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52 Results for OTHELLO

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Saturday, August 31, 201338AWork set mostly in CyprusJosh Knapp
Saturday, May 26, 20122DHis opening line is "'Tis better as it is"Peter Wentz
Saturday, January 3, 200958ANoted Venetian army generalPeter Wentz
Friday, March 30, 200712DIt was first performed at Whitehall Palace in 1604David Quarfoot
Thursday, March 29, 20071AGame with an annual world championship, first held in Tokyo in 1977David J. Kahn
Friday, February 21, 20032DPlay set mostly in CyprusPatrick Berry
Sunday, September 15, 20026DTitle role for RobesonFred Piscop
Thursday, January 24, 200233DMurderous MoorBrendan Emmett Quigley
Thursday, September 20, 200117ABrabantio's son-in-lawDavid J. Kahn
Saturday, June 9, 20018A"If it were now to die, / 'Twere now to be most happy" speakerRich Norris
Saturday, October 28, 200016ACommercial game with disksElizabeth C. Gorski
Sunday, September 17, 200053A"O curse of marriage ..." speakerNelson Hardy
Wednesday, August 16, 200047AWork of 1604David Levinson Wilk
Thursday, May 14, 199837DOne who "lov'd not wisely but too well"Frank Longo
Wednesday, February 1, 199544D1982 James Earl Jones roleChet Currier
Sunday, December 11, 199486DBoard game like reversiWayne Robert Williams

2 results for OTHELLO from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
September 12, 2010acrosticEFigure derived from the 1565 tale "Un Capitano Moro"Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon
March 26, 2000acrosticHShakespeare character who said, "Rude am I in my speech"Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

34 results for OTHELLO from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Saturday, December 23, 19892DCassio's generalS. E. WilkinsonMaleska
Saturday, December 10, 198829AShakespearean playJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sunday, March 27, 198856DTragedy written in 1604Brett A. BlaylockMaleska
Friday, January 25, 198553ADesdemona's husbandPeter G. SnowMaleska
Sunday, March 11, 198483DMoor who suspected amourJune A. BoggsMaleska
Thursday, May 5, 19832DJames Earl Jones roleBert RosenfieldMaleska
Friday, June 18, 198237DMoor who suspected amourI. Judah KoolykMaleska
Friday, May 7, 197640DFamous MoorJordan S. LasherWeng
Sunday, December 7, 197579AFamous MoorBarbara GillisWeng
Sunday, December 1, 197491DRole for Paul RobesonGeorge MadridWeng
Thursday, March 7, 197439DWork by 3 DownRobin D. MayerWeng
Sunday, January 27, 1974144AFamous MoorAlexander BlackWeng
Saturday, March 18, 19726DMoor of VeniceUnknownWeng
Monday, December 20, 197147AWell-known MoorUnknownWeng
Friday, December 12, 196942AShakespearean character.UnknownWeng
Saturday, August 23, 196943DShakespearean dupe.UnknownWeng
Monday, June 10, 196850AMoor of drama.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, October 23, 19666AMoor in a murder story.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thursday, October 15, 196424AProduction of 360 years ago.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, March 28, 19637DHe "loved not wisely, but too well."Thomas MeekinFarrar
Tuesday, January 30, 196222AThe Moor of Venice.Louis SabinFarrar
Saturday, May 27, 196116ATragedy of 1604.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, October 1, 196042AShakespearean role.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, August 7, 1960113ADrama of 1604.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Monday, May 11, 195925DMoor of Venice.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Tuesday, January 20, 195942DShakespearean tragedy.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Friday, April 18, 195864A1604 tragedy.Herman KeldFarrar
Sunday, September 20, 19537APlay and opera role.Ethel LeStrangeFarrar
Tuesday, April 14, 195336AThe Moor.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, November 9, 195222DClassic victim of jealousy.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, June 8, 195295DBrabantio's son-in-law.Harold T. BersFarrar
Friday, September 7, 195131DIago's dupe.UnknownFarrar
Friday, May 11, 195132DIago poisoned his mind.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 16, 1950136APersonification of jealousy.Louis BaronFarrar