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

DateGridClueAuthor
Thursday, January 8, 201563AWord with bar or bedJacob Stulberg
Thursday, December 4, 201464AKind of bar (2)Kacey Walker and David Quarfoot
Friday, August 29, 20147DThe world, to a go-getter?Daniel Raymon
Sunday, October 27, 201391DBar food?Brendan Emmett Quigley
Thursday, March 3, 201124AFood sometimes eaten with a small forkDavid J. Kahn
Friday, August 4, 200633ABed occupantManny Nosowsky
Thursday, September 22, 200544AThe world, according to Pistol, in "The Merry Wives of Windsor"Patrick Merrell
Tuesday, April 6, 200432DFood in a shellTony Orbach
Friday, July 31, 199839DKind of forkJohn Wolting
Sunday, December 31, 199577DPearl harborerBob Klahn
Thursday, June 15, 199544AStew ingredientNorma Steinberg
Thursday, June 2, 199413DKind of bar (2)Harvey Estes

2 results for OYSTER from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
November 28, 2004acrosticBSomething served at a barEmily Cox and Henry Rathvon
November 18, 2001acrosticC"I do not weep at the world - I am too busy sharpening my ___ knife" (Z.N. Hurston)Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

10 results for OYSTER from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Friday, April 7, 198949AStew baseA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sunday, January 13, 198570DStarfish's victimJim PageMaleska
Friday, January 14, 197719D" . . . the world's mine ___"Reginald L. JohnsonWeng
Sunday, October 14, 197371DType of forkJay SpryWeng
Wednesday, October 21, 197023ASpatUnknownWeng
Thursday, August 8, 196848DBivalve.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, July 15, 196522AThe world, proverbially speaking.UnknownFarrar
Monday, December 12, 196045ASucculent sea food.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, August 8, 195947DKind of stew.A. H. DrummondFarrar
Friday, March 20, 195950DThe world, proverbially.UnknownFarrar