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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

QUOTATION

New York Times, Sunday, March 22, 1964

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 164, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.57, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 661 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 158, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 2, Spans: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 18
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,348
Across
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Seventh inning ritual. : STRETCH
8
Crammed. : BONEDUP
15
Geronimo, for one. : APACHE
21
Vibrant sound from a tambourine. : TRAVALE
22
Spanish philosopher, 1864–1936. : UNAMUNO
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Infested. : OVERRAN
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Start of a Twain quotation. : IAMANOLDMANANDHAVEKNOWN
27
Dickens hero. : PIP
28
Curling and hurling. : GAMES
29
Vice principal. : AIDE
30
Plain. : BARE
31
Emulated Horner. : ATE
32
Layout. : PLAN
34
Fanny Brawne's lover. : KEATS
36
English Channel boats. : LERRETS
38
Gumbo. : OKRA
39
Roman laws. : LEGES
41
"Don't ___ on me." : TREAD
43
Relative of a lycée. : ECOLE
44
Suffer. : BLEED
45
Of sandy regions. : EREMIC
47
Starchy Pacific food. : SALEP
49
Shoshone. : UTE
50
Certain winds. : TRADES
51
"Ah Wilderness were Paradise ___." : ENOW
53
Entertains. : DIVERTS
55
Check. : REIN
56
Routs. : DEBACLES
60
Bend or curve. : SINUS
61
Gallic father. : PERE
62
Dax or Evian. : SPA
65
City in Peru. : ICA
66
Make joyful. : ELATE
68
Inner part: Abbr. : LNG
69
Bolivar's epithet. : LIBERATOR
71
Famous Horatio. : ALGER
73
Worshipers: Suffix. : LATERS
75
Piece of music. : NONET
76
Australian parrot. : LORY
77
Continuation of 24 across. : AGREATMANYTROUBLESBUT
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Rotatable disk. : DIAL
82
Prefecture of Honshu. : SHIGA
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Forward pass. : AERIAL
84
Wishes to avoid. : HATES
86
Native of Rosario. : ARGENTINE
88
Letters on a Cardinal's cap. : STL
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Cross section. : SLICE
91
Objective. : END
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Practice. : USE
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Precinct. : AREA
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Trinity. : TRIAD
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Wycliffe's followers. : LOLLARDS
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Afghan noble. : AMIR
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Grow rapidly. : SHOOTUP
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Norse name. : NILS
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Sewed loosely. : BASTED
105
Letter. : TEE
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Roman historian. : NEPOS
108
Words of a comic song. : PATTER
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Metric measure. : LITER
113
McCarthy's nemesis. : WELCH
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Pause in the Psalms. : SELAH
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Treason, for one. : CRIME
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Algerian port. : ORAN
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Land of ___. : THEFREE
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Challenger. : DARER
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A.F.B. on Cape Cod. : OTIS
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Interjections. : OHS
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Deuce to ace. : SUIT
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Concerning. : INRE
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Dear: Lat. : CARUS
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Savanna blackbird. : ANI
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Completion of 24 and 77 Across. : MOSTOFTHEMNEVERHAPPENED
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Heighten. : ELEVATE
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Daily occasion in London. : TEATIME
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Like simba. : LEONINE
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Tenfold. : DENARY
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Brawls: Slang. : HASSLES
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Discovers. : DETECTS
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Fleck. : STIPPLE
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Creeping vine. : TRAILER
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Reckless action. : RAMPAGE
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Balzac's wife. : EVA
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Chinese dynasty. : TANG
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Dagger's partner. : CLOAK
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Casque. : HELMET
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Dagwood. : BUMSTEAD
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Three ___ match. : ONA
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Novel of 1880. : NANA
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Enamel: Fr. : EMAIL
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Scottish linen city. : DUNDEE
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Tennis strokes. : UNDERCUTS
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Cry of contempt. : POH
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States firmly. : AVERS
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Short dog, for short. : PEKE
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Scotch alder. : ARN
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Spoke in low hoarse tones. : CROAKED
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Berry-bearing plant. : HAWTREE
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Groups of nine. : ENNEADS
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Egg-shaped. : OVATE
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Sweethearts. : DEARS
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White poplar. : ABELE
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Historic Grecian valley. : NEMEA
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Cum grano ___. : SALIS
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Spoils. : ROTS
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Pearl Buck heroine. : OLAN
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Genuine. : SINCERE
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Reckless mischief. : DEVILRY
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Type of pipe. : BRIER
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School: Abbr. : COLL
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Vanishing landmark of N.Y.C. : PENNSTATION
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Cylindrical. : TERETE
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In a higher bracket. : WEALTHIER
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Lap robe. : RUG
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Uprising. : REBELLION
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Day: Sp. : DIA
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Pastries. : ECLAIRS
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Impedimenta. : BAGGAGE
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Miler's asset. : STAMINA
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Game of chance. : PINBALL
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More courageous. : STOUTER
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Augur. : PORTEND
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Adjective suffix. : ARY
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Floor: Fr. : ETAGE
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Famed fighter. : LOUIS
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Medieval lyric poem. : ALBA
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Author Gardner. : ERLE
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Former Italian queen. : ENA
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Conjunction. : NOR
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Norwegian princess. : ASTRID
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Tells. : RELATES
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Varnish. : SHELLAC
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Family member: Abbr. : DAU
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College degrees. : SDS
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Title giver. : NAMER
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Rialto sign. : SRO
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Rapid pace. : CLIP
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USSR vacationland. : THECRIMEA
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Misled. : DUPED
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Prefix for the Space Age. : ASTRO
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Solar disk. : ATEN
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One's own interest. : SELF
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Mediterranean sailing ships. : POLACRES
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Glowed. : BLOOMED
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Vent. : AIRHOLE
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One of the candidates. : STASSEN
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Cogs. : TEETH
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Mrs. Polk. : SARAH
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Walter Lord's subject. : TITANIC
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Notable. : EMINENT
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Dwells. : RESIDES
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Memorable English writer. : WHITE
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Dyes. : HENNAS
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Usher in. : HERALD
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Growing in clusters. : TUFTY
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___ Yisrael (Palestine). : ERETS
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Money in Pakistan. : RUPEE
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Rise high. : SOAR
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See 42 Down. : EVIL
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Mottle. : SPOT
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Norris Dam agency. : TVA
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Numerical suffix. : ETH
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Uncle: Dial. : EME
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Compass point. : ENE

Answer summary: 12 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 13 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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