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HITHER AND YON

New York Times, Sunday, November 10, 1957

Author:
Dorothy E. Smith
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { none — this is a pangram }, Scrabble score: 699 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 147, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 19
Dorothy E. Smith has 10 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,057
Across
1
Cold glaze, in cookery. : ASPIC
6
Marine's arm. : RIFLE
11
City on the Moldau. : PRAHA
16
New Nobel prize winner. : CAMUS
21
Soft: Music. : PIANO
22
Father of Kish. : ABIEL
23
Hearsay. : RUMOR
24
Silly. : APISH
25
Village SE of Utica, N. Y. : ILION
26
Capital of Hell: Milton. : PANDEMONIUM
28
Used for grinding. : MOLAR
29
Writers' group. : PEN
30
Mannerism. : QUIRK
32
Early movie star. : MIX
33
Series of pleats. : CRIMP
35
Stage of life. : AGE
36
Carries out. : EXECUTES
38
Supernatural being. : GENIE
40
Tempered. : SEASONED
42
Name from Holinshed's "Chronicles." : LEAR
43
Associated surroundings. : CONTEXT
45
Small piece. : SNIP
46
Waylay. : AMBUSH
49
Trading center. : MART
50
Printer's term. : STET
52
Advance. : STEPUP
56
Inventory. : COUNT
57
Vapors. : GASES
58
102 Across, in Germany. : RAUM
60
Irregularly notched. : EROSE
61
Journey. : TREK
62
Troubled. : AILED
63
Humdrum. : PROSAIC
66
Firenze's river. : ARNO
67
Sea bird. : ERN
68
Buhl work. : INLAY
69
Forestalled. : PREVENTED
71
Big cassino. : TEN
72
Last Judgment. : DOOMSDAY
74
One edge of the spectrum. : VIOLET
75
Puzzles. : ENIGMAS
77
Farm pit. : SILO
78
Pinkies. : FINGERS
79
Town near Caracas. : AROA
80
Poet's forte. : IMAGERY
83
Advancement. : ASCENT
84
Summoned by a gesture. : BECKONED
88
Capuchin monkey. : SAI
89
Fleeting. : TRANSIENT
91
Has to do (with). : DEALS
92
Afflict. : TRY
93
Decoy. : LURE
95
Of love. : AMATORY
96
Obliterate. : ERASE
97
Lived through. : SEEN
98
Circus. : ARENA
100
Plane maneuver. : SPIN
101
French lace. : CLUNY
102
Part of the universe. : SPACE
103
William Blake, for example. : MYSTIC
105
Fillip. : SNAP
107
Baba and Khan. : ALIS
108
Malt drinks. : STOUTS
109
Norse name. : ERIC
111
Did a car job. : GREASED
113
Do odd jobs. : CHAR
114
Cheats. : SHARPERS
118
Arabian state. : YEMEN
119
Opposes. : COUNTERS
123
Norse goddess. : HEL
124
Vicuña's cousin. : LLAMA
126
Border. : RIM
127
Shutter. : BLIND
128
Mandible. : JAW
129
One of the Doolittles. : ELIZA
131
He discovered Florida. : PONCEDELEON
134
Oat genus. : AVENA
136
City on the Allegheny. : OLEAN
137
"___ Dream," Wagner aria. : ELSAS
138
Viking. : NORSE
139
Kitchen gadget. : RICER
140
Guide rope used by horse trainers. : LONGE
141
One's destiny. : STARS
142
___ down. : TONED
143
Old-fashioned. : DATED
Down
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"Rumor is ___ . . . "—King Henry IV. : APIPE
2
Type of glass. : SILEX
3
Famous pamphleteer. : PAINE
4
Another name for Leucothea. : INO
5
Prescott's subject. : CONQUEST
6
Sword. : RAPIER
7
Pieces of steel. : IBARS
8
Mike ___, hero of tall tales. : FINK
9
Lived. : LED
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Features. : ELEMENTS
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Stockholders' documents. : PROXIES
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Smuggle. : RUN
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Of an organic compound. : AMIC
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Goddesses of the seasons. : HOURS
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NATO's forces. : ARMIES
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Summer vacation place. : CAMPSITE
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Mindano peak. : APO
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Industrial center of Italy. : MILAN
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Habit. : USAGE
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Particle. : SHRED
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Fragrant herb. : MINT
31
Where Provo is. : UTAH
34
Braces. : MANS
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Sound made by drawing a cork. : CLUNK
38
Type of skirt. : GORED
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One with an outgoing personality. : EXTROVERT
41
"La Perichole." : OPERA
43
Big name in baseball. : CASEY
44
Dishes. : TEASETS
46
Trod the boards. : ACTED
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Castle in Cuba. : MORRO
48
Metropolis of Latin America. : BUENOSAIRES
49
Indonesian. : MALAY
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Sir, in the East. : TUAN
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Bag. : PORTMANTEAU
54
Tree moss. : USNEA
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Laborers. : PEONS
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River near Yuma. : GILA
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Small creature. : MITE
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Neighbor of Catalonia. : ANDORRA
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Offspring. : PROGENY
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Yield. : RELENT
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Room of the Last Supper. : CENACLE
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Safety zone of London streets. : ISLET
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Nip. : PINCER
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Poinards. : DIRKS
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Marble. : MIG
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Not real. : VISIONARY
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Sticky stuff. : GOO
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Feature of the Lenten season. : FASTING
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Monotheistic religion. : ISLAM
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U. S. hydrographer, charter of the Atlantic. : MAURY
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Vegetables. : YAMS
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Vegetables. : BEANS
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Tolerant. : EASY
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Upright. : ERECT
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Units of force. : DYNES
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Dozes. : NAPS
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Celtic soothsayer. : DRUID
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Start. : ENTER
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Scott heroine. : ELLEN
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Fun. : SPORT
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Banshee, for example. : AIRPLANE
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Type of window. : CASEMENT
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Criterion. : STANDARD
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Heaven: Fr. : CIEL
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Lady. : PEERESS
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Avoid. : SHUN
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Fabrics. : CRAPES
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Among. : AMID
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Made up. : COINED
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Underworld. : SHEOL
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Surprised exclamation. : HELLO
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Outsider. : ALIEN
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Young salmon. : SMOLT
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Stifling. : CLOSE
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Oust. : EJECT
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Queen in Sarawak. : RANEE
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Green. : SWARD
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Handle: Lat. : ANSA
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Swiss canton. : BERN
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Part of a jagged line. : ZAG
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Chariot: Poet. : CAR
133
Card game. : LOO
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By way of. : VIA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 18 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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