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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, May 25, 1952

Author:
Jack Luzzatto
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.48, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 676 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 158, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 42
Jack Luzzatto has 292 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,071
Across
1. Informant. : TIPSTER
8. Night's brightest luminary besides the moon. : DOGSTAR
15. Stalin's Deputy Premier. : MOLOTOV
22. Loving. : AMATIVE
23. A part typical of a large and intricate whole. : EPITOME
24. The rage of Midas. : AVARICE
25. Enroll, as a jury. : IMPANEL
26. An American red grape. : CATAWBA
27. Minton, Clark, Burton et al. : NINEMEN
28. Gas lights of modern times. : NEONS
29. Dark doings. : EVIL
31. Siamese. : TAI
32. A kind of sight. : HIND
33. Not valid. : BAD
34. Paced. : TROD
35. A spurner of his peers. : SNOB
36. Casement opening on the foam. : PORTHOLE
38. Poetry for gourmets. : MENU
39. Letter. : ESS
40. Professions. : METIERS
42. County seat in S. E. Kansas. : IOLA
43. Famous name in physics. : CURIE
44. Intensify. : DEEPEN
46. Night club gold mine. : CLOAKROOM
49. Logs for building Kon-Tiki. : BALSAS
50. Open-eyed. : AWARE
52. Easily bent. : PLIANT
53. Never-say-die. : GAME
54. Crackling repartee. : RIPOSTE
57. Luther's works. : HYMNS
58. Marsh rail: Var. : SOREE
60. Training school for officers: Abbr. : OCS
63. Word used by the devout. : AMEN
64. Greek theatres. : ODEA
66. Mined from the mind. : IDEA
68. Cowpuncher or sheep tender. : HERDSMAN
70. Decaliter: Ab. : DAL
71. Insufferably superior. : PRIGGISH
73. Korean leader. : RHEE
75. Tender a view. : OPINE
76. Nanook's home. : IGLOO
78. Revoke an order. : COUNTERMAND
80. Harpsichordist Landowska. : WANDA
81. Sky: Span. : CIELO
82. Track holders. : TIES
83. Citizen under Leopold Figl. : AUSTRIAN
85. Type of leaf cluster. : OAK
86. Girls named after Pip's sweetheart. : ESTELLAS
88. Four years. : TERM
90. Reconnaissance scouts. : EYES
91. Magazine man. : LUCE
92. Officers: Abbr. : LTS
93. Small, mean and treacherous. : RATTY
95. Dignified. : STAID
97. Wedded, in the old days. : SPOUSED
99. Bruised in spirit. : SORE
100. Mount. : ASCEND
102. Goad into action. : STING
103. Parts of long poems. : CANTOS
106. Relative of the peba. : ARMADILLO
108. Pattern on a TV screen. : RASTER
112. Ill-repute. : ODIUM
113. It's wingless and leaping. : FLEA
114. Nautical agreements. : AYEAYES
116. Scottish verb. : HAE
117. Famous name in architecture. : ADAM
118. Printer. : PRESSMAN
121. Reuner. : GRAD
122. Yankee outfielder. : CERV
123. Toby. : MUG
124. Tennis player Herb ___. : FLAM
125. Garment edge. : HEM
126. She wrote love tales. : GLYN
127. Jackson's Sec'y. of Treasury. : DUANE
128. Winging vainly sunward. : ICARIAN
130. Too loud for an aside. : AUDIBLE
132. Harvester device. : KNOTTER
134. Profligate, as Caesars. : NERONIC
135. Study by Darwin. : SPECIES
136. Presenting no problems. : EASIEST
137. Altar shelf: Ital. : GRADINO
138. Sets apart. : ASSIGNS
139. Nefud and Negeb. : DESERTS
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1. Somewhat corrupt. : TAINTED
2. Dip. : IMMERSE
3. Nokomis's baby. : PAPOOSE
4. A firm position. : STAND
5. Cans. : TINS
6. Biblical character. : EVE
7. Soften. : RELENT
8. Measure of sound. : DECIBEL
9. Jewel. : OPAL
10. Depart, country style. : GIT
11. State: Comb. form. : STATO
12. "Marching as ___ . . . " : TOWAR
13. The goad to power. : AMBITION
14. Rural power agency. : REA
15. Former capital of Philippines. : MANILA
16. Sheeplike. : OVINE
17. Word that electrified Columbus. : LAND
18. Where Crater Lake is: Abbr. : ORE
19. Growing trees. : TIMBERS
20. The isles of the Pacific. : OCEANIA
21. Public sales. : VENDUES
30. The ___ of America. : VOICE
32. Actress Celeste. : HOLM
35. Fred Seaton, for instance. : SENATOR
36. Asaph, for instance. : PSALMIST
37. Jeers from the jaded. : HOOTS
38. Beast. : MULE
40. Stables around a court. : MEWS
41. Tending to form in strings. : ROPY
43. Finished like a rocket. : CAMEDOWN
45. Peacock blue. : PAON
47. Of tender mercies. : KINDHEARTED
48. Level. : RASE
49. Max or Buddy. : BAER
51. Speak to the steno again. : REDICTATE
53. Most shamelessly grasping. : GREEDIEST
54. Rootlet. : RADICEL
55. Poet like Amy Lowell. : IMAGIST
56. Balls of dough. : PELLETS
57. Queen Juliana's city. : HAGUE
59. Scheherazade of Baghdad-on-the-Subway. : OHENRY
60. Threatening. : OMINOUS
61. Biblical queen. : CANDACE
62. Slunk. : SNEAKED
65. An advocate of the self. : EGOIST
67. BARs, Garands, etc. : ARMS
69. Hot Springs. : SPA
71. Where a game is played. : POOLROOM
72. This month: Abbr. : INST
74. Found unpalatable. : HATED
77. Cheer for a matador. : OLE
79. Citizen under Dr. Groza. : RUMANIAN
84. Hoped for glory. : ASPIRED
87. Norwegian man's name. : LARS
89. Plant modified by environment. : ESCA
91. Flanges. : LUGS
94. Years: Dial. : YARES
96. Without aim. : IDLY
98. Miss Munson and others. : ONAS
99. Revive wine's ferment. : STUM
101. One-way trips. : SMASHUPS
102. High-flown: Poet. : SOARY
103. Raised frame around a hatchway. : COAMING
104. Alleger. : ADDUCER
105. A lot of water. : NIAGARA
106. Ottoman flag. : ALEM
107. Unsupported, as an apod. : LEGLESS
109. Ferrer's forte. : THEATER
110. Sincere. : EARNEST
111. Goes back to. : REVERTS
113. Dictator next door to Salazar. : FRANCO
115. Jerked. : YANKED
118. Downright. : PLAIN
119. Neighbors of the Persians. : MEDES
120. Friends: Ital. : AMICI
122. Slangy pet name. : CUTIE
124. Ended: French. : FINI
126. Mountain valley. : GLEN
127. Flophouse, in Britain. : DOSS
129. Vacation equipment. : ROD
130. Al Jolson's given name. : ASA
131. Generous. : BIG
133. Scottish no. : NAE

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 35 debuted here and reused later, 12 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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