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New York Times, Wednesday, August 30, 1967

Author: Helen Fasulo
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,591
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1. Where Cuzco is. : PERU
5. Radar signal. : BLIP
9. Files. : RASPS
14. "___ a man who wasn't there." : IMET
15. Incarnation of Vishnu. : RAMA
16. Nobelist poet. : ELIOT
17. Sound meaning "I doubt it!" : UMPH
18. Director of a ballet company. : IMPRESARIO
20. A Delano. : SARA
21. Washer. : GASKET
22. Sixth sense, for short. : ESP
23. Move slowly. : INCH
25. Stirs up. : AROUSES
27. Entire quantity. : SUMTOTAL
31. Periods of time: Abbr. : YRS
32. Pray: Lat. : ORA
33. Speaker's reference. : NOTES
35. Menotti role. : AMAHL
39. River in China. : HAN
40. Swatch. : SNIPPET
42. Bering, for one. : SEA
43. Bit of French gossip. : ONDIT
45. Children: Lat. : PUERI
46. "___ semper tyrannis." : SIC
47. Flatfish. : DAB
49. Designating late-flowering plants. : SEROTINE
51. Shakespearean queen. : TITANIA
55. Duck genus. : ANAS
56. Bustle. : ADO
57. Fish. : TARPON
60. Try: Colloq. : STAB
63. In harmony. : CONSISTENT
65. Japanese ship. : MARU
66. Scallion. : ONION
67. Consumer. : USER
68. By and by. : ANON
69. Endocarp. : STONE
70. Optimistic. : ROSY
71. Commercial abbreviation. : NTWT
1. Papal name. : PIUS
2. Novel of 1816. : EMMA
3. Curtain lecture. : REPRIMAND
4. Statesman in the U.N. : UTHANT
5. Resort city in Sussex East. : BRIGHTON
6. Lhasa monk. : LAMA
7. Gremlins. : IMPS
8. Garment. : PARKA
9. Period in English history. : RESTORATION
10. State: Abbr. : ALA
11. Ancestors. : SIRES
12. Aplomb. : POISE
13. Prevents. : STOPS
19. Uncanny. : EERY
24. Youthful European monarch. : CONSTANTINE
26. Military monogram. : USM
27. London district. : SOHO
28. Monitor lizard. : URAN
29. Off balance. : ATIP
30. Southern constellation. : LEPUS
34. German admiral of 1914. : SPEE
36. Staff member. : ASSISTANT
37. French exclamation. : HEIN
38. Edging. : LACE
41. Vocation of a knight. : ERRANTRY
44. Peak of Crete. : IDA
48. Prejudice. : BIAS
50. 17th-century Dutch explorer. : TASMAN
51. Mexican sandwiches. : TACOS
52. "___ Care." : IDONT
53. Opera role. : TONIO
54. Polish man's name. : ARTUR
58. Coin of Manila. : PESO
59. Unites. : ONES
61. "And pretty maids all in ___." : AROW
62. Baseball strategy. : BUNT
64. Heir. : SON

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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