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Lou Sabin
Lou Sabin

New York Times, Wednesday, March 21, 1956

29-Across : Girl's name meaning "bee."

Author:
Louis Sabin
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { B J Q X }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Lou Sabin has 108 pre-Shortz puzzles and 29 Shortz Era crosswords in our database.
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© 1956, The New York TimesNo. 2,458
Across
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Little Eva. : EVITA
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Dollar bill: Slang. : ONER
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"A ___ for Cinderella." : KISS
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One-time Russian policy formulator. : LENIN
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18th-century poet. : POPE
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Part of N. B. : NOTA
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Where Tutuila is. : SAMOA
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Tel ___. : AVIV
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Printer's type: Abbr. : ITAL
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Half-and-half ingredient. : ALE
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Tennyson poem (with "The"). : PALACEOFART
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Track get-togethers. : MEETS
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Mr. Harriman, to his friends. : AVE
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Richard III's last words. : AHORSE
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Girl's name meaning "bee." : MELISSA
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Least good. : WORST
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Obtained coal residue. : COKED
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Labor organization: Abbr. : ILO
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Landed. : ALIT
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Troubled. : AILED
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Farm sound. : CROW
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Affirmative vote. : YEA
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Group of eight. : OCTAD
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Autocrat. : MOGUL
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Cover over thickly. : SMOTHER
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Desert wanderers. : NOMADS
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102. : CII
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Pertaining to time. : HORAL
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Tennyson poem (with "The"). : LOTUSEATERS
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Mountain. : ALP
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Suffix in chemistry. : ENOL
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Small bottle. : VIAL
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Well-known first name in theatre. : ETHEL
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Frank L. Baum character. : OZMA
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Therefore: Archaic. : ERGO
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Climbing plant. : LIANA
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Poetic "never." : NEER
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Method or order: Abbr. : SYST
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City on the Meuse. : SEDAN
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"Wedding March" bride. : ELSA
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Meat. : VEAL
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Tennyson's elegy to A. H. Hallam. : INMEMORIAM
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Spanish uncle. : TIO
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Poetic measure. : ANAPEST
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Iridescent gems. : OPALS
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___ Scotia. : NOVA
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"Beowulf," for example. : EPIC
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Displayed. : REVEALED
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Slices. : KNIFES
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Trifling amount. : IOTA
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"Sunset and evening ___." : STAR
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Table staple. : SALT
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Supped. : ATE
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Roman poet. : OVID
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Formerly: Archaic. : ERST
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Gone. : AWAY
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Burrows. : HOLES
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Tooth. : MOLAR
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Supplemented (with "out"), : EKED
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Tennyson poem. : SIRGALAHAD
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Above a whisper. : ALOUD
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Quote. : CITE
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Night ___. : OWLS
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Accomplishes. : ACHIEVES
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Cluster of bracts, as on a pineapple. : COMA
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Colonial orator and patriot. : OTIS
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Crumbs. : MORSELS
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Pertaining to sight. : OCULAR
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And not. : NOR
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Slave or serf. : HELOT
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City of Spain. : LEON
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Eleven: Fr. : ONZE
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Volume. : TOME
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Light as a feather. : AIRY
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Labels. : TAGS
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River in RSFSR. : LENA
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Schedule. : PLAN
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Common hockey score. : TIE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later.

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