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35 Results for SENTENCE

9 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. See the dictionary definition.

Friday, May 16, 201429DFive to nine, maybe, but not nine to fiveMartin Ashwood-Smith
Saturday, January 4, 201462ALife or deathKyle Dolan
Saturday, January 29, 201134ASomething handed downNed White
Friday, May 14, 201013DFollower of one's convictionsBarry C. Silk
Saturday, June 24, 200030AIt may follow one's convictionsNancy Joline
Friday, July 16, 199913DLife, for oneGerald R. Ferguson
Friday, February 21, 199769AIt could be several yearsC. E. Gersch
Friday, July 26, 199633DTen years, maybeG. Newman
Wednesday, October 11, 199522AThing to be parsedMary E. Brindamour

2 results for SENTENCE from Variety puzzles.

April 21, 2002acrosticS"A ___ is but a cheveril glove to a good wit": "Twelfth Night"Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon
August 10, 1997cryptic1DSomething that always begins with a capital punishment (8)Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

24 results for SENTENCE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Wednesday, September 9, 199240ALife is the longest oneEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wednesday, October 16, 19914DLife is oneMartin Ashwood-SmithMaleska
Monday, December 1, 19869DLife is oneFred TooleMaleska
Sunday, November 16, 198681DLife is the longest oneDeborah Pelkey TrombleyMaleska
Sunday, June 24, 19843DWhat a judge passesAlfio MicciMaleska
Monday, January 16, 198420ALife, for oneSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Wednesday, July 27, 198337DLife is oneVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
Friday, April 29, 198338DLife, e.g.John GreenmanMaleska
Wednesday, December 2, 19819DDecision of a judgeBernice GordonMaleska
Monday, July 13, 19819DComponent of a paragraphMaloneyMaleska
Saturday, April 4, 198137DJudge's pronouncementGeorge P. SphicasMaleska
Sunday, March 11, 197915DJudge's decisionArnold MossMaleska
Thursday, January 11, 197921DThirty days, or even lifeRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
Sunday, June 11, 197213DLife, for oneAlexander BlackWeng
Wednesday, July 14, 197143AGroup of words or yearsUnknownWeng
Saturday, March 14, 197041ASubject, predicate, etc.UnknownWeng
Thursday, August 22, 19689D"I do," for one.UnknownFarrar
Friday, November 25, 196613A"I do," for example.UnknownFarrar
Friday, August 29, 195840AJudgment.Bernice GordonFarrar
Wednesday, May 8, 195740DPart of whole of a paragraph.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thursday, November 18, 195410D"I do," for instance.Sidney LambertFarrar
Tuesday, June 15, 195439A"I will," for instance.Edgar WattsFarrar
Wednesday, September 9, 195335DA subject and predicate.Dorothy SmithFarrar
Sunday, December 14, 1947111DWhat convicts serve.Louise RabbFarrar