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Harold T. Bers
Harold T. Bers

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New York Times, Sunday, January 26, 1947

Author: Harold T. Bers
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 83, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 657 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 146, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 59
Harold T. Bers has 138 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1947, The New York TimesNo. 259
Across Down
1. Leon Blum's capital. : PARIS
6. Benes' capital. : PRAHA
11. Major sect of India. : HINDU
16. India's interim top man. : NEHRU
21. Trieste's northwest neighbor. : UDINE
22. Tito-ite. : YUGOSLAVIAN
24. ___ Property Custodian. : ALIEN
25. India's monetary unit. : RUPEE
26. Inhabiting caves. : TROGLODYTIC
27. Sect represented in India's Interim Government. : PARSI
28. U. S. Attorney General. : CLARK
29. Crone. : HAG
30. Land's ___, Cornwall. : END
31. Perfect. : ALL
32. Govern. : STEER
33. Admiral who became Senator. : HART
34. Primitive native of Bengal. : KOL
35. Generated. : BEGOT
37. Adage. : SAW
39. Wings. : ALAE
40. Panay negrito. : ATI
41. Massachusetts cape. : ANN
42. Fretted. : REPINED
44. Pronoun. : SHE
46. Political credo. : ISM
47. Household receptacles. : SOAPDISHES
50. William Henry Harrison. : TIPPECANOE
53. George, Vyacheslav and ___. : ERNEST
54. Chooses. : OPTS
56. Florence's river. : ARNO
57. Falls into place. : ALIGNS
58. Varangians. : ROS
59. The world's style setters. : PARISIANS
61. "Refrain, audacious ___."—W. S. Gilbert. : TAR
62. Detest. : ABHOR
65. Court sessions. : ASSIZES
66. Letter. : ESS
68. Informs. : TELLS
72. Child's missile. : BEANBAG
74. Symbol of dawn. : DEW
75. Regular change in direction of an axis. : PRECESSION
77. Flight: Prefix. : AVI
78. Changes. : VARIES
81. Where GI's are studying. : VASSAR
82. Obsolete agency. : PWA
83. Niters. : SALTPETERS
86. Bog. : FEN
87. Redo walls. : REPAPER
90. Follow. : ENSUE
91. British West African village. : EDE
92. Londoner's week-end resort. : MARGATE
95. Tolerate. : ABIDE
96. Child's howl. : BAW
98. Dogbanes. : OLEANDERS
100. Snooper. : SPY
101. Soft Peruvian wool. : ALPACA
104. Skeezix's uncle. : WALT
105. Girl's name. : IRMA
106. It keeps faucets from dripping. : WASHER
110. Witty French statesman (1754–1838). : TALLEYRAND
112. A major English shipyard site. : MERSEYSIDE
114. One in gin rummy. : ACE
115. The nahoor. : SNA
116. One of a pair of loaded dice: Obs. : DEMIBAR
120. Afternoon timeout for Englishmen. : TEA
121. Wheel track. : RUT
122. Good earth. : LOAM
124. Uncle: Dial. : EME
126. Caesar's nationality. : ROMAN
127. Mastery. : ART
128. Places. : LOCI
129. Small star in The Fox and the Goose. : ANSER
131. Exist. : ARE
133. Successful show. : HIT
134. Wine vessel. : AMA
135. Composer of Gipsy Love. : LEHAR
136. So. American dwarf cattle. : NIATA
137. Controversial straits. : DARDANELLES
140. Excited: Fr. : AGITE
141. U. S. Chief Justice, 1836–64. : TANEY
142. States solemnly. : ASSEVERATES
143. Discourage. : DETER
144. Sinuses. : ANTRA
145. Darnel. : NEELE
146. Reproduction cell of plants. : SPORE
147. Slag. : DROSS
1. How Alaska was acquired from Russia. : PURCHASE
2. Sycophant. : ADULATOR
3. Living on the banks of a river. : RIPARIAN
4. Lifeless. : INERT
5. Search for. : SEEK
6. Descendants of serpent slain by Apollo. : PYTHONS
7. The "R" of R. F. D. : RURAL
8. Atwitter. : AGOG
9. Glutton. : HOG
10. Dormant. : ASLEEP
11. Dorothy Vernon of ___ Hall. : HADDON
12. Eastern college league. : IVY
13. Miss Naldi. : NITA
14. Irish Parliaments. : DAILS
15. Open. : UNCLASP
16. Forty winks. : NAPS
17. Village on the Tigris. : ELATA
18. Stooge. : HIRELING
19. Add more salt and pepper. : RESEASON
20. One-tiered galleys. : UNIREMES
23. Neck muscles. : LONGI
34. Consolidates. : KNITS
35. Straddles. : BESTRIDES
36. Four: Comb. form. : TETRA
38. World's most important crop. : WHEAT
41. Condense and hold by surface adhesion. : ADSORB
42. Meal: French. : REPAS
43. Gustatorial gatherings. : DINNERS
45. Coups. : ECLATS
48. Mr. Argentina. : PERON
49. Beer component. : HOPS
51. Wild West law and order groups. : POSSES
52. Buenos ___. : AIRES
55. Glazes the surface. : SIZES
56. Sloths. : AIS
60. Stitch. : SEW
62. Lower. : ABASE
63. England's fiery Health Minister. : BEVAN
64. Salutes. : HAILS
65. Reddish red-yellow. : AGATE
67. Cause heartquake. : SCARE
69. Italian painter (1406–69). : LIPPI
70. Mooed. : LOWED
71. Inveigle. : SNARE
73. Hail. : AVE
75. All-"Aryan." : PANGERMAN
76. Before. : ERE
79. Bohemian dance. : REDOWA
80. Recent applicant to U. N. : IRELAND
81. Composer of Falstaff. : VERDI
84. Shylock's friend. : TUBAL
85. Between-war intervals. : PEACES
86. Ardent partisan. : FAN
88. Its juice is drunk on Broadway. : PAPAYA
89. Bottomless gulf. : ABYSS
92. Where wrestlers tangle. : MAT
93. Weapon furnisher. : ARMER
94. Nicholas II was the last. : TSAR
97. Mad Anthony. : WAYNE
99. Ruth ___, aviatrix. : ELDER
100. What the British call dessert. : SWEET
101. Milanion's bride. : ATALANTA
102. Spartan. : LACONIAN
103. Affable. : PLEASANT
107. Noted naturalist of Japan. : HIROHITO
108. What propaganda presumably does. : EDUCATES
109. Pensioners. : RETIRERS
111. Moslem Lent. : RAMADAN
113. Street: German. : STRASSE
117. California desert. : MOHAVE
118. Secondary amine. : IMINE
119. Hide softeners. : BATERS
123. 39.37 inches. : METER
125. Wipe out. : ERASE
127. Afghan bigwig. : AMEER
128. St. ___, famous English horse race. : LEGER
130. East India broadbill. : RAYA
132. Celtic. : ERSE
134. Palo ___, Hoover's home. : ALTO
135. Star of Two Years Before the Mast. : LADD
138. Where Dover is: Abbr. : DEL
139. Once around. : LAP

Answer summary: 15 unique to this puzzle, 44 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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