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NAMES AROUND THE WORLD

New York Times, Sunday, March 30, 1952

Author:
Ralph Anderson
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 65, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 575 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 136, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 26
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,015
Across
1. Commander's dicta. : ORDERS
7. Russian trade organization in the U. S. since 1924. : AMTORG
13. Nobel winner in medicine, 1951. : THEILER
20. James or Henry in "Master of Ballantrae." : DURRIE
21. Principal editorial. : LEADER
22. Bandit hero of a tragedy. : HERNANI
23. ___ terrible. : ENFANT
24. City on Rio Grande. : LAREDO
25. Miami, Sun Valley, etc. : RESORTS
26. Mr. Bevan. : NYE
27. Best-selling author of "Greatest" books. : OURSLER
29. Fulcrum for an oar. : THOLE
31. Sloths. : AIS
32. Debit: Ger. : SOLL
34. Heads: Humorous. : PATES
35. Jack's payment for the cow. : BEANS
36. Game. : DICE
37. Chou ___, of Red China. : ENLAI
39. Man's nickname. : TAD
40. Slangy surprise. : ZOWIE
41. The jury. : PANEL
42. Control. : STEER
44. Secondary. : MINOR
45. Arbor. : BOWER
46. Starter's signal. : GOAHEAD
49. Where Hankow is. : HUPEH
50. Assume. : TAKE
51. Turn inside out. : INVERT
52. Where Smith College is: Colloq. : HAMP
53. Shoe city of England. : LEICESTER
58. Looks askance. : LEERS
59. Striker in the British Army. : BATMAN
61. Cupid. : EROS
62. Eggs. : OVA
63. Badges. : PINS
64. Flood control necessity. : LEVEE
65. Ohio city. : AKRON
67. Condensing ring of a lamp. : CRIC
68. Food fish. : IDE
69. Creator of 22 Across. : HUGO
70. Sell. : RETAIL
72. Good motto for everyone. : THINK
73. T-men's problem. : NARCOTICS
76. Farm animal. : MULE
77. King Paul's land. : GREECE
78. Begin. : OPEN
79. Beauty spot near Naples. : CAPRI
81. Ben-Gurion's parliament. : KNESSET
82. Miss Paige of Broadway. : JANIS
84. Social class. : CASTE
85. Goethe's masterpiece. : FAUST
86. Cabbage plants. : COLES
87. One of the "Seven Dwarfs." : DOPEY
88. It ate Jack's malt. : RAT
89. Natives of Nis. : SERBS
93. Philippine troublemakers. : HUKS
94. He wrote "Sally in Our Alley." : CAREY
95. Summarize: Colloq. : RECAP
97. Gather. : REAP
98. Exclamation. : AHA
99. Rifle strap. : SLING
100. Divers. : SEVERAL
102. Statesman from Norway. : LIE
103. Island off the coast of Greece. : SALAMIS
105. Famous name in golf. : OUIMET
107. Morgan or LaFitte. : PIRATE
109. Learned: Rare. : TUITIVE
110. Adorn. : ATTIRE
111. Overjoyed. : ELATED
112. Arouses. : EXCITES
113. Sampled. : TASTED
114. Frenzied ones. : RAGERS
Down
1. Danish city. : ODENSE
2. Creator of "Guys and Dolls." : RUNYON
3. Tom Brown disliked him. : DRFELL
4. Time. : ERA
5. Money: Slang. : RINO
6. Arrangement. : SETUP
7. ___ team. : ALLSTAR
8. Pulverized. : MEALED
9. Weeds. : TARES
10. Stettin's river. : ODER
11. Oklahoma-Texas boundary river. : RED
12. East German Premier. : GROTEWOHL
13. Sovereignty. : THRONE
14. Follows closely. : HEELS
15. Gaelic. : ERSE
16. Daughter of Cadmus. : INO
17. Mrs. Durocher. : LARAINE
18. The spider, to the fly. : ENTICER
19. Common red currant. : RISSEL
28. Considered. : RATED
30. A figurative third of the fool's "lady fair." : HAIR
33. Cords. : LASHERS
35. See 30 down. : BONE
36. He made a Plan in 1923. : DAWES
38. Roman highways. : ITERS
40. Chief of the Chibchas: Var. : ZIPPA
41. Goes slowly. : POKES
43. What trenchermen do. : EAT
44. Buffoon. : MUMMER
45. Famous essayist. : BACON
46. He played "Emperor Jones." : GILPIN
47. Lake in N. Y. : ONEIDA
48. King's stableman. : AVENER
49. An emotion. : HATE
50. Where Innsbruck is. : TIROL
52. June of Broadway. : HAVOC
54. Ghostly. : EERIE
55. Conservatives. : TORIES
56. Make manifest. : EVINCE
57. Maureen Connolly has one. : RACKET
59. Set about. : BEGIN
60. Thoreau's subject. : NATURE
64. Music makers. : LUTES
66. Persian carpet. : KALI
67. Ambassador Bowles. : CHESTER
69. Pueblo Indians. : HOPIS
71. Meaningless. : EMPTY
72. Braid. : TRESS
74. Dunce caps. : CONES
75. On whose head lies the sins of others. : SCAPEGOAT
77. Wildebeest. : GNU
80. ___ Mayo, fictional "Cape Cod sleuth." : ASEY
81. Hindu dagger. : KATAR
82. 1951 Nobel Peace Prize winner. : JOUHAUX
83. Not acidic. : ALKALIC
84. Product of Iowa. : CORN
85. Describing diamonds. : FACETED
86. Pure in style. : CHASTE
87. Platforms. : DAISES
88. He rode April 18, 1775. : REVERE
90. Connect. : RELATE
91. Tormentor. : BAITER
92. M. p. h. : SPEEDS
94. Famous name in India. : CLIVE
95. Pay up. : REMIT
96. Wood product. : PAPER
99. In love: Colloq. : SMIT
100. Convenes. : SITS
101. Girl's name. : LILA
104. Panay native. : ATI
106. Miss Hagen. : UTA
108. See 30 down. : RAG

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 19 debuted here and reused later, 14 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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