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New York Times, Wednesday, June 15, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.46, Missing: { J Q V }, Scrabble score: 304 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 3,988
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1. Here and there: Lat. : PASSIM
7. Leave hurriedly. : DECAMP
13. Moslem. : ISLAMIC
15. Moving with greater speed. : SWIFTER
16. Plug. : STOPPER
17. ___ grata. : PERSONA
18. Moon vaulter of rhyme. : COW
19. Government ___. : INEXILE
21. Strengthen. : MAN
22. Author Ambler. : ERIC
24. Exhausted. : SPENT
25. Surfeited (with "of"). : SICK
26. A bend or curve. : SINUS
28. Significant period of time. : ERA
29. Bewilders. : DAZES
30. Coincide. : AGREE
32. Time of "bright blue weather." : OCTOBER
34. Call. : TELEPHONE
36. Radiant, à la Lewis Carroll. : BEAMISH
38. Olivia's maid in "Twelfth Night." : MARIA
41. Juliet's suitor. : PARIS
42. St. ___, French military academy. : CYR
44. "Don't ___ boy on a man's errand." : SENDA
46. Lake east of Caspian Sea. : ARAL
47. Memory aids. : NOTES
49. Family members. : DADS
50. Measures of length: Abbr. : INS
51. Tedium. : BOREDOM
53. ___ canto. : BEL
54. Most gloomy. : DOUREST
56. Term used on a menu. : ALAMODE
58. Divests. : UNROBES
59. Sufeit. : SATIATE
60. Glanced quickly or furtively. : PEEKED
61. Grass for hay and pasturage. : REDTOP
1. Sign of the zodiac. : PISCES
2. Pacific Coast port. : ASTORIA
3. Decelerating. : SLOWING
4. Vital fluid. : SAP
5. Band of Kaffir warriors. : IMPI
6. Manners. : MIENS
7. Lingered over, in thought (with "on"). : DWELT
8. England's neighbor. : EIRE
9. Baseball positions: Abbr. : CFS
10. Reduce to small particles. : ATOMIZE
11. Sinister one. : MENACER
12. Impish tricks. : PRANKS
14. Dress material. : CREPE
15. Vegetable. : SPINACH
20. Plant suited to desert regions. : XEROPHYTE
23. Shorten. : CURTAIL
25. Dispatched with a sword. : SABERED
27. Appears. : SEEMS
29. Ladies of Lisbon. : DONAS
31. Name meaning high. : ELI
33. Nursery rhyme character. : TOM
35. Accompanies. : ESCORTS
36. With no exception. : BARNONE
37. Flaw in typescript. : ERASURE
39. Jerome's "Three Men ___." : INABOAT
40. Amplified. : ADDEDTO
41. Designating some life insurance. : PAIDUP
43. ___ a beet. : REDAS
45. Inactive. : ASLEEP
47. Pried (with "into"). : NOSED
48. Determined by the sun. : SOLAR
51. Actress Daniels. : BEBE
52. So. American drink. : MATE
55. Soldier of Seoul. : ROK
57. Prefix used with day and night. : MID

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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