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FAMOUS NAMES

New York Times, Sunday, January 27, 1952

Author:
Alice Cook
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 65, Avg Word Len: 5.30, Missing: { F Z }, Scrabble score: 589 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 140, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 32
Alice H. Cook has 25 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

Original 7-Across clue had "Nato"; changed to "NATO."

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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 952
Across
1. ___ de Chaillot. : PALAIS
7. Non-member of NATO. : SPAIN
12. Son of Amaziah. : JOSHAH
18. "Books of Wisdom." : AVESTA
19. President of U. N. General Assembly. : NERVO
20. Plane figures. : OCTAGONS
23. Author of a best seller. : RACHELCARSON
25. Noted actress. : UTAHAGEN
26. Furry swimmer. : OTTER
27. Protection. : ARMOR
28. Scorches. : CHARS
29. Long, long ___. : AGO
30. Part of French Indo-China. : LAOS
31. Invite: 2 wds. : ASKIN
32. Sounds of woe. : MOANS
33. Tie score. : DRAW
34. Deviate. : ERR
35. Part of a pie. : CRUST
36. Entrance upon a career. : DEBUT
37. Mrs. Gary Merrill. : BETTE
38. Mr. Kazan. : ELIA
39. Revenue item. : SURTAX
41. Flowed over. : WASHED
42. His masterpiece came out 100 years ago. : MELVILLE
46. Man's name. : NOEL
47. Kennan will take his place. : KIRK
48. Millions of the East. : ASIANS
49. Lode. : VEIN
51. Mr. Williams. : TENNESSEE
56. Administer punishment. : SPANK
57. Woolen cloth. : KERSEY
59. Enemies in the "Alley." : MIGS
60. Free for ___. : ALL
61. Kin. : SIBS
62. Target of March of Dimes. : POLIO
63. Templeton and Waugh. : ALECS
65. Playing card. : CLUB
66. Good protein food in Italy. : EEL
67. Unsubstantial. : AIRY
68. City in N. J. : NEWARK
70. The "T" in I. T. O. : TRADE
71. Where children get sent every night. : DREAMLAND
74. Pilfer: Slang. : SNIG
75. Pretender. : SEEMER
76. First name of 12 Down. : LEON
77. Scold. : RATE
79. Reader of light fiction. : ESCAPIST
81. 100-yd. dash. : SPRINT
84. Young pigeons. : PIPERS
86. Nylons. : HOSE
87. Chosen. : ELECT
88. Pirate ship. : ROVER
89. Macbeth's title. : THANE
91. Blockhead. : ASS
94. System of rules. : CODE
95. Heads: Fr. : TETES
96. Wipe off. : ERASE
97. Island in the Firth of Clyde. : BUTE
98. Ophelia had some. : RUE
99. Proprietor. : OWNER
100. Establish. : START
101. Poe's foster father. : ALLAN
102. Rebel against Britain. : EGYPTIAN
104. Pulitzer Prize novelist, 1938. : JOHNMARQUAND
106. Spectacular. : THEATRIC
107. Flood river of Italy. : ADIGE
108. Girl's name. : EUNICE
109. Comically. : DROLLY
110. Ambled. : PACED
111. Jargon. : PATTER
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1. Release, on good behavior. : PAROLE
2. Embodiment. : AVATAR
3. Reader. : LECTOR
4. Residue. : ASHES
5. Journey: Lat. : ITER
6. Girl's nickname. : SAL
7. Lewis Carroll creatures. : SNARKS
8. Licenses. : PERMITS
9. A felony. : ARSON
10. Man's name. : IVOR
11. ___ troppo. : NON
12. Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1951. : JOUHAUX
13. Eighth part of a circle. : OCTANT
14. Adib, Baham, Canopus, etc. : STARS
15. Exclamations. : HAHS
16. Turkish title. : AGA
17. Famous English engraver. : HOGARTH
21. Deny. : NEGATE
22. Blanketed in white. : SNOWED
24. Offhand. : CASUAL
28. Part of an alloy steel. : COBALT
31. Seed coverings. : ARILS
32. Apportion. : METE
33. Office equipment. : DESKS
35. Jingle. : CLINK
36. Bee. : DRONE
37. Uncovers. : BARES
38. Hughes' middle name. : EVANS
40. Accord. : UNISON
41. Symbol of USAF. : WINGS
42. Assembled. : MASSED
43. Finder. : ESPIER
44. Under legal obligation. : LIABLE
45. Diarist contemporary of Pepys. : EVELYN
47. Half of a gimcrack. : KNICK
50. Fictional Cape Cod captain. : ERI
52. Arise. : EMERGE
53. Garlicky sausage. : SALAMI
54. Slips away from. : ELUDES
55. Highest peak of the Rockies in U. S. : ELBERT
57. Islam scripture. : KORAN
58. Sleepy fellow. : YAWNER
62. Capt. Jabara, for instance. : PILOT
64. Old time short tale. : LAI
65. Fabric. : CREPE
67. Catkin. : AMENT
69. Girl's name. : ESTER
70. Chaff. : TEASE
72. Disney heroine. : ALICE
73. Golf club. : DRIVER
75. Stolen stone. : SCONE
78. Hooton's subject. : APES
80. Second highest U. S. dam. : SHASTA
81. Top ___. : SECRET
82. O'Casey's "The ___ and the Stars." : PLOUGH
83. Describing a weeper. : REDEYED
84. Effectiveness. : POTENCY
85. Unfamiliar. : STRANGE
88. Fasten again. : RENAIL
90. Hurt. : HARMED
91. As coffee is served in France. : AULAIT
92. Position. : STANCE
93. Transmitter. : SENDER
95. Pitch a baseball. : TWIRL
96. Having moral principles. : ETHIC
97. Abrupt. : BLUNT
99. Physicist Hahn. : OTTO
100. Cooking aid. : SODA
101. A solution, in pharmacy. : AQUA
103. Normal condition. : PAR
104. Native of Kobe. : JAP
105. Fabric. : REP

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 30 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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