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New York Times, Monday, April 2, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { Q Y Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 652
Across
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Secretary of the Army. : PACE
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Large parrots, said to be sheep-killers. : KEAS
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Skits, dances, songs, etc. : REVUE
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Mountains of Kirghiz. : ALAI
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She eloped with Count Vronski. : ANNA
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Juan Domingo's most enthusiastic fan. : EVITA
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Office of the clergy. : PARSONDOM
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Miss Day, songstress. : DORIS
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Occupants of the Governor's Mansion at Pierre. : ANDERSONS
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Former chairman of Republican National Committee. : REECE
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___ East. : NEAR
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Kimono sash. : OBI
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Crewman. : OAR
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Native of Kabul. : AFGHAN
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Contemptuous grimace: Colloq. : SNOOT
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Stringed instrument of India. : SAROD
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The sailors' patron. : SAINTELMO
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Bird's crop. : CRAW
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Assembly halls. : AULAE
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Windy City landmark. : LOOP
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Object of Diogenes' search. : HONESTMAN
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President von Steiger's capital. : BERNE
42
Frequently seen roadside sign. : ROOMS
43
Resembling Jupiter. : JOVIAN
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Social bud. : DEB
47
Replaced by the O. P. S. : OPA
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Fruit dots. : SORI
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Sought re-election. : RERAN
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Radio character. : ROCHESTER
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Got up. : AROSE
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Brighten or shine. : IRRADIATE
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"Nothing could be ___ than to be in Carolina ... " : FINER
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Scene in "The Green Pastures." : EDEN
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Algerian port. : ORAN
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Where the King Ranch is. : TEXAS
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Implanted. : SOWN
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___ contendere. : NOLO
Down
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Head of the family. : PAPA
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Hollywood Ladd. : ALAN
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Boxing program. : CARD
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Head of SHAPE. : EISENHOWER
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Jayhawker. : KANSAN
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Where Saul visited the witch. : ENDOR
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Nameless writer. : ANON
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Mighty like a giant. : SAMSONIAN
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Communist-inspired fracas. : REDRIOT
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Reveler's cry. : EVOE
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Olive-green bird. : VIREO
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City on the Mohawk. : UTICA
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Soother. : EASER
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Mountain nymph. : OREAD
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Study hard: Slang. : BONE
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Author of "East River." : ASCH
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Gambling game. : FARO
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Mom's mom. : GRAN
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Dining halls in Spain. : SALAS
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Vidiot's delight. : TELEVISION
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Résumés. : SUMMARIES
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Animal called bashful Billy. : LORI
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___ Lisa. : MONA
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Not restricted to either amateurs or professionals. : OPEN
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At the summit. : ATOP
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Governor Murray's people. : SOONERS
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Tired of everything. : BORED
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The "Blue Danube" Strauss. : JOHANN
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The S. S. S.'s problem. : DRAFT
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Spooky. : EERIE
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Where N. Y. U. is. : BRONX
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Propeller. : SCREW
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Sailing the briny deep. : ASEA
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Order: Latin. : ORDO
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Rootstock eaten as poi. : TARO
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And elsewhere: Lat. : ETAL
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City on the Truckee. : RENO

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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