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New York Times, Friday, October 26, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 859
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1. Conversational communication. : CHAT
5. Very precise. : TRIG
9. Gush: Slang. : SWOSH
14. He wrote "The Man Without a Country." : HALE
15. Period of time. : YEAR
16. Knit goods made of a certain thread. : LISLE
17. Presently. : ANON
18. Ruling family of Nepal. : RANA
19. He uses his eyes. : OGLER
20. Listen to broadcasts for propaganda analysis. : MONITOR
22. Conferences: Colloq. : POWWOWS
24. Early airmail carriers. : PIGEONS
25. Director Kazan. : ELIA
26. Bevan's nickname. : NYE
27. He controlled Trilby by hypnotism. : SVENGALI
31. Mild oaths. : DRATS
34. A style of dance music. : SWING
35. Coal scuttle. : HOD
36. Dream: French. : REVE
37. Short simple melody. : CHANT
38. Space between mouldings. : DADO
39. One: Italian. : UNO
40. Beamed. : SHONE
41. Communications went haywire here. : BABEL
42. Griffins, sphinxes, etc. : MONSTERS
44. Aggregate. : SUM
45. Formerly. : ERST
46. Wearing a pinafore. : APRONED
50. Worthless speech: Colloq. : HOGWASH
53. Famous name in communications. : MARCONI
54. Indian money. : ANNAS
55. Seaweed product. : AGAR
57. Garden soil. : LOAM
58. Symbols on ballots. : STARS
59. Act the stool pigeon: Brit. slang. : NARK
60. Grafted, in heraldry. : ENTE
61. Multitude. : HORDE
62. Colors. : DYES
63. Discerns. : SEES
1. Sugar Ray's title. : CHAMP
2. Capital city in French Indo-China. : HANOI
3. With. : ALONG
4. Philippine deputy or barrio head. : TENIENTE
5. Actor Power. : TYRONE
6. Raises. : REARS
7. Man's name. : IAN
8. Person-to-person method of relaying news. : GRAPEVINE
9. Coming to a stop. : SLOWING
10. Navy communication system. : WIGWAG
11. Norway's seaport capital. : OSLO
12. A large number: Colloq. : SLEW
13. Pronoun. : HERS
21. Symbols of childhood. : TOYS
23. Fragrant. : OLENT
27. Cygnets. : SWANS
28. He pursued Moby Dick. : AHAB
29. Mineral deposit. : LODE
30. Loved one. : IDOL
31. Device for jungle communications. : DRUM
32. Location of University of Nevada. : RENO
33. Name of three English rivers. : AVON
34. Gregg's system. : SHORTHAND
37. Russia's favorite game, probably invented in India. : CHESS
38. Dionysius's tormented dinner guest. : DAMOCLES
40. Street: German. : STRASSE
41. Jefferson's Vice President. : BURR
43. Lincoln's secretary of state. : SEWARD
44. Ship's communications officer. : SPARKS
46. To love: Latin. : AMARE
47. "___ Else But You." : NOONE
48. Related on the mother's side. : ENATE
49. Items in telephonic communications. : DIMES
50. Noisy and unintelligible radio communications: Colloq. : HASH
51. Aware of: Slang. : ONTO
52. Growl. : GNAR
56. Fun-loving. : GAY

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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