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WORLD WIDE WORDS

New York Times, Sunday, November 21, 1943

Author:
W. W. Webster
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 172, Blocks: 77, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { J Q V }, Scrabble score: 628 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 148, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 82
W. W. Webster has 12 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

In 70-Across clue, added umlaut over "u" in "Atatürk."

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© 1943, The New York TimesNo. 93
Across
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Slaves of the Nazis. : GERMANS
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Perish. : CRUMBLE
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State of mental strength. : MORALE
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Vast. : OCEANIC
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Withdrawer. : RETIRER
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Useless. : INUTILE
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Battleship launched Feb. 16, 1942. : ALABAMA
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Native of Massico Ridge. : ITALIAN
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Avenging agencies. : NEMESES
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One-third of a sleepy trio. : NOD
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Antitoxin. : SERUM
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Sailor on deck. : HAND
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Youth beloved by Galatea. : ACIS
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Conferred. : SAT
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Shield of protection. : EGIS
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Kings. : SIRES
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Snuggled in. : NESTLED
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Nobody. : NONE
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Meat fats. : SUETS
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Represent. : ENACT
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Pittsburgh's ceiling zero. : SMOG
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Father of Europa. : AGENOR
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Spooky atmosphere. : EERINESS
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16½ feet. : ROD
52
Epochs. : ERAS
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Water vessels. : EWERS
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Machine-gun hideout. : NEST
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Where the U.S.S. Savannah defied bombs. : SALERNO
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Love. : EROS
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Native of largest Grecian isle. : CRETAN
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City in Sicily. : RAGUSA
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Political mud pack. : SMEAR
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Allied occupying government. : AMG
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Letters of the alphabet. : OES
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The late Atatürk. : KEMAL
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Cut off. : SNIP
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Fancier. : IMAGINER
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One of the Tubuai islands, Oceania. : RAPA
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Coin of ancient Rome. : SEMIS
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Bitter drug. : ALOES
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The Barber of Seville. : FIGARO
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Gets back into shape: Colloq. : SLIMS
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Bearing, manner: Fr. : TENUE
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Dispatches. : SENDS
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Merry caper. : ANTIC
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Listed. : ITEMED
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Icy pinnacle in a glacier. : SERAC
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Country of ancient Troy. : TROAD
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Heroine of "Last Days of Pompeii." : IONE
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Crown a king. : CORONATE
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Turkish title. : AGHA
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Pertaining to Nehru's land. : INDIC
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Lord: Dialect. : LOR
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Art: Latin. : ARS
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Elevate. : HOIST
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Subject of poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay. : LIDICE
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Worthless: Slang. : CHEESY
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Sham attitude. : POSE
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Irish church steward. : ERENACH
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Hold a conference. : MEET
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Beam tossed in a game. : CABER
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___-Coburg. : SAXE
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Tarzan's colleague. : APE
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Allied supreme war chief. : MARSHALL
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Noah's landing field. : ARARAT
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Trenches. : SAPS
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Situated amid branches. : TREED
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Redskin abode. : TEPEE
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Europe's oppressor. : NAZI
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Winter apples. : RUSSETS
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Breed. : SPAWN
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Cinderella's original costume. : RAGS
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Port of Turku, Finland's second city. : ABO
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City on the Aar River. : BERN
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Division of Algeria. : ORAN
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Brown ermine. : STOAT
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Feast day: Comb. form. : MAS
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Scenic presentation. : DIORAMA
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Yugolsavia seaport. : SPALATO
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Demolish. : RUINATE
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Sword of St. George. : ASKELON
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The fields of Paradise. : ELYSIUM
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Foresters. : TREEMEN
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Animals allied to the horse. : TAPIRS
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Takes umbrage. : RESENTS
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Outdo. : SURPASS
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Pertaining to Portuguese India. : GOANESE
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Bucolic poem. : ECLOGUE
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Better prepared. : READIER
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"In shape no bigger than an agate-stone." : MAB
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Duck genus. : ANAS
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Historic town in south of France. : NIMES
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Most jittery. : SCARIEST
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Russia's "Florida." : CRIMEA
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Soak flax. : RET
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Herbert B. Maw is its Governor. : UTAH
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Bombed city in northern Italy. : MILAN
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Pickling solutions. : BRINES
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Sailors who take soundings. : LEADSMEN
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Sea eagle. : ERN
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Talk with affected nicety. : MINCE
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New York lake. : ONEIDA
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West Indies liquors. : RUMS
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Gobbled up. : ATE
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Commune near Milan. : LISSONE
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A voyager to the Antipodes. : ELEANOR
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Ethereal salts. : ESTERS
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Shapely vessels. : URNS
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Seaweed. : ALGA
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Treat stingily. : STINT
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Scrawny animal. : SCRAG
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Spanish bulls. : TOROS
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Man bites dog. : NEWS
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Jap style of attack. : SNEAK
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Cough syrup balsams. : TOLUS
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Birthplace of Stalin. : GEORGIA
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Anglo-Saxon slaves. : ESNES
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550-mile tributary of the Dnieper. : DESNA
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Appear. : SEEM
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Salty. : SALINE
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Communication lines. : RAILS
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Australia's air fighters. : RAAF
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Island French and Italians seized from Nazis. : CORSICA
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Florida business man. : REALTOR
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Spotters. : ESPIERS
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Egyptian dynasty. : RAMESES
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Badly accomplished. : MISDONE
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First name of "Penguin Island" author (1844–1924). : ANATOLE
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Sheep. : MERINOS
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Most vital store. : GROCERY
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Convened. : MET
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Verse-maker. : POET
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Fire: comb.form. : IGNI
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Ammunition: Soldier's slang. : AMMO
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Koran chapter. : SURA
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Fortify with vitamins. : ENRICH
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Brazilian lady. : SENHORA
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American flier. : EAGLE
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Doleful. : SAD
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Large Philippine trees for fruit, cordage. : DAOS
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Signer of Moscow Declarations. : CHINA
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Bone-roller. : DICER
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Cravats. : TIES
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Fit by change. : ADAPT
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Treasury. : CHEST
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Coke R. Stevenson is its Governor. : TEXAS
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Refrigerants. : ICERS
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Hypothetical medium. : ETHER
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Persian fairy. : PERI
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Restock. : REPEOPLE
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Mustard cresses. : MADWORTS
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A patroller of the North Atlantic. : CANADA
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Orientalist. : ARABIST
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U. S. Army's two-man anti-tank gun. : BAZOOKA
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League: Abbr. : ASSN
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Kernel. : MEAT
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Shattered Gilbert island. : APAMAMA
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Ambassadors. : LEGATES
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Slackens. : LESSENS
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Quake. : TREMOR
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Wandering dogies. : STRAYS
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Medicinal salts. : EPSOMS
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Indians of Bolivia. : URANS
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Mud volcano. : SALSE
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Bombed isle near the Gilberts. : NAURU
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Famous isle next to Java. : BALI
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Own: Scot. : NAIN
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Row of seats. : TIER
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Name: Slang. : REP
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Italian title. : SER
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Come, come! : TUT
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Russia's new economic policy. : NEP

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 78 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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