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New York Times, Monday, August 19, 1963

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q X Y }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,132
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1. P.O. innovation for sorting mail. : ZIPCODE
8. Washington-Moscow setup. : HOTLINE
15. Covering everything. : ALLOVER
16. Thinker of a sort. : IDEAMAN
17. Broadway event. : CLOSING
18. Twister. : TORNADO
19. Throw one's ___ the ring. : HATIN
20. Throng. : SWARM
22. Maxim. : SAW
23. Born: Fr. : NEE
25. Examiners: Abbr. : INSPS
27. Viscous stuff. : GLUE
30. Small lake. : POND
32. In the van. : AHEAD
36. Aries. : RAM
37. Riches. : GOLD
38. Kind of cake. : SPONGE
39. Seashore phenomenon. : EBBTIDE
41. Husky. : SLEDDOG
42. True ___. : TOLIFE
43. World attraction for 1964. : FAIR
44. ___ pro nobis. : ORA
45. Common verbal contraction. : ARENT
46. Peeper. : FROG
47. Miscellanies. : ANAS
48. ___ eye to eye. : TOSEE
50. Many a time. : OFT
52. Tavern in Soho. : PUB
55. Ignites. : FIRES
57. Attired. : ROBED
61. "More in sorrow than ___." : INANGER
63. Child's plea. : ONEMORE
65. Tell the story. : NARRATE
66. Of an eye part. : RETINAL
67. Aid ___. : ANDABET
68. How maps are drawn. : TOSCALE
1. Pres. Taylor's nickname. : ZACH
2. That: Lat. : ILLA
3. Intrigue. : PLOT
4. Term in trigonometry. : COSINE
5. Like sheep. : OVINE
6. Retreat for dad. : DEN
7. Work units. : ERGS
8. ___ run, in baseball. : HITAND
9. Scents. : ODORS
10. Student's chore. : TERMPAPER
11. Swedish county. : LAN
12. "___ corny as Kansas in August . . . " : IMAS
13. Nothing: Sp. : NADA
14. Enough, to a poet. : ENOW
21. Turn. : WIND
24. Lyric poem. : EPODE
26. Wearing loafers. : SHOD
27. First name in movie lore. : GRETA
28. Wirtz's concern. : LABOR
29. Characteristic of Uriah Heep. : UMBLE
31. Plaza cry. : OLE
33. Not sideways. : ENDON
34. Market place. : AGORA
35. Painter of dancers. : DEGAS
37. Eloquence of sorts. : GIFTOFGAB
38. Irish seaport. : SLIGO
40. Hue. : TINT
41. ___ Paulo. : SAO
43. Untrammeled. : FREE
46. Search out. : FERRET
47. Minute. : ATOMIC
49. Seven, in Spain. : SIETE
51. Finger board ridges. : FRETS
52. Cloth from Spain. : PINA
53. All in agreement: Abbr. : UNAN
54. Poet. : BARD
56. Type. : SORT
58. ___ fide. : BONA
59. Of an epoch. : ERAL
60. Printer's term. : DELE
62. New Deal initials. : NRA
64. Latest: Prefix. : NEO

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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