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New York Times, Saturday, August 4, 1951

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J K W X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 776
Across
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Gimmick. : GISMO
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Yankee pitcher. : SHEA
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Sea northeast of Borneo. : SULU
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Not far: Poet. : ANEAR
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Made known. : TOLD
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Impersonator. : APER
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Critic's version of nonsense. : FLAPDOODLE
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Other name for the Washington Senators. : NATS
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Swampland. : FEN
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Name meaning burden. : AMOS
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"___ O Quella," from Rigoletto. : QUESTA
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Historically famous. : STORIED
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The Brooks. : BUMS
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He fought Louis. : CONN
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Critic's version of phony histrionics. : CLAPTRAP
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Oodles. : SCADS
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Feudal barons' protection. : MOATS
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Where SHAEF was. : ETO
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Garden item. : HOSE
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Wake up. : ROUSE
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Italian town. : ESTE
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British statesman. : EDE
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Element of poetry. : METRE
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Fact. : DATUM
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There's more in the summertime. : DAYLIGHT
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Government endorsement. : VISA
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Sorrels. : OCAS
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Dress plus accessories. : COSTUME
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Describing a good year. : BANNER
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Famous name in dogdom. : FALA
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Becoming slower: Mus. abbr. : RIT
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Molding. : OGEE
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Critic's version of nonsense. : BALDERDASH
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Basis of a structure. : SILL
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Iago, for instance. : LIAR
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Minister's home. : MANSE
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Consecrated. : HOLY
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Diminutive suffix. : ETTE
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Hindu guitar. : SITAR
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Implements used for landing large fish. : GAFFS
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Narrow passage between islands. : INLET
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He wrote "Juno and the Paycock." : SEANOCASEY
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General's pin-up. : MAP
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Gives orders for. : ORDAINS
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Paused. : STOOD
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Coal containers. : HODS
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45 inches in England. : ELL
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Critic's version of soso. : ADEQUATE
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Having the soundest judgment. : SANEST
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Tree of Java, with poisonous sap. : UPAS
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Citizen of a Baltic state. : LETT
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Female bear: Latin. : URSA
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Event indicating future happenings. : OMEN
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Dictators in blues: Slang. : UMPS
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Paul Revere did. : RODE
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Tired of everything. : BLASE
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Tom Murphy will work here. : COURT
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Damon Runyon's Mindy's. : RESTAURANT
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Westernmost of the Aleutian Islands. : ATTU
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"John Brown's Body," for instance. : POEM
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Place to keep garden tools. : SHED
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Finale at Carnegie Hall. : CODA
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Nocturnal insects. : MOTHS
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Distort anew. : REGARBLE
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New England (with The). : EAST
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Mickey and Jerry. : MICE
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Doffs the gun belt. : DISARMS
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Kind of heart. : LONELY
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Cousin of rat and mouse. : VOLE
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Key group of officers and enlisted men. : CADRE
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Beethoven's "___ Solemnis," : MISSA
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The clear sky. : ETHER
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Empty talk: Colloq. : BOSH
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Foreign trade discount. : AGIO
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Orange vendor to Charles II. : NELL
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Piece of scenery. : FLAT
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Lake island. : AIT
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Vietnam's Bao ___. : DAI

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later.

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