings outside windows. : BALCONETS
36
___ shoestring. : ONA
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Mature. : AGE
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Old French coin. : ECU
40
Astronaut's "all's well." : AOK
41
Pony. : NAG
42
___ nutshell. : INA
43
Average breeze direction for a brass instrumentalist. : WINDDRIFT
46
Actor from Australia. : MUNI
48
Casey et al. : DRS
49
A fish, the yellow ide. : ORF
51
Anatomical sac. : BURSA
54
Pontifical. : PAPAL
56
Shrubby plant for brass instrumentalists. : TRUMPETWEED
60
Hidden mike: Slang. : BUG
62
Musical month: Abbr. : MAR
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Ocarina. : SWEETPOTATO
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Military base: Abbr. : AFB
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Time periods. : YEARS
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Yearner. : PINER
68
Evenings: Abbr. : NTS
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Ship levels: Abbr. : DKS
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Bear of a kind. : TEDDY
Down
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Goddess of youth. : HEBE
2
Equal. : ONAPAR
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Vegetable for violinists. : STRINGBEAN
4
Make a fluff. : ERR
5
Pursues. : SEEKS
6
Clayey. : EARTHEN
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Trimmings for brass instruments. : BUGLEBEADS
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Hills of the Highlands. : BRAES
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Bill of fare. : MENU
10
Minute quantity. : ATOM
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Fish for F clef readers. : BASS
13
Real estate parcel. : LOT
14
Connective words. : ANDS
17
Light-Horse Harry. : LEE
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___ judicata. : RES
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O. T. Book: Abbr. : ISA
26
Food for certain singers. : ROUNDSTEAK
28
Loot, apparently in opposition to the orchestra. : CONTRABAND
29
Santa ___. : ANA
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Duster liked by jazz men. : RAG
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Author Wallace. : LEW
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3rd cen. date. : CCI
34
Rocky hill top. : TOR
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Snow shoe. : SKI
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Intent. : AIM
38
African antelope. : GNU
44
Underclothes. : DRAWERS
45
Dandy. : FOP
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Type of ballistic missile. : IBM
50
Pan could have done this to ruffles. : FLUTED
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___-daisy. : UPSY
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Marry again. : REWED
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Vigor: Colloq. : PEP
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Choose. : ADOPT
56
Government worker. : TMAN
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Float. : RAFT
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City: Lat. : URBS
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14 Down, in France. : ETS
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Sanguinary. : GORY
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Game score makes good musical symbol. : TIE

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

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