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HETEROGENEOUS

New York Times, Sunday, December 13, 1959

Author: A. H. Drummond Jr.
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 158, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.68, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 692 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 149, Cheaters: 13, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 28
A. H. Drummond Jr. has 69 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,803
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1. "___ you are." : COMEAS
7. Mother of Oedipus. : JOCASTA
14. Bridge term. : TENACE
20. The state of being voiced. : SONANCE
21. Ordained. : ENACTED
22. Listen to the end. : HEAROUT
24. Schoenberg's contribution to music. : TWELVETONESCALE
26. The state of being wrong. : ERRANCY
27. Monastery. : ABBEY
28. Avifauna. : ORNIS
29. South African antelope. : BLESBOK
31. Important housing group. : FHA
32. Socials. : TEAS
33. Nobel laureate, 1933. : BUNIN
34. Garbler of radio programs. : JAMMER
35. Unyielding. : STERN
37. Chicago transportation. : ELS
38. ___ one's jib (appearance): Colloq. : CUTOF
39. Lachesis. : FATE
40. How: Ger. : WIE
42. Conception. : IDEA
43. Lacking firmness. : SLEAZY
45. Javelin: Lat. : TELUM
47. Breathed in. : INHALED
49. Tiny margin. : HAIR
51. Rambler. : ROSE
52. Whitsuntide in U. S. : PINKSTER
54. Dodson or Fogg. : ATTORNEY
58. At ease. : RESTING
60. Swiftly. : APACE
63. Weight units. : GRAMS
64. Cut. : MOWN
66. Mme. Goldschmidt. : LIND
67. Strikes. : SMITES
68. Part. : ROLE
69. Silent star. : BARA
70. Smooth, in music. : DOLCE
71. Workers in wood. : PLANERS
72. Adverse. : ILL
73. Suffer defeat: Slang. : TAKEITONTHECHIN
76. Monk's title. : FRA
77. Easily molded. : PLIABLE
79. Shoots. : TWIGS
80. Dismiss. : DROP
81. Surfeit. : CLOY
82. Novel of 1914. : PENROD
83. Without: Fr. : SANS
84. Hebrew letter. : AYIN
85. Poetic specter. : SHADE
86. Scottish poet, friend of Ben Jonson. : AYTON
87. 2,240 pounds. : LONGTON
89. Surrounded. : BESIEGED
91. "Kingfish" of politics. : HUEYLONG
94. Accts. : RPTS
96. "And they were ___ afraid." : SORE
97. Citizen of Wiesbaden. : HESSIAN
98. Alleviates. : EASES
100. Christian. : HERTER
104. Pretense. : POSE
105. D. I.'s concern: Abbr. : TNG
106. Song. : NOEL
108. Yellow. : LEMON
110. Christmas. : EVE
111. Gather. : AMASS
113. Banish. : DEPORT
115. Type of jury. : PETIT
116. Six: Span. : SEIS
117. Piloted. : LED
118. Boiler. : CALDRON
120. Old silver coin. : DUCAT
121. Subject of Izaak Walton biography. : DONNE
122. In ___ (for the purpose of). : ORDERTO
124. Really. : ASAMATTEROFFACT
127. Worker for a cause. : SOLDIER
128. One fourth: Comb. form. : TETARTO
129. Confines. : ENCAGES
130. Appeared. : SEEMED
131. Builder. : ERECTOR
132. Talked back to: Colloq. : SASSED
1. Pasture sound. : COWBELL
2. What a single is good for. : ONEBASE
3. Menfolk. : MALES
4. Begrudge. : ENVY
5. Single point. : ACE
6. Commence. : SETOUT
7. Elinor Wylie heroine. : JENNIFER
8. ___ a million. : ONEIN
9. Lewis hero. : CASS
10. Banking abbreviation. : ACC
11. ___ Mater. : STABAT
12. "___ the old, old story . . . " : TELLME
13. Revoke a legacy. : ADEEM
14. Part of a recent foreign policy phrase. : THEBRINK
15. Architect Saarinen of Yale. : EERO
16. Stool pigeons, London style. : NARKS
17. Constellation. : ARA
18. Symbol of the C. S. A. : CONFEDERATEFLAG
19. Defeated: Slang. : EUCHRED
20. Conditions. : STATES
23. Ancient Cappadocian city. : TYANA
25. Whether. : ORNOT
30. Homely chore. : SEWING
33. Purchase. : BUYIN
34. Lee's left hand. : JAMESLONGSTREET
36. Construction piece. : TILEPIN
38. Rulers. : CZARS
39. Unite. : FUSE
41. Questioning sounds. : EHS
44. "Oh, give me ___ . . . " : AHOME
46. Bereft, long ago. : LORN
48. Cossack chief. : ATAMAN
50. Species of movie. : REMAKE
52. Small quantity. : PINCH
53. "Yes, ___!" : INDEEDY
54. Augustan general. : AGRIPPA
55. Car. : TROLLEY
56. Western catchword. : TALLINTHESADDLE
57. Long ago, long ago. : YORE
59. Jousts. : TILTS
61. ___ Pasco, high city of Peru. : CERRODE
62. Tried. : ESSAYED
65. Caters to. : WAITSON
67. Pier. : SLIP
69. Plain. : BALD
70. Going on. : DOING
71. Handsets. : PHONES
73. Steaks. : TBONES
74. Speech characteristics. : TWANG
75. Manger. : CRIB
78. Incites. : AROUSES
81. Gladden. : CHEER
84. Leaf cutters. : ANTS
85. Tempting. : SIREN
87. Wished earnestly. : LONGED
88. Glassy silica. : OPAL
90. Not ___ (pretty bad): Slang. : SOHOT
92. Nevertheless: Dial. : YIT
93. "Come, ___, fill the flowing bowl." : LANDLORD
95. Discriminating buyer. : SELECTOR
97. Greek name of epic poet. : HOMEROS
99. Bristles, in botany. : SETAE
101. Adolescent. : TEENAGE
102. Manifested. : EVINCED
103. Adjusts, as a clock. : RESETS
104. From whence Columbus sailed. : PALOS
106. Trapper. : NOOSER
107. Fancy. : ORNATE
109. Headdresses. : MITRES
112. Curtain material. : SCRIM
114. Tell tales. : PRATE
115. Present for decision. : PUTTO
116. Furniture. : SOFAS
119. To ___ (precisely). : ATEE
120. Tapered seam. : DART
121. Awards: Abbr. : DFCS
123. Dutch commune. : EDE
125. Son of: Prefix. : MAC
126. ___ shoestring. : ONA

Answer summary: 13 unique to this puzzle, 15 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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