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New York Times, Monday, August 13, 1962

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,777
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1. Supposing that. : INCASE
7. Estimate too highly. : OVERRATE
15. Type of levy. : SURTAX
16. Demanded. : REQUIRED
17. Miss Liberty. : STATUE
18. Parade sound. : DRUMMING
19. Speak. : UTTER
20. The Abominable Snowman. : YETI
21. Swirling water. : EDDY
22. Hooks' partners. : EYES
23. Forming spikes, as corn. : EARING
25. Ruler. : TSAR
27. Anthropoid. : GORILLA
32. Bleat. : BAA
35. Laughing matter. : PUN
36. Student at Balliol. : OXONIAN
37. Participant. : ACTOR
39. Irish, Scots, etc. : CELTS
40. Passenger ship VIP. : STEWARD
43. Shame! : FIE
45. Indeed; truly. : YEA
46. Sanctuary. : SHELTER
47. Forsaken: Poet. : LORN
49. Fence overpasses. : STILES
51. Down ___. : EAST
55. Limp as ___. : ARAG
59. Holly. : ILEX
60. Campus phenomenon. : HAZER
61. Highest point. : PINNACLE
63. Line of union. : SUTURE
64. Necessitated. : ENTAILED
65. Inherent power. : ENERGY
66. Glides lightly. : SKITTERS
67. Harmonizes. : AGREES
1. Edition. : ISSUE
2. Having a certain flavor. : NUTTY
3. Container. : CRATE
4. Stand as proof of. : ATTEST
5. Lizard: Prefix. : SAUR
6. English river. : EXE
7. Arrangement. : ORDER
8. Giddiness. : VERTIGO
9. March 21 or September 23. : EQUINOX
10. Beverage. : RUM
11. White frost. : RIME
12. Barren. : ARID
13. Watch over. : TEND
14. Tense. : EDGY
20. Sailor's tale. : YARN
23. ___ de Cologne. : EAU
24. Housewife's friend. : GROCER
26. Clean-platter family. : SPRATS
28. Feminine suffix. : INE
29. Turk's-cap or Mariposa. : LILY
30. Recently. : LATE
31. Handle: Lat. : ANSA
32. Deep tone. : BASS
33. New drug. : ACTH
34. To ___ (exactly). : ATEE
38. Pussycat's shipmate. : OWL
41. Network of lines in the focus of an eyepiece. : RETICLE
42. Oil field worker. : DRILLER
43. Bend. : FLEX
44. Cyclades isle. : IOS
48. More orderly. : NEATER
50. City on the Aire. : LEEDS
52. Sky blue. : AZURE
53. Suit material. : SERGE
54. Cards. : TREYS
55. Mandrills. : APES
56. Where curling is played. : RINK
57. Opposite: Prefix. : ANTI
58. Midge. : GNAT
60. Suspended. : HUNG
62. River island. : AIT
63. Bering or Barents. : SEA

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