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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Tuesday, July 10, 1956

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J Q X Y }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 2, 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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© 1956, The New York TimesNo. 2,569
Across Down
1. When Brutus struck. : IDES
5. Verboten. : TABU
9. Tiff. : SPAT
13. Sediment. : SILT
14. Gulf of ___, Aegean inlet. : SAROS
15. Correct. : TRUE
16. Churchill's award, 1953. : NOBELPRIZE
18. Land of Gaels. : EIRE
19. Popular opera (with "La"). : TRAVIATA
20. Arthur Miller's forte. : DRAMAS
22. Poetic contraction. : EER
23. Share in a business venture. : STAKE
24. Starting point for many vacationers. : PENNSTATION
29. Trim the lawn. : MOW
32. Ach! : ALAS
33. God of love. : AMOR
34. Bouquet. : AROMA
36. V. I. P. in Belgrade. : TITO
37. Stair post. : NEWEL
39. Welshman's name. : EVAN
40. Short, thick piece: Colloq. : CHUNK
42. River in England. : NENE
43. Incline. : BEND
44. Lew Wallace's "Ben." : HUR
45. Big name in ship news. : ANDREADORIA
48. Saint of January 21. : AGNES
50. Teutonic god for whom a weekday is named. : TIU
51. Observing social amenities. : POLITE
53. Rival of 14 Down. : ATHENIAN
58. Seed covering. : ARIL
59. Minister in "The Scarlet Letter." : DIMMESDALE
61. Scent. : RISE
62. A famous Davis. : ELMER
63. Protection. : EGIS
64. Termites. : ANTS
65. River into Firth of Clyde. : DOON
66. Dowries. : DOTS
1. "Say it ___ so." : ISNT
2. French style maker. : DIOR
3. Where Napoleon was an exile. : ELBA
4. He wrote "What I Think." : STEVENSON
5. Pielet. : TART
6. Highlight of 19 Across. : ARIA
7. Dickens' pen name. : BOZ
8. Habituated. : USEDTO
9. Thick slice of cod. : STEAK
10. A machine, as a turbine. : PRIMEMOVER
11. Subtle emanation. : AURA
12. Pegs for Venturi. : TEES
14. B. C. Greek. : SPARTAN
17. False propaganda. : LIES
21. Ambassador from Nepal. : RANA
23. Fog horn: Var. : SIRENE
24. Piece together. : PATCH
25. Root or Yale. : ELIHU
26. Teddy Roosevelt was one. : NATURALIST
27. Reparation. : AMENDS
28. Campanile. : TOWER
30. Natives of Muscat. : OMANI
31. Harpsichordist Landowska. : WANDA
35. Caromed. : REBOUNDED
38. Morocco. : LEATHER
41. German philosopher. : KANT
46. Had cause for. : NEEDED
47. Fades away. : DIES
49. National League President. : GILES
51. Humid region in Brazil. : PARA
52. O'Neill character. : ORIN
53. Shot and shell. : AMMO
54. Government agents: Colloq. : TMEN
55. Desdemona's disparager. : IAGO
56. Came down. : ALIT
57. Noun suffix. : NESS
60. World-wide labor group. : ILO

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later.

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