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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Wednesday, October 5, 1955

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q V X Y }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1955, The New York TimesNo. 2,290
Across
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Between Virgo and Scorpio. : LIBRA
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Peggy Wood's TV role. : MAMA
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Humbug. : SHAM
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Churchill to Eden. : INLAW
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City with famous casbah. : ORAN
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Stack. : PILE
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Late genius. : DREINSTEIN
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Crocus. : IRID
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Stitched. : SEWN
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River duck. : TEAL
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Mrs. Coolidge. : GRACE
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Sense. : FEEL
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U. S. S. R. resort. : CRIMEA
26
Jungle journey. : SAFARI
29
___ pea soup. : SPLIT
31
Conductor of Los Angeles Philharmonic. : WALLENSTEIN
33
Church seat. : PEW
36
Sea in Asia. : ARAL
37
Pan-fried. : SAUTE
38
Withered. : SERE
39
Unfamiliar. : NEW
40
He wrote "Poems in Praise of Practically Nothing." : HOFFENSTEIN
42
Thief: Yiddish. : GANEF
43
Having layers. : TIERED
44
Leaped. : SPRANG
47
Beautiful woman. : PERI
48
Sign in an office. : THINK
49
Six-feet-six. : TALL
51
No part. : NONE
55
Telephone call. : RING
56
Hebrews. : ISRAELITES
58
More. : ELSE
59
Chronicler of Felix Krull. : MANN
60
Character of a people. : ETHOS
61
Troubles. : WOES
62
Baptist, Lutheran, etc.: Abbr. : PROT
63
Pure, refreshing air. : OZONE
Down
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Covers. : LIDS
2
Phrase in a business letter. : INRE
3
Puffed. : BLEW
4
Shower. : RAINFALL
5
Barley bristle. : AWN
6
A series of cabins. : MOTEL
7
Sector. : AREA
8
Armor. : MAIL
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___ Arbor. : ANN
10
"___ of St. Louis." : SPIRIT
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King who helped Solomon build temple. : HIRAM
12
Mrs. Gobel on TV. : ALICE
13
Euripides' play. : MEDEA
18
Tune in Vallee's repertoire. : STEINSONG
22
Facial expression. : GRIN
24
Before. : ERE
25
Regular customers. : CLIENTELE
26
Water bird. : SWAN
27
River in Switzerland. : AARE
28
Error. : FLAW
29
Things. : STUFF
30
Father Barry in "Waterfront." : PETE
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Ump's palms-down signal. : SAFE
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Equal. : PEER
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Toledo's lake. : ERIE
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Go: Poetic. : WEND
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World chess champion, 1866-94. : STEINITZ
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560 yards of yarn. : HANK
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Title. : SIR
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Sacred river of India. : GANGES
44
Scatter. : STREW
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Vance of whodunits. : PHILO
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Step in home wave process. : RINSE
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Trap for wrongdoers. : PLANT
49
Nicholas II. : TSAR
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Pisa's river. : ARNO
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Roman emperor. : OTHO
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An inert gas. : NEON
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Essence: Latin. : ESSE
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A mood, in grammar: Abbr. : IMP
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Zodiac sign. : LEO

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later.

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