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NAMES IN THE NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, June 1, 1947

Author:
Archie S. Kreiling
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 83, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 626 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 160, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 48
Archie S. Kreiling has 10 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1947, The New York TimesNo. 277
Across
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Baden-Powell's boys. : SCOUTS
7
"Cradle of Conflict." : MANCHURIA
16
Transports. : BRINGS
22
Bess of Washington. : TRUMAN
23
Servile flattery. : ADULATION
24
Top man of French National Assembly. : AURIOL
25
Patella, or kneepan: Anat. : ROTULA
26
Famous Burma highway. : LEDO
27
Caucasian language. : ANDI
28
Hound. : BEAGLE
29
Indian mulberry. : AAL
30
Allowed an interval of rest to. : SPELLED
32
Limited too closely: Colloq. : SKIMPED
34
___ Milland. : RAY
35
Where Zion Canyon is. : UTAH
37
African tree. : SHEA
38
Temple: Lat. : NAOS
39
Wait. : BIDE
40
European ground squirrel. : SISEL
42
Budge. : STIR
44
Ambassador. : LEGATE
47
Andrew ___ Law (1858–1923). : BONAR
48
Lining fabric. : SATEEN
50
Garnish. : DECORATE
52
Ambassador to Spain, 1933–39. : BOWERS
53
What "Lord Weary's Castle" is. : POEM
55
Vulcanite. : EBONITE
56
Indian princess. : RANI
57
Candlenut tree. : AMA
60
Deck abaft the mizzen. : POOP
62
Seat of Aconcagua. : ANDES
63
"Pine Tree State" river. : KENNEBEC
67
British High Commissioner to Canada. : MACDONALD
70
Varangians. : ROS
71
Woody and bushy. : BOSKY
72
Guido's high note. : ELA
73
Russian trade unions. : ARTELS
74
Tapestry. : ARRAS
76
Dwindles. : MELTS
77
Exceedingly: Fr. : TRES
78
Fatigued. : TIRED
79
Burn by steam. : SCALD
80
Houses. : CASAS
81
Charlotte Corday's victim, 1793. : MARAT
82
Detail. : ITEM
83
Percolates. : SOAKS
84
Animation. : CHEER
85
Placid. : SERENE
86
Anatomical duct. : VAS
87
Lightly fried dish. : SAUTE
88
Reciprocal of the ohm. : MHO
89
Toy tickler. : TORMENTOR
91
Contrarily. : ELSEWISE
93
Child. : BAIRN
95
Be variable. : VEER
96
Letters of the alphabet. : ARS
97
Threadlike mark. : LINE
98
Ambushed. : WAYLAID
100
Tibetan wild oxen. : YAKS
102
President of Harvard University. : CONANT
105
Wife of George IV. : CAROLINE
106
Silver's horseman. : RANGER
110
Lengthwise of. : ALONG
111
Ravel's crescendoing composition. : BOLERO
112
Chooses. : OPTS
115
Swedish river forming boundary with Finland. : TORNE
116
"Peace of ___." : MIND
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Dravidian of Central India. : GOND
118
Spoken. : ORAL
120
Rio Muni's chief town, Spanish Guinea. : BATA
121
Eggs: Lat. : OVA
122
Havin acerbity. : AUSTERE
125
Scrapes. : ABRADES
128
Bandleader Lewis. : TED
129
Detroit ballplayers. : TIGERS
131
"Emperor of Believers." : OMAR
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Egyptian horned goddess. : SATI
133
Gateway to Po Valley. : RIMINI
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Without knobs. : ENODAL
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Danish Foreign Minister. : RASMUSSEN
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Oleic acid salt. : OLEATE
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Spanish lady. : SENORA
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Covenants. : TREATISES
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Having boroughs. : TOWNED
Down
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Father of "The Blue Danube." : STRAUSS
2
Medieval kingdom between Drava River and Adriatic. : CROATIA
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Survive. : OUTLAST
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Polynesian baking pit. : UMU
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Fibers of palmyra palm. : TALS
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Seizes eagerly. : SNAPS
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Gavel. : MALLET
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Consort of William IV. : ADELAIDE
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Stripped. : NUDE
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Lump of clay. : CLOD
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Exclamation. : HA
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Octave of a feast. : UTAS
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Curling course. : RINK
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Treat with an antiseptic. : IODINATE
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Inspirit. : ANIMATE
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Young children. : BABES
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Suffered remorse for. : RUED
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General Eaker. : IRA
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Black. : NIGRINE
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Storekeeper merchant: Anglo-Ind. : GOLADAR
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Users of weaving reeds. : SLEYERS
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Exclamations of inquiry. : EHS
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Author of "Israfil." : POE
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Clerk in "David Copperfield." : HEEP
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Inventor of a knife. : BOWIE
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"Prisoner of Laeken." : LEOPOLD
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Midianite king: Josh, xiii, 21. : REBA
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Greek Navy Minister. : LONDOS
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Iroquoian tribe. : ERIES
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Revolvers: Slang. : GATS
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Handsome. : BONNY
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Rare gases. : NEONS
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His real name was Korzeniowski. : CONRAD
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Members of FDIC. : BANKS
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Extinct bird. : MOA
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Intervals. : RESTS
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Disposed to love. : AMATIVE
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Connubial. : MARITAL
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Kit Cornell. : ACTRESS
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Conciliate. : PLACATE
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Chief of State of Bulgaria. : KOLAROV
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Uraguay's President. : BERRETA
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Edward I's queen. : ELEANOR
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Condiment vials. : CASTERS
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Judge. : DEEM
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Great admiral of Elizabeth's time. : DRAKE
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Assail. : BESET
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Teller of tales, of Samoa. : RLS
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Girl's name. : MAE
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Mountain lake. : TARN
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Pickled fish. : SOUSE
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Tribe in Bengal, India. : CHORAI
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Burrowing mammal of South Africa. : MEERKAT
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Mother Cabrini's title. : SAINT
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Colored cotton fabric. : CHILLO
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Blotch. : SMEAR
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Noted news commentator. : SWING
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O'Dwyer's designation. : MAYOR
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King: Spanish. : REY
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Animal with spirally twisted horns. : ELAND
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Mere. : BARE
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Boy: Spanish. : NINO
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Danish king, 1157–82. : WALDEMAR
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Exiled person. : DEPORTEE
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Tufthunter. : SNOB
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Sea between Cebu, Bohol and Leyte. : CAMOTES
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Chrysolite. : OLIVINE
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Polygon of nine angles. : NONAGON
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Twist. : CONTORT
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Roman emperor, 375–83. : GRATIAN
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Understanding between nations. : ENTENTE
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Prepared. : READIED
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Cattle genus. : BOS
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Robert R. Young's forte. : TRAINS
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Deplorable. : SAD
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Balkan instrument with one horsehair string. : GUSLA
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African dormouse. : LEROT
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Sandarac tree. : ARAR
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Demolish. : RASE
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Feminine name. : ERMA
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Species of holly. : ASSI
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Game fish. : BASS
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Fodder pit. : SILO
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Nigerian tribesman. : EDO
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Shut up. : MEW
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Guido's low note. : UT

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 37 debuted here and reused later, 13 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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