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New York Times, Tuesday, August 4, 1953

36-Across : Where farmers keep corn.

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { F Q X }, Scrabble score: 310 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 10
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© 1953, The New York TimesNo. 1,507
Across
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Hair ornaments. : BOWS
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N. Y. Congressman, speaker on budget problems. : TABER
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Sloping passageway. : RAMP
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Amo, ___, amat. : AMAS
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Noted Chilean pianist. : ARRAU
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Famous first name in opera. : EZIO
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The man from Sweden. : DAGHAMMARSKJOLD
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Sea eagle. : ERN
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Detect: Colloq. : SPOT
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Crossbeams used in ceilings. : TRAVES
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Chemical compound. : ESTER
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Night stick. : CLUB
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Trade without money. : BARTER
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Scene inside an old-fashioned Easter egg. : PEEPSHOW
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Willow. : OSIER
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Sound in the woods. : CHIRP
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Man's name. : ASA
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Travel hither and yon. : ROAM
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Where farmers keep corn. : CRIBS
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Obstruction. : SNAG
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River in Northumberland. : ALN
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Ballet by Delibes. : NAILA
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Small fly. : MIDGE
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Status of some prisoners of war. : HOSTAGES
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Man in the aisle. : SEATER
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U. S. citizen: Abbr. : AMER
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Concert hall item. : PIANO
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One of a famous fictional trio. : ARAMIS
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Have a job. : EARN
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Owned. : HAD
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Book by P. H. Bonner. : HOTELTALLEYRAND
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Cupid. : AMOR
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Well-known first name in politics. : ALBEN
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City in Sicily. : ENNA
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Undermines by digging. : SAPS
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Clarinet parts. : REEDS
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Time for a celebration. : VDAY
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Commanded. : BADE
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Mosque in Jerusalem. : OMAR
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Admirers of a certain composer. : WAGNERIANS
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Quiet! : SSH
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Change by meddling (with "with"). : TAMPER
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Tanks. : ARMOR
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Ed Stanky's sobriquet. : BRAT
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Part of a cereal plant. : EAR
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Characters in Westerns. : RUSTLERS
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Hits again. : REJABS
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Arm of the Black Sea. : AZOV
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Twenty-minute walk. : MILE
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Cocoons. : PODS
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Michaelmas daisy. : ASTER
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Big name in the Ruhr. : KRUPP
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Part of a flower. : STEM
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Silk-cotton tree, yielding kapok. : CEIBA
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Senator from Idaho, 1906-40. : BORAH
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Italian town, Browning's home. : ASOLO
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Silvers and Harris. : PHILS
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At close quarters. : HANDTOHAND
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Tributary of the Missouri. : OSAGE
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Bet. : WAGER
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Town ___. : CRIER
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Outstanding basketball player in newspaperese. : CAGESTAR
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Capital of Shensi province. : SIAN
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A signer of Korean armistice. : NAMIL
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Labor leader. : MEANY
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Workers with animals. : TAMERS
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Sea nymphs, part bird and part woman. : SIRENS
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Lessened in importance. : PALED
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Exclamations of surprise. : AHAS
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European capital. : ROMA
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At the peak. : ATOP
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Hamburg's river. : ELBE
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John Peter Zenger's wife. : ANNA
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Time for a military operation. : DDAY
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English festival. : ALE
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Change the speed of a motor. : REV

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 7 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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