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WITH A FLAVOR OF NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, March 1, 1942

Author:
Charles Cross
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 174, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.18, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 644 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 122, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 168
Charles Cross has 25 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1942, The New York TimesNo. 3
Across
1
Church for seamen. : BETHEL
7
Mountain in Thessaly. : OSSA
11
Malaysian boat with outrigger. : PROA
15
American admiral. : KIMMEL
21
Disinter. : EXHUME
22
Horse's foreheads. : CHANFRINS
24
Sharp corner in mining passage. : ARRAGE
25
Anchorite. : HERMIT
26
Groundhog day. : CANDLEMAS
27
Adhesives. : PASTES
28
Poem to be sung. : ODE
29
Tap monotonously. : THRUM
31
Hear ye! : OYES
32
Urchins. : IMPS
34
Art: Latin. : ARS
35
Anglo-Saxon coins. : ORAS
37
Norse goddess of healing. : EIR
38
Precisely. : EVEN
39
17 million square miles. : ASIA
40
Cream cheese. : BRIE
41
Stupid person. : FATHEAD
43
In any case. : EVER
44
Plays. : ACTS
45
Bellowing. : AROAR
46
Giver. : RENDERER
48
Primitive. : PRISTINE
50
Plagiarize. : STEAL
53
German field marshal. : LIST
54
Administered. : GAVE
55
13-line poem. : RONDEAU
59
Native of Moroccan city. : TANGERINE
61
Interfere for some end. : INTERVENE
63
"Love ___, trust a few."—Taming of the Shrew. : ALL
64
Refuse. : ORT
65
Finnish poem. : RUNE
66
The pintail. : SMEE
67
Hawaiian milkfish. : AUAS
68
Fiord on Zealand Island, Denmark. : ISSE
69
Division. : PARTING
71
Pith helmet for jungle fighters. : TOPI
72
Let it stand. : STET
73
Philippine children. : BATAS
74
Nostrils. : NARES
75
Women's garments. : CAMISOLES
77
Attain again. : REGET
78
Spirit lamps. : ETNAS
79
Sheath. : CASE
80
First women. : EVES
81
Botanical change. : PELORIA
83
She believed in maiden names. : LUCY
84
Forgotten. : LOST
85
Recognized. : KNEW
86
South African Dutch. : TAAL
87
Town in Northeastern Thailand. : NAN
88
"And drink of Adam's ___."—Prior. : ALE
89
Native of a Slavonic province. : RUTHENIAN
91
Constituent part. : COMPONENT
93
Hindu atheist. : NASTIKA
95
Beaut. : LULU
96
Indian corn. : SAMP
97
More serious. : WORSE
98
Positive affirmation. : AVERMENT
100
He thinks he can do business with Hitler. : APPEASER
102
First Englishman to sail around the globe. : DRAKE
105
Headland. : NESS
106
Woe! : ALAS
107
Accepted rules. : NORMALS
111
Talk incoherently. : RAVE
112
Junior ___. : MISS
113
Protuberances. : NUBS
114
"It was a mighty while ___."—Jonson. : AGO
115
Isles off Ireland. : ARAN
116
Salutation. : AVE
117
Rampart. : LINE
118
Magistrate of Genoa. : DOGE
119
Vulgarism. : SLANG
121
Japanese statesman, 1858–1934. : ITO
122
Our ally in Russia. : WINTER
124
Tell. : ENUMERATE
127
Instrument for obliterating. : ERASER
129
Machine. : ENGINE
130
American hero. : MACARTHUR
131
Strait between Isle of Wight and England. : SOLENT
132
Wavered. : REELED
133
Helped. : SPED
134
Tante. : AUNT
135
Turns. : TWISTS
Down
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That which benefits. : BEHOOF
2
Window recess. : EXEDRA
3
What the Axis is to U. S. : THREAT
4
Sound of an airplane motor. : HUM
5
Utter. : EMIT
6
Inducing oblivion. : LETHEAN
7
Happen. : OCCUR
8
Kind of battles we used to have. : SHAM
9
Tributary of the Vistula. : SAN
10
School town in Massachusetts. : ANDOVER
11
Trim and oil. : PREEN
12
Put new tires on these. : RIMS
13
S. A. linguistic stock. : ONA
14
Efforts to put men out on bases. : ASSISTS
15
Greek letter. : KAPPA
16
Cleopatra's maid. : IRAS
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Mistress. : MRS
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Seaport near Barcelona. : MATARO
19
Fountain nymph. : EGERIA
20
Inferior. : LESSER
23
Pilot. : FLYER
30
Perforating by machine-gun fire. : RIDDLING
33
Handle badly. : MISTREAT
36
Ragged piece. : SHRAG
38
Newt. : EVET
39
Turns into steel. : ACIERATES
40
Reared. : BRED
42
Places where congers are caught. : EELERIES
43
Gaelic. : ERSE
44
Tributary of the Rhone. : ARVE
45
Mrs. Lindbergh. : ANNE
47
One: German. : EINE
48
Top of the head. : PATE
49
Atoms plus electrons. : IONS
50
Discontinue. : STOP
51
Venomous arachnid. : TARANTULA
52
Charms. : ENTRANCES
54
German battleship. : GNEISENAU
56
New Yorker. : EASTERNER
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Residents of Strasbourg. : ALSATIANS
58
Mexican rubber trees. : ULES
60
Journeys. : RUNS
61
Body of armed Zulus. : IMPI
62
Helmet openings. : VUES
66
Portion. : SOME
68
Othello's "ancient." : IAGO
70
Ammunition holder. : TRAY
71
Insipid. : TASTELESS
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Destroyed. : SLEW
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Bull. : BELLOWER
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Small change. : CASH
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Furnace. : OVEN
77
Gather. : REAP
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Dash. : ELAN
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A drug, transposal of narcotin. : COTARNIN
81
Captured province in Luzon; capital Bacolor. : PAMPANGA
82
Put up one chip. : ANTE
84
Book of New Testament. : LUKE
85
Filibeg worn by Lady from Hell. : KILT
86
Volume. : TOME
89
Cleave. : RIVE
90
Domestic pigeons. : NUNS
91
Surpasses. : CAPS
92
Miss Shearer. : NORMA
94
Capture by force. : TAKE
96
Springs. : SPAS
99
It seems to me. : MESEEMS
100
Canadian province; capital, Edmonton. : ALBERTA
101
Most quickly. : SOONEST
102
Sliding receptacle. : DRAWER
103
Trench. : RAVINE
104
Vindicate. : AVENGE
106
Tool. : AUGER
108
Begins to act. : ARISES
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Unapparent. : LATENT
110
Contemptuous sounds. : SNORTS
112
Involved in trouble. : MIRED
113
Pasture seeker. : NOMAD
114
Warning lacking at Pearl Harbor. : ALERT
117
Smooth breathing. : LENE
118
Hitler's "merest utensil." : DUCE
119
Astound. : STUN
120
Wax. : GROW
123
"___ Eulenspiegel." : TIL
125
Be unprepared. : NAP
126
Persian gazel. : AHU
128
Oriental name. : ALI

Answer summary: 15 unique to this puzzle, 153 debuted here and reused later.

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