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

Thursday, January 29, 201529AService break at Wimbledon?John Farmer
Tuesday, January 4, 201121D4:00 P.M., traditionallyDavid Hanson
Saturday, February 9, 200816ALate afternoon, typicallyShannon Burns
Saturday, November 25, 200013DBreak point at Wimbledon?Patrick D. Berry
Tuesday, June 8, 199924DLondoner's breakFred Piscop
Thursday, June 4, 199846AWhen to gather for crumpetsFrances Hansen
Sunday, October 19, 199713DLate afternoon, usuallyDavid J. Kahn
Thursday, March 14, 19964DBrighton breakR. Silvestri

16 results for TEATIME from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Friday, March 27, 198758ALondoner's breakRhonda KrausMaleska
Sunday, December 9, 198424AP.M. period in EnglandMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Friday, October 5, 198456ALate afternoon in EnglandReichertMaleska
Tuesday, April 17, 198424ALondon office breakBurnsMaleska
Friday, February 21, 197539ASocial hourChet CurrierWeng
Sunday, October 28, 1973101ALate afternoonDiana SessionsWeng
Tuesday, July 31, 197311DEnglish breakUnknownWeng
Sunday, January 10, 197126ALate afternoon, usuallyBetty LearyWeng
Thursday, May 28, 197041DFour o'clock, to someUnknownWeng
Sunday, October 22, 1967111ALate afternoon.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Sunday, March 27, 196659ALate afternoon in London.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Wednesday, January 6, 196536ARelative of a coffee break.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, March 22, 1964137ADaily occasion in London.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tuesday, May 7, 196321AThe oolong hour.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, August 8, 196221ASocial hour, in Britain.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, September 22, 195922ABritisher's coffee break.UnknownFarrar