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New York Times, Thursday, May 21, 1953

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,432
Across Down
1. Upper part of a barn. : LOFT
5. Fashionable. : CHIC
9. Moslem ascetic, often a worker of miracles. : FAKIR
14. King of the Huns who married Gudrun. : ATLI
15. Gas: Comb. form. : AERO
16. Having irregular margins, as a leaf. : EROSE
17. Of the ear. : OTIC
18. Portray. : LIMN
19. Flies into a rage (with "up"): Dial. : RARES
20. Knockout blow: Slang. : SOCKDOLAGER
23. Auxiliary verb. : ARE
24. Singers of chanteys. : TARS
25. Unimpaired by the passage of time. : EVERNEW
27. Pay. : SALARY
30. First name of a star. : GRETA
31. What a pity! : ALACK
32. Principal supports. : MAINSTAYS
36. A matter of considerable difficulty. : TASK
37. Registration of a register. : SALES
38. Biblical pronoun. : THOU
39. Examples. : INSTANCES
41. A beach, on the French Riviera. : PLAGE
42. Orchestral instruments. : OBOES
43. Marlon Brando role. : CAESAR
44. Such as was never known before (with "of"). : UNHEARD
47. Fruit of the service tree. : SORB
48. Bluegrass of Kentucky. : POA
49. Playground of the bulls and bears. : STOCKMARKET
54. Integrity. : TRUTH
56. Opposite of spring tide. : NEAP
57. Distinctive air. : AURA
58. Poet Nash to his friends. : OGGIE
59. Preposition. : INTO
60. Peculiar: Comb form. : IDIO
61. Sounds from a bird's nest. : PEEPS
62. Chemical suffixes. : ATES
63. ___ veiling, thin worsted fabric. : NUNS
1. Scene of recent conflict in the Far East. : LAOS
2. Artist Soglow of "The Little King." : OTTO
3. French policeman or bobby. : FLIC
4. Uneventful indoor pastime. : TICKTACKTOE
5. Barrier to reduction of weight. : CALORY
6. Misguided cheers for Adolph. : HEILS
7. TV character. : IRMA
8. An assemblage. : CONGERIES
9. Relatives of weasels. : FERRETS
10. Macaw. : ARA
11. Sacred scripture of Islam. : KORAN
12. Grenoble's river. : ISERE
13. Hem again. : RESEW
21. Captain Alvin of the Giants. : DARK
22. Two, four, six, etc. : EVENS
26. Synonym for 7 Down. : RATTLEBRAIN
27. Egyptian counterpart of Hera. : SATI
28. Actor Bunce of TV. : ALAN
29. Relative of a colleen. : LASS
30. Outbursts, as of laughter. : GALES
32. Region of Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Greece. : MACEDONIA
33. Exclamations of discovery. : AHAS
34. Hindu ascetic practice. : YOGA
35. Appellant. : SUER
37. Evince contempt. : SNORT
40. Confounds. : ABASHES
41. India rubber from South America. : PARA
43. ___ mentis (of sound mind): Latin. : COMPOS
44. Where the crow's-nest is. : UPTOP
45. Native name for Haakon's land. : NORGE
46. Economic adviser to Eisenhower. : HAUGE
47. Piscatorial ray. : SKATE
50. Canadian coin. : CENT
51. Handsome antelope with corkscrew horns. : KUDU
52. Land of A. O. H. : ERIN
53. Pueblo in New Mexico. : TAOS
55. Useful idea. : TIP

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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