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New York Times, Wednesday, May 14, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.78, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 309 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 5, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,060

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Students & seniors
Across
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Natives of the Kola Peninsula. : LAPPS
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Relative position. : RANK
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Colloquial potato. : SPUD
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Central rooms in Roman dwellings. : ATRIA
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To me: French. : AMOI
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A bow: Comb. form. : ARCO
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Time to be up and doing. : THEELEVENTHHOUR
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Cowpoke's critter. : HOSS
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Beach where the Dodgers took spring training. : VERO
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Range of the Rockies in Utah. : UINTA
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Business abbreviation. : EST
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___, vidi, vici. : VENI
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Oxlike animal with a shoulder hump. : ZEBU
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Recent discovery in Venezuela. : IRON
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___ Addams, cartoonist. : CHAS
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Bad news on a check: Abbr. : NSF
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Printer's sign . : INDEX
35
Follower of Pan. : FAUN
36
Court records. : ACTA
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Top ___. : SOIL
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Girl's name. : FANNY
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Teller of fish stories. : LIAR
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Entreats. : BEGS
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Man's name. : ERIK
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Something spread by Paul Revere. : ALARM
43
Hobnobber with forty thieves. : ALI
44
Mother of Don Juan. : INEZ
45
Twelve or thirteen tricks. : SLAM
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Headgear for well-dressed artists. : TAMS
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Jezebel's husband. : AHAB
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Letter. : ESS
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Miss Barrymore. : DIANA
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Where Zeno taught. : STOA
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Oppositionist. : ANTI
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Combines with a silver-white element: Chemistry. : ANTIMONIURETTED
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Bagpiper. : SCOT
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Impecunious. : POOR
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Franklin designed one. : STOVE
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___-kiri. : HARA
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Grain beards. : AWNS
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Assuages. : EASES
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Turning machines. : LATHE
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One of the Musketeers. : ATHOS
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Thurston or Mulholland. : PRESTIDIGITATOR
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Washington ___. : PIES
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Maglie of the Giants. : SAL
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Poe's ill-omen. : RAVEN
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The instilling of democratic ideals. : AMERICANIZATION
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Admonishment for Dennis the Menace. : NONO
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Miss Cornell. : KIT
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European's title in India. : SAHIB
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Manifestoes. : PRONUNCIAMENTOS
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Slice in the shape of a certain letter. : UCUT
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Dickens character. : DORA
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Neck and neck. : EVEN
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Tints. : HUES
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___ humana, an organ stop. : VOX
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Buffoon. : ZANY
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In-laws: Abbr. : RELS
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A large piece: Colloq. : HUNK
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Printer's mark *. : STAR
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Old MacDonald had one. : FARM
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Log hut in Siberia. : ISBA
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French yuletide. : NOEL
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The cost of getting around. : FARE
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Actress Nazimova. : ALLA
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Region near The Wash, in eastern England. : FENS
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Priest's robe. : ALB
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Mosque officer. : IMAM
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Industrial region of Europe. : SAAR
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Miss Loos. : ANITA
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Second word of "The Rosary." : HOURS
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The famous Mr. Brodie. : STEVE
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Aligns oneself. : SIDES
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Hyphen. : DASH
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Empire in Prescott's "History of the Conquest of Peru." : INCA
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White blossoms: Poetic. : SNOW
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___ boy! : ATTA
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Wartime agency. : OPA
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Ship's course, New York to Morocco. : ESE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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