Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Thursday, January 21, 1993

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { B J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 3
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Annie Oakley : PASS
5. More judicious : SAGER
10. Far East weight unit : TAEL
14. Playbill heading : ACTI
15. Rousseau classic : EMILE
16. With regard to : INRE
17. Co-star of "Thelma and Louise" : GEENADAVIS
19. Novelist Ferber : EDNA
20. Spend the summer : ESTIVATE
21. Surfeited : CLOYED
23. Part of R.S.V.P. : SIL
24. Prompter's activity : CUING
25. Debut film for 17 Across : TOOTSIE
29. Disclose : REVEAL
31. Umpire's palms-down call : SAFE
32. Give consent : ACCEDE
34. Inlet : RIA
36. "Per ardua ad ___," R.A.F. motto : ASTRA
38. Bricklayer's burden : HOD
39. Big A events : RACES
41. Deer: Ger. : REH
42. Impassive : STOLID
45. Rinehart book : TISH
46. Small sofa : SETTEE
48. Having left a will : TESTATE
50. Shackles : IRONS
51. Hush-hush org. : CIA
52. Person who can be grand : PARENT
54. Casanovas : AMORISTS
59. Conflict : AGON
60. "The ___ Tourist," in which 17 Across won an Oscar : ACCIDENTAL
62. Lascivious : LEWD
63. Singer from the Bronx : GORME
64. Literary alias : ELIA
65. Optician's product : LENS
66. Arabian bigwig : EMEER
67. Numbskull : DOLT
1. Trainbearer : PAGE
2. Top pitchers : ACES
3. Editorial O.K. : STET
4. Ominous : SINISTER
5. Mo. state-fairgrounds site : SEDALIA
6. Third of a Latin trio : AMAT
7. Donate : GIVE
8. Yalie : ELI
9. Liberated : RESCUED
10. ___ on (get squiffed) : TIEONE
11. He fooled 17 Across in "Hero" : ANDYGARCIA
12. Irish lake : ERNE
13. Prized role : LEAD
18. Rara ___ : AVIS
22. Kind of wurst : LIVER
24. Believe : CREDIT
25. Despot : TSAR
26. Refuges : OASES
27. "A League ___," 1992 film : OFTHEIROWN
28. Canyon sounds : ECHOES
30. "Villain, thou ___": Shak. : LIEST
33. Regt. head : COL
35. Tennis great : ASHE
37. Nobelist in Chemistry: 1922 : ASTON
40. Reached : ATTAINED
43. Camping gear : TENTAGE
44. Cryptographer's device : DECODER
47. Faddists' concerns : TRENDS
49. Colt's father : SIRE
52. Weary : PALL
53. Askew, in Yorkshire : AGEE
54. Israeli port : ACRE
55. Marceau, e.g. : MIME
56. Town on the Vire : STLO
57. Scut, for one : TAIL
58. Blind part : SLAT
61. Prefix with mix : COM

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