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115 Results for CORN

32 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences). See the dictionary definition.

DateGridClueAuthor
Thursday, April 10, 201432ANot the most sophisticated humor (2)David Steinberg
Saturday, November 5, 201139ASee 35-AcrossKurt Mueller
Saturday, December 13, 200828DHokey jokesFrank Longo
Saturday, September 22, 200747DIt's hard to walk onMark Diehl
Sunday, August 12, 200769DBase of some ethanolCathy Millhauser
Monday, December 11, 20069D___ flakesDavid J. Kahn
Saturday, March 4, 200625DChip ingredientBob Peoples
Tuesday, October 11, 200556DFoot ailmentMike Torch
Tuesday, August 9, 200513DWord that can precede the start of 17- or 54-Across or 11- or 27-DownVictor Fleming
Friday, April 15, 200533DUnwanted 35-Across featureBrendan Emmett Quigley
Thursday, August 12, 200461AMuffin choiceDavid J. Kahn
Monday, September 16, 200253DCommon syrup sourceRoy Leban
Friday, September 6, 200243AMoonshiner's sackfulManny Nosowsky
Saturday, February 23, 200259DSome humorRich Norris
Monday, October 22, 200125DIt's grown in earsDenise Neuendorf
Sunday, July 8, 200193A"Hee Haw" humor (2)Michael S. Maurer
Monday, April 3, 200017AHiker's woeGregory E. Paul
Friday, September 17, 199944DEars that can't hearPatrick D. Berry
Monday, August 9, 19995AHokey stuffElizabeth C. Gorski
Thursday, July 30, 199859AMawkish sentimentRich Norris
Monday, June 15, 199827AToe woe (3)Nancy Salomon
Wednesday, January 22, 199736DMoonshine ingredientJ. Schmalzbach
Sunday, September 29, 199649D"Hee Haw" fodder?M. Reagle
Friday, July 12, 199623DSuccotash ingredientChuck Deodene
Tuesday, March 26, 199615A"Hee Haw" humor (2)J. S. Marrone
Wednesday, March 13, 199661AIt's both grown and eaten in rowsW. R. Williams
Monday, August 21, 199510DToe woe (3)Sidney L. Robbins
Sunday, April 2, 199580DNot the most sophisticated humor (2)Norman S. Wizer
Wednesday, February 1, 199532DMawkish materialChet Currier
Tuesday, December 13, 199410AToe woe (3)Jon Delfin
Sunday, September 11, 199493DSkier's snowLouis Sabin
Monday, December 13, 199362AOn-the-cob treatThomas W. Schier

83 results for CORN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sunday, October 25, 1992104DPreserveCalista LuminatiMaleska
Thursday, March 26, 199226DPickleNancy JolineMaleska
Monday, November 4, 199155DToe woeSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tuesday, September 24, 199155DSome "Hee Haw" humorLois SidwayMaleska
Sunday, August 18, 199178DSchmaltzJeanne WilsonMaleska
Saturday, August 10, 199126AKind of bread or chipKevin BoyleMaleska
Monday, May 27, 199115AMaizePeter SwiftMaleska
Monday, April 22, 199137DFoot ailmentFred TooleMaleska
Thursday, January 10, 19916DKan. productFrank MiceliMaleska
Friday, July 20, 199054DIowa productJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Saturday, March 25, 198954DClavusEli WesoffMaleska
Wednesday, October 19, 198852DPone ingredientNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Tuesday, May 31, 19885DSuccotash ingredientNorma SteinbergMaleska
Saturday, March 5, 198860AWhite-lightning ingredientPatterson PeppleMaleska
Friday, March 13, 198714AMaizeLarry GoldhirschMaleska
Tuesday, March 10, 198711DTrite theatricsHarold B. CountsMaleska
Wednesday, June 4, 198611DGolden Cross, e.g.Kay SullivanMaleska
Tuesday, September 17, 19852DShipment from Des MoinesBernice GordonMaleska
Monday, June 3, 198511DHam's trite offeringBurnsMaleska
Tuesday, November 30, 198224APreserve with saltMargaret W. HuskeyMaleska
Wednesday, July 28, 198214AHammy comic's outputNancy McCarthyMaleska
Thursday, January 28, 198253DBanal contentWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sunday, October 18, 198149ATrite theatricsLouis BaronMaleska
Sunday, July 5, 1981126AVaudevillian humorJohn M. SamsonMaleska
Wednesday, January 7, 198129DCure by saltingJoy L. WoukMaleska
Tuesday, November 4, 198011DKind of beltC. J. AngioMaleska
Sunday, February 10, 198048AKind of flakes or snowLouis BaronMaleska
Sunday, October 7, 1979127AWheat, in EnglandReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
Thursday, December 14, 197858ACountry humorN. M. MeyerMaleska
Tuesday, May 31, 197726DFarm cropHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Monday, July 7, 197543AKind of snow or cobJohn FinchWeng
Friday, May 2, 197519ACertain humorDeWitt AndersonWeng
Saturday, February 22, 197560ATrite humorJames A. BrusselWeng
Saturday, October 26, 197450AMoonshine baseSara V. TuckermanWeng
Saturday, September 21, 19743DBelt or poneLeonard SussmanWeng
Monday, October 22, 197349DWheezy stuffUnknownWeng
Friday, April 13, 197356DFoot woeUnknownWeng
Saturday, April 8, 197224DGrainUnknownWeng
Tuesday, October 27, 197050ATrite stuffUnknownWeng
Wednesday, December 17, 196956DTrite stuff.UnknownWeng
Sunday, June 22, 196910DBathos: SlangEileen BushWeng
Friday, January 3, 196915ASouthern whisky.UnknownFarrar
Monday, December 30, 196840DMenu item.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, October 10, 196854DVegetable.UnknownFarrar
Monday, May 13, 19683DKind of meal.UnknownFarrar
Friday, January 14, 196614AImportant crop.UnknownFarrar
Monday, August 3, 196446DBanal humor: Slang.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, March 7, 196442ATrite humor: Slang.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, August 25, 196350AGrain.Stephanie CaruanaFarrar
Tuesday, April 10, 19623DCereal.Lois HillisFarrar
Sunday, January 14, 196287ATrite ideas: Slang.Roberta MorseFarrar
Wednesday, October 11, 196119DFarm product.UnknownFarrar
Monday, September 25, 196145AKansas forte.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, May 7, 196132AJohnnycake ingredient.Sandy GrafFarrar
Monday, September 19, 196040AFeature of Kansas in August.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, August 30, 195985DGrain.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Saturday, September 20, 19582DMidwest drop.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sunday, September 14, 1958103ACountry Gentleman.Grace HosterFarrar
Monday, February 10, 195824AMaize.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Sunday, September 22, 195754ACrop in with Illinois leads.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Monday, March 25, 19571DGrain.Helen FasuloFarrar
Monday, January 14, 19576DGrain.Helen FasuloFarrar
Monday, January 7, 195727DVegetable.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Sunday, December 23, 1956105AVegetable.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Sunday, March 25, 195658DIn England it means wheat.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wednesday, February 2, 195526DIowa's pride.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, November 27, 195414AIngredient of johnny cake.Mel TaubFarrar
Monday, July 26, 19545ASeed of a cereal grass.Ruth OliverFarrar
Tuesday, September 8, 195325AProduct of Illinois.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Friday, September 4, 195336DLima bean's partner.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
Wednesday, June 17, 195337AHighly sentimental ideas.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, April 26, 1953106AIowa's pride.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Saturday, March 7, 195361A___ muffins.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, December 7, 195270DUnsophisticated humor.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Saturday, April 5, 195217AMawkish humor.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, March 30, 195284DProduct of Iowa.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Sunday, February 24, 195269AHallowe'en confection.Harold T. BersFarrar
Thursday, August 9, 195151DIowa's pride.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, April 15, 1951135DBanal entertainment: Colloq.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, January 29, 195076A___ fritter.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sunday, December 25, 194957AGrain.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sunday, August 29, 194870DTriteness of ham actor: Slang.Charles CrossFarrar
Sunday, October 15, 1944121AU. S. naval station, Caribbean.Bert StoreyFarrar