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New York Times, Thursday, July 13, 1961

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.46, Missing: { J K Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
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Across Down
1. Mooring place for yachts and launches. : MARINA
7. Materia ___. : MEDICA
13. Man with cape and sword. : MATADOR
14. Delicacy at Fisherman's Wharf. : ABALONE
16. Talented people. : ARTISTS
17. In name only, not in fact. : NOMINAL
18. Plant with aromatic seeds. : DILL
19. Moon goddess. : SELENE
21. Depot: Abbr. : STA
22. Dutch uncle: Dial. : EME
23. Dresses (stone) with a hammer. : NIGS
24. Derisive sound. : HOOT
25. Above: Ger. : UBER
27. Prudent. : SAFE
28. Talk, in France. : PARLE
29. Lozenge. : PASTILLE
31. Badge of a British order. : GARTER
32. Being. : EXISTENCE
34. Plaited grass for hats. : SENNIT
37. ___ as (considering everything). : INASMUCH
41. Highest peak in Crete. : MTIDA
42. Winged child, in art. : AMOR
43. Active. : SPRY
44. Exclamations of surprise. : AHAS
45. Affirm. : AVER
46. Kind of muffin. : GEM
47. Three battalions: Abbr. : REG
48. Vital fluid. : PLASMA
50. Cereal product. : BRAN
51. Suffering. : TRAVAIL
53. Having spots resembling eyes. : OCULATE
55. Desert wind. : SIROCCO
56. Not in cipher. : UNCODED
57. Tilt. : CAREEN
58. In a position of authority. : SEATED
1. Instrument like a xylophone. : MARIMBA
2. Well-known English family. : ATTLEES
3. Shore bird. : RAIL
4. Parts of psyches. : IDS
5. Negatives. : NOTS
6. Storage places of a sort. : ARSENALS
7. Horsemanship. : MANEGE
8. Dark colors: Poet. : EBONS
9. Feminine title. : DAME
10. 800-mile river in Sinkiang. : ILI
11. Monarch's mate. : CONSORT
12. France. : ANATOLE
13. Put together. : MADEUP
15. Click beetle. : ELATER
20. Spans of three-score years and ten. : LIFETIMES
24. Parts of Moslem houses. : HAREMS
26. Certain football players: Abbr. : RTENDS
27. Cut. : SLIT
28. Loggers' boots. : PACS
30. Iris plant. : IXIA
31. Growl. : GNAR
33. Brobdingnagian. : ENORMOUS
34. Is painful. : SMARTS
35. Pertaining to the upper atmosphere. : ETHERIC
36. River between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. : NIAGARA
38. Promote. : UPGRADE
39. Brought about. : CREATED
40. Praised in song. : HYMNED
42. Paradise for King Arthur. : AVALON
45. Girl who was elongated, also shortened. : ALICE
48. Rate of progress. : PACE
49. Skin affection : ACNE
50. Escutcheon stain. : BLOT
52. Before: Ger. : VOR
54. Genus of fiddler crabs. : UCA

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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