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OF PLACES AND PEOPLE

New York Times, Sunday, September 28, 1947

Author: Archie S. Kreiling
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 507 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 128, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 42
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© 1947, The New York TimesNo. 294
Across Down
1. Palestine anti-terrorist movement. : HAGANAH
8. In office once held by Cardenas. : ALEMAN
14. Miss misfortune. : ESCAPE
20. Samuel Francis Smith's opus, 1832. : AMERICA
21. Put into characters. : NOTATE
22. Harnessed. : GEARED
23. Wise counselors. : MENTORS
24. Meteor wakes. : TRAILS
25. Sea between China and Korea. : YELLOW
26. Malt beverages. : ALES
27. River in Georgia, headwater of the Coosa. : ETOWAH
29. Nipa palms. : ATAPS
31. Indian of Tierra del Fuego. : ONA
32. Fifty-four: Roman numerals. : LIV
33. Dried up. : SERE
34. In respect to. : ANENT
35. Provoke. : STIR
36. Indian mulberries. : AALS
39. Sir Galahad's occupation. : ERRANTRY
42. Gorged. : SATED
43. Charter ___. : OAK
45. Marine animals. : SPONGES
46. On the opposite side. : ACROSS
47. Seat of Kansas Wesleyan University. : SALINA
50. Shoshonean Indians. : UTES
51. Ox of Celebes. : ANOA
52. Author of "Captain from Castile." : SHELLABARGER
55. English physicist, founder of famous institution. : SMITHSON
59. Present. : HERE
60. Leans upon. : RELIES
61. Variety of wheat. : SPELT
62. The ear: Comb. form. : OTO
63. Fetid. : OLID
64. Region of central Indo-China; includes the Shan states. : LAOS
65. By birth or nature. : BORN
66. "The Ghost and Mrs. ___." : MUIR
67. Builder of Fontana Dam. : TVA
68. Looks closely at. : SCANS
70. Mexico's Finance Minister. : BETETA
72. Dr. G. Witt's discovery, 1898. : EROS
73. Tending toward ego. : SELFWARD
75. Rouget de Lisle's composition, 1792. : MARSEILLAISE
77. Freckles' blubbery pal. : LARD
78. Small weight of India. : TOLA
79. Pluck or pull off. : AVULSE
80. One of the Quints. : CECILE
83. "Lippy" Leo's successor. : SHOTTON
86. Hole-in-one. : ACE
87. Expiate. : ATONE
88. He replaced Gen. McClellan in 1862. : BURNSIDE
89. Formerly. : ERST
92. Catalogue. : LIST
93. Equines. : MARES
94. Mistress Dorothy in "King Henry IV." : DOLL
97. General Arnold. : HAP
99. Suffer. : LET
100. Bellini heroine. : NORMA
101. Mr. Churchill. : WINNIE
103. ___ of Anjou. : RENE
104. Climbing fish genus. : ANABAS
106. Prefigure. : IDEATE
108. Pocahontas' real name. : MATOAKA
110. Lantern fish. : INIOME
111. Does military duty. : SERVES
112. Deducer. : EVOLVER
113. Feelings. : SENSES
114. Border finishers. : EDGERS
115. Fasteners. : SEALERS
1. Fixed star. : HAMAL
2. Becky Sharp's schoolmate. : AMELIA
3. John Calvin's city. : GENEVA
4. Crafts. : ARTS
5. Island in Aegean Sea. : NIO
6. Wooer of Lydia Languish. : ACRES
7. Impetuosity. : HASTE
8. Where Rubens lived. : ANTWERP
9. Feminine name. : LORA
10. Port of departure of polar expedition. : ETAH
11. Spring month: Fr. : MAI
12. Figures of men used as columns. : ATLANTES
13. Illegal squatters. : NESTERS
14. Friction point in Africa. : EGYPT
15. Understands. : SEES
16. Earl Warren's state: Abbr. : CAL
17. Italian burlesque poet (1395–1483). : ARLOTTO
18. Large flowers. : PEONIES
19. Radio warbler. : EDWARDS
28. Mine products. : ORES
30. At all. : ANY
34. Vexation. : ANGER
35. Churchill's daughter. : SARAH
37. Sprawled. : LOLLED
38. Spanker. : SAIL
40. Cosmetics. : ROUGES
41. Poker stakes. : ANTES
42. Author of "The Story of Mrs. Murphy." : SCOTT
44. Burr in wood. : KNAR
46. Indigo. : ANIL
47. Put aside. : SHELVE
48. Pertaining to aircraft. : AERIAL
49. Writer of famous love letters (1079–1142). : ABELARD
51. Mystic trance: Lat. : AMENTIA
52. Marksmen. : SHOTS
53. Islands in Gulf of Bothnia. : ALAND
54. Chilean man of the hour. : RIOS
55. Frolic. : SPREE
56. Chauve ___, Russian theatre group. : SOURIS
57. Without profit. : OTIOSE
58. Scandinavians. : NORSE
61. Swillbowls. : SOTS
65. Southern Albanian oil field. : BERATI
66. Wooden implement for pulverizing. : MEALER
68. Marshy piece of meadow. : SWALE
69. Organization routing packages to Europe's needy. : CARE
70. Baltic barons. : BALTS
71. Edison's middle name. : ALVA
74. City near Detroit. : FLINT
75. Secondary planets. : MOONS
76. Famous magazine man. : LUCE
78. Interwove with O.N.T. : THREADED
80. Ancient green stone. : CALLAIS
81. Stephen: Fr. : ETIENNE
82. Author of "The Red Rose." : COSTAIN
83. Guess. : SURMISE
84. Peculiarity. : ODDNESS
85. Rare gas. : NEON
88. Impediment. : BAR
90. Gather into a bundle. : SHEAVE
91. Oil cargo vessel. : TANKER
93. Son of Vicar of Wakefield. : MOSES
95. Linden trees. : LIMES
96. Permission. : LEAVE
98. Pome fruits. : PEARS
100. Denomination. : NAME
101. Femme of the Navy. : WAVE
102. Roman highway. : ITER
103. Trill. : ROLL
105. Cattle genus. : BOS
107. Work unit. : ERG
109. Valiant Samoan warrior. : TOA

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 36 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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