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New York Times, Thursday, January 10, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 5.17, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 935
Across
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A gliding step in dancing. : CHASSE
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Habiliments. : GARB
11
Leader of the Leathernecks. : SHEPHERD
13
Bay windows. : ORIELS
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One who uses up goods. : CONSUMER
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Head of the Internal Revenue Bureau. : DUNLAP
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Something inserted, as in printed matter. : RUNIN
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A very rich man. : NABOB
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Common suffix. : ISE
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"___ Death," by Grieg. : ASES
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Member of a crew. : ROWER
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Man's nickname. : PETE
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Sea: French. : MER
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Boss of U. M. W. : LEWIS
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Took great pleasure in. : LOVED
27
Damascus is its capital. : SYRIA
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Put to death by drowning, as during the Reign of Terror. : NOYADED
31
Rep. Passman of Louisiana. : OTTO
33
Cato's garment. : TOGA
34
Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1951. : JOUHAUX
37
Large brown seaweeds. : KELPS
40
Under: Italian. : SOTTO
41
Vice President who became President, 1841. : TYLER
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Large lake in Minnesota. : RED
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Troublesome insect. : MITE
46
Intensely cold. : GELID
47
Call on the links. : FORE
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Girl's name. : INO
49
Powerful industrialist or financier. : BARON
50
Alert sound. : SIREN
51
First name of 11 Across. : LEMUEL
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Natives of Pocatello. : IDAHOANS
55
Scratches out. : ERASES
56
Unwanted alien. : DEPORTEE
57
Comeback of a rubber band. : SNAP
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Wanting one. : NEEDER
Down
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Defrauds: Colloq. : CHOUSES
2
Poultry farm. : HENNERY
3
Apogee or perigee of the moon. : APSIS
4
Keep clear of. : SHUN
5
A school: Abbr. : SEM
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Heretofore. : ERENOW
7
Root out of the ground. : GRUB
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River from the Jura Mts. to the Rhone. : AIN
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Make less tedious. : RELIEVE
10
Destroyed. : BLASTED
11
Modern version of "avaunt!" : SCRAM
12
Entice: 2 wds. : DRAWIN
13
Onion's forte. : ODOR
14
Phenomenon of modern living. : SPEED
19
Deprive of sensibility. : BESOT
22
Gaucho's lariat. : REATA
23
Pertaining to a foot. : PODAL
25
A print produced by a certain process: Colloq. : LITHO
26
Brewed drink. : LAGER
28
Mailman's daily march. : ROUTE
30
Linked. : YOKED
32
___ Mongolia. : OUTER
34
Carpenters who construct doors, windows, etc. : JOINERS
35
Seat for the extra TV guest. : OTTOMAN
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Having the nature of wood. : XYLOID
38
Distribute according to quota. : PRORATE
39
Calmer. : SERENER
40
Quality of a winning voice. : SMILE
42
Unter den ___. : LINDEN
44
Compact. : DENSE
46
Purchases at the gas station. : GALS
47
Narrow inlet of the sea between steep cliffs. : FIORD
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Sound of a horn: Colloq. : BEEP
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Abode for an old lady. : SHOE
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OWI's wartime magazine. : USA
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One of the zoo's attractions. : APE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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