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GLOBAL GLOSSARY

New York Times, Sunday, April 6, 1947

Author: Willard N. Jordan
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 172, Blocks: 79, Avg Word Len: 5.23, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 663 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 150, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 57
Willard N. Jordan has 39 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1947, The New York TimesNo. 269
Across Down
1. Muscovite. : RUSSIAN
8. Lovelace's name for Lucy Sacheverell. : LUCASTA
15. Where the Ob flows. : SIBERIA
22. Patron saint of the poor. : ANTHONY
23. Lingua franca among Semitic peoples. : ARAMAIC
24. Lasting from sunset to night. : EVELONG
25. She escaped Porsena by swimming the Tiber. : CLOELIA
26. Ripple. : WAVELET
27. Clown in All's Well That Ends Well. : LAVACHE
28. The Prince in Henry IV. : HAL
29. Bride of the Swan Knight. : ELSA
31. Swarm. : NEST
32. Britons ruled by Queen Boadicea. : ICENI
34. Squatter State: Abbr. : KAN
35. Prominent M. P. : EDEN
37. Out of bed. : ASTIR
39. The red cedar. : SAVIN
41. Wheat. : SPELT
43. Delaware Indian. : LENAPE
46. Trim. : PRUNE
48. Learned class of Gallic prophets. : VATES
50. Colorado Indians. : UTES
51. Author of Of Human Bondage. : MAUGHAM
53. Absence of diversity. : UNITY
55. Outside: Comb. form. : ECT
57. Surprise blow following affair thought ended. : AFTERCLAP
60. Penned. : WROTE
61. Most adroit. : NEATEST
65. For. : PRO
66. Synagogue. : SHUL
67. Citizen of N. Z. : MAORI
68. Violent. : TEMPESTY
69. Truman's secretary. : ROSS
71. Ex post facto. : RETROSEPCTIVE
74. Ideal wife of Cuchulainn. : EMER
75. Sacred shield of Romans. : ANCILE
77. Old Greek wine pitcher. : OLPE
78. Musical exercise. : ETUDE
80. Name meaning life. : EVE
81. Travel on ground or water: Aviation. : TAXI
82. Garfield's predecessor. : HAYES
84. Son of Zeus and Europa. : MINOS
86. Defiance. : DARE
88. Its symbol is Y. : YEN
89. Lake source of Blue Nile. : TSANA
91. Small New Zealand tree. : KARO
92. A "godchild" of the Soviet Union. : POLAND
94. Distinct part. : UNIT
96. Introductory steps. : PRELIMINARIES
101. Besides. : ALSO
102. General in Antony and Cleopatra. : CANIDIUS
104. Clowns. : MIMES
105. Sparkle. : SNAP
107. ___ Pedro, wooer of Hero. : DON
108. Needle-shaped. : ACIFORM
109. Painter of the Dance of the Cupids. : COROT
110. Glittering. : BRILLIANT
112. John Brown's nemesis. : LEE
113. Slayer of Siegfried. : HAGEN
114. Chief. : HEADMAN
115. Spring harvest in India. : RABI
118. False alarm. : SCARE
120. Popeye's sparring partner. : OLIVE
122. "All our swains commend her." : SYLVIA
126. Ancient name of Homs, Syria. : EMESA
128. Lists. : ARENA
130. Places of refuge. : ASYLA
132. Playground. : YARD
133. Disease of sheep. : GID
134. Relatively short period. : SPELL
136. Breach. : RENT
138. Heavy blow. : SLOG
141. Ruby. : RED
142. Penelope's father. : ICARIUS
144. Quito is its capital. : ECUADOR
147. Native of Hué. : ANAMITE
149. Lady jilted by Angelo in Measure for Measure. : MARIANA
150. Legendary daughter of King Locrine. : SABRINA
151. Arab state. : LEBANON
152. Mrs. Roosevelt's middle name. : ELEANOR
153. Candidate for '48. : STASSEN
154. Banba. : IRELAND
1. Mrs. Andrew Jackson. : RACHEL
2. Disburden. : UNLADE
3. Obtained by theft. : STOLEN
4. Pronoun. : SHE
5. Hercules won her in an archery contest. : IOLE
6. Indigo. : ANIL
7. Lake draining into Zambezi River. : NYASA
8. Mr. Wickfield's profession. : LAW
9. Source of atomic power. : URANIUM
10. Place where stalagmites. : CAVERN
11. Where Iowa State is. : AMES
12. Flavors. : SALTS
13. Bind together. : TIE
14. Revivify. : ACTIVATE
15. Goddess who loved Endymion. : SELENE
16. Father of Czar Feodor I. : IVAN
17. Knight who subdued the giant Ascopart. : BEVIS
18. Anything high-flown. : ELA
19. New type of plane. : ROCKET
20. Fill the lungs with air. : INHALE
21. Intelligencers. : AGENTS
30. Mineral pitch. : ASPHALT
33. Metropolis. : CITY
36. "A good ___ is better than riches."—Cervantes. : NAME
38. Light carriage. : TRAP
40. Ancestral. : AVITIC
42. Leather legging. : PUTTEE
44. Averages. : PARS
45. Card game. : EUCHRE
47. ETO. : EUROEE
49. Appeared. : SEEMED
52. Agglutinant. : GLUE
54. Estuary of Thames River. : NORP
56. Excel. : CAP
57. The People's party in Peru. : APRA
58. French Governor of Canada (1620–98). : FRONTENAC
59. Famous conductor. : TOSCANINI
60. Winged insects. : WASPS
61. Mole. : NEVUS
62. Gipsy dancer in Hugo's Notre Dame de Paris. : ESMERALDA
63. Author of Kidnapped, 1886. : STEVENSON
64. Port of ancient Phoenicia. : TYRE
67. Breakwater. : MOLE
68. A Croat nicknamed "Titler." : TITO
70. April ___, 1947. : SIX
72. Munificent. : ROYAL
73. Character. : TENOR
76. Lithuanian dime. : LIT
79. Former name of Tokyo. : EDO
82. Westcott's horse-trading banker. : HARUM
83. Once: Scot. : ANES
84. French impressionist, painter of Olympia. : MANET
85. She died with Cleopatra. : IRAS
87. Iranian Ambassador to U. S. : ALA
88. State flower of New Mexico: Var. : YUCA
90. Conical piles. : SPIRES
91. Garment utilizing an obi. : KIMONO
92. Book of the Old Testament. : PSALMS
93. Prohibition. : DONT
95. Georgian capital, on the Kura. : TIFLIS
97. Daughter of Cymbeline. : IMOGEN
98. Bog. : MIRE
99. Dutch painter (1824–1911). : ISRAELS
100. Lady Geraint. : ENID
103. Female hare. : DOE
106. Drama. : PLAY
109. Inconsiderate. : CARELESS
110. Assembly. : BEVY
111. Within. : INLY
113. Flaxen filaments. : HARL
114. Basic protein. : HISTONE
115. System of rule. : REGIME
116. Friendly. : AMICAL
117. Challenge repeatedly. : BEDARE
119. Husband of Cornelia, Pompeia and Calpurnia. : CAESAR
121. Former "Czar" of baseball. : LANDIS
123. Swift's poetical name for Miss Waring. : VARINA
124. Cromwell's son-in-law. : IRETON
125. B, in A + B. : ADDEND
127. One of 1,085,000,000 (est.). : ASIAN
129. Island off Venezuela. : ARUBA
131. Hypothetical men lacking speech. : ALALI
135. Peruvian silver city on Lake Titicaca. : PUNO
137. Forms fruiting spikes. : EARS
139. Great expert: Slang. : ONER
140. Nickname of Evangeline's sweetheart. : GABE
143. Creek. : RIA
145. Follower of Dick Whittington. : CAT
146. Spouse of Aegir. : RAN
148. ___ de mer. : MAL

Answer summary: 14 unique to this puzzle, 43 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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