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William Lutwiniak
William Lutwiniak

GLOBALONEY

New York Times, Sunday, April 20, 1980

Author:
William Lutwiniak
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 88, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 660 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 153, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 11
William Lutwiniak has 304 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1980, The New York TimesNo. 11,121
Across
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Eschews food : FASTS
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Fitzgerald specialty : SCAT
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Cumulus : HEAP
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Balances : POISES
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Active : ASTIR
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Memorable hostess : PERLE
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Hep : ONTO
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Taxonomic categories : GENERA
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Thames Tugboat Co.'s slogan? : THETOWEROFLONDON
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Abaft : ASTERN
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Ending with myth or iron : ICAL
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Brier : ERICA
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Tumuli : MOUNDS
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Conceit : IDEA
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Caused turbulence : MADEWAVES
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Pied-à-___ : TERRE
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Tree-lined walk : ALAMEDA
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One or more : ANY
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Lackaday! : ALAS
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Not so : FALSE
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Daedalian : CLEVER
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Norm: Abbr. : STD
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Cnemis or zygoma : BONE
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Thrall : SLAVE
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Used an ottoman : SAT
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Jell : SET
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A votre santé! : THETOASTOFPARIS
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Material for some mills : ORE
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Sierra Nevada resort : TAHOE
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Dau., e.g. : REL
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Arctic explorer : PEARY
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Southwest wind : AFER
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On in years : AGED
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Kennel sounds : GNARS
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Scrape the windshield : DEICE
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Former : WHILOM
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Abrogated : REPEALED
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Smithy : FORGE
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"___ Street Blues" : BEALE
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School threesome : RRR
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Went up the Irrawaddy : ROWEDTOMANDALAY
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Whiffenpoof word : BAA
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"Angélique" composer: 1927 : IBERT
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City on the Rhone : ARLES
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Cowardly, lyin', fictional fatso : FALSTAFF
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When Grundy was born : MONDAY
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Networks : GRIDS
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Sends soaring : LOFTS
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Do handwork : KNIT
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Prior (to) : ANTE
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Doughboy's ally : POILU
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Prefix with form or cycle : UNI
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Marianne or Thomas : MOORE
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Election winners : INS
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Tequila? : THEGULPOFMEXICO
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Ending with part or vint : NER
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Trevanian's "The ___ Sanction" : LOO
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Sedans : AUTOS
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Worn-out horses : RIPS
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Harp on : NAG
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Dress ornament : FALLAL
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O.T. book : KINGS
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Folklore figure : OGRE
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Tire-gage reading : PSI
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Gross injustice : RAWDEAL
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Held and Neagle : ANNAS
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Rock-drilling tool : BORINGROD
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Número uno : ADAM
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Burgeon : SPROUT
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Large white goose : SOLAN
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___ Field, Dallas airport : LOVE
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Luster : POLISH
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Subsidized housing in Riyadh? : LOWRENTSOFARABIA
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Michener book : IBERIA
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Pierrot's Pierrette, perhaps : AMIE
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Brusque : BLUNT
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Undergoing vertigo : AREEL
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Abandon : DESERT
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Uses a shuttle : TATS
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Viet ___ : CONG
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Hotbeds : NESTS
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Bluebeard's last wife : FATIMA
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Depth charge : ASHCAN
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Unshaken : STEADY
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Kind of deed : TITLE
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Sellout notice : SRO
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Word on a dollar : SERIES
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Gators' cousins : CROCS
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Code word for A : ALFA
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___ Aviv : TEL
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Bridge assets : HONORS
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Undergo : ENDURE
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Reconciled : ATONE
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Mallard's milieu : POND
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Org. for Trevino et al. : PGA
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Followers of ens : OES
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Eventually : INTIME
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Farmers outside Beirut? : SEEDERSOFLEBANON
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Misdid : ERRED
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Mideastern capital : SANAA
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Imbue : PERVADE
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Opulence : WEALTH
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Foo yong : OMELET
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Pay : SALARY
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Fritter : WASTE
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Sunbathes : TANS
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"Hello, Dolly!" name : LEVI
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The birds : AVES
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Paddock youngsters : FOALS
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Farrell's "Bernard ___" : CLARE
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Smuts, e.g. : BOER
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Spread out : SPACED
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Martian: Comb. form : AREO
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Duration : TERM
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Brenda or Kay : STARR
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Gung-ho : EAGER
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Cardiff memorabilia? : THEPRINTSOFWALES
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Traffic : TRADE
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Gluck's output : OPERAS
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Put on : FEIGN
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Parabasis : ODE
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Trouble : AIL
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Kudos : GLORY
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Triton : NEWT
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Crowns of furnaces : DOMES
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Stripes from strokes : WEALS
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Famed film official: 1879–1954 : HAYS
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Environs : AREA
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Collapse : FOLDUP
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Squawk : BLAT
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King of Persia : DARIUS
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Warble : TRILL
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Subjoin : AFFIX
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Flaming : AFIRE
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Pursuing : AFTER
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Army unit: Abbr. : BDE
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Ring windup : TKO
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Letters : MAIL
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___ account : ONNO
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"Dead Souls" author : GOGOL
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Dollops : LUMPS
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Persons : ONES
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Flower features : PETALS
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___ David : MOGEN
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Recital : TALE
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Maui dance : HULA
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Elaborate : ORNATE
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Smyrna export : FIGS
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Hybridize a shrub : INGRAFT
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Keel-shaped part : CARINA
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Regard highly : ADMIRE
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___-all (smart aleck) : KNOWIT
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Hardens : INURES
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Tea type : OOLONG
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Inquiries : PROBES
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Muscovites' council : SOVIET
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Paragons : IDEALS
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Swift : RAPID
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Playa clay : ADOBE
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Scent : AROMA
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Ship's officer : BOSUN
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Iceblink : GLARE
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City map : PLAT
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Commune near Caen : STLO
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Letter opener : SIR
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Boater, e.g. : HAT
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Media network : NBC
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Managed : RAN

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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