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Louise Earnest
Louise Earnest

New York Times, Wednesday, August 27, 1958

Author: Louise Earnest
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { B Q X }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,347
Across Down
1. Closes. : SHUTS
6. Greek letters. : PHIS
10. First word of the Aeneid. : ARMA
14. Rabbit fur. : LAPIN
15. Gay rakes. : LOTHARIOS
17. Perplexed. : ATSEA
18. Reversed. : INSIDEOUT
19. "With ___, I thee wed." : THISRING
21. Brother: Lat. : FRATER
22. Obtusely. : DULLY
23. ___ away. : STOW
24. Be resistant to. : REPEL
25. Of a continent. : ASIATIC
29. Not charged: Abbr. : COD
30. ___ Lama, high priest of Tibet. : DALAI
33. Innsbruck's province. : TYROL
34. Hebrew prophet. : AMOS
36. Discloses. : TELLS
38. This ___ up. : SIDE
39. Taken again. : REWON
41. Indian state. : ASSAM
43. Another version of Ltd. : LIM
44. Philanderer. : DONJUAN
46. Prize-winning director. : KAZAN
48. Kiln for hops. : OAST
49. Worth. : MERIT
50. People of Acadian French descent. : CAJUNS
53. Obscurity. : DARKNESS
56. Surmounts. : OVERCOMES
58. Become a member. : ENROL
59. Food processing plants. : CANNERIES
60. Coronet. : TIARA
61. Dear me! : ALAS
62. White-walled item. : TIRE
63. Piquant. : SALTY
1. Thin, narrow bar. : SLAT
2. Archaic verb form. : HATH
3. Topsy-turvy. : UPSIDEDOWN
4. Hinders from action. : TIESUP
5. Confused. : SNARLED
6. Roman naturalist. : PLINY
7. Factory in China. : HONG
8. "___ a boy!" : ITS
9. Changes gears. : SHIFTS
10. Basement entrances. : AREAWAYS
11. Brilliant display. : RIOT
12. Pouting grimace. : MOUE
13. A science: Abbr. : ASTR
16. Expert. : ADROIT
20. ___ ease (uncomfortable). : ILLAT
23. Square, fore-and-aft, etc. : SAILS
24. Son of Montague. : ROMEO
26. Three-sided. : TRILATERAL
27. Familiar tincture. : IODIN
28. Attlee's nickname. : CLEM
29. Deuce. : CARD
31. Relied (on). : LEANT
32. Capp and others. : ALS
35. Visits. : SOJOURNS
37. Falcon used in hunting. : SAKER
40. Shade of expression. : NUANCE
42. Outlets. : MARKETS
45. Classify. : ASSORT
47. Indiana state flower. : ZINNIA
49. Billiard stroke. : MASSE
50. TV's Imogene. : COCA
51. Of grandparents. : AVAL
52. German city, site of Napoleonic victory. : JENA
53. Bambi's family. : DEER
54. Kind. : SORT
55. Dispatch. : SLAY
57. Early in the 11th century. : MII

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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