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TIME OF ONE'S LIFE

New York Times, Sunday, May 6, 1962

Author:
Sidney Lambert
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.23, Missing: { J K Q }, Scrabble score: 563 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 117, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
Sidney Lambert has 114 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,678
Across
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Inclined. : ATILT
6
Playbill listing. : ACTI
10
Dutch West Indies isle. : ARUBA
15
Calls for silence. : TSTS
19
Daises. : PODIA
20
Diana's symbol. : MOON
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Genoese officials. : DOGES
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Form of energy. : HEAT
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Period of infancy. : SWADDLINGCLOTHES
26
Color. : ECRU
27
Norse goddess. : EIR
28
Bouquet. : POSY
29
Be inactive. : LAZE
30
Fur. : RACCOON
32
Office help: Colloq. : STENOGS
34
Transport: Colloq. : TOTE
35
Press. : IRON
36
French pronoun. : ILS
37
Affectionate. : LOVING
39
Balderdash: Slang. : FLUBDUB
42
Representation. : IMAGE
45
Red Sea land. : YEMEN
46
Parts. : ROLES
48
Auditor. : CPA
49
Yearn (for). : SIGH
50
___ Law, British statesman. : BONAR
51
Fought. : BOXED
52
Booted. : SHOD
53
Noun suffix. : ITE
54
Bear. : BRUIN
55
Disseminated. : SOWED
56
Have ___ (be inclined). : AMIND
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Came furtively. : STOLEIN
59
Taking part. : SHARING
61
Nautical command. : BELAY
62
Lively dance. : FLING
63
Jackson's Secy. of War. : EATON
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Set solidly. : EMBED
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Fortification work. : REDAN
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Culinary action. : BASTING
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Canine controls. : LEASHES
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Baker's concoction. : ICING
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Grant entree. : LETIN
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Couples. : PAIRS
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Chemical suffix. : OLE
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Moreover. : ALSO
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Gateway to a Buddhist temple. : TORAN
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Soft fabric. : PANNE
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Gloomy. : DOUR
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Fond du ___. : LAC
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Grow rapidly (with "up"). : SHOOT
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Current. : GOING
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Advance furtively. : SIDLE
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___ bass. : STRIPED
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Without end: Archaic. : ETERNE
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Falstaff's follower. : NYM
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Sufficiently, old style. : ENOW
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Pied Piper's victims. : RATS
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Compass point, in short. : NOREAST
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Repetitive sound. : RATATAT
100
Elfin being. : PERI
101
Small monkey. : TITI
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Tea. : CHA
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Moslem title. : AMIR
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Seven ages in toto. : THREESCOREANDTEN
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Go up. : ZOOM
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Muse. : ERATO
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Auditory. : OTIC
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Europeans. : GAULS
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River in Austria. : ENNS
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___ the mill. : RUNOF
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Heraldic décor. : SEME
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Sufficiently. : AMPLY
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Bishop's thrones. : APSES
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Namely. : TOWIT
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"___ say." : IDARE
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Cover. : LID
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Amphibian. : TADPOLE
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Beside the mark. : AMISS
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Rabbit. : CONY
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Dress (out). : TOG
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Prosperous. : INCLOVER
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A dime ___. : ADOZEN
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Fixed course. : ROTE
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Exclamation. : UGH
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Kvass. : BEER
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Set on. : ASSAILED
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On ___, as corn. : THECOB
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Time of dotage. : SECONDCHILDHOOD
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Elephant's ear. : TARO
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Bemuse. : STUN
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Flight records. : LOGS
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School subject. : LATIN
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Shank: Anat. : CRUS
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Almost. : NIGH
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Come ___ (reach one's majority). : TOMANSESTATE
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Soft: Prefix. : LENI
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Youthful experience. : GROWINGPAINS
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Lad. : FLEDGELING
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"When you wish ___ star . . . " : UPONA
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TV villain: Slang. : BADDY
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Egyptian goddess. : ISIS
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Baseball gear. : MITT
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Adulthood, in legal phrase. : AGEOFDISCRETION
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Youth. : YOUNGBLOOD
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Quadrupeds. : OXEN
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Stick of a fan. : BRIN
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Soap ingredient. : BORON
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Ducks. : SMEES
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Mortal. : BEING
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Participated: Colloq. : SATIN
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Fathers. : ABBAS
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Vaquero's milieu. : LLANO
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Throw one's ___ the ring. : HATIN
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Simple. : MERE
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Moroccan coins. : RIALS
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Applause. : ECLAT
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Air: Prefix. : AERO
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Jewish month. : ELUL
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Withered. : SERE
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11-year-old Princess. : ANNE
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"___ Babies." : THEWATER
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Colonnades. : PORTICOS
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Coin. : DIME
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Locality. : SPOT
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High and low. : GEARS
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Spring flower. : SYRINGA
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Up ___. : INARMS
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___ life. : TREEOF
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Observe: Lat. : NOTA
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Relative. : NIECE
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Misbehave. : ACTUP
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Conch. : SHELL
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Bitter plant. : TANSY
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Demolish. : RAZE
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King of Judah. : AMON
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Via, for short. : THRU
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Character in "Henry IV." : PETO
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Defeat: Colloq. : TRIM
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Managed. : RAN
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Noun suffix. : OTE
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Stop up. : DAM

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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