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New York Times, Saturday, August 18, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28, Avg Word Len: 5.63, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 92, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 790
Across
1. Meeting place in the headlines. : KAESONG
8. Head of the Falange. : FRANCO
14. Its capital is Erivan. : ARMENIA
15. Glorious. : RADIANT
17. Unruly mobs. : RABBLES
18. Taskmaster. : EXACTER
19. Arab's sleeveless garment. : ABA
20. Where the Klondike is. : YUKON
22. Biblical land of a famous queen. : SHEBA
23. Round figure: Var. : CIRC
25. Famous name in old-time vaudeville. : WEBER
27. Composer Coates. : ERIC
28. Walter ___, golf immortal. : HAGEN
30. Heads: Fr. : TETES
32. Summer: Fr. : ETE
33. Chemical found in the muscles. : INOSIN
35. Treated as a member of the family. : SISTERED
37. Fragmentary, as literary works. : ANALECTIC
39. Shopkeeper. : STOREMAN
42. He wrote "The Seven Lively Arts." : SELDES
46. Half-acre plot in So. Africa. : ERF
47. Becomes withered. : SERES
49. ___ Arabia. : SAUDI
50. Difference, for short. : DIFF
52. Summer rug. : SISAL
54. Decorate. : TRIM
55. In a vertical line: Naut. : APEAK
57. Burned out. : ASHED
59. Archbishop: Abbr. : ABP
60. Downpour. : TORRENT
62. Friendly. : AMIABLE
64. One soon to take office. : ELECTEE
65. Character in a Western. : RUSTLER
66. Having notions. : IDEAED
67. Naive. : ARTLESS
Down
1. Pakistan capital and airport. : KARACHI
2. Desert horse. : ARABIAN
3. Ban on shipping. : EMBARGO
4. Egyptian god: Var. : SEB
5. "___ a Rose." : ONLY
6. New, in Dutch names. : NIEUW
7. Rubber circle used as a packing. : GASKET
8. Distraught. : FRENETIC
9. "Rackety ___," Joel Sayre's satire. : RAX
10. Girls named after Miss Rehan. : ADAS
11. Special place. : NICHE
12. Purveyor of food. : CATERER
13. Best way to eat a canape. : ONEBITE
16. Followed the track of. : TRACED
21. Corpulence. : OBESENESS
24. Composer Franck. : CESAR
26. Musical pauses. : RESTS
29. Ball teams. : NINES
31. Farm enclosures. : STIES
34. Personalities. : NAMES
36. Splendor. : ECLAT
38. Lassoed. : LARIATED
39. Dignified. : SEDATE
40. Capital of Libya. : TRIPOLI
41. Presented. : OFFERED
43. Long-wearing. : DURABLE
44. Items on the grocery list. : EDIBLES
45. Smiles in a silly manner. : SIMPERS
48. Any arid waste. : SAHARA
51. Ludicrous comedy. : FARCE
53. Long-tailed Madagascar animal. : LEMUR
56. Gold Coast seaport. : KETA
58. Section of a city: Abbr. : DIST
61. Born. : NEE
63. The Big Pond: Abbr. : ATL

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 17 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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