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New York Times, Wednesday, November 7, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 871
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1. Where Smith College is: Colloq. : HAMP
5. Muscle or sinew. : THEW
9. Seaport of French West Africa. : DAKAR
14. Tahiti novel by Melville. : OMOO
15. Desdemona's enemy. : IAGO
16. Exhibit imitation feelings. : EMOTE
17. Richard or Butterfly. : POOR
18. Certain ships or planes. : TRANSPORTS
20. Established. : INSTATED
22. Reads with steady attention. : PORES
23. ___ cars. : USED
24. Heroine of "The Last of the Mohicans." : CORA
25. Sponger. : CADGER
28. Well-known first name in radio. : PORTLAND
32. Pas-de-Calais city. : ARRAS
33. Loses freshness. : WILTS
34. Girl's name. : PIA
35. Disturb. : ROIL
36. Port from which Columbus sailed. : PALOS
37. Appear indistinctly. : LOOM
38. Where a Cockney lives. : OME
39. Special taste or quality. : SAVOR
40. A great Anna Karenina. : GARBO
41. King's daughter. : MARGARET
43. Wooden shoe worn to raise the feet from the mud. : PATTEN
44. Nous sommes, vous ___. : ETES
45. Let George ___. : DOIT
46. City on the Po. : TURIN
48. Old-fashioned substitute for a door. : PORTIERE
52. Schools used to grade pupils in this. : DEPORTMENT
54. Lump of earth. : CLOD
55. Expiate. : ATONE
56. Yard attached to a house. : AREA
57. Instead. : ELSE
58. Surface depressions. : DENTS
59. Feature of Stevenson's "Master of Ballantrae." : DUEL
60. Mr. O'Kelly. : SEAN
1. Pueblo tribe of Indians. : HOPI
2. Theban god. : AMON
3. Lows. : MOOS
4. Where Oporto is. : PORTUGAL
5. Giggle. : TITTER
6. Ran fast. : HARED
7. Old time oath. : EGAD
8. Earned. : WON
9. Sends into exile. : DEPORTS
10. Without a sense of ethical responsibility. : AMORAL
11. Another name for Persephone. : KORE
12. Lawyers: Abbr. : ATTS
13. ___ gestae (things done): Latin. : RES
19. John Kieran's specialty. : SPORTS
21. "___ Death," by Grieg. : ASES
24. Pigment. : COLOR
25. Strike and rebound. : CAROM
26. Spicy smell. : AROMA
27. Beauty parlor gadget. : DRIER
28. Operator of a Shooting Star. : PILOT
29. On the nautical left. : APORT
30. Zeus turned her into stone. : NIOBE
31. Mr. Runyon. : DAMON
33. Members of the Navy. : WAVES
36. Ancestor, in civil law. : PARENT
37. Windows with crossed strips. : LATTICES
39. Burlesques of human follies. : SATIRES
40. Walk or single-foot. : GAIT
42. Old man: Comb. form. : GERONT
43. Way into the Yale Bowl. : PORTAL
45. Receiver of a gift. : DONEE
46. Head: French. : TETE
47. In an elevated position. : UPON
48. Its chief port is Callao. : PERU
49. French pronoun. : ELLE
50. Pasquale's daughter. : ROSA
51. Britain's new Foreign Secretary. : EDEN
52. Head of the house. : DAD
53. Foolish. : MAD

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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