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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, October 15, 1950

Author:
Alberta N. Burton
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.41, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 644 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 169, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 48
Alberta N. Burton has 18 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 483
Across
1. "Country of Morning Repose." : KOREA
6. Chain. : CATENA
12. Native of Zagreb. : CROAT
17. Exclamation of distaste. : TCHU
21. Ago: Archaic. : AGONE
22. Mite. : ACARID
23. Philippine guerrilla. : HUKBALAHAP
25. It flows into the Gulf of Guinea. : NIGER
26. Disunion. : SCHISM
27. Shaped like a ram's head. : ARIETINOUS
28. Salutation. : AVE
29. Brutes found by Gulliver. : YAHOOS
31. Middle East republic. : ISRAEL
33. Walking device. : STILT
34. "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" composer. : KERN
36. Sovereign. : SIRE
37. Shadows. : TRAILS
38. Yard. : AREA
39. Various. : ASSORTED
41. Made by cartographers. : CHARTS
42. Portion: Abbr. : SHR
45. Slip. : ERR
46. Rude person. : BOOR
47. Prominent Democrat. : FARLEY
48. Ought to. : SHOULDST
50. King of Iraq. : FEISAL
53. Threadlike. : FILOSE
54. Molded masses of food. : LOAVES
55. Eel-shaped amphibian. : OLM
56. Daytime opera. : MATINEE
58. Military group. : CADRE
59. Depression. : DENT
63. Moslem title. : REIS
65. Modified. : TONED
66. Radio advertisers. : SPONSORS
69. Conjunction. : NOR
70. Theme. : MOTIF
72. Where Cambodia is. : INDOCHINA
74. Poisonous ptomaine. : NEURINE
76. Female wild ass. : ONAGRA
78. Distrains: Hist. : NAAMS
79. Doze. : DROWSE
80. Petrarch's specialty. : SONNETS
82. Strategic Malay island. : SINGAPORE
86. Turkish noble. : AMEER
87. Cunning. : ART
88. Encroach. : TRESPASS
90. Father of Centaurs, bound to endlessly revolving wheel. : IXION
92. Volcano. : ETNA
93. Condé ___. : NAST
95. Giant who loved Merope. : ORION
96. Harvard's newspaper. : CRIMSON
98. Bone: Comb. form. : OST
99. Rue. : REPENT
101. Frequent event at West Point. : PARADE
103. Robert ___, English founder of Sunday schools. : RAIKES
105. Greek ideal of noble womanhood. : ANTIGONE
108. Fieldworks. : REDANS
109. Turkish governors. : BEYS
110. Coach. : CAR
111. Girl's name. : OSA
112. Release. : RERENT
113. Practical. : FEASIBLE
117. Hastens. : HIES
119. Testify under oath. : DEPONE
120. Money in Peru. : SOLS
121. Promptly. : SOON
122. She plays the lyre. : ERATO
124. Animal of the Andes. : VICUNA
125. Short spars. : SPRITS
127. Millimeters. : MMS
128. Of the inductive method of reasoning. : SOCRATICAL
130. Growth. : UPCOME
132. Eye socket. : ORBIT
134. Ellipticity: Astronomy. : OBLATENESS
135. Pencil box equipment. : ERASER
136. Lasso. : RIATA
137. Siamese measure. : NIEW
138. Malory's "___ d'Arthur." : MORTE
139. Cowboys. : ROPERS
140. Court aristocrat of old Russia. : BOYAR
Down
1. Hawaiian native. : KANAKA
2. Pointed arches. : OGIVES
3. Jolly ___. : ROGERS
4. Suffix used in chemistry. : ENE
5. Ethereal: Poet. : AERY
6. Dismiss with ignominy. : CASHIER
7. Entente. : ACCORD
8. Washoe Indian word meaning lake. : TAHOE
9. Sister of Ares. : ERIS
10. Serbian capital. : NIS
11. Sherman and Joy. : ADMIRALS
12. "The greatest of these." : CHARITY
13. Country folk. : RURALS
14. The Joad family. : OKIES
15. Walter ___, actor. : ABEL
16. Make lace. : TAT
17. Dutch aunt. : TANTA
18. Sang in chorus. : CHOIRED
19. Draggers. : HAULERS
20. Parvenu. : UPSTART
24. Lily: French. : LIS
30. Legendary Surrey town. : ASTOLAT
32. Hindu woman's garment: Var. : SAREE
35. Toffs. : NOBS
37. Pang. : THROE
40. Ramble. : ROAM
41. Scot. : CALEDONIAN
42. City in Pennsylvania. : SHARON
43. Wavered. : HOVERED
44. Feel sorrow. : RUE
47. Mulcted. : FINED
48. Covers with grass. : SODS
49. Pounds, shillings & pence. : LSD
50. Native of Taiwan. : FORMOSAN
51. First name of great actress. : ELEONORA
52. Counterfeits: Rare. : IMITANTS
53. President Paasikivi. : FINN
54. Mrs. Topping. : LANA
57. Thou: Fr. : TOI
58. Plotter. : CONSPIRANT
60. U. S. atomic weapons proving grounds. : ENIWETOK
61. Morgan's forte. : NONSENSE
62. Arboral West Indian rodents. : TREERATS
64. Token. : SIGN
66. Makes rough. : SHAGS
67. Arizona Indian. : PIMA
68. Koran chapter. : SURA
71. Ornamental network. : FRET
73. Containers. : CANS
75. City on the Tiber. : ROME
77. She cuts the thread of life. : ATROPOS
81. Evening song. : SERENA
82. Detect. : SPOT
83. Chemical compounds. : OXIDS
84. Hoarfrost. : RIME
85. Aurora. : EOS
89. Without: Lat. : SINE
91. Compass direction. : NOREAST
94. Thrice: Prefix. : TRI
96. Sleepy Hollow schoolmaster. : CRANE
97. Votes against. : NAYS
100. Self. : EGO
101. The power in Buenos Aires. : PERON
102. Konrad ___. : ADENAUER
104. Goddess of the sacred cow. : ISIS
105. U. N. exhorter. : ACHESON
106. Capital of Kenya. : NAIROBI
107. Popular British food. : TREACLE
108. Historic British warship. : REPULSE
109. Calumniators. : BELIERS
112. State anew. : RECAST
113. Earlier. : FORMER
114. Gateway to India. : BOMBAY
115. Low hill. : LOMITA
116. Decorate. : ENSTAR
118. Wind indicator. : STRAW
119. Gambler. : DICER
120. Think: Dial. : SPOSE
123. Cereal grass. : OAT
124. Italy's beverage. : VINO
125. Gen. MacArthur. : SCAP
126. Lusatian Slav. : SORB
129. Evening sun god. : TEM
131. Golf instructor. : PRO
133. Brazil's capital. : RIO

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 37 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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