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New York Times, Monday, March 10, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { J P Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 82, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 995
Across
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China's U. N. representative. : TSIANG
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Comes into view. : EMERGES
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Shepherd. : HERDER
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La Belle France, personified. : MARIANNE
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Lay waste. : RAVAGE
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Miscellaneous. : UNSORTED
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Information bureau of W. W. II. : OWI
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Cape at the south tip of Florida. : SABLE
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Dedicate to the wind. : STREW
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A Zola novel. : NANA
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Traffic noises. : TOOTS
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The "ox-eyed" goddess. : HERA
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Fabulous Lydian king, owner of a magic ring. : GYGES
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Forces out. : OUSTS
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Where Sabre meets Mig. : AIR
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Special talents. : GIFTS
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Refreshed. : RESTED
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Thespian's art. : MIMICRY
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Unsubmissive idealists. : MARTYRS
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Bargain from Russia, 1867. : ALASKA
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Miss Thompson of "Rain." : SADIE
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He wrote "My Shadow." : RLS
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Outer bark of the cork oak. : SUBER
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Replacement for M. Pleven. : FAURE
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Source of ivory. : TUSK
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Draw off. : DRAIN
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Abd-el ___, Riff leader in Morocco. : KRIM
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He couldn't tell Jacob from Esau. : ISAAC
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A jockey wears his colors. : OWNER
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Pre-poodle haircut. : BOB
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Chopin's Opus 27, for instance. : NOCTURNE
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Money back. : REBATE
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Go against the grain. : IRRITATE
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More peacocky. : VAINER
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Frothed in ferment. : YEASTED
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False accusers of Susanna. : ELDERS
Down
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Subway load, at rush hour. : THRONG
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Joint U. S.-Canadian project for the St. Lawrence. : SEAWAY
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Creator of a famous Ichabod. : IRVING
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Democratic action group. : ADA
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Films for developing: Abbr. : NEGS
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A word for Alexander. : GREAT
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Desirous of equaling others. : EMULOUS
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French impressionist paintings. : MANETS
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Stumbling syllables. : ERS
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Former President of Chile. : RIOS
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Open court enclosed by a cloister. : GARTH
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Supplication. : ENTREATY
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More mocking. : SNEERIER
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"Greatest intellect" of pre-Revolutionary America. : EDWARDS
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Swag. : BOOTY
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Sponsorship. : AEGIS
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Singing strings. : STRAD
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Sets a dog upon: Slang. : SICKS
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Finishing stroke on type. : SERIF
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Sharp practice. : FRAUD
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Sizzling platter item. : STEAK
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Companion of the canapes. : MARTINI
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Tending to deceive. : ILLUSORY
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Slaughter. : MASSACRE
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Well-known contemporary watercolorist. : MARIN
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Phenomenon of the Sargasso. : SEAWEED
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Sister act of genius. : BRONTE
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Smoothly polite. : URBANE
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Uncouth reveler. : RIOTER
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Fire when fading. : EMBERS
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Egyptian village near the Suez Canal. : KATIA
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Impertinent assurance: Slang. : NERVE
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Unkind blows. : CUTS
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A kind of estate. : REAL
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A kind of trap. : RAT
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Command. : BID

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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