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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

New York Times, Sunday, August 28, 1960

Author:
Paula Bauersmith
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.04, Missing: { X Z }, Scrabble score: 538 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 105, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 15, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
Paula Bauersmith has 8 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1960, The New York TimesNo. 4,062
Across
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Snatch. : GRAB
5
American patriot. : HALE
9
G. I.s' addresses. : APOS
13
Asian range. : ALAI
17
___ Quatorze. : LOUIS
18
Broad sashes. : OBIS
19
1770 mansion. : MONTICELLO
22
Sinuses: Anat. : ANTRA
23
Hautboy. : OBOE
24
White House name. : EISENHOWER
25
Depend (on). : RELY
26
Parallel. : EVEN
27
Resources. : ASSETS
28
Hoosier writer. : ADE
29
Period. : ERA
30
Engages. : MESHES
32
Feminine suffix. : ETTE
33
___ man. : YES
34
Duller. : DINGIER
37
Dines. : EATS
39
Hankering. : ITCH
42
Time of one's life. : OLDAGE
43
Rex. : HARRISON
46
Bounds. : LEAPS
50
Windows. : DORMERS
52
A number in math: Abbr. : GCM
53
Kind of poodle. : BARBET
54
Low dam. : WEIR
56
Noun suffix. : IST
57
Soon. : ANON
58
Renee of "The Big Parade." : ADOREE
59
___ box. : PANDORAS
61
Men of the cloth. : CLERICS
63
Virginia. : DARE
64
Nickname of 1936. : ALF
65
Jerry's friend. : TOM
66
Poet Marianne. : MOORE
67
Army monogram. : USA
69
Henry V. : HAL
70
Keyhole. : SLOT
72
Cellar contents. : LIQUORS
74
Boundary line of a lot. : FRONTAGE
76
Author of "Man, the Unknown." : CARREL
78
Vases. : URNS
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Tip. : FEE
80
Alike. : SAME
81
Approach. : ACCESS
82
Jeanne d'___. : ARC
83
Noxious vapors. : MIASMAS
85
Flavoring agents. : LEEKS
86
More soothing. : DREAMIER
88
Minks' cousins. : OTTERS
92
King of Egypt, 1300 B. C. : SETI
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Oliver Cromwell. : NOLL
95
Nesting place. : TREETOP
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Bleacherite. : FAN
99
"___ may look at a king." : ACAT
102
Trees. : ALDERS
104
"The Man With the ___." : HOE
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William Tell's home. : URI
106
___ al-Raschid. : HAROUN
108
Pipe. : FLUE
109
Victory personified. : NIKE
110
See 19 Across. : JEFFERSONS
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Presidential pet. : FALA
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Cut up. : DICED
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Kind of commerce. : INTERSTATE
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Albanian river. : DRIN
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Entangling. : SNARY
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Newcastle's river. : TYNE
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Rialto signs. : SROS
120
Quiet time. : REST
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Odysseus' magic herb. : MOLY
Down
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King Lear's daughter. : GONERIL
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Smallest county in England. : RUTLAND
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Sprightly. : AIRY
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Boys' group. : BSA
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Noted elder statesmen. : HOOVER
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Ecclesiastics. : ABBES
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Richard I of England. : LIONHEART
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In the style of: Suffix. : ESE
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City near Des Moines. : AMES
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Stability. : POISE
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Beginning. : ONSET
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Polish port. : STETTIN
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So!: Ger. : ACH
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Tolstoy. : LEO
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Forever: Poet. : ALWAY
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___ France. : ILEDE
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City on the Rio Grande. : LAREDO
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Influx. : INSET
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Natural products. : ORES
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Arabian chief. : EMEER
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Star man: Abbr. : ASTR
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Pinnae. : EARS
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Fish of cod family. : GADID
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Malayan. : IGOROT
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John Hancock and others. : SIGNERS
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Garbed. : CLAD
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Salomé's stepfather. : HEROD
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Dame Myra. : HESS
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Herb of baseball. : SCORE
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All: Prefix. : OMNI
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Nancy Hanks' son. : ABRAHAM
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Burke's ___. : PEERAGE
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Addison and ___. : STEELE
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Indian. : MIAMI
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___ profundo. : BASSO
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Henry A. : WALLACE
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Lay stress upon. : ENFORCE
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Then: Fr. : ALORS
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Blaise ___. : PASCAL
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Status symbol on wheels. : ROLLS
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Card game. : COONCAN
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French priests. : CURES
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Auk. : MURRE
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Having a handle. : ANSATE
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Journeys. : TREKS
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Periodical: Abbr. : QUAR
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"Freedom from ___." : FEAR
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Eat a little. : TASTE
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In ___. : ESSE
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European thrush. : FIELDFARE
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John Stuart. : MILL
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Samuel Finley Breese. : MORSE
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Judges of old Athens. : DICASTS
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Sad sound. : MOAN
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Moral. : ETHICAL
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Colony of seals. : ROOKERY
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Quick. : SPEEDY
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Asian goats. : TAHRS
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Boy astray. : TRUANT
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Sight from Tokyo. : FUJI
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Negative verbal form. : ARENT
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Smart: Slang. : NIFTY
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Bellowing. : AROAR
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Lone Ranger's pal. : TONTO
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Havelock ___. : ELLIS
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Exercises. : USES
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Boy: Span. : NINO
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Swamp. : FEN
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Before. : ERE
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See 113 Across. : FDR
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Medal for heroism : DSM

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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