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New York Times, Tuesday, August 26, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,164
Across Down
1. ___ Sea, part of the South Pacific. : CORAL
6. Piece of furniture. : SOFA
10. Sailboat's harbor. : COVE
14. Addis ___, capital of Ethiopia. : ABABA
15. One-eyed ruler of Valhalla. : ODIN
16. Central Vietnam. : ANAM
17. Silk having a watered appearance. : MOIRE
18. Take time out. : REST
19. The "T" in TV. : TELE
20. Objective of the Gore-McKellar contest. : SENATORSHIP
23. Welcome sight on a vacation. : SUN
24. A British Grant in the U. S. : CARY
25. Said inadvertently. : BLURTED
27. Viennese actress. : LAMARR
30. Donor of the Shakespeare Library on Capitol Hill. : FOLGER
31. Remain steadfast. : ABIDE
32. Opposite of non compos mentis. : SANE
33. Quick snack. : BITE
36. 12-point type. : PICA
37. Swings about. : SLUES
38. Heroic poetry. : EPOS
39. Native of Nis. : SERB
40. Annie Laurie. : LASS
41. A pointer's forte. : SCENT
42. A billion people live here. : ORIENT
44. Court order. : DECREE
45. Pierced. : IMPALED
47. One of the Hebrides. : IONA
48. Spectator's interjection. : RAH
49. Describing streets and subways at six. : OVERCROWDED
54. College in North Carolina. : ELON
56. Land of a 17-year-old king: Var. : IRAK
57. Gaucho's lariat. : REATA
58. Cube root of 729. : NINE
59. Spanish baby boy. : NENE
60. Famous fur trader. : ASTOR
61. Made a bare living (with "out") : EKED
62. Mardi ___ (meat-eating Tuesday). : GRAS
63. Tax. : STENT
1. Parts of the mechanism in traffic lights. : CAMS
2. Leon Goossens plays it. : OBOE
3. Unwelcome sight on a vacation. : RAIN
4. Word charm or empty jingle of words. : ABRACADABRA
5. Fourth Sunday of Lent. : LAETARE
6. Word of polite regret. : SORRY
7. Certain writings. : ODES
8. Shore dinner hazards. : FISHBONES
9. Where Cuba is the "Pearl." : ANTILLES
10. Tabby. : CAT
11. Ensign in the Navy. : ONESTRIPER
12. Shopper's consideration. : VALUE
13. Make editorial corrections. : EMEND
21. British winner of Nobel Peace Prize, 1949. : ORR
22. Small dog. : PUG
26. Pen name of Cecily Fairfield, taken from an Ibsen character. : REBECCAWEST
27. Splashes gently upon. : LAPS
28. Anne Nichols' hero. : ABIE
29. Part of a walkie-talkie. : MICROPHONE
30. He kills Valentine. : FAUST
32. Backbiter. : SLANDERER
34. ___ poem, developed by Richard Strauss. : TONE
35. Ancestor of the Hanovers. : ESTE
37. Fitting with a tubular part. : SLEEVING
41. Ladies from Toledo. : SENORAS
43. World-wide labor organization. : ILO
44. June beetle. : DOR
45. Musical comedy heroine. : IRENE
46. Lebanon's U. N. delegate. : MALIK
47. He wrote "Autobiography of a Curmudgeon," 1943. : ICKES
50. Premier of Nepal. : RANA
51. Part of a courtship. : DATE
52. Town on the Thames. : ETON
53. Tapering seam. : DART
55. "Old Uncle ___." : NED

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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