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New York Times, Saturday, November 29, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,259
Across Down
1. Indecisive enumeration. : POLL
5. Italian physicist in the U. S. since 1939. : FERMI
10. ___ bien. : TRES
14. Allowance for the difference in value of two currencies. : AGIO
15. Good-by in Cadiz. : ADIOS
16. Covering of a chestnut. : HUSK
17. Giant of the Renaissance. : LEONARDODAVINCI
20. "Oxygen" for U. S. Allies in W. W. II. : LENDLEASE
21. Makes comfortable. : EASES
22. They are in the shell. : OARS
23. Defeated Senator from Missouri. : KEM
24. Aerial maneuvers. : SPINS
27. Hoosier author. : ADE
29. Unruly children. : IMPS
33. "Hickety, pickety, my black ___." : HEN
34. City in NE China. : KALGAN
37. A stud. : NAIL
38. Book by Hemingway (with "The"). : OLDMANANDTHESEA
41. Istanbul's foreign quarter. : PERA
42. Lubricate. : GREASE
43. Calendar abbreviation. : OCT
44. Mark of a branding iron. : SEAR
45. The shape of 2 Down. : ESS
46. Actor's part. : LINES
48. Shoemaker's tool. : AWL
50. Pro golf tournament. : OPEN
52. Head of C. I. A. : SMITH
55. Oklahoma Indians. : COMANCHES
60. Broadway musical comedy. : WISHYOUWEREHERE
62. Church lectern. : AMBO
63. Girl in a song. : IRENE
64. African port. : ORAN
65. Part of Menotti's first name. : GIAN
66. Crass. : DENSE
67. 19th century caricaturist. : NAST
1. Become wearisome. : PALL
2. Molding with a double curve. : OGEE
3. Columbia footballer. : LION
4. American basso at the Metropolitan. : LONDON
5. Traveler. : FARER
6. Norse songs. : EDDAS
7. The Parana and the Ica. : RIOS
8. Prevailing style. : MODE
9. Old Testament book: Abbr. : ISA
10. Vitamin B. : THIAMINE
11. Ladders. : RUNS
12. Verb suffix. : ESCE
13. Equipment for certain troops. : SKIS
18. Its population is 128,643. : ALASKA
19. Churchillian sign. : VEE
23. Rockwell and others. : KENTS
24. Business places. : SHOPS
25. Volcano on Martinique. : PELEE
26. National god of the Indo-Aryans. : INDRA
27. Choreographer De Mille. : AGNES
28. First word in baby's vocabulary. : DADA
30. Member of a brotherhood. : MASON
31. Short literary composition. : PIECE
32. What a venetian blind is. : SLATS
35. Broadway V. I. P. : ANGEL
36. Scandinavian man's name. : LARS
39. Annual event in Boston. : MARATHON
40. Girl's name. : HELENE
47. Marines landed here, Sept. 15, 1950. : INCHON
49. Junior's favorite question. : WHY
50. Presages. : OMENS
51. Gay city. : PAREE
52. Burglar's booty. : SWAG
53. Paris flower girl of opera. : MIMI
54. Log cabin of Siberia. : ISBA
55. Researcher's goal. : CURE
56. Mr. Young. : OWEN
57. Lady of Olympus. : HERA
58. Ante bellum and reconstruction. : ERAS
59. Wired. : SENT
61. Adjective suffix meaning "like." : OID

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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