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New York Times, Wednesday, June 11, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,088
Across Down
1. Port on the Tagus estuary. : LISBON
7. Territorialist not yet a citizen. : ALASKAN
14. Name for New York and Georgia. : EMPIRE
15. Country of 1 Across. : PORTUGAL
17. At the apex. : APICAL
18. Final abode of the righteous. : PARADISE
19. Candidate's desire. : VOTE
20. Lonesome and blue. : LORN
22. ___ percha. : GUTTA
23. Suffix denoting a people. : ESE
24. Religious councils. : SYNODS
26. Whirl. : SPIN
27. Family car. : SEDAN
29. Political leader in Australia. : EVATT
31. Out of active life: Abbr. : RET
32. Eisenhower boomer. : LODGE
34. Full of songs, as an opera. : ARIOSO
36. Tropical hazard. : MALARIA
39. Inspires. : PROMPTS
40. Devotee. : ADORER
41. A straw man to knock down. : SETUP
42. Art of seafaring: Abbr. : NAV
43. Object. : DEMUR
45. Praise to the Lord. : PSALM
49. Western world: Abbr. : AMER
51. Belonging to the frog family. : RANINE
53. Wrestling hold. : TOE
54. River flowing into the Gulf of Guinea. : NIGER
56. Trifling. : IDLE
57. Give a wide berth. : SHUN
58. Fleet Greek princess. : ATALANTA
60. Mean. : INTEND
62. Union Theological, for instance. : SEMINARY
63. Lodge of the Patrons of Husbandry. : GRANGE
64. Porch furniture. : SETTEES
65. Witch outwitter. : HANSEL
1. Blades for Whitman. : LEAVES
2. Be presumptuous. : IMPOSE
3. Thwarted with malice. : SPITED
4. Malachite green. : BICE
5. ___ et labora (pray and work). : ORA
6. Nice ___, a prim person. : NELLY
7. Sanction officially. : APPROVE
8. Capital of Portuguese Angola. : LOANDA
9. Arrival: Abbr. : ARR
10. Wallflower's hope. : STAG
11. Striped antelopes with wavy horns. : KUDUS
12. Serving to promote agitation and propaganda: Theat. : AGITPROP
13. Worst and meanest. : NASTIEST
16. Sheds with roofs of single pitch. : LEANTOS
21. Second largest lake in Europe. : ONEGA
24. Breathed hoarsely. : SNORED
25. Sudden fright. : START
28. Winglike. : ALAR
30. Road company. : TROUPE
33. More fateful. : DIRER
35. Gamins. : IMPS
36. Tomorrows, in Spain. : MANANAS
37. Human beings. : ADAMITES
38. When a tennis player makes no score. : LOVEGAME
39. Great risk. : PERIL
41. Septuagesima and Quinquagesima. : SUNDAYS
44. ___ d'hotel. : MAITRE
46. Where King Paul rules. : ATHENS
47. Hotel reception room. : LOUNGE
48. He stated the laws of heredity. : MENDEL
50. Rekindled. : RELIT
52. Nicker. : NEIGH
55. Vehement talk. : RANT
57. "___ the Man" Musial. : STAN
59. Scottish denial. : NAE
61. An F. D. R. project, 1933–35. : NRA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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