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96 Results for CRIME

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

Sunday, June 15, 20148DFiction genre (2)Tony Orbach
Sunday, April 13, 201421AIt's organized in a familyDan Schoenholz
Sunday, September 22, 201362DBlackmail, e.g.Mike Selinker
Thursday, July 1, 201039DBookstore sectionClive Probert
Wednesday, October 14, 200937DArrestable offenseRichard Silvestri
Tuesday, July 14, 20091APartner of punishmentDonna S. Levin
Thursday, April 9, 200950AIt may be organized (3)Patrick Blindauer and Tony Orbach
Saturday, August 2, 200816AIt may come in wavesKaren M. Tracey
Friday, December 22, 200647DIt may appear on a recordMike Nothnagel
Wednesday, November 23, 200531DIt may be organized (3)Levi Denham
Wednesday, June 1, 200512DPart of "C.S.I."Nick Grivas
Sunday, December 19, 200463ARecord notationFrances Hansen (1919-2004)
Tuesday, December 30, 200333DArson, e.g.Nancy Kavanaugh
Tuesday, February 5, 200232DFiction genre (2)Alan J. Weiss
Wednesday, January 24, 200123DWhodunit startDavid Ainslie Macleod
Monday, November 29, 199966AF.B.I. datumRichard Chisholm
Sunday, November 14, 19997DIt may be organized (3)Lloyd E. Pollet
Sunday, August 29, 199922ASee 33-AcrossLou and Fran Sabin
Saturday, December 5, 199858AError that leads to trialDaniel R. Stark
Friday, December 4, 199838AKind of waveJohn Wolting
Tuesday, July 14, 199821ALegal offenseRaymond Hamel
Monday, September 29, 199766A"___ and Punishment"Randy Sowell
Saturday, November 23, 199642AMoriarty's specialtyR. Silvestri
Tuesday, August 9, 199447DRecord blotJonathan Schmatzbach

1 result for CRIME from Variety puzzles.

February 2, 2003diagramless11DDetective's focusDave Tuller

71 results for CRIME from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Monday, June 21, 199322DFelonious deedSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sunday, May 23, 199357DStart of a Dostoyevsky titleAlfio MicciMaleska
Wednesday, March 3, 199310DArson or larcenyStanley GlassMaleska
Friday, September 11, 199224DCampaign issueNorma SteinbergMaleska
Sunday, August 16, 199259ACampaign issueIrene SmullyanMaleska
Wednesday, January 8, 19926DNonpaying activityNorma SteinbergMaleska
Tuesday, November 12, 199131AMayhem is oneTap OsbornMaleska
Friday, May 17, 199145DStart of a Dostoyevsky titleErnie FurtadoMaleska
Saturday, March 31, 199018DIt doesn't payChristy RidleyMaleska
Sunday, May 8, 198864DRobbery or arsonBette Sue CohenMaleska
Wednesday, April 6, 198811DLarceny, e.g.Emory H. CainMaleska
Sunday, July 5, 198796AStart of a Dostoyevsky titleBarry L. CohenMaleska
Sunday, September 14, 198655DTopic in "The Underground Empire . . . "E.T.M. (Eugene T. Maleska)Maleska
Sunday, August 17, 198624AStart of a Dostoyevsky titleAlfio MicciMaleska
Sunday, December 1, 1985106AMa Barker's specialtyMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Thursday, November 7, 198514AFelony, e.g.Nancy McCarthyMaleska
Friday, September 30, 198347DElement in many a whodunitWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sunday, June 19, 198368DCampaign issueArnold MossMaleska
Thursday, January 13, 198364AUnlawful activityEli WesoffMaleska
Sunday, October 31, 198211ANonpayerJohn M. SamsonMaleska
Monday, August 30, 198216AKind of waveCuzzolinaMaleska
Monday, August 2, 198214ANonpaying activityWhittenMaleska
Friday, July 2, 198211DNonpaying activityLouise EarnestMaleska
Friday, September 18, 19819AFirst word in a Dostoyevsky titleRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
Monday, September 14, 198132ABasis for a whodunitWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Wednesday, March 4, 198131DWord with fiction or rateRobert KatzMaleska
Thursday, February 21, 198015AFelonyFrank GearyMaleska
Sunday, November 4, 197930ANonpayerWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sunday, May 27, 197966DThriller themeJack LuzzattoMaleska
Tuesday, April 17, 197937AArson or larcenySidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sunday, November 12, 197895AIt doesn't payFrances HansenMaleska
Monday, July 24, 197822A"___ and Punishment"Herb L. RisteenMaleska
Monday, August 29, 197725DHeadline story, at timesDavid A. ScullyMaleska
Sunday, July 24, 197715DArson is oneJay SpryMaleska
Saturday, October 23, 19761DPolice targetMike LeiferWeng
Wednesday, December 10, 197528DWrongdoingSara V. TuckermanWeng
Sunday, February 2, 197522ADostoevsky subjectRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Wednesday, July 17, 197428DArson or peculationHugh P. HollandWeng
Wednesday, August 22, 19739DPunishment's forerunnerUnknownWeng
Monday, May 14, 19736DUrban problemUnknownWeng
Sunday, May 6, 197331DArson, e.g.Frances HansenWeng
Tuesday, October 17, 197226DArson or muggingUnknownWeng
Thursday, January 6, 197233ALarceny, for oneUnknownWeng
Sunday, July 18, 197125ADostoevsky subjectAnthony MorseWeng
Tuesday, June 23, 197014AUrban problemUnknownWeng
Sunday, May 25, 1969113DMalfeasant's actEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Tuesday, May 20, 196956ACity problem.UnknownWeng
Sunday, April 27, 1969104AUrban problemA. J. SantoraWeng
Sunday, February 18, 196862DOffense.Pamela V-W WoodFarrar
Thursday, March 31, 196648DNonpaying occupation.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, March 22, 1964117ATreason, for one.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sunday, March 8, 19641ANonpaying activity.Barbara L. GolubFarrar
Monday, February 17, 196427DA "deed without a name."S. A. KayFarrar
Sunday, March 12, 196123DTreason.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tuesday, June 23, 195912DNonpaying profession.Louise RabbFarrar
Friday, January 17, 195863AMore than a misdemeanor.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, February 5, 1956115DSin.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sunday, August 1, 19541DPerry Mason's concern.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thursday, March 25, 195464A“Dragnet” subject.Roberta MorseFarrar
Friday, January 8, 195430DMickey Spillane's subject.UnknownFarrar
Monday, September 28, 195347AUniform ___ Reports, annual bulletin of FBI.George HendersonFarrar
Tuesday, July 1, 195234AGrand larceny.UnknownFarrar
Friday, September 7, 195146DTheme of Estes Kefauver's book.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, May 24, 19511ASubject of Braden investigation.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, May 10, 19519ATarget of many investigations.UnknownFarrar
Monday, October 23, 195055ASubject of Congressional investigation.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, August 8, 194823A___ wave.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sunday, June 6, 19482DMystery writers’ standby.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
Sunday, August 10, 1947120DWrong.Eileen St. ClairFarrar
Sunday, September 24, 194467AWrong.I. KertFarrar
Sunday, April 4, 194373A"Not failure, but low aim, is ___."—Lowell.Louis ShieldsFarrar