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New York Times, Thursday, July 19, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { H Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 760
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1. Lord Haw Haw's real name. : JOYCE
6. Part of the Navy. : SUBS
10. Down with: French. : ABAS
14. City in New York. : OLEAN
15. Song. : ARIA
16. Former capital of Mongolian Republic. : URGA
17. A range of The Rockies. : UINTA
18. Israeli visitor to U. S. : BENGURION
20. Mrs. Stephen Vincent Benét. : ROSEMARY
22. Dress stone. : NIDGE
23. Auctioneer's word. : GONE
24. Hound excessively. : BEDOG
26. Agreement. : ACCORD
29. Malignant. : VIRULENT
32. Wild animal homes. : LAIRS
33. Hiawatha built one. : CANOE
34. Edible seed. : PEA
35. Carousal. : ORGY
36. Irks. : BORES
37. Seaport in Ireland. : CORK
38. Greek letter. : ETA
39. Yankee pitcher. : LOPAT
40. Slice. : CARVE
41. Treacherous persons. : SERPENTS
43. Fashionable society. : BONTON
44. Soprano Emma ___. : EAMES
45. Part of a fishhook. : BARB
46. The same. : DITTO
48. Boots made of reindeer skin, with fur inside. : FINNESKO
52. Army command. : ATTENTION
55. Turkish Ambassador in Washington. : ERKIN
56. A certain age. : TEEN
57. Hong ___. : KONG
58. Quaver. : TRILL
59. Previously: Archaic. : ERST
60. Atop. : ONTO
61. Dejectedly. : SADLY
1. Opposite of nuit. : JOUR
2. Potpourri. : OLIO
3. Longings: Slang. : YENS
4. Comprehensive division. : CATEGORY
5. Charms. : ENAMORS
6. F-86 jet plane. : SABRE
7. Noted American chemist. : UREY
8. Storage compartment. : BIN
9. Hang unevenly. : SAG
10. Vincent of France. : AURIOL
11. City on Long Island Sound. : BRIDGEPORT
12. Filled with excitement. : AGOG
13. Rational. : SANE
19. Not proper. : UNDUE
21. Conjunction. : AND
24. He devised the first successful intelligence test. : BINET
25. God of love. : EROS
26. Medicinal plants. : ALOES
27. Bill of fare. : CARTE
28. Former black market currency in Europe. : CIGARETTES
29. Spanish length measures. : VARAS
30. Mexican representative on U. N. Good Offices Committee. : NERVO
31. Captured. : TAKEN
33. Egyptians. : COPTS
36. Fibula. : BONE
37. Fast British bomber. : CANBERRA
39. Peach of a ballplayer for Cleveland. : LEMON
40. Musical instruments. : CORNETS
42. Manifest. : PATENT
43. Bar. : BAN
45. Popular game. : BINGO
46. Appointment. : DATE
47. Roman road. : ITER
48. A spring. : FONT
49. Slip. : SKID
50. Defeat or veto as a legislative bill. : KILL
51. Sole. : ONLY
53. Boxing decision. : TKO
54. Electrified particle. : ION

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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