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New York Times, Wednesday, November 12, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 98, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,242
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1. Magnetized. : ATTRACTED
10. Character in "Twenty Years After." : ATHOS
15. Insigne of Air Force units. : PARACHUTE
16. She's not on the list of best-dressed women. : FRUMP
17. Worker in stucco. : PLASTERER
18. Engine: Comb. form. : TURBO
19. Doctor of Laws. : LLD
20. Prophet. : SEER
21. Man's nickname. : MORT
22. Summers, in France. : ETES
24. Skater Henry and others. : KENS
26. Malaccas. : CANES
27. Actress Channing. : CAROL
29. Mr. Hale. : NATHAN
31. Plunderer of Rome, 410. : ALARIC
33. Great northern diver. : LOON
34. Part of a cheer. : HIP
37. Ma and Pa in the movies. : KETTLES
39. ___ public (for the public good). : PROBONO
41. Feminine suffix. : ESS
42. How salmon climb upstream. : LEAP
44. Lake near Naples, Italy. : AVERNO
45. Sticky. : VISCID
47. "Cap" in baseball's Hall of Fame. : ANSON
48. Relative of a dugout. : CANOE
51. Island in the Aegean Sea. : KEOS
53. Denomination. : SECT
54. Where Juneau is: Abbr. : ALAS
55. A curved handle: Dial. : BOOL
57. Through. : PER
58. Controversial numbers game. : BINGO
60. Performer in "Guys & Dolls." : SAMLEVENE
62. Michael, for instance. : ANGEL
63. Place with trees, walks, etc. : PLEASANCE
64. Legal instrument. : LEASE
65. Formal speeches. : ADDRESSES
1. A kind of brown Betty. : APPLECAKE
2. Whoppers. : TALLTALES
3. Rodents with a penchant for swapping articles. : TRADERATS
4. Abyssinian prince. : RAS
5. Book of the New Testament. : ACTS
6. Effrontery: Colloq. : CHEEK
7. Bowl for borscht. : TUREEN
8. Without time. : ETERNAL
9. The: German. : DER
10. Opposite of fore. : AFT
11. Inauguration participant. : TRUMAN
12. Cheboygan's waterfront. : HURON
13. Old card game. : OMBRE
14. Giraffe's decor. : SPOTS
23. Variety. : SORT
25. Punctuation in a cable. : STOP
26. Actress Judy. : CANOVA
28. The toast of the town for her "evening." : LILLIE
30. Book of hours. : HORA
32. Letters. : CEES
34. Corrals. : HORSEPENS
35. Subject of some William Blake's poems. : INNOCENCE
36. Mastwoods. : POONTREES
38. A loose jacket. : SACK
40. Nevis and Wyvis. : BENS
43. Calico pony. : PIEBALD
45. Mountain range in N. E. France. : VOSGES
46. Pronounced judgment against. : DOOMED
48. Small group of secret plotters. : CABAL
49. Actress MacMahon. : ALINE
50. Small Nubian harp. : NANGA
52. ___ system. : SOLAR
56. Injured, as in ___ majeste. : LESE
59. Spanish cry of approval. : OLE
60. Vichy or Dax. : SPA
61. Anatomical vessel or duct. : VAS

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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