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William Lutwiniak
William Lutwiniak

GOLDEN ONES

New York Times, Sunday, July 29, 1984

Author:
William Lutwiniak
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 68, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 541 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 129, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, 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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© 1984, The New York TimesNo. 12,682
Across
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Piercing : KEEN
5
Picasso : PABLO
10
Sprinkle drops upon : BEDEW
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Bearish time : DROP
19
Tortosa’s river : EBRO
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Construction member : IBEAM
21
Pretext, possibly : ALIBI
22
One way to remember : ROTE
23
Running star: 1920-24-28 : PAAVONURMI
25
Running star: 1956-60 : GLENNDAVIS
27
Depositor’s concern : INTEREST
28
Nuchal areas : NAPES
30
Most modern : NEWEST
31
Cambio cash : LIRE
32
Bobwhite : COLIN
33
Kind of apple : ROME
34
Saunters : AMBLES
37
Subpar time : SLUMP
38
Tripartite Pact phrase : NEWORDER
42
Reef makeup : CORAL
43
Running star: 1972-76 : LASSEVIREN
45
Old French coin : ECU
46
Extinct wild ox : URUS
47
Speaker’s spot : DAIS
49
Quatrain poet : OMAR
50
Deep black, to a poet : EBON
51
Langley A.F.B. group : TAC
52
Jumping star: 1960 : RALPHBOSTON
56
Kind of roof or window : GABLE
57
Ups : ELEVATES
59
Wing-shaped : ALARY
60
Reactionaries : TORIES
61
Talks nonsense, in slanguage : JIVES
62
Filched : STOLE
63
“Ici on ___ . . . ” : PARLE
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Displays of temper : SCENES
66
City on the Meuse : LIEGE
67
Drummer, perhaps : SALESMAN
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___ down (softened) : TONED
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Shot-put star: 1968 : RANDYMATSON
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Chemical ending : ENE
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Cey and Kittle of baseball : RONS
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Jr., for one : DESC
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Lunchtime : NOON
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Auld lang ___ : SYNE
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Cousin of a “gee-tar” : UKE
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Track star: 1936 : JESSEOWENS
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Lieu : STEAD
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Friend of Romeo : MERCUTIO
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Jaffe and Barrett : RONAS
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Somewhat : FAIRLY
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N.C. college : ELON
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Marmalade ingredients : RINDS
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Boring : DULL
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Come to : ATTAIN
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Take care of : SEETO
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Scatter : DISPERSE
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Pole-vault star: 1968 : BOBSEAGREN
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Running star: 1964-68 : WYOMIATYUS
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Different : ELSE
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Raise a glass to : TOAST
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Atelier prop : EASEL
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Calendar abbr. : TUES
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Skips; rebounds : DAPS
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Lets up : EASES
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Strapless, e.g. : DRESS
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In the know : ONTO
Down
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Visored cap : KEPI
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Israeli statesman : EBAN
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Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
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Boccaccio tales : NOVELLAS
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Yearning ones : PINERS
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Maltreatment : ABUSE
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Lahr or Parks : BERT
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Yegg’s exodus : LAM
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Threatening : OMINOUS
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Wind instrument : BAGPIPE
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Burstyn or Drew : ELLEN
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Conks out : DIES
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Helmsman’s course : EBN
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He sifts : WINNOWER
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Bureau unit : DRAWER
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Cover lots of ground : ROVE
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“Miss ___ Regrets” : OTIS
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Nudnik : PEST
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Mirador : ORIEL
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Energetic person : DEMON
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Baksheesh : ALMS
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Disagree sharply : CLASH
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Processed tape again : RERAN
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Trenchant : ACUTE
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Aesop’s ending : MORAL
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Decathlon star: 1976 : BRUCEJENNER
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Boo-boos : SLIPS
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“Star Trek” actor : NIMOY
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Swimming star: 1968 : DEBBIEMEYER
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French school : ECOLE
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Mystic signs : RUNES
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“A ___ santé!” : VOTRE
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Appointments : DATES
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Pub pours : ALES
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Peerage members : EARLS
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Blew one’s stack : RAVED
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Lessened : BATED
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Science : OLOGY
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City on the Willamette : SALEM
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Bridge maven : GOREN
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Ellsworth of tennis : VINES
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Raptorial feature : TALON
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Inasmuch as : SINCE
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El ___, Tex. : PASO
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Tickle the strings : STRUM
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Sarah of tennis : COOKE
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Rodeo rope : LASSO
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Noted German sculptor–wood carver: c.1440–1533 : STOSS
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Bit of history : ANNAL
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Impoverished : NEEDY
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Varnish ingredient : RESIN
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Pavlova and Karenina : ANNAS
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Explode violently : DETONATE
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Dagger : STILETTO
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London or Andrews : JULIE
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Lustrous pearls : ORIENTS
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Custom : WONT
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Gave liberally : ENDOWED
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A tunicate : SALPA
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Discontinues : CEASES
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Light flintlock muskets : FUSILS
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Poet Lizette : REESE
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Loose change : DIMES
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Snoozing : ABED
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Weight of a silver rupee : TOLA
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Recipe abbr. : TBSP
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Mmes., in Mexico : SRAS
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Rx datum : DOSE
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Famed miler : RYUN
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Tallow source : SUET
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He, in Pisa : ESSO
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Tibetan antelope : GOA
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“Babi ___,” Yevtushenko poem : YAR

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 4 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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