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New York Times, Thursday, March 5, 1953

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27, Avg Word Len: 5.66, Missing: { H J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 94, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,355
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1. Former Premier of Greece. : PAPAGOS
8. Turkey’s first President, 1923. : ATATURK
15. Not frank. : EVASIVE
16. Office seeker. : NOMINEE
17. Smaller toward the end. : TAPERED
18. Type of sprinkler system. : DRYPIPE
19. Before. : ERE
20. Unity. : ONENESS
22. A thickness of leather on a shoe heel. : TAP
23. Slough. : MIRE
25. Ustinov role in “Quo Vadis.” : NERO
26. Half gainer. : DIVE
27. Makes sour. : ACERBATES
30. Former Governor of Massachusetts. : DEVER
31. Orange flower oil. : NEROLI
32. General stupidity: Slang. : DOPINESS
34. Arizona river, site of Roosevelt Dam. : SALT
36. Dexterous. : NEAT
37. American sculptor (1883–1952). : DAVIDSON
41. Egyptian jackal-headed god. : ANUBIS
45. Pupil: French. : ELEVE
46. Work of the carriers on safari. : PORTERAGE
48. Diminish. : BATE
49. Showing talent. : ABLE
50. City in Sicily. : ENNA
51. Soul: French. : AME
52. Kilimanjaro is ___ highest peak. : AFRICAS
55. Obscure. : DIM
56. Texas locale of the longest novel. : SIRONIA
58. Hurried: Music. : AGITATO
60. Ends of pencils. : ERASERS
61. Porcelain city in France. : LIMOGES
62. U. S. Vice Presidents are their presidents. : SENATES
63. Drooping ears of rabbits. : LOPPERS
1. Nitroglycerin expert: Slang. : PETEMAN
2. Miser’s sin. : AVARICE
3. Passer of counterfeit money: Slang. : PAPERER
4. New York stock market: Abbr. : ASE
5. Type of airplane: Var. : GIRO
6. Gobbler’s destination. : OVEN
7. In a sitting posture, as a statue. : SEDENT
8. Star of “John Brown’s Body.” : ANDERSON
9. Trunk. : TORSO
10. Miss March and others. : AMYS
11. Small ostrich plume. : TIP
12. Productive of harmony. : UNITIVE
13. Mends the roadway. : REPAVES
14. Zoo attendants. : KEEPERS
21. Necessity. : NEED
24. Tending to wear away. : EROSIVE
26. Expensive bridgework. : DENTURE
28. Part of an ice skate. : BLADE
29. Is not up to par. : AILS
30. Girl’s name. : DIANE
33. Fuel from the bogs. : PEAT
35. High officialdom. : TOPBRASS
37. Reduces in value, as currency. : DEBASES
38. Aretino’s high note. : ALAMIRE
39. American Legionnaire. : VETERAN
40. ___ me tangere (touch me not): Latin. : NOLI
42. First Aid item. : BANDAGE
43. Firebrand. : IGNITER
44. Red alga with gracefully elaborate fronds. : SEAMOSS
47. Summon to return. : RECALL
49. Showing great excitement. : AFIRE
52. Dillseed. : ANET
53. A premium on money in exchange. : AGIO
54. Relative of a nincompoop. : SIMP
57. Girl’s name. : OSA
59. Rise above. : TOP

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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