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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, January 6, 1946

Author: P. J. Lamanna
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 172, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.20, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 662 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 159, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 76
P. Joseph Lamanna has 26 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: In 26-Down clue, added period after "Secy."
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© 1946, The New York TimesNo. 204
Across Down
1. Smokers. : STAGS
6. Capital of Communist China. : YENAN
11. Suit. : BEFIT
16. Transferrer. : CEDER
21. Babrius versified his fables, date unknown. : AESOP
22. Town in N. E. Italy, visited by Browning, 1834. : ASOLO
23. Pointless. : INANE
24. Body of Moslem scholars. : ULEMA
25. Strewed. : BESPRINKLED
27. Articles of slow sale in market. : DRUGS
28. Enchanting. : MAGIC
29. ___ Darya, 1,450 mile river to Lake Aral. : AMU
30. Country boy, to an urbanite. : YOKEL
31. Where natives are in revolt. : INDONESIA
34. Expect. : ASK
35. Verne's submarine captain. : NEMO
37. Network of hidden forces: Colloq. : WIRES
39. Anguiform creatures. : EELS
40. White lead. : CERUSE
42. People in Balkans. : GRECIANS
44. River on which Canton lies. : PEARL
46. .01 krone. : ORE
48. Sprang down. : ALIT
49. Trace. : TANG
50. Drives in by light blows. : TAMPS
51. Charge. : ONUS
52. Prunus spinosa. : SLOE
53. Haunt. : OBSESS
56. Sharp edge in moldings. : ARRIS
57. Full of juice. : LUSH
58. Stand on edge. : UPEND
59. Kind of raccoon. : COATI
60. Munitions minister on trial in Nuremberg. : SPEER
61. Palace in Rome. : LATERAN
63. Aquiline, piscivorous birds. : ERNS
64. Units of illumination. : PHOTS
65. Color, tinge: Poet. : TINCT
66. Exclaim simultaneously. : CHORUS
71. Faintly slow, in music: Abbr. : AND
72. Refuge for ships at anchor. : ROAD
73. Head of Army Ground Forces. : DEVERS
74. Rhythmical. : CADENT
75. Redundancy. : NIMIETY
77. The literati. : CLERISY
79. Tend. : CONDUCE
80. Lake, source of the Mississippi. : ITASCA
81. Signer of Locarno Pact, 1925. : BRIAND
82. Deep orange-red chalcedony. : SARD
83. Part of Italy. : TOE
84. Son of Anchises. : AENEAS
85. River on which Soissons lies. : AISNE
86. Constrained to go along. : HALED
88. Shard. : CHIP
89. Contemptible little things. : SHRIMPS
91. Participant in talks at Moscow. : BEVIN
92. Racing boat. : SHELL
93. Wanting in some regard. : SCANT
97. Where chalets are. : ALPS
98. Graduated tube for chemists. : BURET
99. Mean. : COARSE
100. Japanese Foreign Minister, Dec. 7, 1941. : TOGO
101. Nobel Prize winner who worked on atomic bomb. : UREY
102. Craze. : FUROR
103. Bungle. : MUFF
104. Anything unique: Slang. : ONER
105. Lug. : EAR
106. Recent Premier of Italy. : PARRI
107. Throve. : BATTENED
111. Remove tacks from. : UNNAIL
113. Algonquian red men. : SACS
114. Count Sforza. : CARLO
116. Latvian seaport. : RIGA
117. Work at lace. : TAT
118. Surmount: Colloq. : NEGOTIATE
122. Life of the party: Slang. : CUTUP
124. Sea: French. : MER
125. Author of "The Waste Land," 1922. : ELIOT
127. Islands in Gulf of Bothnia. : ALAND
128. Long-winged tireless flier of marine habitat. : FRIGATEBIRD
131. Allay. : SLAKE
132. Clump of trees in a prairie. : MOTTE
133. Adapts in mood. : TUNES
134. Plexuses. : RETIA
135. Tenth president, 1841–45. : TYLER
136. Importune. : PRESS
137. Put in possession: Law. : SEISE
138. Capital of Tata republic. : KAZAN
1. Seaport on Pulau Weh, island off N. Sumatra. : SABANG
2. Producer. : TEEMER
3. Appropriate. : ASSUME
4. Cartoonist's pachyderm. : GOP
5. Brisk. : SPRY
6. Pulling. : YANKING
7. Ridges of sandy drift. : ESKERS
8. ___ prosequi. : NOLLE
9. " . . . no more cakes and ___?" Twelfth Night. : ALE
10. Knots. : NODI
11. Bridge players. : BIDDERS
12. Record. : ENROLL
13. Rural deities. : FAUNS
14. Author of "Lay Thoughts of a Dean." : INGE
15. Angel Clare's bride. : TESS
16. Ancient city in S W Italy. : CUMAE
17. Hightest note in Guido's scale. : ELA
18. President of Provisional Govt. of France. : DEGAULLE
19. Act of sending forth. : EMISSION
20. Made a hubbub. : RACKETED
26. Dwellers in Secy. Wallace's home State. : IOWANS
32. Poles of team-drawn vehicles. : NEAPS
33. Frappes. : ICES
36. Parts of sonnets. : OCTETS
38. Duplicates. : SPARES
41. Utter gratingly. : RASP
43. Capital of Moldavia. : IASI
45. Arabian ruler. : EMIR
46. Assaults. : ONSETS
47. Area which the French urge be internationalized. : RUHR
50. Allowance to buyers, in commerce. : TRET
51. Shout of alarm. : OUTCRY
53. Vast part of lands craved by Jap war lords. : OCEANIA
54. Valuable ore of copper. : BORNITE
55. Somniferous genie. : SANDMAN
56. Footless. : APOD
57. Strips of roadway. : LANES
58. Let go. : UNHAND
60. Light carriage: Colloq. : SHAY
61. Ashy gray. : LIVID
62. Correspond. : ACCORD
64. Salt used in making glass. : POTASH
65. Coat with alloy of tin and lead. : TERNE
67. Droll. : ODD
68. Vice president of United Automobile Workers. : REUTHER
69. Straightens out. : UNCOILS
70. ___ jack. : STEEPLE
72. Mold afresh. : RECAST
73. Chiefs, as of diplomatic corps. : DEANS
76. Bay off S E Honshu. : ISE
77. Frizzly. : CRIMPY
78. Speaks falteringly. : LISPS
79. Port in N. France, on Orne River. : CAEN
81. That which lades out water. : BAILER
82. Cleave. : SLIT
86. Illustrious. : HEROIC
87. Protest. : AVER
88. Any of various beetles. : CHAFER
90. ___ avis. : RARA
91. Vice-President, 1801–05. : BURR
92. Unresistant. : SOFT
93. Firmest. : STOUTEST
94. Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee. : CONNALLY
95. Of a representative. : AGENTIAL
96. Miss Bayes. : NORA
98. Breach. : BURST
99. Paper design. : CUTOUT
101. 700-mile river, tributary of the Ubangi. : UELE
102. Fronts. : FACADES
103. Digestive enzyme. : MALTASE
106. What Churchill does in leisure time. : PAINTS
107. City of Bridges, Belgium. : BRUGES
108. New Chief of Naval Operations. : NIMITZ
109. Woman adviser. : EGERIA
110. Trojan: Shakespeare. : DARDAN
112. Mutual: Prefix. : INTER
113. Department that Hurley criticized. : STATE
115. Drupelets. : ACINI
119. Mrs. Sairey ___, nurse in "Martin Chuzzlewit." : GAMP
120. Genus of swans. : OLOR
121. Newts. : EFTS
123. Cocky. : PERK
126. About 1 1/3 quarts in Turkey. : OKE
129. Wish undone. : RUE
130. Miss Lillie. : BEA

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 69 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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