Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Friday, March 15, 1985

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { G J K Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 251 (avg 1.31)
Open Squares: 82, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 2
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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Roman conspirator : BRUTUS
7. Partner of 1 Across : CASSIUS
14. Tebaldi and Scotto : RENATAS
16. Triple ___: 1907–17 : ENTENTE
17. Plain : EVIDENT
18. Storyteller : RELATOR
19. Douceur : TIP
20. Italian saint : STEFANO
22. D.C. ecology group : EPA
23. Wang Lung's wife : OLAN
25. Cather's "___ Lady" : ALOST
26. Piquancy : NIP
27. A fiddler and a pianist : NEROS
29. "Hamlet" part : ACT
30. Very, to Verdi : ASSAI
32. Pub game : DARTS
34. Encourages : HEARTENS
36. What a cicerone conducts : TOUR
38. Director De ___ : SICA
39. Taught : SCHOOLED
43. Mercury, e.g. : METAL
46. Lend ___ (aid) : AHAND
47. Mail convenience: Abbr. : POB
49. Thomas's "___ Go Gentle . . . " : DONOT
51. Thing, to Tacitus : RES
52. Cougars : PUMAS
54. Recherché : RARE
55. This, in Paris : CET
56. Silver-eagle wearer : COLONEL
58. Org. fostering opera, etc. : NEA
59. Van Gogh's "Room ___" : ATARLES
61. Believes : CREDITS
63. Cloy : SATIATE
64. Wind : SINUATE
65. March 15 : THEIDES
66. Victim on 65 Across : CAESAR
1. A founder of Surrealism : BRETON
2. Vilipended : REVILED
3. A woman who has borne one child : UNIPARA
4. Dramatist Mosel : TAD
5. Salt Lake City team : UTES
6. Bag man : SANTA
7. Horned viper : CERASTES
8. Concerning : ANENT
9. Manche's capital : STLO
10. Celebes or China : SEA
11. Considerable : INTENSE
12. Idealist : UTOPIAN
13. Jones's prize in 1779 : SERAPIS
15. Pillarlike monument : STELA
21. Marshal of France in W.W. I : FOCH
24. Carney role in "The Honeymooners" : NORTON
28. Tolerated : STOOD
30. Followed a curving course : ARCED
31. Turbine part : STATOR
33. Rio Grande do ___, Brazil : SUL
35. Object : AIM
37. Disgusts : REPULSES
39. Caustic wit : SARCAST
40. Swift cat : CHEETAH
41. Arrow-shaped : HASTATE
42. Major-___ : DOMO
44. Biblical fibber : ANANIAS
45. Singer Lynn : LORETTA
48. Judges' seats : BANCS
50. Ecdysiast, e.g. : TEASER
52. Rostand or Ronsard : POETE
53. Silken : SERIC
56. Draped, e.g. : CLAD
57. Miss Genst? : LENA
60. Venezia's canals : RII
62. Proper : DUE

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