Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Thursday, February 9, 1984

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { B J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 270 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Chubby : PLUMP
6. Game fish : CERO
10. Miami's county : DADE
14. Stand for Georgia O'Keeffe : EASEL
15. Antithesis of written : ORAL
16. Land of Herod Agrippa II : EDOM
17. Start of a pessimist's credo : EVERY
18. Hierarchal system : TOTEMPOLE
20. Vexed : PESTERED
22. Credo: Part II : SILVER
23. "___ est laborare . . . " : ORARE
24. Impecunious : NEEDY
25. Kind of corner : AMEN
28. Gump's mate : MIN
29. Persian or Siamese : CAT
30. Disencumber : RID
31. Little sea pike : SPET
32. Cockpits : ARENAS
36. Fielding and Menotti heroines : AMELIAS
38. Offer : PRESENT
39. Credo: Part III : LINING
40. Saucy : PERT
41. Cruise port : RIO
42. "Meeting at Potsdam" author : MEE
43. Inst. of the Fighting Engineers : RPI
44. Credo: Part IV : HASA
45. Celebrated : FAMED
48. "Oberon" is one : OPERA
50. Valuable violins : AMATIS
52. Conclude a speech : PERORATE
56. British proofreader : CORRECTOR
58. Dot over dot : COLON
59. One of the "Long Tails" : ERIE
60. Where Beauvais is : OISE
61. End of credo : CLOUD
62. Shoe size : TENE
63. Devil's-grip, e.g. : WEED
64. He wrote "The Big Knife" : ODETS
1. Emulate Tom of Coventry : PEEP
2. Flow along : LAVE
3. Exploits : USES
4. U.S. poet and religious writer : MERTON
5. Tradesman, e.g. : PLYER
6. Sets : COTERIES
7. Caustic : ERODENT
8. Squeal : RAT
9. Corrida calls : OLES
10. Empties wholly or partly : DEPLETES
11. " . . . wings like ___": Psalm 55 : ADOVE
12. Distributed : DOLED
13. Corundum : EMERY
19. Tower on a mosque : MINARET
21. Go on a tear : RAMPAGE
25. Asian salt lake : ARAL
26. Soprano who lost her key : MIMI
27. A Genesis setting : EDEN
29. Coral Sea is one : CARRIER
31. Indefinitely : SINEDIE
33. Tevere feeder : NERA
34. Flavoring for a Cannes cordial : ANIS
35. Ancient ambulatory : STOA
37. Linden, tupelo or sour gum : LIMETREE
38. Beat repeatedly : PEPPERED
40. Make a hitch pitch : PROPOSE
44. Loser in 1066 : HAROLD
45. Sparkler part : FACET
46. Casanova's obsession : AMORE
47. Noted artist from Rutherford, N.J.: 1872–1953 : MARIN
49. Italian saint : ROCCO
51. Large barge : SCOW
53. Drug-yielding plant : ALOE
54. Ballyhoo : TOUT
55. They might meet in a bowl : ENDS
57. Get even with : TIE

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