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New York Times, Thursday, May 8, 1958

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 299 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,236
Across
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Twofold. : DUAL
5
Maltese. : CAT
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Dull sounds. : THUDS
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Cancel. : UNDO
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Ascend. : UPGO
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Mercutio's friend. : ROMEO
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One of D'Artagnan's fortes. : SWORDPLAY
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Old card game. : OMBER
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Harness ring through which a rein passes. : TERRET
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French policeman. : GENDARME
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Church officer. : DEACON
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Be shifty. : DODGE
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Heavy faced printing type. : IONIC
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Staggered. : REELED
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Describing a porcupine. : SPINY
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Free of dross. : CLEAN
35
Law degree. : LLD
36
Large book. : TOME
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Taunts. : JEERS
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Loveliest of the Pleiades. : MAIA
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Devil's aide. : IMP
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Stoker. : FIRER
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Untidy. : MUSSY
42
Right thinking. : REASON
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Caps worn by French soldiers. : KEPIS
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Gleamed. : SHONE
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Some debutante parties. : DANCES
51
Fabulous serpent or dragon. : BASILISK
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Stylish necklace. : PEARLS
56
In force or operation. : ALIVE
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Viola's twin brother. : SEBASTIAN
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Bacon's companion. : LIVER
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Freshly. : ANEW
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Counting-out word. : EENY
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Knowing: Slang. : LEERY
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Those at a distance: Archaic. : YON
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Ships of W.W. II. : LSTS
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Do housework. : DUST
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Single. : UNWED
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Love deeply. : ADORE
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Alsace-___. : LORRAINE
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Two-chevron man: Abbr. : CPL
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King of Amalek, slain by Samuel. : AGAG
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Trifled (with). : TOYED
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Crushed under the feet. : TRODDEN
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Respect. : HOMAGE
10
Lost and found items. : UMBRELLAS
11
Have an opinion. : DEEM
12
Disgruntled: Colloq. : SORE
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Novelist Sinclair. : UPTON
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___ duck. : DECOY
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Ballerina Kaye's namesakes. : NORAS
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More delicate. : NICER
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Golf club. : CLEEK
28
Yalies. : ELIS
29
June 6, 1944. : DDAY
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Be busy. : STIR
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Fruit. : POME
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Phlegmatic. : IMPASSIVE
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Stumbled. : ERRED
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Spirit in "Arabian Nights." : JINNI
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Sweet wine. : MUSCATEL
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Absurd behavior. : FOOLERY
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Gold ___. : MINES
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Break into many small pieces. : SHIVER
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Yellowish fruit. : PAPAW
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Tractate. : ESSAY
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Relatives of the Manhattans. : ERIES
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Personal attitude: Colloq. : SLANT
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Formal affair for dancing. : BALL
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"I cannot tell ___." : ALIE
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Form of lotto. : KENO
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Upward curves of ship's planks. : SNYS
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Mountain peak, in Scotland. : BEN

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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