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New York Times, Monday, September 17, 1962

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1962, The New York TimesNo. 4,812
Across
1. Man's name: Abbr. : CHAS
5. Like the sound of "ng." : NASAL
10. Boodle. : SWAG
14. Cease. : HALT
15. Take effect. : ENURE
16. Entire: Prefix. : HOLO
17. Great, decisive battle. : ARMAGEDDON
19. Come ___ (get). : INTO
20. Peeled. : PARED
21. Regarded with favor. : SMILEDON
23. High-flown: Colloq. : TALL
25. Carrot plant. : ANISE
26. Like a tree. : ARBOREAL
30. Preface: Abbr. : INTROD
33. Anklebone. : TALUS
34. A sudden activity. : BURST
36. Business degree: Abbr. : MBA
37. Law: Abbr. : STAT
38. French impressionist. : MONET
39. Fortuneteller. : SEER
40. Long time. : EON
41. Oleo, in Britain. : MARGE
42. Feel. : SENSE
43. Sock. : ANKLET
45. Lettered. : EDUCATED
47. Panorama. : VISTA
49. Weather word. : SNOW
50. Container of a sort, for apples, etc. : PIESHELL
53. Choleric. : IRATE
56. Red deer. : HART
57. Infer the truth of. : REASONTHAT
60. In ___ (in existence). : ESSE
61. Hamburger embellishment. : ONION
62. Tolerant. : EASY
63. Vienna. : WIEN
64. Bracken. : FERNS
65. Formal observance. : RITE
Down
1. Part of a dance. : CHA
2. Lyra. : HARP
3. Fostering: Lat. : ALMA
4. Begin. : STARTOUT
5. Compass pointer. : NEEDLE
6. "___ how!" : AND
7. Washday word. : SUDS
8. Scent. : AROMA
9. Russian, circa 1920. : LENINIST
10. Most retiring. : SHIEST
11. A marvel. : WONDERMENT
12. Choir voice. : ALTO
13. Continue. : GOON
18. Low and high. : GEARS
22. Fluff. : LINT
24. W. Willard Wirtz' concern. : LABOR
26. Yachting. : ATSEA
27. New Mexico town. : RATON
28. Milton specialty. : BLANKVERSE
29. Sudden thrust. : LUNGE
31. Plump plus. : OBESE
32. Challenged. : DARED
35. Grasses. : REEDS
38. ___ course. : MATTEROF
39. Mermaid's habitat. : SEAWATER
41. Interlock. : MESH
42. Disdain. : SCORN
44. Take advice. : LISTEN
46. See 24 Down. : UNIONS
48. Coeur d'___, Idaho. : ALENE
50. Exclamation of many meanings. : PHEW
51. Romanian city. : IASI
52. Den. : LAIR
54. People of Asia. : THAI
55. Down ___. : EAST
58. Offspring. : SON
59. Nautical chain or rope. : TYE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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