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AT ONE'S LEISURE

New York Times, Sunday, September 1, 1963

Author:
Anthony Morse
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.30, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 502 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 132, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
Anthony Morse has 35 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,145
Across
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Deep tones. : BASSES
7
Cheer. : APPLAUD
14
View. : SCAPE
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Anc. city of Greece, near Delphi. : ELATEA
20
Ornament. : ROSETTE
21
Finnish baths. : SAUNAS
22
Emblem of victory. : LAUREL
23
Phoenician goddess. : ASTARTE
24
Wandering. : ERRANT
25
Sacred Chinese mountain. : OMEI
26
Next to Ill. : IND
28
Find out. : SEE
29
Forenoon: Fr. : MATINEE
30
Part of an old-time song title. : WORKINGONTHERAILROAD
35
Times. : ERAS
36
Sooner than. : ERE
37
River to the Havel. : SPREE
38
Since: Fr. : DEPUIS
41
Man with a scale. : GUIDO
43
Noun suffix. : IER
44
Biblical land. : SABA
48
Genus of fishes. : ELOPS
49
Entrance. : GATE
50
Homers. : RUNS
52
Shaving adjunct. : STROP
53
Big question in some industries. : FEATHERBEDDING
56
Fanciful. : QUAINT
57
Cummerbund. : SASH
58
See 49 Across. : DOOR
59
Word of approval. : YEA
60
Vacation results. : SUNTANS
61
Spa on Lake Geneva. : EVIAN
63
___ in the day's work. : ALL
64
Faithful. : LIEGE
65
Sinclair Lewis hero. : BABBITT
68
___ shoestring. : ONA
69
Hill's partner. : DALE
70
"But yet the pity ___ . . . " : OFIT
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See 1 Down: Scot. : ANEATH
75
Bonuses of a sort. : FRINGEBENEFITS
78
Empty. : INANE
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S.A. streams. : RIOS
80
Theban city. : AMON
81
Nautical term. : ATRIP
82
19th century soprano. : LIND
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Be indisposed. : AIL
84
Flirtatious one. : OGLER
86
European capital. : ATHENS
87
More advanced. : OLDER
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Desert robe. : ABA
90
School hour. : NINE
91
Words from "Macbeth," Act IV. : DOUBLETOILANDTROUBLE
99
Evades. : PARRIES
100
Extinct bird. : MOA
101
Exclamations. : AHS
102
Cleverly done. : NEAT
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Native. : INNATE
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Constellation. : CENTAUR
107
Bob. : HAIRDO
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Measures. : STERES
110
Cuban province. : ORIENTE
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Mangle. : IRONER
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Norse gods. : AESIR
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Found. : LOCATED
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English dramatist. : PINERO
Down
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On earth. : BELOW
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Where Colonel Bowie died. : ALAMO
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___kraut. : SAUER
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Gershwin show. : STRIKEUPTHEBAND
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Trio on a report card. : EEE
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California city. : SALINAS
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Farm land, as in Texas. : ARADO
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Type of photo print: Abbr. : POS
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Confidential sound. : PST
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Held in check. : LEASHED
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Up ___ (trapped). : ATREE
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Divulges. : UTTERS
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Aberdeen river. : DEE
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French philosopher. : SARTRE
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Article of virtu. : CURIO
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Piña. : ANANA
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Furnished with glass. : PANED
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East: Sp. : ESTE
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Ship. : SEALER
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Military units: Abbr. : NGS
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Sticks in the mud. : MIRES
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Dubliners. : IRISH
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Gender. : NEUTER
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Did one's best. : TRIED
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Taking off. : APING
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Meanings, for short. : DEFS
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Birthplace of Zeno. : ELEA
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Bluegrasses. : POAS
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African republic. : GABON
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Window. : ORIEL
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Lindsay-Crouse play. : STATEOFTHEUNION
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Melody. : ARIA
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European capital. : BONN
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Certain homes: Abbr. : APTS
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Old coin. : GROAT
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Spenser character. : UNA
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Warbled. : SUNG
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Dame Sitwell. : EDITH
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Poet Thomas. : DYLAN
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Fictional detective. : QUEEN
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Woodland deity. : SILEN
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Swift: Fr. : VITE
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Not equal: Prefix. : ANISO
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Tomorrow's topic. : LABOR
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Surety. : BAIL
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Years: Lat. : ANNI
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Seed. : BEAN
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Pizarro's metal. : ORO
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Lower. : DEMEAN
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Enthusiasm. : FIRE
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Schedule of a trip: Abbr. : ITIN
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Recipe quantities. : TSPS
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Cut of meat. : FILET
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Roman ruler. : GALBA
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"And his wife could ___ lean." : EATNO
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Bridle paths. : RIDES
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Tree-covered walks: Fr. : ALLEES
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Ivory statue of legend. : GALATEA
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Dirigible. : AIRSHIP
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___ dictum. : OBITER
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Cesar of the movies. : ROMERO
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To the ___ degree. : NTH
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Subject of Boccaccio biography. : DANTE
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Town near Verdun. : ORNES
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Arrow poison. : URARI
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Type style. : IONIC
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Took a chance. : DARED
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European capital. : BERNE
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Stevedore. : LADER
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Largest of the Kuriles. : ETORO
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City NNE of Leghorn. : PISA
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Mountain pass. : COL
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Adjective suffix. : ANT
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Western aborigine. : UTE
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Uris hero. : ARI

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 13 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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