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New York Times, Friday, January 26, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 586
Across Down
1. Island named for its shape. : CUBA
5. Word for 1950. : KOREA
10. Breakwater. : MOLE
14. Mighty small thing. : ATOM
15. Pained. : ACHED
16. Gen. Bradley. : OMAR
17. Seasoning. : MACE
18. "Goodnight ___." : IRENE
19. Part of a harness. : REIN
20. Hypocritical person. : PHARISEE
22. Delicate shade of meaning. : NUANCE
24. Mental image. : IDEA
25. Soviet news agency. : TASS
26. Typewriter part. : SPACER
29. Recent meeting place of North Atlantic Pact nations. : BRUSSELS
33. Tibetan priests. : LAMAS
34. Pilot. : FLIER
35. Dewey's former profession. : LAW
36. Mother Machree's land. : ERIN
37. Lucid. : CLEAR
38. "___ is Bustin' Out All Over." : JUNE
39. Laurette Taylor's famous role. : PEG
40. One of man's first inventions. : WHEEL
41. Symbol of authority. : BADGE
42. Adorned with symbols of victory. : TROPHIED
44. Nursery rhyme heroine. : BOPEEP
45. Sing cheerfully. : LILT
46. ___ fide. : BONA
47. Where Cracow is. : POLAND
50. Winter clothing. : FLANNELS
54. Sheep. : EWES
55. Notorious gangster. : RELES
57. Assumed name of Charles Lamb. : ELIA
58. Eleven men. : TEAM
59. Incident. : EVENT
60. Part of a ship's keel. : SKEG
61. Miss Best of the stage. : EDNA
62. Wants. : NEEDS
63. Being. : ESSE
1. Dix, for instance. : CAMP
2. Beehive state. : UTAH
3. La ___, port of Balboa. : BOCA
4. Devotee of freedom. : AMERICAN
5. He is making tanks. : KAISER
6. Sheath around the base of a leafstalk. : OCREA
7. R. O. K. leader. : RHEE
8. Even: Contr. : EEN
9. West German chief. : ADENAUER
10. Fen. : MORASS
11. Sign. : OMEN
12. Not of the clergy. : LAIC
13. Sea eagle. : ERNE
21. "Beware the ___ of March." : IDES
23. Member of the U. N. : USSR
25. "___ By Jury." : TRIAL
26. Rested. : SLEPT
27. Kitchen tool. : PARER
28. Friend: Spanish. : AMIGO
29. Extort money from: Colloq. : BLEED
30. Evade. : ELUDE
31. Foreign Minister of Norway. : LANGE
32. Swift onward course. : SWEEP
34. Admiral Sherman's command. : FLEET
37. Subject of U. N. concern. : CHILDREN
38. People of Hokkaido. : JAPANESE
40. Furze. : WHIN
41. Site of West German Government. : BONN
43. What the Red Cross needs. : PLASMA
44. Brags. : BOASTS
46. Mix. : BLEND
47. Man's nickname. : PETE
48. Was indebted. : OWED
49. Jack Sprat's diet. : LEAN
50. Run away. : FLEE
51. Fraternal organization. : ELKS
52. Falsehoods. : LIES
53. Wise man. : SAGE
56. First lady. : EVE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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