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WITH CLUES FROM THE NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, July 11, 1943

Author: Archie S. Kreiling
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 178, Blocks: 84, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 685 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 147, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 101
Archie S. Kreiling has 10 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1943, The New York TimesNo. 74
Across Down
1. Jap-dominated island east of French Indo-China. : HAINAN
7. Given name of Price Administrator. : PRENTISS
15. Bombed port of Sicily. : MESSINA
22. Adorned elaborately. : ORNATE
23. Recently deceased Japanese admiral. : YAMAMOTO
24. Flies a bomber. : AVIATES
25. Sickleman. : REAPER
26. Clique. : CLUB
27. Fiddle: Colloq. : SAW
28. Makes a redraft. : REDRAWS
29. Roman Emperor before Galba. : NERO
30. "Cadenus and ___," poem by Swift. : VANESSA
33. Adolescent years. : TEENS
35. Toward the sheltered side. : ALEE
36. Shade tree. : ELM
37. First wife of Zeus. : METIS
38. Give name, French Chief of Government. : PIERRE
40. Blackish. : SWART
41. Cold vegetable dish : SALAD
42. Unharness. : UNHORSE
44. Chinese pagoda. : TAA
45. Desires with eagerness. : ASPIRES
48. Discolor. : STAIN
49. Cravat. : NECKTIE
53. Red Bordeaux wine. : CLARET
54. British general (1757–1829). : BAIRD
55. Former U. S. Ambassador to the U.S.S.R. : DAVIES
58. Improver of printing press (1812–1886). : HOE
59. Charters. : HIRES
60. Spoiled paper. : SALLE
61. Commanding General, Army Air Forces. : ARNOLD
62. Secretary of State. : HULL
63. First Russian ruler to take the title "Czar," 1547. : IVAN
64. Given name of author of "Divina Commedia." : DANTE
65. Faneuil Hall or "___ of Liberty." : CRADLE
66. Members of the Folketing. : DANES
67. Hebrew letter : MEM
68. Former Archbishop of Canterbury. : LANG
69. Raisin cake, in South Africa. : BANKET
70. Unite. : WELD
71. Hardening. : ENURING
73. German soldiers. : JERRIES
75. U. S. Rubber Director. : JEFFERS
78. Drink intemperately. : SOAK
79. Prophet bribed by Balak to curse Israel. : BALAAM
80. Stronghold. : FORT
81. Arikara. : REE
82. Assyrian god of military prowess. : ASHUR
84. Lose one's mind. : DEMENT
85. Pardon: Aphetic. : SCUSE
87. French ecclesiastic's title. : ABBE
88. French city bombed by RAF. : POIX
89. Abnegate. : REJECT
90. A king of Judah. : JOASH
91. Puff out. : BLOAT
92. Norse goddess of healing. : EIR
93. East of. : BEEAST
94. Functions. : ROLES
95. Affluence. : WEALTH
96. Drenched: Colloq. : SLUSHED
98. "King of Lampedusa." : COHEN
99. Recipient of a gift. : GRANTEE
100. Seed container. : POD
101. Arawakan Indian. : TARIANA
104. Winter: Latin : HIEMS
105. Domesticator. : TAMER
108. Waterways. : INLETS
109. Celtic foot soldiers. : KERNS
110. Heights: Abbr. : HTS
113. French commune on Garonne River. : AGEN
114. Poker stakes. : ANTES
115. Fanleaf palm of Ceylon. : TALIPOT
118. Guide: Scot. : AIRT
119. Engineer of N. Y. C. subways (1859–1932). : PARSONS
121. Chicle. : GUM
123. Greatest amount. : MOST
124. Executive director of War Manpower Commission. : APPLEY
126. Bay on coast of Attu. : ETIENNE
127. One of the Aleutians. : AMCHITKA
129. Of the rainbow. : IRIDAL
130. Bugle call. : RETREAT
131. Turnabout : REVERSAL
132. Product resulting from lysis. : LYSATE
1. Vice Chief of Naval Operations. : HORNE
2. Staggering. : AREEL
3. Embrace. : INARM
4. River in Ecuador, 550 miles from Cotopaxi Mt. to Amazon. : NAPO
5. Consumed. : ATE
6. Little cordlike tissue. : NERVELET
7. Spore fruit: Bot. : PYCNID
8. Sounds of breathing. : RALES
9. Australian ratite birds. : EMUS
10. Keepers of door locks. : NABS
11. Trench weapon: Abbr. : TM
12. Island in the Aegean. : IOS
13. Declarer. : STATER
14. Potential reapers. : SOWERS
15. Site of World War I battle. : MARNE
16. Nights before events. : EVES
17. Man's nickname. : SID
18. State in Borneo where Sir James Brooke was "white rajah." : SARAWAK
19. Old Latin Bible text. : ITALA
20. More recent. : NEWER
21. Item of property. : ASSET
31. Mindanao natives : ATAS
32. Plant louse. : APHID
34. Before. : ERE
37. Horses. : MARES
39. Electrified particle. : ION
40. Pouches. : SACS
41. Mermaid. : SIREN
42. Profitable. : UTILE
43. Nostril. : NARE
44. Began a golf game. : TEED
45. Chiming. : ACHIME
46. Bulgarian commune. : SLIVEN
47. Jap naval base at north end of Kuriles. : PARAMUSHIRU
48. Condiment. : SALT
49. Where Aswan Dam is. : NILE
50. Newest Army fighting plane. : THUNDERBOLT
51. Hercules took her captive. : IOLE
52. Food fishes. : EELS
54. Slam. : BANG
55. First Englishman to circumnavigate the globe, 1580. : DRAKE
56. Where Aconcagua is. : ANDES
57. Unit of electromotive force. : VOLT
60. Warbled. : SANG
61. German commander Von ___, captured in Tunisia. : ARNIM
62. Partial. : HALF
64. Humid. : DANK
65. Jewel weight. : CARAT
66. Skillful. : DEFT
68. Prevaricator. : LIAR
69. Noted Mohawk Indian chief (1742–1807). : BRANT
70. Existed. : WERE
72. Commune, Hainaut Province, Belgium. : ROUX
73. Landis of the OCD. : JAMES
74. Choose. : ELECT
75. Banter: Slang. : JOSH
76. Deduction. : REBATE
77. Simmer. : SEETHE
79. Town in Tunisia west of Tunis. : BEJA
80. Potter. : FUSS
82. Monkeys. : APES
83. Dirt. : SOIL
84. Exploit. : DEED
85. Genus of fish. : SOLEA
86. French city, site of German airfield. : CAEN
87. Division of the Scythians. : ALANS
89. American Army surgeon (1851–1902). : REED
90. F. D. R.'s youngest son. : JOHN
91. Rays. : BEAMS
93. Native of Bombay, India. : BHOR
94. Piece of meat. : ROAST
95. Artificial fly for trout fishing. : WRENTAIL
97. Author of "Faerie Queene." : SPENSER
98. One not in army or navy: Slang. : CIT
99. Type of plane: Colloq. : GIRO
101. High explosive. : TNT
102. Sour ale. : ALEGAR
103. Summarize. : RESUME
104. Hebdomadal: weekly. : HEPTAL
105. Small candle. : TAPER
106. Marble. : AGATE
107. Deserve. : MERIT
108. Insertion. : INSET
109. Major Jap base in the Aleutians. : KISKA
110. New England girl in Hawthorne's "Marble Faun." : HILDA
111. Entertain. : TREAT
112. Fashion. : STYLE
114. Two cents in India. : ANNA
116. Prince of Afghanistan. : AMIR
117. Fortunes. : LOTS
118. Egyptian sacred bull. : APIS
120. Individual. : ONE
122. 1105. : MCV
125. Impertinent peeping. : PRY
128. Male. : HE

Answer summary: 16 unique to this puzzle, 85 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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