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New York Times, Thursday, July 5, 1951

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.51, Missing: { B J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 746
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1. Patron of painters and physicians. : STLUKE
7. Mispronounce a word in broadcasting: Slang. : FLUFF
12. Key figure in Washington investigation. : ACHESON
13. Britain's "Bonnie Prince." : CHARLES
15. Governor of the Lone Star State. : SHIVERS
16. Like a crone. : HAGGISH
17. Extinct bird of New Zealand. : MOA
18. Pan-fried. : SAUTE
20. Fight; mixup. : SETTO
21. Girl's name meaning fostering, kind. : ALMA
23. Courage under stress. : NERVE
25. Move about. : STIR
26. Star of "Darkness at Noon." : RAINS
28. Embarks. : SAILS
30. Anne Baxter's star role. : EVE
31. First aid for charley horse. : ARNICA
33. French carriages. : VOITURES
35. Communist government. : SOVIETDOM
37. Predict. : FORETELL
40. Refugee. : EMIGRE
44. ___ de Rivoli. : RUE
45. Sing like a bird. : TRILL
47. Trimmed. : PARED
48. Girl's name. : ETTA
50. Units of weight in the Far East. : TAELS
52. French military cap. : KEPI
53. Let drop a secret: Slang. : SPILL
55. Rookie dropped by Red Sox. : DROPO
57. ___ King Cole. : NAT
58. Methods of computation: Math. : CALCULI
60. Gain or loss in football games. : YARDAGE
62. Pertaining to the sea. : OCEANIC
63. Feared greatly. : DREADED
64. Miss Best and Miss Oliver. : EDNAS
65. Individuals. : SELVES
1. Candidate for an advanced degree. : SCHOLAR
2. Its chloride is vitamin B1. : THIAMIN
3. Third book of the Old Testament: Abbr. : LEV
4. Puts into service. : USES
5. Sacred scripture of Islam. : KORAN
6. Follows. : ENSUES
7. Tighe Woods' agency. : FHA
8. Falls behind. : LAGS
9. Recommends strongly. : URGES
10. One who moves lightly and quickly. : FLITTER
11. Describing Britain. : FESTIVE
12. Capital of Eritrea. : ASMARA
13. Breed of sheep in Scotland. : CHEVIOT
14. Supports by bracing. : SHORES
19. Robert E. Lee's famous horse. : TRAVELLER
22. Herb of the carrot family. : ANISE
24. Omit or slur over. : ELIDE
27. Middle name of the author of "The Star-Spangled Banner." : SCOTT
29. Dance step. : STOMP
32. Turn aside. : AVERT
34. Eskimo boat. : UMIAK
36. Pertaining to a certain epic. : ILIADIC
37. Water painting on damp plaster. : FRESCO
38. Run faster than. : OUTPACE
39. Covered again with glazed slabs. : RETILED
41. Gen. Ridgway's "adornment" in the field. : GRENADE
42. Calls for again. : REPAGES
43. Prepared for publication. : EDITED
46. They will insure you against almost anything. : LLOYDS
49. Highway to Alaska. : ALCAN
51. Bowling score. : SPARE
54. The moon, as a goddess. : LUNA
56. Russian city, scene of World War II battle. : OREL
59. Flower of France. : LIS
61. Man's name: Abbr. : DAV

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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