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OF PEOPLE AND THINGS

New York Times, Sunday, November 6, 1949

42-Down : In good faith.

Author:
Leonard Goldberg
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 77, Avg Word Len: 5.32, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 656 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 160, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 29, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 50
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© 1949, The New York TimesNo. 404
Across
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General in command of AMG in Berlin. : TAYLOR
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Famous amateur painter. : WINSTON
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Hoosier Senator. : CAPEHART
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Inhabitant of stagnant water. : AMOEBA
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___ salad. : AVOCADO
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Baseball players watch these constantly. : AVERAGES
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Cincinnati's baseball team. : REDMEN
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Mr. Truman's advisers. : CABINET
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Depreciate. : DEROGATE
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Note in Guido's scale. : ARE
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Man's name. : SETH
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Jurisdictions: Anglo-Saxon law. : SOCS
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Dominoes. : BONES
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Miss Lamour. : DOT
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___ driver. : PILE
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Sea eagles. : ERNS
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Useful for rainy days. : NESTEGGS
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He was Cardinal Pacelli. : PIUS
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Bitter. : ACERB
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Talks: Slang. : YAPS
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Caterpillars, grubs, maggots, etc. : LARVAE
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Vieux ___, New Orleans. : CARRE
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Source of vitamin A. : CARROT
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Under: French. : SOUS
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"___ Reich, ___ Volk." : EIN
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One-time resident of Sodom. : LOT
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City in Connecticut. : ANSONIA
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Canvasser. : ROADMAN
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Old card game. : BONEACE
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Mr. Marranville, formerly of the Boston Braves. : RABBIT
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30.48 cm. : FOOT
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Heavy wagon. : DRAY
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Was a candidate. : RAN
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"'___ my word!" : PON
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Dictators issue these. : FIATS
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A language of the Bible. : ARAMAEAN
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Cheats: Slang. : BAMS
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"Lawrence of ___." : ARABIA
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On the qui vive. : AWARE
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Swiss river. : EMME
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"Yes ___!" : SIREE
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The Great ___. : DIVIDE
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Soft: Comb. form. : LENI
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Snick and ___. : SNEE
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___ Perón. : SENORA
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Amalgamate. : UNITE
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In "South Pacific," the daughter of Bloody Mary. : LIAT
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___-violet. : ULTRA
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Characteristic of Indians. : TRIBAL
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___ d'Azur. : COTE
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Suitable as clothing. : WEARABLE
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___-American. : INTER
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Roman bronze. : AES
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Good card. : ACE
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Nobel prize winner for literature, 1929. : MANN
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Norse character. : RUNE
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Gold Coast town. : NSAWAM
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House of refuge. : HOSPICE
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Abraded. : SCRAPED
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Resurfaced a floor. : RETILED
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"Cloak-and-dagger" outfit. : OSS
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Gunny cloth. : TAT
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___ plaster. : SHIN
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Infer. : DERIVE
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British fellows. : CHAPS
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Somewhat naked. : BARISH
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European sorespot. : SAAR
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Overall material. : DENIM
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Hero of Clyde Fitch play. : HALE
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In fresco painting, first rough plaster coat. : ARRICCIO
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Island of Dutch East Indies. : NIAS
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Top ___. : SIDE
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___ atque vale! : AVE
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Newspaper notices. : OBITS
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Symbol of Eire. : HARP
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Maori divinity. : ATUA
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"Stouthearted ___." : MEN
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Hymns in sacred Hindu literature. : SAMAVEDA
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Having leaves. : PETALED
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Horthy was this in Hungary. : REGENT
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Painter. : ENAMELER
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Strive to excel. : EMULATE
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Auriol's land. : FRANCE
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Rationality. : SANENESS
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Spanish gold coins. : PESETAS
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Classified. : SORTED
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Province of Chile. : TARAPACA
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He holds the world's most precious passport. : AMERICAN
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Swiss warblers. : YODELERS
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Man's nickanme. : LEM
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Subdivisions of Greek clans. : OBES
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Indian princess. : RANEE
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Alaskan codfishes. : WACHNAS
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Yellow bugle. : IVA
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Knobsticks. : NOBS
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Descendant. : SCION
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Thrash; beat: Dial. : TANCEL
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Russia's grain basket. : ODESSA
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___ guilty. : NOT
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England's delegate to UN. : CADOGAN
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Retaliate. : AVENGE
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Fathers: French. : PERES
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Love. : EROS
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Character in "Macbeth." : HAG
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Scene of international crisis, 1911. : AGADIR
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Return to court: Scot's law. : RETOUR
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Poisonous African fly. : TSETSE
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"___ again!" : TRY
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Member of the Strasbourg conference. : BEVIN
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Ballplayer's mistake. : ERROR
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August attire. : SPORTSWEAR
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Medical attention. : TREATMENT
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___ de foie gras. : PATE
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In good faith. : BONAFIDE
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___ loco. : SUO
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Rabbit fur. : CONY
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Leg bones. : TIBIAE
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Frank Buck's mode of travel. : SAFARI
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Function of the World Bank. : LOAN
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Arabian garment. : ABA
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___ Schary, of Hollywood. : DORE
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Cousin of the apteryx. : MOA
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A hillside, to Robert Burns. : BRAE
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Brazilian tree with striped wood. : ARAROBA
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Italian legislatures. : CAMERAE
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Closes up: Arch. : ENSEALS
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Count Sforza is one. : ITALIAN
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Conducts oneself. : DEMEANS
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Where Mr. Barkley recently dedicated an airfield. : PADUCAH
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Ciudad Bolivar's river. : ORINOCO
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Olivine-basalts. : NAVITES
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Characteristic of native races of America. : AMERINDIAN
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Double: Comb. form. : BINI
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"___ the dust!" : BITE
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Admiral Byrd's favorite hibernation spot. : ANTARCTIC
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Notched like a saw. : SERRATED
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Naps. : SLEEPS
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___ prunes. : STEWED
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Smooth: Phonet. : LENE
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Arm bone. : ULNA
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GI Janes. : WACS
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Prickly envelope of a fruit. : BUR
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___ paper. : TAR
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"___ Liberty." : MISS
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Bogs down. : MIRES
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He wears the Fisherman's ring. : POPE
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Draped garments. : SARIS
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Exclamations of doubt. : EHS
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A "must" in a football team's dressing room. : LINIMENT
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"The ___ of things not seen." : EVIDENCE
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Ophelia was. : DEMENTED
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Irritable persons. : TARTARS
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Fresh-water mussels. : NAIADES
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Hunts. : CHASES
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Prio Socarrás' capital. : HAVANA
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Mexico's President. : ALEMAN
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War ___. : BRIDES
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Project. : SCHEME
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Gap. : HIATUS
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"Brother ___." : RAT
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White poplar. : ABELE
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Garment, worn by the Pope. : ORALE
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Rides the waves. : SURFS
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Where bricks are made. : OVEN
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Interweave. : PLAT
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Travel by plane. : AERO
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Soul: French. : AME
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World's featherweight champion. : PEP
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Greek letter. : ETA
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Pike-like fish. : GAR

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 42 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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