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HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE

New York Times, Sunday, January 12, 1947

Author:
Louis Baron
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 172, Blocks: 75, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 658 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 160, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 53
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© 1947, The New York TimesNo. 257
Across
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Oligarch. : DICTATOR
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Freedom-denouncing doctrine. : FASCISM
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History's blackest. : HITLER
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Become pale from absence of sunlight. : ETIOLATE
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"Agovernmentosis." : ANARCHY
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Salt of oleic acid. : OLEATE
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Stokowski-Disney masterpiece. : FANTASIA
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Professional callings. : CAREERS
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Hebrew A's. : ALEPHS
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English festival. : ALE
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Stored. : STOCKED
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Penmen. : WRITERS
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Be adjusted. : SIT
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Impersonator. : MIME
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Large properties. : ESTATES
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In falconry, blinds a bird in taming. : SEELS
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Greek portico. : STOA
40
Plants modified by environment. : ECADS
42
Dawn goddess. : EOS
43
Messieurs. : MEN
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Isthmus connecting Thailand and Malay. : KRA
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Choose jointly. : COOPT
47
After the style of. : ALA
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Greek letter. : RHO
51
Ernest Thayer's hero. : CASEY
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What Annie Laurie was. : BONNIE
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Make-up. : MASCARA
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Edited. : ALTERED
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Eye-bank stock. : CORNEAS
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Ungulate group including hippopotami and swine. : OMNIVORA
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Jason's first wife. : MEDEA
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Mooring-cable hole in ship's bow. : HAWSE
65
Bumpkins. : LOUTS
66
Bird. : ERN
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Tack. : SEW
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Sahib, Tuan, or Bwana. : SIR
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Show spiritual regret. : ATONE
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Bacchanalia. : ORGY
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Sea between Spitzbergen and Nova Zembla. : BARENTS
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Cowardly knave in Henry V. : NYM
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Machine rod. : PISTON
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Four-handled drinking cup. : TIG
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Politically fluctuating S. American country. : BOLIVIA
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The painter from Delft (1632-1675). : VERMEER
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Say further. : ADD
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Relief decorations. : ONLAYS
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Disturb. : VEX
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Expressing the people's will. : POPULAR
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Precise. : TRUE
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Opinions. : VIEWS
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Migrating fish. : EEL
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Depression between mountains. : COL
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Tarsus and foot. : PES
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See here! : VOILA
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Hindoo prayer rugs. : ASANS
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Part of Handel's "Xerxes." : LARGO
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Attorney's fee. : RETAINER
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Evil genius of Luftwaffe. : GOERING
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Geheime Staatspolizei. : GESTAPO
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Innocent. : SINLESS
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Silvery. : ARGENT
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Strong point. : FORTE
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Eat at 6 o'clock. : SUP
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At all times. : AYE
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Unfastened. : LOOSE
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Miss West. : MAE
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Naval officer: Abbr. : ENS
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Essence. : SAP
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Hinged helmet. : ARMET
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Exclude. : OMIT
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Fleshy tubers. : BULBS
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Historic meeting place, December 1943. : TEHERAN
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Marsh rail. : SORA
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Morocco's second city: Fr. : FES
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Marlowe's Jew of Malta. : BARABAS
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Anopheles' gift to mankind. : MALARIA
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Forty winks. : NAP
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Rose fragrances. : ATTARS
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Contradicted. : NEGATED
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Reduce in intensity. : DECREASE
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California rockfishes. : REINAS
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Spherule. : GLOBULE
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Value-heightener. : ENHANCER
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Aloes compound used in dyes. : ORCINE
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Ancient cenobites. : ESSENES
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Uncommonly loud-voiced persons. : STENTORS
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Calumniate. : DEFAME
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Designating slanting type. : ITALIC
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Movies. : CINEMA
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Mite. : TOT
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O dear! : ALAS
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Intellectual relish. : TASTE
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Inactive. : OTIOSE
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That which responds to a stimulus. : REACTOR
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Unit of a fly's compound eye. : FACET
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Garland. : ANADEM
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Consort of the D.A.R. : SAR
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What the N.M.U. supplies a ship. : CREW
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Drink chillers. : ICERS
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Yelled. : SHRIEKED
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Edgar Allan Poe's specialty. : MYSTERY
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Grays with age. : HOARS
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Plagues. : ILLS
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Letter. : TEE
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Shoemaker's object for hammering leather. : LAPSTONE
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Invaded in 1935. : ETHIOPIA
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Puts forth again. : RESTATES
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Popular Russian buckwheat cereal. : KASHA
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Guido's top note. : ELA
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Extreme voraciousness. : EDACITY
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Withdraws. : SECEDES
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Shakespeare's poems. : SONNETS
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Russians, Poles, Czechs. : SLAVS
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River N. of Warsaw. : NAREW
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Fighter plane. : CORSAIR
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Negro people of Nigeria. : ARO
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Amphibian found in Austrian caves. : OLM
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Where Nereus lived. : SEA
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Yield. : BOW
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The "Hammer." : MOLOTOV
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Infant cupids in Italian paintings. : AMORINI
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Nestle. : SNUGGLE
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Of a given space. : AREAL
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Shelly mollusk covering. : TESTA
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Flivver. : CAR
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Shows up. : ARRIVES
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Ex-Nazi inquisitor. : HIMMLER
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City between Velikie Luki and Vitebak. : NEVEL
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Treacle. : SYRUP
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Of seals with ears. : OTARINE
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Little irregular lumps. : NODULES
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Ingratiates. : ENDEARS
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Ox: Latin. : BOS
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I don't agree. : NIX
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Catmint. : NEP
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For each. : PER
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Flaxlike or silky in appearance. : BYSSINE
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River where Catherine sailed. : VOLGA
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Alleviates. : EASES
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Most conscious. : AWAREST
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Ill omen. : PORTENT
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Laborers. : TOILERS
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Chang's twin. : ENG
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Jati. : CASTE
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Uncle ___. : VANYA
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Fabre's subject. : ANT
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Original of King Lear. : LER
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Goddess of plenty. : OPS
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___ Juana, Calif. : TIA
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Modern Charybdis, whirlpool off Sicily. : GALOFARO
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Aneroid mountain barometer. : OROMETER
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Narcissistic. : EGOISTIC
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Nazism's semantics and mullarkey ex-expert. : GOEBBELS
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Thrushlike bird. : OUSEL
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Key organization of Franco fascists. : FALANGE
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Military displays. : PARADES
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River in Austria and Yugoslavia. : MUR
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Thunder-smitten goddess. : SEMELE
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Progenitor. : PARENT
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Its capital is Monte Carlo. : MONACO
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One end of a pencil. : ERASER
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Diminishes. : TAPERS
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___ Terre, isle of French West Indies. : BASSE
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Palms. : SAGOS
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Where Orpheus went for Eurydice. : HADES
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Recess. : NICHE
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Coarse coat of grain. : BRAN
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Catch on. : SABE
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Islands off Ireland. : ARAN
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Cuckoo. : ANI
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Cask. : TUN
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Adjective suffix. : ENT

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 47 debuted here and reused later, 12 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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