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New York Times, Saturday, May 10, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 312 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,056
Across Down
1. Bois de Boulogne is one. : PARC
5. Steep slope. : SCARP
10. Household budgets: Abbr. : ACCS
14. Matinee or fallen. : IDOL
15. Arabic name of the Supreme Being. : ALLAH
16. Husband: French. : MARI
17. Moroccan site of famed meeting. : CASABLANCA
19. Of heroic character. : EPIC
20. Synonym for the Soviet. : KREMLIN
21. He knew the magic words. : ALIBABA
23. Allen Sprowl's concern. : BANKS
25. Near Easterner. : ARAB
26. Building front. : FACADE
29. It mean "You're fired!" : PINKSLIP
33. First word of a morning hymn. : AWAKE
34. Miss Colbert wears them. : BANGS
35. Famous Indiana author. : ADE
36. Popular receptacle in Spring. : VASE
37. A nickname for N. Y. C.'s Mayor. : VINCE
38. Part of the lap. : KNEE
39. ___ et labora. : ORA
40. Remarque's middle name. : MARIA
41. Goldsmith's Dr. Primrose. : VICAR
42. Starts from the bottom again. : REBUILDS
44. Plants yielding fiber for rope, carpets, etc. : SISALS
45. A silent movie personality. : INCE
46. Town, City, Borough. : HALLS
48. Loud-mouthed. : BLATANT
51. Enlarged upon. : DILATED
55. Indian princess. : RANI
56. Rio's beach resort. : COPACABANA
58. Formerly. : ONCE
59. Metaphor. : IMAGE
60. Feline character in a Shaw play. : LION
61. Unerring. : DEAD
62. Daisy Mae's spouse. : ABNER
63. Wagner heroine. : ELSA
1. Miner's tool. : PICK
2. Hebrew month. : ADAR
3. Floral symbol of the District of Columbia. : ROSE
4. New England-type outing, often political. : CLAMBAKE
5. Salty. : SALINE
6. Sound of metal on metal. : CLANK
7. English river. : ALN
8. Fool: A Biblical word. : RACA
9. A bone of the finger or toe. : PHALANGE
10. One-celled animals. : AMEBAS
11. Late great Cuban chessplayer. : CAPABLANCA
12. Where to keep corn. : CRIB
13. Vittorio De ___ of "Miracle in Milan" fame. : SICA
18. Well-known Toledo newspaper. : BLADE
22. Annoys. : IRKS
24. Popular language course. : SPANISH
26. Friendly gesture. : FAVOR
27. Cognizant. : AWARE
28. The boy who stood on the burning deck. : CASABIANCA
30. Onetime ruler in Cuzco. : INCA
31. Just about perfect. : IDEAL
32. Viscounts. : PEERS
34. Swallow. : BIRD
37. City celebrated in song in the 20's. : VALENCIA
38. The Blarney Stone is. : KISSABLE
40. Mineral that separates into thin sheets. : MICA
41. Riviera-type dwelling. : VILLA
43. Loosened. : UNTIED
44. Bakery shop machine. : SLICER
47. "Silence is golden," for instance. : ADAGE
48. Mr. Crawford. : BROD
49. Part of broad highway. : LANE
50. Riverside Drive landmark. : TOMB
52. Setter's flag. : TAIL
53. Baseball's Slaughter. : ENOS
54. Hollywood's Andrews. : DANA
57. Spider. : PAN

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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