7 Shortz-era entries found. Click any date for context.
|Thursday, February 7, 2013||26D||Lowest in fat||David Levinson Wilk|
|Friday, February 6, 2009||34A||Most economical||Frederick J. Healy|
|Sunday, May 26, 2002||53A||Like the most expensive chopped meat||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
|Sunday, April 29, 2001||37A||Like the most expensive hamburger meat||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
|Sunday, January 29, 1995||96D||Least fat||Bryant White|
|Friday, December 2, 1994||45A||Most trim||Bob Klahn|
|Thursday, February 10, 1994||42D||Most economical in business||Manny Nosowsky|
6 results for LEANEST from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sunday, March 17, 1991||58D||Most suitable for Sprat||Charles E. Gersch||Maleska|
|Friday, August 26, 1988||5D||Most gaunt||Robert O. Dillman||Maleska|
|Saturday, April 18, 1987||26A||Like the best cut of meat||Dorothea E. Shipp||Maleska|
|Saturday, December 12, 1981||57A||Least pyknic||Jack L. Steinhardt||Maleska|
|Thursday, June 5, 1980||34A||Least pinguid||C. J. Angio||Maleska|
|Saturday, May 27, 1978||35D||Most barren||Elaine D. Schorr||Maleska|