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New York Times, Tuesday, December 16, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
PS notes: Original 62-Down clue had "granery"; changed to "granary."
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,276
Across Down
1. Resembling the first man. : ADAMIC
7. Garland for the head: Poetic. : ANADEMS
14. Name of three Adirondack lakes. : SARANAC
16. Not real or actual. : NOMINAL
17. Allspice. : PIMENTO
18. One of the seven deadly sins. : AVARICE
19. Compass reading : ESE
20. Road-making apparatus. : SCRAPER
22. Emblem of dawn. : DEW
23. Nickname for Aneurin Bevan. : NYE
24. Pied Piper's town. : HAMELIN
26. U. S. Ambassador to India. : BOWLES
28. Girl's name. : ESME
32. Rider of winning horses. : ARCARO
35. Author of "Father of the Bride." : STREETER
38. Author of "De bello Gallico." : CAESAR
39. Geronimo. : INDIAN
40. Native of the Middle West. : INLANDER
43. Creator of Uncle Toby. : STERNE
44. Only British subject buried in Arlington. : DILL
45. More cheerful. : ROSIER
47. Shangri-la native. : TIBETAN
50. Sounds meaning "quiet!" : SHS
53. Equipment for St. Moritz. : SKI
56. Certain ways of achieving dramatic effects. : TIMINGS
58. Aged: Lat. abbr. : AET
59. Hugo novel, basis of Verdi opera. : HERNANI
61. Drug used in eyedrops. : ESERINE
63. Naval officer's shoulder ornament. : EPAULET
64. Country on the Black Sea. : RUMANIA
65. Feather-shaped. : PINNATE
66. Gained as clear profit. : NETTED
1. Tree with trembling leaves. : ASPEN
2. Girl in an old song. : DAISY
3. La Grande ___, organized by Napoleon. : ARMEE
4. Girl's name. : MAE
5. Tabard and Wayside. : INNS
6. "Time for a change," for instance. : CATCHWORD
7. Meter in which "A Visit From St. Nicholas" is written. : ANAPEST
8. "Sironia, Texas," for instance. : NOVEL
9. Italian historian (1806–89). : AMARI
10. Kazan's job: Abbr. : DIR
11. City of 36,017 in Oklahoma. : ENID
12. Flavoring agent. : MACE
13. What St. George did to the dragon. : SLEW
15. Atoll-builder. : CORAL
21. City of 22,898 in Iowa. : AMES
25. One to be helped. : NEEDER
26. Black rock. : BASALT
27. It's across the Mediterranean from Cartagena. : ORAN
29. Rouse from quiet. : STIR
30. Signify. : MEAN
31. European bird of prey. : ERNE
32. Vitriol. : ACID
33. Queen, in the Far East. : RANI
34. Part of a battery. : CELL
36. Symbol on the Japanese flag. : RISINGSUN
37. Grafted: Her. : ENTE
41. Status of the monk in "Thais." : EREMITE
42. Roast meat, on a French menu. : ROTI
46. More reasonable. : SANER
48. Old Latin version of the Bible. : ITALA
49. Psychologist known for I. Q. tests. : BINET
50. Nicholas, for instance. : SAINT
51. Star from Oslo. : HENIE
52. Place. : STEAD
53. Man's nickname. : SHEP
54. Flat-topped military cap of France. : KEPI
55. Where Isfahan is. : IRAN
57. Sprinkled with small figures. : SEME
60. Character in "The Miracle." : NUN
62. Pest in a granary. : RAT

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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