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WITH HEADLINES FROM THE WAR MAPS

New York Times, Sunday, August 23, 1942

Author: Louis Baron
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 176, Blocks: 79, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { H J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 607 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 156, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 133
Louis Baron has 39 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: Original 9-Down clue had acute accent over first "a" in "a la"; changed it to grave accent.
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© 1942, The New York TimesNo. 28
Across Down
1. Fallen European capital. : WARSAW
7. Hawaiian island. : MOLOKAI
14. Central Philippine island. : MASBATE
21. Fascist colony now in Allied hands. : ERITREA
23. Component. : ELEMENT
24. Important island of British West Indies. : ANTIGUA
25. Assemblies of elders. : SENATES
26. Genus of herbaceous plants. : LOBELIA
27. British news agency. : REUTERS
28. Dress. : TOG
29. Fighting plane of World War I. : SPAD
31. Relates. : TELLS
32. Native of pro-Axis European country. : FINN
33. Destructive animal. : RAT
34. Ancient Greek commune. : ELIS
36. Affected person. : SNOB
38. Marshal under Napoleon. : NEY
39. "The covetous man is ever in ___."—Horace. : WANT
40. Citizen played by Orson Welles. : KANE
41. Indian princes. : RANAS
43. Check. : ARREST
45. Take out. : DELE
46. Chief Teutonic gods. : AESIR
47. Another Philippine island. : NEGROS
49. Hitler's coal basin. : SAAR
50. Native land. : SOIL
51. Befitting a son or daughter. : FILIAL
52. Palmyra palm leaves. : OLAS
54. One who'd sell out his country. : TRAITOR
56. Subdivision of a regiment. : COMPANY
57. Former name of Fukuyama. : MATSUMAI
61. Battle region near Libya. : SUDAN
62. Smoke pipes. : FLUES
63. Wrath. : IRE
64. Lift by pushing. : BOOST
66. Wire measure. : MIL
67. Play by Ibsen (1866). : BRAND
68. Excavated. : DUG
71. City bombed by Japs Dec. 8, 1941. : MANILA
73. Drag along. : LUG
75. Greasiest. : OILIEST
77. Marsh rail of Eastern U.S. : SORA
78. Indulge in speech making. : ORATE
79. Starchy food. : SALEP
81. Roman date, 9th day before the ides. : NONES
82. Gold coin of Iraq. : DINAR
83. Membranous bags. : SACS
84. Favored name for English babies. : WINSTON
86. Append. : ADD
87. Natural ability. : TALENT
88. Peer Gynt's mother. : ASE
89. District in Bengal. : MALDA
90. Once around the track. : LAP
92. Compact. : SOLID
94. Bond. : TIE
95. Dog salmons of Russia. : KETAS
96. Capital of an embattled African country. : CAIRO
98. Scene of big naval battle. : MACASSAR
100. Loose tunics. : CAMISES
103. Ex-capital of China (1936). : NANKING
105. Bide. : WAIT
106. Hindu incarnation. : AVATAR
107. "What is honor? A ___!"—Shakespeare. : WORD
108. Genus of olives. : OLEA
110. Egyptian god of the underworld. : OSIRIS
114. Marine officers. : MATES
115. Wooden pins. : PEGS
116. Hitler's chosen people. : ARYANS
118. River, battle scene of last war. : MEUSE
119. Rainbow. : IRIS
120. Turkish regiment. : ALAI
121. Mohammed's adopted son. : ALI
122. Roster. : ROTA
124. Smoky fog of industrial city. : SMOG
125. "There is no ___ except stupidity."—Wilde. : SIN
126. Southwest wind that named a continent. : AFER
127. Utters senselessly. : BLATS
129. Nests (Lat.). : NIDI
131. "Each ___ is a dream that is dying."—O'Shaugnessy. : AGE
132. Strategic Pacific island group. : OCEANIA
134. One who loves his country. : PATRIOT
136. Flowering African plants. : NERINES
138. Guarded West Indian islands. : LEEWARD
139. An Indo-Chinese. : ANAMESE
140. A round-table knight. : GERAINT
141. Ancient Jewish cenobites. : ESSENES
142. Ammunition wagon. : CAISSON
143. Hinterland of Singapore. : MALAYA
1. A cowboy movie. : WESTERN
2. Interstices. : AREOLAE
3. Tolling. : RINGING
4. As it stands: mus. : STA
5. Crafts. : ARTS
6. Laments. : WEEPS
7. Mr. Ott. : MEL
8. Commune in Gerona, Spain. : OLOT
9. Elbow space à la Hitler. : LEBENSRAUM
10. Dish of eggs. : OMELET
11. Hero Colin. : KELLY
12. Blackbirds. : ANIS
13. Negrito. : ITA
14. Sea soldier. : MARINE
15. About. : ANENT
16. Daze. : STUN
17. One's contribution, however small. : BIT
18. Eternal youth. : AGERASIA
19. Languages of Asia and Oceania. : TURANIAN
20. Toward the rising sun. : EASTERLY
22. Manner of sitting, in Hindu countries. : ASANA
30. Flying beetles. : DORS
32. "Dry one's eyes and laugh at a ___."—Browning. : FALL
35. Gulf north of Gallipoli. : SAROS
37. Spoiled child. : BRAT
39. River dam. : WEIR
40. Masses of seaweed. : KELPS
42. Dissolvable. : SOLUBLE
44. "Small pitchers have wide ___."—Heywood. : EARS
45. Large Ceylon tree. : DOON
46. Directed. : AIMED
48. South Pacific naval base. : SAMOA
50. Head of the Soviet Union. : STALIN
51. "God, the eternal ___ of all."—Michelangelo. : FOUNT
53. 64 square yards in Annam. : SAO
55. Personal: comb. form. : IDIO
56. Rank. : CLASS
57. Genus of tropical trees. : MIMOSA
58. Macaws. : ARARAS
59. Whist term. : TENACE
60. Lands surrounded by water. : ISLANDS
62. What we're fighting for. : FREEDOM
65. Oklahoman oil center. : TULSA
67. "The vow that ___ too strictly snaps itself."—Tennyson. : BINDS
68. Russian river in war zone. : DONETS
69. Muse of astronomy. : URANIA
70. English knighthood order. : GARTER
72. Pronoun. : ITS
74. Procure. : GET
76. Larva of the eye-thread worm. : LOA
77. Yellow ocher. : SIL
79. Man's name. : SILAS
80. Nazi-conquered country. : POLAND
82. Doodling cult in art. : DADAISM
84. What islands are surrounded by. : WATER
85. Native British-Indian officer. : NAIK
87. Island south of Luzon. : TICAO
89. Tablelands. : MESAS
91. Industrial "Me-firsts." : PRIORITIES
93. "The ___ is a jealous mistress." : LAW
95. Towed aircraft. : KITES
96. Gasless vehicles. : CARS
97. Solely. : ONLY
99. Pigpens. : STIES
100. Negligee jacket. : CAMISOLE
101. States of intense greed. : AVARICES
102. Afternoon shows. : MATINEES
103. Jap general, took Port Arthur (1905). : NOGI
104. Apparatus. : GEAR
107. Erode. : WEAR
109. Presently. : ANON
111. German ally. : RUMANIA
112. Likeness of origin. : ISOGENY
113. Ancient Sicilian city noted for its ruins. : SEGESTA
115. Entreats earnestly. : PLEADS
116. Air raid warnings. : ALARMS
117. Smart. : STING
120. Burning. : AFIRE
121. Central Asian mountains. : ALTAI
123. Revoke a grant (law). : ADEEM
126. Biblical name. : ANAN
127. Thousand-armed giant of Hindu myth. : BANA
128. Fair-to-middling. : SOSO
130. Babylonian war god. : IRRA
133. Reverence. : AWE
134. Moccasin. : PAC
135. "Death has ___ thousand doors."—Webster. : TEN
137. Adjective suffix. : IAL

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 125 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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