Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Thursday, February 24, 1983

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Take a deep breath : GASP
5. Malay fowl : ASEEL
10. Lead-pipe cinch : SNAP
14. Greek music halls : ODEA
15. Valley ___, Pa. : FORGE
16. Money drawer : TILL
17. Menu : BILLOFFARE
19. Recorded proceedings : ACTA
20. Enrage : INFURIATE
21. Alan from N.Y.C. : ARKIN
22. Cupid and McGrew : DANS
23. Verboten : TABOO
25. Work in shifts : ROTATE
28. Faux pas : GAFFES
31. Post Cato held : EDILE
32. What "video" means : ISEE
35. Begin to use : TAP
36. Garnet or peridot : GEM
37. "Coppélia" composer : DELIBES
40. Give ___ whirl (try) : ITA
41. Had brunch : ATE
42. Predicate, or part of it : VERB
43. Great epicist : HOMER
45. Fettuccine item : NOODLE
48. Bearers of symbols of authority : MACERS
49. Dreads : FEARS
51. Kind : SORT
52. City in Puerto Rico : PONCE
54. Like Henry or Franklin : PATRIOTIC
59. Arabian bigwig : EMIR
60. Buffalo meat? : FAREOFBILL
61. In some yesterday : ONCE
62. Jefferson's sign : ARIES
63. Famed dissertator : ELIA
64. Louvre attraction : NIKE
65. "The Wreck of the Mary ___" : DEARE
66. Hollow stem : REED
1. Desert explored by Sven Hedin : GOBI
2. Tennis term : ADIN
3. Kind of confidence : SELF
4. Marshy : PALUDAL
5. Any in-law : AFFINE
6. Seats for several : SOFAS
7. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
8. Heronlike bird : EGRET
9. Appomattox figure : LEE
10. ___ David : STAROF
11. In the ___ (just when needed) : NICKOFTIME
12. Choir voices : ALTI
13. Gen. Marshall had one : PLAN
18. Emulated Bryan : ORATED
21. Lawyers' org. : ABA
24. Pulitzer Prize novelist : AGEE
25. Reagan's Sec. of Treasury : REGAN
26. "___ Billy Joe" : ODETO
27. Dime-novel era? : TIMEOFNICK
29. Horner or Sprat : EATER
30. U.S.C.G. group : SPARS
32. Réunion is one : ILE
33. Bors or Gawain : SIR
34. Dwindle : EBB
38. Eternally : EVER
39. A modern Omar : SHARIF
44. When rakes are seen in suburbia : OCTOBER
46. Fiat : DECREE
47. New Guinea port : LAE
48. Gloomy : MOROSE
50. Mark for Anthony : SPARE
51. His home is on the range : STEER
52. Latin laborer : PEON
53. Atlanta arena : OMNI
55. Air for Amara : ARIA
56. Wall covering : TILE
57. Netman Nastase : ILIE
58. Unlike David at Florence : CLAD
60. Possession of pet rocks, e.g. : FAD

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