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New York Times, Friday, December 29, 1950

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { B K X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
PS notes: Original 18-Across clue had "L'Infant"; changed to "L'Enfant."
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 558
Across Down
1. Exercise the franchise. : VOTE
5. Contain. : HAVE
9. Nineteenth century British novelist. : READE
14. Entezam's country. : IRAN
15. Mr. Guinness of the British cinema. : ALEC
16. Prevalent crime. : ARSON
17. Barnum's headline singer. : LIND
18. Pierre L'Enfant was its architect. : WASHINGTON
20. Forfeitures. : LOSSES
22. Carol. : SONG
23. Where Salem is: Abbr. : ORE
24. Errol Flynn's role in "Kim." : ALI
25. Hand-to-hand fights. : MELEES
27. Brainless beauty of radio and movies. : IRMA
28. Legendary saviors of Rome, 390 B. C. : GEESE
30. Missing from Second and Sixth Avenues. : ELS
31. Snooped. : PRIED
32. Perfumes. : ESSENCES
34. Scours. : CLEANS
35. Month in the Jewish calendar. : ADAR
36. Do nothing. : LOAF
37. Island borough of N. Y. C. : STATEN
40. English dramatist of the Restoration. : FARQUHAR
44. ___ Services. : ARMED
45. Uproar. : DIN
46. Doctors of Moslem religion. : ULEMA
47. Tear. : REND
48. Nominate again. : RENAME
50. Knave of clubs in loo. : PAM
51. Soul: Fr. : AME
52. Mountain range from the Rhine to the Rhone. : JURA
53. Landed property. : ESTATE
55. Overwhelming homesickness. : NOSTOMANIA
58. American patriot. : OTIS
59. Assumed name. : ALIAS
60. Religious image. : ICON
61. Vouchsafe. : GIVE
62. Reefers. : COATS
63. Monocle. : LENS
64. Winning cards. : ACES
1. New York's Bohemia. : VILLAGE
2. Baltimore baseball players. : ORIOLES
3. Common weeds. : TANSIES
4. Limits. : ENDS
5. Part of ship's bow. : HAWSE
6. Ambassador from Iran. : ALA
7. Ships. : VESSELS
8. Parrots. : ECHOES
9. Emitted a bell-like sound. : RANG
10. Unit of work. : ERG
11. Part of Queens. : ASTORIA
12. Park Avenue aristocracy. : DOORMEN
13. Groups of nine. : ENNEADS
19. Members of successful political party. : INS
21. Corrected. : EMENDED
26. Sly glance. : LEER
27. Choleric. : IREFUL
29. Placed. : SEATED
31. Commemorative tablets. : PLAQUES
33. Tin. : CAN
34. The heart: Anat. : COR
36. Miss Turner. : LANA
37. Name of three lakes in the Adirondacks. : SARANAC
38. Vibrating effect in the voice. : TREMOLO
39. Loss of memory. : AMNESIA
40. Business of the Stock Exchange. : FINANCE
41. Liver-colored. : HEPATIC
42. Loving. : AMATIVE
43. Famous Pharaoh. : RAMESES
45. Go off the tracks. : DERAIL
48. Product of Cuba. : RUM
49. Ways and ___ Committee. : MEANS
52. ___ stick, burned by the Chinese as incense. : JOSS
54. Worn by J. Caesar. : TOGA
56. Make lace with a shuttle. : TAT
57. Electrically charged molecule. : ION

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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