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New York Times, Tuesday, November 11, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.49, Missing: { J Q U X }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,241
Across Down
1. Buckingham. : PALACE
7. Ohio University player. : BOBCAT
13. Short, close-fitting jackets. : BOLEROS
14. Reluctant. : AVERSE
15. Condescenders. : DEIGNERS
16. Color designs on fabrics. : BATIKS
17. Rajahs' wives. : RANIS
18. Force back. : REPEL
20. Scene of last night's opening. : MET
21. A killer whale. : ORCA
22. Twining stems. : BINES
23. Relative of a jeune fille. : PERE
24. Sorrel with an edible tuber. : OCA
25. Legendary smart fellow. : ALECK
26. Put a stop to. : CEASE
27. Food, drink, good company, poetically. : PARADISEENOW
30. Kiloliters. : STERES
31. Bristle-like appendage of grain. : ARISTA
35. Longing for something. : DESIDERATION
39. Billiard shot. : CAROM
42. Resister of authority. : REBEL
43. Generous. : BIG
44. Announce confidently. : AVER
45. Melons, pumpkins, gourds, etc. : PEPOS
46. Office equipment. : FILE
47. Colloquial form of address. : MAM
48. Film star of London and Hollywood. : MASON
49. More vigorous. : HALER
50. Orations of praise. : ELOGES
52. Seats for cycle riders. : SIDECARS
54. Republican member of the Cabinet. : LOVETT
55. Cotton fabrics: Var. : ETAMINS
56. One of the Seven Dwarfs. : SNEEZY
57. An absolute ruler. : DESPOT
1. He had Auriol's job, 1913–20. : POINCARE
2. Suffix meaning pain. : ALGIA
3. Part of a camera. : LENS
4. Have reality. : ARE
5. Circular hollows in the side of a hill. : CORRIES
6. Intrinsic nature. : ESSENCE
7. Travelers in the woods. : BABES
8. Running track. : OVAL
9. Plunge at Saratoga. : BET
10. South European peninsula. : CRIMEA
11. People at an information booth. : ASKERS
12. Taker of a civil service examination. : TESTEE
13. Cincinnati football player. : BEARCAT
15. Languishes. : DROOPS
19. Canine, small and shrill. : PEKE
22. Lightness of heart. : BLISS
23. Lapwing or phoebe. : PEWIT
25. Revoke a legal grant. : ADEEM
26. Sea, part of the South Pacific. : CORAL
28. Intensity of feeling. : ARDOR
29. Parts of the nose. : NARES
32. Sisyphus or syzygy, for instance. : SIBILANT
33. Hugo's "___ of the Sea." : TOILERS
34. Enrages. : ANGERS
36. Synonym for 34 Down. : IRES
37. Adjective for Farouk. : DEPOSED
38. Rubber for combs and buttons. : EBONITE
39. Denizens of the desert. : CAMELS
40. Santa Catalina resort. : AVALON
41. Eradicate. : REMOVE
45. Meat pie in Britain. : PASTY
46. I do: Latin. : FACIO
48. City near Nancy. : METZ
49. Tough fiber used for rope. : HEMP
51. Suit: Colloq. : GEE
53. The: German. : DAS

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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