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New York Times, Friday, January 5, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 565
Across
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Pulitzer prize poet, 1945. : SHAPIRO
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Broadway dancing star. : BOLGER
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Thanksgiving Day marcher. : PARADER
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Prototype of La Traviata. : CAMILLE
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"___ of days." : ANCIENT
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Photographic developers. : AMIDOLS
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Ambassador Kirk. : ALAN
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Adjective for Dashiell Hammett's famous "man." : THIN
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Shredded. : TORE
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Sheep tick. : KED
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A compound possessing same kinds and numbers of atoms as others. : ISOMER
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Inform on a fellow-criminal: Slang. : SING
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Period of time. : YEAR
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Venturer. : DARER
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Room in a harem. : ODA
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___ friend. : BOSOM
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Cleveland's spectacular pitcher. : FELLER
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Capital of Arizona. : PHOENIX
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Misrepresenters. : BELIERS
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Senator Hill of Alabama. : LISTER
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Fragrant rootstock. : ORRIS
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Fragment. : ORT
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Brazilian President retiring Feb. 1. : DUTRA
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Badge of distinction, worn by diplomats. : SASH
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Labor. : TOIL
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Nationality of Boleslaw Beirut. : POLISH
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Rosy-fingered dawn. : EOS
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White with age. : HOAR
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American artist and illustrator, excels in woodcuts. : KENT
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Object used in theatrical performance. : PROP
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Popular radio doctor. : KILDARE
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The Shah of Persia. : PAHLEVI
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Togliatti's nationality. : ITALIAN
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One to whom property is conveyed. : ALIENEE
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Edible mushrooms. : MORELS
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Those in want. : NEEDERS
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Belgian statesman, head of European Consultative Assembly. : SPAAK
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New York's Senatorial candidate. : HANLEY
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Covered passageway. : ARCADE
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Distress. : PAIN
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Food fish. : IDE
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These are still pegged by law. : RENTS
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Sound or correct in doctrine. : ORTHODOX
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Sound of blow. : BAM
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Leave out. : OMIT
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Beaches like the one at Venice. : LIDOS
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Halo. : GLORIOLE
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Louisiana Senator. : ELLENDER
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Matter: Latin. : RES
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Maker of chair seats. : CANER
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Officiating priest of a mosque. : IMAM
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Smoothed. : IRONED
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Direct for information. : REFER
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Pikelike fishes. : GARS
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Encourage. : ABET
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Pickles or olives. : RELISH
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Something good to eat. : SIRUP
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Miss Kirk of the movies. : LISA
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Main story. : PLOT
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Emperor of Japan. : HIROHITO
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Holey, as a sponge. : OSTIOLAR
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Cranium. : BRAINPAN
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Band following contour of shield: Her. : ORLE
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Coin sometimes used for bus fares. : TOKEN
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Peaceful. : SERENE
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Public servant since 1924. : HOOVER
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Dipping utensil. : LADLE
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Hackneyed. : STALE
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Targets of the F. B. I. : SPIES
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Method of transportation. : RAIL
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Begged. : PLED
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Dean Stockwell's role. : KIM
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Prince, in Abyssinia. : RAS
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Go in haste. : HIE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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