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PHRASEMAKING

New York Times, Sunday, October 5, 1958

Author: Sidney Lambert
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.38, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 555 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 124, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 15, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
Sidney Lambert has 114 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,386
Across Down
1. Crystal-lined rock cavity. : GEODE
6. Midwest range. : MESABI
12. Hindu god of wisdom. : GANESA
18. Kith ___. : ANDKIN
19. ___ Wylie. : ELINOR
20. Tchaikovsky's Fifth in ___. : EMINOR
21. Completely. : BAGANDBAGGAGE
23. Athlete. : OARSMAN
25. Stand in ___ of. : AWE
26. Enter. : TURNIN
27. Late Italian anti-Fascist. : SFORZA
29. Tree yielding oil. : EBO
30. Advance with great effort. : TOIL
32. Toilsome effort. : PAINS
33. Drive. : URGE
34. Apollo, for example. : TWIN
35. City SSE of Dallas. : ENNIS
37. Short lengths: Abbr. : INS
38. Fine net. : TULLE
40. Great name in the theatre. : COHAN
41. Teen-age patois. : SLANG
43. Club. : BILLY
44. Inexperienced hand. : GREENY
45. Levantine garb. : CAFTANS
48. British soldier. : TOMMY
49. White of egg. : GLAIR
50. Bayous. : INLETS
51. Cleaving tool. : FROE
52. Monotony. : DRABNESS
55. Battle scene, 1690. : BOYNE
56. Kind of terrier. : IRISH
57. One of triplets. : TRIN
58. Open. : GAPE
59. I hate: Lat. : ODI
60. Selfish purpose: Colloq. : ANAXTOGRIND
62. Sound from the fold. : BAA
63. Afford. : LEND
65. Jefferson ___. : CITY
66. Secures. : NAILS
67. Pleasantry. : SPORT
69. Region of Spain. : ASTURIAS
71. Submit to. : OBEY
72. Overwhelm. : DELUGE
73. Regards with care. : HEEDS
74. Shakespearean character. : PARIS
76. Changed. : MUTATED
77. Wide, unbroken spaces. : FIELDS
79. ___ up. : SEVEN
80. Main points of debates. : GISTS
81. Gluck's "___ ed Euridice." : ORFEO
82. Glutted. : SATED
83. "Der ___ könig." : ERL
84. Old card game. : OMBRE
88. Pack. : LOAD
89. Eye: Ger. : AUGE
90. Pry about. : SNOOP
92. District. : AREA
93. Letterhead abbreviation. : INC
94. Relative of an abbey. : PRIORY
96. Son of Daedalus. : ICARUS
98. A continent: Abbr. : AFR
99. Emperors. : CAESARS
101. Essential portion. : PARTANDPARCEL
104. Chisels. : GOUGES
105. Army command. : ATEASE
106. Concludes. : INFERS
107. Worn out with age. : EFFETE
108. Settled in cozily. : NESTED
109. Father and son movie team. : LADDS
1. Bite with repeated effect. : GNAWON
2. ___ a word (interpolate). : EDGEIN
3. Gorki's river. : OKA
4. By ___ of. : DINT
5. Finish. : ENDUP
6. Import. : MEANING
7. Family of British diplomats. : ELGINS
8. Prodigies. : SIGNS
9. Santa ___, California. : ANA
10. ___ down. : BOGS
11. Angrily. : IREFULLY
12. Lake in N. Y. : GEORGE
13. Astound. : AMAZE
14. New Deal initials. : NIRA
15. Being: Lat. : ENS
16. Approximately. : SOMEWHEREABOUT
17. Yemenite. : ARABIAN
18. Quash, in law. : ABATE
22. Intellect. : BRAINS
24. Half of an old refrain. : NONNY
28. Companion of Le Bourget. : ORLY
31. Give heed. : LISTEN
34. ___ the line. : TOEING
36. Shade of blue. : SLATE
38. Descriptive of the Ten Commandments. : TIMEHONORED
39. Danube port. : ULM
40. Kind of grass. : CRAB
42. Reply: Abbr. : ANS
43. Opposite of knock. : BOOST
44. Liver. : GLAND
45. Land of the Zuñis. : CIBOLA
46. Electrodes. : ANODES
47. Be rashly defiant. : FLYINTHEFACEOF
48. Little Beatrice. : TRIXY
49. Photogenic expressions. : GRINS
51. Campus groups. : FRATS
52. Matter-of-factly. : DRILY
53. Bespatter. : SPARGE
54. Fixed in place. : SEATED
56. Cetaceans of the Amazon. : INIAS
57. Subjects to strain. : TRIES
60. Dyestuffs. : ACIDS
61. French film star. : GABIN
64. Engaged in single combat. : DUELED
67. Began actively. : SETTO
68. Variety of quartz. : PLASMA
70. Make over. : REDO
72. Dukes: Abbr. : DUS
74. Hero of 1904 drama. : PETERPAN
75. Madison: Abbr. : AVE
76. Way to address a peer. : MILORD
77. ___ acid. : FOLIC
78. Epoch that ended 100 A.D. : IRONAGE
79. Palm of Malaysia. : SAGO
80. Expressed grief. : GROANED
82. People of Zug: Fr. : SUISSE
83. Wrap up. : ENCASE
85. Supported. : BRACED
86. Directs attention (to). : REFERS
87. Members of H. L. : EARLS
89. Court decree in Canada. : ARRET
90. ___ one's feet (be a disciple). : SITAT
91. Plato to Socrates. : PUPIL
94. Boy. : PAGE
95. Eucalypt of Australia. : YATE
97. City of 17 Down. : SANA
100. Postfix: Abbr. : SUF
102. Object: Lat. : RES
103. Distant relative of APO. : RFD

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 16 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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