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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

INFORMATION, PLEASE

New York Times, Sunday, April 29, 1951

Author:
E. T. Webster
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.30, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 521 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 115, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 23
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 679
Across
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Army insignia. : STARS
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McCormick's invention. : REAPER
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Lone Ranger's horse. : SILVER
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Pluto or Mars. : PLANET
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Battle victim in 1588. : ARMADA
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Where Kiev is. : UKRAINE
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River in N. Y. and N. J. : RAMAPO
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Sends to the school of hard knocks. : INURES
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Link between Erie and Ontario. : NIAGARA
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Orel's river. : OKA
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Orsk's river. : URAL
27
Chinese name. : LIN
28
British colony. : ADEN
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Game. : TAG
30
Composer of "Lakme." : DELIBES
32
Dots and dashes. : MESSAGES
34
Robe of office. : TOGA
35
Floyd or Ethel M. : DELL
36
Woman Senator. : SMITH
38
Block. : BAR
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Carl or Mark Van ___. : DOREN
40
Hereditary. : LINEAL
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Selective Service chief. : HERSHEY
44
Toy dog. : POM
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Papal pact with a state. : CONCORDAT
50
Malabar, Gold, Barbary, etc. : COASTS
53
Victim of 3 golden apples. : ATALANTA
55
Slip. : ERR
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Its diameter is 2,160 miles. : MOON
57
Labor group. : ILO
59
One of General Cates' men. : MARINE
60
Cheese, ripened in caves. : ROQUEFORT
63
Ingredient of borsch. : BEET
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Iroquoian tribe. : ERIES
65
Name of Gen. Eisenhower's plane. : COLUMBINE
66
Catlike animal of Madagascar. : GALET
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Geological division. : LIAS
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Pepper. : CONDIMENT
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Get there. : ARRIVE
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Girl's name. : ANN
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Gypsy lady. : RANI
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Electrical unit. : REL
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Achiever. : ATTAINER
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Diners. : EATERS
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Europeans under Big Four control. : BERLINERS
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Letter. : ESS
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Persuaded. : INDUCED
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Assume the value zero. : VANISH
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Madrid's picture gallery. : PRADO
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Son of Haran. : LOT
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Hounds' clue. : SCENT
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Box designed by Langstroth, 1851. : HIVE
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Vex. : RILE
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North Carolinians. : TARHEELS
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"I" trouble. : EGOTISM
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Cries of joy. : IOS
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Deck officer. : MATE
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Pig's squeak. : WEE
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Golf course hazard. : TRAP
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Compass point. : SSE
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Cotton fabric. : ETAMINE
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Unruffled. : SEDATE
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Columbus' futile quest. : SPICES
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Charles' assistants. : SECONDS
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Autumnal crowd attracter. : ELEVEN
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Met mezzo-soprano. : PETINA
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Utrecht, 1713. : TREATY
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Susanna's accusers. : ELDERS
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Eat away. : ERODE
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Quenched. : SLAKED
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Mexican dish. : TAMALE
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Mme. Parker. : ANA
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Nixon, Dirksen, Aiken, Wiley, etc. : REPUBLICANS
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Emporium. : STORE
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Fence. : RAIL
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Sea eagle. : ERN
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Charm against evils. : AMULET
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"County" in Louisiana. : PARISH
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Happy places. : EDENS
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Fascist leader in Italy. : RAS
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"Blue ___," popular song. : SKIES
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Ambassador Grady's post. : IRAN
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Fall behind. : LAG
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Traveler. : VIATOR
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Madden. : ENRAGE
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A Hollywood Ronald. : REAGAN
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Jab. : PROD
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Emphasize. : UNDERSCORE
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Acquiesce. : ASSENT
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Pulitzer Prize winner, 1934. : AGAR
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Misfortune. : ILL
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Cyclades Isle. : MILO
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Second. : ABET
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Playground equipment. : TOYS
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A fop. : MACARONI
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A.E.C. head. : DEAN
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No part. : NONE
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Herb having blue flowers. : HAREBELL
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Slugger Evers of Detroit. : HOOT
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Often regarded as first modern novel. : PAMELA
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Eared seal. : OTARINE
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Shakespearean lady. : MARIANA
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Not an elective course. : REQUIRED
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Traveling salesman. : DRUMMER
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Surveyor's string. : TIELINE
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Dressmaker's problem. : SLEEVES
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Tall stories. : LIES
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Governor Bonner. : MONTANAN
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Paravanes. : OTTERS
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Long used. : OLD
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Part of a plane's tail. : FIN
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Adriatic port. : BARI
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State Department outposts. : CONSULATES
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Light, unarmed scouting plane. : GRASSHOPPER
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One of Slats Marion's men. : CARD
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"The Bell of ___."—Longfellow. : ATRI
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Separation center. : RENO
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Frame for stretching cloth. : TENTER
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Season: Comb. form. : TIDE
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Miss March. : BETH
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Popular folk-song singer. : IVES
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Central part. : CORE
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Playwright's dream. : HIT
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Vocation of Chesterton's detective hero. : PRIEST
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Disturber of the peace. : RIOTER
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Region in NE France. : ALSACE
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Ranked in a tennis tournament. : SEEDED
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Unite or separate. : CLEAVE
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Sticky. : VISCID
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Cenobite. : ESSENE
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She will play Mrs. Rommel in "The Desert Fox." : TANDY
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He plays Bill Mauldin's Willie. : EWELL
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Vacation spot in Quebec. : GASPE
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Large butte. : MESA
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It makes money for Mexico. : MINT
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Softball teams. : TENS
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It shared the dodo's fate. : MOA
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Get the point. : SEE
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Thrice: Comb. form. : TER
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Japanese name. : ITO

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 21 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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