Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska 

New York Times, Friday, June 8, 1984

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.46, Missing: { J Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 256 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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1. Where an ark builder debarked : ARARAT
7. One of the Crimeans : TATAR
12. Descender in a wink : EYELASH
13. Fast time in Mecca : RAMADAN
15. Famed name in French theater : ANTOINE
16. Thessalian's ancient neighbor : EPIROTE
17. ___ Lanka : SRI
18. "Oh, Promise Me" composer : DEKOVEN
20. V.P. under G.R.F. : NAR
21. U.S.S.R. river : YANA
23. Not so green : RIPER
24. Clouseau's servant : CATO
25. Midges : GNATS
27. Crandall of diamond fame : DEL
28. Small glass bottle : PHIAL
29. "___ Nightingale": Keats : ODETOA
31. Pragmatic person : REALIST
33. Rialto warm-up : REHEARSAL
35. Son of the soil : PEASANT
37. Jerusalem's Arch of ___ : PILATE
41. Modified leaf : BRACT
42. Speaker's nickname : TIP
44. Of keys and chords : TONAL
45. Baltic native : LETT
46. Cleaving tools : FROES
48. Jazz singer Simone : NINA
49. Japanese national park : ASO
50. Arizona's ___ Desert : PAINTED
52. Tatami, e.g. : MAT
53. Having feeling : SENSATE
55. Bowler's arithmetic : AVERAGE
57. Burr and Hamilton, e.g. : ENEMIES
58. Yarn spinner : RELATER
59. Winter Palace residents : TSARS
60. Part of a bureau : DRAWER
1. She wrote "The Fountainhead" : AYNRAND
2. Coats on eyeballs : RETINAE
3. Mexican parrot : ALO
4. Sort of sortie : RAID
5. Moore's boss in a TV sitcom : ASNER
6. Coogan film: 1920 : THEKID
7. Decrease gradually : TAPER
8. President Gemayel of Lebanon : AMIN
9. Kind of bush : TAR
10. Shelley's elegy on Keats : ADONAIS
11. Knock-knock sound : RATATAT
12. Part of a saying re spendthrifts : EASYGO
13. Celebrant : REVELER
14. Alcohol used in perfumery : NEROL
19. D-day's ___ Overlord : OPERATION
22. Have a magnetic force : ATTRACT
24. Site of Bonivard's prison in a Byron poem : CHILLON
26. W. German city : SOEST
28. Intertwine : PLAIT
30. "Eureka!" : AHA
32. An ophidian : ASP
34. Journal jottings : ENTRIES
35. Offer : PRESENT
36. ___ words (retract) : EATONES
38. Living : ANIMATE
39. New World songbird : TANAGER
40. Cucujo's clicking kin : ELATER
41. Pleasure-weary : BLASE
43. Kind of firecracker : PETARD
46. Clotho, et al. : FATES
47. Separate : SEVER
50. Poker holding : PAIR
51. Baron ___ Warr : DELA
54. Like a wee bairn : SMA
56. Callow : RAW

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