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85 Results for TEMP

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

Sunday, July 19, 20156ASub (for)Tom McCoy
Monday, April 6, 201550AShort-term office workerFinn Vigeland
Friday, February 13, 20159DSub (4)Patrick Berry
Tuesday, August 5, 201470AOffice sub, perhapsLynn Lempel
Friday, February 21, 201453AFill-in (10)Patrick Berry
Monday, September 16, 201347AOffice worker just for the day (2)Ed Sessa
Sunday, November 20, 201132AFill-in (10)Trip Payne
Sunday, October 2, 2011120ASeasonal worker, sayEric Berlin
Monday, March 28, 20111DIt may be measured in F. or C.Robyn Weintraub
Tuesday, August 31, 20103DShort-term worker, for shortPaula Gamache and Ed Stein
Sunday, February 7, 201030ACrunch-time helperPatrick Berry
Sunday, June 7, 2009111APer diem worker (2)Jeremy Newton
Friday, April 17, 200947DCertain subCorey Rubin
Wednesday, January 28, 20091DFill-in (10)Michael Langwald
Wednesday, January 14, 20097DSub at the officeOliver Hill
Sunday, December 28, 200872DDesk-borrowing workerPatrick Berry
Monday, December 22, 20081ASidewalk Santa worker, e.g.Lynn Lempel
Sunday, July 15, 2007109DPer diem worker (2)Patrick Berry
Wednesday, June 13, 200762DFill-in (10)Curtis Yee
Monday, April 16, 200735AShort-term workerRandall J. Hartman
Thursday, July 27, 20062DSub (4)Ethan Friedman
Sunday, May 7, 200658DSub (4)Trip Payne
Monday, August 1, 200559DOffice worker just for the day (2)Kendall Twigg
Tuesday, July 26, 200552ATime's partner, in briefLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Tuesday, May 11, 200442AFill-in (10)Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Saturday, June 29, 20024DFill in (10)Dana Motley
Thursday, April 25, 200258DMany a subLois Sidway
Saturday, June 10, 200045ASub (4)Glenton Petgrave
Friday, November 26, 19991DFill-in (10)Roger Phillips
Friday, April 30, 199947DFill-in (10)Pat M. Hugel
Tuesday, February 23, 199950DDay worker, maybeRobert Zimmerman
Monday, January 25, 199941ANot a permanent employeeFran and Lou Sabin
Sunday, May 17, 199846DFill-in (10)David J. Kahn and Hillary B. Kahn
Monday, December 1, 19971AFill in at the officeMark Danna
Wednesday, October 1, 199716AWork between jobsElizabeth C. Gorski
Monday, September 22, 19974DOffice fill-inGregory E. Paul
Sunday, October 15, 199529AFill in (for)Mel Rosen
Friday, October 6, 199559DFill-in (10)Rich Norris
Thursday, September 21, 199530DAgency worker, for shortChuck Deodene
Tuesday, February 1, 199452DSubstituteRobert Zimmerman

3 results for TEMP from Variety puzzles.

October 26, 2014diagramless60DBe a sidewalk Santa, sayFred Piscop
June 8, 2003diagramless36ANonpermanent workerJoe DiPietro
December 22, 2002diagramless22AFill-in workerMichael Shteyman

42 results for TEMP from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Sunday, March 15, 1992124AOffice subJane S. FlowerreeMaleska
Tuesday, September 10, 19911DF. or C.Fred TooleMaleska
Thursday, August 1, 19912DPer diem steno, e.g.Eli WesoffMaleska
Monday, April 11, 198829DWhat an R.N. takesElaine GeorgeMaleska
Monday, September 14, 198734ADay worker, for shortChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Sunday, May 13, 198439AF or C readingRichard SilvestriMaleska
Wednesday, April 20, 19831AWeather stat.AnsteyMaleska
Thursday, October 14, 198263DWhat an R.N. might takeJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sunday, January 27, 1980128DWeatherman's abbr.Bert BeamanMaleska
Saturday, December 15, 19793DWeather forecast abbr.Jean J. DavisonMaleska
Monday, July 9, 197962ATherm. readingAlfio MicciMaleska
Tuesday, March 13, 19793DThermometer reading: Abbr.Jean J. DavisonMaleska
Monday, July 14, 197517AWeather-ear abbr.James A. BrusselWeng
Friday, October 11, 19741DWeather abbreviationBert H. KruseWeng
Monday, March 27, 197265AWeather-ear abbr.UnknownWeng
Monday, February 22, 197138AWeather abbr.UnknownWeng
Sunday, February 14, 197134DWeather-ear abbr.Gladys V. MillerWeng
Monday, October 13, 196959AWeather abbreviation.UnknownWeng
Saturday, July 5, 196924AWeather abbreviation.UnknownWeng
Friday, May 16, 196929DWeather abbreviation.UnknownWeng
Sunday, September 22, 196866DWeather abbreviationWilliam A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Tuesday, May 14, 196870AWeatherman's abbreviation.UnknownFarrar
Friday, April 14, 196753DWeather datum: Abbr.William LutwiniakFarrar
Friday, August 19, 196668APart of THI.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, May 29, 19665A98.6 F.B. A. HeimbinderFarrar
Sunday, November 22, 1964112DWeather abbreviation.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Monday, May 25, 196431DWeather word: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, August 18, 196334DZero, for one: Abbr.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Friday, August 9, 196368APart of THI: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Monday, March 11, 196315AWeatherman's abbreviation.Helen FasuloFarrar
Friday, November 9, 196247AWeather item: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, July 12, 196136APart of the weather report: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Friday, January 20, 196121APart of the weather news: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Friday, May 13, 196012DNot lasting: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 19, 195987DIn the time of: Lat. abbr.Louis RosnerFarrar
Thursday, June 25, 195951DFigure in the weather report: Abbr.Jean ReedFarrar
Thursday, September 11, 195851DWeather item: Abbr.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Wednesday, August 6, 195849AWeather abbreviation.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Friday, February 8, 195718AWeatherman's concern: Abbr.Charles E. GerschFarrar
Wednesday, September 8, 195454DWeather item: Abbr.George HendersonFarrar
Wednesday, February 24, 195430AIt's subject to 6 Down: Abbr.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
Friday, February 9, 195123DThermometer reading: Abbr.Harold T. BersFarrar