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New York Times, Wednesday, February 7, 1951

Author:
Isaac Kert
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.72, Missing: { F J Q X }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 598

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1. The Stone of Destiny, recently stolen. : SCONE
6. Hitlerite. : NAZI
10. French painter of horses, ___ Bonheur. : ROSA
14. Levittown is full of them. : HOMES
15. College on the Thames. : ETON
16. Jewish month. : ELUL
17. Arctic islander. : ALEUT
18. Atomic granary. : STOCKPILE
20. Military science. : WAR
21. Floor coverings. : MATS
23. Seventh major planet. : URANUS
24. An also ran in a fabled race. : HARE
25. Mardi ___. : GRAS
26. He wrote "Kubla Khan." : COLERIDGE
30. City on the Mohawk. : UTICA
34. Logical contender as 49th state. : ALASKA
35. Remainder. : REST
37. Woodpecker's knock. : TAP
38. Goddess of the Sacred Cow. : ISIS
39. Business end of a lariat. : NOOSE
41. Mr. Dubinsky to his friends. : DAVE
42. Soak. : RET
43. ___ Minor. : ASIA
44. Crackerjack. : NAILER
46. Technical names, in biology. : ONYMS
48. Member of the "Pickwick Club." : SNODGRASS
50. Semicircular recess. : APSE
52. Cover with wax. : CERE
53. Animal in an American folk song. : WEASEL
56. Fairy of Persian myth. : PERI
57. Snaffle. : BIT
60. Government in the Dutch East Indies. : INDONESIA
62. Summer capital of Bombay. : POONA
64. Mr. Musial of St. Louis. : STAN
65. Irving Bacheller's hero, 1900. : EBEN
66. Where the Chamber of Deputies sits. : PARIS
67. Borders of skirts. : HEMS
68. Thomas Hardy heroine. : TESS
69. Songs for the diva. : ARIAS
Down
1. Late citizen of Ayot St. Lawrence. : SHAW
2. Tree of chocolate family. : COLA
3. Hebrew measure. : OMER
4. New: German. : NEU
5. Paper money of Estonia. : ESTMARK
6. Packed carefully one within another. : NESTED
7. Siamese pewter coins. : ATTS
8. Bronx Park specialty. : ZOO
9. Become liable to. : INCUR
10. Meal. : REPAST
11. Mr. Downes, music critic. : OLIN
12. Native of the Philippines. : SULU
13. Robin Hood's beverages. : ALES
19. Corned beef accessory. : KRAUT
22. Followers of a 4th Century doctrine. : ARIANS
24. Myra ___, piano virtuoso. : HESS
25. Turns to the right. : GEES
26. Farouk's capital. : CAIRO
27. Comedian bracketed with Johnson. : OLSEN
28. The people, as distinguished from the clergy. : LAITY
29. The language of the "rasslers." : GROAN
31. Biblical version before the Vulgate. : ITALA
32. Where stalactites are found. : CAVES
33. Copycats. : APERS
36. Wireless operator. : SENDER
40. Seine tributary. : OISE
41. Awful. : DIRE
43. Poplar tree. : ASPEN
45. Roman general friend of Octavian. : AGRIPPA
47. Members of a secret brotherhood. : MASONS
49. Indian, Arctic, etc. : OCEANS
51. Winter weather. : SLEET
53. What the jinni offered Aladdin. : WISH
54. Grafted, in heraldry. : ENTE
55. Man's name meaning red earth. : ADAM
56. Eskimo ___. : PIES
57. Soprano Lucrezia ___. : BORI
58. Dolphin-like species of the Amazon. : INIA
59. Russian news agency. : TASS
61. South by east: Abbr. : SBE
63. Paddle. : OAR

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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