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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, June 2, 1946

Author:
W. W. Wordsworth
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 698 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 143, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 72
W. W. Webster has 12 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1946, The New York TimesNo. 225
Across
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Lever moved by cam. : TAPPET
7
American psychologist (1846–1924). : HALL
11
Hems. : HAWS
15
Judges in Moslem countries. : HAKIMS
21
Apparition. : WRAITH
22
Oil-yielding tree of Cen. America. : EBOE
23
Arabian seaport. : ADEN
24
Implant deep. : ENROOT
25
One of ascetic brotherhood in ancient Palestine. : ESSENE
26
Director General of UNRRA. : LAGUARDIA
28
Where movie is made. : STUDIO
29
Tridactyl sloths. : AIS
30
Fleet of vessels. : ARGOSY
32
Sprinkles. : SPARGES
34
Rancor. : GALL
35
Consolidate. : KNIT
37
Tineid insect. : MOTH
38
Humor. : WHIM
39
Comport. : SUIT
41
Mark aimed at in various games. : TEE
42
Group of students. : SEMINAR
44
Excellent protein food. : CHEESE
46
Smearers. : DAUBERS
48
Beats. : PULSATIONS
51
Efface. : SPONGE
53
National Housing Expediter. : WYATT
56
Muse of lyric poetry. : ERATO
57
Isolated rock. : SCAR
58
U. S. Ambassador to Russia. : SMITH
62
Having branches. : RAMOSE
64
Of twilight. : CREPUSCULAR
68
Two-toed sloth. : UNAU
69
City in Syrie. : ALEP
70
Moderated. : BATED
72
Disreputable: Colloq. : SHADY
73
American painter (1859–1935). : HASSAM
75
By means of. : PER
76
Hero of Moussorgsky opera, 1874. : BORIS
77
___ Reni. : GUIDO
78
Vital foods being sent abroad. : CEREALS
79
Of an image. : ICONIC
81
He wrote "To a Mouse." : BURNS
82
Dire. : FUNEST
83
One of family of roundworms. : ASCARID
85
Slippery. : SOAPY
86
Linden genus. : TILIA
87
___ Hay, British novelist. : IAN
90
Printed cotton cloth. : CHINTZ
91
___ de León. : PONCE
92
Persons bearing blame for others: Slang. : GOATS
93
Thrash. : LACE
94
Feminine name. : MAUD
95
Good neighbors. : ECUADORIANS
98
Waste tracts. : HEATHS
100
Irish rebel (1778–1803). : EMMET
102
Refuges. : ARKS
103
Star in Virgo. : SPICA
105
Parts of trousers. : KNEES
106
Pate. : NODDLE
108
Unsupported. : UNSECONDED
111
Cloyed. : GLUTTED
114
English composer in France (1862–1934). : DELIUS
116
United Kingdom's delegate to Security Council. : CADOGAN
120
Vandal. : HUN
121
Ancient country in Peloponnesus. : ELIS
123
Pulls with force. : LUGS
124
Local deity of Thebes. : AMON
126
Ramble. : ROVE
127
Particles. : ACES
129
Small fissure. : VEINULE
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These are studied in adenology. : GLANDS
133
Be a horse doctor. : VET
134
Brisk: Music. : VIVACE
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Commemorative tablet. : MEDALLION
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Type of legume. : LOMENT
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Sour liquid. : ALEGAR
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Part of range. : OVEN
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Plant of lily family. : ALOE
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Issue. : EMERGE
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Bacchantes: Var. : MENADS
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American caricaturist (1840–1902). : NAST
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Senator from Ohio. : TAFT
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Began to be understood. : DAWNED
Down
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Sharp pinches. : TWEAKS
2
Poisonous gas with garlic odor. : ARSINE
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Here and there: L. : PASSIM
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Jumble. : PIE
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Vessel for heating liquids. : ETNA
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Warm. : THERMAL
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Serf. : HELOT
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Discomfit. : ABASH
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Dull. : LOGY
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100 bani. : LEU
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Rapacious persons. : HARPIES
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American social worker (1860–1935). : ADDAMS
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Dam in river. : WEIR
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Concealed obstacles. : SNAGS
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Mercenary person. : HESSIAN
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Inhabitant of a formicary. : ANT
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Secretary of Interior. : KRUG
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Chemical salt. : IODATE
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Drudger. : MOILER
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Garments for neck and shoulders. : STOLES
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Ghastly pale. : ASHEN
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Whin. : GORSE
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___ Welty, Southern story writer. : EUDORA
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Best. : TIPTOP
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Shout. : WHOOP
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Violent strains. : TUGS
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Rum birds. : NUTS
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Brought forward for illustration. : CITED
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Portuguese coin. : ESCUDO
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Stupefies. : BEMUSES
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Overshoe. : ARCTIC
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Deductions of weight. : TARES
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Wan: Poet. : PALY
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Outer garment. : WRAP
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Where Charles Seymour is president. : YALE
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New chemical element, No. 95. : AMERICIUM
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Very large quantity: Slang. : SCADS
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Unappeasable. : INSATIATE
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Volcano in SW Luzon. : TAAL
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Drones. : HUMS
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Blacken. : EBONIZE
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Executer of coup d'état. : USURPER
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Radiant. : SHINY
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Of a German region. : RHENISH
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Vapid. : ARID
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Scope. : AREA
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Material consisting of coarse diamonds. : BORT
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Antidote to snake bites. : GUACO
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Sect. : CULT
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Glowing. : CANDENT
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Covenants. : BONDS
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Utter failure. : FIASCO
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Culmination. : ACME
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Counterfeit. : SHAM
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Punched: Slang. : SOAKED
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Refreshing. : TONIC
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Yearn: Colloq. : ACHE
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Cape. : NESS
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Swirl. : PURL
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Rents. : GAPES
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English author (1775–1864). : LANDOR
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Stand-by for odd jobs. : CADDIE
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Ancient town in Asia Minor. : ISSUS
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Supplemented: With out. : EKED
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Carry: Colloq. : TOTE
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Console, in architecture. : ANCON
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Fact seekers. : DELVERS
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Howling. : ULULANT
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___ Bruce of the screen. : NIGEL
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Pampered. : DANDLED
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Premier of Iran. : GHAVAM
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Poem by Owen Meredith. : LUCILE
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Rough. : UNEVEN
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Shuns. : ELUDES
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Determine. : GOVERN
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Retaliate. : AVENGE
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Captured by stratagem. : NETTED
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He met a pie-man. : SIMON
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Reserved. : ALOOF
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Painter of "The Music Lesson." : MANET
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Epiclike tale. : SAGA
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River from Lake Ladoga to Gulf of Finland. : NEVA
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Orange-and-black lizard. : GILA
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Axial portion of animal: Anat. : SOMA
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Scalawag. : CAD
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Coin of Latvia. : LAT
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Enclose. : MEW

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 63 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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