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New York Times, Tuesday, June 4, 1957

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,898
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1. Greatest of India's Mogul Emperors. : AKBAR
6. Walked awkwardly. : SHAMBLED
14. Feudal lords. : LIEGES
16. Increased power of action. : LEVERAGE
17. Distinguished New York family. : DELANO
18. "The Quiet ___." : AMERICAN
19. Any whatever. : ALL
20. Wide: Comb. form. : EURY
22. Rewards: Poet. : MEEDS
23. Colonel's insigne. : EAGLE
25. Jack ___, comedian. : PAAR
27. Quebec tourist mecca. : GASPE
29. Parsley, water cress, etc. : GARNISHES
34. Latvians. : LETTS
35. Forty square rods. : ROOD
36. ___ king. : ALA
37. Times. : ERAS
38. Comedy character. : CLOWN
40. Small amount: Brit. colloq. : SPOT
41. Breeze. : AIR
42. Proceeds. : GOES
43. "Li'l Abner" character. : PAPPY
44. Messengers or guides. : MERCURIES
47. Single thickness. : LAYER
48. Connectives. : ANDS
49. Neckerchief. : SCARF
51. Pierces. : STABS
54. Inferior. : MEAN
55. Unit in physics. : ERG
58. Native dance. : HULAHULA
61. Mixture. : MEDLEY
63. Edible mollusks. : ABALONES
64. Less interesting. : STALER
65. Sea mammals. : MANATEES
66. Columbia River tributary. : SNAKE
1. Former Met star. : ALDA
2. Canal in Germany. : KIEL
3. Notorious outlaw of the Southwest. : BELLESTARR
4. Moslem title. : AGA
5. Makes a bridge faux pas. : RENEGES
6. Destroy. : SLAY
7. Edge. : HEM
8. Supplication. : AVE
9. Famous tavern of Shakespeare's day. : MERMAID
10. Pipes. : BRIERS
11. Bobbinet. : LACE
12. Exclamation. : EGAD
13. Caves as places to hide. : DENS
15. Spiritual force. : SOUL
21. Military unit: Abbr. : REG
24. Living quarters: Abbr. : APTS
25. Part of a ship. : PROW
26. Presently. : ANON
27. Appear suddenly. : GLEAM
28. Nest. : AERIE
30. Had origin. : AROSE
31. Frank Loesser's favorite phrase. : HAPPYFELLA
32. Skip out. : ELOPE
33. Follower of Bacchus. : SATYR
38. Twine. : CORD
39. Wreaths. : LEIS
40. Controversial European region. : SAAR
42. Range of a weapon. : GUNSHOT
43. Jupiter and Saturn. : PLANETS
45. Mystical belief. : CABALA
46. Compass point. : SSE
50. Projections on a wheel. : CAMS
51. Deception. : SHAM
52. Musical instrument. : TUBA
53. Footballer Ameche. : ALAN
54. Aggregate. : MASS
56. Give off smoke. : REEK
57. Spiral motion. : GYRE
59. One: Fr. : UNE
60. Virginia immortal. : LEE
62. Son of Jacob. : DAN

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

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