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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, July 29, 1945

Author:
Jack Luzzatto
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 178, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.04, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 651 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 148, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 55
Jack Luzzatto has 292 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
David Steinberg notes:

In 99-Across clue, changed comma after underscore to period.

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© 1945, The New York TimesNo. 181
Across
1
Doughfoot. : SOLDIER
8
Rovers of the deep. : SAILORS
15
Pacific spearheads. : MARINES
22
Taking fire. : AKINDLE
23
Base. : IGNOBLE
24
Sustenance. : ALIMENT
25
French poet and African trader (1854–91). : RIMBAUD
26
Famed Roman palace. : FARNESE
27
Permission to go ashore. : LIBERTY
28
Black cuckoo. : ANI
29
Man solo. : STAG
31
Small deer. : ROES
32
Pinnacle. : PEAK
34
Leader of Red River Rebellion, Canada, 1869. : RIEL
35
Decline. : WANE
37
Grant of land in Hindu law. : ENAM
39
Creamy brews. : ALES
41
Caustics. : LYES
43
Title of respect in India. : SRI
44
Quits Morpheus. : AWAKES
46
Sailor. : MIDDY
48
Grau San Martin's country. : CUBA
50
Spots on Mars. : OASES
52
Cabbages. : KALES
53
Cat genus. : FELIS
54
Sound argument. : CASE
55
Disclose. : IMPART
56
Natives of N. E. Africa. : SOMALIS
58
Freed Dutch neighbor. : DANE
59
Independent. : FREE
60
Little white lie. : FIB
63
Buddhist language. : PALI
64
Take as one's own. : ADOPT
66
Right conduct: Chinese. : TAO
67
Church festival. : XMAS
71
Cruel man. : OGRE
73
Fair of face. : HANDSOME
75
Substantives. : NOUNS
77
Arab garment. : ABA
78
Indian province next to Bihar. : ORISSA
80
Italian bell town. : ATRI
81
Eternity. : AEON
82
Less ruddy. : PALER
84
Port next to Hong Kong. : CANTON
85
From dark to dawn. : OVERNIGHT
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Mitigator of Cape Horn. : PANAMA
88
Yclept. : HIGHT
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Moselle tributary. : SAAR
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Principate on S. W. coast of Arabia. : ASIR
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Aromatic mint. : ORIGAN
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Numeral. : ONE
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Skip, in music. : SALTO
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Written laws. : STATUTES
98
Tibetan monk. : LAMA
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"—bird thou never ___."—Shelley. : WERT
101
Bombast: Slang. : GAS
102
Flower goddess. : FLORA
103
Growing, as a potato. : EYED
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Pouch. : SAC
106
One thing. : UNIT
108
Falsifier. : LIAR
109
Harangues. : TIRADES
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Where Balik Papan is. : BORNEO
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Liquid-solid dish. : SOUP
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Daybreaks. : MORNS
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South African prairie. : VELDT
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Spaces. : AREAS
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Word meaning indivisible. : ATOM
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French mandate, Near East. : SYRIA
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Course madly. : CAREER
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Jap. : NIP
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Biblical weed. : TARE
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Arab chieftain. : EMIR
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Jewel of the night. : STAR
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Gay-pay-oo. : OGPU
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Sicilian invasion town. : GELA
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Sunday gravure section. : ROTO
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Neglect. : OMIT
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Verve. : ELAN
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Goshawk: Scot. : GOS
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Villain's work. : KNAVERY
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Ready. : PREPARE
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Height of the world. : EVEREST
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Turkish. : OTTOMAN
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More fatigued. : TIREDER
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Waking dream. : REVERIE
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Sharpest. : KEENEST
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Thinner. : SPARSER
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Disputed Italian port. : TRIESTE
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Borneo state on S. China sea. : SARAWAK
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Costliest Pacific battle. : OKINAWA
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At the threshold. : LIMINAL
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Ex-German news agency. : DNB
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Slayer of Castor. : IDAS
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Washes out. : ELUTES
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Angular fortification. : REDAN
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Wife of Thor. : SIF
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Seaweed substance. : AGAR
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Forays. : INROADS
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Wanting company. : LONELY
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Corpulent. : OBESE
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Novelist buried at Upolu. : RLS
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Percolate. : SEEP
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Peninsula next to Singapore. : MALAYA
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Similar. : ALIKE
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Bone. : RIB
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Caucasian Georgian. : IMER
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Portia's waiting woman. : NERISSA
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Incoming one. : ENTERER
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Fashion designer. : STYLIST
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Freed French general. : GAMELIN
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River west of Berlin. : ELBE
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Pieces out. : EKES
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By-passed Marshall island. : MILI
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Meager. : SCANT
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Uncertain number. : SOME
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Classic fabulist. : ESOP
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Calamity. : DISASTER
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Custom. : USE
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Peak. : APEX
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Mike's predecessor. : FALA
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Promontory. : CAPE
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Press. : IRON
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American naval strategist. : MAHAN
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America's mightiest bomber. : DOMINATOR
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Goat-man. : FAUN
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Port retaken by Chinese. : FOOCHOW
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King Arthur's mother. : IGRAINE
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Bearer of anything. : BRINGER
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Leader of Rhode Island Rebellion, 1842. : DORR
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Honk. : TOOT
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Rich Spanish wines. : MALAGAS
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Isle taken with Tarawa. : ABEMAMA
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New York health resort. : SARANAC
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Baltic state native. : ESTH
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Mindanao metropolis. : DAVAO
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Independence advocate in India. : NEHRU
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Nautical pole. : SPAR
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Lushes. : SOTS
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Fomenter. : AGITATOR
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Indigo. : ANIL
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Grain food. : OATS
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Munich's river. : ISAR
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Sat for portrait. : POSED
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Wooden lath. : SLAT
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Premium on currency exchange. : AGIO
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Insult. : SLAP
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Moluccan island base. : TERNATE
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Fledgling hawk. : EYAS
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Tasty fish. : TUNA
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North Adriatic port. : FIUME
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Hindu angel. : DEVA
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Snuggle down. : NEST
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Old card game. : LOO
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Messenger of Zeus. : IRIS
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One late at school: Rare. : SERO
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Great Thailand base. : BANGKOK
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Eastern province of Cuba. : ORIENTE
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Silver again. : REPLATE
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Let it stand. : STET
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Swarms. : MYRIADS
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Hosiery knitters. : LEGGERS
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Put. : DEPOSIT
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Guardian of money. : TRUSTEE
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Begone: Var. : AROYNT
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Silly smile. : SIMPER
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Hankerer. : CRAVER
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Capital of Pas-de-Calais. : ARRAS
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One of the Fates. : MOERA
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Wary. : ALERT
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Stratford's stream. : AVON
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Makes a choice. : OPTS
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Brooklyn outcrop. : TREE
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Moles. : NEVI
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Uncle: Dial. : EME
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Chute cord. : RIP
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Lapse. : ERR
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Female ruff: Var. : REE

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 51 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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