Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Wednesday, October 14, 1987

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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1. Porter or King : COLE
5. Open-window hazard : DRAFT
10. Carbonize : CHAR
14. Aldrich's "The Story of ___ Boy" : ABAD
15. Like certain beavers : EAGER
16. Ethereal : AERY
17. Part of T.L.C. : LOVINGCARE
19. Lovers' ___ : LANE
20. Eye, ear, nose, etc. : FEATURES
21. Baldwins, e.g. : APPLES
23. Angers : IRES
24. Ermine in summer : STOAT
25. Put side by side : APPOSE
28. Sutures : STITCHES
31. He wrote "The Happy Valley": 1968 : BERNE
32. Thin-skinned places : SHINS
33. Retiree's nest egg: Abbr. : IRA
34. Psyche's beloved : EROS
35. Emulate a limpet : CLING
36. Fast breaker : MEAL
37. Ignited : LIT
38. Aim : POINT
39. Billiard shot : MASSE
40. Refinement : ELEGANCE
42. Nondisputable things : TASTES
43. Use a thurible : CENSE
44. Propensity : BENT
45. A source of starch : POTATO
47. Decimal part of a logarithm : MANTISSA
51. Eastern bigwig : EMIR
52. Tends : LOOKSAFTER
54. Bathe : LAVE
55. Some laud her cosmetics : ESTEE
56. Driver's warning : FORE
57. Flintstone of comics : FRED
58. They have "prophetable" jobs : SEERS
59. Cannonballed : SPED
1. Veal source : CALF
2. Hautboy : OBOE
3. Etnean output : LAVA
4. Publications : EDITIONS
5. M.D. or D.D.S. : DEGREE
6. Where the Marx Brothers spent a day : RACES
7. Arabian chieftains : AGAS
8. Chemin de ___ (gambling game) : FER
9. Physician's activity : TREATING
10. Cap worn in the Middle East : CALPAC
11. Leading the "in-the-pink" group : HEALTHIEST
12. "Comus" composer : ARNE
13. These cross the bar : RYES
18. She gives T.L.C. : NURSE
22. Kitchenware : POTS
24. Task : STINT
25. White poplar : ABELE
26. Problem for Pauline : PERIL
27. On guard : PROTECTIVE
28. "Rise and ___" : SHINE
29. Clean the slate : ERASE
30. Soupy of TV : SALES
32. Rasher or collop : SLICE
35. Comforts : CONSOLES
36. Large, powerful dogs : MASTIFFS
38. Show signs of exertion : PANT
39. Shawl or horse blanket : MANTA
41. Equipped : GEARED
42. Present and past : TENSES
44. His product may be stollen : BAKER
45. Lucre : PELF
46. Poet translated by FitzGerald : OMAR
47. Cornea irritant : MOTE
48. Break a habit : STOP
49. Withered : SERE
50. Cézanne's "Boy in ___ Vest" : ARED
53. Ending for malt or herb : OSE

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