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MEN OF MEDICINE

New York Times, Sunday, November 2, 1947

Author: Louise Rabb
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 83, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 617 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 156, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 65
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© 1947, The New York TimesNo. 299
Across Down
1. Explosions. : BLASTS
7. Beverages. : ALES
11. The Thesaurus doctor. : ROGET
16. Cleveland's noted doctor. : CRILE
21. Famous English waterfall. : LODORE
22. Founder of famous clinic, 1889. : MAYO
23. Lobe of the soft palate. : UVULA
24. Digger. : HOLER
25. Hunger: Med. : ACORIA
26. Hero of "Green Mansions." : ABEL
27. Artificial oyster bed. : LAYER
28. Writer of social drama (1828–1906). : IBSEN
29. Doctor in "Tale of Two Cities." : MANETTE
31. Hill near Jerusalem. : OLIVET
33. Voters. : CHOOSERS
35. Ignore. : ELIDE
36. Rally. : DERIDE
38. Chemical compound. : ESTERS
40. Ceased. : DESISTED
42. Tooth: French. : DENT
44. Not new. : USED
45. Hurry. : TROT
49. Tiny. : ATOMIC
51. Division. : REALM
53. Scaly. : LEPROSE
55. Mingle: Scot. : MOOL
58. Mother-of-pearl. : NACRE
60. English trolleys. : TRAMS
62. F. D. R.'s secret service man. : REILLY
63. Hearts: Egypt. myth. : ABS
64. Founder of antiseptic surgery (1827–1912). : LISTER
65. Metallic element in zinc. : INDIUM
67. Actor's small part: Fr. : ROLET
68. Miss O'Grady. : ROSIE
70. City in Abyssinia. : ADOWA
72. Birth place of Châteaubriand. : STMALO
74. Native metal. : ORE
75. Grown slender. : SLIMMED
78. Chromosome. : IDANT
80. Maturing substances. : AGERS
82. The greatest physician of antiquity: Circa 460–357 B. C. : HIPPOCRATES
84. Classical god of medicine. : AESCULAPIUS
90. Checks. : SNUBS
91. Perchance. : HAPLY
93. His ___ Majesty. : SATANIC
94. Refrain of the Whiffenpoof's song. : BAA
97. Disease-carrying fly. : TSETSE
100. West Indian sugar works. : USINE
102. Siouan Indian. : OSAGE
103. Senior. : ELDER
105. Caught. : NETTED
107. Flatterer: Slang. : SOAPER
110. A Chaucer pilgrim. : NUN
111. Symbols of France. : LILIES
113. Elissa ___, actress. : LANDI
114. ___ Ford Mountains, Antarctica. : EDSEL
115. Mr. Lahr. : BERT
116. Gorge. : OVEREAT
118. Crined: Heraldry. : MANED
120. Resort on Lake Maggiori. : STRESA
122. Existed. : WERE
123. Biology's subject. : LIFE
125. Hill town in Judah. : ANIM
127. The immortal Duse. : ELEONORA
131. Conger fishing. : EELING
133. Large lake in Alberta. : CLAIRE
135. Karlsruhe is its capital. : BADEN
136. He painted the Four Freedoms. : ROCKWELL
140. Princes of Sind. : AMEERS
142. Trying. : SEEKING
144. Rousseau's child hero. : EMILE
145. Saw. : ADAGE
147. Bearing. : MIEN
149. A Dumas Count. : CRISTO
150. Home of Biblical witch. : ENDOR
151. Biological factors. : GENES
152. Dr. ___ Walker, pioneer for women's rights. : MARY
153. Ringworm. : TETTER
154. Seas. : DEEPS
155. Colorado park. : ESTES
156. Gold alloy: Egypt. Archeol. : ASEM
157. Russian grain market. : ODESSA
1. Censured. : BLAMED
2. Place. : LOCALE
3. Son of Myrrh. : ADONIS
4. Like a soredium: Bot. : SOREDIAL
5. Most vapid. : TRITEST
6. Abode. : SEAT
7. Dr. Fishbein's group. : AMA
8. Exertion. : LABOR
9. Nictitating membrane. : EYELID
10. Stabler. : SOLIDER
11. First word of famous anthem. : RULE
12. Egg-shaped. : OVATE
13. Scott's Mr. Mannering. : GUY
14. Picks. : ELECTS
15. North Carolinian. : TARHEEL
16. Island S. of Lesbos. : CHIOS
17. Defrauds. : ROBS
18. Woman's name. : ILSE
19. Malign look. : LEER
20. Sea birds. : ERNS
30. Swellings. : EDEMAS
32. Titian's school of painting. : VENETIAN
34. Fraternity. : ORDER
37. Public notices: Lat. : EDICTA
39. Top. : SUMMIT
41. Girl's nickname. : TONI
43. Mountain pool. : TARN
45. Secondary movement in a minuet. : TRIO
46. Jacob Abbott's good boy. : ROLLO
47. Canada's famous doctor. : OSLER
48. Maggie ___, English soprano. : TEYTE
50. Believe. : CREDIT
52. Boys. : LADS
54. Grandiloquent talker. : PERORATOR
55. Fen. : MARSH
56. Old Greek coins. : OBOLI
57. Mr. Gabrilowitsch. : OSSIP
59. Eat away. : ERODE
61. Tanning agent. : SUMAC
64. A kind of verbena. : LEMONTREE
66. One of the Wise Men. : MAGUS
69. Rogues. : IMPS
71. What Mme. Sans Gêne did. : WASH
73. Girl's name. : LELA
76. Shields. : ECUS
77. ___ ___ Rush, signer of Declaration of Independence. : DRBEN
79. Evening bugle call. : TAPS
81. Springs. : SPAS
83. Protective arch: Mining. : ASTEL
85. Girl's name. : ELISE
86. Conventions. : SYNODS
87. Empty. : INANE
88. Native of Mongolia. : UIGUR
89. Course of pursuit. : SCENT
92. Papal reception. : AUDIENCE
94. Downstairs. : BELOW
95. Swarming. : ALIVE
96. Viennese psychologist (1870–1937). : ADLER
98. Anther and filament. : STAMEN
99. Where Vulcan's forge was. : ETNA
101. Spring festival. : EASTER
104. Ireland. : EIRE
106. Miss Ferber. : EDNA
108. Pearls: Fr. : PERLES
109. Gen. Robert ___ ___. : ELEE
112. Corned. : SALEE
115. Igneous rock. : BANAKITE
117. Cultivated land. : TILLAGE
119. "The Doctor's ___": G. B. S. : DILEMMA
121. Chastened. : SOBERED
124. Sir Luke ___, painter of "The Doctor" (1844–1927). : FILDES
126. Black vehicles. : MARIAS
128. Poets. : ODISTS
129. European government securities. : RENTES
130. Long-haired rabbit. : ANGORA
131. Pitchers. : EWERS
132. Pledgee: Law. : GAGEE
134. Grenoble's river. : ISERE
136. The Yellow Fever doctor. : REED
137. ___ ignotum pro magnifico est. : OMNE
138. Destroyer: Suffix. : CIDE
139. Hoof sound. : KLOP
141. Hodgepodge. : MESS
143. External: Comb. form. : ECTO
146. Symbol of industry. : ANT
148. Follower of Falstaff. : NYM

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 54 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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