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New York Times, Friday, November 30, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 0, XRef: 2, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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Students & seniors
Across
1. Falcon. : HAWK
5. Our Minister to Hungary. : DAVIS
10. Mossadegh reports to him. : SHAH
14. A wood wind. : OBOE
15. Girl's name. : ERICA
16. India rubber. : PARA
17. A guest of Canada. : DUKEOFEDINBURGH
20. Shaped like a star. : STELLATE
21. Sinew. : TENDON
22. Describing an out-of-date box. : ICE
23. Three-masted vessel. : BARK
24. Come. : ARRIVE
28. Sound of the wind. : MOAN
29. Political group. : ADA
32. Pronoun. : THOSE
33. Person used as the tool of another. : PAWN
34. Count, in Germany, Austria and Sweden. : GRAF
35. He greeted 17 Across. : LOUISSSTLAURENT
38. Persistent pests. : ANTS
39. Strikes gently. : PATS
40. What Princess Anne is to Princess Margaret. : NIECE
41. Apprehend. : SEE
42. Ridge in the weave of cloth. : WALE
43. Any dictator. : HITLER
44. Injury. : HARM
45. Road hazard. : RUT
46. Land. : DEBARK
49. Tedious or vexatious. : TIRESOME
54. Head of the new Mutual Security Agency. : AVERELLHARRIMAN
56. Member of the Ananias club. : LIAR
57. Juan's lady. : EVITA
58. Baltic native. : LETT
59. Describing some New England towns. : ELMY
60. Singer Shore. : DINAH
61. Joint. : KNEE
Down
1. Coal scuttles. : HODS
2. Be adjacent to. : ABUT
3. Roused from lethargy. : WOKE
4. A ship. : KEEL
5. Disfigure. : DEFACE
6. Mexican horse, winner of five events at the National Horse Show. : ARETE
7. See: Latin. : VIDE
8. Here: French. : ICI
9. City in S. W. California. : SANTAANA
10. Plucky spirit: Colloq. : SPUNK
11. Unyielding. : HARD
12. Jason's ship. : ARGO
13. Emily, who writes stories about China. : HAHN
18. A source of oil. : OLIVES
19. City on the Aar. : BERN
23. Where football games are played. : BOWLS
24. Mountain range in N. W. Africa. : ATLAS
25. It flows from the Alps to the Mediterranean. : RHONE
26. The R. F. D. man rides one. : ROUTE
27. Egyptian goddess, represented with horns. : ISIS
28. Dull finish. : MATTE
29. Swaying. : AREEL
30. Hop. : DANCE
31. Subsequently. : AFTER
33. A song of Asaph. : PSALM
34. Pluck. : GRIT
36. Effervesced. : SPARKLED
37. Joiner. : UNITER
42. Articles of merchandise. : WARE
43. Shout of exultation. : HURRAH
44. Host to 17 Across. : HARRY
45. Lariat. : RIATA
46. Mr. Carnegie. : DALE
47. Corrupt. : EVIL
48. Guide in instrument landing. : BEAM
49. Unsubstantial. : THIN
50. Parachute material. : SILK
51. Prophetic sign. : OMEN
52. South American tea. : MATE
53. Grafted, in heraldic phrases. : ENTE
55. Fifty-six. : LVI

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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