Only 1 Shortz Era entry found. Click the date to see the answer in context.
|Sunday, March 27, 1994||35A||Former name of radon||Jeanette K. Brill|
9 results for NITON from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Tuesday, July 18, 1989||29D||Former name for radon||John Dreyer||Maleska|
|Thursday, May 21, 1987||60A||Radon, formerly||Elaine George||Maleska|
|Sunday, November 18, 1973||89D||Gaseous element||Eugene T. Maleska||Weng|
|Sunday, April 1, 1973||28D||Inert gas||Anthony Morse||Weng|
|Friday, October 6, 1972||56A||Radioactive element||Unknown||Weng|
|Saturday, May 9, 1970||28D||Gaseous element||Unknown||Weng|
|Tuesday, August 22, 1967||45D||Former name of radon.||Cora Goodman||Farrar|
|Friday, March 8, 1963||24D||Element now called radon.||Thomas Meekin||Farrar|
|Sunday, June 21, 1942||51D||Element that shines in dark.||Mabel C. Daggett||Farrar|