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A. J. Santora
A. J. Santora

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

New York Times, Sunday, July 26, 1964

122-Across : Ones: Scot.

Author:
A. J. Santora
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 162, Blocks: 90, Avg Word Len: 5.42, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 676 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 128, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 19, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
A. J. Santora has 185 pre-Shortz puzzles and 68 Shortz Era crosswords in our database.
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,474
Across
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Slice. : SHAVE
6
Region of W. Europe. : SAAR
10
B'way name. : FLO
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Eastern Christian. : UNIAT
18
Brown shade. : CAMEL
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Setting for a diamond. : COLLET
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Siberian river. : LENA
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Weapon. : LANCE
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Sub. : UBOAT
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Kettle ___ (muddle). : OFFISH
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Sign at noon. : OUTTOLUNCH
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Menu. : BILLOFFARE
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Horace Mann, for one. : EDUCATOR
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Before. : ERE
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Had a bite. : ATE
34
Region of Morocco. : RIF
35
Charm. : ENAMOR
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Fish: Sp. : PEZ
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Unfeigned. : TRUE
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Flatfish. : SOLE
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Argued. : DEBATED
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Just deserts. : NEMESES
44
1670 Co. in Canada. : HBC
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Initials of 1917. : AEF
48
Poetic time. : EEN
49
Lacus Asphaltites. : DEADSEA
51
Maine resort. : BARHARBOR
54
___ bits. : TWO
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Brother. : FRA
57
Reading matter. : TALES
61
"The ___ Reason." : AGEOF
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Herb. : RUE
63
Secured. : SHUT
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Not voiced. : UNSONANT
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"On land or ___ foam ... " : SEAOR
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Lonely: Prefix. : EREM
70
Strait off Italy. : OTRANTO
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Military medals. : DSCS
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Joint. : ANKLE
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Prime: Colloq. : AONE
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Biblical farmer. : CAIN
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___ miller. : DUSTY
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Movie featuring "Moon River." : BREAKFASTATTIFFANYS
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Harte and others. : BRETS
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Bait. : CHUM
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Form of Hosea. : OSEE
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Sullies. : SMUTS
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This: Lat. : HAEC
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Pupil. : PROTEGE
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Italian river. : NERA
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George Eliot character. : EPPIE
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See 79 Down. : URAEUSES
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___ on. : DOTE
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Noun suffixes. : ERS
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Diminish. : TAPER
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Among: Poet. : MIDST
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Seaport near Rabat. : SLA
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Fur animal. : FOX
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Abhorrers. : DETESTERS
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Carrie Nation's target. : SALOONS
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Prosecutors. : DAS
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Crag. : TOR
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Times: Abbr. : HRS
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___ State (Delaware). : BLUEHEN
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Knits together. : SPLICES
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Ravel. : FRAY
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Ones: Scot. : AINS
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"___ a cook ... " : IAM
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Lease charge. : RENTAL
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Irish sea god. : LER
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Degree in Canon Law: Abbr. : JCL
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Cardinal. : RED
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Kinship. : AGNATION
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A ___ (with meat balls): Cookery. : LAGODIVEAU
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Muumuu, perhaps. : BRUNCHCOAT
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Small kite. : ELANET
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Dutch cheese. : GOUDA
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Chou ___. : ENLAI
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Great Lakes port. : ERIE
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Gamuts. : RANGES
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Indian. : HINDU
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Kings: Sp. : REYES
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French pronoun. : ILS
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Certain isles. : KEYS
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Cards. : TREYS
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Custom. : HABIT
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Mexican plant. : AMOLE
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Menu item. : VEAL
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Matador's concern. : ELTORO
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Couch. : SOFA
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Noyes. : ALFRED
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Receiver of property. : ALIENEE
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Phone book abbreviation. : RES
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Prepared, as for cooking. : FLOURED
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Colorless: Prefix. : LEUC
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Pub sign. : ONTAP
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Norse god. : ULLR
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Ship: Prefix. : NAU
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Shots near the bull's-eye. : INNERS
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Grow. : ACCRUE
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Giggles. : TEHEES
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Respite, modern style. : COFFEEBREAK
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Sheridan Whiteside. : THEMANWHOCAMETODINNER
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Companion. : ATTENDANT
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Seeps. : OOZES
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Threadlike. : FILAR
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Speck. : DOT
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Assists. : ABETS
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Robert Anderson hit, 1953. : TEAANDSYMPATHY
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Summer vacations. : SCHOOLRECESSES
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Paraphrase: Abbr. : DEF
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"Get ___ the church on time." : METO
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Famed golfer. : HAGEN
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Eat. : BREAKBREAD
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___ a kind. : FOUROF
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Have ___ (be the style). : ARUN
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___ cheval, bet in roulette. : BASA
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Jinni. : AFREET
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Perform again. : REENACT
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___ the elbows. : OUTAT
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Subject of many works of art. : LASTSUPPER
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Reference book: Abbr. : ENCY
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Aves. : STS
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Nuclear submarine. : TRITON
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___ biscuits. : SODA
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City of Iran. : MESHED
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Kind of flavoring. : ANISEED
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Displaces. : UNSETS
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Horned vipers. : ASPS
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___ war. : TUGOF
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Search out. : FERRET
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Purim. : FEASTOFLOTS
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Adriatic port. : BARI
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Rows. : TIERS
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Talks: Abbr. : SERS
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Be busy: Colloq. : HUM
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Echo. : RESONANCE
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European capital. : OSLO
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State. : UTAH
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Precise. : EXACT
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Solution: Abbr. : ANS
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Sinned. : ERRED
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Hunt. : LEIGH
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Goblins. : SPRITES
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Ship's route. : SEALANE
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Modern composer. : BARBER
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Gothic rib. : LIERNE
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Excessively. : UNDULY
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Constellation. : LEO
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Describing "jive." : SLANGY
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Correctly. : ARIGHT
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Polynesian. : MAORI
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___ fille. : JEUNE
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Tea box. : CADDY
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Oahu feasts. : LUAUS
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Beloved of Galatea. : ACIS
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Shirt part. : TAIL
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Agrees: Dial. : GEES
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To see: Fr. : VOIR
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No: Scot. : NAE
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"Mighty ___ a Rose." : LAK

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 14 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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