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LET FREEDOM RING

New York Times, Sunday, July 5, 1959

Author: Jules Arensberg
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 150, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 619 (avg 1.70)
Open Squares: 99, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 10, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 21
Jules Arensberg has 95 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,642
Across Down
1. Co-winner of first Nobel Peace Prize. : PASSY
6. Sudden trial: Colloq. : STAB
10. Take ___ view of (view skeptically). : ADIM
14. Use a straw. : SIP
17. Legendary fighter for freedom. : WILLIAMTELL
19. Oriental champion of liberty. : SUNYATSEN
22. Revolutionary, à la Rousseau. : ROBESPIERRE
23. Fighter for freedom in America and Europe. : KOSCIUSKO
24. Athirst. : AVID
25. X-15. : PLANE
26. One of the Argonauts. : NESTOR
27. Poetic contraction. : EER
28. Footlike part. : PES
29. Rostrum. : BEAK
30. A small number. : AFEW
32. Mimicry. : APISM
34. Admonish. : WARN
35. Historic time of 1944. : DDAY
36. Region of Mongolia. : BARGA
39. Liberator ___ Kossuth. : LAJOS
42. Certain votes. : NAYS
43. Outstanding apostle of democracy. : JEFFERSON
47. Unisonally. : ASONE
48. Arabic consonant. : WAW
49. American historian. : BEARD
50. Alliance of democracies. : NATO
51. Spray. : MIST
52. Document of democracy. : MAGNACARTA
55. Slowly: Mus. : LENTO
56. Peer's mother. : ASE
57. Graceful. : AIRY
58. Soldiers, generally. : RANKS
59. Quinnat and blueback. : SALMON
60. Enter into close union. : MARRY
62. Melts partly. : FRITS
63. Sebastian's twin. : VIOLA
64. ___ mare. : SHANKS
66. Patriotic pamphleteer. : PAINE
67. Supersonic craft. : JETS
68. Boxing official, for short. : REF
71. Pastries. : TARTS
72. Haitian hero of 1801. : LOUVERTURE
74. Symbol in Cuba's flag. : STAR
75. League of Nations member, 1921: Abbr. : LITH
76. Sierra ___. : LEONE
77. Pourquoi. : WHY
78. Musical piece. : SUITE
79. Syngman Rhee and U Nu. : ORIENTALS
81. Where 18 Down is. : OHIO
83. Overwrought. : TENSE
84. Mummers' wear. : MASKS
85. Branch of literature: Abbr. : BIOG
86. In the house of: Fr. : CHEZ
88. Surmise. : GUESS
91. Fort ___, Okla. : SILL
92. Closed. : SHUT
93. 60 sec. : MIN
96. Macaw. : ARA
97. Persian wine. : SHIRAZ
101. Faineant. : IDLER
103. Daffy. : LOCO
104. Fighter against the Huks, 1950–54. : MAGSAYSAY
106. Prime founder of the Little Entente. : EDUARDBENES
108. Polish Premier and President. : PILSUDSKI
109. French "Fourth." : BASTILLEDAY
110. Major General Wallace. : LEW
111. Viewed. : EYED
112. Bridge bids. : BYES
113. County on the Thames. : ESSEX
1. It is raining: Ital. : PIOVE
2. Mountain range in Zurich. : ALBIS
3. Coaster. : SLED
4. Girl: Colloq. : SIS
5. Noisy dog. : YAPPER
6. Tenderloin. : STEAK
7. Noddy. : TERN
8. Previously. : ALREADY
9. Adjectival suffix. : BLE
10. To one side. : ASKEW
11. Music for two. : DUOS
12. This month: Abbr. : INST
13. Fungus: Comb. form. : MYCO
14. Sen. Symington, familiarly. : STU
15. A Japanese in the U. S. : ISSEI
16. Small dogs. : PEKES
17. Envelop. : WRAP
18. Village birthplace of T. A. Edison. : MILAN
20. The present era. : AIRAGE
21. Pattern. : NORM
26. Fighter at Waterloo. : NEY
29. Headquarters. : BASE
31. Divine law of the Romans. : FAS
33. Hibernian hero. : PARNELL
34. Usage. : WONT
35. Time of early light. : DAWN
36. Keep time. : BEATS
37. Early union of radio performers: Abbr. : AFRA
38. A postal service. : RFD
39. Grand ___. : LAMA
40. Business term. : ASIS
41. Poet and patriot of Cuba, 1853–95. : JOSEMARTI
42. Hungarian hero of 1956. : NAGY
43. Sudden tugs. : JERKS
44. Liberator of Chile. : SANMARTIN
45. Von Bismarck. : OTTO
46. Highest point. : NOON
48. On the alert. : WARY
49. Raillery. : BANTER
52. ___ Bay, China Sea inlet near Hong Kong. : MIRS
53. Reach stardom. : ARRIVE
54. Fictional ship. : CAINE
55. Indo-Chinese region. : LAOS
57. Old-time coffers. : ARKS
59. Locale. : SITE
61. Patriotic songs. : ANTHEMS
62. Woodland deities. : FAUNS
63. Exceedingly. : VERY
64. Normandy town. : STLO
65. Extremely small margin. : HAIR
66. Combines. : POOLS
67. ___ Paasikivi, former Finnish President. : JUHO
69. Diner sign. : EATS
70. High note of "Star-Spangled Banner." : FREE
72. Security breach. : LEAK
73. Shoot. : TWIG
74. 100-mile waterway. : SUEZ
76. Army men: Abbr. : LTS
78. Printer's term. : STET
80. City on New Providence Island. : NASSAU
81. Shale ___. : OIL
82. Fourth of July. : HOLIDAY
85. Show ___. : BIZ
86. Dear: Fr. : CHERI
87. Vault. : HURDLE
88. Mrs. Prig's crony. : GAMP
89. Horseshoe-shaped bar. : URAIL
90. National emblem. : EAGLE
91. Moslem title of honor. : SAYID
92. Wood strips. : SLATS
93. Society: Fr. : MONDE
94. Arctic equipment. : ICEAX
95. Adjective for a quidnunc. : NOSY
98. Name in R. L. S. title. : HYDE
99. Suburb of Paris. : ISSY
100. Haying tool. : RAKE
102. Signora Checchi. : DUSE
103. Famous Virginians. : LEES
105. Compass point. : SSW
106. Recede. : EBB
107. Containers: Abbr. : BLS

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 12 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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