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New York Times, Thursday, August 11, 1960

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,045
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1. Sword. : TOLEDO
7. Go away: Colloq. : VACATE
13. Goddess of agriculture. : DEMETER
14. Immovable. : ADAMANT
16. Sea animal resembling a flower. : ANEMONE
17. "Pirate of the gulf," circa 1800. : LAFITTE
18. Honeydew, for example. : MELON
19. Boatswain's whistle. : PIPE
20. Stannum. : TIN
21. Hymn word. : AMEN
22. Jeweler's weight. : CARAT
24. Title of a French priest. : PERE
25. Receive. : GET
26. Part of a club sandwich. : BACON
27. Graduated glass tube used by chemists. : BURET
28. Twist round. : ENTWINE
30. ___ de suite. : TOUT
32. Badger. : TEASE
33. Meat dish. : TRIPE
36. Cud-chewing animal. : GOAT
38. Opposite of work. : PASTIME
40. Magnate. : BARON
43. Kim's last name. : OHARA
45. Waterfall: Scot. : LIN
46. Arabian port. : ADEN
47. Actor from Milwaukee. : TRACY
48. Complete assortment of printing type. : FONT
49. Vital fluid. : SAP
50. Flaccid. : LIMP
51. Bishop's headdress. : MITER
52. Resemble. : IMITATE
54. Southern confection. : PRALINE
56. Surveyor's assistant. : LINEMAN
57. Flow of rhythm. : CADENCE
58. Unite. : CEMENT
59. Dull. : STODGY
1. One kind of housing. : TENEMENT
2. French menu speciality. : OMELETTE
3. Shade of yellow. : LEMON
4. Harrow's rival. : ETON
5. Room. : DEN
6. Hours: Ital. : ORE
7. Lion-hearted. : VALIANT
8. Accommodate. : ADAPT
9. Bistro. : CAFE
10. Mon ___ Pierrot. : AMI
11. Rag. : TATTER
12. Not lacking any parts. : ENTIRE
13. Impairment. : DAMAGE
15. Doctrine. : TENET
19. On the affirmative side. : PRO
22. Capital of Crete. : CANEA
23. Symbol of excellence. : ACE
24. ___ there (shake hands): Slang. : PUTIT
26. Quadruped with humped back. : BISON
27. Anatomical sac. : BURSA
29. Conestoga, for one. : WAGON
31. Seal or sea lion having ears. : OTARY
34. Important skill on shipboard. : PILOTING
35. Prominency. : EMINENCY
37. Anguish. : TORMENT
38. Moccasin. : PAC
39. Freedom of access. : ENTREE
40. Herb. : BASIL
41. Resembling the first man. : ADAMIC
42. Complain. : REPINE
44. Befall: Poet. : HAP
47. Primeval Greek deity. : TITAN
48. Made application. : FILED
50. Halt. : LAME
51. Australian fish. : MADO
53. Egyptian solar deity. : TEM
54. Items: Abbr. : PCS
55. Rodent. : RAT

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

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