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21 Results for CLOCK

6 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. See the dictionary definition.

Saturday, February 21, 20151DSlugDoug Peterson and Brad Wilber
Monday, November 11, 201349ACuckoo ___Elizabeth C. Gorski
Thursday, September 26, 201341AInstrument that hints at the missing parts of certain answers in this puzzleTom Pepper and Victor Barocas
Monday, August 5, 20136ATimekeeperAlan Arbesfeld
Saturday, August 29, 200934AWhat an antsy person might watchDoug Peterson
Tuesday, September 2, 200811DWhat a mouse ran up, in a rhymeStanley Newman

15 results for CLOCK from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Wednesday, December 2, 199210DTV's "Beat the ___"Peter GordonMaleska
Sunday, September 17, 198933DClepsydra, e.g.John M. SamsonMaleska
Wednesday, December 31, 19806DScoreboard fixtureNancy McCarthyMaleska
Tuesday, September 16, 198043DTimeMichelle ArnotMaleska
Monday, May 17, 197652DGrandfather, for oneLouise EarnestWeng
Sunday, December 14, 197587ATime for speedJack LuzzattoWeng
Friday, November 22, 197461ATime a raceBaronWeng
Wednesday, February 18, 19705AKind of watcherUnknownWeng
Tuesday, December 9, 196946DTime, as a race.UnknownWeng
Tuesday, September 9, 196934DAir-terminal fixture.UnknownWeng
Tuesday, August 10, 196527DTime.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, March 17, 196021AOrnament on a stocking.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, April 17, 195424DStocking ornament.Marian MoeserFarrar
Friday, December 25, 19536DGift for a sleepyhead.Jack ChaikinFarrar
Sunday, February 10, 19521AStocking ornament.Thomas MeekinFarrar