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DOUBLE ENTRIES

New York Times, Sunday, February 14, 1954

Author:
Jules Arensberg
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 65, Avg Word Len: 5.30, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 594 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 128, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 25
Jules Arensberg has 95 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1954, The New York TimesNo. 1,692
Across
1. Significant features. : TRAITS
7. City on the Rio Grande. : ELPASO
13. Bring about. : CAUSE
18. Lickety-cut. : CHOPCHOP
20. Invocation of the Wicked Queen. : MIRRORMIRROR
22. "Bravo" in the House of Commons. : HEARHEAR
23. Size of paper. : DOUBLEDOUBLE
24. Sailors' patron. : ELMO
25. I love: Lat. : AMO
26. Within: Comb. form. : ENDO
27. Kiang. : ASS
28. Draw a bead. : AIM
29. Bring up to date. : AMEND
31. Israeli diplomat. : EBAN
33. Wear away. : ERODE
35. Zoological claws. : UNCI
36. Footfall. : PAD
37. Bremen's river. : WESER
39. Snick and ___. : SNEES
40. Rumor. : BRUIT
41. Ruy Diaz de Bivar. : CID
42. Where Pierre and Bismarck are. : DAKOTAS
44. Dwindling. : AWASTE
45. City on the Rhine. : COLOGNE
49. Grifter's henchman. : SHILL
50. Sea with no outlet. : ARAL
51. Refrain from a party song. : HAILHAIL
53. ___ Khan. : ALY
54. Elizabeth I, for instance. : SPINSTER
58. Range of activity. : ORBIT
59. Giant Alvin and family. : DARKS
61. Roman garment. : STOLA
62. Guidonian creation. : ELA
63. MacGregors, for instance. : CLAN
64. Japanese news agency. : DOMEI
65. Food in a nursery rhyme. : TARTS
66. Fuse partly. : FRIT
67. Recently stolen: Slang. : HOT
68. Take it easy. : RELAX
69. Irani Reds. : TUDEH
70. Aspect. : FACET
71. Agent. : OPERATOR
73. Gist. : NUB
74. So that's how it is! : WELLWELL
76. Unrippled. : EVEN
77. Castigatory. : PENAL
79. Nelson Eddy in "Rose Marie." : MOUNTIE
80. Stunt flier. : LOOPER
83. Replied by telegraph. : REWIRED
85. Pronoun. : ITS
86. Rubber city. : AKRON
87. Mr. Cooper and others. : GARYS
88. Satellite of Saturn. : DIONE
90. Krazy ___. : KAT
93. Command. : FIAT
94. El ___, great baroque artist, 16th century. : GRECO
95. Distort. : WARP
96. Khedive's estate. : DAIRA
98. Business abbr. : INC
99. Indian title of respect. : SRI
100. Horseshoe or trefoil. : ARCH
102. Ship-shaped clock. : NEF
104. Skin. : DERM
105. Pidgin English. : TALKEETALKEE
108. Stillicide. : DRIPDRIP
110. Normal vision. : TWENTYTWENTY
111. Relative of the sarong. : LAVALAVA
112. Veers in a certain direction. : EASTS
113. Absolutely! : YESYES
114. High-ranking. : SERENE
Down
1. Miss Votipka of the Met. : THELMA
2. Strolled. : ROAMED
3. Part of an airport. : APRON
4. German pronoun. : ICH
5. Goddess: Greek. : THEA
6. Churchill's son-in-law. : SOAMES
7. North Sea port. : EMDEN
8. Person of note. : LION
9. With penny wisdom. : PRUDENTLY
10. Dendrophilous. : ARBOREAL
11. Old ___. : SOL
12. Echo and friends. : OREADS
13. The ___ head is Reuther. : CIOS
14. Island group near New Guinea. : ARU
15. Name meaning courteous. : URBANUS
16. Importune. : SOLICIT
17. Hermit. : EREMITE
18. Discomfited. : CHEAP
19. Investigated thoroughly. : PROBED
21. Goods in department store: Abbr. : MDSE
30. Major John's dad. : DWIGHT
32. Armenian river. : ARAS
34. Letters. : OES
35. 1,300-mile mountain range. : URALS
38. Girl's name : EDNA
39. Loam, marl, etc. : SOILS
40. "___ Devil," 3-D movie. : BWANA
41. Kelly of Haruna fame. : COLIN
43. Dull brown. : KHAKI
44. Seed shells. : ARILS
45. Madame Butterfly. : CHOCHO
46. Rabbit with right-angled ears. : OARLOP
47. Pour wine as a sacrifice. : LIBATE
48. Revenant. : EIDOLON
50. A polygon's "radius." : APOTHEM
52. Truman's birthplace. : LAMAR
54. Broadcast. : STREW
55. Half a sestet. : TERCET
56. Traditional Hebrew melody. : ELIELI
57. Disconcert: Colloq. : RATTLE
60. Lilli's husband. : REX
61. In the dumps. : SAD
64. Discourage. : DETER
65. Like a pipe. : TUBAR
66. Bootlicks. : FAWNS
68. Corbie. : RAVEN
69. City with a casbah. : TUNIS
70. Grooved, as a column. : FLUTED
72. Transplant. : REPOT
73. Where the U.N. meets. : NEWYORKNY
75. Cut of meat. : LOIN
77. Sheetings. : PERCALES
78. Clytemnestra's mother. : LEDA
80. Pirate who received a Presidential pardon. : LAFITTE
81. Its capital is Naha. : OKINAWA
82. Know-it-alls. : ORACLES
83. Scottish explorer. : RAE
84. Alpine dress. : DIRNDL
87. Resolute: Colloq. : GRITTY
89. Massenet wrote many. : OPERAS
90. Noted sports writer and bird expert. : KIERAN
91. Attain success. : ARRIVE
92. Southern cigar center. : TAMPA
94. Writer of westerns. : GREY
95. By-products of cheese-making. : WHEYS
97. Bemuse. : ADDLE
99. TV receivers. : SETS
101. Whale. : CETE
103. "Globetrotters," for example. : FIVE
106. Lancelot or Galahad: Abbr. : KNT
107. Wonderment. : AWE
109. Golf term. : PAR

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 17 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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