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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, December 29, 1946

Author:
Harriot Cooke
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 176, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.10, Missing: { K Q }, Scrabble score: 621 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 137, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 13, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 47
Harriot T. Cooke has 9 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

Original 82-Down clue had two "in"s; deleted one of them.

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© 1946, The New York TimesNo. 255
Across
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Massacre. : POGROM
7
Chief Justice Vinson. : FRED
11
Cords from candlenut fiber. : AEAS
15
U. S. Ambassador to China. : STUART
21
Weave. : ENLACE
22
Outgoing chief of UNRRA. : LAGUARDIA
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Nazi method of ruling. : TERROR
25
Ropes. : RIATAS
26
Where Messersmith is Ambassador. : ARGENTINA
27
Elaborately decorated. : ORNATE
28
Turf. : SOD
29
Put on an act. : STAGE
31
Cause of Alexander Hamilton's death. : DUEL
32
Greek letters. : RHOS
34
Where American Occupation Forces are: Abbr. : BAV
35
___ Haynes Irwin. : INEZ
37
Vicia orobus. : ERS
38
Plaque. : TABLET
40
Car-greasing apparatus. : ALEMITE
42
English courts. : ASSIZES
44
Blue-footed petrels, N. Z. : TITIS
45
Equipage. : RIG
47
Numbers on dice. : SICES
48
Samoan palms. : TIS
49
Opposing teams. : SIDES
50
Those who display learning. : PEDANTS
52
Type dating from 1470. : ROMAN
55
Fruit trees. : LIMES
56
Full: French. : PLEINE
57
Nicholas II was the last. : TSAR
61
War bureau. : OPA
62
Confessions of faith. : CREDOS
64
___ jacket. : PEA
65
Food. : OATS
67
___ Juana, Calif. : TIA
68
Maine port. : SACO
70
Mut's spouse. : AMON
71
Grecian city once famous for its luxury. : CORINTH
73
Persian officials. : EMIRS
75
Native of Montgomery. : ALABAMAN
77
Recently modified by the Army. : SALUTES
78
Young of the salmon. : GRILSE
79
A. A. Milne character. : ROBIN
80
Leased. : DEMISED
81
Union General in the Civil War. : BUELL
82
Substitute delegate at Paris Conference. : ATTLEE
84
Signified. : DENOTED
85
The late Mr. Darrow. : CLARENCE
88
State Department Councillor at Peace Conference. : COHEN
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Telegraphed again. : REWIRED
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Perdition. : RUIN
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___ Harbor, Maine. : SEAL
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Bay on coast of Tasmania. : EMU
93
Chess problem with two solutions. : DUAL
95
Director General, UN Food Organization. : ORR
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Peak in Canadian Rockies. : ROBSON
98
Musical direction. : STA
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Slav. : SERB
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___ Nevada. : SIERRA
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Rakes. : ROUES
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A phase of terrorism. : ARSON
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Play by Euripides. : ORESTES
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Mr. Shor. : TOOTS
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Her son put her up on the roof. : ASE
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Pang. : THROE
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Twilight: Contr. : EEN
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Center of controversy, 1919. : FIUME
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Where Ghavam is Premier. : TEHERAN
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Native of Indiana. : HOOSIER
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Orthodox Moslems: Obs. : ISLAMS
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Lord: Jacobite title. : MAR
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Latona. : LETO
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Brawl. : ROW
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Pant. : GASP
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European section of Istanbul. : PERA
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Medicinal root. : JALAP
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Obstinate. : SOT
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Grasses. : AVENAS
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British general. : ALEXANDER
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Volcano in Colombia. : TOLIMA
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Underground reservoir: Sp. : CENOTE
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Natives of Breslau. : SILESIANS
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Judicial writ. : ELEGIT
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Removes traces of. : ERASES
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Fixes waves in the hair. : SETS
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Hindu servant. : AYAH
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Session. : SEANCE
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Area of great oil fields. : PERSIA
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Oliver ___, English novelist. : ONIONS
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Open spaces in a forest. : GLADES
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Interjection. : RAT
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Wood sorrels. : OCAS
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Half-breeds. : MESTEES
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Signals to stop. : FLAGS
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Choice. : RARE
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Bomb: Slang. : EGG
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Times when bills are payable. : DUEDATES
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Russian workmen's organizations. : ARTELS
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Official of ancient Rome. : EDILE
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Own: Scot. : AIN
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Great mining and industrial region. : SAAR
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___ pigeon. : STOOL
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Most succinct. : TERSEST
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Vase. : URN
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Language of Palestine Moslems. : ARABIC
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Take turns. : ROTATE
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City on the Moselle. : TREVES
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Jackal Egyptian god. : ANUBIS
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___ poetica. : ARS
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Jewish underground in Palestine. : HAGANAH
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Last Empress of Austria. : ZITA
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Currents. : TIDES
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Actor knighted by Edward VII. : TREE
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Fog. : MIST
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Constituent of brass. : ZINC
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___ of Athens. : TIMON
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Morons. : IDIOTS
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Ancient name of Saida, Syria. : SIDON
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Laid in folds. : PLAITED
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Openwork fabric. : NET
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Stalin's wife. : ROSA
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Pearly gem. : OPAL
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"The Front Page" author. : MACARTHUR
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Lake in Switzerland. : LEMAN
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Read carefully. : PERUSED
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Tranquility. : STILLNESS
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Assumed importance. : AIRS
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Tear down. : RASE
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Loose-woven fabric. : RAMIE
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Better mannered. : POLITER
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Drier and browner. : SERER
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Medieval ½ denier of France. : OBOLE
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Secret society. : CAMORRA
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Old Uncle ___. : NED
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He captured Geronimo, 1886. : MILES
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Evening: German. : ABEND
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Upper classmen. : SENIORS
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Important export of Peru. : GUANO
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Moisture. : DEW
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Fort in Texas. : BLISS
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Single points in tennis. : ACES
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Volume. : TOME
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Eliminate. : DELETE
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Dice. : CUBES
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Marcus Porcius, the Censor. : CATO
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Transport. : ELAN
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Bridge hands. : RAISERS
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Direct traffic. : ROUTE
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Impose on. : USE
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National shortage. : ROOMS
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Australian statesman. : NASH
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Bronx cheers. : BOOS
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Guido ___. : RENI
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Given Transylvania under new treaty. : ROUMANIA
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Film. : REEL
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Suburb of London in Surrey. : REIGATE
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Coronets. : TIARAS
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Fills with ozone. : AERATES
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Territory claimed by Yugoslavia. : THRACE
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Former President. : HOOVER
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Ward of Cedric the Saxon. : ROWENA
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Bends. : FLEXES
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Clapping of hands to music: Hindu. : TAL
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Retire from office. : RESIGN
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The ___ Age. : ATOMIC
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Mark with symbols. : NOTATE
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Relaxes. : EASES
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Wheat. : SPELT
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Where cattails grow. : MARSH
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Khyber ___. : PASS
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Great Napoleonic victory, 1806. : JENA
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What General Bor is. : POLE
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French pronoun. : NOS
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U. N. official. : LIE
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Supreme Court Justice, 1903–22. : DAY
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U. S. soldier and writer (1876–1912). : LEA

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

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