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ALLUSIONS

New York Times, Sunday, July 13, 1958

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 134, Blocks: 62, Avg Word Len: 5.66, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 546 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 141, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 23, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
Jack Luzzatto has 292 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,302
Across Down
1. Poet Henley, of his fate. : MASTER
7. Eternal. : AGELESS
14. With gas in the tank. : FUELED
20. African native in a colonial army. : ASKARI
21. Go back on a promise: Var. : RENEGUE
22. Encroach on. : INVADE
23. In ___ (as good as won): Slang. : THEBAG
24. Germ. : MICROBE
25. Nicotinic acid. : NIACIN
26. Barges. : TOWS
27. The last. : OMEGA
29. Within the law. : LICIT
31. Noun suffix. : ICS
32. Before. : ERE
33. Toledos. : BLADES
34. Crescents. : LUNES
35. Man's nickname. : PETE
36. Game for Robin Hood. : REDDEER
38. Returns the picture to the wall. : REHANGS
40. Ethiopian city. : HARAR
41. ___ salt. : ATTIC
43. Ten: Prefix. : DECA
44. Slavonic title. : TSAR
46. The labyrinthine bull. : MINOTAUR
49. "Up the ___ mountain . . . " : AIRY
51. Handles dough. : KNEADS
55. Masked-ball costume. : DOMINO
56. "We live and ___ . . . " : LEARN
58. French brandy. : EAUDEVIE
60. Angry. : IRATE
61. With reference to government. : POLITICALLY
63. High, in music. : ALT
64. Magician. : MAGE
65. Raincatcher. : WATERBARREL
66. ___ of Worms. : DIET
67. 11th cen. date. : MII
68. Poet Thomas and others. : CHATTERTONS
69. Swedish port. : MALMO
70. Encircle. : ENSPHERE
72. "Be ye ___ of the word . . . " : DOERS
73. Seraglios. : HAREMS
74. Tell in detail. : RETAIL
75. Don Marquis' "The Old ___." : SOAK
77. Song refrain in "The King and I." : ETCETERA
79. "Wicked Wasp of Twickenham." : POPE
81. A plebian: Slang. : PLEB
83. Liquid part of any fat. : OLEIN
84. Wise men. : SAGES
87. Advanced, as the hour. : LATENED
90. Bar spigots. : ALETAPS
94. ___ patriae. : AMOR
95. Green monkeys. : MONAS
96. Negligent. : REMISS
98. Also. : TOO
99. Aaron's ___. : ROD
100. ___-et-un. : VINGT
101. Something to remember. : ALAMO
102. Budge. : STIR
103. "Or hear old ___ blow his wreathed horn." : TRITON
105. Stinter. : LIMITER
108. Satchel. : VALISE
110. "The ___ of the Angels." : REVOLT
111. Edward ___ Hale. : EVERETT
112. "Mother of ___," the Statue of Liberty. : EXILES
113. Halting places: Fr. : ETAPES
114. Spaniards. : SENORES
115. Meal. : REPAST
1. ___ of fact. : MATTER
2. Home from sea. : ASHORE
3. Set awry. : SKEWED
4. Flaps. : TABS
5. Christian ___. : ERA
6. Operatic jester. : RIGOLETTO
7. Blazoned: Her. : ARMED
8. ___ counter. : GEIGER
9. Packaged. : ENCASED
10. Celtic Neptune. : LER
11. Inner self. : EGO
12. Under the moon. : SUBLUNAR
13. Inasmuch as. : SEEING
14. End of the book. : FINIS
15. One. : UNIT
16. Miss St. Clare. : EVA
17. More frilly. : LACIER
18. Official notices: Lat. : EDICTA
19. Thicker. : DENSER
28. Hémon heroine. : MARIA
30. "___ la vie." : CEST
33. Emphasize. : BETONE
34. Fringed, as petals. : LACINIATE
35. "Gay" place. : PAREE
37. Dweller far from Beersheba. : DANITE
39. Akin to Ruth "amid the alien corn." : HEARTBROKEN
40. Samuel Lover's Andy. : HANDY
42. Sans-___ of the French Revolution. : CULOTTES
45. The last of Yorick. : SKULL
46. Glacial deposit. : MORAINE
47. Amy Lowell, for example. : IMAGIST
48. Rent again. : RELET
50. Craves: 2 wds. : YEARNSTO
52. One who makes use of. : AVAILER
53. "The Doctor's ___." : DILEMMA
54. Bouts: Colloq. : SETTOS
55. Light modifier. : DIMMER
57. Terriers. : AIREDALES
59. Wassail quaffs. : ALES
61. TV emcee. : PAAR
62. Ten million rupees. : CRORE
65. Pup. : WHELP
66. Fear to: Contr. : DARENT
68. Homer's birthplace. : CHIOS
69. Servants in India. : MATIES
71. "A scrap of ___." : PAPER
73. Careens. : HEELSOVER
76. Expressing wish. : OPTATIVE
78. Prospector's deed. : CLAIM
80. Adah's father: Gen. 36. : ELON
82. Scolder. : BERATER
84. Jean-Paul. : SARTRE
85. Love knot: Obs. : AMORET
86. Patroness of Coventry. : GODIVA
88. Camera viewpoints. : ANGLES
89. Expunge. : DELETE
91. The Scourge of God. : ATTILA
92. Balances. : POISES
93. Most grievous: Colloq. : SOREST
95. After-dinner items. : MINTS
97. Markets. : MARTS
100. Meadow mouse. : VOLE
102. "And let ___ the dogs of war." : SLIP
104. Outdo. : TOP
106. "Conservatives after dinner." : MEN
107. Refugee group: Abbr. : IRO
109. An ___ to grind. : AXE

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 16 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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