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New York Times, Monday, July 23, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { Q V W Y }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 764
Across Down
1. An angel of comfort to man. : GABRIEL
8. Tilts. : JOUSTS
14. Florida tourist resort. : ORLANDO
15. Italian leader of Christian Democrats (with de). : GASPERI
16. Put to flight. : SCATTER
17. Principal Slavic language. : RUSSIAN
18. Former editor of La Prensa, Gainza ___. : PAZ
19. Gov. Schricker's state. : INDIANA
21. One of a series of sharp turns or angles. : ZIG
22. Ancient region near the Dead Sea. : EDOM
24. Parody. : SKIT
25. Tranquilize. : LULL
26. Girl's nickname. : LINA
27. Proposed third person genderless pronoun. : THON
28. Thick soup. : PUREE
29. One of the biggest bargains in the price war. : ASPIRIN
31. Heino and Haegg. : RACERS
32. Part of a stage setting. : PROP
33. Well-known woman writer. : LUCE
34. Peruse again. : REREAD
37. New French luxury liner. : LIBERTE
40. Embellish. : ADORN
41. Orientals hate to lose this. : FACE
42. Barber's word. : NEXT
44. Records on a previous sound track. : DUBS
45. Money from sale of admission tickets. : GATE
46. Otherwise. : ELSE
47. Summer dessert. : ICE
48. They were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1947. : FRIENDS
51. Sport or merriment. : FUN
52. "The Philippine Sea." : CARRIER
54. Crew of 52 Across. : SAILORS
56. Makes melodious. : ATTUNES
57. Devour. : ENGORGE
58. Man's name. : LESTER
59. Divested of covering. : DENUDED
1. The record contained in the first four books of the New Testament. : GOSPEL
2. Region of untroubled quiet. : ARCADIA
3. Publishes far and wide. : BLAZONS
4. Hair pad. : RAT
5. Principal god of the Incas. : INTI
6. Famous British Anthony. : EDEN
7. British title. : LORDSHIP
8. Pleasure excursion. : JAUNT
9. Mountain in Greece. : OSSA
10. ___ and downs. : UPS
11. Taking by force. : SEIZURE
12. Movable home. : TRAILER
13. Where Doris Hart shines. : SINGLES
15. Help for India. : GRAIN
20. Sacred image: Var. : IKON
23. Cartographers. : MAPPERS
25. Scenic lake in Switzerland. : LUCERNE
27. Walked. : TROD
28. Secretary of the Army. : PACE
30. Where Harriman is meditating. : IRAN
31. Country bumpkin. : RUBE
33. Permitted. : LICENSED
34. Political extremist. : RADICAL
35. Enlighten. : EDUCATE
36. Governor of Rhode Island. : ROBERTS
37. Tardy. : LATE
38. ___ Taylor, who was prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials. : TELFORD
39. Issue; arise. : EXSURGE
41. Festivals. : FAIRS
43. Stretched tight. : TENSED
45. First name of Hollywood star. : GREER
48. Governor of Pennsylvania. : FINE
49. Jutlander. : DANE
50. Symbol. : SIGN
53. Narrow track in a road. : RUT
55. Mr. Little. : LOU

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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