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William Lutwiniak
William Lutwiniak

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New York Times, Sunday, March 12, 1978

Author:
William Lutwiniak
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.41, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 703 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 167, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
William Lutwiniak has 304 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1978, The New York TimesNo. 10,438
Across
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Man: Comb. form : ANDRO
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Tumbler : GLASS
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Moth's bête noire : FLAME
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Settled : STAID
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Crazy Horse, e.g. : SIOUX
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Fortification : REDAN
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Mountain ash : ROWAN
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Neighbor of Sverige : NORGE
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Woods : HOLLYHARDGREENANDCOTTON
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English horn's cousin : OBOE
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Organic compound : AZOLE
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Distrustful : LEERY
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Traffic circle : ROTARY
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Thrice, in prescriptions : TER
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Scriven : WRITE
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Prom queen : BELLE
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Bring down the house : RAZE
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Nephew of Daedalus : TALOS
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Cabbage or spinach : SAVOY
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Overlord : SUZERAIN
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Shuts in : IMMURES
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Perplexed : ATSEA
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"Great!" : SUPER
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Between L and P : MNO
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Traps : BOOBYMOUSEANDSPEED
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Illicit gains : LOOT
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Being, to Juan : ENTE
54
Window feature : SILL
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Word with land or water : TIDE
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Seine feeder : YONNE
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Echidna's meal : ANTS
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Lower : ABASE
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Rural crossover : STILE
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Erose : JAGGED
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Allen or Ott : MEL
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Arabic letter : ALIF
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Former U.N. head : THANT
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"___ siamo," Verdi aria : PARI
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Irons : STEAMGRIDWROUGHTANDCAST
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Footnote abbr. : IBID
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Carts : WAINS
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Hustles : HIES
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Unhackneyed : NEW
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Got an eyeful : STARED
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Sizable : LARGE
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Between : TWIXT
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Libertine : ROUE
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Kitchen utensil : PARER
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Alpaca's habitat : PERU
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Where poteen is distilled : ERIN
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River of Czechoslovakia : ODRA
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Retired : ABED
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Links : CUFFMISSINGANDWEAK
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___ tee (exactly) : TOA
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African ferryboats : PONTS
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Asch book : MOSES
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Sylvan tracts : FORESTS
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Campus group : SORORITY
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Infiltrators : SPIES
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Tangled : AFOUL
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Barrett or Jaffe : RONA
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Implacable : STERN
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Folic and formic : ACIDS
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Unprocessed : RAW
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Be ambitious : ASPIRE
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Lamina : SCALE
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Protuberance : KNURL
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Ankles : TALI
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Eagles : SPREADDOUBLEANDAMERICAN
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Overcost for tribute : ICENT
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Tureen adjunct : LADLE
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"Le ___ d'Arthur" : MORTE
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Reform : AMEND
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Sample : TASTE
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Schussed : SKIED
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Fall fabric : TWEED
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Untidy : MESSY
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"___ in the Dark" : ASHOT
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Classical weeper : NIOBE
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Sad state : DOLOR
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Straightedge : RULE
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Chemical prefix : OXY
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Elegantly: Mus. dir. : GRAZIOSO
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Dormice : LEROTS
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Confuse : ADDLE
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Nestorian : SAGE
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Older: Abbr. : SNR
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Sponge : FREELOAD
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Desolate : LONELY
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On to : AWARE
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Plurality : MANY
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Pass-catcher : END
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Sleepyhead : SNOOZER
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Be unstable : TOTTER
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Ionian Sea inlet : ARTA
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Stravinsky : IGOR
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Gainsay : DENY
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Section of N.Y.C. : HARLEM
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Field hockey team : ELEVEN
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Amok : CRAZED
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Cautious : WARY
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___ metabolism : BASAL
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Amritsar money : RUPEE
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TV repairman's stock : TUBES
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Memorial pillar : STELE
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Glove material : SUEDE
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In with : AMONG
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Hole-___ : INONE
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Remarked : NOTED
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Construction members : IBEAMS
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Originator of Eur. Common Market : MONNET
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Blotch : MOTTLE
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In statu quo : ASIS
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Refuse : SPILTH
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Service acad. : USAFI
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Overcharge : STING
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Straight thinking : LOGIC
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Gridiron units : YARDS
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Cold : ALGID
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Flicker, e.g. : BIRD
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Coruscated : SHONE
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Greek letters : TAUS
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Actress Leigh : JANET
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Caution light : AMBER
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Orderly : TRIG
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Rue de la ___ : PAIX
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Broadcast : AIRED
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Overshadows : DWARFS
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Why, in Bonn : WARUM
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Object : THING
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Battery terminals : ANODES
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French Pointillist : SEURAT
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Pinches : TWEAKS
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Obsolescent footwear : SPATS
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Proscribed : TABOO
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In the back : AREAR
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Southpaw : LEFTY
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Prosecutes : TRIES
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Takes the cake : WINS
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Spur adjunct : ROWEL
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___ Arenas, Chilean port : PUNTA
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Ruhr city : ESSEN
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Invented : COINED
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Drove : IMPELLED
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Reception : SOIREE
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Swore : AFFIRMED
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Tickle the keys idly : NOODLE
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Joanne et al. : DRUS
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Divide proportionately : PRORATE
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East : ORIENT
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Unvarying : STABLE
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Sharpened : ACUATE
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Old Italian money : SCUDI
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Pianist-composer Previn : ANDRE
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Sprints : RACES
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Alda and King : ALANS
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Bombastic : WINDY
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Didion's "Play It ___ Lays" : ASIT
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Humane org. : SPCA
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J.E.C. : PRES
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Immerse : SOAK
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"Never send to ___ . . . " : KNOW
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Occasion : TIME
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Metric units: Abbr. : DLS
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Danish district : AMT
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L.A. athlete : RAM

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 9 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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