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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

QUOTATION

New York Times, Sunday, December 20, 1964

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 66, Avg Word Len: 5.51, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 523 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 132, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 14
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,621
Across
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Dean of the Democrats. : ACHESON
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Furnish. : AFFORD
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English poet. : GRAVES
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Exalt. : ELEVATE
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Scottish master of whimsy. : BARRIE
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Part of K. P. : POLICE
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Start of a quotation from Tennyson. : OURECHOESROLLFROMSOUL
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An 1898 discovery. : NEON
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Poitier's prize. : OSCAR
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Pen name of 1820. : ELIA
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West Coast berry. : SALAL
30
Bit. : SNIP
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Luau features. : HULAS
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Mailed. : SENT
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Ordered. : BADE
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Ike's post, 1950–52. : NATO
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Old Irish writing system. : OGAM
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Koran chapter. : SURA
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___ Bay, England. : TOR
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Cameraman's concern. : ANGLE
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Party of a sort. : SMOKER
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Textile worker. : PIECER
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Royal person. : PRESENCE
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Duck or down. : EIDER
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Tittle, for one. : PRO
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Verb akin to 63 Across. : ERAT
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Rockets. : SOARS
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Peace Corps members, for example. : IDEALISTS
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Water pitcher of India. : LOTA
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Being: Lat. : ESSE
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Early show. : MATINEE
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Ump's cousin. : REF
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Germany's first president. : EBERT
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Continuation of the quotation. : TOSOULAND
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Peer. : STARE
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Fuel. : GAS
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Opportunity. : OPENING
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German colonial coin. : PESA
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Sign on. : HIRE
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Dior's successor. : STLAURENT
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Lured. : LEDON
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Catch-all abbreviation. : ETAL
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Common suffix. : IST
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Greek vase. : DIOTA
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Popular singing group. : INKSPOTS
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___ the earth. : SALTOF
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Inserted, as a sound effect. : CUEDIN
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Famed movie actor. : LORRE
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Theologian's degree. : STP
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Christmas. : YULE
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Shower. : RAIN
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"La ___," Dukas ballet. : PERI
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Money in Venice. : LIRE
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British dude. : TOFF
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Direct attention to. : REFER
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Objectives. : ENDS
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One of the Van Dorens. : IRITA
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For the fun ___. : OFIT
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Hawthorne's birthplace. : SALEM
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Moorish commander. : CAID
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End of the quotation. : GROWFOREVERANDFOREVER
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By reason of this. : HEREAT
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Anne Brontë subject. : TENANT
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Tending to wear away. : EROSIVE
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Judges. : TRIERS
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Anc. chariot. : ESSEDA
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Perched. : ROOSTED
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Ages and ages. : AEON
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Leads for Queen. : CLUES
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Bittern. : HERON
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"Sunset and ___ ... " : EVENINGSTAR
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Black Hawk, for one. : SAC
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Galba's successor. : OTHO
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City in SW Missouri. : NEOSHO
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Favorite son. : ABSALOM
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Medleys. : FARRAGOES
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Companion of to. : FRO
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Wreath on a knight's helmet. : ORLE
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Brooklets. : RILLS
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Stands uo to. : DEFIES
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Mail center: Abbr. : GPO
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Gypsies. : ROMS
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Famous race horse. : ALSAB
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Profane. : VIOLATE
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Where Guayaquil is. : ECUADOR
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Tradesman. : SELLER
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Old French coin. : ECU
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Made hastily. : RANUP
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Far from ruddy. : PALE
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H. H. Munro. : SAKI
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Baseball hit. : TRIPLE
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Term in grammar. : TENSE
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Opposite of lateral. : MEDIAL
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Condors' homes. : AERIES
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Mexican weights. : ARROBAS
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Most adroit. : NEATEST
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Green no more. : SEASONED
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Bureaucratic problem. : REDTAPE
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Kind of lettuce. : COS
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Son of Eber. : PELEG
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British apple seller. : COSTER
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Checked. : REINEDIN
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Obtained from lac, copal, etc. : RESINIC
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"Dombey ___." : ANDSON
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Turncoat. : TRAITOR
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Notched. : SERRATE
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Noggin. : MUG
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Believes. : FEELS
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Brown and crunchy. : TOASTY
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Traveling. : ONTOUR
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Source of the quotation. : THEPRINCESS
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Baseball term. : PUTOUT
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Talus. : ANKLE
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Tiny: Dial. : LIL
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Start of speech. : LADIESAND
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Shred. : TEAR
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"And they were ___ afraid." : SORE
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Swizzle stick. : STIRRER
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Presumptive. : APRIORI
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Story. : FLOOR
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Spanish princess. : INFANTA
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Flimsy. : SLIGHT
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Worn out. : EFFETE
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Like better. : PREFER
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Vanity case. : ETWEE
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Game like handball. : FIVES
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Antiquity: Poet. : ELD
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Ship's crane. : DAVIT
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"Jumblies" vessel. : SIEVE
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Out yonder. : AFAR
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Shoe sizes. : TENS
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Premier of Italy. : MORO
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A famous Scott. : DRED
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Military group. : OTS
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Rachel's nickname. : RAE
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Marsupial, for short. : ROO

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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