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New York Times, Tuesday, July 19, 1955

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 256 (avg 1.31)
Open Squares: 92, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,212
Across Down
1. Broadway drama (with "The"). : BADSEED
8. Kim Stanley vehicle. : BUSSTOP
15. Produce an effect. : OPERATE
16. French statesman Pinay. : ANTOINE
17. Combatant. : OPPOSER
18. Economical individual. : STINTER
19. Light meal. : TEA
20. Turncoat. : TRAITOR
22. Bad: Prefix. : MIS
23. Wagtail or pipit. : LARK
25. French resort. : NICE
26. Italian resort. : LIDO
27. Senatorial first name. : ESTES
29. Induced. : LED
30. Nut tree. : PECAN
31. Actions for effect. : GESTURES
33. Secluded place. : RECESS
34. Walked along. : TROD
35. Fill up with sand. : SILT
36. Quiet: Poet. : STILLY
39. Easily made angry. : CHOLERIC
43. Midwest Senator. : WILEY
44. ___ Paulo, Brazil. : SAO
45. Place of conflict. : ARENA
46. Building extensions. : ELLS
47. Modern dance. : TROT
49. Promontory, in place names. : NESS
50. Beverage. : ALE
51. Slight knowledge. : SMATTER
54. Fell suddenly. : LIT
55. Dominant people of Luzon. : TAGALOG
57. Occurrence. : EPISODE
59. Follower of "Liberté." : EGALITE
60. Type of industrialist. : REFINER
61. Raconteur. : RELATOR
62. Farm machines. : SEEDERS
1. Deal illicitly, à la Prohibition. : BOOTLEG
2. Quiet. : APPEASE
3. Sets out. : DEPARTS
4. Theatre sign. : SRO
5. Direction. : EAST
6. Everlasting: Poetic. : ETERN
7. Thrown off the course. : DERAILED
8. Sewed. : BASTED
9. Preposition. : UNTO
10. Activity. : STIR
11. Term of address. : SON
12. Very small birds. : TITMICE
13. Indians of Central New York. : ONEIDAS
14. Individuals. : PERSONS
21. Desserts. : ICES
24. Kitchen equipment. : KETTLES
26. Reading desk. : LECTERN
28. Uncivil. : SURLY
30. Italian statesman. : PELLA
32. Actor Rogers. : ROY
33. ___ Grande. : RIO
35. Important marbles. : SHOOTERS
36. Pull-over. : SWEATER
37. Cultivation of land. : TILLAGE
38. Not authorized. : ILLEGAL
39. Vehicle. : CART
40. Part of a movie film. : REELONE
41. One in the know. : INSIDER
42. Swiveled wheels. : CASTERS
44. Person of long experience. : STAGER
48. Dwelling for 13 Down. : TEPEE
51. Cut. : SLIT
52. J. P. Marquand sleuth. : MOTO
53. Widespread. : RIFE
56. ___ king. : ALA
58. One of the Caesars. : SID

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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