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New York Times, Saturday, February 16, 1952

61-Across : Silver coin of China.

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 2, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 972
Across
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Track meet event. : DASH
5
An island near Java. : BALI
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Vegetables. : PEASE
14
Surface. : AREA
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Port W. of Algiers. : ORAN
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Members of A. A. A. A. : ADMEN
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Advertising medium. : BILLBOARD
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Benefit by experience. : LEARN
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Rounds of applause. : SALVOS
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Obtains. : GETS
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Greek letter. : TAU
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Featherstitch. : SEW
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Pro ___ publico (for the public welfare): Latin. : BONO
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Caesar's "I conquered." : VICI
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Cheers for the team. : RAHS
29
Kindergarten conversation. : PRATTLE
31
Exclamation of surprise. : OHO
32
Jack and Jill's burden. : PAIL
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Tightened. : TENSED
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Opera based on comedy by Beaumarchais. : BARBEROFSEVILLE
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Chemical compounds. : ESTERS
41
Ethereal: Poetic. : AERY
42
Presidential nickname. : ABE
43
Indians of New York State. : SENECAS
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Nail used in mines. : SPAD
46
Rolling stock. : CARS
49
Partisans. : ISTS
50
Gives the stamp of approval: Colloq. : OKS
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Half of a half-and-half. : ALE
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___ facto. : IPSO
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Paths cut by mowing machines. : SWATHS
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Food for the family. : ROAST
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Drill sergeant's order. : ATTENTION
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Dido. : ANTIC
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Silver coin of China. : YUAN
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Color of raw silk. : ECRU
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Show how. : TEACH
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Struck. : SMIT
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Boat used for duck shooting. : SKAG
Down
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Flatfish. : DABS
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What 7 Down is. : ARIA
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Speculate on lower prices. : SELLSHORT
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Periods of a football game. : HALVES
5
Cries of disapproval. : BOOS
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Constellation. : ARA
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Exuberant song in 37 Across. : LARGOALFACTOTUM
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Set back from the margin. : INDENT
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Chums. : PALS
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Dutch city. : EDE
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Family of violin makers. : AMATI
12
Block of ice on a glacier. : SERAC
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Weariness with everything. : ENNUI
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Clara of the silent days. : BOW
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Sways as if about to fall. : TOTTERS
25
Con ___ (with spirit): Music. : BRIO
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Caesar's "I came." : VENI
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Mantle. : ROBE
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Exclamations of triumph. : AHAS
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Member of the carrot family. : PARSNIP
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Enlist troops for service. : LEVY
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Parisian father. : PERE
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The comedy of Bert Lahr. : SLAPSTICK
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Where Napoleon lived, 1814-15. : ELBA
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Performance. : DEED
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First Lady. : BESS
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Figuratively, there are seven. : SEAS
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Makes an effort. : ESSAYS
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Barbara Ann Scott's prize possession. : SKATES
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Unit of weight. : CARAT
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Without company. : ALONE
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Gaucho's lariat. : REATA
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Possess. : OWN
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Uneasy longing. : ITCH
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Put in the mail. : SENT
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Book of hours. : HORA
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Comfortable. : SNUG
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Literally so. : SIC
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Language spoken in Siam. : TAI

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later.

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