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New York Times, Thursday, January 22, 1953

Author: William F. Bulow
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 90, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,313
Across Down
1. This lies between Great Britain and Europe. : NORTHSEA
9. This lies east of 1 Across. : BALTIC
15. The ___ League. : AMERICAN
16. Where port wine originated. : OPORTO
17. Create, as electricity. : GENERATE
18. Bewitches: Colloq. : MAGICS
19. All seats sold out. : SRO
20. A great number: Colloq. : SLEW
21. Auspicious. : BRIGHT
22. Litigant. : SUER
23. Small coins. : BITS
24. He was elected over Seymour and Greeley. : GRANT
27. Sailor's story. : YARN
29. Relative of the albacore. : TUNA
33. About 21 cents in India. : RUPEE
34. ___ Alley, North Korea. : MIG
35. River that flows through Munich. : ISAR
36. "Questa o Quella," for instance. : ARIA
37. Catches. : SNAGS
39. Commander in chief; Abbr. : CINC
40. Patton, Stalin or Tiger. : TANK
41. Not at home: Scot. : OOT
42. From then till now. : SINCE
43. Water plant. : ALGA
44. Jean ___, actress. : MUIR
46. Conducted. : WAGED
47. Consequently. : THEN
49. Welsh man's name. : EWAN
51. Kitchen utensil. : GRATER
54. Relative of a tap dance. : CLOG
55. The power of final decision. : SAY
58. Senators Gillette and Hickenlooper. : IOWANS
59. Sends by plane. : AIRMAILS
61. What the mint makes. : SPECIE
62. Come to rest again. : RESETTLE
63. "A tisket, a ___." : TASKET
64. West German leader. : ADENAUER
1. Scolding women. : NAGS
2. Hebrew measure, a tenth of a bushel. : OMER
3. Gamblers' heaven, Nevada. : RENO
4. Italian three. : TRE
5. Hairy. : HIRSUTE
6. Major diatonic, for instance. : SCALE
7. Kin of a diner. : EATERY
8. From the beginning. : ANEW
9. Missions for a stratojet. : BOMBINGS
10. To pieces. : APART
11. Expert in military transport and supply. : LOGISTICIAN
12. Spruce. : TRIG
13. Palm ailment of a miser. : ITCH
14. Business category. : COST
22. Surprise assault. : SNEAKATTACK
23. Kind of ship the Bounty was. : BRIG
24. Persona non ___. : GRATA
25. Beyond the suburban. : RURAL
26. Imitating. : APING
28. Relative of a Strad. : AMATI
30. Applying to a purpose. : USING
31. Garner's middle name. : NANCE
32. Made a fiery glow between electric poles. : ARCED
37. Maugham's middle name. : SOMERSET
38. Part of a sentence. : NOUN
42. Australian travelers with shoulder packs. : SWAGMEN
45. Depended. : RELIED
48. Oslo-born performer. : HENIE
50. Comparatively bad. : WORSE
51. Main point of a question. : GIST
52. Clothing: Span. : ROPA
53. Inspires with reverence. : AWES
54. Dear: Italian. : CARA
55. In ___ (in its original place): Lat. : SITU
56. Chaucer spelling of "the whole of." : ALLE
57. Dixmude's river. : YSER
60. "One ___ time." : ATA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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