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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

New York Times, Thursday, July 18, 1957

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1957, The New York TimesNo. 2,942
Across Down
1. Paste, as wallpaper. : HANG
5. Chief Justice, 1874–88. : WAITE
10. Little rascals. : IMPS
14. State openly. : AVOW
15. Flynn from Ireland. : ERROL
16. Carol. : NOEL
17. Italian author. : LEVI
18. Concurring. : ATONE
19. Name meaning gift. : DORA
20. F. D. R. : FRANKLIN
22. Cheering advice from a Britisher. : CHINUP
24. Diplomat's communication. : NOTE
25. Porch in Athens. : STOA
26. One of the Four Freedoms. : SPEECH
29. One of the Wilders. : THORNTON
33. Last amendment in Bill of Rights. : TENTH
34. Burrel and seckel. : PEARS
35. Sorrow: Archaic. : RUE
36. Soap box oratory. : RANT
37. Ball team. : CARDS
38. Whale. : CETE
39. Inventor Whitney. : ELI
40. Historic ship. : MAINE
41. Part of N.L.R.B. : BOARD
42. Popular movies. : WESTERNS
44. Edict of ___, 1598. : NANTES
45. M. P. H. : RATE
46. Name for an island. : LONG
47. ___ men. : MINUTE
50. Bradford of Plymouth. : GOVERNOR
54. Quod ___ demonstrandum. : ERAT
55. Up. : RAISE
57. Roof edge. : EAVE
58. Reckless. : RASH
59. Pres. Arthur's wife. : ELLEN
60. Kenton of jazz. : STAN
61. Son of Seth. : ENOS
62. Headdress. : TIARA
63. Musicale offering. : SOLO
1. To some extent: Colloq. : HALF
2. Asseverate. : AVER
3. ___ Scotia. : NOVA
4. His signature is very valuable. : GWINNETT
5. Subject of book by Adam Smith. : WEALTH
6. Band leader Shaw. : ARTIE
7. ___ Liege, Derby winner in 1957. : IRON
8. Heavy weight. : TON
9. "College" men of U. S. : ELECTORS
10. Figure on an old nickel. : INDIAN
11. Satellite. : MOON
12. Good Neighbor. : PERU
13. Cuff. : SLAP
21. Famous bacteriologist (1848–1910). : KOCH
23. ___ de combat. : HORS
25. Elm's bounty. : SHADE
26. Scatter. : STREW
27. He painted Washington. : PEALE
28. City near Dallas. : ENNIS
29. Sea birds. : TERNS
30. Dutch ___. : TREAT
31. Bizarre: Fr. : OUTRE
32. Lacks. : NEEDS
34. Tom the patriot. : PAINE
37. First colonial Governor of N. J. : CARTERET
38. The 85th ___. : CONGRESS
40. Entree. : MEAT
41. Anathema. : BANE
43. "We hold these ___ . . . " : TRUTHS
44. A religious devotion. : NOVENA
46. Cornwallis at Yorktown. : LOSER
47. Pure and simple. : MERE
48. Shah's land. : IRAN
49. Part of Ovid's name. : NASO
50. Lizard. : GILA
51. Modern "united we stand" group. : NATO
52. Shape. : OVAL
53. Home town of Bible and Malone. : RENO
56. "Kim" character. : ALI

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