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New York Times, Wednesday, August 6, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 270 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,144
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1. Brazil's musical exports. : SAMBAS
7. Congressman or clubman. : MEMBER
13. An injury, medically speaking. : TRAUMA
14. Gluts. : SATIATES
16. A kind of bread. : RAISIN
17. Go to bat for. : PINCHHIT
18. A few vitamins. : ABD
19. Optical image "screens." : RETINAE
21. Self-assertive tendency. : EGO
22. Items for an eating contest. : PIES
24. Leases to tenants. : RENTS
25. "New Yorker" cartoonist of high life. : ARNO
26. The man in the red suit. : SANTA
28. Economist Wolman. : LEO
29. "New Yorker" cartoonist of low life. : STEIG
30. 26,166 square miles of water. : ARAL
32. Divide proportionately. : PRORATE
34. Processes coffee. : GRINDS
37. Schools: Fr. : ECOLES
38. Borrowers. : LENDEES
40. Radio fluff. : SLIP
41. Johnson's partner on Broadway. : OLSEN
42. Enough to play tennis. : TWO
44. Cry of joyous anticipation. : OHBOY
48. Six, on a die. : SICE
49. Attend the school of experience. : LEARN
51. The good old days. : YORE
52. Title for Marco Polo. : SER
53. Flood-bulwark unit. : SANDBAG
55. Yellow ocher. : SIL
56. Means of making proof. : EVIDENCE
58. Just dandy. : TIPTOP
60. Affable and gay. : DEBONAIR
61. Mardi Gras celebrant. : CREOLE
62. Fine point. : DETAIL
63. Like a crescent moon. : HORNED
1. Boot loops. : STRAPS
2. "All the perfumes of ___ will not sweeten this little hand." : ARABIA
3. A kind of voyage. : MAIDEN
4. Coast-to-coast conveyance. : BUS
5. Turkish title. : AMIR
6. More reasonable. : SANER
7. Platform at the head of a certain mast. : MAINTOP
8. Alcohol-burning vessels. : ETNAS
9. Animated cartoon characters. : MICE
10. Humbug! : BAH
11. Light as an April cloud. : ETHEREAL
12. Start a new fire. : REIGNITE
14. The back of a book. : SPINE
15. Slapstick targets. : STOOGES
20. Have effect. : TELL
23. Symbol of a successful show. : STANDEE
25. Fail from disuse. : ATROPHY
27. Where Touchstone delivers his famous speech. : ARDEN
29. Society: Comb. form. : SOCIO
31. Norwegian name. : ASE
33. Kin: Abbr. : REL
34. Explained away (with "over"). : GLOSSED
35. Took the place of. : RELIEVED
36. Engrave characters. : INSCRIBE
39. Paint letters mechanically. : STENCIL
40. Soak up, in chemistry. : SORB
43. Fisherman's boot. : WADER
45. Dever's capital. : BOSTON
46. Songbird. : ORIOLE
47. Barked shrilly. : YELPED
49. Veranda of a Hawaiian house. : LANAI
50. Bobbysoxer's favorite word. : NATCH
53. Town of the Zambezi river bridge. : SENA
54. Auto ___, vertically rising plane. : GIRO
57. The exact second. : DOT
59. For each. : PER

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 10 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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