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ROUNDUP

New York Times, Sunday, July 9, 1961

Author:
Threba Johnson
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 88, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 633 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 13, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 17
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© 1961, The New York TimesNo. 4,377
Across
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Goya's famous lady. : MAJA
5
Fall with a flat sound. : PLAP
9
Mohammedan noble. : AMEER
14
Soothes. : CALMS
19
Decree. : CANON
20
Wild talk. : RANT
21
Bill of fare. : CARTE
22
Global areas. : OCEANS
24
Existentialist "anxiety." : ANGST
25
1917 event in Russia. : OCTOBERREVOLUTION
28
Habitat of the ibis. : NILE
29
Layer of skin. : DERMA
30
Book of the Bible: Abbr. : COR
31
Worn track. : RUT
32
Double: Prefix. : TWI
33
Syrian city. : ALEPPO
36
Michigan city. : DEARBORN
38
Maligned. : SMEARED
40
Cord for a sailor's hammock. : LASHING
42
Secondary. : SIDE
43
Masculine title. : SAHIB
45
Yield. : CEDE
46
Cup-shaped flower. : TULIP
48
___ contendere. : NOLO
50
Crescent-shaped ornament. : LUNULA
52
By way of. : THRU
55
Affirmatives. : YEAS
57
Not rounded. : FLAT
59
Plane maneuver. : NOSEDIVE
63
Mohammedan nymph. : HOURI
65
Army men: Abbr. : SGTS
67
Ceased: Poet. : STOPT
69
Maker of new words. : COINER
70
Festive beverage. : EGGNOG
72
Betel palm. : ARECA
74
Fountain in Rome. : TREVI
76
Where Pearl Mosque is. : AGRA
77
Mystic of 19 centuries ago. : ESSENE
78
Essential character. : NATURE
80
Stettin's river. : ODER
81
Curved letter. : ESS
82
Sully-Prudhomme. : RENE
84
Confederate general. : WHEELER
86
Weaving defect. : SCOB
89
Chart. : MAP
92
Test. : EXAM
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Chinese symbol. : DRAGON
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___ Lucerne. : LIONOF
100
Son of Tros. : ILUS
102
Common type. : ROMAN
104
Relative of larva and pupa. : IMAGO
105
Girl's name. : EDWINA
106
Resort on Lake Maggiore. : STRESA
108
Bulb. : ONION
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Fee. : DUES
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Glossy. : SLEEK
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Distributed notice. : CIRCULAR
115
Comic strip character. : POGO
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French pronoun. : ELLE
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Relative of Elizabeth. : ILSE
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Snare. : ENTRAP
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Variable star in Cetus. : MIRA
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Glossy. : SATIN
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Allotted: Abbr. : ASSD
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Charms. : WILES
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Epithet. : NAME
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List of events. : PROGRAM
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Book of the Bible. : GENESIS
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Circus family. : RINGLING
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Motor. : ENGINE
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Indeed: Anglo-Ir. : ARU
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Feminine suffix. : INE
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"But ___ on forever." : IGO
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Side: Lat. : LATUS
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Wander. : ROVE
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Hamilton Basso novel. : LIGHTINFANTRYBALL
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___ Trianon. : PETIT
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Large public room. : SALOON
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Rounders, for one. : SPORT
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Chinese poet. : LIPO
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Dances. : REELS
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False. : LYING
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"On ___ by a river ... " : ATREE
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Other. : ELSE
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Objects. : ENDS
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Kind of paper. : MANILA
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Corners. : ANGLES
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English landscapist. : JOSEPHTURNER
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Bug. : ANT
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Goad. : PROD
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Intertwined. : LACED
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Caves: Poet. : ANTRES
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Poisonous alkaloid. : PTOMAIN
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Card. : ACE
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"___ Millions," O'Neill play. : MARCO
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No runs, no hits, no ___. : ERRORS
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Always true. : ETERNAL
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Income: Abbr. : REV
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Vista from the Coliseum. : COLUMBUSCIRCLE
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Sharp. : ACUTE
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Allow. : LET
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Professeur's relative. : MAITRE
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___ under (defeated). : SNOWED
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Feature of Venice. : CANAL
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Slyly sarcastic. : SNIDE
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___ Avon. : BARDOF
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Duke of Illyria. : ORSINO
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___ allegro (more lively): Mus. : PIU
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Singly. : ONLY
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Popular musical and movie. : BELLSARERINGING
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Old name for Nova Scotia. : ACADIA
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Imparts: Scot. : GIES
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Searched. : HUNTED
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Unenlightened. : PAGAN
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Cereal grain. : OAT
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Tolstoi. : LEO
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Poetic pronoun. : THEE
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Farm animals. : HOGS
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Lap robes. : RUGS
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Perjured witness. : STRAWMAN
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Little one. : TOT
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Contemporary playwright. : INGE
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___ libre. : VERS
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Times. : ERAS
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"Last Days of Pompeii" character. : IONE
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Son of Adam. : SETH
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Terminate a session, as of Parliament. : PROROGUE
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Recipient of D. S. M.,1960. : GENERALTWINING
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Prompted. : CUED
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Boat: Abbr. : VES
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Susa was its capital. : ELAM
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Outside: Prefix. : EXO
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Old oath. : EGAD
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Suffixes meaning "like." : OIDS
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City in Kentucky. : BOWLINGGREEN
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Varied: Abbr. : MISC
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High: Comb. form. : ALTI
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Feline sound. : PURR
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"To point ___ or adorn a tale." : AMORAL
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Carols. : NOELS
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Marshal of France. : NIEL
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Persons. : ONES
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Loop of coiled rope. : FAKE
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Withdraw. : SECEDE
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Tuck's companion. : NIP
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Star. : SUN
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Uncle, in South Africa. : OOM
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Abruptly: Colloq. : SLAP
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Up. : ARISEN
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Viva voce. : ORALLY
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French verb. : ETRE
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Amulet. : PERIAPT
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Friendly. : AMIABLE
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Son of Apollo. : ION
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Cords for Bedouin headkerchiefs. : AGALS
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Type of story. : SERIAL
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Closely. : SNUGLY
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Italian gentleman. : SIGNOR
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Involve. : ENTAIL
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Reveled. : RIOTED
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Stage props in "Trovatore." : ANVILS
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Athletic contests. : MEETS
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Be a member of. : SITON
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Our: Fr. : NOTRE
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Swallows eagerly. : GULPS
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Wild plum. : SLOE
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___ polloi. : HOI
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Security group: Abbr. : FSA
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Way: Abbr. : RTE
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Before: Prefix. : PRE

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 13 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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