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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

MIXED DOUBLES

New York Times, Sunday, July 20, 1958

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 87, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 675 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 132, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 20
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1958, The New York TimesNo. 3,309
Across
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Sections of cathedrals. : APSES
6
100 fathoms. : CABLE
11
Region of W. Europe. : SAAR
15
German admiral. : SPEE
19
Country-wide. : COASTTOCOAST
22
Together. : HANDINHAND
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Part of a Stein line. : AROSEISAROSE
25
Turning like a football punt. : ENDOVEREND
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Begins again. : RENEWS
27
Roman Pluto. : DIS
28
Sinuous. : SNAKY
30
Assembly place. : AGORA
31
Suffix, in chemistry. : IDE
32
Whirl. : SPIN
34
Via Appia. : ITER
35
European. : SLAV
36
Meat dish. : SAUSAGES
39
Classical. : ATTIC
42
Dakota's dwelling. : TEPEE
46
Mädchen. : FRAULEIN
49
Offshoot of jazz. : BOP
51
Muscular. : TOROSE
53
Waterfront union. : ILA
54
Colleens. : LASSES
55
Current term in décor. : WALLTOWALL
57
Ferrer and Allen. : MELS
58
Another Allen. : ETHAN
59
Cajole. : BLANDISH
61
Budget problem. : DEFICIT
63
___ Fei, Chinese bandits. : NIEN
64
Tasman and Weddell. : SEAS
65
Went for congers. : EELED
67
Elicits. : EDUCES
68
Help! : SOS
69
Fungus growth. : MILDEW
71
Went up. : SOARED
73
Dog of fiction. : RAB
74
Ambush. : ENTRAP
76
Canyon phenomenon. : ECHO
78
Very: Fr. : TRES
79
Stevenson ogre. : MRHYDE
82
Well product. : OIL
83
Baskets for raisins. : FRAILS
85
Siberia. : TATARY
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Milne hero. : PIM
88
Winter melon. : CASABA
90
What interested Watt. : STEAM
92
Putter. : MESS
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Shred. : WISP
94
Fur. : MUSKRAT
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Nonchalance. : EASINESS
97
Bathysphere man. : BEEBE
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Ordinal suffixes. : ETHS
99
Union vessel of 1862. : THEMONITOR
102
Spur on a bird's wing. : CALCAR
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Equivocate. : LIE
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Master of mazurkas. : CHOPIN
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Tulle. : NET
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Superficial. : SMATTERY
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Dnieper tributary. : DESNA
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Mews: Var. : MEOWS
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Herpetologist's interest. : REPTILES
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C.G.S. units. : ERGS
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Goes in haste. : HIES
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Raise an army. : LEVY
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Young sheep. : TEG
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Sudden outburst. : FLARE
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Rainy. : MOIST
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Tip. : FEE
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Roman dish. : PATERA
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"With ruin upon ruin, ___ . . . "—Milton. : ROUTONROUT
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Slangy reminder that "you get only what you pay for." : CHEAPISCHEAP
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Vis-a-vis. : FACETOFACE
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Salesman's itinerary. : HOUSETOHOUSE
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Legendary Irish beauty. : EMER
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Modern drug. : ACTH
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Famous British family. : EDENS
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A-number-1. : SUPER
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Mites. : ACARI
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Studied. : PORED
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Rhone tributary. : SAONE
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Latin infinitive. : ESSE
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Goulash. : STEW
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Type of lettuce. : COS
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Evangeline, for one. : ACADIAN
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Tiresome. : BORING
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King Vong's land. : LAOS
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Letter. : ESS
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Submerged. : SANK
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Rooney role. : ANDY
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Trouble. : ADO
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Competitor. : RIVAL
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___ Tuesday. : SHROVE
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Liszt's teacher. : PAER
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Sicilian spa. : ENNA
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Schoolman's degree. : EDD
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Webs. : TISSUES
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Use a cupel. : TEST
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Frank. : HEARTTOHEART
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Deny. : NEGATE
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Teacher's group. : NEA
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Greek letter. : PSI
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Flagstad's famous role. : ISOLDE
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Upbraided. : SCOLDED
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Ike's granddaughter. : SUSAN
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About 2 ft. in Denmark. : ALEN
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Ambassador from Israel. : EBAN
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Hemp or flax fibers. : TOW
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One of David's mighty men. : IRA
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By degrees. : PIECEBYPIECE
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Island S. W. of Manhattan. : ELLIS
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Orient. : EAST
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Strip blubber from a whale. : FLENSE
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Allotment. : RATION
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Fateful phrase from a prayer book. : ASHESTOASHES
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Folds. : PLIES
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Coaster. : SLED
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County and city in Minnesota. : WASECAS
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Aperture of a certain shape. : TSLOT
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Minor prophet. : MICAH
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___ canto. : BEL
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Stevedore. : LADER
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Like teddy bears. : FURRY
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Taste. : SIP
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Visionary. : DREAMER
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Of the cheek. : MALAR
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Like shirtings with woven-in designs. : WHITEONWHITE
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Colorado park. : ESTES
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Hazards. : RISKS
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City in N. Y. : OLEAN
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___ Grundy. : MRS
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Expel a lawyer. : DISBAR
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Sovereignty. : EMPERY
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Sounds. : FATHOMS
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Black buck. : SASIN
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Longear. : ASS
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Doll. : CUTIE
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Tub. : BATH
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Bishops' caps. : MITERS
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Seam strengtheners. : WELTS
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Pinochle play. : MELD
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Sound. : NOTE
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Diminish. : BATE
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Netherlands town. : EPE
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"O Sole ___." : MIO
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"Odyssey" sea nymph. : CALYPSO
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Bunny's treat. : CARROT
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Become sheerer. : STEEPEN
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11th cen. date. : MIV
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Less mussy. : NEATER
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Little girl. : SIS
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Choose. : PLEASE
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Ligurian port. : GENOA
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Do aquatints. : ETCH
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Prepare to golf. : TEEUP
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Efface. : ERASE
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Astonished one. : GAPER
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Spume. : FOAM
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She wrote "The Women." : LUCE
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Castle ditch. : MOAT
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Cry of pain. : OUCH
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Vendetta. : FEUD
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German "ahs." : ACHS
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Decalogue pronoun. : THOU
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Cousin of VOA. : RFE
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Government group. : RFC
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Tiller's implement. : HOE
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Pronoun. : ITS

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 12 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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