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New York Times, Wednesday, November 29, 1950

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { F J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 255 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 528
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1. Subject of Taft-Hartley bill. : UNIONS
7. Doctrine of a Persian religious sect. : BABISM
13. Participate. : PARTAKE
15. "Ya gotta start off each day wit' a song." : DURANTE
16. Subway platform. : STATION
17. City in Ohio. : IRONTON
18. One: German. : EIN
19. Fire-truck equipment. : LADDERS
21. Red ocher: Dial. : RUD
22. Hard work. : TOIL
24. Wife of Jacob. : LEAH
25. Wash out. : ELUTE
27. Slowpoke. : SNAIL
29. Influence: Slang. : DRAG
31. Seat of Cook County, Georgia. : ADEL
32. Underhand person. : SNEAK
34. Calling of Daniel Boone. : TRAPPER
36. Answered in the negative. : NOED
38. The Hamilton-Burr affair. : DUEL
39. U. S. gulf-coast industry. : SPONGES
42. Legal document. : LEASE
45. Decoration on Jessica Tandy's dressing room door. : STAR
46. Tipplers. : SOTS
48. Playing card. : KNAVE
50. Think: French. : PENSE
52. Profound. : DEEP
54. ___ Scott decision. : DRED
55. Constellation. : ARA
56. Extended over. : SPANNED
59. Oriental name. : ALI
60. A verse of two feet. : DIMETER
62. Belonging to the sea. : OCEANIC
64. People in high spirits. : ELATERS
65. Rearing; fierce. : RAMPANT
66. Place to spend the summer. : RESORT
67. Relatives. : NIECES
1. Unexpected finishes: Sports. : UPSETS
2. They meet at Flushing Meadow. : NATIONS
3. Nationality of Hussein Ala. : IRANIAN
4. Mel, former Giant player. : OTT
5. ___ polish. : NAIL
6. Toasting word. : SKOAL
7. Third U. S. Vice President. : BURR
8. Ascended. : AROSE
9. Prohibit. : BAN
10. Trespass. : INTRUDE
11. Plumper. : STOUTER
12. Austrian scientist, famous for studies of heredity. : MENDEL
14. Over. : ENDED
15. Irreconcilable political opponent. : DIEHARD
20. Tapered seam: Dressmaking. : DART
23. Holders of property claims. : LIENORS
26. Europe N of Arctic Circle. : LAPLAND
28. French city. : LAON
30. Frenchman. : GAUL
33. What beer comes in. : KEGS
35. Look slyly. : PEEK
37. Cedar trees. : DEODARS
39. Unfruitful. : STERILE
40. Hats. : PANAMAS
41. Anna ___ of the movies. : STEN
43. Adirondack winter sports mecca. : SARANAC
44. Girl in Dos Passos' "U. S. A." : EVELINE
45. Digger. : SPADER
47. Spaniard. : SENOR
49. Decrees. : EDICTS
51. Chemical compound. : ESTER
53. Nut. : PECAN
57. Saucy. : PERT
58. Half: Prefix. : DEMI
61. Ike's former theatre. : ETO
63. The Rue Morgue slayer. : APE

Answer summary: 12 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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