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New York Times, Thursday, June 12, 1958

Author: Cora Goodman
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 5.47, Missing: { B Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 58, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,271
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1. Named before. : SAID
5. Fragrant volatile oil. : ATTAR
10. Cheated. : ROOKED
12. Inspector of weights and measures. : SEALER
14. Famous Italian castle. : FARNESE
15. Crusader's foe. : SARACEN
17. Stake. : ANTE
18. Candles. : TAPERS
20. Longshoremen's group. : ILA
21. Here: Fr. : ICI
22. European rodents. : LEROTS
23. Town of Judah. : ETAM
24. The things here. : THESE
26. Provoke. : INSTIGATE
28. Persons held as pledges. : HOSTAGES
30. Points of view. : ANGLES
31. The birds, in zoology. : AVES
32. Picnic Area Ahead, for one. : SIGN
33. Essays. : THEMES
36. Solaria. : SUNROOMS
40. Butcher's item. : RUMPSTEAK
42. White heron. : EGRET
43. Little demons. : IMPS
44. Doffs, as a mark of respect. : UNHATS
46. British order: Abbr. : DSO
47. Mon ___ Pierrot. : AMI
48. Toscanini. : ARTURO
49. Ring champion Willard. : JESS
50. Ridiculer. : DERIDER
52. Dispositions. : NATURES
54. Titular hero of Longfellow poem. : REVERE
55. "King Lear" character. : OSWALD
56. Correct judgment. : SENSE
57. Stylish: Slang. : TONY
1. Sallies of troops. : SORTIES
2. Excellent: Colloq. : AONE
3. Dwight. : IKE
4. Villa ___, near Tivoli. : DESTE
5. Resources. : ASSETS
6. Visible sign of grief. : TEARSTAIN
7. Salts. : TARS
8. ___ julienne (cut into thin strips). : ALA
9. Program of music. : RECITAL
10. Southwestern grazing farm. : RANCHO
11. Loved ones: Colloq. : DEARIES
13. Pertain (to). : RELATE
14. One of "these three," in Corinthians. : FAITH
16. Titles. : NAMES
19. Lily of France. : PONS
22. "___ of Grass." : LEAVES
23. Festive beverage. : EGGNOG
25. Price-going-up item. : STAMPS
27. French painter. : INGRES
29. Pantomimists. : GESTURERS
32. First president of Indonesia. : SUKARNO
33. Chord. : TRIAD
34. Energetic one: Slang. : HUMMER
35. Great states. : EMPIRES
36. Spiritual body, in ancient Egypt. : SAHU
37. Law-abiding. : ORDERLY
38. Muddled. : MESSED
39. Term in geology. : STOSS
41. Part of a meal. : ENTREE
45. Milk ___. : TOAST
48. Free port of Arabia. : ADEN
49. Don ___. : JUAN
51. Common verbal contraction. : IVE
53. Number. : TWO

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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