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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, October 21, 1945

Author:
Charles Cross
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 86, Avg Word Len: 5.21, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 667 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 133, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 67
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© 1945, The New York TimesNo. 193
Across
1. Holy mountain of modern Greeks. : ATHOS
6. No. 1 Jap war criminal. : TOJO
10. The devil's grandmother: Slav. Myth. : BABA
14. New world. : WEST
18. Rut. : GROOVE
19. Phenol derivative. : ANOL
20. Spirit. : ELAN
21. Hurts. : ACHES
23. ___ theory, in chemistry. : ATOMIC
24. Capital of Iceland. : REYKJAVIK
26. Ancestor worship. : SHINTO
28. Pilgrims. : PALMERS
30. Of a general plan. : SCHEMATIC
32. William Taylor Adams. : OPTIC
33. Skillful. : ADEPT
35. Anglo-Saxon nobleman. : EORL
36. Tight. : SMUG
38. Identical. : SAME
39. Letters written on a farewell card. : PPC
42. Fishing port, W. Hokkaido. : OTARU
44. Man's name. : NEIL
46. Agrees. : GEES
48. Letters on Stonewall Jackson's uniform collar. : CSA
49. Spring. : LEAP
51. Famous Tuscan city. : SIENA
53. Russian doctors' badge. : ZNAK
55. Swiss tunnel, 12 m. long. : SIMPLON
57. Placed in a receptacle. : URNED
59. Brads. : NAILS
61. Stern. : GRIM
63. Tempters of Ulysses. : SIRENS
64. Holy. : SACRED
66. Hog-chokers. : SOLES
68. Become aggressive. : BRISTLE
70. Plane's auxiliary wing-tip. : AILERON
72. Dance resembling the minuet. : GAVOTTE
74. City N. E. of Dusseldorf. : ESSEN
78. Cape on E. coast of Delaware. : HENLOPEN
80. Followers of Daniel O'Connell. : REPEALERS
82. Fruit used in making gin. : SLOE
83. Silkworm. : ERI
84. Type of champagne. : SEC
85. Breathe. : RESPIRE
86. ___ Dolorosa. : VIA
88. Naval officer: Abbr. : ENS
89. Blanche of the Gay '90s. : RING
91. Endure. : WITHSTAND
93. Most ridiculous. : SILLIEST
95. One of the thanes in "Macbeth." : ANGUS
97. Arrange. : PREPARE
98. Bake in crumb sauce. : SCALLOP
99. POW's hope. : RELEASE
101. Shelley's muse. : ERATO
103. Noted English economist (1790–1864). : SENIOR
106. Popular woman radio commentator. : BEATTY
109. Robin Goodfellow. : PUCK
111. Twenty things. : SCORE
113. Rosalind's relationship to Duke Frederick. : NIECE
114. Card game. : AUTHORS
116. Short distance. : STEP
118. The clown in "Pagliacci." : TONIO
120. Where Alfieri was born. : ASTI
121. Expression of disgust. : UGH
122. What "Sairey Gamp" took on the sly. : NIPS
124. Catch in. : SNAG
126. Last Emperor of Brazil. : PEDRO
128. Bush. : TOD
129. Kernel. : SEED
131. Kilkenny scrappers. : CATS
133. Peat. : TURF
135. Germany. : REICH
137. Bulbous-rooted plant. : ONION
139. Individuals. : SINGULARS
142. Turner. : ROTATOR
146. African guenon monkey. : NISNAS
148. What all Nordics are. : CAUCASIAN
150. Peak in Colorado, 11,654 ft. : LAVETA
151. Shelter for Siberian convicts. : ETAPE
152. Crotchet. : KINK
153. Dry. : SERE
154. English diarist: Var. : EVELIN
155. Fatty tissue. : SUET
156. Murder. : SLAY
157. Popular light-opera singer. : EDDY
158. Vends. : SELLS
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1. Gulf, inlet of Ionian Sea. : ARTA
2. Drive a coach. : TOOL
3. Japanese war criminal. : HOMMA
4. City in N. Spain. : OVIEDO
5. Mysteries. : SECRETS
6. Product of wood distillation. : TAR
7. Low numbers. : ONES
8. Lord Haw Haw. : JOYCE
9. Island in Lake Baikal, Siberia. : OLKHON
10. Little ray of light: Obs. : BEAMLING
11. Tyrannical Spanish Duke (1508–1582). : ALVA
12. Artificial flies. : BAITS
13. City on the Yangtze. : ANKIMG
14. Existed. : WAS
15. Oread who talked incessantly. : ECHO
16. Transports. : SHIPS
17. Feeler. : TENTACLE
18. Mountain pass. : GAP
22. Former Secretary of War. : STIMSON
25. Wine district in Spain. : JEREZ
27. Unlimited quantities. : OCEANS
29. Where Armour is Ambassador. : SPAIN
31. Tips. : CUES
34. What Ezra Pound is accused of. : TREASON
37. Spirit: German. : GEIST
39. In addition. : PLUS
40. European quarter of Istanbul. : PERA
41. Dancing a gay French dance. : CANCANING
43. What Lincoln preserved. : UNION
45. Port. : LARBOARD
47. Look pleased. : SMILE
50. Danger. : PERIL
52. Total. : ALL
54. Frock. : KIRTLE
56. Fourth estate. : PRESS
58. One of the Cyclades. : DELOS
60. Ancient city of Sicily. : SEGESTA
62. Small portion. : MITE
65. Noted Senator from New York (1834–1928). : DEPEW
67. Cyanite. : SAPPARE
69. Where World War I started. : SERVIA
71. Cooking directions. : RECIPE
73. Gouges used in wood-carving. : VEINERS
75. Most somnolent. : SLEEPIEST
76. Long spaces of time. : EONS
77. Home. : NEST
78. Queen of the gods. : HERA
79. Its emblem is the harp. : ERIN
80. Regards. : RESPECTS
81. Frame supports. : SILLS
85. Laboratory monkey. : RHESUS
87. Author of "Anthony Adverse." : ALLEN
90. Serf in Ivanhoe. : GURTH
92. Bedeck. : TRAP
93. Contemptuous one. : SCORNER
94. Where the temples of Diana and Apollo were. : IONIA
96. Founder of Sisters of Charity. : SETON
98. Condescension. : STOOP
100. Verse. : LYRIC
102. Procedure. : ACT
104. Eight: Comb. form. : OCTO
105. American journalist. : REID
106. Badger: Obs. : BAUSON
107. Empress of the French. : EUGENIE
108. Followers of Ernst Haeckel. : ATHEISTS
110. "Happy" Chandler's state. : KENTUCKY
112. Sea duck. : EIDER
115. Health resorts. : SPAS
117. Pinero heroine. : PAULA
119. Baltimore birds. : ORIOLES
123. Hinterland. : STICKS
125. Town in Alpes-Maritimes. : GRASSE
127. Interval: Music. : OCTAVE
130. What the Viennese call their river. : DONAU
132. Bulimus. : SNAIL
134. American master mariner, George ___. : FRIED
136. River at Potsdam. : HAVEL
138. Nucha. : NAPE
140. Mountain in Abyssinia, 14,000 ft. : GUNA
141. Carnelian. : SARD
143. Swiss patriot. : TELL
144. Lawyer patriot (1725–83). : OTIS
145. Flowed. : RAN
147. Establish. : SET
149. Greer Garson's married name. : NEY

Answer summary: 18 unique to this puzzle, 49 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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