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New York Times, Friday, June 10, 1960

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { F J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 262 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,983

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Across
1
Cooling device. : ICER
5
Where Nassau is. : BAHAMAS
12
Capitol group. : SENATE
14
First slight beginning. : RUDIMENT
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Diverted. : AMUSED
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Troublemaker of a sort. : AGITATOR
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Candy. : MINT
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Poles of a sort. : STILTS
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Crete's mountains. : IDA
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___ China. : INDO
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Treats. : USES
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Period of time. : WEEK
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Saline drop. : TEAR
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Arouse. : STIR
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By itself: Lat. : PERSE
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Noun suffix. : ENT
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Laborer. : PEON
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Being at a distance: Poet. : YON
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Chief. : STELLAR
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Backdrop. : CURTAIN
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Scottish name. : IAN
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Small talk. : CHAT
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Female rabbit. : DOE
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"___ as a jaybird." : SASSY
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Foreign negative. : NEIN
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Moon goddess. : LUNA
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Two-wheeled carriage. : TRAP
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Stay: Archaic. : BIDE
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Descended. : ALIT
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There: Lat. : IBI
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Island of Malaya. : PENANG
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Utterly destroy. : RAZE
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Firearm. : REPEATER
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Relatives of hogbacks. : ARETES
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Owners of estates in the South. : PLANTERS
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Not extreme. : MODEST
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Footwear. : SANDALS
58
Biblical book. : AMOS
Down
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Overwhelm. : INUNDATE
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Bright star in Gemini. : CASTOR
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Opposite of "hiver." : ETE
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Sunrise hues. : REDS
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Man with a horn. : BUGLER
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Mine tunnels. : ADITS
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Profitable plays. : HITS
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Doctors' group. : AMA
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Profession. : METIER
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Electric terminals. : ANODES
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Line of planking on a ship's hull. : STRAKE
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Rich fabrics of Middle Ages. : SAMITES
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Renowned. : EMINENT
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"A ___ in the Sun." : RAISIN
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Socrates was one. : TUTOR
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Departed. : WENT
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Relative of 36 Across. : SEAN
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Wine. : PORT
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Rialto speciality. : PLAY
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Former monetary unit of China. : YUAN
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Speak imperfectly. : LISP
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French poodle, for example. : CHIEN
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Flatters. : ADULATES
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Reduces to minute parts. : IONIZES
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Most adroit. : NEATEST
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___ of Lebanon. : CEDARS
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Family. : STIRPS
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Scene of victory for Alexander the Great, 331 B. C. : ARBELA
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One of the Marianas. : SAIPAN
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Forty-___. : NINERS
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Texas city. : LAREDO
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Nut palm of Far East. : BETEL
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___-cake. : PATA
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Vasco da ___. : GAMA
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Finis. : END
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Gypsy. : ROM

Answer summary: 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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