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ANTHOLOGY

New York Times, Sunday, November 17, 1957

Author: W. E. Jones
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 554 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 128, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 23
W. E. Jones has 95 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 3,064
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1. Salten story. : BAMBI
6. Wind around. : COIL
10. Inspires reverence. : AWES
14. ___ Park. : ESTES
19. Wild sheep. : URIAL
20. Spanish jar. : OLLA
21. Learning. : LORE
22. Hester Prynne's daughter. : PEARL
23. Shellfish. : NACRE
24. Kipling character. : WEEWILLIEWINKIE
27. Famous Longchamp race. : GRANDPRIX
29. The night club set. : CAFESOCIETY
30. Garden greens: Dial. : SASS
31. Tributary of the Rhone. : AIN
32. Short form of a preposition. : PON
33. Maxim. : SAW
34. "The Loved ___." : ONES
35. Fodder plant. : TARE
37. Napoleonic battleground. : JENA
38. Defense: Ger. : WEHR
40. Additional. : SECOND
43. When Solomon Grundy was christened. : TUESDAY
46. Manchurian port. : DAIREN
50. Public. : OVERT
51. Samite. : SILK
52. Very wet. : ASOP
54. Scarf. : STOLE
55. Terra ___. : FIRMA
56. United: Fr. : UNIE
57. Household goods. : LINEN
59. Vegetables. : YAMS
60. Wrangled. : ALTERCATED
62. Greek name for Ezra. : ESDRAS
64. Timetable abbreviation. : DST
65. Air wells. : AREAS
66. "In His ___." : STEPS
68. Middle of the 6th C. : DLI
70. Brand of Cain. : STIGMA
74. Hi-fi fan. : AUDIOPHILE
79. Rajah's wife. : RANI
81. Ballet master of the Met. : SOLOV
82. Greek letters. : PSIS
83. Kind of wave. : TIDAL
84. Vulcan's home. : AETNA
86. "Strange Interlude" character. : NINA
87. Flat-bottomed boat. : PUNT
88. Oleoresin. : ELEMI
89. Real name of the Barrymores. : BLYTHE
91. Parson in "Ghosts." : MANDERS
93. Emporia. : STORES
94. Pinnae. : EARS
96. Slangily stylish. : TONY
97. Fortification ditch. : FOSS
98. Veteran actor. : LAHR
101. Two ___ time. : ATA
103. Almighty. : GOD
104. Pronoun. : HER
105. 1/6 drachma. : OBOL
109. Means of intramural transit. : ELEVATORCAR
112. Myriapod. : CENTIPEDE
114. Character in "Wuthering Heights." : HARETONEARNSHAW
116. Apparition. : SHADE
117. Only. : ALONE
118. Playwright Bagnold. : ENID
119. Scarlett's home. : TARA
120. Headdress. : MITER
121. Finnish poems. : RUNES
122. Sound. : SANE
123. Girl in an old song. : KATY
124. Very timid. : SCARY
1. Stoppers. : BUNGS
2. Cockatoo. : ARARA
3. Heat-resistant minerals. : MICAS
4. Freelance aviator. : BARNSTORMER
5. "___ Three Lives." : ILED
6. Shell used as money in Africa. : COWRIE
7. Liquid glyceride. : OLEIN
8. Holly. : ILEX
9. Specialty of the Medes and Persians. : LAW
10. Minstrel in "Ivanhoe." : ALLANADALE
11. Jack London character. : WOLF
12. Relatives of Hiawatha. : ERIES
13. Crossruff. : SEESAW
14. Majestic. : EPIC
15. Status of an old employe. : SENIORITY
16. Caught. : TAKEN
17. Descendant of a son of Gad. : ERITE
18. Weavers' reeds. : SLEYS
25. Church images. : ICONS
26. Made a big hit with: Slang. : WOWED
28. "Bearded like the ___ . . . " : PARD
32. Looked slyly. : PEEKED
36. Star of first magnitude. : ANTARES
37. She plays Eliza. : JULIE
39. Holds for use. : HAS
40. Chesterfield. : SOFA
41. Bale, in poetry. : EVIL
42. Definite fact. : CERTAINTY
43. Shading. : TINT
44. Without any changes. : ASIS
45. Farther: Poet. : YOND
47. Seller of wares to motorists. : ROADSIDER
48. Symbols of New England. : ELMS
49. Retreat. : NEST
51. Forceful argument. : SUASION
53. Remain. : PERSIST
58. Organization started in 1949. : NATO
61. Sacred animals of Egypt. : CATS
63. Musical groups. : SEPTETS
67. Unruffled. : PHILOSOPHIC
68. Woolen cloth. : DRAB
69. Biblical Levite. : LAEL
71. Light: Slang. : GLIM
72. West African monkey. : MONA
73. Leaders of the literati. : AVANTGARDE
74. Affix. : APPEND
75. Loan shark's levy. : USURY
76. Discordant sounds. : DINS
77. Cloth akin to samite. : LAME
78. Site of Greek Olympics. : ELIS
80. Come between. : INTERVENE
85. Interjection. : AHA
90. Muse with a lyre. : ERATO
92. Town near Utrecht. : DOORN
93. Kind. : SORT
95. Boundary marks. : STONES
97. Part of Boston's Back Bay. : FENWAY
98. Composer of operettas. : LEHAR
99. Primitive Babylonian diety. : ALALU
100. Wading bird. : HERON
102. Lists. : ARENA
104. "The ___ of Midlothian." : HEART
106. Blessed: Lat. : BEATA
107. More unusual. : ODDER
108. Wary: Colloq. : LEERY
110. Noun suffixes. : ATES
111. Byron poem. : CAIN
112. Kind of rolled tea. : CHAA
113. Cults. : ISMS
115. Broker's abbreviation. : STK

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