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New York Times, Friday, June 8, 1951

33-Down : Horsemen of the South American plains.

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26, Avg Word Len: 5.69, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 296 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 100, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 719
Across
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Author of a plan for European resources. : SCHUMAN
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Deus ex ___. : MACHINA
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Citizen of Egypt. : CAIRENE
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In rebellion. : UPRISEN
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Carpet material. : RUGGING
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This bombards the atom. : NEUTRON
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White-faced. : ASHEN
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Ousted President of Panama. : ARIAS
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In the style of. : ALA
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Cries of contempt. : PAHS
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T. R.'s favorite chastiser. : STICK
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___ motif, identifying theme. : LEIT
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Seventh Greek letter. : ETA
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Former German government. : REICH
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___ face, a complete reversal. : VOLTE
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Fetch back. : RETRIEVE
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Nosegays. : POSIES
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Ralph Kiner's frequent destination. : HOMEPLATE
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Red bookkeeping. : DEBITS
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Transforming. : ALTERING
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English Shakespearean actor. : EVANS
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Diplomatic footwear. : SPATS
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Baaing sound. : MAA
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Climbing stem of a plant. : BINE
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Very small. : TEENY
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Black market man: Gr. Britain. : SPIV
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Calculate. : ADD
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Mother: Span. : MADRE
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A close ___. : SHAVE
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Theatre capacity. : SEATING
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Make even again. : RELEVEL
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Gulp greedily. : ENGORGE
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Ear stone. : OTOLITE
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Metal copies of printing plates. : STEREOS
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Tongue-lashed. : SCOLDED
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Paint remover. : SCRAPER
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Make happen. : CAUSATE
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Diplomatic headwear. : HIGHHAT
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Impels to some action. : URGES
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Chow ___. : MEIN
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Actress Blyth. : ANN
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No. : NEGATIVE
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Cradle of Hitlerism. : MUNICH
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Vertical, as an anchor. : APEAK
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The leg between femur and ankle. : CRUS
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Earned base. : HIT
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Citizen of 3-year-old land. : ISRAELI
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Synthetic shoe sole. : NEOLITE
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Bishop's first-year revenue. : ANNATES
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Fine white drawing surface. : RICEPAPER
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Appears. : SEEMS
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Defeated one. : LOSER
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Mass disorders. : RIOTS
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Citizens' corrective power. : VOTES
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Highway for a Wagnerian journey. : RHINE
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Wimbledon tennis champion, Budge ___. : PATTY
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Horsemen of the South American plains. : LLANEROS
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Corrupts. : DEBASES
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There to be seen. : EVIDENT
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Roll of gauze. : BANDAGE
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Fearless. : IMPAVID
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Artless simplicity. : NAIVETE
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Pounded, judgelike. : GAVELED
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Marsh grasses. : SEDGES
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Xavier Cugat specialty. : TANGO
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Regatta racing boat. : SHELL
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Bog down. : MIRE
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Swamp: Dial. : SLOO
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High crag. : TOR
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And so forth. : ETC

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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