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NAMES IN THE LABOR NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, October 27, 1946

Author:
L. K. Peters
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 67, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 543 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 142, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 50
L. K. Peters has 15 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1946, The New York TimesNo. 246
Across
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Miners' protagonist. : LEWIS
6
Former head of AFL (1850–1924). : GOMPERS
13
F. D. R.'s Secretary of Labor. : PERKINS
20
Lessen. : ABATE
21
Easter eve hymn. : EXULTET
22
Interstices. : AREOLAE
23
Creek, bayou. : BOGUE
24
Extraordinary. : STRANGE
25
Shoemaker. : COBBLER
26
Swedish name. : OLE
27
Motherly: Sp. : MATERNA
29
Expletive. : EGAD
31
Actual being. : ESSE
32
Be promoted. : RISE
34
500-mile tributary to the Volga. : SURA
35
___ shop. : CLOSED
37
Cicatrice. : SCAR
39
Washington's great apple center. : YAKIMA
42
Curran runs their CIO union. : SEAMEN
47
Ragged. : TATTERED
51
Deny. : NEGATE
53
Dear: Fr. : CHERE
54
Mountain nymph. : OREAD
55
One who paints notices. : SIGNMAN
57
Heels over. : CAREENS
59
Swap. : BARTER
61
To the back. : AREAR
62
Diffuses. : RADIATES
63
Famous movie director. : INCE
64
Request. : APPEAL
66
Encouraged. : NERVED
67
Former Senator, North Dakota. : NYE
68
Unwind. : UNREEL
69
Severely defeated. : ROUTED
70
Military decoration. : DSC
73
Toward the rear. : ASTERN
74
Obtained. : GOTTEN
75
State in central India. : REWA
76
German girls. : MADCHENS
79
City built by King Baasha (I Kgs. xv: 17). : RAMAH
80
Claire ___, of screen and radio. : TREVOR
82
Marrying parsons. : UNITERS
83
Disjoined. : SEVERED
85
Spiritless. : AMORT
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Delight in. : SAVOR
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Fix. : ANCHOR
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Abolishes. : RESCINDS
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Partook. : SHARED
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The Great Commoner was one. : ORATOR
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Trig. : NEAT
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Lower. : DEMEAN
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Things done. : ACTA
100
Flagstone. : SLAB
104
Pronoun. : THEE
108
Tranquil. : CALM
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Headaches. : MEGRIMS
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Exist. : ARE
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Late head of the ACWA. : HILLMAN
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Longshoremen's champion. : BRIDGES
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Labor's greatest strength. : UNION
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Resembling October's birthstone. : OPALINE
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Most liberal. : LARGEST
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Pro-labor Senator from Oregon. : MORSE
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Expresses displeasure at. : RESENTS
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Protrudes. : EXSERTS
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Attitudes. : POSES
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___ omnia vincit. : LABOR
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Town near Salerno. : EBOLI
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Labor's stake in industry. : WAGES
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Union composed of printers. : ITU
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Appear. : SEEM
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Bodily motions. : GESTURES
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The armpit: Dial. : OXTER
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Leader of the CIO. : MURRAY
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Scheme. : PLAN
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Heating device. : ETNA
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Boy's nickname. : REG
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Former White House labor conciliator. : STEELMAN
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Central American rodents. : PACAS
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Wears away. : ERODES
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Confederate soldier: Colloq. : REB
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Port on the Inland Sea. : KOBE
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Misfortunes. : ILLS
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Negative votes in Glasgow. : NAES
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Faded. : SERE
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Glacial ridges. : ASAR
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On-the-spot witness at Bikini. : GOAT
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Condition. : ESTATE
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Product of Cuba. : CIGAR
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Underrated. : DECRIED
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Surrender. : CEDE
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Subject to high heat. : ANNEAL
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The late Mr. Ataturk. : KEMAL
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In the van. : AHEAD
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Convene. : MEET
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Bird of prey. : ERNE
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Headland. : NESS
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Head of the teamsters' union. : TOBIN
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Hungarian poet (1817–82). : ARANY
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Common-law dower: Scots Law. : TERCE
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Fabrics woven in a continuous pattern. : DIAPERS
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Two-handed card game. : ECARTE
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Head of the AFL. : GREEN
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The four Sundays before Christmas. : ADVENT
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Stormer. : RANTER
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Auto workers' leader. : REUTHER
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Argentina's largest newspaper. : PRENSA
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Affidavit taker: Scot. : NOTAR
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Prefaced. : USHERED
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Caesar ___, of the screen. : ROMERO
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U. S. training camp in Massachusetts. : DEVON
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War symbol. : SWORD
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Carries. : CARTS
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Member of Equity. : ACTOR
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Lively dance. : GAVOT
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Sends. : REMITS
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Epithet for a sawdust Caesar. : MUSS
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A son of Seir (I Chr. i 38). : ANAH
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Prima donna. : DIVA
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Ada ___, late star of Daly's Theatre. : REHAN
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Worthless (Matt. v. 22). : RACA
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Mix confusedly. : SCRAMBLE
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Orthodontists. : DENTISTS
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Christmas is Paris. : NOEL
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Ridge. : SEAM
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Pour off gently. : DECANT
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Scolder: Colloq. : RAGGER
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Heads of hair. : MANES
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Helmet. : CREST
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Couches. : LAIRS
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Sprang. : AROSE
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President of Czechoslovakia. : BENES
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Norse god of strength. : THOR
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Wrestling throw. : HIPE
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Greek political party. : ELAS
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Pronoun: Fr. : ELLE
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Russian villages. : MIRS
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New Jersey's Governor. : EDGE
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Pit for drainage. : SUMP
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Egyptian deity. : MIN
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Stretch: Scot. : RAX
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The mind: Comb. form. : NOO

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 39 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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