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New York Times, Tuesday, July 22, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30, Avg Word Len: 5.57, Missing: { H J K Q U X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.33)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,129
Across
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Camille's true love. : ARMAND
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Israel's most modern city. : TELAVIV
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Miss Steber of the Met. : ELEANOR
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Miss Coca of TV. : IMOGENE
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Obstinate and dull. : ASININE
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Apartment house dwellers. : TENANTS
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Part of a radio program. : GAG
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Vaulting. : LEAPING
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Toy for a boy. : TOP
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Catania's mountain. : ETNA
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Lake made by Hoover Dam. : MEAD
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Part of a mullioned window. : PANE
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Security for payment. : LIEN
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A host for summer Olympics, 1952. : FINN
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Light: French. : LEGER
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Precursors of the mangle. : SADIRONS
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Boll weevils. : BORERS
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A Senator and a Princess. : MARGARETS
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In the direction of. : TOWARD
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Emulated the Johnston office. : CENSORED
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Having wings. : ALATE
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Pleat. : FOLD
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Subject of a speech by Juliet. : NAME
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Split asunder. : RIVE
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Tributary of the Colorado. : GILA
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Stricken. : SMIT
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She played "Pandora." : AVA
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Vehemently rebuked. : BERATED
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Hole in ___. : ONE
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Bill of fare for dieters. : NIBBLES
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Girls named after the Lily Maid. : ELAINES
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Member of the bony fishes. : TELEOST
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Item at the bargain counter. : REMNANT
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Brother of Electra. : ORESTES
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Most rational. : SANEST
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District in London, once called Whitefriars. : ALSATIA
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Held sway. : REIGNED
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Product of three billion years. : MAN
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Indigo plant. : ANIL
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What Mother Hubbard's dog had. : NONE
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Considering the possibility of. : DREAMING
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An artist, or a red-yellow color. : TITIAN
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Make corrections. : EMEND
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Senator from Louisiana. : LONG
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Ismailian leader. : AGA
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Finger-hole in a wind instrument. : VENTAGE
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Chanter. : INTONER
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Evening prayers or devotions. : VESPERS
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Jeanne who played Miss Sadie Thompson. : EAGELS
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U. S. Naval Air Training Base. : PENSACOLA
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What the Disney artists do. : ANIMATE
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Alabama's Governor. : PERSONS
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Mr. Frick of baseball. : FORD
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A considerable number: Colloq. : LOTS
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Exceptional. : RARE
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Big ___ State, Tennessee. : BEND
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Story tellers. : RELATERS
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Italian seaport on the Mediterranean. : TARANTO
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Antony and Caesar. : OLIVIER
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Capable of undulation. : WAVABLE
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Helen Hunt Jackson's heroine, and others. : RAMONAS
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High in office. : EMINENT
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Dislike intensely. : DETEST
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The best quality of certain articles of commerce. : FIRSTS
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Barnyard birds. : GEESE
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Fountain pen faux pas. : BLOT
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Ancient Greek city in lower Italy. : ELEA
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"___ the torpedoes!" : DAMN
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Egyptian god of pleasure. : BES
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Feminine suffix. : INE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 2 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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