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56 Results for ZAG

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Wednesday, July 22, 201561DReverse of a 13-DownPeter A. Collins
Monday, July 20, 201512DZig's opposite (3)John Westwig
Thursday, February 12, 201560DTurn back (3)Jules P. Markey
Sunday, January 11, 201526ABit of evasive maneuveringPeter A. Collins
Monday, August 5, 201359AMake a sharp turn backAlan Arbesfeld
Tuesday, October 16, 201213DTurn back sharplyBill Thompson
Tuesday, September 11, 201227AVeer back in the other directionKenneth Leeser
Friday, April 6, 201260DQuickly turn backMike Nothnagel
Monday, February 27, 201212DZig's opposite (3)Bill Thompson
Monday, February 21, 201134DMove after a zigEd Sessa
Sunday, December 19, 201013DVeer backKevin G. Der
Friday, June 4, 20109DVeerMartin Ashwood-Smith
Sunday, January 24, 201051DVeer quicklyDavid Kwong and Kevan Choset
Saturday, May 30, 200955ATurn sharplyMatt Ginsberg
Monday, April 6, 200911DZig's partnerDustin Foley
Sunday, February 15, 200998ASharp turn backJim Leeds
Tuesday, February 3, 200958DSecond in a series of sharp turnsKatie Yeager
Saturday, October 18, 200849DTurn back (3)Brad Wilber
Tuesday, April 29, 200863ASharp turn (4)Will Nediger
Sunday, February 10, 2008110AGo the other way (2)Bill Zais
Sunday, December 2, 200778DTurn back (3)Seth A. Abel
Wednesday, August 4, 200410DQuick sidestepRaymond Hamel
Wednesday, December 31, 200331AEvasive moveAlan Arbesfeld
Sunday, August 25, 200249DGo the other way (2)Randolph Ross
Tuesday, July 23, 200221DEnd of a two-part moveRandall J. Hartman
Wednesday, January 16, 200224ATurn one wayLinda Bushman
Wednesday, May 9, 20011DVeer suddenly (2)Ethan Cooper
Tuesday, January 18, 200043ACertain turnNancy Salomon
Friday, June 25, 199952ASharp turn (4)Matt Gaffney
Tuesday, January 12, 19994DVeer suddenly (2)Nancy Salomon
Friday, December 25, 19981DSharp turn (4)Ed Pegg Jr.
Thursday, January 22, 199839ASharp turn (4)Patrick Jordan
Monday, August 5, 19964DZig's opposite (3)F. Piscop
Saturday, May 25, 199632DVeer off in a new directionF. Piscop

22 results for ZAG from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Thursday, October 28, 199346DTurn sharplyI. Judah KoolykTaub
Sunday, March 27, 198839AMove in a slalom raceBrett A. BlaylockMaleska
Monday, August 31, 198739DZig followerSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Friday, November 17, 197847AZig's partnerWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Saturday, March 31, 197323DConvoy maneuverUnknownWeng
Thursday, January 25, 197336DJagged lineUnknownWeng
Monday, July 19, 197137ASharp turnUnknownWeng
Tuesday, November 10, 197053DSharp turnUnknownWeng
Sunday, October 12, 196964DZig's partnerRoss L. Jamison Jr.Weng
Saturday, January 25, 196965DSharp turn.UnknownWeng
Sunday, February 4, 196861ASharp turn.Anne FoxFarrar
Sunday, November 27, 196673ASharp turn.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sunday, July 11, 196569ASharp turn.Hume R. CraftFarrar
Friday, May 4, 196256DSharp turn in a course.Louis SabinFarrar
Tuesday, July 19, 196045APart of a jagged line.UnknownFarrar
Friday, August 7, 195945ASee 41 Across.Walter ColtFarrar
Sunday, November 10, 1957130DPart of a jagged line.Dorothy E. SmithFarrar
Sunday, December 2, 195696APart of a jagged line.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Saturday, December 1, 19514DPart of forked lightning.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, October 7, 1951130APart of a jagged line.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wednesday, January 10, 195151APart of a jagged line.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Sunday, October 2, 1949115APart of a jagged line.George W. RootFarrar