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William Lutwiniak
William Lutwiniak

FOR A LOVERLY DAY

New York Times, Sunday, February 14, 1982

5-Down : Asyla

Author:
William Lutwiniak
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 66, Avg Word Len: 5.43, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 582 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 141, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 9
William Lutwiniak has 304 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York TimesNo. 11,786
Across
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Jeanne et Marie : STES
5
Ibsen's Gabler : HEDDA
10
Besought : PLED
14
Lesser Antilles native : CARIB
19
Phnom ___, Cambodia : PENH
20
Saw : AXIOM
21
Singer Cantrell : LANA
22
Like lambkins : OVINE
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Phrase from Virgil : OMNIAVINCITAMOR
26
Meter fractions : MICRA
27
Candor : OPENNESS
28
Hop stems : BINES
29
Pavonine female : PEAHEN
30
Chemical substance : REAGENT
31
___ de lune : CLAIR
32
Flora and fauna : BIOTA
33
Tired, in Tours : LAS
34
Attila's people : HUNS
35
Silver medalist : RUNNERUP
38
Foyt or Yarborough : RACER
41
Victor Herbert operetta : SWEETHEARTS
44
Genetic initials : DNA
45
Famed publisher : OCHS
46
Voyeur's look : LEER
47
Woos successfully : WINS
48
Twice LXXVII : CLIV
49
Sound in a round : TRA
50
Garden annual : LOVEINAMIST
54
Composed a billet-doux : WROTE
55
Erose : CORRODED
57
Fresh air : OZONE
58
Sore : PEEVED
59
Awarded : GIVEN
60
Gypped : STUNG
61
Oenology symbol : GRAPE
62
Pianist De Groote : STEVEN
64
Embark : BOARD
65
Kowtowed : GROVELED
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Arch-consumerist : NADER
69
Tennis score : FIFTEENLOVE
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Foiler of 40 felons : ALI
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Israel's Abba : EBAN
73
Shading : TINT
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River to The Wash : OUSE
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Tall Asiatic tree : ACLE
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Brownie : ELF
77
Tony Bennett song hit : CANDYKISSES
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Gather : PLEAT
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Knee jerks : REFLEXES
84
Pointless : IDLE
85
Hollywood or Murphy : BED
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Troubled : AILED
87
Dog's bane : FLEAS
88
Proverbial consenter : SILENCE
92
Put punch into the punch : SPIKED
94
Memorable Cairo V.I.P. : SADAT
95
Oran native : ALGERIAN
96
Mall display : WARES
97
Naumachia spectacle : NAVALENGAGEMENT
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Common contraction : ARENT
100
Sikorsky : IGOR
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Star of "Superman II" : REEVE
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Skin problem : ACNE
103
Old hat : PASSE
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Crop : PARE
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Whence beef comes : STEER
106
Draw close : NEAR
Down
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Track of a yak : SPOOR
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City on the Salt River : TEMPE
3
Nine: Prefix : ENNEA
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Roofing or haircuts : SHINGLES
5
Asyla : HAVENS
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Breathe : EXIST
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Commotions : DINS
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Severinsen : DOC
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Ethel Waters song hit : AMIBLUE
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Hammer metal : PLANISH
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Debussy opus : LAMER
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Biblical patriarch : ENOS
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Book by Nabokov : DAR
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Allurements : COMEONS
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Go gliding : AVIATE
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Cavalier poet : RICHARDLOVELACE
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Concerning : INRE
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Noggin : BEAN
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Lend ___ (hark) : ANEAR
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Pitcher Luis : TIANT
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Certain bottles : PINTS
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Pierrette's friend : CHERI
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___ offering : BURNT
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Upcast : RAISE
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Wed : UNITE
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Did some road work : PAVED
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Campus org. : ROTC
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Height: Prefix : ACRO
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Consular V.I.P. : CHARGEDAFFAIRES
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A natural at Reno : SEVEN
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Lamb's-quarters, e.g. : WEED
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J. R. in "Dallas" : EWING
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Olive-green : LODEN
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Pancake : CREPE
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Samuel ___, Irish novelist : LOVER
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___ all (nohow) : NOTAT
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Cerulean : AZURE
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Haut ___ (chic society) : MONDE
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Interlace : WEAVE
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Cleft : RIVEN
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Validate : PROVE
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Pushover : SOFTY
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Swinish : GROSS
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Deride : SNEER
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Gueridon : TABLE
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Hogties : BINDS
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Stick with this : GLUE
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O'Neill's mother : ELLA
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Mind-over-platter matter : DIET
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Penalized : FINED
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Items to be counted : NOSES
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Weighed down : TAXED
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City-council member : ALDERMAN
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Radamès's adjective for his beloved : CELESTE
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Where the Liffey flows : KILDARE
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Beau ___ : IDEAL
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Isopods : SLATERS
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Martinique peak : PELEE
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Compares : LIKENS
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More important : BIGGER
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Party gift : FAVOR
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___ bracelet : SLAVE
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She's more than nice : NIECE
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The Carmine Beauty : CANNA
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" ___ the hero" : ENTER
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Bandy : SWAP
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Belém's state : PARA
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Tale on a grand scale : SAGA
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"Permit Me Voyage" poet : AGEE
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Little bite : NIP
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Bridal-veil material : NET

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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