7 Shortz-era entries found. Click any date for context. See the dictionary definition.
|Sunday, October 18, 2009||105D||Life preserver, e.g.||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
|Thursday, May 2, 2002||28D||Geometrical solid||Dave and Diane Epperson|
|Saturday, November 10, 2001||33A||Anchor ring||William I. Johnston|
|Thursday, May 14, 1998||10D||Doughnut's shape||Frank Longo|
|Tuesday, February 6, 1996||18D||Doughnut mathematically||Randy Sowell|
|Saturday, September 23, 1995||1A||Topological solid||Martin Ashwood-Smith|
|Wednesday, September 28, 1994||56A||Doughnut, e.g.||Robert Zimmerman|
1 result for TORUS from Variety puzzles.
|October 18, 2009||cryptic||14A||Instructor usually describes doughnut-shaped surface (5)||Richard Silvestri|
7 results for TORUS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, February 16, 1991||15D||Doughnut, for one||William Lutwiniak||Maleska|
|Monday, July 2, 1990||39A||Doughnut-shaped figure||Richard Silvestri||Maleska|
|Friday, April 7, 1989||51D||Geometric doughnut||A. J. Santora||Maleska|
|Tuesday, June 25, 1985||33A||Topologist's doughnut||Mark Diehl||Maleska|
|Monday, June 27, 1983||3D||Convex molding||Nancy McCarthy||Maleska|
|Friday, August 1, 1980||18A||A solid shaped like a doughnut||William Lutwiniak||Maleska|
|Sunday, November 18, 1979||80D||Convex molding||William J. Yskamp||Maleska|