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New York Times, Saturday, June 2, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 18
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 713

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Across
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Successor to Mr. Bevan. : ROBENS
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Capital city on the Vistula. : WARSAW
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The world's numbers. : ARABIC
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Device to switch on color TV. : ADAPTOR
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Procession for a hero. : PARADE
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French brothers who invented movie camera, 1893. : LUMIERES
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Sacred image. : ICON
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Nonexistent. : NULL
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Short for Antoinette. : NETTY
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Yore. : ELD
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What diamonds come in. : CARATS
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Gather in stitching: Var. : SHIR
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Arm's length. : REACH
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Creator of Peer Gynt. : IBSEN
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___ on parle Français. : ICI
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British sailor: Colloq. : LIMEY
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President of Chile. : VIDELA
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Pertaining to an official room. : CAMERAL
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Classes of plants, animals: Rare pl. : GENUSES
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Taken away: Obs. : ADEMPT
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Something beyond recovery. : GONER
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Souped-up jalopy. : ROD
43
It follows: Music direction. : SEGUE
45
Landlubber "frogs." : TOADS
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City in Oklahoma. : ENID
51
Showy in costume. : DRESSY
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The great West. : MAE
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River and basin important to France and Germany. : SAARS
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Citizen of Estonia. : ESTH
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Hang fire. : PEND
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Locates. : SITUATES
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Business before the U. N. : AGENDA
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Sir Frank ___, Britain's new Attorney General. : SOSKICE
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Manchuria's former capital. : MUKDEN
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Spun dizzily. : REELED
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Potential roast beef. : STEERS
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Thrusting sword. : RAPIER
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Greek consultant. : ORACLE
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One of the five most important Indian states. : BARODA
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Israeli minister to U. S. : EBAN
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Nest. : NID
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Opera scene. : SCENA
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Small or medium kangaroo. : WALLABY
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Grown specimens. : ADULTS
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Wool gatherer. : RAM
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Tell, as a yarn. : SPIN
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Monkshood: Var. : ATEES
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Estimable characters, in humorous use. : WORTHIES
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Network of fine lines for focusing telescopes. : RETICLE
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Israel is ___ neighbor. : SYRIAS
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Archangel, "regent of the sun," in "Paradise Lost." : URIEL
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Bird chatter. : CHIRPS
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Goodly number. : SEVEN
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Attlee, to British cartoonists. : CLEM
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Nonagenerian's pride. : NINETY
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Paired off. : MATED
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Hard: Span. and Ital. : DURO
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Gesture of affection. : CARESS
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Shelley's tribute to Keats. : ADONAIS
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Any government arbitrator. : MEDIATOR
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"Whither thou ___ ... " : GOEST
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Tried to divine. : GUESSED
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Where Paul is king. : GREECE
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Fine or reparation. : AMENDE
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Anger or temper: Colloq. : DANDER
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Two or four-door models. : SEDANS
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Warlike foe who fought the Foreign Legion in Lebanon. : DRUSE
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Plays possum. : SHAMS
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Japanese beer made from rice. : SAKE
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Lap dog. : PEKE
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Form of until. : TIL
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Racquet string. : GUT

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 14 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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