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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Thursday, February 15, 1951

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 606
Across
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Natives of Zurich. : SWISS
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Ruminate. : CHEW
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Make a trade. : SWAP
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Roman family dramatized by Shelley. : CENCI
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Famous "Ranger." : LONE
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Packages for Europe. : CARE
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Canadian-Alaskan highway. : ALCAN
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Star in "Guys and Dolls." : ALDA
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The "A" in A.D. : ANNO
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Kind of shoe used by diamond smugglers. : PLATFORM
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Creator of Bambi. : SALTEN
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Dweller along the Dardanelles. : TURK
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The Manassa Mauler. : DEMPSEY
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Cover girls. : MODELS
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Wreath on a knight's helmet. : ORLE
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A North Caucasian language. : AVAR
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Girl's name. : OLGA
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Author Fitzgerald's middle name. : SCOTT
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Blurb. : RAVE
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Hollywood's Miss Shearer. : NORMA
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With 50 down, De Witt Clinton's project. : ERIE
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Important river in Scotland. : CLYDE
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Start a card game. : DEAL
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43,560 sq ft. of land. : ACRE
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Sides of a triangle. : LEGS
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___ Peak, only active volcano in U. S. : LASSEN
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Dumas' heroine; basis for "La Traviata." : CAMILLE
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Service woman. : WAVE
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Fighting shy of. : AVERSE
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Dick Deadeye's ship. : PINAFORE
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Egypt's great irrigator. : NILE
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Meat. : VEAL
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New York political symbol. : TIGER
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Presently. : ANON
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Villainous. : EVIL
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Hippodrome. : ARENA
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___ majesty. : LESE
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Mrs. Darling's dog. : NANA
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Pastoral pipes. : REEDS
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MacArthur's plane. : SCAP
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Shaft for air or light. : WELL
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Sun worshiper of Peru. : INCA
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Rambling; disrupted. : SCATTERED
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Wicked. : SINFUL
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The comic with the painted-on glasses. : CLARK
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Eleanor of the Aquacade. : HOLM
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Objective. : END
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Military snow tractor. : WEASEL
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Peddle tickets illegally. : SCALP
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Needs. : WANTS
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Buffalo of India. : ARNEE
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Botanical Gardens spring specialty. : PEONY
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Mr. Welles, theatrical prodigy. : ORSON
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City in Iowa. : AMES
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Christopher Fry's metier. : DRAMA
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Mr. Connelly, "Green Pastures" playwright. : MARC
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Shape of Yale Bowl. : OVAL
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Mr. Jones, sea devil. : DAVY
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Fairy tale villains. : OGRES
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Governor of Connecticut. : LODGE
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U. N. request, twice rejected by Mao. : CEASEFIRE
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Killer whales. : ORCS
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Akron product. : TIRE
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Harold of the comics. : TEEN
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Poe's foster father. : ALLAN
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Additions to houses. : ELLS
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Before midnight. : ELEVEN
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Embodiment. : AVATAR
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Waterway. : CANAL
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Of birds. : AVINE
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Where the Louvre's Venus was found. : MELOS
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"Good-night girl" of 1950. : IRENE
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The late Miss Cather. : WILLA
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Distress. : PAIN
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Curved molding. : OGEE
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Divide. : REND
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Historical periods. : ERAS
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Miss Gabor of "The Happy Time." : EVA

Answer summary: 12 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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