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TIME REMEMBERED

New York Times, Sunday, January 9, 1972

Author:
Keith Blake
Editor:
Will Weng
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 88, Avg Word Len: 5.12, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 563 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 109, Cheaters: 20, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
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© 1972, The New York TimesNo. 8,184
Across
1. French soldier : POILU
6. Month: Abbr. : MAR
9. Western lake : MEAD
13. Stupid one : ASS
16. Baseball statistic : ERROR
17. Frosted : ICED
19. "___ assisted by . . . " : ABLY
20. Gay ___ : PAREE
22. Swarms : TEEMS
23. What leap-year dates are : DIVISIBLEBYFOUR
26. Cleft in parts : BIFID
28. Like heads on schooners : SUDSY
29. Actress Landi : ELISSA
30. "Crabbed ___ youth cannot . . . " : AGEAND
33. Unfold, to poets : OPE
34. Triangular inserts : GORES
35. Overtime for 1972 : FEBRUARYTWENTYNINE
42. Sheep flocks : FOLDS
43. Merits : EARNS
44. Archeologists' milieu : RUINS
45. French beverage : THE
48. Peculiar: Prefix : IDIO
49. Aspen gear : SKI
50. Ten percenter: Abbr. : AGT
51. Reagan, for short : RON
52. Crosses out : XES
53. "Ring out the ___" (Tennyson) : THOUSANDWARSOFOLD
61. Brief : SHORT
62. Gulls : FOOLS
63. Poplars : ABELES
64. Laconic words of defeat : WELOST
66. "When constabulary ___ to be done" : DUTYS
67. In a keen way : AVIDLY
68. Esprit de corps : MORALE
69. ___-comic drama : SERIO
70. Shares: Fr. : ECOTS
71. 1800, 1900, 2000 : CENTENNIALNUMBERS
74. Wee, in Scotland : SMA
77. Wrong: Prefix : MIS
78. Roulette bet : ODD
79. Linkletter : ART
80. All-night cafe sign : OPEN
81. Doer: Suffix : IST
82. Younger son : CADET
84. Singer Callas : MARIA
86. Campaign line-up : SLATE
87. Ecclesiastical time reckoners : LUNISOLARCALENDARS
90. Liszt or Lehar : FRANZ
92. Bow : ARC
93. Tasket's mate : TISKET
94. Words for a black sheep : BAABAA
95. Chesterton's middle name : KEITH
97. Nautical term : ABAFT
99. What 35 Across makes 1972 : INTERCALARYYEAR
102. Novices : TYROS
106. Nag : SCOLD
107. Ponder : MUSE
108. Miffed : SORE
109. Leave out : ELIDE
110. Roget specialty: Abbr. : SYN
111. Cut : AXED
112. Good as ___ : NEW
113. Old fiddle : REBEC
Down
1. Favorite : PET
2. Swedish coin : ORE
3. Fury : IRE
4. New Year Guy : LOMBARDO
5. College in Collegeville : URSINUS
6. Area of France : MIDI
7. Kind of test : ACID
8. Race an engine : REV
9. Kind of voyage : MAIDEN
10. Declines : EBBS
11. Associate : ALLY
12. Hair job : DYE
13. Originated : AROSE
14. Dr. of cartoon books : SEUSS
15. Evening, in Eboli : SERA
18. Repudiate : DISOWN
20. Air-race markers : PYLONS
21. Burning : AFIRE
24. Movie extras, for short : SUPES
25. Set out : BEGIN
27. Govt. agency : FDA
30. Attach : AFFIX
31. Hollow rock : GEODE
32. Satan : EBLIS
36. Tahoe, e.g. : RESORT
37. Siberian : YAKUT
38. Speaker : TRIS
39. Nets : TRAWLS
40. Hindu ages : YUGAS
41. Chem. prefix : NITR
45. Fish in a way : TROLL
46. Like old socks : HOLEY
47. Concludes : ENDS
53. Oar pin : THOLE
54. Pants: Ger. : HOSEN
55. Rolled up : AFURL
56. Out : NOTIN
57. "___ see what I see?" : DOYOU
58. Relish : SAVOR
59. News items : OBITS
60. G-men, e.g. : FEDS
61. Blind strip : SLAT
64. "___ me!" : WOEIS
65. Painter Max : ERNST
66. ___ the world (asleep) : DEADTO
67. Chem. liquid : ACETAL
68. Year McKinley was shot : MCMI
69. Factions : SIDES
70. Drunk: Sp. : EBRIA
72. Knobs : NODI
73. Connelly : MARC
74. Belgian premier : SPAAK
75. Fr. measure : METRE
76. "___of robins in . . . " : ANEST
80. Kind of type : OLDSTYLE
82. Ship line : CUNARD
83. Aussie : ANZAC
84. Borgnine film : MARTY
85. Mehitabel's friend et al. : ARCHYS
86. Short snort : SNIFTER
87. Tag : LABEL
88. Hid away, as an animal : LAIRED
89. Greek letter : ETA
90. Caprice : FANCY
91. Boca ___ : RATON
94. Bite: Ger. : BISS
95. Part of K.K.K. : KLUX
96. Naturalness : EASE
97. Swiss river : AARE
98. Prepare tea : BREW
100. M.Ds.' org. : AMA
101. Long time : EON
103. Kid : RIB
104. Poem : ODE
105. Short time : SEC

Answer summary: 14 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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