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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, July 16, 1944

Author:
Harriot T. Cooke
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 83, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 603 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 168, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 83
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© 1944, The New York TimesNo. 127
Across
1. Shipbuildiing center, Isle of Wight. : COWES
6. "The bridge of ___."—Euclid. : ASSES
11. City on the Elbe. : RIESA
16. Deer. : STAG
20. Paper city in Maine. : ORONO
21. Dawn. : SUNUP
22. City on the Missouri. : OMAHA
23. Country visited by Wallace. : CHINA
24. Piebald horses. : PINTOS
26. Air base on Adriatic. : BARI
27. Japanese salmon. : MASU
28. ___ Lyttleton. : OLIVER
29. Fan-shaped algae. : PADINAS
31. Loot. : PILLAGE
33. Christian names: Fr. : PRENOMS
34. Physical forces. : ENERGIES
36. Modern implement of war. : PLANE
37. Superseded Premier. : BADOGLIO
38. Seldom. : RARE
39. Natives of Riga. : LATVIANS
41. Famous Smith. : KATE
42. Capital of Shensi Province. : SIAN
43. Gruel. : PORRIDGE
44. Where Ambassador Steinhardt is stationed. : ANKARA
46. Molding device. : SHAPER
50. To leeward. : ALEE
51. Flies. : FLEES
52. Alcoholic drink. : VODKA
57. Where Wewak is. : PAPUA
58. Nazimova. : ALLA
59. Top-notch: Slang. : SUPER
60. Taxed. : LEVIED
61. Lighted. : ALIT
62. Jewish month. : NISAN
63. She threw the apple of discord. : ERIS
64. River from Pyrenees to Bay of Biscay. : GARONNE
65. Infusion. : TEA
66. Ask payment again. : REDUN
67. "Waterloo was won on the playing fields of ___"—Wellington. : ETON
68. Famous Abolitionist (1805–79). : GARRISON
69. Science of race improvement. : EUGENICS
71. Was resurrected. : RESURGED
73. Precursor of the minuet. : GALLIARD
76. Siouan Indian. : OTOE
78. Pronged. : TINED
79. Yarn measure. : LEA
82. Moistens with oil. : ANOINTS
83. Personnel of a bomber. : CREW
84. Quote a price on the Bourse. : COTER
85. Radio program. : NEWS
86. Beard worn by Napoleon III. : GOATEE
87. Torch-singer. : SHORE
88. "Doughboy general's" given name. : OMAR
89. Dogma. : TENET
90. More reasonable. : SANER
91. Spreads. : SPANS
92. Culture medium. : AGAR
93. City on Gulf of Taranto. : SIBARI
94. City on Honshu Island. : SAKATA
96. Introduce. : INITIATE
98. Onion. : CEPA
102. Girl's name. : LOIS
103. Disney film. : FANTASIA
104. Voters against 18th Amendment. : WETS
108. Islands used as U. S. base. : ALEUTIAN
110. Italian port. : GENOA
111. ___ War of 1812. : TERRAPIN
113. Military title. : MARSHAL
114. Half-breed. : MULATTO
116. Kind of seaweed. : SEALACE
117. Indians. : PIUTES
118. St. ___, walled city in invasion area. : MALO
119. City in Pas-de-Calais area. : AIRE
121. Thin. : DILUTE
122. Fail to see. : UNSEE
123. Eroded. : EATEN
124. Amphibians. : TOADS
126. Grief: Poet. : DOLOR
127. Forecaster. : SEER
128. Garb. : DRESS
129. Done. : ENDED
130. Glasses: Colloq. : SPECS
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1. Essential war material. : COPPER
2. Name for Queen Bess. : ORIANA
3. Marvel. : WONDER
4. All. : ENTIRE
5. Madame Chiang's maiden name. : SOONG
6. Because. : AS
7. War vessel. : SUB
8. Break. : SNAP
9. Of a Greek tragic poet. : EURIPIDEAN
10. Overflow. : SPILLAGE
11. Italians. : ROMANS
12. Reflection. : IMAGE
13. Relieve. : EASE
14. Son of Ra. : SHU
15. Lava. : AA
16. Chinese dry measures. : SHINGS
17. City east of Rome. : TIVOLI
18. Lack of red corpuscles. : ANEMIA
19. Mrs. Miniver. : GARSON
23. Egyptian queen. : CLEO
25. Navy man. : SAILOR
28. Rule. : ORDER
30. Dry. : SEAR
32. Passageway. : LANE
33. Two-edged swords. : PATAS
35. Shipping center in Pomerania. : STRALSUND
37. Wilson's Secretary of War. : BAKER
40. Italian historian (1275–1348). : VILLANI
41. Joints. : KNEES
43. Legume. : PEA
44. Of high mountains. : ALPINE
45. Affirmed. : AVERRED
46. Quarrel. : SPAT
47. Patriot of 1776. : HALE
48. Samoan seaport. : APIA
49. Deposit. : PUT
51. Great rage. : FURORE
53. Egg-shaped. : OVOID
54. Repeats tiresomely. : DINS
55. Numbers game. : KENO
56. Port in S. W. Arabia. : ADEN
58. Assistants. : AIDERS
59. Cliveden ___. : SET
60. Bigger. : LARGER
62. Deny. : NEGATE
64. Former Vice President. : GARNER
66. Despoilers. : RUINERS
67. Chemical compounds. : ESTERS
68. Instrumentalist. : GUITARIST
69. Crack Nazi regiment. : ELITE
70. Long cigar. : CORONA
72. Mouthlike openings. : STOMATA
73. Jokes: Colloq. : GAGS
74. Wild ox. : ANOA
75. Temporary use. : LOAN
77. Be indebted. : OWE
79. Siberian river with 300 tributaries. : LENA
80. Jug. : EWER
81. Italian city. : ASTI
83. Talks. : CHATS
84. Reflective thought. : COGITATION
85. Pen point. : NEB
87. Where Toledo is. : SPAIN
89. Neckwear. : TIE
91. Toast. : SKOAL
92. Make foot-notes. : ANNOTATE
93. Gazed. : STARED
95. False name. : ALIAS
96. Adjective suffix. : IANA
97. Cries of woe. : AIES
98. College grounds. : CAMPUS
99. John Barrymore's fourth wife. : ELAINE
100. Con. : PERUSE
101. South wind. : AUSTER
103. Criminals. : FELONS
104. Powerful blow: Slang. : WALLOP
105. Shoulder: Fr. : EPAULE
106. Sound of a clock: Var. : TICTOC
107. Shows contempt. : SNEERS
109. Pronoun. : THEE
110. Heraldic markings. : GULES
112. Air ___. : RAIDS
114. Ship's officer. : MATE
115. Toward the mouth. : ORAD
118. Injure. : MAR
120. Dutch city. : EDE
123. Boy's nickname. : ED
125. Gov. Sharpe's State: Abbr. : SD

Answer summary: 15 unique to this puzzle, 68 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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