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New York Times, Friday, June 27, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 297 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
David Steinberg notes:

Original 17-Across clue had no comma after underscore; added one. In 22-Across, title should have been "The Arabian Nights"; didn't change it.

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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,104
Across
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Mementos of a vacation. : SNAPS
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River into the Baltic. : ODER
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Baby's utterance of joy. : CROW
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One of a famous trio. : WOMAN
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Put in a bad temper. : RILE
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Girl's name. : LILI
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"All ___," by Irving Berlin. : ALONE
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Symbol of the U. S. A. : BALDEAGLE
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President Videla of Chile. : GONZALEZ
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Name out of the "Arabian Nights." : HASSAN
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Supplemented (with "out"). : EKED
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Buckaroo's broncho. : HOSS
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Product of New York State. : CLARET
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Do law business in a tricky way. : PETTIFOG
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Projecting edge of a pitcher. : LIP
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Pertaining to a nobleman. : DUCAL
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Orkney Island's famous Flow. : SCAPA
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Religious teacher of India. : ALIM
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A monk next in dignity to an abbott. : PRIOR
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A leftover on a tailor's floor. : SNIP
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One of the surveyors of a well-known line. : MASON
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Welcoming sign. : ENTER
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Single, through agreement. : ONE
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What Rip Van Winkle imbibed too much of. : SCHNAPPS
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What Casey did. : FANNED
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Product of a chimney. : SMUT
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At this juncture. : HERE
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Part of a railroad crossing sign. : LISTEN
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Until we see each other again: Fr. : AUREVOIR
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Sherlock Holmes' famed cape. : INVERNESS
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Vermont's granite city. : BARRE
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Propounder of the future. : SEER
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Discordia's counterpart. : ERIS
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Describing Never-Never Land. : IDEAL
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Alexander Hamilton is pictured on these. : TENS
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Kin of the oxcart. : DRAY
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A common weed. : TANSY
Down
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Freebooter's prize. : SWAG
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___ contendere (I am unwilling to contend). : NOLO
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Theban god. : AMON
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Describing a mechanized armored force. : PANZER
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Got in without notice. : SNEAKED
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"That ___ maiden, with white fire laden . . . " : ORBED
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President of Mexico, 1877–80, 1884–1911. : DIAZ
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Right-angled extension. : ELL
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Right off the griddle. : REDHOT
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Contents of the Five-Foot Shelf. : CLASSICS
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Arranges by fraudulent means. : RIGS
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Jar used in cooling water by evaporation. : OLLA
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A European capital. : WIEN
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Middle, Near and Far. : EASTS
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Relaxation. : LETUP
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Serf in ancient Sparta. : HELOT
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Fish food. : CLAMS
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Flower called the prince's-feather. : LILAC
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Very silly. : APISH
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Diligent effort. : PAINS
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Striped scarflike vestment. : FANON
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Think, in humorous use. : OPINE
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Stared in astonishment. : GAPED
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Grew along the ground, as a plant. : CREPT
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Jabberwock, Geryon, griffin. : MONSTERS
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Submit for decision. : REFER
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Christener. : NAMER
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Chafing dish specialty. : RAREBIT
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Played jeu de mots. : PUNNED
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Where the Diamond and Ruby Mountains are. : NEVADA
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Bad girl of olden days. : HUSSY
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Theme of one of Koko's songs. : LIST
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Kin of curare. : INEE
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Norse name. : SVEN
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Where the Hwang Ho flows. : ASIA
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Gov. Long of Honolulu. : OREN
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She dies with Cleopatra. : IRAS
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Have faith in. : RELY
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Judge wrongly. : ERR

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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