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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 Down
1. 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
21. Genoese officials. : DOGES
22. Form of energy. : HEAT
23. 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
57. Came furtively. : STOLEIN
59. Taking part. : SHARING
61. Nautical command. : BELAY
62. Lively dance. : FLING
63. Jackson's Secy. of War. : EATON
64. Set solidly. : EMBED
66. Fortification work. : REDAN
68. Culinary action. : BASTING
70. Canine controls. : LEASHES
73. Baker's concoction. : ICING
74. Grant entree. : LETIN
75. Couples. : PAIRS
77. Chemical suffix. : OLE
78. Moreover. : ALSO
79. Gateway to a Buddhist temple. : TORAN
80. Soft fabric. : PANNE
81. Gloomy. : DOUR
82. Fond du ___. : LAC
83. Grow rapidly (with "up"). : SHOOT
84. Current. : GOING
85. Advance furtively. : SIDLE
86. ___ bass. : STRIPED
88. Without end: Archaic. : ETERNE
90. Falstaff's follower. : NYM
91. Sufficiently, old style. : ENOW
92. Pied Piper's victims. : RATS
93. Compass point, in short. : NOREAST
97. Repetitive sound. : RATATAT
100. Elfin being. : PERI
101. Small monkey. : TITI
102. Tea. : CHA
103. Moslem title. : AMIR
104. Seven ages in toto. : THREESCOREANDTEN
108. Go up. : ZOOM
109. Muse. : ERATO
110. Auditory. : OTIC
111. Europeans. : GAULS
112. River in Austria. : ENNS
113. ___ the mill. : RUNOF
114. Heraldic décor. : SEME
115. Sufficiently. : AMPLY
1. Bishop's thrones. : APSES
2. Namely. : TOWIT
3. "___ say." : IDARE
4. Cover. : LID
5. Amphibian. : TADPOLE
6. Beside the mark. : AMISS
7. Rabbit. : CONY
8. Dress (out). : TOG
9. Prosperous. : INCLOVER
10. A dime ___. : ADOZEN
11. Fixed course. : ROTE
12. Exclamation. : UGH
13. Kvass. : BEER
14. Set on. : ASSAILED
15. On ___, as corn. : THECOB
16. Time of dotage. : SECONDCHILDHOOD
17. Elephant's ear. : TARO
18. Bemuse. : STUN
24. Flight records. : LOGS
25. School subject. : LATIN
31. Shank: Anat. : CRUS
33. Almost. : NIGH
34. Come ___ (reach one's majority). : TOMANSESTATE
37. Soft: Prefix. : LENI
38. Youthful experience. : GROWINGPAINS
39. Lad. : FLEDGELING
40. "When you wish ___ star . . . " : UPONA
41. TV villain: Slang. : BADDY
42. Egyptian goddess. : ISIS
43. Baseball gear. : MITT
44. Adulthood, in legal phrase. : AGEOFDISCRETION
45. Youth. : YOUNGBLOOD
47. Quadrupeds. : OXEN
50. Stick of a fan. : BRIN
51. Soap ingredient. : BORON
52. Ducks. : SMEES
54. Mortal. : BEING
55. Participated: Colloq. : SATIN
56. Fathers. : ABBAS
58. Vaquero's milieu. : LLANO
60. Throw one's ___ the ring. : HATIN
65. Simple. : MERE
66. Moroccan coins. : RIALS
67. Applause. : ECLAT
69. Air: Prefix. : AERO
71. Jewish month. : ELUL
72. Withered. : SERE
76. 11-year-old Princess. : ANNE
79. "___ Babies." : THEWATER
80. Colonnades. : PORTICOS
81. Coin. : DIME
83. Locality. : SPOT
84. High and low. : GEARS
85. Spring flower. : SYRINGA
87. Up ___. : INARMS
89. ___ life. : TREEOF
90. Observe: Lat. : NOTA
93. Relative. : NIECE
94. Misbehave. : ACTUP
95. Conch. : SHELL
96. Bitter plant. : TANSY
97. Demolish. : RAZE
98. King of Judah. : AMON
99. Via, for short. : THRU
100. Character in "Henry IV." : PETO
101. Defeat: Colloq. : TRIM
105. Managed. : RAN
106. Noun suffix. : OTE
107. 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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