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45 Results for STO

6 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).

DateGridClueAuthor
Sunday, June 5, 201630D"___ Lat" (traditional Polish song)Tom McCoy
Friday, September 28, 201254DPou ___ (basis of operations)Ed Sessa
Saturday, September 10, 201159DPou ___ (vantage point) (2)David Quarfoot
Saturday, May 1, 201042APou ___ (vantage point) (2)Paula Gamache
Friday, February 10, 20061DPou ___ (vantage point), from the GreekHarvey Estes
Friday, February 7, 199761DI stand: Lat.R. Norris

39 results for STO from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Monday, February 8, 199329DNarrative: Abbr. (3)Jim PageMaleska
Thursday, December 3, 19929DTale: Abbr.Jim PageMaleska
Sunday, April 7, 199164DO. Henry prod.Valerie MeunierMaleska
Sunday, April 22, 199042APou ___ (vantage point)Maura B. JacobsonMaleska
Saturday, May 30, 19875DI stand: Lat.Vaughn KeithMaleska
Sunday, February 1, 198776APou ___ (jumping-off place)Frances HansenMaleska
Friday, February 7, 198646ANarrative: Abbr.Jim PageMaleska
Sunday, February 3, 198534ATale: Abbr.Judith C. DaltonMaleska
Wednesday, September 8, 198269APiece of fict.John GreenmanMaleska
Wednesday, July 2, 198021AI stand, to CiceroNorton RhoadesMaleska
Saturday, June 16, 197948DNarration: Abbr.William LutwiniakMaleska
Sunday, April 30, 197848AShort tale: Abbr.Bert H. KruseMaleska
Friday, December 16, 197759DPou ___ (a place to stand on)A. J. SantoraMaleska
Thursday, July 21, 197723AO. Henry concoction: Abbr.Jordan S. LasherMaleska
Sunday, June 19, 1977137DNarrative: Abbr.Tap OsbornMaleska
Saturday, May 28, 197710DTale: Abbr.William LutwiniakMaleska
Monday, January 17, 197729APou ___ (place to stand)DeWitt AndersonWeng
Sunday, March 21, 1976101AI stand: Lat.Arnold MossWeng
Wednesday, May 7, 197560DFurnace tender: Abbr.SamalinWeng
Sunday, December 15, 1974121AFurnace tender: Abbr.Elmer ToroWeng
Friday, July 5, 197426ATale: Abbr.Jordan S. LasherWeng
Sunday, November 11, 197327AI stand: Lat.Betty LearyWeng
Thursday, November 8, 197333APou ___UnknownWeng
Sunday, June 20, 197168APou ___ (base)Frances HansenWeng
Saturday, January 30, 197122AFurnace tender: Abbr.UnknownWeng
Friday, June 19, 197062DFurnace tender: Abbr.UnknownWeng
Sunday, May 17, 197039AStand: Lat.Bruce R. ShawWeng
Saturday, December 13, 19694DFurnace tender: Abbr.UnknownWeng
Thursday, September 11, 196934DPou ___ (vantage point).UnknownWeng
Sunday, July 27, 196929AFurnace man: Abbr.Ruth BallWeng
Thursday, March 6, 196926DI stand: Lat.UnknownWeng
Saturday, November 16, 196850APou ___, standing place, à la Archimedes.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, May 12, 196886APou ___ (place to stand): Gr.Arnold MossFarrar
Sunday, March 31, 196886APou ___, Archimedes's place to stand on.Frances HansenFarrar
Sunday, January 9, 1966120DPou ___ (place to stand upon): Gr.William LutwiniakFarrar
Sunday, December 26, 1965104ATheol. degree.Frances HansenFarrar
Sunday, February 7, 196553APou ___ (a place to stand on), from Archimedes.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
Sunday, August 17, 1958131DPou ___ (a place to stand), from Archimedes' saying.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sunday, April 30, 194434A100, in Russian.Alexis P. BoodbergFarrar

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