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OF PEOPLE AND PLACES

New York Times, Sunday, July 10, 1949

Author:
Charles Cross
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 85, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 682 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 140, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 11, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 54
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© 1949, The New York TimesNo. 387
Across
1. Senator from Governor Warren's state. : PEPPER
7. Reddish yellow. : MUSTARD
14. Fred's partner again, after long interval. : GINGER
20. Christian of an Eastern rite. : UNIATE
21. Whole number. : INTEGER
22. Garment and hood worn by Arabs and Moors. : BURNOOSE
24. United States High Commissioner for Germany. : MCCLOY
25. Vigor. : STAMINA
26. Logogriphs. : ANAGRAMS
27. Persian title. : MIR
28. Discoverer of the spectrum (1642–1727). : NEWTON
30. One on Attlee's side. : LABORITE
32. Part of Italy. : TOE
33. City in Oklahoma. : ENID
35. Close the eyes of, in falconry. : SEEL
36. ___ little Indians. : TEN
37. Silent. : MUTE
38. Emitted. : SENT
39. Intertwined. : LACED
41. Farewell: It. : ADDIO
43. "Galloping dominoes." : DICE
44. Diffuses. : SHEDS
45. Sound of thunder. : PEAL
47. Hungarian patriot (1802–94). : KOSSUTH
50. Sure: Dial. : SHO
51. What Sarah Churchill, Winston's daughter, is. : ACTRESS
54. Family name of new quadruplets in Bronx. : COLLINS
55. Hero of oldest English epic. : BEOWULF
59. Crustacean food. : SHRIMP
60. Recipients of gifts. : DONEES
61. That which devitalizes. : DEADENER
62. City in Ukraine, on the Dnieper. : KIEV
63. Shut noisily. : SLAM
65. Soaks. : RETS
67. Want ___. : ADS
68. City on the Truckee. : RENO
69. Lofty. : STEEP
71. Mr. Roper. : ELMO
73. Bicker or cavil. : PETTIFOG
76. What shrews do. : NAG
77. Flags like the French one. : TRICOLORS
80. Forming of rational ideas. : REASONING
82. Peasant of P. I. : TAO
84. Refastened. : REPINNED
86. Scottish naturalist in America (1838–1914). : MUIR
87. Boy Scout founder in U. S. (1850–1941). : BEARD
90. Arab garments. : ABAS
92. Small deer. : ROE
93. Missteps. : ERRS
95. Spreads for drying, as grass. : TEDS
97. Rita's father-in-law. : AGHA
98. Provisions added to documents. : CODICILS
100. Purple, violet or lilac hues. : MAUVES
102. One who concurs. : AGREER
104. Founder of famous waxworks in London. : TUSSAUD
105. Scholar. : BOOKMAN
107. Spanish nobleman. : GRANDEE
108. Kipling's O'Hara. : KIM
109. Brass-wind instruments. : CORNETS
110. Fruit. : LIME
111. De novo. : AGAIN
114. Unmixed. : PURE
115. $10 gold coin. : EAGLE
118. Prohibit. : ESTOP
122. Capital of West German state. : BONN
123. ___ avis. : RARA
124. High, craggy hill. : TOR
126. Way. : ROAD
128. Name meaning princess. : SARA
129. Prison: Slang. : JUG
130. Nebraskan who became Secretary of Navy May 25. : MATTHEWS
132. "Hocked." : PAWNED
134. Hebrew letter. : VAU
135. Indulges in self-praise. : EGOTIZES
137. Acquire as result of efforts. : REALIZE
139. Becomes animated. : WAKENS
141. Formality. : CEREMONY
142. Nullifies. : NEGATES
143. Come out into view. : EMERGE
144. ___ bullet. : TRACER
145. Star of "The Stratton Story." : STEWART
146. Showed boredom in definite way. : YAWNED
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1. Drub. : PUMMEL
2. Live oak. : ENCINA
3. ___ acid, used in explosives. : PICRIC
4. Friend. : PAL
5. Founded in 1440 by Henry VI. : ETON
6. Kings: Sp. : REYES
7. Blurred. : MISTED
8. Incalculable. : UNTOLD
9. What Eddie Dyer calls his star player. : STAN
10. Pro ___. : TEM
11. Nimble. : AGILE
12. Influential French writer (1823–92). : RENAN
13. Colorless. : DRAB
14. Irritate. : GRATE
15. Well-known Anglican dean. : INGE
16. And not. : NOR
17. Uncle Sam wears one. : GOATEE
18. Thackeray hero. : ESMOND
19. Fixes again. : RESETS
22. He invented the phrase "cold war." : BARUCH
23. Link. : UNITE
29. Streaks on skin. : WEALS
31. Neglects. : OMITS
34. Dispossessor. : DEPRIVER
36. Stone mason's chisel. : TOOLER
38. Part of the stage set in "South Pacific." : SHOWER
40. Judge. : DEEM
42. Image. : IKON
43. Dingy brown. : DUN
44. Covered for protection. : SHOD
46. Snakes. : ASPS
48. Inert condition. : SLEEP
49. One of same kind. : SISTER
50. Suitable time. : SEASON
51. Solicits. : ASKS
52. Pert girl. : CHIT
53. Spring peepers. : TREETOADS
54. Familiar. : COMMON
55. City in Indiana. : BEDFORD
56. Not occupied. : UNENGAGED
57. Russian river. : LENA
58. Belt loop for a sword. : FROG
60. Trifles. : DALLIES
61. First-rate things: Slang. : DAISIES
64. One of Europe's unemployed monarchs. : LEOPOLD
66. Stanch. : STEM
70. Mohammedan saint. : PIR
72. Caen's river. : ORNE
74. Draw tighter. : TAUTEN
75. Piece that affords bearing surface. : GIB
78. Element of rare-earth group. : CERIUM
79. Homily. : SERMON
81. Proximity. : NEARNESS
82. Discernment of right thing to do or say. : TACT
83. ___ ben Adhem. : ABOU
85. Alfred ___ of "Kiss Me, Kate." : DRAKE
88. Dr. Syngman ___, Korean President. : RHEE
89. Challenge. : DARE
91. Small finch. : SISKIN
94. Fort where Civil War started : SUMTER
96. Hindu garment. : SARI
99. Biblical redhead. : CAIN
101. Vessels: Anat. : VASA
103. Resolute. : GAME
105. Senator against repeal of Arms Embargo, 1939. : BORAH
106. Crude material. : ORE
107. Collect. : GLEAN
109. Obeisance. : CURTSY
111. Groveling. : ABJECT
112. Defrauder: Colloq. : GOUGER
113. ___ wool. : ANGORA
114. Plate. : PATEN
116. Browser. : GRAZER
117. Meanest. : LOWEST
119. Hostel. : TAVERN
120. Fruit. : ORANGE
121. Lingered. : PAUSED
123. "The ___," Tojo's nickname. : RAZOR
124. Cheep. : TWEET
125. Missouri river. : OSAGE
127. Recent traveler in Europe. : DEWEY
130. Imitate. : MIME
131. Sea eagles. : ERNS
132. Fiber from century plant. : PITA
133. Gazelle of Sudan. : DAMA
136. Detective: Slang. : TEC
138. Maxim. : LAW
140. London suburb. : KEW

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 52 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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