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WITH CLUES FROM THE NEWS

New York Times, Sunday, September 19, 1943

Author: Louis Jenkins
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 158, Blocks: 75, Avg Word Len: 5.75, Missing: { J Q W X }, Scrabble score: 644 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 178, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 101
Louis Jenkins has 23 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
PS notes: Inserted slash in 15-Down clue to indicate line break in quote.
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© 1943, The New York TimesNo. 84
Across Down
1. Commander of the French forces in Africa. : GIRAUD
7. Bombed German seaport on the Baltic. : ROSTOCK
14. Continent now free of the Axis. : AFRICA
20. Much-bombed city on the Rhine. : COLOGNE
21. Champagne-producing town on the Marne. : EPERNAY
22. Blighting. : SEARING
24. Famous German portrait painter (1497–1543). : HOLBEIN
25. Show rivalry. : VIE
26. Mistake. : ERR
27. Convict settlement in French Guiana. : CAYENNE
28. Town in the Netherlands. : EDE
29. Allowances. : STIPENDS
32. Greasers. : OILERS
34. Fifth son of Jacob. : DAN
35. Let off. : EMIT
37. Cloudless. : AZURE
38. Sailing rigs used on Mediterranean vessels. : LATEENS
40. Apportion. : METE
41. Cummerbund. : SASH
42. Schism. : RENT
43. Style of wainscot. : PANELED
44. City in the Ukraine. : KIROV
45. Very attractive. : ENTICING
47. Smokestacks. : FUNNELS
48. Malaria. : MIASMA
49. Vast expanses. : SEAS
50. Express sympathy. : CONDOLE
51. Beginning. : GERM
52. U. S. medium bomber, B-26. : MARTIN
55. Humbugs: British slang. : BARNEYS
56. Distinct portions of real estate. : PREMISES
60. Coral island. : ATOLL
61. Pinkies. : FINGERS
62. Produce mental irritation. : GRATE
63. Beverage. : ALE
64. Inventor of even-keel submarine. : LAKE
65. Indistinct utterances. : MUTTERS
66. Asks to be told. : CRAVES
67. Stroke in tennis. : LET
68. "The Rail-Splitter." : ABE
69. Clergymen. : PASTORS
70. Players of wind instruments. : TOOTERS
71. Devour. : EAT
72. Formal evening dance: French. : BAL
73. Modifies. : ALTERS
74. Lame people. : LIMPERS
75. Composer of "Rule Britannia" (1710–1778). : ARNE
76. Month of the year: Abbr. : APL
77. Holes. : LAIRS
78. Pruners. : LOPPERS
79. Of secondary consideration. : MINOR
80. Discoverer of light rays (1845–1923). : ROENTGEN
82. Concentrates. : CENTERS
83. Overmastering manias. : FURORS
84. Unit of time. : YEAR
85. Fruits which taste like turpentine. : MANGOES
86. Gulf on south coast of Celebes. : BONI
87. Nazi opponents on the Russian front. : TATARS
90. Groom. : HOSTLER
91. Domestic atmosphere. : HOMINESS
95. Wrong. : AMISS
96. Indians of the Sioux tribe. : SANTEES
97. System of rules. : CODE
98. Insect. : GNAT
99. Fruit-bat. : PECA
100. Dutch island near Singapore. : BINTANG
101. Polish city between Berlin and Warsaw. : POSEN
102. Excitement. : STIR
103. Member of the B. P. O. E. : ELK
104. He gave New York City its first charter, 1686. : DONGAN
105. City on the Bay of Naples. : SORRENTO
108. Given name of a famous Norwegian violinist. : OLE
109. Washing lightly. : RINSING
111. Egyptian earth god. : GEB
113. With: German. : MIT
114. Watchman: Spanish. : SERENOS
116. Impassive. : STOICAL
117. Make serviceable. : UTILIZE
119. Blackboard cleaners. : ERASERS
120. Channel. : ARTERY
121. Manors. : ESTATES
122. Ether compounds. : ESTERS
1. Noted exponent of jazz. : GOODMAN
2. One given to the too frequent use of "he." : ILLEIST
3. Given name of a Walter Scott hero. : ROB
4. Periods of time. : AGES
5. Member of a religious sect. : UNITARIAN
6. Dwellers. : DENIZENS
7. Turn back. : REVERT
8. Think. : OPINE
9. Pit. : SEED
10. Initials of Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1906. : TR
11. Unit. : ONE
12. East Indian casks for dried fruits. : CAROTEELS
13. A litany, "Lord, have mercy upon us." : KYRIELLE
14. Mount. : ASCEND
15. "When our actions do not,/Our ___ do make us traitors."—Macbeth. : FEARS
16. Parts of a beam. : RAYS
17. Choler. : IRE
18. Soft coal ashes. : CINDERS
19. Island of the New Hebrides group. : ANNATOM
20. Food costing red stamps. : CHEESE
23. Where the League of Nations met. : GENEVA
30. Low box sled. : PUNG
31. Calumniates. : SLANDERS
33. Prominent members of the F. F. V. : LEES
36. Companion of the rose and the shamrock. : THISTLE
39. Disturbs. : ANNOYS
40. Where the Hialeah races are run. : MIAMI
43. Those who play on words. : PUNNERS
44. Outdoor fair: var. : KIRMESS
46. Line the roof of. : CEIL
47. Counterfeiters. : FORGERS
48. Opponents in a duel. : MEETERS
50. Eddie, Ida and the girls. : CANTORS
51. Sculptors. : GRAVERS
52. District in Madras, India. : MALABAR
53. River in Venezuela, 140 miles to the Orinoco. : ATABAPO
54. 300-mile African river flowing into the Atlantic. : ROKELLE
55. Small heron. : BITTERN
56. Idle talkers. : PRATERS
57. Gulf south of Bay of Naples. : SALERNO
58. Visitor to New Zealand. : ELEANOR
59. Hunting dogs. : SETTERS
61. Moldier. : FUSTIER
62. Seekers. : GROPERS
65. Large, white grapes. : MALAGAS
66. One having equal rank. : COMPEER
69. Speaks trickily. : PALTERS
70. Walks very quietly. : TIPTOES
74. Popular name for an insect. : LONGLEGS
75. Sessions out-of-doors. : AIRINGS
78. Pertaining to a period of fasting. : LENTEN
79. Stage and movie star. : MUNI
81. Large lake in southeast Africa, outlet into Zambesi river. : NYASA
82. Always heard in "Carmen." : CASTANETS
83. Instigators. : FOMENTERS
85. Married name of Juliet. : MONTAGUE
86. Lake of Constance, in German. : BODENSEE
87. Becomes less gradually. : TAPERS
88. Given name of Mme. Galli-Curci. : AMELITA
89. American author (1791–1871). : TICKNOR
90. Knack; meaning. : HANG
91. Liquid clothing. : HOSE
92. Reciter of church services: var. : ENTONER
93. Horn-pipe dancers. : SAILORS
94. Accent. : STRESS
96. Without companions. : SINGLY
97. National legislature of Portugal. : CORTES
100. ___ Law, British Premier born in Canada (1858–1923). : BONAR
101. Honor. : PRIZE
104. Marked cubes. : DICE
106. Leave out. : OMIT
107. Public speaker: abbr. : ORAT
110. Pose. : SIT
112. Somewhat. : BIT
115. Compass point: abbr. : ESE
118. Expression used in the Sheridan plays. : LA

Answer summary: 15 unique to this puzzle, 86 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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