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Arthur Schulman
Arthur Schulman

WORLD-WIDE

New York Times, Sunday, August 23, 1959

Author:
Arthur Schulman
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 174, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 728 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 13, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
Arthur Schulman has 80 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz Era puzzle in our database.
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© 1959, The New York TimesNo. 3,691
Across
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Inert gas. : HELIUM
7
One of the Magi. : GASPAR
13
Vespid. : WASP
17
Indians. : UTES
21
Baked ___. : ALASKA
22
Where Entebbe is. : UGANDA
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Piercing wit. : ATTICSALT
25
Purcell opera. : DIDOANDAENEAS
27
Long shot. : DARKHORSE
28
First Chief Justice, 1798. : JAY
29
Mongkut's land. : SIAM
30
Moves, in checkers. : JUMPS
32
Relative of kvass. : BEER
33
Tiny ___. : TIM
34
Crotchet. : FREAK
36
Interferes with radio signals. : JAMS
37
Unbend. : THAW
39
Acceptances. : YESES
41
Anne Nichols hero. : ABIE
43
Cotton cloth. : CALICO
45
Barge to carry coal from Newcastle. : KEEL
46
Happy ___ lark. : ASA
47
Popular game. : BINGO
49
Nobel Prize physicist. : RABI
50
Hinged catch. : PAWL
51
Ministers. : CLERICS
55
"The ___ I." : EGGAND
57
Tiger's home. : BENGAL
59
Diatribe. : PHILIPPIC
61
Heave ___ (take soundings). : THELEAD
63
Cobbles. : STONES
65
Day in Roman calendar. : IDES
66
Latin pronoun. : EGO
67
Ship: Abbr. : STR
68
Canaan giant. : ANAK
70
Extra. : ODD
71
Where Pine View dam is. : OGDEN
73
Go home. : SCAT
74
Ars longa, vita ___. : BREVIS
76
File. : DOSSIER
78
Lively: Dial. : PEART
79
Flaps. : SLATS
81
Sport. : WATERPOLO
83
Parisian playgrounds. : PARCS
84
Hide: Slang. : STASH
85
Ceiling having sunken panels. : LACUNAR
86
Roman's undergarment. : TUNICA
88
Composer for "Comus." : ARNE
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___ the mill. : RUNOF
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Brave under Black Hawk. : SAC
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Cistern. : TANK
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Scold: Brit. : WIG
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See: Lat. abbr. : VID
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Pith helmet. : TOPI
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Name in the Apocrypha. : TOBIAS
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Twenty million Asians. : BURMESE
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Hospitality. : OPENHOUSE
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Where Tokyo is. : HONSHU
108
Fellow townsman: Italian. : PAISAN
109
Delivers. : REDEEMS
110
Rue de la ___. : PAIX
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Spiders. : PANS
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Kalmuck. : TATAR
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Name meaning "king". : ROY
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Chianti. : VINO
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Disposed. : MINDED
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Space travelers. : MICE
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Song of joy. : CAROL
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Savoir-faire. : TACT
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Ditch. : MOAT
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Fight: Colloq. : RUNIN
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Fuss. : ADO
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Type of exam. : ORAL
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Kind of squash. : ACORN
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Space traveler. : ABLE
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Son of Jacob. : DAN
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Orchard heater. : SMUDGEPOT
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"Take it or leave it." : HOBSONSCHOICE
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Shakespeare's last play. : HENRYVIII
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Asia. : ORIENT
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Typos. : ERRATA
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Samuel Lover hero. : ANDY
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In ___. : ESSE
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Having feet. : PEDATE
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Rutabaga. : TURNIP
Down
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Moslem pilgrimage. : HADJ
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Lamb. : ELIA
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Cake. : LADYFINGER
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Same: Prefix. : ISO
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Flat. : UKASE
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Frantic. : MANIAC
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One of the Marianas. : GUAM
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Lifetime. : AGE
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Site of Sam Houston victory. : SANJACINTO
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Lungs: Combo. form. : PNEUMO
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Cascade peak. : ADAMS
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Irritate. : RASP
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Plug. : WAD
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Moorish tabor. : ATABAL
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Spread about. : STREW
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Toll road. : PIKE
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Serviceman's organization. : USO
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Flans. : TARTS
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Longfellow heroine. : ELSIE
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Bows. : STEMS
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Agamemnon's concubine. : CHRYSEIS
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Atlantic port in Africa. : DAKAR
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Lobscouse. : STEW
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Splendid. : REGAL
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Agrees: Colloq. : JIBES
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Befriend. : HELP
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Western figure. : EARP
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Incites. : ABETS
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Loop in a rope. : BIGHT
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Part of Canada: Abbr. : LAB
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Colewort. : KALE
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Vermont hero. : ALLEN
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"What ___!" : ONEARTH
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Where Hope remained. : PANDORASBOX
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Beverage. : CIDER
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Madder plant. : IPECAC
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Cuban export. : CIGARS
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Hero of War of 1812. : SCOTT
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Northern Europeans. : DANES
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Novelist Rumer. : GODDEN
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Mobsters' domicile. : HIDEOUT
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Man's name: Abbr. : DAV
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Middling. : SOSO
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Lions' relative. : KIWANIS
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Thin layer of gold. : GILT
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Evening: Lat. : SERA
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Found. : BASE
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Maine city. : SACO
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Wrench. : SPRAIN
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N. American rodent. : PACKRAT
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Distinctive mark. : STRIPE
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Caught. : LANDED
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Cluster. : TUFT
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___ girl. : PINUP
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Delight in. : SAVOR
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Southern constellation. : LUPUS
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Seize: Colloq. : NAB
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Capacious. : ROOMY
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Baku's waterfront. : CASPIANSEA
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Native of Tobago. : WESTINDIAN
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Grandfather of 133 Across. : ISAAC
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Kind. : GENRE
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Seminarian's subject. : THEOLOGY
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Louisville's river. : OHIO
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Negative verbal contraction. : SHANT
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City on Biscayne Bay. : MIAMI
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Husband of Poppaea. : NERO
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Majestic. : EPIC
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And: Ger. : UND
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Theatre group. : ANTA
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Southern Europeans. : SERBS
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French dynasty. : VALOIS
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Gruesome. : MORBID
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Organ stop. : DULCET
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Soft cloth. : CASHA
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Madison Ave. manipulators. : ADMEN
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Polyphonic vocal piece. : ROUND
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On the ___ (under consideration). : TAPIS
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Poet of Byron's day. : MOORE
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Asian leader. : NEHRU
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Dream: Fr. : REVE
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Tennis stroke. : CHOP
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Pay one's part. : ANTE
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Start of a drama. : ACTI
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Wagontongue: Dial. : NEAP
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Not sweet. : DRY
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Four-in-hand. : TIE
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Part of Canada: Abbr. : ONT
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Lord Boyd ___. : ORR

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 13 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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