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New York Times, Thursday, April 26, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { K Q W X }, Scrabble score: 297 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 0, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 19
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 676
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1. Goddess who could make the aged young again. : HEBE
5. A kind of book. : SCRAP
10. G men: Slang. : FEDS
14. The E in Q.E.D. : ERAT
15. Miss Bordoni. : IRENE
16. Ben Adhem of Leight Hunt's poem. : ABOU
17. Subject of Congressional debate. : EIGHTEENYEAROLD
20. Merited. : DESERVED
21. Factories. : PLANTS
22. Regretted. : RUED
23. Send forth, as fragrance or light. : SHED
24. Science that deals with vision and light. : OPTICS
27. American century plant. : ALOE
28. Compass point. : SSE
31. What they did to prices Jan. 26. : FROZE
32. Iridescent gem. : OPAL
33. Samoan capital and seaport. : APIA
34. Quality of prescience. : FORESIGHTEDNESS
37. General Bradley. : OMAR
38. Former Brazilian money of account. : REIS
39. Brilliance of success. : ECLAT
40. Nehemiah: Abbr. : NEH
41. G.I.'s. : JOES
42. Sniffs. : SMELLS
43. Supplies with troops. : MANS
44. Genus of poison ivy. : RHUS
45. Not celebrated in verse. : UNSUNG
48. Orchardist's asset. : PEARTREE
52. Twilight of the gods. : GOTTERDAMMERUNG
54. His statue is in City Hall Park, New York. : HALE
55. Eagle's nest. : AERIE
56. Mrs. Leonowens of Siam. : ANNA
57. Wearing shoes. : SHOD
58. Irish poet, Nobel Prize winner, 1923. : YEATS
59. Avoided by Mrs. Sprat. : LEAN
1. Careful attention. : HEED
2. City in Pennsylvania. : ERIE
3. The bases on the diamond. : BAGS
4. Anesthetizer. : ETHERIZER
5. Kitchen gadgets. : SIEVES
6. System of belief. : CREED
7. Sunder. : REND
8. Some. : ANY
9. One way of seeing a baseball game. : PEEPHOLE
10. Electrical unit. : FARAD
11. Black. : EBON
12. Blockhead. : DOLT
13. Airy vision in the washing machine. : SUDS
18. Armistices. : TRUCES
19. Away from the wind. : ALEE
23. Nickname for a thin man. : SLATS
24. Signs found on a light switch. : OFFON
25. City in Lower Burma. : PROME
26. Part of the Hebrew Bible. : TORAH
27. Plant-sucking insect. : APHIS
28. Incantation. : SPELL
29. Fiber used in making rope. : SISAL
30. The Near and the Far. : EASTS
32. Double curves: Architecture. : OGEES
33. Pertaining to progenitors. : ANCESTRAL
35. A color. : IRONGRAY
36. Prim. : DEMURE
41. Miss Wyman. : JANE
42. Humiliates. : SHAMES
43. Muffled. : MUTED
44. Pardon, as sin. : REMIT
45. Exclamations of disgust. : UGHS
46. Famous flood survivor. : NOAH
47. City of northwest France, battleground of 1944. : STLO
48. Asunción is its capital: Abbr. : PARA
49. Song or verse: Poet. : RUNE
50. City in central Sicily. : ENNA
51. American writer and diplomat (1837–1924). : EGAN
53. Aberdeen's river. : DEE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 17 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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