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New York Times, Wednesday, December 6, 1950

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 296 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 28
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© 1950, The New York TimesNo. 535
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1. Pride and joy of Police Commissioner Murphy. : MUSTACHE
9. Glass water bottle. : CARAFE
15. Where beekeepers work. : APIARIES
16. Griddlecakes, in Mexico City. : AREPAS
17. O'Dwyer's new concern. : MEXICANS
18. Title page, printed in red. : RUBRIC
19. Revenue on bank deposits: Abbr. : INT
20. Tempers steel by heating and cooling. : ANNEALS
22. Bantu language. : ILA
23. Another name for Esau. : EDOM
25. Anoint: Archaic. : OINT
26. Blunder. : SLIP
27. Inhale audibly through the nose: Ref. sp. : SNIF
29. Gas used in tubular signs. : NEON
31. Tooth. : TINE
32. ___ Mahal. : TAJ
34. What an unlucky canasta player leaves behind. : LOSINGS
36. Swerved. : VEERED
39. Ropes used to guide horses in training. : LONGES
40. Undress. : DISROBE
41. Bestseller of 1901, at long last a movie. : KIM
42. Behold: Latin. : ECCE
43. Sharp projection on a hook. : BARB
46. Exclamations of disgust. : PAHS
49. Button for a dress shirt. : STUD
50. Sets, as a table. : LAJS
52. Building location. : SITE
54. Military rank: Abbr. : COL
55. Small restaurants (argot of Paris and Broadway). : BISTROS
58. Hebrew man's name. : DOV
59. Dark place on the way to Hades. : EREBUS
61. Native. : INDIGENE
63. Forty-___. : NINERS
64. What a samovar is. : TEAMAKER
65. Large region in E. Europe and Asia. : TATARY
66. Max Beerbohm, for instance. : ESSAYIST
1. Mrs. Eisenhower. : MAMIE
2. Sets on end, as a barrel. : UPENDS
3. Describing a truck that will carry 12,000 lbs. : SIXTON
4. Siamese. : TAI
5. Alms box. : ARCA
6. Foreign Minister under Mussolini. : CIANO
7. Cone-shaped headdress with veil, worn by ladies, circa 1400. : HENNIN
8. Cenobite of ancient Palestine. : ESSENE
9. Rep. Vinson of Georgia. : CARL
10. Islands near New Guinea. : ARUS
11. A Confederate: Colloq. : REB
12. Like a spring month. : APRILINE
13. Shortcomings. : FAILINGS
14. Eludes. : ESCAPES
21. Bikini is one. : ATOLL
24. Beveled the ends for joining at an angle. : MITERED
26. Marks of infamy. : STIGMAS
28. Game played at Monte Carlo. : FARO
30. Sheltered corner. : NOOK
33. Fine British accent at the U. N. : JEBB
35. Cut. : SNIP
36. Irene Dunne's role in "The Mudlark." : VICTORIA
37. Edible. : ESCULENT
38. The New and The Fair. : DEALS
40. A parachute drop. : DESCENT
44. Having a flat breastbone, as the ostrich. : RATITE
45. Governor-elect of South Carolina. : BJRNES
47. Gen. Tojo's first name. : HIDEKI
48. Diamonds. : STONES
51. Soft drinks. : SODAS
53. Turn inside out. : EVERT
55. Jefferson's Vice President. : BURR
56. Large suburb of Paris. : ISSY
57. Basic igneous rock. : SIMA
60. Miss Lillie. : BEA
62. Joyous. : GAY

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 22 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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