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New York Times, Monday, July 5, 1954

Author:
William F. Bulow
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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Across
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Giant outfielder. : MUELLER
8
Premier before Mendès-France. : LANIEL
14
Where Wyandotte Cave is. : INDIANA
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"Private Lives" heroine and others. : AMANDAS
17
Family. : KINDRED
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"Git thar fustest with the ___." : MOSTEST
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Greek letter. : ETA
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Marbles. : MIBS
22
Touch or taste. : SENSE
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Gulf coast creek. : BAYOU
25
Individual. : PERSON
26
Tinker Bell's friend. : PETER
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Flights. : STAIRS
31
Leblanc's detective, M. Lupin. : ARSENE
33
King in 1355 B. C. : TUT
34
Mediterranean port. : ORAN
38
One of our Ambassadors. : CLAREBOOTHELUCE
41
Sidewalk edge in the Strand. : KERB
42
Compartment. : BIN
43
Dramatic events on the diamond. : SLIDES
44
Girls named after Miss Astaire. : ADELES
47
Sluggish. : INERT
48
Made a run. : SCORED
51
Droop again. : RESAG
53
Sincerely, truly or cordially. : YOURS
54
On the deep. : ASEA
55
Passing craze. : FAD
58
Bowling piece. : NINEPIN
60
Useless. : INUTILE
63
Shut up. : ENCLOSE
64
P. M. Chamberlain. : NEVILLE
65
A group of six. : SESTET
66
School subject. : GRAMMAR
Down
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Sen. Monroney. : MIKE
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Group. : UNIT
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Author Ferber. : EDNA
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Cover. : LID
5
Malay gibbon. : LAR
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Foe. : ENEMY
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Portable and tabletop. : RADIOS
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Beats it. : LAMS
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I love: Latin. : AMO
10
Cairo headliner. : NASSER
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Job for a shoemaker. : INTERSOLING
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Tony and Clarissa. : EDENS
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Cowboy's trademark. : LASSO
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British gun. : STEN
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Fasteners. : BUTTONERS
23
Kegs. : BEERBARRELS
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Norse name. : ARNE
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Orange centers. : PITHS
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A collection. : PACK
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Man's name. : ERLE
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Autocrat. : TSAR
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Self: Comb. form. : AUT
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Ran out. : EBBED
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Boorish. : RUDE
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Maple tree. : ACER
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Oriole's home. : NEST
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Bakersfield product. : OIL
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Director Kazan. : ELIA
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See 28 Down. : DESPOT
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Inasmuch as. : SEEING
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Ago: Scot. : SYNE
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Pfennig and shilling. : COINS
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Baby's gain. : OUNCE
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More reasonable. : SANER
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Dill. : ANET
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Cellulose sheet. : FILM
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___ breve (mus. term). : ALLA
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Antelope's relative. : DEER
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Andy's "___ regusted!" : ISE
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Grape. : UVA
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Man's nickname. : TIM

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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