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SPACE TIME

New York Times, Sunday, May 27, 1962

Author: E. R. Galli
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 160, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.64, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 718 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 159, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 5, XRef: 5, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 22
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,699
Across Down
1. Thinks, archaically. : TROWS
6. Wood. : ASH
9. Float. : RAFT
13. Cook in a certain way. : BRAISE
19. Athlete of a sort. : SHOTPUTTER
21. Howe. : ELIAS
23. Mechanic's accessory. : OILCAN
24. Florida site. : COCOABEACH
25. Passenger in the news. : COLJOHNGLENN
27. Places of refuge. : ARKS
28. Skin. : PELT
29. Hanks of twine. : RANS
30. Entreats. : BEGS
31. Hoosier humorist. : ADE
32. Deer. : ROE
33. Mop of hair. : MANE
34. Fish dish. : EELS
35. Successor to Claudius I. : NERO
36. See 12 Down. : AGRA
37. Armed vessels. : CUTTERS
39. U. S. satellite. : EXPLORER
41. Argue at the bar. : PLEAD
42. Plumed bird. : EGRET
43. Watchwords. : CRIES
44. Rises from. : EMERGES
47. Reason's partner. : RHYME
48. Auxiliary verb. : SHALL
49. Northern grouse. : PTARMIGANS
52. Punctilious. : PRECISE
54. Man's nickname. : BERT
55. Small sofas. : SETTEES
57. Derby. : HORSERACE
60. Campus VIP. : SENIOR
62. Well-groomed: Fr. : SOIGNE
63. Wine: Prefix. : ENO
64. Dagger. : DIRK
65. Took form: Colloq. : SHAPEDUP
67. Reduces. : PARES
68. Monocle. : LENS
70. Neighbor of 24 Across. : CAPECANAVERAL
73. Dresses, as stone : NIGS
74. Actress Crabtree. : LOTTA
76. Admonition for Jack. : BENIMBLE
77. Ah me! : ALAS
79. Greek letter. : TAU
80. City 165 mi. SW of Paris. : ANGERS
82. Flavors. : AROMAS
83. Dungeon. : BLACKHOLE
85. Typist's job. : STENCIL
87. Mr. Cassini. : OLEG
88. Hasty contrivance. : QUICKIE
89. Enos or Able. : ANTHROPOID
91. Gorse. : FURZE
92. Door parts. : JAMBS
96. Certain writs, in law. : ELEGITS
97. Only. : ALONE
98. Part of the palate. : UVULA
99. Test again. : RETRY
102. Beverage. : LEMONADE
104. Emulated the M boys. : HOMERED
106. Tools. : AXES
107. Contained. : HELD
109. Dyeing vessels. : VATS
110. Perform a pipe-smoker's ritual. : TAMP
111. Hostelry. : INN
112. ___ canto. : BEL
113. String toy. : YOYO
114. Norse name. : NELS
115. Order at 70 Across. : FIRE
116. Commanded. : BADE
117. Vehicle for 25 Across. : ATLASMERCURY
120. Tiros, Echo, etc. : SATELLITES
122. Type of abode. : TEEPEE
123. Spars. : YARDS
124. Gemini capsules, for instance: Colloq. : TWOSEATERS
125. Planetarium. : ORRERY
126. Stain. : BLOT
127. Wrapper: Abbr. : ENV
128. Lock of hair. : TRESS
1. Absolute. : THOROUGH
2. Goddard's field. : ROCKETRY
3. Sioux. : OTOS
4. New Deal agency. : WPA
5. Below normal level. : SUBPAR
6. Part of a Dickens title. : ATALE
7. Following. : SECT
8. ___ Elizabeth II. : HRH
9. Removes from office. : RECALLS
10. Shakespearean king. : ALONSO
11. Son: Fr. : FILS
12. ___ Mahal. : TAJ
13. African antelope. : BONGO
14. Manipulates. : RIGS
15. Any whatever. : ALL
16. Glacial epoch. : ICEAGE
17. Miss Dee. : SANDRA
18. Group of nine. : ENNEAD
19. Less abundant. : SCARCER
20. Certain years. : TEENS
22. More solemn. : SOBERER
26. Pronoun. : HER
29. Turn away. : REPEL
33. Like certain parking spaces. : METERED
34. Banish. : EXILE
35. Roundworm. : NEMATODE
36. Kind of dog. : ALSATIAN
38. Time: Fr. : TEMPS
39. Rub out. : ERASE
40. Bring in, as game. : RETRIEVE
41. Spinning toy. : PEGTOP
43. Pod-bearing plant. : CHICKPEA
45. Apts. : RMS
46. Imparts: Scot. : GIES
48. Beetle. : SCARAB
49. Correspondents. : PENPALS
50. Pygmy. : NEGRITO
51. African state. : SENEGAL
53. Leif's father. : ERIC
54. Tossing toy. : BEANBAG
56. Mr. Hayakawa. : SESSUE
57. Greece. : HELLAS
58. City on the Susquehanna : ONEONTA
59. Famous physicist. : RONTGEN
60. Feigned. : SHAMMED
61. Rusticate. : RURALIZE
65. Superficial knowledge. : SCIOLISM
66. Quirinal edifice. : PALACE
69. Stretching devices for fabrics. : STENTERS
71. Fixed fast. : ENROOTED
72. Need. : LACK
75. Roguishly. : ARCHLY
78. Squaw Valley structure. : SKIJUMP
81. Father: Poet. : SIRE
83. ___ Jones, English painter. : BURNE
84. Pant. : HEAVE
86. Pilot's record. : LOG
88. Prisons: Slang. : QUODS
90. Expose to public scorn. : PILLORY
91. Shoes of a sort. : FLATS
93. Chlorides. : MURIATES
94. Kitchen appliances. : BLENDERS
95. Dejection. : SADNESS
97. Man with couch. : ANALYST
99. Large collar. : RABATO
100. Devonshire city. : EXETER
101. Noted physicist. : TELLER
103. Exaggerate. : OVERDO
104. Lagomorphs. : HARES
105. Western or Spanish. : OMELET
107. Cozy. : HOMEY
108. View. : EYE
110. Cosmonaut. : TITOV
113. River into many puzzles. : YSER
114. Ridge on a coin edge: Var. : NURL
115. Young animal. : FAWN
116. Snack. : BITE
118. See 89 Across. : APE
119. Aviation group. : CAB
120. ___ Therese. : STE
121. Roman god. : LAR

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 15 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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