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GLOBAL REPORTER

New York Times, Sunday, June 24, 1945

Author:
A. H. Cook
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 671 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 162, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 70
Alice H. Cook has 25 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1945, The New York TimesNo. 176
Across
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7th War Loan island. : IWOJIMA
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Island east of Amoy. : FORMOSA
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Voters on July 5. : BRITISH
22
Navy and Marine PBM patrol bomber. : MARINER
23
Evader. : AVOIDER
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Walled city of Po valley, taken by Allies Dec. 5, 1944. : RAVENNA
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Covenant. : PROMISE
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Rend by explosion again. : REBLAST
27
Desert. : ABANDON
28
It has over 6,000,000 members. : AFL
29
Ancient State of China. : TSAO
31
Breakfast item. : ROLLS
32
Related. : AKIN
33
Bore. : IRK
34
Ambassador from Argentina to U. S., 1914. : NAON
36
Destroyers in a convoy. : ESCORTS
38
Lay in. : IMBED
40
Detest. : HATE
41
Units of work. : ERGONS
43
Leg between knee and ankle. : CRUS
44
UNRRA's cargo. : FLOUR
45
Beater. : CANER
46
Amphibious landing in October, 1944. : LEYTE
47
Assistant Secretary of State. : DUNN
48
Manners. : MIENS
49
Teeth. : MOLARS
50
Battleground for 5 2/3 years. : EUROPE
52
Unit for reckoning ship capacity. : TON
53
Acetone. : KETONE
55
Ruined city near Mandalay, former capital of Burma. : AVA
58
Die-hard. : TORY
59
Harsh. : CRUEL
61
___ bomber. : DIVE
62
Indefinite amount. : SUM
65
Unalienable right. : LIBERTY
67
Famous Sussex earldom. : ARUNDEL
69
Strait between Italy and Sicily. : MESSINA
71
___-Yama, largest active volcano in Japan. : ASAMA
72
City in Michigan. : FLINT
73
Lone flights. : SOLOS
75
Sole. : ONLY
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City on the Rhine. : BASEL
77
Large egg. : BLOCKBUSTER
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Make fit by discipline. : TRAIN
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Awry. : AGEE
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Bent portion of axle. : CRANK
82
Dutch News Agency. : ANETA
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Sicilian mountain. : AETNA
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Gaily. : MERRILY
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Perpetrator of horrors in Europe. : GESTAPO
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Rouser. : STIRRER
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Dolt. : ASS
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Be silent: Latin. : TACE
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Book of the Bible. : TITUS
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___ Eireann, Irish Chamber of Deputies. : DAIL
95
Affix. : ADD
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Peelers. : PARERS
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French article. : LES
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Allied Capital. : MOSCOW
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Haltingly. : LAMELY
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Korean port. : FUSAN
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Without. : SANS
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Bumpkins: Slang. : RUBES
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___ towers. : IVORY
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Encloses within walls. : MURES
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Anger. : BILE
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Concur. : ASSENT
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Sleeveless jacket. : VEST
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"Hermit Kingdom." : KOREA
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Delegate to San Francisco Conference. : MOLOTOV
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Blackthorn. : SLOE
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Exist. : ARE
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Are befitting. : SUIT
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Breakfast item. : PRUNE
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Begged. : SUED
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Merriment. : FUN
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Diggers. : DELVERS
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Cooking. : BOILING
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Famous Boston street. : TREMONT
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Unlawful. : ILLICIT
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Pressure. : URGENCY
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Compel obedience. : ENFORCE
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Briskly. : ALERTLY
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UNCIO delegate. : STASSEN
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Revolved. : ROTATED
Down
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Enroll as a jury. : IMPANEL
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Armed conflict. : WARFARE
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Science of mountains. : OROLOGY
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___ Farley. : JIM
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In the beginning: Abbr. : INIT
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Eating places. : MESSES
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Tracts. : AREAS
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Remote. : FAR
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Ravage. : OVERRUN
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V-1 weapons. : ROBOTS
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Secy. of Treasury, 1932–33. : MILLS
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Free hold right of land. : ODAL
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Attached by its base, as a leaf. : SESSILE
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Museum of Modern ___. : ART
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Anti-speeder. : BRAKER
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Mad. : RABID
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Czar of Russia, 1530–1584. : IVAN
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Several, many. : TEN
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Senator Capehart's State. : INDIANA
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Short ___ Club. : SNORTER
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Hungers. : HANKERS
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Take and hold. : OCCUPY
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Maltreated. : ABUSED
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Observe. : NOTE
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River of Normandy. : ORNE
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Religious hermit. : MONK
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Army Mountain Troop Ranch, Pando, Col. : HALE
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What Switzerland is. : NEUTRAL
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Required to pay a penalty. : FINED
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Mountain peaks. : CONES
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Boat. : DORY
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Commander on S. E. Asia front. : MOUNTBATTEN
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Steps in a chess game. : MOVES
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Bosh. : ROT
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Body. : TRUNK
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One of the lesser Sunda Islands. : TIMOR
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Senator Bankhead's State. : ALABAMA
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Faces. : VISAGES
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Degraders. : ABASERS
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Pinocchio's conscience. : CRICKET
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Digger of the Suez Canal. : LESSEPS
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USO singer. : SINATRA
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Without inside covering. : UNLINED
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Robert ___ Hutchins, U. of C. President. : MAYNARD
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High Turkish official. : EMEER
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Onward. : ALONG
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Card game. : LOTTO
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More tender. : SORER
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Senator Pepper's State: Abbr. : FLA
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Grassy field. : LEA
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British historian, Ambassador to U. S., 1907–13. : BRYCE
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Two-toed sloths of Brazil. : UNAUS
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The Nine ___, by Dorothy Sayers. : TAILORS
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Aromatic herb. : CLARY
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European battleground from Sept. 3, 1943. : ITALY
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Mr. Marner. : SILAS
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Impudent talk: Slang. : SASS
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Spasm. : TIC
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City on the Gera. : ERFURT
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Outlet for Ukraine harvests. : DONETS
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Saucy. : PERT
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Certain. : SURE
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St. ___, Channel seaport, N. of Rennes. : MALO
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Wish: Scot. : WUSS
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Yalta palace where Big Three met. : LIVADIA
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Ambassador Harriman. : AVERELL
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River, joins Rhine at Koblenz. : MOSELLE
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Harbor city. : SEAPORT
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Stillness. : SILENCE
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Vosges Mountains pass. : BELFORT
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Utter. : ENOUNCE
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Provided for scantily. : STENTED
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Wet. : MOISTY
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Islands S. E. of Honshu. : BONINS
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Crater lake near Naples. : AVERNO
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Island group N. E. of Hokkaido. : KURIL
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Mountain troops transport. : MULES
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External. : OUTER
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Denomination. : SECT
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Capital of Latvia. : RIGA
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Skillful. : DEFT
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Man: Latin. : VIR
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Vehicle. : BUS
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Woman: Comb. form. : GYN
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Kin of the apteryx. : MOA

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 63 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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