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ALL THINGS CONSIDERED

New York Times, Sunday, February 19, 1961

Author: Lavengro
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 176, Blocks: 83, Avg Word Len: 5.07, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 650 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 142, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
Lavengro has 1 pre-Shortz puzzle in our database.
PS notes: In the original 27-Across clue, "Kit-Cat Club" was spelled "Kit-cat Club"; corrected spelling.
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,237
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1. Ancient language. : SANSKRIT
9. Pacify. : PLACATE
16. Poise. : APLOMB
22. Repetition of words, in rhetoric. : ANAPHORA
23. Dieter. : REDUCER
24. Stein. : SEIDEL
25. Tiger. : MANEATER
26. One past middle age. : OLDSTER
27. Famous Kit-Cat Club member. : STEELE
28. "___ Corn." : ALIEN
29. Decriptive of a frosty morning. : NIPPY
31. Set of untanned hides. : KIP
32. Spanish aunt. : TIA
33. Small coin. : SOU
34. Circular: Fr. : ROND
35. Member of the band. : FIFER
36. Old English slave. : ESNE
37. Give the eye. : OGLE
39. Time. : AGE
40. Take a rest. : VACATION
42. Advance. : GETON
44. Companion of Falstaff. : PETO
48. Indian of Yucatan. : MAYA
49. Brother of Miriam. : AARON
51. Cloy. : SATE
52. Road in ancient Rome. : ITER
53. Greek poet who rode a dolphin. : ARION
56. Year in Nero's reign. : LVI
58. Channel marker. : BUOY
60. The sun is one. : BLEACHER
62. Confederate soldier, poet, flutist. : LANIER
64. ___ nutshell. : INA
66. Sew. : NEEDLE
68. Journeyer through hell with Virgil. : DANTE
69. Villa d'___. : ESTE
70. A thousand ages. : EON
72. Announce. : DECLARE
74. More saintly. : HOLIER
75. Anne Hathaway's home. : SHOTTERY
77. Diminutive of Mary. : MAE
78. Carry ___. : NATION
80. Blubber. : CRY
81. Bondage. : YOKE
82. Succès ___ (great hit): Fr. : FOU
83. What ferries do. : PLY
84. Young oyster. : SPAT
86. Rudiments. : ABC
89. Lady Hamilton's lover. : NELSON
91. French "himself." : SOI
92. Solomonic traits. : SAPIENCE
96. Base. : SORDID
98. Composed. : WRITTEN
100. Cinnabar. : ORE
101. Unburned carbon. : SOOT
102. Bargain. : TREAT
103. Where all the host of Pharaoh drowned. : REDSEA
104. Term in math: Abbr. : GCF
106. Share. : RATION
108. Mezzanine. : ENTRESOL
110. Partial. : HALF
112. Transport group: Abbr. : ATS
114. Beautiful: Ital. : BELLA
115. Actual. : REAL
116. Still. : CALM
118. Whey of milk. : SERUM
120. Fixed time. : HOUR
122. One of the Roman Fates. : NONA
123. Upbeat. : ARSIS
125. Easiest. : SIMPLEST
127. Navy man: Abbr. : COM
130. Hub of a wheel. : NAVE
132. Printer's term. : STET
134. Storied trio. : BEARS
135. Jack ___, English rebel. : CADE
136. White Sulphur. : SPA
139. Headed. : LED
140. Goddess of night. : NOX
141. Southern constellation. : NORMA
142. He did not cross the Jordan. : MOSES
143. British vehicle. : WAGGON
145. Archaic curse. : MALISON
147. Endeavors. : ATTEMPTS
149. Publicizing. : AIRING
150. Galli-Curci. : AMELITA
151. Fellow tenant. : ROOMMATE
152. Farm. : GRANGE
153. ___ store. : GENERAL
154. Made beloved. : ENDEARED
1. Elm seed. : SAMARA
2. Similar thing: Var. : ANALOG
3. Comedy by Voltaire. : NANINE
4. Celerity. : SPEED
5. Prince in Xanadu. : KHAN
6. Nonsense. : ROT
7. Pacific. : IRENICAL
8. Spanish seaport on Strait of Gibraltar. : TARIFA
9. In ___ persona (in actual person): Lat. : PROPRIA
10. Dutch painter in England. : LELY
11. Annex. : ADD
12. Marine fish. : CUSKS
13. A profession. : ACTING
14. Tents. : TEEPEES
15. One way to be human. : ERR
16. Person to whom a claim is transferred. : ASSIGNEE
17. Corolla part : PETAL
18. Bear false witness. : LIE
19. Verse forms. : ODES
20. Song: Comb. form. : MELO
21. Cordon ___. : BLEU
30. Marshal of France. : PETAIN
32. Play a horn softly. : TOOTLE
35. Morgan le ___. : FAY
36. State formally. : ENOUNCE
38. Majestic. : EPICAL
40. Weathercock. : VANE
41. Moon. : ORB
43. One form of medicine. : TABLET
45. Concerning racial customs. : ETHNIC
46. Waver. : TEETER
47. Planetarium. : ORRERY
48. Indefinite part. : MOIETY
50. Carol. : NOEL
53. Beverages. : ALES
54. Reckless. : RASH
55. Look ___ (investigate). : INTO
57. Covered with ivy. : VINY
59. Newborn. : YEANLING
61. Lord. : ADONAI
63. Smoked. : REEKED
65. Caution. : ADMONISH
67. Vehicle. : DRAY
71. City on the Oka. : OREL
73. Water from Cologne. : EAU
74. Famous reciter of "Casey at the Bat." : HOPPER
76. Explosive. : TONITE
79. Tributary of the Danube. : ISAR
82. Mistress ___ of Windsor. : FORD
83. He wrote "Ms. Found in a Bottle." : POE
85. Bed canopy. : TESTER
86. Aft. : ASTERN
87. Where Sarawak is. : BORNEO
88. Native of Candia. : CRETAN
90. Stylish ones: Colloq. : SWELLS
91. Tritest. : STALEST
92. Mild. : SOFT
93. Knot of wool. : NOIL
94. Calmly bold. : COOL
95. Vulcan's home. : ETNA
97. French admiral, assassinated 1942. : DARLAN
99. Shipments from China. : TEAS
103. Laughed loudly. : ROARED
105. Vacationer. : CAMPER
107. Border on. : ABUT
109. Work as a street cleaner. : SCAVENGE
111. Weekday: Abbr. : FRI
113. Not Chippendale. : SHERATON
117. Call wrongly. : MISNAME
119. Like the boss of a shield. : UMBONAL
121. Cloak-and-dagger outfit. : OSS
124. One kind of base. : STOLEN
126. Walter de ___. : LAMARE
127. The "Timid Soul." : CASPAR
128. Proust character. : ODETTE
129. Jumbled. : MESSED
131. Lengthwise. : ALONG
133. Napoleon's fate. : EXILE
135. Slight pause. : COMMA
136. Loot. : SWAG
137. Match. : PAIR
138. Shah Jahan built here. : AGRA
141. ___ bene. : NOTA
142. Same: Fr. : MEME
144. Scottish "if." : GIN
145. Periodical: Abbr. : MAG
146. Title. : SIR
148. Fox: Scot. : TOD

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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