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New York Times, Monday, November 24, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J M Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 301 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,254
Across Down
1. Sell for a quick profit. : SCALP
6. The Schuman ___. : PLAN
10. Master, in South Africa. : BAAS
14. Britain's trouble spot in Africa. : KENYA
15. Man on the flying trapeze. : AERIALIST
17. Champing at the bit. : EAGER
18. He runs a few minutes a day. : RACEHORSE
19. More east than south. : ESE
20. Job. : TASK
22. Lighten with yeast. : LEAVEN
23. Street cut in a slope. : TERRACE
25. Inferior type of 18 Across. : PLATER
26. He was born in Denison, Texas. : IKE
27. Moorish commander of a stronghold. : CAID
28. Highways: Abbr. : STS
30. The tree of knowledge. : APPLE
33. ___ de combat. : HORS
34. From Kamchatka to Aden. : ASIA
35. Irishman. : GAEL
36. Arm supporting a lifeboat. : DAVIT
37. Noted Italian writer. : LEVI
38. Lapses from grace. : ERRS
39. Hallowe'en and Christmas times. : EVES
40. Propelled a punt. : POLED
41. Attorneys for the people: Abbr. : DAS
42. He wrote "West of the Water Tower." : CROY
43. Strike out. : FAN
44. Containing copper. : CUPRIC
46. Satellite country. : HUNGARY
50. Participated. : SHARED
51. Contemporary of Schiller. : KANT
52. Opponent. : FOE
53. Tryouts for performers. : AUDITIONS
55. Metrical stress. : ICTUS
57. He was born in Los Angeles. : STEVENSON
58. Part of a lariat. : NOOSE
59. Miss Lamarr. : HEDY
60. ___ mit uns. : GOTT
61. Tunney and Tierney. : GENES
1. Kind of shooting contest. : SKEET
2. Stop. : CEASE
3. Provoke. : ANGER
4. Strong cleanser. : LYE
5. Share. : PARTAKE
6. Analyze grammatically. : PARSE
7. A gap in security enforcement. : LEAK
8. Curve. : ARC
9. Ornamenter of metal with inlays. : NIELLIST
10. Distend. : BLOAT
11. Any flying craft: 2 wds. : AIRVESSEL
12. Positive. : ASSERTIVE
13. Narrow: Comb. form. : STEN
16. Leading. : AHEAD
21. Low or Jabara. : ACE
24. Streamlets. : RILLS
25. Where the Madeleine is. : PARIS
27. Flock of quail. : COVEY
29. Uttered. : SAID
30. Full of years. : AGED
31. Airman's pack. : PARACHUTE
32. Induced by argument. : PERSUADED
33. General destruction. : HAVOC
34. Beside. : ALONG
36. Ridiculing. : DERIDING
40. Heaving. : PANTING
42. Isle of the Labyrinth. : CRETE
43. Playfulness. : FUN
45. Secretly aware. : PRIVY
46. Common verbal contraction. : HASNT
47. River in a song. : AFTON
48. Stir up. : ROUSE
49. Gives assent to. : YESES
50. Cummerbund. : SASH
51. Overhand or figure of eight. : KNOT
54. High mountain in Colorado. : OSO
56. College in Cedar Rapids. : COE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later.

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