The clue "Joint" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on June 28 2019.

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"Joint" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
New York Times November 21 2020 DOOBIE
Crossword Champ Premium October 24 2020 REEFER
Penny Dell - Hard April 27 2020 ELBOW
Wall Street Journal January 30 2020 DOOBIE
Penny Dell - Medium December 28 2019 KNEE
New York Times June 28 2019 PEN

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New York Times Clues June 28, 2019

The "one" in "the old one-two," maybe
Chivalrous offer
"You bet!"
Eyes, slangily
Become independent ... as suggested visually by some of this grid's black squares
It's a wrap
Cereal with a Berry Berry variety
Being, to Sartre
Taking action
Gulf currency
Comical Howard
Tourist center handout
Fun and games, informally
Lord of Rivendell in "The Lord of the Rings"
Summer cooler
Salon offering
Any of 13 popes
Suits, briefs, etc.
Home of Theseus
Q&A on Reddit
Body parts that become other body parts if you change the second letter to an A
___ Juan
Way off, say
Summer cooler
Wheels of fortune?
Slammin' Sammy
Series of ages
Like much data
Mental eccentricity ... as suggested visually by some of this grid's black squares
Briskly, to equestrians
Something a short driver might need?
Meet at the river, perhaps
Like a ballet dancer
Language akin to portugués
Hide seeker
___ jacket
Opposite of drop
Line setter
Things you can get credit for
French article
Wallace who wrote "Ben-Hur"
Relative of Aunt Bee
Started making money as an athlete
Suspect in Clue
Actress Dobrev of "The Vampire Diaries"
Physician on TV's "Celebrity Rehab"
Didn't end as scheduled
___ Corner, section of Westminster Abbey
Black ___
Place for a retired soldier?
Ohio town that was the first permanent settlement in the state (1788)
Chocolaty nougat-and-caramel product
Give off
Face-saving aid at a reunion
Canon competitor
Will have to face
Features of smartphones
Blandly agreeable
___ Falls Convention (early women's rights gathering)
Some bow ties
French city near the Belgian border
First name in game shows
With 59-Down, so-so
See 58-Down