Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Friday, May 18, 1984

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.51, Missing: { B F J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Picky prandial pair : SPRATS
7. Piston-packing ring : GASKET
13. Approach furtively : STEALUP
14. Physician's vial : AMPULE
15. Superior violin : CREMONA
16. Hunters at the Pribilof Islands : SEALERS
18. Sleeper for two decades : RIP
19. Remits : PARDONS
21. Singer Tillis : MEL
22. Sacred Egyptian bull : APIS
24. Ancient commemorative tablet : STELE
25. Garçon's presentation : MENU
26. Five: Comb. form : PENTA
28. Road runner's relative : ANI
29. Part of L.S.D. : PENCE
30. Worker ant : ERGATE
32. Demanded strongly : INSISTED
34. Sources of caviar and isinglass : STURGEONS
36. One in the gleaning business : GATHERER
39. Anagram for assert : STARES
43. E.T., e.g. : ALIEN
44. Instance, in Pau : CAS
46. Little Harriet Tubman : SLAVE
47. Roasts, in a way : PANS
48. A place to stay for a day : MOTEL
50. Server's edge, for short : ADIN
51. Famed Bay Stater's monogram : EMK
52. Respects and loves : REVERES
54. Suffix for poet or hero : ICS
55. "___ Me," Humperdinck hit : RELEASE
57. Shake up : AGITATE
59. Unit of fineness for silk : DENIER
60. Tastes; likings : PALATES
61. Confounds : ADDLES
62. Fled to a J. P. : ELOPED
1. One of the brass or bass : STRIPER
2. Voyeur's activity : PEEPING
3. Ferragamo is one : RAM
4. Unbalanced : ALOP
5. Pears or fish : TUNAS
6. Where Agis ruled : SPARTA
7. "___ Alley," Frank King comic strip : GASOLINE
8. Pleasant, to Parisians : AMENE
9. Spots where some repair for repairs : SPAS
10. Issyk ___, U.S.S.R. lake : KUL
11. Lead or zinc : ELEMENT
12. Roman comic playwright : TERENCE
13. Predicament : SCRAPE
17. Pivoted : SLUED
20. Sully : DENIGRATE
23. Hides the loot : STASHES
25. Ben Hur's foe : MESSALA
27. "You used to come ___ . . . " : ATTEN
29. Sixteen parts of a peck : PINTS
31. Site of Ger., Nor., etc. : EUR
33. Morse recourse : SOS
35. Gets back or better : RECOVERS
36. Burrowing clam : GAPER
37. Southwestern shaded walk : ALAMEDA
38. Sounded like some mobiles : TINKLED
40. Spread, as joy or love : RADIATE
41. Winkled out : EVICTED
42. Meanings : SENSES
45. Sonoran's shawl : SERAPE
48. "Sir, let ___ your works and you no more": Pope : MESEE
49. Not hors la loi : LEGAL
52. Trotter's good position : RAIL
53. Fodder vat : SILO
56. Limit : END
58. Half sole : TAP

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