Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Monday, February 14, 1983

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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Across Down
1. Mecca for shoppers : MART
5. Ostrich's cousin : RHEA
9. Renown : FAME
13. Where David slew Goliath : ELAH
14. Orient : EAST
15. Miscued : ERRED
16. Cahn–Van Heusen hit: 1955 : LOVEANDMARRIAGE
19. Star-shaped : STELLATE
20. Sour drink : ALEGAR
21. Seaman's patron : ELMO
22. Explorer Hedin : SVEN
23. Hollywood event : PREVUE
26. ___ generis (unique) : SUI
27. Per ___ : DIEM
31. External : OUTER
32. Dwellers in cantons : SWISS
34. B–F connection : CDE
35. "S.W.A.K." on an envelope : SEALEDWITHAKISS
38. Charlemagne's dom. : EMP
39. Revolutionary patriot : DEANE
40. Parts of harrows : TINES
41. He wrote "Your Erroneous Zones" : DYER
43. Ogle : EYE
44. Thrilling : TINGLY
45. Vipers : ASPS
47. Sharp scarp : CRAG
48. "Be thou as ___ as ice . . . ": Shak. : CHASTE
51. Stairway item : FOOTSTEP
55. Althea's swain : RICHARDLOVELACE
57. Abalone : ORMER
58. Jab : POKE
59. School Shelley attended : ETON
60. Nobleman : PEER
61. Lascivious look : LEER
62. Hankerings : YENS
1. Brooks and Blanc : MELS
2. "Thanks ___!" : ALOT
3. Talk gibberish : RAVE
4. On ___ (honest) : THELEVEL
5. Give a new title to : RENAME
6. "It ___ Be You," 1924 song : HADTO
7. Girl in a Salinger story : ESME
8. ___ loss for words : ATA
9. Word after boy or girl : FRIEND
10. First of a Kipling trio : ARAG
11. Prefix with ton or cycle : MEGA
12. River in Germany : EDER
15. Dashiell contemporary : ERLE
17. Played the siren : ALLURED
18. Transport with joy : RAVISH
22. Bridal ___ : SUITE
23. Modeled : POSED
24. "With ___ heart is laden": Housman : RUEMY
25. A day's march : ETAPE
26. Sty denizens : SWINE
28. Cupcake topper : ICING
29. Lemon shipped from Mich. : EDSEL
30. Like Junior's room, perhaps : MESSY
32. Persuades : SWAYS
33. Glut : SATIATE
36. More recondite : DEEPER
37. "Water Babies" poet : KINGSLEY
42. Thin slice of bacon : RASHER
44. Damage suit : TROVER
46. Top banana : STAR
47. Sarah ___, ex-tennis champ : COOKE
48. Farmer's concern : CROP
49. Charter : HIRE
50. Zenith : ACME
51. Arctic sight : FLOE
52. London art gallery : TATE
53. A social sci. : ECON
54. Corrals : PENS
56. U.N. license-plate initials : DPL

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