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OF PEOPLE AND PLACES

New York Times, Sunday, May 23, 1948

Author: Hilda E. Allen
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 65, Avg Word Len: 5.53, Missing: { J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 542 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 144, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 37
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© 1948, The New York TimesNo. 328
Across Down
1. Great patriot of Europe. : BENES
6. Deceived. : DELUDED
13. Lucifer. : MATCH
18. Pay. : SALARY
19. Shifty. : EVASIVE
20. Last resting place of King Arthur. : AVALON
22. Well-known actor and playwright. : CRAVEN
23. Recommences. : RESUMES
24. Hooked. : HAMATE
25. Glutinous. : ROPY
26. Morning glories. : TWINERS
28. First word of “Home Sweet Home.” : MID
30. Formulates. : PUTS
31. Being, in the abstract. : ENS
32. Tremulous. : SHIVERY
33. Pertaining to a coniferous tree. : PINIC
35. Evil divinity, brother of Osiris. : SET
36. Morning potation. : EYEOPENER
38. ___ fides. : BONA
39. Employers. : USERS
41. Ornamental vessels. : VASES
42. One of the U. N. headaches. : STALEMATE
45. Sojourns. : RESIDES
48. Silly creature. : GOOSE
49. Gill cover of fishes. : OPERCLE
53. Judges. : OPINES
54. Lady’s flat work basket. : CABAS
55. Obliterations. : ERASURES
56. These are, currently, troubled. : TIMES
57. What the old look now is. : DATED
58. Sometimes called “diggings.” : APARTMENT
59. Horned viper. : ASP
60. 39.37 inches. : METER
61. Spanish name. : ANITA
62. ___ Clare, in “Bleak House.” : ADA
63. Suffers to be. : TOLERATES
66. The true heaths. : ERICA
67. Civet-like animal. : GENET
69. Light-colored aluminous amphiboles. : EDENITES
70. Goes round in circles. : MILLS
71. French hackney coach. : FIACRE
72. Egyptian deity. : SERAPIS
73. Male ancestors. : SIRES
74. Liberality. : LARGESS
75. Feelers. : TENTACLES
77. Diacritical mark. : TILDE
78. Poe’s midnight visitor. : RAVEN
81. Second largest existing birds. : EMUS
82. Shields. : PRESERVES
86. Annam’s capital. : HUE
87. Go away. : SCRAM
89. Supplier of food. : FORAGER
91. Tool for spalling stone. : AXE
92. Narrow fillet. : ORLE
94. Symbol of stupidity. : ASS
95. Mussulman. : SARACEN
96. Killer whale. : ORCA
97. Sheds. : MOULTS
99. Cloy. : SATIATE
101. Young bird. : EAGLET
103. Fresh-water fish. : BURBOT
104. Anything coming into view. : EMERGER
105. Hardens. : STEELS
106. Scars. : SEAMS
107. Large beetles. : SAWYERS
108. Directions to compositors. : STETS
1. Extensive Scottish freehold. : BARONY
2. Glide away. : ELAPSE
3. Where John Paul Jones won fame. : NAVY
4. Earlier. : ERE
5. Compositions. : SYNTHESES
6. Deduces. : DERIVES
7. Equalizer. : EVENER
8. Gum resin. : LASER
9. Exorbitant rate of interest. : USURY
10. Darkens. : DIMS
11. Lilith’s storied successor. : EVE
12. Stilbite, a common mineral. : DESMINE
13. Mohammedan title, leader of the faithful. : MAHDI
14. Miss Gardner, movie star. : AVA
15. Ram down. : TAMP
16. Short sentence. : CLAUSE
17. More violent. : HOTTER
18. Rocky debris: Gt. Brit. : SCREE
21. Lodgings. : NESTS
27. Product of New York State. : WINES
29. Woman beloved. : INAMORATA
32. Implements. : SPADES
33. Native of Lodz. : POLE
34. Most ingenious. : CUTEST
37. What Bo Peep’s charges were. : OVINE
38. Of low pitch. : BASS
40. Whey of milk. : SERUM
42. Unimpassioned. : SOBER
43. Batrachian. : TOAD
44. Three-banded armadillo. : APARA
45. The world does it. : ROTATES
46. Part of a soap opera. : EPISODE
47. A herbalist. : SIMPLER
48. Winner at Saratoga in 1777. : GATES
50. Fine line used in falconry. : CREANCE
51. Pawnbrokers. : LENDERS
52. Fortunes. : ESTATES
54. Delicacies. : CATES
55. The Iliad, Odyssey, Aeneid, etc. : EPICS
57. Abominators. : DETESTERS
58. West Indian shrubs. : ANILS
60. Famous Paris newspaper. : MATIN
61. City on the Rhone. : ARLES
64. Growing out. : ENATE
65. Approaches perfection. : RIPENS
66. John McCormack’s birthplace. : EIRE
67. Beam. : GIRDER
68. Zealous. : EAGER
70. Wire measures. : MILS
71. Want of integrity. : FALSENESS
73. Dross. : SCUM
74. Historic city of Belgium. : LIEGE
76. Accumulates. : AMASSES
77. Detectives. : TRACERS
78. Equilateral parallelogram with oblique angles. : RHOMB
79. Containing gold. : AUROUS
80. Fabric. : VELURE
82. Famous park in Vienna. : PRATER
83. Scoundrel. : VARLET
84. Surpasses. : EXCELS
85. Memberships on the Stock Exchange. : SEATS
88. Patterns. : CASTS
89. Titania. : FAIRY
90. An organ stop. : ORAGE
93. Portoferraio is its chief port. : ELBA
95. Seethe. : STEW
96. S-like molding. : OGEE
98. Huckleberry Finn’s friend. : TOM
100. Eucharistic vessel. : AMA
102. Siamese coin. : ATT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 34 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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