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New York Times, Sunday, September 15, 1946

Author: P. J. Lamanna
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.35, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 671 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 165, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 58
P. Joseph Lamanna has 26 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1946, The New York TimesNo. 240
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1. Negotiate. : TREAT
6. Topic of discourse. : THEMA
11. Student in West Point. : CADET
16. Made corvine sound. : CAWED
21. Aha! : HELLO
22. Wisconsin Senator, on Foreign Relations Committee. : WILEY
23. Reinvigorated. : AWOKE
24. San Antonio landmark. : ALAMO
25. Cymae. : OGEES
26. Lord ___, British Ambassador to U. S. : INVERCHAPEL
28. Tactile parts in arthropods. : PALPS
29. Not speaking. : MUM
30. Drooped. : HANGED
32. Large terrier. : AIREDALE
34. The: Sp. : LAS
35. Alibi. : PLEA
37. Sediment. : LEES
38. Dog ___. : SLED
39. Courteous. : URBANE
41. Ridge in river. : SANDBAR
43. Boxing match. : SPAR
44. Talk: Slang. : CHIN
47. Genus including the maples. : ACER
48. Ichthyophagus mustelines. : OTTERS
49. Large rodents of South America. : PACAS
51. Chinese Premier. : SOONG
52. Becomes viscous. : GELS
53. Town near Amiens. : NESLE
54. U. S. delegate to Atomic Energy Commission. : BARUCH
55. People engaged in civil war. : CHINESE
57. Orthodox Mohammedan. : ISLAMITE
59. Thwart. : CROSS
60. Grows genial. : THAWS
64. Obduracy. : FLINTINESS
67. Nimitz's charge. : FLEET
68. Eastern laborer. : COOLIE
69. U. S. Ambassador to Poland. : LANE
70. Coquettish glance. : OGLE
71. Circuits. : AREAS
72. Assert. : CONTEND
73. Become public. : OUT
74. Ox of Celebes. : ANOA
75. Belgian Foreign Minister, Pres. of U. N. Assembly. : SPAAK
76. Limits. : PALE
77. Chatter: Colloq. : MAG
78. Singer. : CROONER
80. Assert. : POSIT
81. Chancellor of Austria. : FIGL
82. Compartment of a surface. : PANE
83. Doghouse. : KENNEL
84. ___ de ville. : HOTEL
85. Features. : LINEAMENTS
87. Frequent result of cold rain. : SLEET
88. Chambers for fodder. : SILOS
89. Put off. : DEFERRED
90. Inborn. : NATURAL
92. Flickers. : WAVERS
93. Sloping roadways. : RAMPS
97. Vogue. : MODE
100. Expressions of approval. : AMENS
101. Entire. : EVERY
102. Governor of Puerto Rico, first native in that post. : PINERO
103. Shank: Anat. : CRUS
104. Virginia Senator opposed by CIO. : BYRD
105. Resting place. : LAIR
106. Glutton. : GUTTLER
107. European thrush. : MISSEL
109. Artist's colors. : OILS
110. Aboveboard. : OPEN
112. Indirect. : SIDE
113. Tidbit for aardvark. : ANT
114. Garb. : VESTMENT
118. Casts. : FLINGS
120. Girl's nickname. : NAN
121. Executed war criminal. : HOMMA
123. Head of family. : HOUSEHOLDER
125. Choice part. : ELITE
127. Huge expanse. : OCEAN
128. RFC director. : ALLEN
129. Chairman of Republican National Committee. : REECE
130. Ceremonial acts. : RITES
131. One of the canonical hours. : NONES
132. Late novelist, historian, sociologist. : WELLS
133. President of Czechoslovakia. : BENES
134. Gratifies. : FEEDS
1. Chairman of Price Decontrol Board. : THOMPSON
2. Govern. : REGULATE
3. ABCs. : ELEMENTS
4. What porter is mixed with. : ALE
5. Piffle. : TOSH
6. Coiler. : TWINER
7. Flexible joint. : HINGE
8. Sprites. : ELVES
9. Reward. : MEED
10. Scottish county. : AYR
11. Report of proceedings: Fr. : CAHIER
12. Adjudge. : AWARD
13. Confidential information: Slang. : DOPE
14. Supplemented: with out. : EKED
15. Tissue: Anat. : TELA
16. Frisk. : CAPER
17. Iran's Ambassador to U. S. : ALA
18. Secretary of Commerce. : WALLACE
19. Enroll. : EMPANEL
20. Baskets to be carried on back. : DOSSERS
27. Light carriage. : CALASH
31. Wellaway! : ALAS
33. Sudden thrust. : LUNGE
36. Sweetheart of quartets. : ADELINE
38. Reservation. : SPACE
40. Noted English economist, journalist (1826–77). : BAGEHOT
42. Seaport on NW France. : BREST
43. Rabbit tails. : SCUTS
44. City on Hudson, near Troy. : COHOES
45. Elevate. : HOIST
46. What padroni manage. : INNS
49. Novel by Richardson, 1740. : PAMELA
50. Issue. : ARISE
51. Harsh, shrill sound. : SCREAK
54. Port of entry in Maine. : BANGOR
56. Predecessor of Vinson. : STONE
58. Brother of Ethel. : LIONEL
59. Grip on shoe. : CLEAT
61. President-elect of Mexico. : ALEMAN
62. U. S. delegate to Economic and Social Council. : WINANT
63. Grasslike plants. : SEDGES
64. Multitudes. : FLOCKS
65. Philippine puppet under Japanese. : LAUREL
66. Chant. : INTONE
67. Tenuous. : FRAIL
68. Get control of: Colloq. : COLLAR
71. Projecting parts of buildings. : APSES
72. Basketball players: Colloq. : CAGERS
74. Dutch news agency. : ANETA
75. Plants of SW U. S. : SOTOLS
76. Place that grows a tropical fruit. : PINERY
79. Identity. : ONENESS
80. Nation holding general elections in November. : POLAND
81. Military musician. : FIFER
82. Prigs. : PEDANTS
84. Charterer. : HIRER
85. Pry. : LEVER
86. Deserve. : MERIT
88. City NW of Kharkov. : SUMY
89. Louisiana's singing Governor. : DAVIS
91. Schedule. : TABLE
92. Means. : WEALTH
94. High explosive. : MELINITE
95. Anticipated. : PREDATED
96. Sensitivity. : SORENESS
97. Chairman of Senate Atomic Energy Committee. : MCMAHON
98. Venezuelan river. : ORINOCO
99. British cleaners. : DUSTMEN
102. Sleigh. : PUNG
105. Napery. : LINENS
106. Categories. : GENRES
108. Fighting Bob. : EVANS
109. Baltic island. : OESEL
110. Of yore: Poet. : OLDEN
111. Single object. : PIECE
115. Resident of Ayot St. Lawrence. : SHAW
116. Narrated: Dial. : TOLE
117. Cogitate: Colloq. : MULL
118. Vanish. : FLEE
119. One in bondage. : SERF
122. Feminine name. : MAE
124. Form into globe. : ORB
126. Recent traveler through Europe. : LIE

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 52 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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