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New York Times, Monday, November 5, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 869
Across Down
1. Senator from the Bay State. : LODGE
6. Play tricks. : JAPE
10. A case for the M. P.'s. : AWOL
14. Concepts. : IDEAS
15. ___ plaisir. : AVEC
16. Fruit having a hard rind and pulpy, many-seeded interior. : PEPO
17. Ridicule by imitating. : MIMIC
18. Old compaigners who have had stormy but successful careers: Colloq. : WARHORSES
20. Agency aiding Europe. : ECA
21. Represented, for 10 per cent. : AGENTED
23. Powerful explosive. : TNT
24. A loud noise. : REPORT
26. Half masks, usually of silk or satin: Fr. : LOUPS
28. Classified material in Government circles. : SECRETS
30. Round hill. : MORRO
31. Goncourt or Pulitzer, for instance. : AWARD
32. Summer sport tog. : SUNSUIT
34. Diminutive of a girl's name. : META
35. Consecrate. : BLESS
37. British mosquito. : GNAT
39. Locate. : SITUATE
41. Slick chick. : CUTIE
42. Sounds on Old MacDonald's farm. : OINKS
43. A wonderful thing. : MIRACLE
45. French relative. : ONCLE
46. Where Singapore is. : MALAYA
47. The Big Pond: Abbr. : ATL
48. Linings for regal robes. : ERMINES
50. Wilson or Norris. : DAM
53. Most delicate. : DAINTIEST
55. Office worker: Colloq. : STENO
57. Florence's river. : ARNO
58. Australian ratite bird: Var. : EMEU
59. Contemporary of "Authors" and "Pit." : LOTTO
60. Operatic love scene. : DUET
61. Small short-billed wading bird. : SORA
62. Agrees with. : YESES
1. Ingredient of a daiquiri. : LIME
2. Of Keats' forte. : ODIC
3. Disputed agenda item at Panmunjom. : DEMARCATIONLINE
4. Merry: French. : GAI
5. Fled. : ESCAPED
6. Loud and quarrelsome talkers: Slang. : JAWERS
7. Before: Prefix. : AVANT
8. Saucily bold. : PERT
9. V-shaped formations of ships or planes. : ECHELONS
10. Spring time: Abbr. : APR
11. They cheer for Blaik's team. : WESTPOINTCADETS
12. Initiates. : OPENS
13. Descriptive of a cause or weekend. : LOST
19. Fragrances. : ODORS
22. "I ___ Plenty of Nuttin'." : GOT
25. Deviating from the usual course. : ERRATIC
27. Smallest republic in S. A. : URUGUAY
28. ___ Browne belt. : SAM
29. Sheep. : EWES
30. Greek letters. : MUS
32. Meet and talk with. : SEE
33. Part of a plane. : TAIL
35. They make butterflies, pigs' ears, etc. : BAKERIES
36. Officers: Abbr. : LTS
38. Links place. : TEE
40. Describing a vacant apartment. : UNLET
41. Coarsely. : CRASSLY
43. Where Romeo receives "These ill news." : MANTUA
44. Part of the name of a French ship. : ILE
45. Port on Hokkaido island. : OTARU
46. Silas Marner, for one. : MISER
47. Babylonian god of wind and storm. : ADAD
49. Note to jog the memory. : MEMO
51. Compulsory bet. : ANTE
52. More sounds from Mac's farm. : MOOS
54. Word in the Commandments. : NOT
56. Part of Italy. : TOE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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