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New York Times, Wednesday, January 17, 1951

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { H J Q }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 577
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1. Termagant's tongue-lashing. : TIRADE
7. Seaboards. : COASTS
13. Pernicious. : BANEFUL
14. Robin Hood, for instance. : OUTLAW
15. Incite to passion. : INFLAME
16. Bing Crosby. : GROANER
18. Turkish title. : AGA
19. Poe's croaker. : RAVEN
21. Tavern famous in Shakespeare's time. : MITRE
22. Dispatch. : SEND
24. Finishing line used by designers of type. : SERIF
26. Central part of a cathedral. : NAVE
27. Write in the books. : ENTER
29. Title of ruler of Hyderabad. : NIZAM
31. In medias ___ (into the midst of things) : RES
32. Crackling in the ether. : STATIC
34. Swain song. : SERENADE
36. Arab chief. : EMIR
38. Slender bristle: Botany. : SETA
39. Sleuthed around. : FERRETED
43. Renovate. : REVAMP
47. Tree-feller. : AXE
48. Lady in Greek verse. : DELIA
50. "___ the Salmon," by Henry Williamson. : SALAR
51. Flacon of perfume. : VIAL
53. He sings "Minnie the Moocher." : DANNY
55. Persian money of silver wire twisted into shape of fishhooks. : LARI
56. Woos optically. : OGLES
58. Orange ___ tea. : PEKOE
60. Storage compartment. : BIN
61. Gains back. : RETAKES
63. Impervious to appeal. : ADAMANT
65. Neophyte. : NOVICE
66. Takes up again. : RESUMES
67. Part of an earthquake. : TREMOR
68. Wine into vinegar. : ALEGAR
1. Sudden divergence from one course to another. : TANGENT
2. Spanish princess. : INFANTA
3. Kinsman: Abbr. : REL
4. Way out yonder. : AFAR
5. France's master romanticist. : DUMAS
6. Blockers and tacklers. : ELEVEN
7. Knows at sight. : COGNIZES
8. Of us. : OUR
9. Particle under worldwide research. : ATOM
10. Destroyed. : SLAIN
11. Fanfare for foxhunters. : TANTARA
12. Shifted course. : SWERVED
13. Prejudices. : BIASES
17. First Dodger in 1951 fold. : REESE
20. Goddess of Discord. : ERIS
23. Stay. : DETER
25. Traveler on land or sea. : FARER
28. Icebound. : RIMED
30. Measures out. : METES
33. Mentioned for bravery. : CITED
35. Of sea power. : NAVAL
37. Faller from grace. : RELAPSER
39. A kind act. : FAVOR
40. Urgent. : EXIGENT
41. Coined word for a busy broker. : REALTOR
42. Eat well. : DINE
44. Montgomery is its capital. : ALABAMA
45. Coleridge's old salt. : MARINER
46. Cotton dresses. : PRINTS
49. Seat of Turkish Government. : ANKARA
52. Sailor's holiday. : LEAVE
54. This echoes in the Engadine. : YODEL
57. Read superficially. : SKIM
59. Peace of mind. : EASE
62. Science of production and distribution: School slang. : ECO
64. Take a photographs for the rogues' gallery. : MUG

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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