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AROUND THE WORLD

New York Times, Sunday, November 19, 1950

Author: Elizabeth Patterson
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 659 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 149, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 33
Elizabeth Patterson has 23 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 518
Across Down
1. Ray Robinson. : SUGAR
6. Steadies by weighting. : POISES
12. Impetuosity. : HASTE
17. Narrative poetry. : EPOS
21. Miss Oakley. : ANNIE
22. Native of Oceania. : AUSTRALASIAN
24. Popular piano number. : NOLA
25. Flora and fauna of a region. : BIOTA
26. One of the "wonder" drugs. : STREPTOMYCIN
27. Layer. : TIER
28. Ana Pauker's country: Abbr. : ROM
29. Timberman's equipment. : PITSAW
31. Single. : UNAL
32. Garden flower. : LOBELIA
34. Repeated. : ANEW
36. Gull. : DUPE
37. Mysterious Swede. : GRETA
38. Noted octogenarian. : BARUCH
39. Rope loop for raising or lowering sail. : PARRAL
41. Operate leisurely. : IDLE
42. Lively dance. : GALOP
44. Native of Montreal: Fr. : CANADIEN
47. Vehicle. : DRAY
48. Order for money, to be paid at future date. : TIMEDRAFT
52. Flurry. : ADO
53. Harry's initial. : ESS
54. Designing. : WILY
55. Swedish name. : NILS
56. To love: Fr. : AIMER
57. England's "Ernie." : BEVIN
59. ___ Gilbert, noted architect. : CASS
60. Harass. : BESET
61. Grenoble's river. : ISERE
62. The wife in "The Good Earth." : OLAN
63. Curved inward. : ADUNC
65. Perugino's pupil. : RAPHAEL
67. Sins. : ERRS
68. Bore witness to. : TESTIFIED
70. Affair of state in France. : COLA
71. Grind of coffee. : DRIP
73. Shouts of joy. : IOS
74. Hooded snake. : COBRA
75. "The ___," by Sholem Asch. : APOSTLE
78. Greek dialect. : DORIC
80. Triumphant exclamation. : OHO
82. The Muses. : NINE
84. Subject of a cause célèbre. : HISS
85. Terrestrial. : PLANETARY
89. Roman marker. : META
91. Famous Florentine. : CELLINI
93. Benét's works. : POEMS
94. Celebes wild ox. : ANOA
95. T. R.'s daughter. : ALICE
97. Chinese money. : TAELS
98. The family pup. : FIDO
99. City of Michigan. : FLINT
100. Writer who became Japanese citizen. : HEARN
101. Negritos. : IYAS
102. Composer Porter. : COLE
103. Two-part compositions. : DUI
105. Compass point. : SSE
106. Don Wilson is one. : ANNOUNCER
108. Famous Marshal of France (1696–1750). : SAXE
109. George Eliot, Lewis Carroll, etc. : PENNAMES
111. The musical sign S: : PRESA
112. Where Sligo is. : EIRE
113. Bodies of men. : ARMIES
114. "Meet Corliss ___." : ARCHER
117. Lands. : ACRES
118. Interval. : WAIT
119. Red deer. : HART
123. Composer of "Prince Igor." : BORODIN
125. Useful articles. : WARE
126. "Away in a ___." : MANGER
128. Rocky peak. : TOR
129. Wearer of the burnoose. : ARAB
130. Where the U. N. began. : SANFRANCISCO
133. Attic weights. : OBOLI
135. Munro's pseudonym. : SAKI
136. Intrepid. : STOUTHEARTED
137. Detective and orchid-grower. : WOLFE
138. Ancient Italian town. : ELEA
139. Mining refuse. : ATTLE
140. Found in beauty shops. : DRYERS
141. Arabian chieftain. : EMEER
1. St. George rescued her from the Dragon. : SABRA
2. New York university. : UNION
3. Fairy-tale character. : GNOME
4. Islet. : AIT
5. Gather. : REAP
6. "Green ___." : PASTURES
7. Unyoke, as oxen. : OUTSPAN
8. Weizmann's country. : ISRAEL
9. Hearty dish. : STEW
10. Helping hand for Europe. : ERP
11. Historic club in Boston. : SATURDAY
12. Hooked. : HAMATE
13. Sanctuaries. : ASYLA
14. Thus: Latin. : SIC
15. Shadow: Slang. : TAIL
16. Aggrandize. : ENNOBLE
17. First steamer from Falmouth to Calcutta, 1825. : ENTERPRISE
18. French soldier. : POILU
19. ___ acid. : OLEIC
20. Churchill's daughter. : SARAH
23. "None But the ___ Heart." : LONELY
30. Founder of Arab dynasty, 788. : IDRIS
33. Vietnam's Chief of State. : BAODAI
35. Former Government agency. : WPA
37. Petty's forte. : GIRLS
40. Arabian port. : ADEN
42. Balm of ___. : GILEAD
43. City on the Erie Canal. : AMSTERDAM
44. Discoverer of continent of North America. : CABOT
45. Jane Eyre's little pupil. : ADELE
46. Native of Halifax. : NOVASCOTIAN
47. Flying ___. : DISC
48. Mary Roberts Rinehart character. : TISH
49. Loyalty to U. S. : AMERICANISM
50. Containing iron: Comb. form. : FERRO
51. Lock of hair. : TRESS
54. Harpsichordist Landowska. : WANDA
55. Where Katmandu is. : NEPAL
58. Preposition. : INTO
59. Playing rod. : CUE
60. Lithuanians or Letts. : BALTS
63. Native of the Dark Continent. : AFRIC
64. Hubbard's subject. : DIANETICS
65. Bruno ___, physicist in America. : ROSSI
66. "The Young ___." : LIONS
69. ___ Saud. : IBN
70. Numismatist's interest. : COINS
72. Before: Prefix. : PRE
76. Whiz Kids. : PHILS
77. A work of Horace's. : EPODE
79. Of de Gasperi's country: Abbr. : ITAL
80. Site of Creighton U. : OMAHA
81. ___ Hokinson. : HELEN
83. Sacred Greek mountain. : ELAYEA
86. Giants' manager. : LEO
87. Belgian commune, W of Brussels. : RONSE
88. Writer who quarreled with Thackeray. : YATES
90. Dread of high places. : ACROPHOBIA
92. Limerick man. : LEAR
93. A lot of money: Sl. : PILE
96. Hardened. : ENURED
98. "The Little ___." : FOXES
99. Superior. : FINE
102. Lurched. : CAREENED
103. Heroes. : DEMIGODS
104. Act together. : UNITE
107. Portia's waiting-maid. : NERISSA
108. Scornful term of address. : SIRRAH
109. One of eight famous animals. : PRANCER
110. Wood. : ASH
112. Card game for two. : ECARTE
113. Spending needlessly. : AWASTE
114. Humiliate. : ABASE
115. Dewy: Rare. : RORAL
116. Short-billed rail. : CRAKE
117. Appalling. : AWFUL
120. Mexican porridge. : ATOLE
121. Husband of Pocahontas. : ROLFE
122. Where Karl Marx was born, 1818. : TRIER
124. Night: Norse myth. : NATT
126. Sticky. : MIRY
127. English poet laureate, 1715–18. : ROWE
131. Negative. : NOT
132. Coupe. : CAR
134. Large serpent. : BOM

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 27 debuted here and reused later, 18 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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