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New York Times, Thursday, July 15, 1965

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 318 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,828
Across
1. City on the Saale River. : HALLE
6. Wages. : HIRE
10. In present condition. : ASIS
14. The briny. : OCEAN
15. Where Isfahan is. : IRAN
16. Workbench adjunct. : VISE
17. Succeeded. : BROUGHTOFF
19. Chassis part. : AXLE
20. Words with music. : SONG
21. Geologic time. : EON
22. The world, proverbially speaking. : OYSTER
24. See 20 Across. : HYMN
26. Choler. : WRATH
27. Untidy situations. : MESSES
30. Faucet. : COCK
31. Douceur. : SOP
34. Influence. : ACTON
35. Woodsmen. : FORESTERS
37. Take it easy. : LOAF
38. Framework supporting a bridge. : TRUSS
39. Denouements. : ENDS
40. Part of the Musketeers' rallying cry. : ALLFORONE
42. Top of a double boiler, for one. : INSET
43. Evergreen. : YEW
44. Famous Broadway name. : LUNT
45. Conundrums. : POSERS
46. To the stern. : ABAFT
48. August: Fr. : AOUT
49. Distant. : FAROFF
51. Electees. : INS
52. Opportune. : RIPE
56. That ___ say. : ISTO
57. Devoted to classical music. : LONGHAIRED
60. Fabric. : SILK
61. Noun ending. : ENCE
62. Indulged in a sport. : SKIED
63. Does a farmer's job. : HAYS
64. Fur. : SEAL
65. Annoying. : PESKY
Down
1. Fireplace ledges. : HOBS
2. High: Prefix. : ACRO
3. City in Spain. : LEON
4. Treats lightly. : LAUGHSOFF
5. Language: Abbr. : ENG
6. Come across. : HITON
7. Golf club. : IRON
8. Historic initials of 1940. : RAF
9. Compels. : ENFORCES
10. Seaman's cry. : AVAST
11. ESP. : SIXTHSENSE
12. Bali, for one. : ISLE
13. Nostradamus. : SEER
18. Clears the throat. : HEMS
23. Chatters endlessly: Slang. : YAKS
25. Foreign currency. : YEN
26. Not so good. : WORSE
27. Indonesian tongue. : MALAY
28. Relative of a lycée. : ECOLE
29. Resolutely. : STALWARTLY
30. Tick off. : COUNT
32. Cosmos. : ORDER
33. Attention-getting sounds. : PSSTS
35. Range of the Rockies. : FRONT
36. Bowler's goal. : TENSTRIKE
38. Certain fungi. : TRUFFLES
41. Norse name. : OLAF
42. Promissory note. : IOU
45. Very elegant: Slang. : POSH
47. Good gifts for vacationers. : BOOKS
48. Cherub. : ANGEL
49. Skipjack. : FISH
50. Where the Ob flows. : ASIA
51. Quechaun. : INCA
53. Perennial plant. : IRIS
54. Sly look. : PEEK
55. Small whirlpool. : EDDY
58. Unified. : ONE
59. Uraeus. : ASP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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