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AROUND THE WORLD

New York Times, Sunday, June 23, 1963

Author: W. E. Jones
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 67, Avg Word Len: 5.42, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 530 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 144, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
W. E. Jones has 95 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1963, The New York TimesNo. 5,075
Across Down
1. Limerick products. : LACES
6. Confronts. : ACCOSTS
13. Basket: Sp. : CANASTA
20. Past, old style. : AGONE
21. Like a bull. : TAURINE
22. Syrian river. : ORONTES
23. Italian composer. : TOSTI
24. Event of 1904. : ENTENTECORDIALE
26. Entangle. : ENMESH
28. Fourth dimension. : TIME
29. Dad. : PAPA
30. Israeli coins. : MILS
31. Farmer of India. : RYOT
32. Suffix indicating tooth. : ODON
34. A Churchill name. : SPENCER
36. Home of the Centaurs. : PELION
38. Army transport outfit. : ATS
41. Hence: Lat. : ERGO
42. Bird sound. : CAW
45. Turku. : ABO
47. Cults. : ISMS
48. ___ me tangere. : NOLI
50. Town near Lucerne. : SEMPACH
52. Courtly: It. : GALANTE
54. Waterskin of the Arabs. : MATARA
56. Amble along: Slang. : MOSEY
57. Norwegian composer. : GRIEG
58. Pickerel. : PIKELETS
60. Cousins of corkers. : ONERS
61. Gate crasher's forte. : INTRUSION
64. Tedious repetition. : MONOTONE
66. That: Sp. : ESE
67. Ties. : ASCOTS
69. Red lead. : MINIUM
70. Initials from 1880. : GOP
73. Nevertheless. : AFTERALL
75. Spanish port. : CARTAGENA
77. Corona. : CIGAR
80. Local. : REGIONAL
82. Revels. : RIOTS
83. City of Portugal. : EVORA
84. Lease figure. : RENTAL
85. Stain. : INKSPOT
87. Pawls. : DETENTS
90. Card game. : SKAT
91. Wild plum. : SLOE
92. Cockney's desire. : OPE
93. Within: Prefix. : ESO
94. English county: Abbr. : CHES
96. Quieting sounds. : SHS
97. Hiker's stopover. : HOSTEL
99. Des ___, Ill. : PLAINES
102. Speck. : MOTE
103. Rama's wife. : SITA
106. Italian city. : ATRA
108. 1933 initials. : NIRA
109. Boat. : SCOW
111. Coat. : DUSTER
113. Faith 7's passenger. : THEMANOFTHEHOUR
117. "I ___ Say No." : CAINT
118. Dweller. : RESIDER
119. Lyric muse. : EUTERPE
120. Paris school. : LYCEE
121. Menu item. : OYSTERS
122. Fauntleroy's mother. : DEAREST
123. Aids: Abbr. : ASSTS
1. Afterward. : LATER
2. Anguish. : AGONY
3. Citizen of the world. : COSMOPOLITE
4. Headline: Fr. : ENTETE
5. Six: Sp. : SEIS
6. Broke bread. : ATE
7. Uri, Zug, etc. : CANTONS
8. Interrupt. : CUTIN
9. Utah town. : OREM
10. Without: Lat. : SINE
11. Explosive. : TNT
12. Oozes. : SEEPS
13. Gordon and Trudy. : COOPERS
14. Classify. : ARRANGE
15. Land of ___. : NOD
16. Resin. : ANIME
17. Feature of the Kremlin palace. : STAIRCASE
18. Be effective. : TELL
19. Suffixes in chemistry. : ASES
25. Mantilla. : CAPE
27. Lifting apparatus. : HOIST
33. Cupola. : DOME
35. Headline subject. : COMMONMARKET
37. Hybrid language. : LINGUAFRANCA
38. Biblical giant. : ANAK
39. Clan symbol. : TOTEM
40. Skiing race. : SLALOM
43. Tree genus. : ACER
44. Reasons. : WHYS
45. Student: Slang. : AGGIE
46. Places for dances. : BARNS
49. Peaceful. : IRENICAL
51. Corn bread. : PONE
53. Air: Lat. : AER
54. Stamps impressed on coins. : MINTAGES
55. Like modern music. : ATONAL
58. More scanty. : POORER
59. Commotion. : STIR
62. Sibilant signal. : SST
63. Wine bucket. : ICER
65. Begone! : OUT
68. Steals along. : SLINKS
70. Study for an economist. : GEOPOLITICS
71. Successful. : ONTOP
72. Strass. : PASTE
73. Swiss river. : AARE
74. Water vessel of India. : LOTAH
76. Yanks. : GIS
77. Grant. : CEDE
78. St. ___. : IVES
79. Start printing. : GOTOPRESS
81. Big-league players: Abbr. : NATS
85. Small island: Var. : ILOT
86. Detected by scent. : NOSED
88. Turpentine, for one. : THINNER
89. Students. : SENIORS
91. Exposes. : SHOWUPS
95. Bondman. : SERF
98. Writings. : ESSAYS
100. Restrict. : LAMIT
101. Cloyed. : SATED
102. Famous poet. : MOORE
104. Doctrine. : TENET
105. ___, Scientia, Veritas. : ARTES
106. Black: Prefix. : ATRO
107. Pronoun. : THEY
109. ___ precedent. : SETA
110. French river. : CHER
112. College of the Bruins. : UCLA
114. American fabulist. : ADE
115. Indochinese port. : HUE
116. Emeritus: Abbr. : RET

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 18 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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