Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Saturday, March 19, 1983

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { B Q U V X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.45)
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1. File sect. : MISC
5. David Copperfield's forte : MAGIC
10. Culloden Moor fighter : SCOT
14. Gazetteer datum : AREA
15. Cockatoo's cousin : ARARA
16. Job for Mason : CASE
17. Colleagues of March 19 patron : CARPENTERS
19. General locale of Nazareth : ASIA
20. Doesn't become superannuated : RETIRES
21. Smooth, easy pace : CANTER
23. License plate : TAG
24. Certain ships : COASTERS
26. March 19, to some : STJOSEPHSDAY
30. Papal cape : ORALE
31. Grow toward evening : LATEN
32. Cannoneer's plug : WAD
35. Loupe : LENS
36. Jung and Sagan : CARLS
37. Famed dweller in Nazareth : MARY
38. Spud bud : EYE
39. Health, to Henri : SANTE
40. Strass : PASTE
41. Role of March 19 patron : FOSTERFATHER
43. Accented : STRESSED
46. Bit of land : AIT
47. Jonah : HOODOO
48. A preceder of spring : MINERAL
52. Within: Comb. form : ENTO
53. Swallows' March 19 mecca : CAPISTRANO
56. Suffix with origin : ATOR
57. Swedish dollar : KRONA
58. Arabian bigwig : EMIR
59. Tribunals : FORA
60. Line of chatter : SPIEL
61. Soprano Clamma ___ : DALE
1. Large: Comb. form : MACR
2. Of wrath: Lat. : IRAE
3. Noted muralist : SERT
4. Temple of Jupiter and its hill : CAPITOLS
5. Riding academy : MANEGE
6. Some are fine : ARTS
7. Proceed, in Dundee : GAE
8. Kind of vb. : IRR
9. Mt. Rainier's range : CASCADES
10. Parsimonious : SCANTY
11. Kshatriya, e.g. : CASTE
12. Withy : OSIER
13. Cause of Alice's pool : TEARS
18. Fix a typo : ERASE
22. Wise ___ owl : ASAN
24. Made a cartograph : CHARTED
25. Stableboy in "The Highwayman" : OSTLER
26. Part of a pump : SOLE
27. Deuce topper : TREY
28. Burroughs heroine : JANE
29. Goalie who popularized masks : PLANTE
32. Wear's partner : WASH
33. A Johnson : ARTE
34. Batik expert : DYER
36. Clergymen : CASSOCKS
37. Was of consequence : MATTERED
39. Middling : SOSO
40. Emulate Raphael : PAINT
41. Opera by Giordano : FEDORA
42. King of Iraq: 1921–33 : FAISAL
43. Bundle exported to Russia : SHEAF
44. John Todd's radio role : TONTO
45. Helicopter part : ROTOR
48. Golconda : MINE
49. Nicaraguan native : RAMA
50. Anagram for nail : ANIL
51. Erudition : LORE
54. Famed Dadaist : ARP
55. Next: Mus. dir. : POI

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