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ARMS AND THE MAN

New York Times, Sunday, November 28, 1943

Author:
Louis Jenkins
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 174, Blocks: 89, Avg Word Len: 5.06, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 640 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 140, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 75
Louis Jenkins has 23 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1943, The New York TimesNo. 94
Across
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Puck grown old: Barrie. : LOB
4
Commander of Eighth Air Force. : EAKER
9
Layer of Atlantic cable, 1858. : FIELD
14
Commander of United States Fifth Army. : CLARK
19
City in Peru. : PUNO
20
Main boulevard in Havana. : PRADO
21
Member of younger married set in Verona. : ROMEO
22
Frances Perkins' headache. : LABOR
23
Early inhabitants of Britain. : PICTS
24
Vital post-war problem. : IMMIGRATION
26
River in Kansas. : OSAGE
27
Chinese. : ASIATIC
29
Needle case. : ETUI
30
Commanding general, Army Air Forces. : ARNOLD
32
Circus prop. : NET
33
Hadean ferryman. : CHARON
34
Balkan state. : GREECE
36
General Eaker. : IRA
37
Gratify. : SATE
38
As a substitute. : INSTEAD
40
Author of "Winged Victory." : HART
43
Easy task: Slang. : SNAP
45
Pulpit. : AMBO
48
Having digits. : TOED
49
Chief of State of France. : PETAIN
51
Tragedies. : DRAMAS
55
Wrong: Prefix. : MAL
56
Salvage material. : CANS
57
Driver of stubborn animals. : MULETEER
59
Useful New Zealand tree. : KAURI
60
Perfectly. : IDEALLY
62
Aspiration. : DESIRE
63
Win. : GET
65
Street car. : TRAM
66
Invalidate. : CANCEL
67
Suffuses. : BATHES
68
Secretary of the Interior, 1913–20. : LANE
69
Mitsubishi Type 00. : ZERO
70
Von Luckner's boat. : EMDEN
71
Environment. : MILIEU
72
What Switzerland abounds in. : HOTELS
74
Apollo : SUN
75
Drafted in outline : SCROLLED
77
Former Duke of Addis Ababa. : BADOGLIO
79
As it is written: Mus. : STA
82
THE Intuition. : HITLER
83
Abundant. : GALORE
84
Scene of Axis rout. : TUNIS
88
Chief of Naval Operations. : KING
90
Texas congressman. : DIES
91
Powers' girls. : POSERS
92
Head of adjustment unit in OWM. : BARUCH
93
Peruvian Indian. : INCA
94
Small lizard. : EFT
95
Rouse. : REVIVE
96
Yacht now in Navy. : CORSAIR
97
Feminine name. : LEONA
99
With decorum. : SEDATELY
101
Pays court to. : WOOS
102
Annie Laurie's last word. : DEE
103
G. O. P. leader. : LANDON
105
Commanding General, European Theatre. : DEVERS
106
Tarnishes. : DIMS
107
Chum: Slang. : PARD
108
Golden Age of Chinese history. : HSIA
110
European haven of refugees. : BERN
111
Latest pin-up boy. : SINATRA
113
Italian town. : ASTI
116
Tail-like appendage. : CUE
118
Famous American hospital ship. : SOLACE
120
World's greatest war incubator. : EUROPE
124
Etruscan god. : LAR
125
What an apothecary is a "knight" of. : PESTLE
128
Dwarf. : RUNT
129
Waste. : FRITTER
130
Baffle. : EVADE
132
Manager of the Globe Theatre. : SHAKESPEARE
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Saltpeter. : NITER
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Come back. : RECUR
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Fisherman. : EELER
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Feminine name. : ESTER
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Signer of Moscow Declarations. : EDEN
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Governor of New York, 1771. : TRYON
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Rough. : EROSE
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Eccentric modern writer. : STEIN
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Women's patriotic society: Abbr. : DAR
Down
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Popular role of Miss Pons. : LUCIA
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Birthplace of five famous sisters. : ONTARIO
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Attack bomber used by United States and England. : BOSTON
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Poem. : EPIC
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Branch. : ARM
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Word of surrender. : KAMERAD
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Revised. : EDITED
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Scamp. : ROGUE
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___ Angelico. : FRA
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Greek letter. : IOTA
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Wearer of a green turban. : EMIR
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Italian sculptor (1509–1590). : LEONI
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People giving to N. W. F. : DONORS
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Stupid fellow. : CLOD
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The: Spanish. : LAS
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River in Damascus. : ABANA
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Author of "Thesaurus of English Words." : ROGET
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Mediterranean island: Var. : KRETE
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Tush! : PISH
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Legged moccasin. : PAC
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Armand Jean Duplessis. : RICHELIEU
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Induct. : INSTALL
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Chairman of U. S. Maritime Commission. : LAND
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Fits. : GEES
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Cafe patrons. : EATERS
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Commanding general, N. W. African Air Force. : SPAATZ
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Sam Weller's father, who didn't like vidders. : TONY
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Price. : RATE
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Secure. : TIE
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Boat. : ARK
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Mass vestment. : AMICE
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Title of respect. : MADAM
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Mixture. : BLEND
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Jostled. : PUSHED
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No-men. : NEGATORS
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Encloses: Obs. : MURES
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Arrowroot in Guam. : ARARU
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___ Bolivar. : SIMON
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Brace. : CLENCH
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Profession: Fr. : METIER
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Bridge error. : RENEGE
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Fliers. : ACES
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Rapids of the Columbia River. : DALLES
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Swiss hero. : TELL
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Quartered. : BILLETED
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Cataract immortalized by Southey. : LODORE
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Leading features in music. : MOTIFS
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Author of "L'Abbe Constantin" (1834–1908). : HALEVY
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Oriental guitars. : SITARS
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Journey. : RIDE
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Aromatic plants. : BASILS
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Not theirs. : OURS
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Proficiency. : SKILL
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Ringworm. : TINEA
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Part of Panama City. : ANCON
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Presidential timber. : GOVERNORS
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Irish king with a silver hand. : NUADA
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Colder. : ICIER
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Smallest amount. : SHRED
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Prisoner in India. : GANDHI
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Runs out. : PETERS
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Eucomiast. : BOOSTER
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Storm. : RAVE
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Trance. : COMA
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Hawaiian puffins. : AOS
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Society girl: Abbr. : DEB
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Sauterne. : WINE
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French city. : NICE
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Command. : DICTATE
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A heap: Sp. : PARTIDA
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Site of Austrian rock-salt mines. : AUSSEE
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Most lucid. : SANEST
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Impoverished. : RUINED
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Air-raid signal. : ALERT
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Thrifty one. : SAVER
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Star of "Keeper of the Flame." : TRACY
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First publicly used in 1846. : ETHER
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Samoan fruit-pigeons. : LUPES
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Nutria. : OTTER
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End of a hammerhead. : PEEN
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Blunder. : ERR
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Honey-buzzard. : PERN
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French composer (1823–1892). : LALO
127
Pieces out. : EKES
129
Brake. : FERN
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Song for two. : DUO
133
Before: Poet. : ERE
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Friend of David: I Kings. : REI

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 70 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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