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New York Times, Tuesday, November 25, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { B Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,255
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1. Front of a building. : FACADE
7. Dancer's associate. : DASHER
13. Adjusted. : ALINED
14. Fixed on a stake. : IMPALED
16. Put on. : DONNED
17. Native of the Canary Islands. : SPANIARD
19. Football position. : END
20. Demonstrators against unpopular policies. : RIOTERS
22. New Guinea port. : LAE
23. Select for competition. : SEED
25. Former baseball great. : EVERS
26. Floral necklaces. : LEIS
27. Dwelling place: Abbr. : RES
29. Noun suffix. : ENE
30. Intervening: Law. : MESNE
31. Possession of an unprejudiced person. : OPENMIND
34. Act with equal billing. : COSTAR
35. Nothing. : NIL
36. Front page items in British papers. : ADS
37. Large container. : VAT
38. Representative: Abbr. : AGT
39. Infold. : ENLACE
41. Spreads from a center. : RADIATES
43. Boojum. : SNARK
44. Comet or Canberra. : JET
45. Retainer. : FEE
46. Duty. : TASK
47. Bob Hope, for instance. : COMIC
49. Where the turkey came from. : FARM
52. Siamese coin. : ATT
53. Unlicensed. : ILLICIT
55. Part of Portugese India. : GOA
56. Decree again. : REORDAIN
58. ___ Lady's Book, fashion arbiter, 1830–98. : GODEYS
60. Representing the antithesis of Johnnie Ray. : DRYEYED
61. Where elevens play. : ARENAS
62. Ferments. : YEASTS
63. Steal cattle. : RUSTLE
1. Languishes. : FADES
2. Solitary. : ALONE
3. One of the most popular Hollywood plots. : CINDERELLASTORY
4. Cape N of Massachusetts Bay. : ANN
5. Bambi and others. : DEER
6. Jockey Arcaro. : EDDIE
7. Expand. : DISTEND
8. Unit of electric current. : AMPERE
9. Members of the Women's Reserve. : SPARS
10. Danny Kaye's role. : HANS
11. Ivy League player. : ELI
12. He sells houses. : REALESTATEAGENT
15. System of conduits. : DRAINAGE
18. Black Rock, Mojave, etc. : DESERTS
21. Parts of ranges. : OVENS
24. Queen Ingrid's country: Abbr. : DEN
26. Man's nickname. : LES
28. A resounding slap. : SMACK
30. Musical theme. : MOTIF
31. Brigadier general's insigne. : ONESTAR
32. Shaped like a feather. : PINNATED
33. Food fish. : IDE
34. Breaker of the social code. : CAD
37. Pertaining to a prophet. : VATIC
40. Fulbright's state: Abbr. : ARK
41. Causes to recollect. : REMINDS
42. Pershing's command. : AEF
44. City of 51,601 in Illinois. : JOLIET
47. Lucius and others. : CLAYS
48. Birthday gift. : CIGAR
50. Befitting a king. : ROYAL
51. Billiard stroke made with perpendicular cue. : MASSE
53. Brain wave. : IDEA
54. New Zealand tree. : TORU
57. Kind of bread. : RYE
59. Of the: French. : DES

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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