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New York Times, Wednesday, August 13, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,151
Across Down
1. Fliers on a summer evening. : GNATS
6. One of the Loman boys. : BIFF
10. Bough. : LIMB
14. Good or bad inclination. : HABIT
15. Spoken. : ORAL
16. Theaters of ancient Greece. : ODEA
17. Sotto voce. : ASIDE
18. Where Baylor Univeristy is. : WACO
19. Prong of an antler. : TINE
20. Book by Churchill. : THEIRFINESTHOUR
23. Douglas Hyde was its first President. : EIRE
24. The House has 435. : SEATS
25. Actor in "Don Juan in Hell." : CHARLESBOYER
30. Propel a scull. : OAR
31. Consumed. : EATEN
32. City with more than 330 hotels. : MIAMI
36. It's little or grand. : SLAM
38. Storms. : RAGES
40. Salmagundi. : OLIO
41. Tending towards an end. : TELIC
43. Acid, bitter, salt or sweet. : TASTE
45. Bill of Rights number. : TEN
46. Jeremiah's book of the Old Testament. : LAMENTATIONS
49. ___ Flow. : SCAPA
51. Author and diplomat (1852–1924). : EGAN
52. Not self-examining. : UNINTROSPECTIVE
58. Floating speck of dust. : MOTE
59. Cable word. : STOP
60. City in Michigan. : IONIA
61. Chief officer: Abbr. : PRES
62. Shelter. : HIDE
63. Cuts with shears. : SNIPS
64. German girl's name. : HEDE
65. Secondary school: Abbr. : ACAD
66. Irk impishly. : TEASE
1. Mountain pass, in India. : GHAT
2. Expert of unusual rhymes. : NASH
3. Hero of 2,327 performances. : ABIE
4. More orderly. : TIDIER
5. Barren of ideas. : STERILE
6. Nickname for Arkansas. : BOWIESTATE
7. Where Isfahan is. : IRAN
8. Dignity or prestige, not to be lost in diplomacy. : FACE
9. Light; downy. : FLOSSY
10. Gay and unscrupulous rake. : LOTHARIO
11. Numskull. : IDIOT
12. Kitchen lists. : MENUS
13. Former heavyweight champion. : BAER
21. Senator from Delaware. : FREAR
22. Abound. : TEEM
25. Outlay. : COST
26. Hero of 1776. : HALE
27. Sea east of the Caspian. : ARAL
28. Originated. : BEGAN
29. Danced. : ONESTEPPED
33. Palo ___, where Stanford University is. : ALTO
34. Air. : MIEN
35. Atomic particles. : IONS
37. They built Europe's first library. : MILANESE
39. Jose Ferrer's milieu. : STAGE
42. Army officer: Abbr. : CAPT
44. Student of Greek pronunciation. : ETACIST
47. Miss Hunt of Hollywood. : MARSHA
48. Chant. : INTONE
49. Sound of sleep. : SNORE
50. Mentioned. : CITED
52. Exclamation of doubt or contempt. : UMPH
53. Of the ear. : OTIC
54. Drugstore snack. : SODA
55. Genus of whales. : INIA
56. Important people. : VIPS
57. Vacation pleasure. : EASE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 8 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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