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3 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.

DateGridClueAuthor
Thursday, September 30, 201065AGuinness superlativeVictor Fleming
Thursday, November 23, 200641DGuinness Book categoryAri Halpern
Sunday, May 3, 199844DMost difficult to believeBrendan Emmett Quigley

14 results for TALLEST from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sunday, September 8, 199176DAn adjective for Sears TowerRobert H. WolfeMaleska
Monday, May 12, 198651ADescribing Sears TowerSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sunday, January 22, 19847AHigher than any otherFrances HansenMaleska
Friday, March 21, 198026DAdjective for redwoodsVincent L. OsborneMaleska
Thursday, November 15, 197952AAdjective for Chicago's Sears TowerCoppsMaleska
Monday, July 26, 197625DMost fancifulJay SpryWeng
Sunday, May 30, 19764DMost farfetchedMaria G. RiceWeng
Wednesday, March 5, 197521DWord for Chicago's Sears buildingHallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
Sunday, April 15, 197351DMost exaggeratedHerb RisteenWeng
Monday, February 28, 197211DLike the twin towers of N.Y.UnknownWeng
Sunday, September 14, 196992DMost improbableW. E. JonesWeng
Monday, December 25, 196739ALike the Rockefeller Center tree.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, February 19, 196729AMost high.Jean ReedFarrar
Sunday, October 8, 1961122ALike the sequoias.Arthur SchulmanFarrar