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WITH CLEWS FROM THE NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, January 28, 1945

Author:
Harriot Cooke
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 156, Blocks: 81, Avg Word Len: 5.74, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 611 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 182, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 84
Harriot T. Cooke has 9 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

In 14-Down clue, added accent over first "e" in "Liège."

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© 1945, The New York TimesNo. 155
Across
1
Nov. 20, 1943. : TARAWA
7
___ Generaal, Dutch Parliament. : STAATEN
14
Garment. : SLIPON
20
Sons of ___. : HEAVEN
21
Insensibility to pain. : ANALGESIA
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President de la Guardia's country. : PANAMA
24
Doctor. : INTERN
25
Main part of name of recent conference. : DUMBARTON
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___ Peak, Yellowstone Park. : ANTLER
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Havre's river. : SEINE
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Anc. name of seaport near Jerusalem. : JOPPA
29
Marriage services. : RITES
31
___-Curci. : GALLI
32
Famous horse lover. : BING
33
Famous alley. : TINPAN
34
Instruments of certain make. : AMATIS
36
Tracer of lost persons. : KEEN
37
Governor of New Jersey. : EDGE
38
Wings. : ALAE
39
Seat of honor in Germany. : SOFA
41
Light field-gun, now obsolete. : AMUSETTE
43
Oriental dulcimer. : SANTIR
45
Girl's name. : RITA
47
Greek letters. : PSIS
48
Britain's warden service: Abbr. : ARP
51
Spanish girl's name. : INES
52
Basilica in Montmartre, Paris. : SACRECOEUR
55
Time. : ERA
58
Famous swimmer. : LEANDER
60
Victim of Hitler purge, 1934. : ROEHM
61
Plane weapon. : TURRETGUN
63
Turkish officer: Var. : VISIER
64
Fifteenth century Italian Cardinal. : BORGIA
65
Boring. : TIRESOME
66
Arabian poet. : ANTAR
67
Engraved. : CARVED
68
Hairy Jap. : AINU
69
He loves: Latin. : AMAT
70
Follow. : DOG
71
Cannon. : MORTAR
72
Fluctuates. : SWINGS
74
Liquefied. : RAN
75
Gentle wind: Gr. Myth. : AURA
76
Radio character. : ANDY
77
Eminent Chinese. : SOONGS
78
Rifle bullet of Civil War. : MINIE
80
Richardson heroine, 1748. : CLARISSA
82
Thrashes. : BASTES
83
Toward the middle plane: Zool. : MESIAD
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Honeysuckle. : EGLANTINE
86
Dolphins. : INIAS
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Troops under a general. : COMMAND
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Understand. : SEE
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Dull. : PEDESTRIAN
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Famous mascot. : MULE
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The Southern Confederacy: Abbr. : CSA
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Parish priest. : CURE
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Stone paving block. : SETT
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Busy Southern war center. : MOBILE
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Scolders. : BERATERS
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British editor and author. : RHYS
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Islands in Galway Bay. : ARAN
104
Trophies. : CUPS
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Feels remorse. : RUES
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Scrams again. : RELAMS
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Hydrocarbon. : TOLANE
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U. S. Adjutant General. : ULIO
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Remove. : ERASE
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Lower. : DEMIT
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Seed coverings. : ARILS
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City on the Ganges. : PATNA
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Producing motion. : MOTILE
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Type of flying machine. : MONOPLANE
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Element lighter than water. : SODIUM
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Shoulder of a bastion. : EPAULE
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Skinless dried fruit. : PRUNELLES
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Cheats: Fr. : TROMPE
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Capes. : NESSES
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Insects carrying nagana. : TSETSES
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Entanglement. : MORASS
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Legendary maiden of Babylon. : THISBE
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Tale of Anchises' son. : AENEID
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Standing. : RATING
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Retaliates. : AVENGES
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As you ___. : WERE
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Mother ___, founder of Shakers in U. S., 1774. : ANN
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Snapper-up of bargains. : SNUPPER
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Florida gulf port. : TAMPA
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St. ___, Vermont. : ALBANS
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Turkish official. : AGA
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Solid ground. : TERRAFIRMA
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Opinion. : ESTIMATE
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Malayan bark. : NIOTA
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Town S. E. of Liège. : SPA
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Former Archbishop of Canterbury. : LANG
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Parts of pumps. : INTAKES
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Straw bed. : PALLET
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___ aux herbes. : OMELET
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Of the nostrils. : NARINE
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Keats. : ADONAIS
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Dutch news agency. : ANETA
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Wedding-dodger. : JILTER
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Silly smiles. : SIMPERINGS
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Hero of Man and Superman. : TANNER
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Whispering. : SUSURRUS
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D. A. R.'s favorite decoration. : ORCHID
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Intensive form of address. : SIREE
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Assistant. : AIDER
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Statute. : ACT
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Edison's middle name. : ALVA
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Gratify again. : REINDULGE
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Piece of idyllic music. : PASTORALE
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Latex plant. : SORVA
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Sick excuse in English universities. : AEGER
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Picnics. : OUTINGS
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Hitler is one. : EGOMANIAC
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King Michael's people. : RUMANIANS
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Dill. : ANET
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Link between Lakes Erie and Ontario. : NIAGARA
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Sporty: Slang. : RORTY
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Absolutism. : TSARISM
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The burdock. : BARDANE
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Matured by thought. : CONSIDERED
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Elder sons: Fr. : AINES
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Conqueror. : MASTERER
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Mercury's disguise in Plautus' Amphitruo. : SOSIA
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God of war. : WOTAN
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Bong, Gentile, Foss. : ACES
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Wholesomeness. : SANITY
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Port of Lithuania. : MEMEL
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Ciano's widow. : EDDA
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Power put into a machine. : INPUT
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Gem for particular occasion. : BIRTHSTONE
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City in Illinois. : MOLINE
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Letter. : ESS
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President Grau's countrymen. : CUBANS
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Important station. : TERMINUS
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de ___, Spanish painter called The Divine. : MORALES
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"He thinks too much; such men are dangerous." : CASSIUS
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City S. of Antwerp. : MALINES
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Quito is its capital. : ECUADOR
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German battleship. : BREMEN
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The Battleground. : EUROPE
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Lassos. : REATAS
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Coolidge's private secretary. : SLEMP
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Pews. : STALLS
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Final. : ULTIMA
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GI favorites. : PINUPS
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Galsworthy character. : SOAMES
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Spiritless. : AMORT
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Fanon. : ORALE
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French pronoun. : ELLE
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Soft stone: Comb. form. : PORO
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Annie Laurie's eyes. : EES
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Favorite. : PET
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Master of Theology: Lat. abbr. : STM

Answer summary: 18 unique to this puzzle, 66 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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