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New York Times, Tuesday, September 23, 1952

Author:
Unknown
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.36, Missing: { J Q Y Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 85, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 1,192
Across
1. It will be the world's largest aircraft carrier. : FORRESTAL
10. Lover's quarrel. : SPAT
14. One of the Bahamas. : ELEUTHERA
15. "Peter Grimes" is one. : OPERA
16. He wrote "The Cruel Sea." : MONSARRAT
17. Thickened soup. : PUREE
18. Quod ___ demonstrandum. : ERAT
19. Indefinitely ancient. : IMMEMORIAL
21. Wearies. : IRKS
23. Spanish muralist. : SERT
24. ___ Mansion, N. Y. C. "White House." : GRACIE
27. Relative of "shoo." : SCAT
28. Exclamations of pain. : OWS
31. Capital of French Morocco. : RABAT
32. Emulate one of the three wise monkeys: 3 wds. : SEENOEVIL
34. Entrance to a mine. : ADIT
35. Times when Phoebus 'gins arise. : MORNS
36. Delayed. : LATE
37. Namely. : VIDELICET
39. River of forgetfulness. : LETHE
40. River in England. : EXE
41. Yale Bowl contenders. : ELIS
42. Mother Goose girl. : BOPEEP
43. Where the señor dines. : SALA
44. Thin, narrow strip of wood. : LATH
45. Governor Emerson's capital. : MONTPELIER
49. River in France, tributary of the Aisne. : AIRE
53. Revere. : ADORE
54. On the way, as goods: 2 wds. : INTRANSIT
56. Mentioned. : CITED
57. V. I. P. in the Atomic Era. : SCIENTIST
58. Had practical knowledge of. : KNEW
59. Thomas Lanier Williams. : TENNESSEE
Down
1. Wife, as used in legal phrases. : FEME
2. Genus of the whistling swans. : OLOR
3. California rockfish: Var. : RENA
4. Go to the country. : RUSTICATE
5. Zeta, ___, theta. : ETA
6. Bird in a play title. : SHRIKE
7. Words. : TERMS
8. William Saroyan character. : ARAM
9. Becoming concealed. : LATESCENT
10. Jet. : SPURT
11. Beautiful woman. : PERI
12. Region. : AREA
13. Chinese weight or money. : TAEL
15. Portuguese city from which a wine is named. : OPORTO
20. Considerable pecuniary resources. : MEANS
22. Slower: Mus. abbr. : RIT
24. Serious. : GRAVE
25. Base of a system of numbers, in mathematics. : RADIX
26. First word of a much-sung hymn. : ABIDE
27. Ancient Chinese. : SERES
28. Egg-shaped. : OVATE
29. Willow or osier twig. : WITHE
30. About one-third of life. : SLEEP
32. Thomas or Bevan. : SOCIALIST
33. Highly current cartoon symbols. : ELEPHANTS
35. Thousand: Comb. form. : MILLE
38. Vaulted. : LEAPED
39. He had a curious wife. : LOT
42. Describing the Bad Lands. : BARREN
43. Scatter. : STREW
44. Admit: 2 wds. : LETIN
45. Ted ___, new "Major Bowes." : MACK
46. One-eyed ruler of Valhalla. : ODIN
47. Just a few lines. : NOTE
48. Famous name in early movies. : INCE
50. Goddess of the sacred cow. : ISIS
51. Climb. : RISE
52. Feminine suffix. : ETTE
55. One: Scot. : ANE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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