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New York Times, Friday, March 2, 1951

Author: Elizabeth Patterson
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { B J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 92, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 621
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1. Truman's foreign policy adviser. : DULLES
7. Premier De ___ of Italy. : GASPERI
14. American dramatist. : ONEILL
15. Locale of world's largest airfield. : IDLEWILD
17. Inefficiently. : LAMELY
18. The "Little Flower." : FIORELLO
19. Radio commercials. : PLUGS
20. Virginia willow. : ITEA
21. Speak indistinctly. : SLUR
22. Engage. : HIRE
23. Being three in one. : TRIUNE
25. River in Germany. : EMS
26. He heads allied armies. : IKE
27. Sharp ends of masons' hammers. : PEENS
28. One mentioned in a military dispatch. : CITEE
30. Very young child. : NESTLING
32. Most stylish: Slang. : FLOSSY
33. Famous college patron. : YALE
34. Capital of China's Shensi Province. : SIAN
35. Puts into action. : STARTS
38. Creator of Hercule Poirot. : CHRISTIE
42. French landscape painter. : COROT
43. Shout of approval. : CHEER
44. Physician's association. : AMA
45. Possesses. : HAS
46. Repeats another's words. : ECHOES
48. Sports prizes. : CUPS
49. Impression. : IDEA
51. Rested. : LAIN
52. Ancient drink of honey flavored with mulberries. : MORAT
53. Author of "The Jungle." : SINCLAIR
55. Overwhelming maternal affection. : MOMISM
56. Coffee shop's opposite. : TEAHOUSE
57. La ___, Argentine newspaper. : PRENSA
58. Transported during winter. : SLEDDED
59. Lining fabric. : SATEEN
1. Porpoise. : DOLPHIN
2. Dissimilar. : UNALIKE
3. Roman nocturnal spirits. : LEMURES
4. Belgian city on the Meuse. : LIEGE
5. House additions. : ELLS
6. The tinker in "Taming of the Shrew." : SLY
7. Endowing with talent. : GIFTING
8. Leave-takings. : ADIEUS
9. Chairman of the Metropolitan Opera Association. : SLOAN
10. ___ capita. : PER
11. Sheep. : EWES
12. Tiny streams. : RILLETS
13. Makes brilliant. : ILLUMES
16. Popular dance-band leader. : DORSEY
20. Girl in the "Goodnight" song. : IRENE
23. Linden trees. : TEILS
24. Fancy dessert. : ECLAIR
27. River of Nebraska. : PLATTE
29. Atomic particles. : IONS
31. Beginner. : TYRO
32. What buffs delight in. : FIRES
34. Author of "Peace of Soul." : SHEEN
35. Kind of crystalline rock. : SCHIST
36. Flatterers. : TOADIES
37. Place for stockpiling ammunition. : ARSENAL
38. Sang in concert. : CHOIRED
39. Bull-like. : TAURINE
40. Position from which there is no escape. : IMPASSE
41. Inventor in photography. : EASTMAN
43. ___ longue. : CHAISE
47. Man's name. : CLAUD
48. One of St. Nick's reindeer. : COMET
50. Heartbreak feeling. : ACHE
52. Delay, in Roman law. : MORA
54. Danish weight. : LOD
55. Military police. : MPS

Answer summary: 12 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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