Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Friday, April 27, 1984

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { F J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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1. Bridegroom's septennial problem : ITCH
5. Nickname for the site of Japan's surrender: 1945 : BIGMO
10. Gremlin's kin : IMPS
14. River or monster : GILA
15. "___ Indolence": Keats : ODEON
16. Chesterfield : COAT
17. Moreno of the Yankees : OMAR
18. Intended : MEANT
19. Writer Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
20. Sewer workers' slogan? : REMEMBERTHEMAIN
23. Cote sound : BAA
24. Menuhin's teacher : ENESCO
25. Openwork appearance : LACERY
28. S.A. Indian : PIRO
30. Cord for a kaffiyeh : AGAL
31. Embezzler : PECULATOR
36. Burr's problem? : DUELPERSONALITY
39. What 1969's Apollo 11 mission caused : SENSATION
40. "___ Smile Be Your Umbrella" : LETA
41. Subs' superiors : REGS
42. St. Denis, to the French : PATRON
44. Numbness : STUPOR
48. Heine's sigh : ACH
49. Hoisting beef? : PULLINGUPSTEAKS
56. Tract : AREA
57. ___ ease (uncomfortable) : ILLAT
58. Stimulate : WHET
59. Diminutive : TINY
60. Orange shade : TENNE
61. On the Aral : ASEA
62. Tolkien's tree shepherds : ENTS
63. Irish Renaissance leader : YEATS
64. Foo ___ (an omelet) : YONG
1. Harpsichordist Kipnis : IGOR
2. Einstein's fourth dimension : TIME
3. Littleneck, e.g. : CLAM
4. Blue perennials : HAREBELLS
5. Indian port : BOMBAY
6. Nice notion : IDEE
7. Low is one : GEAR
8. ___ Blanc, Alpine peak : MONT
9. Retreating : ONTHERUN
10. "___ to bury Caesar . . . " : ICOME
11. Metrical units : MORAS
12. Very funny fellow : PANIC
13. Winnie Winkle of comics : STENO
21. Spoil : MAR
22. ___ Gay, famed plane : ENOLA
25. Striplings : LADS
26. Malarial symptom : AGUE
27. A D-day target : CAEN
28. Some dinero : PESOS
29. Sacred image : ICON
31. Precise, proper party pooper : PRIG
32. Cahn–Van Heusen Oscar winner: 1957 : ALLTHEWAY
33. Theater gallery : TIER
34. "Prince ___," R.L.S. work : OTTO
35. Actor O'Neal : RYAN
37. Parisian's partition : PAROI
38. "Damned from here to ___": Kipling : ETERNITY
42. Hits hard : PASTES
43. Bill's possible future : ACT
44. Flash flood : SPATE
45. The Detroit of Italy : TURIN
46. Suffix with fraud : ULENT
47. Ionesco creations : PLAYS
50. Part song : GLEE
51. Cubitus : ULNA
52. Fight for breath : PANT
53. Chan's exclamation : AHSO
54. Wail, Irish style : KEEN
55. Smoker : STAG

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