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NAMES IN THE NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, May 21, 1944

Author: Elizabeth Patterson
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 172, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 636 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 153, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 85
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© 1944, The New York TimesNo. 119
Across Down
1. Invaded Axis satellite. : RUMANIA
8. Country on invasion coast. : HOLLAND
15. Invaded Baltic state. : ESTONIA
22. A caustic. : ERODENT
23. Receiver of transferred property. : ALIENEE
24. Anchoring. : MOORING
25. Helmet-shaped. : GALEATE
26. It entered the Union in 1889. : MONTANA
27. Whisper softly. : BREATHE
28. Tree yielding caucho. : ULE
29. Goddess of Kilauea, Hawaiian volcano. : PELE
31. Furrow. : RUT
32. Governor General of Bahamas. : EDWARD
34. Electrical unit. : REL
35. German general. : LIST
37. Steeps. : RETS
39. Indian of New Mexico. : SIA
41. Circumspect. : WARY
42. Isolated country. : EIRE
43. Athenian. : ATTIC
45. Brother of Abel. : SETH
47. Cobblers: Rare. : SUTORS
49. Opponents. : ANTIS
50. Idler. : RESTER
52. Stoutly booted. : ROUGHSHOD
54. Fastens firmly. : RIVETS
55. Summary prefixed to law report. : HEADNOTE
57. One of Lincoln's sons. : TAD
58. Compassion. : PITY
59. Of the Chinese people. : CELESTIAL
62. The Apostle of Rome. : NERI
64. Former Nazi deputy leader. : HESS
65. Col. Oveta Culp Hobby. : WAC
68. Three-banded armadillo. : APAR
69. Clapping of hands to music. : TAL
70. Along with: Prefix. : META
71. Native of Istanbul. : TURK
72. Cape at S E point of Newfoundland. : RACE
73. Italian title. : SER
74. Russian. : RED
75. Type of atoll composition. : CORALLINE
77. Tallinn, to the Russians. : REVEL
78. Italian title. : SIGNORE
80. Tongue spoken by Christ. : ARAMAIC
81. Artlessness. : NAIVETE
83. Daughter of Zeus and Themis. : IRENE
84. Maxims. : MORALISMS
86. Enemy in the Pacific. : NIP
87. "___ and his Friends," 1858 dog story. : RAB
88. Part of a bomber. : NOSE
89. Sweetheart. : GIRL
90. Fresh-water dolphin. : INIA
91. ___ Arthur Tedder. : SIR
92. Nerve network. : RETE
93. Col. Donovan's bureau. : OSS
94. "Knee-deep in ___."—James Whitcomb Riley. : JUNE
95. In deep waters. : ASEA
96. Rushes in panic. : STAMPEDES
98. Throe. : PANG
99. Hesitant sounds. : ERS
100. Town in Lower Volga region. : NIKOLAEV
102. William Lyon ___. : PHELPS
105. Famous Devonshire town. : AXMINSTER
107. Wanted. : NEEDED
111. Variety show. : REVUE
112. Symbol of life. : PLASMA
113. Deep drink. : SWIG
115. Velvet-like fabric. : PANNE
116. Place of first Olympics. : ELIS
117. Decorous. : PRIM
118. Address following Toronto. : ONT
120. Membership. : SEAT
122. Beds: French. : LITS
123. Part of Pacific where Hawaii is. : MID
124. Godlike. : DEIFIC
126. Point. : NIB
128. Landtag. : DIET
130. Sooner than. : ERE
131. Atlantic stronghold. : ICELAND
133. Observed. : NOTICED
136. Cavalry soldier. : TROOPER
138. Tuneful sound. : SONANCE
139. Arise. : EMANATE
140. Take by way of levy: Law. : ESTREAT
141. Main dishes. : ENTREES
142. First name of Pacific commander. : DOUGLAS
143. Goes. : RESORTS
1. Member of standing army. : REGULAR
2. Amphibole found in Russian mountains. : URALITE
3. Disturbs. : MOLESTS
4. "Fables in Slang" author. : ADE
5. Lowest tide. : NEAP
6. Inhume. : INTER
7. Spider monkey genus. : ATELES
8. Point-free food. : HAM
9. Genus of whistling swan. : OLOR
10. Name meaning flaxen-haired. : LINUS
11. Baltic tongue. : LETTISH
12. Anecdote collection. : ANA
13. Hawaiian goose. : NENE
14. Anything not useful. : DEADWOOD
15. Blocks up. : EMBARS
16. Exclamation of polite regret. : SORRY
17. Driven obliquely. : TOED
18. Pray: Latin. : ORA
19. Salt of nitrous acid. : NITRITE
20. Acquire by descent. : INHERIT
21. Unending. : AGELESS
30. Unending. : ETERNAL
33. Montgomery ___. : WARD
36. Collector of tenth part. : TITHER
38. Hassock. : STOOL
40. Natives of Central Pacific lands, collectively. : AUSTRALASIANS
42. Begrudge. : ENVY
44. Fair report-card marks. : CEES
46. Nissen structure. : HUT
48. Jap-dominated kingdom. : THAI
49. River islets. : AITS
51. Pest exterminator. : RATTER
53. Title of Allied leader. : GENERALISSIMO
54. Danger. : RISK
56. Crowning. : DIADEMING
58. Never-failing. : PERENNIAL
59. Bitterly contested city. : CASSINO
60. Pyrrhus united this ancient country. : EPEIROS
61. Liberal giving. : LARGESS
63. Cotton fabric. : ETAMINE
64. Boche. : HUN
65. Vacillated. : WAVERED
66. Acetic acid salt. : ACETATE
67. Island east of Borneo. : CELEBES
70. Delay: Law. : MORA
71. Spasms. : TICS
72. Propeller turn. : REV
74. Small deer. : ROE
75. Lt. Gen. ___ Spaatz. : CARL
76. Where President Prado resides. : LIMA
77. ___ cord. : RIP
79. Opposite SSW. : NNE
82. Flier. : AIRMAN
85. Small Swedish coin. : ORE
89. War matériel. : GUNS
91. Historic. : STORIED
92. Disclose. : REVEAL
94. Trick. : JAPE
95. War necessities. : ARMS
96. Slants. : SKEWS
97. Emerge cautiously. : PEEP
98. Positive. : PLUS
99. Scanned. : EXAMINED
101. Pronoun. : ITS
102. Set forth beforehand. : PREMISE
103. Apollo's supposed residence. : HELICON
104. Patent. : EVIDENT
105. First Arabic letter. : ALIF
106. Kwangsi capital. : NANNING
108. 1300 mi. river to Black Sea. : DNIEPER
109. Obsecrate. : ENTREAT
110. Libyan battlegrounds. : DESERTS
112. Plumes. : PRIDES
114. Part of soldier's apparel. : GAITER
117. English coins. : PENCE
119. Former Siamese coin. : TICAL
121. Short. : TERSE
124. Jutlander. : DANE
125. Lake in Lombardy. : COMO
127. Greek letter. : BETA
129. Adds. : TOTS
132. Capital of Laristan Province, Iran. : LAR
134. Greek letter. : TAU
135. ___ Moines. : DES
137. Spanish gold. : ORO

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 77 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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