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WINE, WOMEN, SONG, ETC.

New York Times, Sunday, July 17, 1960

Author:
Mary Grow
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.46, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 584 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 116, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 16, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 22
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,020
Across
1. Author of "Mary Peters." : CHASE
6. City of lamaseries. : LHASA
11. Poem: Span. : BALADA
17. Basic division of animal kingdom. : PHYLUM
18. Kenya group. : MAUMAU
19. Mythical females. : AMAZONS
21. Kurt Weill wrote this. : SEPTEMBERSONG
23. Provide new quarters. : REHOUSE
24. First name of movie star. : AVA
25. Bible book: Abbr. : DEUT
26. Violinist and composer. : KREISLER
28. Sweet Alice's beau. : BEN
29. Spanish diminutive. : LITA
31. Impure, from the Yiddish. : TREF
33. Medieval servant of high rank. : SEWER
34. Law degrees. : BLLS
35. Silk. : MOIRE
37. Antelopes. : GOAS
39. Ice holder. : TRAY
40. ___ symphonique, as "La Mer." : POEME
41. Dancer's hand drum. : TAMBOURINE
44. Harum-___. : SCARUM
46. Mend. : DARN
47. Fun at the expense of others' suffering. : ROMANHOLIDAY
51. Apothecary's weight: Abbr. : SCR
54. Nothing: Span. : NADA
56. Marry. : WIVE
57. Fishes. : REMORAS
59. Rich dirt. : LOAM
61. Part of a blast furnace. : TYMP
63. Know. : LEARN
65. Metric unit. : LITRE
66. Shut up. : ENCAGE
68. Wheel. : BICYCLE
70. Vocal organ of a bird. : SYRINX
71. Upper air. : ETHER
72. ___ and take notice! : SITUP
73. "To ___ his own." : EACH
75. Snicker ___. : SNEE
76. Foretell. : PRESAGE
78. Turkey ___. : TROT
80. "South Pacific" song subject. : DAME
82. Egos' kin. : IDS
83. Tennis star. : ALTHEAGIBSON
86. Heath. : MOOR
88. Actress Woodward. : JOANNE
89. Band member. : TROMBONIST
93. Sudden fit. : SPASM
95. Turkish name. : OMAR
98. Reproach. : SLUR
99. Neckerchief. : SCARF
101. ___ citato. : LOCO
102. Panorama. : SCENE
103. Mrs. Wigg's daughter. : ASIA
105. Old-time bushel. : OMER
106. Mineral Salt: Abbr. : ALK
107. Milanese. : ITALIANS
110. Receptacles. : CANS
112. Soul: Fr. : AME
113. Opposite. : VISAVIS
115. Method for solving puzzles. : TRIALANDERROR
118. Zone, as between forest and prairie. : ECOTONE
119. Curdling substance. : RENNET
120. Place de l'___. : ETOILE
121. Main item in Relativity equation. : ENERGY
122. Saw. : ADAGE
123. Brazilian soprano. : SAYAO
Down
1. Coat fabric. : CHEVIOT
2. Wise beauty of Alexandria. : HYPATIA
3. Voice part: Abbr. : ALT
4. Begged. : SUED
5. Ant. : EMMET
6. Roman household spirit. : LAR
7. Shuck. : HUSK
8. Cupid. : AMOR
9. Most level-headed. : SANEST
10. French playwright. : AUGIER
11. Subject of Burns poem. : BARLEYCORN
12. Moslem ruler. : AMEER
13. Actor Bert. : LAHR
14. Containing nitrogen. : AZO
15. Cocktail. : DOUBLEMARTINI
16. Saint of April 21. : ANSELM
17. Asaph's song. : PSALM
18. Shooting star. : METEOR
20. Meaning. : SENSE
22. Shade of red. : BURGUNDY
27. Sound of lapping water. : SWASH
30. Equipped with defenses: Poet. : ARMD
32. Adjective for a lady. : FAIR
34. Rooms. : BOUDOIRS
36. Israeli statesman. : EBAN
38. Whiteness. : SNOW
40. Old maidenishly. : PRIMLY
42. Hold forth. : ORATE
43. Author of perennial best seller. : EMILYPOST
45. Stout. : ALE
48. With: Fr. : AVEC
49. English hymn writer. : NEALE
50. Told stories. : YARNED
51. Doze. : SLEEP
52. ___ bassoon. : CONTRA
53. Stonewall's wife. : RACHELJACKSON
55. Both: Comb. form. : AMBI
58. Thurber's "Battle of the ___." : SEXES
60. With dignity, in music. : MAESTOSO
62. Art gallery in Florence. : PITTI
64. Study. : READ
67. Star of modern dance. : GRAHAM
69. Control. : CURB
70. Fanciful creature of 1950's. : SHMOO
72. Abbey Theatre name. : SEANOCASEY
74. Time period, 500 million years ago. : CAMBRIAN
77. Brig. ___. : GEN
79. Rocky hills. : TORS
81. Lots of time. : EONS
84. Either of two units forming a hinge. : GEMEL
85. Arndt piece. : NOLA
87. Puerto ___. : RICO
90. Sweet wine. : MUSCAT
91. "A woman of ___." : SAMARIA
92. Musical effect. : TREMOLO
93. Aida was one. : SLAVE
94. Kitchen ___. : POLICE
96. Enchantress in "Peer Gynt." : ANITRA
97. Brought up. : REARED
100. Jacques, for one. : FRERE
102. Smart. : STING
104. Chilean heights. : ANDES
107. ___ Novello. : IVOR
108. Spanish girl. : NINA
109. Warbled. : SANG
111. Silk: Ital. : SETA
114. Had tea. : ATE
116. Lorelei's last name. : LEE
117. Rob ___. : ROY

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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