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New York Times, Monday, July 9, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 19
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 750

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Across
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A hearty laugh. : HAHA
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In the fist of a jockey. : CROP
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Poles, Czechs, Moravians, etc. : SLAVS
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Mr. Bunce of radio. : ALAN
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Island off Scotland. : IONA
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Anything invigorating. : TONIC
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Domesticated animals of India. : MONGOOSES
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Last movement of a sonata. : RONDO
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Jewish home festival. : SEDER
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Brazilian palm tree. : ASSAI
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Poetic contraction. : EER
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Law school alumni. : LLBS
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He wrote "Sweet and Low." : TENNYSON
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Inspires with reverence. : AWES
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Listed in Burke's. : PEERAGE
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Part of an apron. : BIB
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Large umbrella, named for a Dickens character. : GAMP
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Bureau in the Department of Commerce. : CENSUS
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Bearers of good cheer. : ELATERS
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Say yes. : CONSENT
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Power of Hollywood. : TYRONE
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Receptacle for baptismal water. : FONT
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Hoosier dramatist (1866–1944). : ADE
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Crossed the Upper Bay. : FERRIED
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Queen Elizabeth, for example. : SCOT
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Cooks quickly. : PANFRIES
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He wrote "Mary." : ASCH
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With Aztecan, designating an important American Indian group. : UTO
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Reduce in rank. : ABASE
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One of Macbeth's titles. : THANE
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Family dramatized by Ferber and Kaufman. : ROYAL
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Shut off with a portière. : CURTAINED
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Fragrance. : SMELL
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La Verne, Maxene and Patty. : TRIO
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First name of 1950 National League batting champ. : STAN
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English homework. : ESSAY
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Denomination. : SECT
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Pianist Hess. : MYRA
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Amateur radio operators. : HAMS
2
Century plant. : ALOE
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Mustache style. : HANDLEBAR
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Broadway play backers. : ANGELS
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Unionists' Congress. : CIO
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Soprano Ponselle. : ROSA
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Dance derived from turkey trot. : ONESTEP
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Johnny Lujack, for instance. : PASSER
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Exacting, urgent. : STRINGENT
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Card game. : LOO
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Miss Jeffreys and Miss Baxter. : ANNES
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Caesar's metier. : VIDEO
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Contempt. : SCORN
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Any planet. : ORB
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City in Montana, largest copper smelter in the world. : ANACONDA
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Popular cut of pork. : SPARERIB
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Desires: Colloq. : YENS
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Encourage. : ABET
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Full of trickery. : WILY
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Letters. : EMS
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For the most part. : GENERALLY
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"Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum," for instance. : SEACHANTY
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Open. : UNDO
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Let it stand. : STET
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British dandy. : TOFF
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U. S. finalist in the British Amateur Golf Tournament. : COE
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Cleft in a rock. : FISSURE
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Responds. : REACTS
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Breach of unity. : SCHISM
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Prize money. : PURSE
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Formerly unbreakable matter. : ATOMS
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He wrote "The Highwayman." : NOYES
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Depot: Abbr. : STA
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He discovered Greenland. : ERIC
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Almost. : NEAR
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Miss Millay. : EDNA
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Iranian diplomat Hussein ___. : ALA
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Little one. : TOT

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 15 debuted here and reused later.

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