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In mint condition Universal 26 Jan 2022
Up-to-date Eugene Sheffer 18 Jan 2022
Recently purchased USA Today 17 Jan 2022
Fresh Thomas Joseph 13 Jan 2022
Inexperienced Family Time 09 Jan 2022
Completely fresh Universal 01 Jan 2022
Still in the box, say New York Times 01 Jan 2022
With 18- and 36-Down, beginning of a sort Thomas Joseph 01 Jan 2022
Never seen before Universal 25 Dec 2021
Word in four U.S. state names USA Today 08 Nov 2021
___ with tags (clothing condition) Universal 06 Nov 2021
Opposite of used USA Today 02 Nov 2021
Just out Wall Street Journal 30 Oct 2021
Unused Universal 29 Oct 2021
Just arrived Newsday 21 Oct 2021
'___ Kid' (graphic novel) USA Today 15 Oct 2021
Just out Eugene Sheffer 11 Oct 2021
Never been used The Washington Post 04 Oct 2021
Fresh Wall Street Journal 04 Oct 2021
Never been used LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2021
Like a penny fresh from the mint Family Time 03 Oct 2021
___ Zealand The Washington Post Sunday 03 Oct 2021
Alternative to pre-owned Universal 01 Oct 2021
Original Thomas Joseph 24 Sep 2021
___ and improved USA Today 24 Sep 2021
Just out Wall Street Journal 15 Sep 2021
Right from the manufacturer Family Time 05 Sep 2021
Unseen before Universal 12 Aug 2021
Fresh Universal 06 Aug 2021
Innovative Premier Sunday 11 Jul 2021
Just released Universal 05 Jul 2021
Word before "money" or "moon" Universal 02 Jul 2021
Untested The Washington Post 19 Jun 2021
Untested LA Times Daily 19 Jun 2021
Green ___ Deal USA Today 09 Jun 2021
Just out Eugene Sheffer 18 May 2021
Not previously used The Times Concise 14 May 2021
Fresh The Telegraph Quick 08 May 2021
___ moon (lunar phase) USA Today 06 May 2021
Up-to-date Eugene Sheffer 29 Apr 2021
Just released Newsday 25 Apr 2021
Original Thomas Joseph 09 Apr 2021
Novel Premier Sunday 04 Apr 2021
Appearing for the first time Family Time 04 Apr 2021
Unfamiliar, perhaps Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2021
Both N's in NY, NY USA Today 22 Feb 2021
Never been used Family Time 01 Feb 2021
Just out of the box Universal 28 Jan 2021
Great eBay condition Universal 27 Jan 2021
Avant garde Canadiana 18 Jan 2021
Not seen before Newsday 15 Jan 2021
With 65-Across, calendar start Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2020
Like the year you ring in on January 1 New York Times 08 Dec 2020
Green New York Times 02 Dec 2020
Brand-___ (not used) Family Time 30 Nov 2020
Fresh Thomas Joseph 23 Nov 2020
Begin ___ (start over) The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
Inside the box? New York Times 20 Nov 2020
Word before age or year LA Times Daily 15 Nov 2020
Word before age or year The Washington Post 15 Nov 2020
Yet to be trained Newsday 13 Nov 2020
The N of NYT The Washington Post Sunday 08 Nov 2020
Never-before-seen New York Times 05 Nov 2020
Word with "York" Family Time 25 Oct 2020
Just published Newsday 21 Oct 2020
''So what else is __?'' Newsday 19 Oct 2020
With 10 Down, site of the Hindustan Times's headquarters The Washington Post Sunday 18 Oct 2020
Just-released USA Today 14 Oct 2020
Improved companion? The Washington Post 13 Oct 2020
Just-dropped USA Today 13 Oct 2020
Improved companion? LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2020
Current Wall Street Journal 10 Oct 2020
Just out Newsday 08 Oct 2020
Unopened, say New York Times 07 Oct 2020
Start of four U.S. state names New York Times 02 Sep 2020
Green LA Times Daily 29 Aug 2020
Green The Washington Post 29 Aug 2020
Recently introduced The Washington Post Sunday 23 Aug 2020
State-of-the-art New York Times 29 Jul 2020
Emergent LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2020
Emergent The Washington Post 29 Jul 2020
'___ and improved!' New York Times 28 Jul 2020
Original Wall Street Journal 08 Jul 2020
Still in the package The Washington Post 02 Jul 2020
Just-introduced USA Today 02 Jul 2020
Still in the package LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2020
Novel The Telegraph Quick 19 Jun 2020
Freshly minted USA Today 14 Jun 2020
With 12-Down, Zooey Deschanel sitcom USA Today 04 Jun 2020
Not seen before The Washington Post 31 May 2020
Not seen before LA Times Daily 31 May 2020
Unopened Universal 11 May 2020
Still in the wrapper USA Today 06 Apr 2020
Still in original condition USA Today 05 Apr 2020
In mint condition New York Times 22 Mar 2020
In original packaging Family Time 01 Mar 2020
__ West Records: Nashville label LA Times Daily 27 Feb 2020
__ West Records: Nashville label The Washington Post 27 Feb 2020
Available for the first time Family Time 16 Feb 2020
Groundbreaking The Washington Post Sunday 02 Feb 2020
Innovative The Washington Post Sunday 19 Jan 2020
Seen for the first time The Times Concise 31 Dec 2019
Word with "brand-spanking" Family Time 23 Dec 2019
Neo Canadiana 09 Dec 2019
Hot off the presses Universal 06 Dec 2019
Word with York or Jersey The Washington Post 02 Dec 2019
Word with York or Jersey LA Times Daily 02 Dec 2019
Inexperienced
Inexperienced New York Times 28 Nov 2019
Ad word often written with an exclamation point
Ad word often written with an exclamation point New York Times 07 Nov 2019
Still in the package Universal 29 Oct 2019
Just out of the box The Washington Post Sunday 20 Oct 2019
Just-purchased Universal 17 Oct 2019
Word in four state names USA Today 14 Oct 2019
Modern The Times Concise 04 Oct 2019
Fresh The Washington Post Sunday 29 Sep 2019
Big advertising catchword New York Times 15 Sep 2019
Original The Telegraph Quick 05 Sep 2019
Modern Thomas Joseph 29 Aug 2019
Factory-fresh Universal 07 Aug 2019
Never before seen Newsday 03 Aug 2019
Unused Universal 31 Jul 2019
___ York City Family Time 09 Jun 2019
___ York Family Time 02 Jun 2019
Just out Universal 25 May 2019
'The ___ World' (2005 Colin Farrell film) The Washington Post Sunday 12 May 2019
Common blog keyword for sorting posts New York Times 10 May 2019
Hardly historic Wall Street Journal 09 May 2019
Available for the first time Newsday 17 Apr 2019
Unaccustomed Newsday 06 Apr 2019
It's not used by all sides today Irish Times Crosaire 30 Mar 2019
Just out The Washington Post 22 Mar 2019
Fresh New York Times 12 Mar 2019
Mint-condition Jonesin 19 Feb 2019
Kind of moon New York Times 26 Jan 2019
Unopened New York Times 23 Jan 2019
'What's __?' The Washington Post 20 Jan 2019
"What's __?" LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2019
Fresh, recent The Times Concise 10 Jan 2019
Recently hired USA Today 08 Jan 2019
Not yet opened Family Time 06 Jan 2019
'Happy ___ year!' The Washington Post Sunday 06 Jan 2019
Big advertising catchword
Recently hired
Just-purchased
Still in the package
Unopened
Unused
Word in four state names
Common blog keyword for sorting posts
Hardly historic
Original
Just out
Fresh
Factory-fresh
Kind of moon
Never-before-seen
"What's __?"
Fresh
Just out
Freshly minted
Unopened
Part of four state names The Washington Post 26 Dec 2018
Part of four state names LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2018
'What's ___?' New York Times 15 Dec 2018
Unheard-of? LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2018
Unheard-of? The Washington Post 13 Dec 2018
Cutting-edge Wall Street Journal 12 Dec 2018
Still wrapped Newsday 02 Dec 2018
Previously unreleased USA Today 29 Nov 2018
U-turn from old Family Time 25 Nov 2018
Avant-guard Canadiana 19 Nov 2018
Fresh The Washington Post 16 Nov 2018
Fresh LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2018
'The Emperor's ___ Groove' (Disney film) The Washington Post Sunday 11 Nov 2018
Fresh Canadiana 22 Oct 2018
Strange (to) LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2018
Strange (to) The Washington Post 12 Oct 2018
___ Amsterdam (name on colonial maps) New York Times 07 Oct 2018
Still in the crate USA Today 02 Oct 2018
Just out LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2018
Fresh off the assembly line USA Today 14 Sep 2018
Unused Newsday 04 Sep 2018
Fresh Wall Street Journal 30 Aug 2018
Just out on shelves Family Time 27 Aug 2018
Cutting-edge Newsday 24 Aug 2018
Never seen before Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2018
Just released The Washington Post Sunday 19 Aug 2018
Opposite of full Wall Street Journal 16 Aug 2018
Not heard before The Washington Post 10 Aug 2018
Not heard before LA Times Daily 10 Aug 2018
Not existing before The Times Concise 10 Aug 2018
Right out of the box Wall Street Journal 18 Jul 2018
Just on shelves Universal 14 Jul 2018
Just out Jonesin 10 Jul 2018
Just arrived Newsday 07 Jul 2018
Mint Wall Street Journal 21 Jun 2018
Novel Canadiana 18 Jun 2018
Novel The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Apr 2018
Not quite improved? Jonesin 17 Apr 2018
Fresh The Times Concise 01 Apr 2018
Still in the shrink-wrap New York Times 26 Mar 2018
Not old Universal 01 Mar 2018
Just out Wall Street Journal 17 Feb 2018
Never seen before Newsday 16 Feb 2018
Hot off the presses Jonesin 13 Feb 2018
'What's ___?' The Washington Post Sunday 04 Feb 2018
Part of 24-Across New York Times 03 Feb 2018
Unfamiliar New York Times 30 Jan 2018
Just on the market Universal 25 Jan 2018
Fresh out of the box New York Times 18 Jan 2018
___ London, Conn The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jan 2018
Just made Universal 09 Jan 2018
Word after 'brand spanking' Jonesin 09 Jan 2018
Innovative Canadiana 08 Jan 2018
Never preowned Universal 03 Jan 2018
Part of four state names
Cutting-edge
Unheard-of?
Strange (to)
Not heard before
Green
Right out of the box
Opposite of full
Never seen before
Mint
Fresh
Not old
Never preowned
Fresh out of the box
Novel
"What's ___?"
Just on the market
Just on shelves
Just made
Fresh off the assembly line
Previously unreleased
Part of 24-Across
Still in the shrink-wrap
Unfamiliar
Still in the crate
___ Amsterdam (name on colonial maps)
Just out USA Today 22 Dec 2017
Contemporary Newsday 21 Dec 2017
'...and a happy ___ year' Wall Street Journal 20 Dec 2017
FDR's ___ Deal The Washington Post Sunday 17 Dec 2017
Modern The Telegraph Quick 14 Dec 2017
Novel Universal 24 Nov 2017
Direct from the factory USA Today 13 Nov 2017
Still learning the ropes New York Times 25 Oct 2017
Unexplored New York Times 19 Oct 2017
Just off the conveyor belt Universal 18 Oct 2017
Unopened Premier Sunday 01 Oct 2017
Just announced The Washington Post 28 Sep 2017
Just announced LA Times Daily 28 Sep 2017
Debuting on screen The Washington Post 27 Sep 2017
Debuting on screen LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2017
Not preowned Jonesin 29 Aug 2017
Word often with "improved" Universal 29 Aug 2017
Freshly formulated Newsday 27 Jul 2017
Recently released Universal 18 Jul 2017
Determine whether cover-up is without precedent Irish Times Crosaire 01 Jul 2017
Never used LA Times Daily 22 Jun 2017
Never used The Washington Post 22 Jun 2017
Still shrink-wrapped Newsday 24 May 2017
___ Hampshire Family Time 23 Apr 2017
Sample of wine-waiter's novel Irish Times Crosaire 15 Apr 2017
Fresh set of directions The Times Cryptic 30 Mar 2017
Just-made New York Times 28 Mar 2017
Just released Universal 19 Mar 2017
Unopened in the box Jonesin 07 Mar 2017
Up to date Canadiana 06 Mar 2017
Fresh out of the box Universal 09 Feb 2017
Hot off the press USA Today 03 Feb 2017
Right out of the box USA Today 31 Jan 2017
Just-minted New York Times 31 Jan 2017
Opposite of old Family Time 15 Jan 2017
___ Guinea Universal 06 Jan 2017
Just announced
___ Guinea
Word often with "improved"
Recently released
Novel
Just off the conveyor belt
Debuting on screen
Never used
Just-made
Just-minted
Still learning the ropes
Unexplored
Right out of the box
Just out
Direct from the factory
"So, what else is ___?" Universal 31 Dec 2016
With 24 Across, ill-fated grocery debut of 1985 Newsday 31 Dec 2016
Word with England or Mexico The Washington Post 19 Dec 2016
Cutting-edge The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Dec 2016
Waiting for its first owner Universal 02 Dec 2016
In need of orientation, say New York Times 25 Nov 2016
Having just dropped New York Times 18 Nov 2016
Unaware of office politics, maybe Jonesin 08 Nov 2016
Still in its original packaging Universal 30 Oct 2016
Partner of "improved" USA Today 29 Oct 2016
Untried Newsday 22 Oct 2016
Fresh, novel Irish Times Simplex 24 Sep 2016
Just-made Premier Sunday 18 Sep 2016
Not yet unwrapped Universal 06 Sep 2016
Unused Canadiana 29 Aug 2016
Innovative Newsday 24 Aug 2016
Previously unknown Wall Street Journal 30 Jul 2016
Dvorák's "__ World Symphony" LA Times Daily 03 Jul 2016
Like emails with still-bolded headings New York Times 20 Jun 2016
Fresh from the factory The Washington Post 01 Jun 2016
Just out of the box USA Today 09 May 2016
Still in the box, perhaps Wall Street Journal 09 Apr 2016
Groundbreaking The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Mar 2016
Just in Newsday 24 Mar 2016
Leader of four U.S. states New York Times 24 Mar 2016
Novel, recent The Telegraph Quick 14 Mar 2016
___ York Mets Family Time 29 Feb 2016
State-of-the-art Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2016
Novel USA Today 15 Feb 2016
Just purchased USA Today 08 Feb 2016
Part of NKOTB Jonesin 26 Jan 2016
Hot off the presses New York Times 25 Jan 2016
Unfamiliar The Washington Post 06 Jan 2016
In mint condition Universal 05 Jan 2016
Cutting-edge
Waiting for its first owner
Just out of the box
Just purchased
Novel
In mint condition
"So, what else is ___?"
Partner of "improved"
Groundbreaking
Like emails with still-bolded headings
In need of orientation, say
Dvorák's "__ World Symphony"
Hot off the presses
Having just dropped
With 65- and 66-Across, when to sing the song in the circled squares New York Times 30 Dec 2015
Cutting-edge USA Today 28 Dec 2015
Mint New York Times 20 Dec 2015
Improved partner? USA Today 14 Dec 2015
Opened or unused USA Today 13 Dec 2015
Just put on the shelves USA Today 10 Dec 2015
Just minted Wall Street Journal 03 Dec 2015
Just released USA Today 08 Nov 2015
"___ and improved!" Universal 27 Oct 2015
Not previously seen New York Times 16 Oct 2015
Fresh Eugene Sheffer 30 Sep 2015
Just-released Jonesin 15 Sep 2015
Unopened USA Today 28 Aug 2015
Freshly made USA Today 23 Aug 2015
Unlike chestnuts Newsday 11 Jul 2015
Unfamiliar Eugene Sheffer 06 Jul 2015
Never done before LA Times Daily 09 Jun 2015
Word in four state names LA Times Daily 27 May 2015
Never-before seen Newsday 26 May 2015
Unused LA Times Daily 25 May 2015
Still in the package Newsday 18 May 2015
Still in a wrapper Universal 16 May 2015
'What's ?' Eugene Sheffer 02 May 2015
Fresh Universal 11 Apr 2015
Additional LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2015
First word in four state names USA Today 17 Mar 2015
Fresh from the factory Universal 11 Mar 2015
__ and improved LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2015
*YSE New York Times 03 Feb 2015
Cutting-edge LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2015
Groundbreaking New York Times 19 Jan 2015
Mint
Not previously seen
Word in four state names
__ and improved
Never before seen
Never done before
Cutting-edge
Additional
Unused
*YSE
Groundbreaking
Just put on the shelves
Improved partner?
Freshly made
First word in four state names
With 65- and 66-Across, when to sing the song in the shaded squares
Fresh
"___ and improved!"
Still in the box, perhaps
Just out
Just minted
Fresh from the factory
Still in a wrapper
Cutting-edge
Cutting-edge
Just published
Unopened
Never-before seen
Opened or unused
Just released
Still in the package
Unlike chestnuts
Green
Unseen before
This puzzle's obvious theme word
Like FDR's deal
Advertisement word
Adman's word
Mexico's leader?
Popular "Edition" in '80s
Hot off the press
Still in the wrapper
Still in the package
Just hired
Avant-garde
Just released
Never-before-seen
Never done before
Part of NYC
With 58-Down, Enya's music genre
Fresh
Without precedent
Never used
Groundbreaking
Improved's partner
Unlike reruns
Freshly made
Innovative
Without precedent
Still wrapped
Improved partner?
Without precedent
Mint
Unfamiliar
Not used
Right out of the package
Unlike reruns
"Brave __ World"
Fresh
Just out of the box
Still in the package
Wet behind the ears
Cutting-edge
First word in four state names
Improved partner?
Just off the assembly line
Math or moon preceder
Novel
Novel
Opposite of 39-Down
"Brave __ World"
Just minted
Just out of the box
Reported for the first time
Still in the package
Wet behind the ears
Fresh
Unheard of
Unprecedented
Common packaging word
State-of-the-art
Just-released
Recent
Still wrapped
Alpha Rev "___ Morning"
___ Order
"___ and improved!" (ad claim)
Hot off the presses
Just hired
Just hired
Mint
Up-to-date
Unseasoned
Fresh out of the package
Pink Floyd "I am just a ___ boy"
Like a debut
Just out
"Spanking" condition
Just put on the market
Just off the assembly line
___ and improved
Improved partner?
Head of England?
Unheard-of
Just in
Also improved, presumably
Wet behind the ears
Not "pre-owned"
Like a debut
Brand ___ Heavies
Enuff Z'nuff hit "___ Thing"
__ blood
Learning the ropes
Just off the assembly line
Right out of the box
Shiny, say
Unopened in the box
Never before seen
Previously unknown
Part of NB
Mint
Unaccustomed (to)
First word in four state names
Improved partner?
Mint
Unused
__ moon
Just minted
Untested
First word in four state names
__ moon
Roosevelt's ___ Deal
"Autumn in ___ York"
Word in four U.S. state names
As yet unopened
Mint
Still in the box
Still in the crate
Uncharted
Unfamiliar
___ Kids on the Block
Bobby Brown band __ Edition
Just out
Like ___
Still in the crate
___ Scotland Yard
Fresh
Modern
Unfamiliar
Original
Just hired
Partner of improved
Original
Brand follower?
Just off the assembly line
Spanking follower
Strange
Not just reworked
Original
Just on the market
Like F.D.R.'s deal
Word with "moon" or "math"
___ World (Columbus' discovery)
Novel
Partner of improved
Just out
Still in the package
Mint
Just out
Straight from the factory
Word in four state names
Word in four U.S. state names
Unfamiliar
"Brave ___ World"
"What's ___?"
Debuting on the market
Novel
NYC part
Unheard of
Not used
Without precedent
Untried
Previously unheard of
Not yet used
Fresh out of the box
Without precedent
Previously unseen
Out-of-the-box
"__ and improved!": ad claim
Just released
Innovative
Fresh
Far from ancient
Without precedent
Previously unseen
Out-of-the-box
Never done before
"__ and improved!": ad claim
Francis Bacon's "The ___ Atlantis"
Not yet opened
Different
Just released
Just out
With 51-Across, singer's latest
First word in four state names
Cutting-edge
Common marketing word
Innovative
Still learning the ropes
Improved partner
Just in or just out
___ Guinea
Up-to-date
Unopened
Part of NYC
Untrained
Recent
Not used
Mexico's leader?
Novel (and word found in 17-, 26-, 41-, 51-, and 66-Across)
Like some pickles and potatoes
Ad catchword
With 51-Across, singer's latest
Improved partner
Green, in a way
With 40-Across, change of government
Innovative
Green
Like VCRs in the 1970s
Debuting on the market
Improved partner
Pristine
Spanking follower?
Never used
Like F.D.R.'s Deal
Original
Common city name starter
Debuting on the market
Pristine
Kind of car
Straight from the factory
Unused
Still in the box
Spanking follower?
Original
Word with spanking or brand
Word in many a colonial place names
___ and improved
Fresh
Spanking follower
Recent
Word with moon or math
Improved partner
Just released
Hot off the press
Just put on the market
Straight out of the box
Of recent origin
State-of-the-art
Fresh
Word in four U.S. state names
Far from ancient
Unexplored
"Brave ___ World"
Unexplored
Hot off the presses
Far from ancient
Kind of math
Mint-condition
Like crosswords in 1913
Young
Mint-condition
Word with math or moon
Uncharted
Second word shouted on January 1, often
Mint
Improved's partner
Just out
Just published
Partner of improved
Hot off the presses
Unfamiliar
Wet behind the ears
Precedes wave or world
Up-to-date
Mexico's leader?
Just out
Just in or out
England or Mexico preceder
___ math
Mint
Before Mexico
Just-bought
Unopened
Hot off the press
Novel
Original
Just hired
Start of four U.S. state names
Unfamiliar
Novel
___ England
Just out
Just in
Word with Mexico or England
State-of-the-art
Partner of improved
Experimental
"What's ___?"
Recent
Modern
Partner of improved
In mint condition
Not clichéd
Ad catchword
Fresh on the market
Hot off the press
-- Haven, CT
Without precedent
Just hired
Modernized
Kind of twist or wrinkle
Unfamiliar, as territory
Recent
Start of many a place name
Unfamiliar
Word that unites the capitalized clues
Unused
Just out
Green
Recent
Not used
Unused
Start of many a place name
Word that unites the capitalized clues
Unaccustomed (to)
In mint condition, with like
Out of the box
With 40-Across, modern
Current
Novel
Fresh
Out of the box
Just arrived
"What's ___?"
Different
Word with Spain, France, or England
"What's ___?"
Like crosswords in 1913
Fresh from the factory
Hot off the press
Different
Powerful ad word
Just in
Innovative
Huxley's "Brave _____ World"
Opposite of 37-Down's solution
Still in the box
___ Democrat
Untried
Just discovered
__ and improved
Green, in a way
Untouched
Spanking ___
Green, in a way
___ Columbia (proposed state name of Washington, D.C.)
Mint-condition
Just-hired
Like a greenhorn
Not "pre-owned"
Unhandled
Kerrey is leaving the Senate to head the ___ School University
Inexperienced
Unheard of
Like freshmen
Unused
___ Mexico
Appearing for the first time
Right from the factory
Mint condition
Type of car
York or Delhi preceder
21st-century
Unused
"So, what else is ___?"
Hot off the press
Improved partner
In mint condition
Mod
Inexperienced
Freshly minted
Adman's word
Word with Deal or Frontier
____ Age: music style
Like a crescent moon
Not preowned
Not the same old same-old
Modern
Like Roosevelt's Deal
England or Mexico
Just-hired
Novel
Like FDR's Deal
Just on the market
Frequent partner of "Improved"
With 62-Across, music genre
Moon or Deal
Untapped
Ad word
Fresh
Not aged
Contemporary
Just-bought
Still in the wrapper
____ Orleans LA
Wave of art
Orwellian speak
Before Age or Deal
Modern
Powerful advertising word
Untried
Just in or out
Just minted
Just opened
Just in or just out
Like a crescent moon
_____ Guinea
Trendy
Broom or moon preceder
Recent
Just in
Unworn
The ___ Edition (rock group)
Neoteric
Fashionable
Avant-garde
Modern
Just on the market
Romberg's "The ___ Moon"
"Shanghai" author
Huxley's "Brave ___ World"
Part of N.T.
Unaccustomed
"O brave ___ world . . . !"
___ Year's Day
Unfamiliar
Just released
"I Love ___ York"
"___ Girl in Town," 1957 musical
Unessayed
___ Guinea
{/Greeting: Part II/}
___ Bedford, Mass.
Word with England or York
With 68 Across, 1930's promise
Salamander
Unhackneyed
___ Delhi
___ Testament
Bedford or Orleans
One of the Yorks
Late
Good as ___
Deal or moon
With 59 Across, victory during 40 Down
York or Deal
As good as ___
Word with fangled
Britain or England
Fresh.
Unfamiliar.
Different.
Different, in a way.
Just out.
Beginning again.
Recent.
Untried.
Strange.
Kind of math.
See 27 Across.
Fashionable.
Original.
Evergreen.
Late.
Kind of look.
Up-to-date.
Unused.
Spick-and-span.
Just made.
Unaccustomed.
Favorite ad word.
Without precedent.
Inexperienced.
Lately acquired.
Hot off the press.
Recently grown.
___ World.
Renovated.
Regenerated.
Fresh-minted.
Refreshed in spirits.
Novel.
What 1953 is.
___ World Symphony.
First word in names of four states.
Part of the name of four States.
___ Delhi.
F.D.R.'s Deal.
Opposite of second-hand.
"I saw a ___ heaven and a ___ earth."—Revelation.
Unhandled
Untapped
Fresh
Recently out
Unused
With 57-Across, Met people?
With 64-Down, big name in baseball caps
Fresh out of the box
Just out
Out today
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