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Harold T. Bers
Harold T. Bers

STREET SCENE

New York Times, Sunday, April 12, 1953

Author: Harold T. Bers
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 63, Avg Word Len: 5.56, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 555 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 144, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 28
Harold T. Bers has 138 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,393
Across Down
1. Boulevard in Madrid. : PRADO
6. Encouraged. : CHEERED
13. Important street in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Newark. : MARKET
19. Tail fin. : CAUDAL
20. Sacred radiance. : AUREOLE
21. Top end of Champs-Elysées. : ETOILE
22. It's roughly the center of Berlin. : UNTERDENLINDEN
24. Aspirin. : TABLET
25. The "woodpile." : BATS
26. Streeets without beginning or end. : OVALS
27. Rodents. : VOLES
29. Cousin of pooh. : BAH
30. Uncle: Dial. : EME
31. Banish. : EXILE
32. ___ rights. : STATES
34. Subject of Frederik IX. : DANE
35. Viña Delmar novel, 1928. : BADGIRL
37. Birds. : RATITES
39. Caballero. : SENOR
40. Statue in Picadilly Circus. : EROS
41. Narrow ways. : LANES
42. Chicken salad ingredient. : CAPERS
43. It served as a roadway for the Hebrews. : REDSEA
46. Signs of spring. : ROBINS
48. Arm bone. : ULNA
49. Pronoun. : OURS
50. Regular food list. : DIETARY
52. Down-and-outers' streets. : SKIDROWS
56. Go fast. : SCOOT
58. Birds. : SWANS
59. Atlanta's famous street. : PEACHTREE
60. Labor agency. : ILO
61. Hourly. : HORARY
63. Cardinal pitcher. : PRESKO
64. Military transport services. : ATS
65. Song that mentions Piccadilly, Leicester Sq. : TIPPERARY
67. A street of the blues. : BEALE
68. Tokyo's Broadway. : GINZA
70. Condensed and held on a surface. : ADSORBED
71. Sauciest. : PERTEST
73. Broadway: "The Main ___." : STEM
74. Sound of a banshee. : WAIL
75. Composed in Bach form. : FUGUED
76. Isolate. : ENISLE
78. Agree. : ASSENT
81. Bulrushes. : TULES
82. Mañana. : ANON
83. Group of notes. : CHORD
84. Part of Hopalong's gear. : HOLSTER
86. Get cosy. : SNUGGLE
90. They play at Wrigley Field. : CUBS
91. They're worn on Easy Street. : SABLES
92. Vilma and Buddy of the stage. : EBSEN
94. Capek play. : RUR
95. Important British order. : OBE
96. Unleash, as water. : UNDAM
97. Whose population is half the earth's? : ASIAS
98. Well, good: Lat. : BENE
99. South American shawl. : SERAPE
101. It runs from Piccadilly to Leicester Sq. : COVENTRYSTREET
105. Hollywood's Claire ___. : TREVOR
106. Wooed. : COURTED
107. Ousts. : EVICTS
108. It runs parallel to the Thames. : STRAND
109. Singularity. : ONENESS
110. Former diva. : EAMES
1. Hat. : PANAMA
2. Condition of dirt roads. : RUTTED
3. Fruit drinks. : ADES
4. Women's patriotic group. : DAR
5. Romantic thoroughfare Bing sang about. : OLDOXROAD
6. New Orleans' great, wide street. : CANAL
7. Kitchen gadget. : HULLER
8. Sister of Ares. : ERIS
9. Even: Poet. : EEN
10. Staff. : ROD
11. Puts in high spirits. : ELEVATES
12. Is a sign of. : DENOTES
13. Doles out. : METES
14. Indonesians. : ATAS
15. Pilfer. : ROB
16. Featherweight champ, 1912–23. : KILBANE
17. Famous queen. : ELEANOR
18. Confines with a rope. : TETHERS
19. Medicated cigarette. : CUBEB
23. Corruptions. : EVILS
28. Article: Fr. : LES
31. Where Lough Swilly is. : EIRE
32. Subway appurtenances. : STAIRS
33. Metallic in sound. : TINNY
34. Go. : DEPART
36. Plaster of Paris. : GESSO
38. ___ Post Road. : ALBANY
39. He works under rivers. : SANDHOG
42. Succeed on B'way. : CLICK
43. Spanish girl's name. : ROSITA
44. Cleveland's main avenue. : EUCLID
45. Flags. : DROOPS
46. Prize. : REWARD
47. An eared seal. : OTARY
48. Edicts. : UKASES
51. It has split with Russia. : ISRAEL
52. Closed the eyes. : SEELED
53. Praying figures. : ORANTS
54. County in W. Va. : WETZEL
55. Tropical plant. : SESAME
57. Richest gold field in the world. : THERAND
59. Jabber. : PRATE
62. Scope of activity. : ORBIT
63. Read. : PERUSE
66. Model man. : POWERS
67. Gives rise to. : BEGETS
69. "Of Thee ___." : ISING
71. Beat. : PULSE
72. A Washington avenue. : TENNESSEE
75. Twelve nights in 1953. : FULLMOON
77. Street, for instance. : NOUN
78. Addresses. : ACCOSTS
79. Unofficial New York alley off Times Sq. : SHUBERT
80. More serious. : SOBERER
81. Long-run "Road." : TOBACCO
82. Evaluate. : ASSAY
84. Obtained. : HAD
85. Remnants: Fr. : RESTES
87. Where the Pindus range is. : GREECE
88. Crescents. : LUNETS
89. ___ Yisrael. : ERETS
91. Charlie McCarthy's colleague. : SNERD
93. Small eaters. : BIRDS
96. Atop. : UPON
97. Chip in. : ANTE
98. Flange. : BRIM
100. Friend of Lana. : AVA
102. Sight: Fr. : VUE
103. Bird. : ERN
104. System of dams. : TVA

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