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Eugene T. Maleska
Eugene T. Maleska

OF PEOPLE AND PLACES

New York Times, Sunday, September 2, 1951

Author:
Eugene T. Maleska
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 515 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 104, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 30
Eugene T. Maleska has 410 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1951, The New York TimesNo. 805
Across
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Capital of French Morocco. : RABAT
6
Problem on agenda of 10 Down. : MEAT
10
Sen. Saltonstall's state: Abbr. : MASS
14
Covering. : ROBE
18
Scene of a Hersey novel. : ADANO
19
German girl's name. : ELSE
20
Historic caravel. : PINTA
21
Author Turgenev. : IVAN
22
Recent Italian film starring Anna Magnani. : BITTERRICE
24
Performed. : ACTED
25
Make whole. : MEND
26
Equally. : BOTH
27
Bach's birthplace. : EISENACH
29
Catcher for the cubs. : EDWARDS
31
Part of Great Britain, in Irish Sea. : ISLEOFMAN
33
Makes a second request. : REAPPLIES
35
Master of ceremonies. : EMCEE
36
Chinese pagoda, : TAA
38
Raoul Dufy uses one. : EASEL
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Fiber of flax. : TOW
42
School of whales. : POD
44
___ bien. : TRES
46
Character in "Peer Gynt." : TROLL
48
Suffer from lack of something. : STARVE
50
Worships. : ADORES
52
Mountain: comb. form. : ORO
54
City in Oklahoma. : ADA
55
Designer of U. S. flag, 1818. : REID
56
Proofreader's mark. : CARET
57
Violently agitated. : FRENETIC
59
Compares. : LIKENS
61
Actor Guinness. : ALEC
62
Vote of assent. : PLACET
63
Disjoined. : SEPARATE
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Small wild ox. : ANOA
67
Honshu port. : OSAKA
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Deputy leader of Churchill's party. : EDEN
70
Arthur Miller's hero. : SALESMAN
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Hit with missiles. : PELTED
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Combustion problem. : SOOT
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Striped food fish. : MULLET
80
Just above the chin. : UNDERLIP
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Symbol of Christmas. : SANTA
83
Jackpot contribution. : ANTE
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Monkey. : SAI
85
Faced. : MET
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Willie Mays' post. : CENTER
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He plays 86 Across for Brooklyn. : SNIDER
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Pope's crown. : TIARA
92
"A Soldier's story" is his. : OMAR
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Tributary of the Yangtze. : HAN
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Pronoun. : HIS
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Jesuit saint. : REGIS
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The administration. : INS
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Bright: Mus. : ANIME
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Gallup measures it. : CONSENSUS
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Horses' wheeling movements. : CARACOLES
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What 6 Across provides. : PROTEIN
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Magazine in the news. : AMERASIA
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Function. : ROLE
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College student: Coll. : SOPH
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Martha, the radio hostess. : DEANE
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Classic by Edith Wharton, 1911. : ETHANFROME
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Willow plant. : IREA
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Miss Morini, violinist. : ERICA
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Besides. : THEN
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Red Sox catcher. : ROSAR
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Prolonged: Mus. abbr. : SOST
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Auction. : SALE
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Evening: Ital. : SERA
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Olympic champion, 1936. : OWENS
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Browning's "Ben Ezra." : RABBI
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Good-by. : ADIOS
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Toss back and forth. : BATTLEDORE
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"Oh, say can you see . . . " : ANTHEM
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Part of Italy. : TOE
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French novelist who wrote about Spain. : MERIMEE
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Girl's name. : ELISA
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Motion upward. : ASCENT
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Comic strip hero. : TEEN
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Prominent citizen of Toledo. : MICHAELDISALLE
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Symbol of diligence. : ANT
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Imbues with. : STEEPS
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Imposes as a burden. : SADDLES
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Fissures. : RIMAE
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He wrote "The Mature Mind." : OVERSTREET
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Edwin Goldman's group. : BAND
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Concludes. : ENDS
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Secretary of the Army. : PACE
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Directs attention to. : REFERS
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Tree of Morocco. : ARAR
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Loose vigor. : WILT
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Singing group. : OCTET
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The Quirinal, for instance. : PALACE
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Makes up for. : ATONES
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Sheeplike. : OVINE
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Unites. : WEDS
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"Declaration" signer from Maryland. : PACA
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Of heritable land: Law. : ODAL
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Marsh bird. : SORA
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Morsel for Count Turf. : OAT
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MacArthur, for instance. : ARKANSAN
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Summoned.. : RECALLED
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Survey. : RECONNAISSANCE
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Clay court champion, 1950. : FLAM
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Public storehouse. : ETAPE
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He played "Gatsby." : LADD
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Dudgeon. : IRE
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___ Exchange. : POST
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Bird's cry. : PEEP
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Born. : NEE
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Persian rug-making center. : KERMAN
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Orthodox Mohammedan. : SUNNI
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Instruments used on subs. : ALTISCOPES
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Where Governor Shivers works. : AUSTIN
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Rebel Red. : TITO
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At liberty. : ONTHELOOSE
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Great Barrier island. : OTEA
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Pool. : TARN
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Hot food for cattle. : MASH
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Through: Prefix. : DIA
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Silken. : SERIC
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Ancient region in Palestine. : CANAAN
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Irish lake. : ERNE
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Dwells. : RESIDES
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Miss Stevens, soprano. : RISE
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Lady of the "moated grange." : MARIANA
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Classes. : GENERA
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Assail verbally. : SCATHE
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Anne ___ Lindbergh. : MORROW
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"___ this too too solid flesh would melt . . . " : OTHAT
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Swedish port. : UMEA
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Man's name. : ASHER
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Noted violinist. : ELMAN
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Forecasters. : SEERS
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Greek letters. : PSIS
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A kind of printing: Colloq. : RORO
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Steeps. : RETS
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Trouble. : AIL
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To and ___. : FRO

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 22 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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