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New York Times, Friday, February 16, 1951

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 607
Across Down
1. Where Colon is. : PANAMA
7. Siberia's great lake, largest freshwater basin in Eurasia. : BAIKAL
13. Sour ale. : ALEGAR
14. Eisenhower's Paris hotel H. Q. : ASTORIA
16. Rabelaisian. : RIBALD
17. Unjust exertion of power. : VIOLENCE
19. Fitting closely. : SNUG
20. Plant modified by environment. : ECAD
22. Conrad ___ of the silent screen. : NAGEL
23. Fish sometimes wired for electricity. : EEL
24. Weaponless Nimrod. : SNARER
26. Slender prickle of a plant. : SETA
27. Frenzied. : CRAZY
29. Formal call. : VISIT
31. Hunt rodents. : RAT
32. Neighbor to Nepal. : INDIA
34. Cross out. : DELETE
36. Defamatory talk. : SCANDAL
39. Writs for jurors. : VENIRES
40. Draw forth. : ELICIT
41. German state, Darmstadt its capital. : HESSE
42. Hawaii's status: Abbr. : TER
43. Composer Franck. : CESAR
45. Walk in. : ENTER
49. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, 1921–30. : TAFT
51. Guided a horse. : REINED
53. Miss Gardner. : AVA
54. Egg-shaped. : OVOID
56. Men in a racing shell. : CREW
57. Bound by some tie. : AKIN
58. Preached: Now rare. : SERMONED
60. Loitering. : IDLING
62. Jo Mielziner's forte. : SCENERY
63. Subtle variation. : NUANCE
64. Ascetic of the Pharisees' day. : ESSENE
65. Radiation detector, the ___ counter. : GEIGER
1. Unit of interstellar space: 19.2 trillion miles. : PARSEC
2. Straightener. : ALINER
3. Cloudlike mass in the heavens. : NEBULA
4. Amalekite king spared by Saul, slain by Samuel. : AGAG
5. Evil: Fr. : MAL
6. Where Rosalind and Orlando meet. : ARDEN
7. Hitler's favorite part of Germany. : BAVARIA
8. Words for the audience's ear alone. : ASIDES
9. Japanese name. : ITO
10. German name for Cologne. : KOLN
11. Districts. : AREAS
12. Guest slow to leave. : LINGERER
15. Kind of rayon fabric. : ACETATE
18. Makes proud. : ELATES
21. Raise trivial objections. : CAVIL
24. Agent of a corporation. : SYNDIC
25. Bridle path tours. : RIDES
28. Galvanized iron is coated with it. : ZINC
30. Keyed up. : TENSED
33. Post office instrument. : DATER
35. Legal claim. : LIEN
36. Skirmishes. : SETTOS
37. Clings. : CLEAVES
38. Men under Hoyt S. Vandenberg. : AIRFORCE
39. Scientifiction Jules. : VERNE
41. Bottled in blonde. : HAIRDYE
44. Discriminate. : SECERN
46. Captivating. : TAKING
47. Exhibit. : EVINCE
48. Ice hockey player. : RANGER
50. The day and age. : TIMES
52. Federal Security Administrator. : EWING
55. Puts on. : DONS
57. Jai ___, Spanish racket game. : ALAI
59. Born. : NEE
61. Adequate. : DUE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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