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Harold T. Bers
Harold T. Bers

New York Times, Tuesday, January 9, 1951

Author:
Harold T. Bers
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
Harold T. Bers has 138 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 569
Across
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The Attorney General. : MCGRATH
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Europe's newest king. : GUSTAF
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The earth's great land area. : EURASIA
15
Bernhard is her consort. : JULIANA
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Recent visitor to Washington. : CLEMENT
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Subsidiary buildings. : ANNEXES
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Important factor. : COG
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Part of the rooftop forest. : ANTENNA
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Unvarying behavior. : RUT
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Dr. Oppenheimer's sphere. : ATOM
24
Safe-cracker. : YEGG
25
Steely look. : STARE
27
Metal loop for subway standee. : STRAP
29
Strike out. : DELE
31
Chemical suffix. : ETIN
32
Watching. : EYING
34
Regulated courses of diet, exercise, etc. : REGIMENS
36
Gleam: Scot. : LEAM
38
Frolic. : ROMP
39
Islands 650 miles from N. Y. : BERMUDAS
43
Strip of wood in a chair back. : SPLAT
46
On the sheltered side. : ALEE
47
Skier's delight. : SNOW
49
Stogie. : SEGAR
51
Prophetic French writer of science fiction. : VERNE
53
Arabian garments. : ABAS
55
___-Japanese War. : SINO
56
Miss Norring, Hungarian screen star. : AVA
57
Strait off the toe of Italy. : MESSINA
60
Children's game. : TAG
61
Sells in small quantities. : RETAILS
63
Save, as a soul or a ship. : SALVAGE
65
Do-nothing-ness. : INERTIA
66
Footer of the bill. : TREATER
67
Fix a value. : ASSESS
68
Areas. : SECTORS
Down
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Places of pilgrimage. : MECCAS
2
Breeches worn by lady bicyclist. : CULOTTE
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Mr. Peck of the movies. : GREGORY
4
Mascot of Fordham. : RAM
5
On the deep. : ASEA
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Not resonant. : TINNY
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Wearing a Homburg. : HATTED
8
Character in "Treasure Island." : GUNN
9
Arm bones. : ULNAS
10
She: German. : SIE
11
Home-owner's financial concern. : TAXRATE
12
"Nye" Bevan. : ANEURIN
13
Tightens. : FASTENS
15
Bell that makes a discordant sound. : JANGLER
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Bohemian river. : EGER
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Secretary Donaldson's cohorts. : MAILMEN
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Places of worship. : TEMPLES
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Automobile tire: French. : PNEU
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Selves. : EGOS
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Wanders. : GADS
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Pesky little people. : IMPS
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Jack Dempsey, "The ___ Mauler." : MANASSA
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Where Munich is. : BAVARIA
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Turned out by Lou Little, Frank Leahy, etc. : ELEVENS
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Re-evaluates. : RERATES
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Precursors of tears. : SOBS
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Hurried: Music. : AGITATO
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Scarlet bird. : TANAGER
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Blouses. : WAISTS
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Singing movie cowboy. : ROGERS
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Gives off. : EMITS
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Consort of "a delusion." : SNARE
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Yale men. : ELIS
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One of the Waugh brothers. : ALEC
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Exist. : ARE
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Large barrel. : VAT

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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