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New York Times, Tuesday, July 1, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J X Y }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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1. Eisenhower's current garb. : MUFTI
6. Public way in a German city. : STRASSE
13. Meatloaf ingredient. : ONION
14. Hoxha, Drees, Mossadegh. : PREMIERS
16. Stitches together with something soft between. : QUILTS
17. His latest novel is "Spark of Life." : REMARQUE
18. Joel Chandler Harris character. : UNCLE
19. Lacking something. : MINUS
20. Language of the Caucasus. : UDI
21. Japanese name. : ITO
22. Endures without change. : STANDS
24. Two bits. : COIN
25. Mohammedan spiritual guides. : PIRS
27. Specialty of the Turkomans. : RUGS
28. Box: French. : BOITE
29. Country enclosed by foreign territory. : ENCLAVE
31. "Integer ___ scelerisque purus." : VITAE
32. Part of a regatta. : RACE
33. A full assortment of printing type. : FONT
34. Grand larceny. : CRIME
36. West Virginian in U. S. Senate. : KILGORE
39. Brilliant light. : FLAME
40. Blanc or Saint-Michel. : MONT
41. Leningrad's waterway. : NEVA
43. Sloping way. : RAMP
44. Come to nothing. : PERISH
46. Joined. : WED
47. Viper. : ASP
48. Copernicus, Kosciusko, Sienkiewicz. : POLES
49. Henry Wallace's middle name. : AGARD
51. Confident backer of Columbus. : ISABELLA
53. Way station in the Atlantic. : AZORES
54. Perle Mesta's headquarters in Luxemburg, for instance. : LEGATION
55. Convalesces. : MENDS
56. The dry, the rainy, and the cold. : SEASONS
57. Made joyous. : BLEST
1. Policeman in a red coat. : MOUNTIE
2. Supporter of the English shield since 1603. : UNICORN
3. Enough to satisfy want. : FILL
4. Carries: Colloq. : TOTES
5. The team at bat. : INS
6. A gin to catch small game. : SPRINGE
7. Moves in particular direction. : TRENDS
8. One of a famous pair of twins. : REMUS
9. Wine vessels. : AMAS
10. Relative of Mynheer and Herr. : SIR
11. California's redwood. : SEQUOIA
12. Full of book learning. : ERUDITE
15. 480-mile river of France. : SEINE
16. Clever remark. : QUIP
19. Pale bluish-purple. : MAUVE
23. Follow exactly. : TRACE
24. Product of Alabama. : COTTON
26. Actd like a nipcheese. : SCRIMP
28. Man of the Metropolitan. : BING
30. Not sound or efficient. : LAME
31. Units of electrical force. : VOLTS
33. Windup. : FINIS
34. College doings. : CLASSES
35. Reckless action or behavior. : RAMPAGE
36. Natives of a troubled peninsula. : KOREANS
37. Guerdons. : REWARDS
38. The unclimbed. : EVEREST
39. Not strong against temptation. : FRAIL
40. U. S. Secretary of Treasury for eleven years. : MELLON
42. Attaches. : ADDS
44. Sister Kenny's concern. : POLIO
45. Witch ___. : HAZEL
48. Goldfish, white mice, etc. : PETS
50. Characterized by faintness or weakness. : GONE
52. Call from a Shropshire. : BAA
53. John Muccio's title: Abbr. : AMB

Answer summary: 8 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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