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GLOBAL GLEANINGS

New York Times, Sunday, September 10, 1944

Author: Archie S. Kreiling
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 180, Blocks: 85, Avg Word Len: 4.93, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 616 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 140, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 58
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© 1944, The New York TimesNo. 135
Across Down
1. West Coast labor leader. : BRIDGES
8. Nazi chaser. : RED
11. Sacred bull. : APIS
15. Embossed. : CHASED
21. French sub base. : LORIENT
22. City on Torrens River, Australia. : ADELAIDE
24. Battleship bombed Dec., 1941. : HARUNA
25. Given name of Mme. Galli-Curci. : AMELITA
26. Inspector General, U. S. Army. : PETERSON
27. God: Hebrew. : ADONAI
28. Tawny. : TAN
29. Island between Guam and Saipan. : ROTA
31. Tristful. : SAD
32. 17,725 ft., Andes Mt., Ecuador. : ALTAR
34. Vestments. : ALBS
35. ___ Louise. : ANITA
37. Injury. : LESION
40. Purposes. : AINS
42. ___ de France. : ILE
43. Port east of Cannes. : NICE
44. Nov. 7 candidate. : TRUMAN
46. Finnish islands. : ALAND
49. ___ Park, Col. : ESTES
51. Soviet news agency. : TASS
52. Greek heroine. : HELEN
53. Vice President of Uruguay. : GUANI
54. Encountered. : MET
55. Surgical stylet. : TROCAR
57. Il Duce’s party. : FASCI
58. ___ Joe Stilwell. : VINEGAR
62. Scottish cap. : TAM
65. Sudan people. : ALUR
66. Brawl. : MELEE
67. ___ Casilina. : VIA
68. Island in Treasury group. : MONO
69. Short ___. : SNORTER
71. Candia’s capital. : CANEA
72. Steering apparatus. : HELM
73. Bay on N. E coast of Crete. : SUDA
74. Playing cards. : TAROTS
75. Discovers. : FINDS
76. Strong condiment. : GARLIC
78. Infantry. : MEN
79. Adduce. : CITE
80. Premium. : BONUS
81. River in Yugoslavia, tributary of Sava. : BOSNA
82. Filament. : HAIR
84. Sea eagle. : ERN
85. Dewey’s potential Secretary of State. : DULLES
87. Metal sheet. : PLATE
88. Most painful. : SOREST
90. Hawaiian wreaths. : LEIS
92. ___ Gwyn. : NELL
93. Author of “Cloister and the Hearth,” 1861. : READE
94. Hirohito’s title. : EMPEROR
95. West Indian fish. : BOGA
96. Dawn to dusk. : DAY
97. Gen. Patton’s specialty. : TANKS
98. Member of Hawaiian royalty. : ALII
99. Bend in timber. : SNY
100. Not the same. : ANOTHER
102. She christened Liberty ship Carole Lombard. : DUNNE
103. English author (1713–68). : STERNE
105. Where USAAF fights. : AIR
106. Pliable cement. : PUTTY
107. Frontier hut. : SHACK
108. Malay chief. : DATO
112. Meager. : SCANT
115. Demonstrative pronoun. : THESE
116. Bellows. : SHOUTS
117. John. : IVAN
118. Plug. : WAD
119. Where Saarbruecken is. : SAAR
121. Pledge anew. : REPAWN
123. Cubic meter. : STERE
124. In lopsided state. : ALOP
126. Hold. : GRASP
129. Bend and bob. : NID
130. Drive down. : TAMP
133. Girl’s name. : NAN
134. Marine victory in Gilberts. : TARAWA
136. Where Cagliari is. : SARDINIA
139. Devastated German industrial city. : COLOGNE
141. Intimater. : HINTER
142. Seat of large Army proving grounds. : ABERDEEN
143. Minute caudal appendages. : TAILETS
144. Ancient chariots. : ESSEDS
145. Islands N. E. of Timor. : LETI
146. Arid. : DRY
147. Greek god opposed to Eros. : ANTEROS
1. Clamorous. : BLATANT
2. Michael’s country. : ROMANIA
3. Theology. : IRENICS
4. Dilute: Abbr. : DIL
5. 1.43 acres in Portugal. : GEIRA
6. Within: Comb. form. : ENTO
7. Keep stationary: Comb. form. : STAT
8. Knock. : RAP
9. Of Edessa. : EDESSAN
10. Check. : DETAIN
11. Swiss river. : AAR
12. Italian battle city. : PISA
13. Image. : IDOL
14. New Guinea lake crossed to take Nefaar. : SENTANI
15. Conjuration. : CHARN
16. Possessed. : HAD
17. Town in Venezuela. : AROA
18. Lighted by Phoebus. : SUNLIT
19. Render capable. : ENABLE
20. Platforms. : DAISES
23. New highway into China. : LEDO
30. Like a bird’s wing. : ALULAR
33. Assist. : AID
36. ___ pilot. : TEST
38. Cuchulainn’s wife. : EMER
39. Loathing. : NAUSEA
41. Observed. : SEEN
44. Pins for oars. : THOLES
45. Reappear. : RECUR
47. Openwork fabric. : LACE
48. Cuckoo. : ANI
50. Peduncles. : STEMS
53. Strong winds. : GALES
54. Seat of Orange Bowl. : MIAMI
56. Deserted: Slang : RATTED
57. Wards off. : FENDS
58. Mexican Revolutionary general (1877–1923). : VILLA
59. Moroccan native troops. : GOUMIERS
60. British General. : ANDERSON
61. Brownish horse. : ROAN
62. Hissing sound. : TST
63. Greek poet. : ANACREON
64. President of Paraguay. : MORINIGO
66. Blasted Admiralty island. : MANUS
67. Prophetic French author (1828–1905). : VERNE
70. Decay. : ROT
71. Family: Irish law. : CINEL
72. Hurry. : HASTE
75. Imprudence. : FOLLY
76. Incentives. : GOADS
77. French-Polish composer (1809–49). : CHOPIN
80. Dim. : BLEAR
81. English poet (1757–1827). : BLAKE
83. Land measure. : ARE
84. Captured Italian island. : ELBA
86. Submerged. : UNDER
87. U. S. coin. : PENNY
88. Simpers. : SMIRKS
89. Essay. : TRY
91. Mephistopheles. : SATAN
93. Raver. : RANTER
94. Choose. : ELECT
97. Mild rebukes. : TUTS
98. In the Navy, shipshape. : ATAUNT
101. Strikes. : HITS
102. Owing. : DUE
103. Pageant. : SHOW
104. Revise. : EDIT
106. Consisting of expressions. : PHRASAL
107. More sheltered. : SHADIER
109. Grumman TBF-1. : AVENGER
110. Port on Italian heel. : TARANTO
111. Singularity. : ONENESS
112. Bind. : SWATHE
113. Strategic Channel port. : CALAIS
114. Embellishes. : ADORNS
115. Sailor. : TAR
116. Having thorns. : SPINED
120. Culture media. : AGARS
122. Geraint’s wife. : ENID
123. Fissure. : SPLIT
125. Head. : PATE
127. Savvy. : SABE
128. Ready: French. : PRET
131. Official acts. : ACTA
132. Complaint. : MOAN
135. Espouse. : WED
137. “___ and I.”—Irving Bacheller. : DRI
138. Some. : ANY
140. Palm leaf. : OLE

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 49 debuted here and reused later, 14 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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