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New York Times, Wednesday, June 13, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { B J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 724
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1. U. S. Ambassador to Korea. : MUCCIO
7. City in Mexico. : LEON
11. Apart: Prefix. : DIS
14. Newton and Marcosson. : ISAACS
15. Rude. : IMPUDENT
17. Parts of the Rockies. : RANGES
18. John A. of Eire. : COSTELLO
19. Secret. : INNER
20. Damp. : WET
21. Technique of the witch-hunt. : SMEAR
22. Goodman of radio. : ACE
23. Baking-powder biscuits with currants. : SCONES
26. Fire: Comb. form. : IGNI
27. Net. : MESH
29. Betsy and her family. : ROSSES
31. American humorist. : ADE
32. Slur over. : ELIDE
34. What Nehru is trying to do away with. : CASTES
36. Burmese rebels. : KARENS
38. Bad golf player. : SLICER
39. British island off Malaya. : PENANG
40. Mrs. Ben-Gurion. : PAULA
41. Toward the stern. : AFT
42. Uphold. : DEFEND
44. Markers on a map. : PINS
48. A very small distance. : HAIR
50. Careful eater. : DIETER
52. Word of denial. : NOT
53. Stringed instruments. : LUTES
55. Southern constellation. : ARA
56. Aristocracy. : ELITE
58. Fade away. : EVANESCE
60. Nova ___. : SCOTIA
61. Poisoners. : VENOMERS
62. Vincent of France. : AURIOL
63. Annoy. : IRK
64. Sheep. : EWES
65. What Crosby does. : CROONS
1. Miss Hopkins. : MIRIAM
2. Time allowed for payment of foreign bills of exchange. : USANCE
3. French coastal resort near Nice. : CANNES
4. Batting practice enclosure. : CAGE
5. Coolers. : ICERS
6. Wild Bill Donovan's outfit. : OSS
7. Essential automobile accessory. : LICENSE
8. Overacts: Jocose. : EMOTES
9. DiSalle's agency. : OPS
10. Gen. McAuliffe's historic reply. : NUTS
11. Representative of a territory. : DELEGATE
12. Resident of the Middle West. : INLANDER
13. Horizontal building sections. : STORIES
16. Half: Comb. form. : DEMI
20. U. S. Housing Expediter. : WOODS
24. Shrank from. : CRINGED
25. Keep apart. : SECLUDE
28. Wife of Zeus. : HERA
30. Go boldly into action (with "in"): Colloq. : SAIL
33. Contribute temporarily. : LEND
35. Ridgway's title. : SCAP
36. He wears a coonskin cap. : KEFAUVER
37. Kind of weapons useful in Korea. : ANTITANK
38. Man in red. : SANTA
39. His country nationalized oil. : PAHLEVI
40. Lady Astor, for instance. : PEERESS
43. Hackney coach on the Champs Elysées. : FIACRE
45. Ab ___; from the beginning. : INITIO
46. Department store counter. : NOTION
47. Advances a base without aid of a hit or an error. : STEALS
49. It's north of Carson City. : RENO
51. Come again. : RECUR
54. Strewn with stars and flowers, in art. : SEME
57. Common green-and-gray monk parrot. : LORO
59. Hem. : SEW
60. Black Hawk, for instance. : SAC

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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