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RARE is a legal Scrabble word. See a dictionary definition for RARE.

729 total results for RARE   ( score: 50 )

240 results for RARE from Shortz Era puzzles:
Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
Fri Jan 26, 202448ALike holographic Pokémon cardsSarah Sinclair and Rafael Musa
Mon Nov 6, 202360A"Still mooing," as steaks goDesirée Penner and Jeff Sinnock
Sun Jul 2, 2023120ALike heterochromia in eyesRebecca Goldstein and Rafael Musa
Wed Jun 14, 202370ANot well doneJennifer Hoelzer
Thu May 25, 202312DNot well at all?Andrew Kingsley and Garrett Chalfin
Tue Apr 4, 202353AOpposite of well done (4)Andrea Carla Michaels and Christina Iverson
Fri Feb 3, 202345DLike a Buffalo nickelBarbara Lin
Wed Nov 30, 202236ADefinitely not well doneAddison Snell
Wed Sep 21, 202257DLike blue lobstersMatthew Stock
Fri Jul 8, 202242APrized, perhapsKyle Dolan
Sun Jun 12, 202280DValuable to collectorsWill Nediger
Sun Mar 27, 202218DLike a T206 Honus Wagner baseball cardAugust Lee-Kovach
Mon Mar 21, 20221DUncommon (6)John Ewbank and Jeff Chen
Tue Jan 18, 202268AUncommon (6)Kate Schutzengel
Sun Sep 12, 202140DHalf-baked?Alex Rosen
Sat Aug 28, 202153DWord with earth or birdJulian Lim
Mon Aug 2, 20219DHappening once in a blue moonKyra Wilson
Mon May 31, 202135ARed, as a steakMichael Lieberman
Thu May 6, 202113DUnusual (2)Ed Sessa
Thu Feb 18, 202116AHardly to be hadZachary Spitz
Tue Feb 9, 202110DNumismatic classificationColin Ernst
Sun Jan 17, 2021105DLike snow leopards and Siberian tigersTracy Gray and Tom Pepper
Mon Jan 11, 20217DHard to find (4)Martha Kimes
Thu Dec 10, 202037DLike shark attacksJack Murtagh
Thu Nov 12, 202052D"Still mooing" (2)Kristian House
Sun Oct 25, 202040DLike royal flushes (2)Peter A. Collins
Sat Oct 24, 202010DPink or close to itByron Walden
Mon Sep 21, 202024ALike getting a $2 bill in changeDaniel Larsen and The Wave Learning Festival Crossword Class
Tue Aug 18, 202014ALike a blue moonOlivia Mitra Framke
Thu Jun 4, 202047DLike royal flushes (2)Barbara Lin
Wed Mar 18, 202031DLike blue moons (2)Ricky Cruz
Wed Feb 19, 202073AFew and far between (4)Alex Eaton-Salners
Mon Feb 10, 202038DFew and far between (4)Bruce Haight
Sun Nov 10, 201971AUnusual (2)Peter Gordon
Tue Dec 4, 201839ASteakhouse specificationPeter Gordon
Sun Oct 14, 201839DLike albino alligatorsRoss Trudeau
Tue Sep 25, 201843DLike a steak that's "still mooing"Ross Trudeau
Thu Aug 9, 20189DLike signatures of William ShakespearePatrick Merrell
Tue Aug 7, 201826DStill red in the middleAlex Eaton-Salners
Thu Jun 28, 20187DScarce (4)Jeff Chen
Sat Apr 28, 201857DLike $10 gold eagle coinsAndrew Kingsley and John Lieb
Wed Feb 14, 201847DSteak order (9)Mary Lou Guizzo
Tue Dec 19, 201750ALike black sheepAndrew Kingsley
Sat Jul 8, 201716AHard to get hold ofDavid Steinberg
Fri Jun 16, 201744ALike white panthersZhouqin Burnikel
Thu May 4, 201738ALike albinismLoren Muse Smith and Tracy Gray
Fri Mar 24, 201729DLike walk-off touchdownsMichael Hawkins and John Guzzetta
Sun Jan 8, 201722DAtypical (3)Peter Broda and Erik Agard
Fri Dec 9, 201622ALike tritium and tripletsDavid Phillips
Wed Nov 23, 201616ALike N.F.L. games ending in a tieDavid Steinberg
Wed Nov 2, 201612ALike Inverted Jenny postage stampsAndrew Kingsley
Mon Oct 10, 201619ANot medium or well donePatrick Merrell
Wed Sep 28, 201631DLike black rhinosMorton J. Mendelson
Tue Aug 30, 201625DSteak specificationRoland Huget
Sun Aug 28, 201652ALike blue moons (2)Paolo Pasco
Fri Aug 19, 201628A"On the hoof," in diner lingoPaolo Pasco
Sun Jul 3, 201691AStill quite redSamuel A. Donaldson
Sun May 8, 2016111DTag in some dictionary definitionsDavid J. Kahn
Fri Apr 22, 201623AStill red, sayRobyn Weintraub
Tue Feb 2, 201629DLike a 1913 Liberty Head nickelPeter A. Collins
Thu Jan 21, 201658DSteak requestDavid Phillips
Thu Oct 1, 201517ALike triple playsJohn Guzzetta
Sun Aug 23, 201551ALike first editions, oftenJoel Fagliano
Fri Jun 26, 201549DLike years evenly divisible by four that are not leap yearsErin Rhode
Wed Apr 15, 201532AOf interest to a collector, sayJoel Fagliano
Sat Oct 25, 201414ANot well, sayPatrick Blindauer
Sat Jul 26, 20145D___ birdJulian Lim
Sun Jul 13, 201468AAtypical (3)Tom McCoy
Sun May 18, 201450DNumismatist's classification (2)Joe DiPietro
Sun Mar 30, 201476DDescription on many eBay listingsPeter A. Collins
Sun Jan 12, 201419ASteakhouse orderAndrew Chaikin
Wed Oct 9, 201356DLike hurricanes in JanuaryJason Flinn
Tue Sep 3, 201318DNot found in many stamp collections, sayDan Schoenholz
Mon Jul 22, 201357DOpposite of well done (4)Ian Livengood
Sun Jun 30, 201375ALike a sighting of an ivory-billed woodpeckerAlex Vratsanos and Jeff Chen
Tue Apr 16, 201315ALike a day in June, according to LowellPeter Broda
Sun Apr 7, 201314AKind of formMatt Ginsberg
Sun Mar 17, 201375AIn ___ formJ. R. Leopold
Tue Feb 12, 201314A"Bloody" (3)Dan Schoenholz
Fri Jan 4, 201315AThin (2)David J. Kahn
Wed Nov 28, 201255AOne-in-a-million (3)Adam G. Perl
Sun Nov 11, 201216DLike a four-leaf cloverElizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Jul 24, 201233D"Still mooing," as burgers goAndrew Marc Greene
Wed Apr 11, 201242ASeldom seen (10)David Kwong
Wed Feb 15, 201212DLike a blue lobsterPeter A. Collins
Tue Dec 27, 201151DHard to come by (2)John Dunn
Mon Aug 1, 201140DWith 43-Across, yttrium or scandiumJoel Fagliano
Wed Jul 6, 201148AMeat requestPeter Collins
Fri Jun 24, 201129A"Bloody" (3)Milo Beckman
Tue Jun 21, 201161ALike a total solar eclipseKelsey Boes
Tue Feb 15, 201155DBurger order specificationPaula Gamache
Tue Feb 8, 201112ALike no-hittersRobert W. Harris
Mon Dec 27, 201034AStill red, as a steakC. W. Stewart
Mon Nov 22, 201035DOpposite of well done (4)David Poole
Sun Sep 12, 2010107DIn short supplyPaula Gamache
Wed Sep 1, 201058DExceptional (6)Michael Torch
Wed Jun 23, 20101A"Still mooing" (2)Alex Boisvert
Thu Dec 24, 20093DRed insideNancy Salomon
Wed Nov 4, 200914APorterhouse orderRicky Ini Liu
Fri Aug 14, 20092DLike some gasesBarry C. Silk
Tue Jul 14, 200922ALike hen's teeth (4)Donna S. Levin
Tue May 12, 200913DLike proverbial hen's teethWayne and P. K. King
Sat Apr 25, 200934DOf particular interest to a completistBrad Wilber
Mon Apr 20, 200948DOnce-in-a-blue-moon (2)Randall J. Hartman
Wed Apr 1, 200914APink, maybeEd Stein and Paula Gamache
Tue Mar 31, 200918ALike a 1943 copper penny (2)Allan E. Parrish
Thu Nov 13, 200854DLike a Liberty gold coinAllan E. Parrish
Fri Sep 26, 200845AExceptional (6)Barry C. Silk
Thu Sep 18, 200830ABurger orderMike Nothnagel
Thu Aug 28, 200815ABloody, so to speak (3)Sheldon Benardo
Fri Aug 15, 20082DLike a perfect gameBarry C. Silk
Wed Jul 2, 20087DLabel in a bibliophile's catalogDaniel Kantor
Mon Jun 30, 200866AFew and far between (4)Lynn Lempel
Tue May 27, 200850DPink insideAdam G. Perl
Thu Mar 27, 200816ABloody, so to speak (3)Joe Krozel
Fri Feb 29, 200850DPractically unheard-ofPatrick Berry
Wed Oct 31, 200741ARed in the middle (3)Ken Stern
Thu Sep 27, 200720ALike white elephantsPeter Wentz
Wed Sep 5, 200712DFew and far between (4)Richard Silvestri
Tue Jul 17, 200768ABarely cookedNatan Last
Sat Jul 14, 200754DThin (2)Victor Fleming
Tue Jun 26, 200722DRed in the middle (3)Ray Fontenot
Tue Apr 17, 200730DLike an ivory-billed woodpeckerJennifer Nutt
Tue Apr 10, 200738AOnce-in-a-blue-moon (2)Kevan Choset
Wed Feb 21, 200759ANumismatist's classification (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Fri Feb 2, 200736DStill red insideDavid J. Kahn
Thu Jan 25, 200734DPink, sayManny Nosowsky
Tue Dec 19, 200615AUncommon (6)Sarah Keller
Mon Dec 18, 20063DLike one in a millionDonna Levin
Mon Jun 26, 200667ASeldom seen (10)Randy Sowell
Tue Apr 4, 200635AOpposite of well done (4)Robert Dillman
Sun Mar 12, 200651D"Bloody" (3)Daniel C. Bryant
Wed Feb 15, 200616AWith 17-Across, one in a millionByron Walden
Sun Jan 22, 200672AUncommon (6)George Barany and Michael Shteyman
Sun Dec 18, 200511D"For the ___ and radiant maiden": PoeEthan Cooper and Michael Shteyman
Sat Dec 3, 200559A"Suddenly, as ___ things will, it vanished": E. B. BrowningDana Motley
Thu Oct 20, 200561A___ as a blue roseManny Nosowsky
Sun Oct 2, 200580DExceptional (6)Randolph Ross
Wed Sep 28, 200533DLike a white Bengal tigerRandall J. Hartman
Wed Aug 31, 200518DNot turning up muchAlan Arbesfeld
Mon Aug 1, 200553ASeen once in a blue moonKendall Twigg
Sun Jul 24, 2005102DEndangeredFrank Longo
Tue May 17, 200558DPretty pinkSherry O. Blackard
Tue Apr 12, 200556DNearly unique in the worldNancy Salomon
Wed Feb 9, 200531ACoin ratingAlan Arbesfeld
Thu Jan 13, 200541AUnwontedRobert Zimmerman
Wed Dec 1, 200434DCoin classificationRoy Leban
Thu Nov 25, 200415AChoice (2)Nancy Salomon and Earl W. Reed
Fri Oct 1, 200452AReddish pinkBob Peoples
Sun Jul 25, 200421ALike a blue roseBrendan Emmett Quigley
Tue Jul 13, 20042DLike a 52-AcrossKevan Choset
Tue Jul 6, 200457ASeldom seen (10)Matt Skoczen
Sun Jun 13, 2004101DReddish (2)Richard Silvestri
Thu Jun 3, 200441A"___ as a winter swallow": BalzacMike Torch
Tue May 11, 200436DLike a compliant catLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Thu Apr 29, 200427AScatteredSteven Kahn
Mon Feb 16, 200427DLike hen's teeth (4)Charles Barasch
Sun Feb 15, 2004103DCoin gradeDerrick Niederman
Tue Feb 10, 200419AStill pinkSeth A. Abel
Wed Feb 4, 200419ASteak order (9)Roy Leban
Tue Feb 3, 200462DHard to find (4)Joe Bower and Nancy Salomon
Tue Jan 27, 200472AMedium-___Randall J. Hartman
Tue Aug 26, 200345ALike hen's teeth (4)Richard Hughes
Fri Jul 18, 200351DUnusually excellent (2)Sherry O. Blackard
Thu Jul 10, 200359DInfrequent (2)Michael Shteyman
Thu Jul 3, 200337DUncommonly goodCathy Millhauser
Sun Jun 15, 200320AFacing extinctionCathy Millhauser
Fri Apr 25, 200345ALike a 1943 copper penny (2)Randolph Ross
Sun Mar 9, 200314AOf interest to collectors, sayPatrick Berry
Sat Mar 8, 200330DChoice (2)Patrick Berry
Wed Feb 12, 200329AOne-in-a-million (3)Ed Early
Thu Jan 9, 200316ABibliophile's labelDavid J. Kahn
Wed Dec 11, 200232DHard to find (4)Alan Arbesfeld
Thu Jul 4, 200241DSeldom seen (10)Nathaniel Weiss
Sat Jun 22, 200241AReddish (2)Rich Norris
Sun Feb 17, 200258DPinkish (2)Joe DiPietro
Tue Nov 13, 200155DHard to find (4)Nancy Salomon and Bob Peoples
Sun Oct 7, 200117DReddish, perhapsPatrick Berry
Wed Sep 19, 200114DNot commonSteven Dorfman
Mon May 14, 200116APink, as a steak (2)Gregory E. Paul
Fri Mar 2, 200150DExceptional (6)Manny Nosowsky
Sat Dec 30, 200052DHardly seenRich Norris
Mon Nov 13, 200058DSteak order (9)Peter Gordon
Tue Sep 5, 200065A57-Down requestChris Sallade
Thu Aug 31, 200058APinkish (2)Gene Newman
Sun Jul 16, 2000104DLike some coinsDavid J. Kahn
Wed Apr 12, 200044ASteak order (9)Peter Gordon
Wed Jan 12, 200027DLike a no-hitterGreg Staples
Mon Jan 10, 20001ASeldom seen (10)John Greenman
Fri Dec 31, 199910DPinkPeter Gordon
Fri Dec 24, 199956DDictionary notationBrendan Emmett Quigley
Thu Dec 23, 199910DNot well?Joe DiPietro
Wed Jul 28, 199956DUncommon (6)Manny Nosowsky
Mon Mar 8, 199932ASeldom seen (10)Gregory E. Paul
Sun Jan 3, 199947DUnusually excellent (2)Randolph Ross
Mon Dec 28, 19981APinkish, as a steakAdam G. Perl
Sun Nov 1, 199810DBarely doneRobert Malinow
Mon Sep 28, 199857DStamp designationRobert Dillman
Thu Jun 25, 199865ABook classificationStanley B. Whitten
Sun Jun 21, 199815DPink, so to speakJim Page
Sun May 31, 199890DUndone?Cathy Millhauser
Mon May 11, 199815AHard to come by (2)Gregory E. Paul
Mon Feb 9, 199815APink, as a steak (2)Robert Dillman
Mon Feb 2, 199862ALike hen's teeth (4)Gregory E. Paul
Mon Dec 22, 199738DLightly cookedArthur S. Verdesca
Wed Nov 5, 199762ASuperfineA. J. Santora
Mon Oct 13, 199711DScarce (4)Gregory E. Paul
Mon Aug 4, 199763ASeldom seen (10)Gregory E. Paul
Sun Jul 6, 199738DRecherche (2)Robert H. Wolfe
Sun Jun 15, 199739DNot easy to findKaren Hodge
Wed May 7, 199722DScarce (4)Dean Niles
Sat May 3, 199758DOpposite of wellRich Norris
Wed Jan 8, 199763ARoast beef requestJ. D. Leavy
Sun Nov 24, 199688ASteak order (9)M. Jacobson
Sun Aug 25, 199669ARed in the middle (3)R. Silvestri
Sun Jul 14, 199621ASeldom seen (10)J. Schmalzbach
Sun Jul 7, 199659DBloody, so to speak (3)R. H. Wolfe
Tue Jul 2, 199662AExceptional (6)Bette Sue Cohen
Sun Jun 16, 199692AOn the hoof, in lunch counter lingoN. N. Joline
Sat Apr 27, 199613AAlmost redF. Hansen
Mon Jan 15, 199633DScarce (4)Gregory E. Paul
Sun Jan 7, 199626ARecherchéEric Albert
Sun Dec 24, 199543AAntique descriptionFrances Hansen
Wed Dec 20, 199514ASeldom seen (10)Lois Sidway
Sun Dec 10, 1995116ABarbecue orderJim Page
Wed Nov 29, 199546AInfrequent (2)Nancy S. Ross
Mon Sep 18, 199554DSteak order (9)Alan Arbesfeld
Sun Jun 4, 199522DExceptional (6)Bryant White
Sun Apr 9, 199592DOne-in-a- million (3)Cathy Millhauser
Mon Feb 6, 199556DPink, as steakGregory E. Paul
Mon Nov 7, 199458DSteak order (9)Randall J. Hartman
Sat Oct 22, 199410D"So ___" (Jimmy Dorsey hit)Daniel R. Stark
Sat Oct 8, 199431DAtypical (3)Rand H. Burns
Tue Aug 23, 199437AUncommon (6)Peter Gordon
Sun May 1, 1994112ALike praseodymiumPeter Gordon
Sun Apr 3, 199445ASought by bibliomaniacsErnie Furtado
Tue Mar 22, 199432ASeldom seen (10)Stephanie Spadaccini
Tue Mar 15, 199458DSteak order (9)David J. Kahn
Sun Mar 6, 199447ARecherche (2)Frances Hansen
Mon Feb 14, 199448ASteak order (9)Nancy Joline
3 results for RARE from Variety puzzles:
Jan 22, 2023Panda23DLike coming from the rear to winMark Diehl
Sep 21, 2008Diagramless41DSee 38-DownByron Walden
Oct 10, 2004Other15ACard to hum byLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
486 results for RARE from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Wed Aug 11, 199313DSeldom seenEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Mon Aug 2, 199327DHighly unusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Jul 12, 199323AUncommonJames L. BeattyMaleska
Tue May 11, 199311DExcellent, as wineArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
Sun May 9, 1993112AUncommonIrene SmullyanMaleska
Mon Mar 15, 199328DSeldom seenJames L. BeattyMaleska
Sun Mar 14, 19936ASteak styleErnie FurtadoMaleska
Tue Feb 23, 199350AUncommonStanley GlassMaleska
Thu Jan 7, 199315AThin, as airRobert DillmanMaleska
Wed Nov 18, 199240DPoe's adjective for LenoreJames L. BeattyMaleska
Sat Nov 14, 199236DOf special excellenceJames L. BeattyMaleska
Wed Nov 11, 199265ARed on the inside, as a steakNorman S. WizerMaleska
Mon Nov 9, 199216AUnusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Oct 17, 199242ARecherchéJohn GreenmanMaleska
Thu Oct 15, 199255DLike condors or whooping cranesNorma SteinbergMaleska
Wed Oct 14, 199254DUncommonDon GroatMaleska
Tue Oct 13, 199215AExceptionalJames L. BeattyMaleska
Wed Sep 23, 199214AUncommonWalter CovellMaleska
Sun Sep 13, 199299DRecherchéFrances HansenMaleska
Sun Sep 6, 19925ASteak orderAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed Jul 29, 199250DLike an underdone steakBernice GordonMaleska
Mon Jul 27, 199269AUncommonEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
Sun Jul 5, 199273ALike Ben JonsonWilson McBeathMaleska
Tue May 19, 199268AThinBetty JorgensenMaleska
Fri May 1, 19927DKind of earthBert RosenfieldMaleska
Fri Apr 24, 199255DNot well doneCharles E. GerschMaleska
Sun Apr 12, 199210DExcellentAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
Thu Mar 19, 199262ASteak orderMark BlakeburnMaleska
Mon Mar 16, 19923DLightly cookedStanley GlassMaleska
Tue Feb 25, 199227DUncommonPeggy DevlinMaleska
Sun Jan 12, 1992103DExceptionalBarbara SpringerMaleska
Fri Dec 27, 199152DRecherchéRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
Tue Nov 26, 199157DUnusualWilson McBeathMaleska
Sat Nov 23, 199156DHard to findKevin BoyleMaleska
Fri Nov 1, 199123ASteak orderWhitMaleska
Thu Oct 24, 199161AVery unusualEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Thu Sep 19, 199110ALike baby condorsEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wed Jun 26, 199118AScarceEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wed Apr 3, 199153DSingularRichard SilvestriMaleska
Sat Mar 23, 199153DInfrequentKenneth WitteMaleska
Tue Mar 5, 199129DUncommonJeanne WilsonMaleska
Thu Dec 27, 199060DThinAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
Wed Nov 28, 199047ARemarkableWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Fri Oct 26, 199059DChoiceWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Wed Oct 24, 199037AUncommonEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Fri Oct 19, 199061ASteak orderJean M. HuntMaleska
Tue Oct 9, 199016AInfrequentAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Mon Oct 8, 199054DScarceFred TooleMaleska
Sun Sep 30, 199036A"O ___ Ben Jonson!"Nancy Nicholson JolineMaleska
Sat Sep 29, 199011DSteak orderErnst TheimerMaleska
Fri Sep 21, 199015AScarceJack LechnerMaleska
Fri Aug 17, 199060DExceptionalEli WesoffMaleska
Thu Jul 12, 199035DSteak orderWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Mon Mar 12, 199058AInfrequentAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Mon Mar 5, 199051DUnusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Dec 25, 198924DLike Lowell's June dayNancy JolineMaleska
Fri Dec 15, 198954DUncommonJim PageMaleska
Thu Nov 23, 198932DUnderdoneJoy L. WoukMaleska
Mon Oct 2, 19897DDescriptive of Ben JonsonJames R. BurnsMaleska
Wed Sep 27, 198959AThinWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
Tue Aug 1, 198947AChoiceWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
Wed Jul 12, 198915ALike a cold day in JulyJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
Wed May 31, 198913AUnusualBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Apr 30, 198955APrecious, in a wayDonald V. Lee IIMaleska
Sun Apr 9, 198931DUndercookedArnold MossMaleska
Sun Apr 2, 198941ALike whooping cranesTom MixonMaleska
Wed Feb 8, 198962AOrder for roast beefBernice GordonMaleska
Sat Dec 24, 19883DAdjective for ceriumSandra BurlingameMaleska
Mon Dec 12, 198815AScarceAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Sun Dec 11, 198857AUnderdoneMel TaubMaleska
Fri Nov 18, 198815AHard to findMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Thu Oct 27, 198830DOrder to a chefReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
Sat Oct 8, 19886DThin in densityKevin BoyleMaleska
Sat Oct 1, 198851DLike 5 Down, sometimesVirginia ButlerMaleska
Sat Sep 24, 198861ARecherchéBernard MerenMaleska
Tue Sep 20, 198866AScarceBetty JorgensenMaleska
Tue Sep 13, 198819DAlmost uniqueWhittenMaleska
Tue Jun 28, 19888DLike the whooping craneBernard MerenMaleska
Sat Apr 16, 198846DHard to findBetty HinmanMaleska
Sun Apr 3, 1988109DLike certain booksJune A. BoggsMaleska
Thu Dec 24, 198751DUncommonDale O. BurgenerMaleska
Sun Sep 13, 198771DRecherchéJohn DreyerMaleska
Sun Sep 6, 1987108ATenuousWillemain O. CableMaleska
Sun Aug 23, 198719A" ... so ___ as a day in June?"Jim PageMaleska
Sun Jul 5, 198730AScarceBarry L. CohenMaleska
Wed May 27, 198761DBeef orderArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Fri May 8, 198760DSingularJune A. BoggsMaleska
Wed May 6, 19871AUncommonKay SullivanMaleska
Wed Apr 22, 198712DSteak orderMelvin KenworthyMaleska
Sun Mar 8, 198739DDistinctiveWilson McBeathMaleska
Sat Feb 14, 198719AUncommonAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed Feb 4, 198757DLike Ben JonsonTom W. UnderhillMaleska
Tue Jan 27, 198755AHard to findEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sat Dec 6, 198647DUncommonPeter G. SnowMaleska
Sun Nov 2, 1986109DLike a royal flushMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
Fri Aug 15, 198655DEarth or bit precederWalter CovellMaleska
Wed Aug 13, 198657DThinNancy McCarthyMaleska
Mon Jul 28, 198660ASteak orderKenneth WitteMaleska
Thu Jun 12, 198660DExcellentJonesMaleska
Sat May 3, 198616ALike ceriumJonesMaleska
Fri Apr 18, 198631DSingularWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
Fri Feb 28, 198614AKind of earthBert RosenfieldMaleska
Wed Feb 26, 198615ASteak-house orderNorma SteinbergMaleska
Tue Feb 4, 198616AUncommonJudith PerryMaleska
Sun Jan 5, 198621DInfrequentJulian OchrymowychMaleska
Fri Dec 27, 198538AHard to come byBert H. KruseMaleska
Mon Nov 25, 198510DAlmost uniqueFrank GearyMaleska
Sun Nov 17, 19857DSteak orderJoy L. WoukMaleska
Wed Oct 2, 198557DHard to come byJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Sun Sep 22, 1985105ALike Ben JonsonE. T. M.Maleska
Sun Aug 25, 198550ALike ceriumHarold B. CountsMaleska
Fri Jul 26, 198560ASingularPeter SwiftMaleska
Thu Jun 27, 198522DLess than mediumKathryn RighterMaleska
Thu Jun 13, 198528DSteak orderGayle DeanMaleska
Mon Jun 10, 198550AUncommonH. Hastings ReddallMaleska
Mon May 13, 19852DSteak orderJohnsonMaleska
Sat May 4, 198524DSteak orderGayle DeanMaleska
Fri Mar 15, 198554ARecherchéEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Feb 19, 198536ABeef orderGayle DeanMaleska
Wed Jan 16, 19857DChoiceJudson G. TrentMaleska
Sun Jan 13, 1985124ALike some hamburgersJim PageMaleska
Fri Dec 7, 198444AThinJim PageMaleska
Tue Nov 20, 198438DInfrequentLeslieMaleska
Sun Nov 4, 198438DLike ceriumErnst TheimerMaleska
Thu Oct 25, 19842DHard to findWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Mon Sep 17, 198411DHard to findDanielsMaleska
Mon Jul 30, 198412ASteak orderJeanne WilsonMaleska
Sat May 19, 198414ASpecialJohn M. SamsonMaleska
Thu May 10, 198462AChoice for steakMargaret KingmanMaleska
Tue May 8, 198462DScarceChristy RidleyMaleska
Mon Mar 5, 198422DSteakhouse orderBette Sue CohenMaleska
Thu Mar 1, 198449APreciousA. J. SantoraMaleska
Tue Feb 28, 198451DFar from abundantSawikinMaleska
Sat Feb 4, 198464AHard to findWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sat Oct 22, 198358DLike ceriumFrances HansenMaleska
Thu Oct 20, 198335ALike baby condorsLois SidwayMaleska
Tue Aug 16, 198351DUncommonElaine GeorgeMaleska
Sun Jul 24, 198334AUndercookedStanley GlassMaleska
Thu Jul 14, 198311DRecherchéBette Sue CohenMaleska
Fri Jun 24, 198327D"O ___ Ben Jonson!"Kevin WrayMaleska
Sun Jun 12, 1983103DAdjective for ceriumWarren W. ReichMaleska
Fri Jun 10, 198315AUnusualFennessyMaleska
Tue May 31, 198323AScarceJames R. BurnsMaleska
Thu May 19, 198331ASpecialJohn GreenmanMaleska
Thu Mar 10, 198360AAdjective for JonsonBernice GordonMaleska
Mon Feb 21, 198357AUncommonPeter G. SnowMaleska
Wed Nov 10, 198253DSteak orderFred KellerMaleska
Mon Nov 1, 198253DSteakhouse adjectiveJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Sun Oct 24, 198244DSteak orderFrances HansenMaleska
Thu Sep 30, 19826AUncommonElio DesiderioMaleska
Sat Sep 25, 198251DLike snow in TampaEli WesoffMaleska
Wed Sep 15, 198236DSteak orderWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Wed Sep 1, 19822D" ... neither rich nor ___": PopeRonald RabinowitzMaleska
Mon Jul 12, 198258AUnderdoneBette Sue CohenMaleska
Mon May 24, 198226DUnusualBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
Wed May 5, 19823DScarcePeter SwiftMaleska
Wed Mar 17, 198226DLike a day in JuneWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Mon Feb 8, 198263AAdjective for ceriumChristy RidleyMaleska
Sun Oct 11, 198118DExceptionalWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Mon Sep 14, 198115ASteak orderWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Sat Aug 29, 198155D"O ___ Ben Jonson!"John FinchMaleska
Wed Aug 5, 198133AUnderdoneLouis SabinMaleska
Sun Jun 21, 198191ASteak orderBert H. KruseMaleska
Tue Jun 16, 198116AUnusualMaloneyMaleska
Fri Jun 12, 198154DChoiceMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Sun May 31, 198132DSlightly cookedRichard SilvestriMaleska
Mon May 18, 198130DInfrequentJudson G. TrentMaleska
Mon Apr 27, 198115AAdjective for a whooping craneDaniel DeutschMaleska
Mon Mar 23, 198135DThinHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Wed Feb 25, 198129DHard to findWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Mon Jan 5, 198150DLike snow in TampaBairdMaleska
Mon Dec 1, 198061AThinHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sat Nov 29, 198016ALike a 1913 Liberty Head nickelNikki TenfeldeMaleska
Mon Nov 10, 198037DThinHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sat Oct 25, 198016AAn alternative to mediumMermelsteinMaleska
Sun Jul 27, 198088AScarceRichard SilvestriMaleska
Sun Jul 6, 198030DWord for Ben JonsonBert RosenfieldMaleska
Thu Jul 3, 198016ADescribing Ben JonsonNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Sat May 3, 198067ALike a nonesuchRaeMaleska
Sat Mar 29, 198047DRemarkably fineJonesMaleska
Wed Mar 5, 198032DUnusualA. J. SantoraMaleska
Fri Feb 22, 198047AUncommonC. J. AngioMaleska
Mon Feb 18, 198054AExceptionalGrace FabbroniMaleska
Sat Feb 16, 198061ASteak orderRobert KatzMaleska
Tue Feb 12, 198014AUncommonA. J. SantoraMaleska
Fri Feb 8, 198026ALike some coinsEli WesoffMaleska
Tue Jan 8, 198015AHow some like their steakPeter SwiftMaleska
Tue Dec 11, 197938DVery unusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Wed Aug 29, 197912DInfrequentFrank GearyMaleska
Sun Aug 12, 197945AVery unusualJordan S. LasherMaleska
Sun Jul 15, 197918DSteak orderBert H. KruseMaleska
Wed May 2, 197948DKind of treatJohnsonMaleska
Thu Apr 19, 197946ALike a whooping craneWeilMaleska
Sun Apr 15, 197960ALike a day in JuneFrances HansenMaleska
Mon Apr 2, 197968AChoiceJudson G. TrentMaleska
Sun Apr 1, 19796DBeef orderCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Sat Mar 17, 197934DSteak orderHugh McElroyMaleska
Thu Mar 1, 197947DUncommonMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Sun Feb 11, 197998DSingularA. J. SantoraMaleska
Fri Feb 9, 197922AAdjective for ceriumWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun May 14, 1978103ALike a day in JuneFrances HansenMaleska
Tue Apr 25, 197812DCooked slightlyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sun Mar 26, 197839DRecherchéA. J. SantoraMaleska
Wed Mar 8, 197822ALike a June dayJohnsonMaleska
Thu Jan 12, 197868ALike a June day, to LowellRichard SilvestriMaleska
Wed Dec 28, 19772DExceptionalRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
Wed Nov 30, 197740DUnusually excellentLouis BaronMaleska
Wed Nov 16, 197766AAdjective for ceriumJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Mon Nov 7, 197734DLike some birdsJamesMaleska
Wed Aug 24, 197712DUncommonA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sat Aug 6, 19772DAlmost extinctJack LuzzattoMaleska
Tue Jul 12, 197742DLike "a day in June"Grace FabbroniMaleska
Sat May 14, 197750DSpecialAnthony B. CanningMaleska
Sat Apr 16, 19772DCooked slightlySamuel H. BarkanMaleska
Fri Mar 25, 197769AHard to findEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
Fri Mar 18, 197757AHard to findJames A. BrusselMaleska
Mon Jan 24, 197746ASteak orderHenry HookWeng
Wed Jan 12, 19773DWord for JonsonEli WesoffWeng
Sat Jan 1, 197732DOpposite of well-doneEvelyn BenshoofWeng
Sun Dec 5, 197656ASteak orderMaura B. JacobsonWeng
Tue Sep 28, 197671ALike Ben JonsonMel RosenWeng
Sun Sep 12, 197699DFineAnthony B. CanningWeng
Sun Aug 29, 1976110DSteak orderAlfio MicciWeng
Sun Jul 11, 197657AChoiceBarbara GillisWeng
Mon Jun 21, 197614ANot denseReginald L. JohnsonWeng
Sun May 30, 197689AScarceMaria G. RiceWeng
Sun Mar 28, 197698ALike Lowell's June dayRuth N. SchultzWeng
Thu Mar 18, 197613AUnderdonePaul R. BarnesWeng
Thu Mar 11, 197644DHard to findDorothy CannanWeng
Sun Feb 29, 197671DUnusualAlfio MicciWeng
Sat Feb 28, 197656DDistinctiveAnthony B. CanningWeng
Wed Jan 7, 197644DLike some coins or steaksGladys V. MillerWeng
Fri Oct 31, 197563AWord for Ben JonsonSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Tue Sep 16, 197560ADistinctiveAllan BlackmanWeng
Tue Jul 29, 197516AUncommonBert H. KruseWeng
Fri Jul 25, 19751A" ... ___ as a day in June?"Beverly J. SewardWeng
Thu Mar 6, 197550DSteak orderMaura B. JacobsonWeng
Fri Jan 3, 197551DAdmirableRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Wed Dec 11, 197415ALike a day in JuneJim PageWeng
Wed Nov 27, 197430DExcellentDorothea E. ShippWeng
Tue Nov 12, 197455ASingularH. Hastings ReddallWeng
Tue Oct 29, 19741DNot well-doneH. M. KennedyWeng
Mon Oct 28, 19748ALike some gasesVirginia GodwinWeng
Tue Oct 15, 197455AUncommonManny MillerWeng
Mon Jul 15, 197416AExtraordinaryGeraldine Von MaluskiWeng
Mon Jul 1, 197411DThinJames A. BrusselWeng
Sun Jun 9, 197459ALike heliumMel RosenWeng
Fri Dec 28, 197311DUncommonUnknownWeng
Fri Dec 14, 197360DDistinctiveUnknownWeng
Tue Oct 23, 197315AUncommonUnknownWeng
Thu Oct 11, 197324AThinUnknownWeng
Wed Oct 10, 197318ASingularUnknownWeng
Thu Jun 14, 197310AInfrequentUnknownWeng
Tue May 22, 197319AScarceUnknownWeng
Wed Apr 18, 197339DThinUnknownWeng
Mon Apr 16, 197347DUnusualUnknownWeng
Sun Apr 15, 197315DThinHerb RisteenWeng
Mon Feb 19, 197311DSteak orderUnknownWeng
Thu Feb 8, 197343AIncomparableUnknownWeng
Thu Jan 18, 197354DLike some beefUnknownWeng
Thu Jul 20, 197260AExtraordinaryUnknownWeng
Mon Jun 26, 197224ASeldomUnknownWeng
Wed Jun 21, 197251DNot commonplaceUnknownWeng
Sat May 13, 197226DUncommonUnknownWeng
Wed May 10, 197215ADistinctiveUnknownWeng
Wed Apr 26, 197257DThinUnknownWeng
Mon Apr 3, 197214AThinUnknownWeng
Sat Mar 18, 197250DExceptionalUnknownWeng
Sat Feb 12, 197221DThinUnknownWeng
Wed Jan 19, 197248DSteak preferenceUnknownWeng
Wed Jan 12, 197220DUnusualUnknownWeng
Tue Dec 14, 197123ABetween raw and mediumUnknownWeng
Wed Nov 10, 197115AJune day or JonsonUnknownWeng
Mon Oct 4, 197112DSteak orderUnknownWeng
Mon Jul 19, 197127DThinUnknownWeng
Wed Jul 14, 197157DThinUnknownWeng
Sat Jul 3, 197170AUnderdoneUnknownWeng
Tue May 18, 197111DScarceUnknownWeng
Fri May 7, 197155DThinUnknownWeng
Wed Apr 28, 197116ALike a June dayUnknownWeng
Mon Apr 5, 197141DDistinctiveUnknownWeng
Tue Mar 30, 197127DSteak orderUnknownWeng
Fri Mar 26, 19717DUnderdoneUnknownWeng
Fri Mar 12, 197135DInfrequentUnknownWeng
Thu Feb 25, 197130DLightly cookedUnknownWeng
Mon Feb 15, 197113DInfrequentUnknownWeng
Sun Dec 6, 197063DSingularChristine ValenceWeng
Fri Sep 11, 19701DExceptionalUnknownWeng
Thu Aug 6, 197017ALike some gasesUnknownWeng
Wed Jul 22, 197013AThinUnknownWeng
Sun Jul 19, 1970146AWord for Ben JonsonHume R. CraftWeng
Fri Jul 10, 197021DLike some steaksUnknownWeng
Mon Jun 15, 197018AThin, as gasUnknownWeng
Sun May 24, 1970108AThinThreba JohnsonWeng
Sat May 2, 197019ASteak orderUnknownWeng
Sat Mar 28, 197060AUnderdoneUnknownWeng
Tue Mar 24, 197060AThinUnknownWeng
Wed Mar 11, 197037DThinUnknownWeng
Mon Feb 23, 197014AAdmirableUnknownWeng
Thu Jan 1, 19702DThinUnknownWeng
Sun Dec 14, 196946DKind of bookHume R. CraftWeng
Thu Oct 9, 196919AExtraordinary.UnknownWeng
Thu Sep 4, 196921DHard to find.UnknownWeng
Sun Aug 31, 196965DBen Jonson, for oneThomas W. SchierWeng
Sat Aug 9, 196911DLike whooping cranes.UnknownWeng
Sat Jul 5, 196943ASteak order.UnknownWeng
Fri May 30, 196916ASteak instruction.UnknownWeng
Fri May 9, 196949AHard to find.UnknownWeng
Thu Apr 3, 196961AUntypical.UnknownWeng
Fri Dec 6, 196812DExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Wed Nov 27, 196835DChoice.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 21, 196857DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 23, 196823DUnusual.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 9, 196837AExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Sat Feb 10, 196855DDistinctive.UnknownFarrar
Fri Dec 29, 196731DUncommon.Dorothea BauerFarrar
Tue Nov 7, 196758DExceptional.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 25, 196743DExcellent.Eileen LexauFarrar
Wed Sep 6, 19673DExcellent.Thomas E. DevlinFarrar
Mon Aug 28, 196716AUncommon.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jun 11, 196796AExcellent.Paula BauersmithFarrar
Tue May 23, 196757DUnusually good.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Thu May 18, 196744ANot well-done.Betty LearyFarrar
Sat Apr 29, 196716AExceptional.Louis SabinFarrar
Thu Apr 13, 196723AUncommon.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Tue Feb 21, 196718AExcellent.Louise EarnestFarrar
Fri Jul 29, 196628AType of 15 Across.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jun 12, 196659AAttenuated.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thu May 26, 196625DWay to cook meat.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jan 19, 196640DUncommon.UnknownFarrar
Wed Aug 4, 196560DExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jul 31, 196516DExceptional.Nancy SchusterFarrar
Sat Jun 26, 19657DSeldom seen.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 7, 196560DSteak order.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
Sun Feb 28, 19654DHighly distinctive.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
Tue Jan 19, 19657DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 3, 1965105ADistinctive.Sidney LambertFarrar
Sun Nov 1, 1964135DExcellent.Threba JohnsonFarrar
Wed Oct 21, 196463AExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 20, 196416ADistinctive.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 8, 196427DExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 24, 196438DExcellent.Anne FoxFarrar
Wed Apr 22, 196457AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 20, 196428DValuable to a degree.UnknownFarrar
Thu Apr 16, 196424DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Wed Mar 11, 19643DSubtle.UnknownFarrar
Tue Feb 18, 196416AThin, as air.Roberta MorseFarrar
Tue Feb 4, 196424DInfrequent.Helen FasuloFarrar
Sat Jan 11, 196413DExcellent.Diana R. SessionsFarrar
Fri Dec 20, 196359AExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 3, 196372ALike a June day.Will WengFarrar
Wed Oct 9, 196354DUncommon.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon Aug 26, 196314AWay to cook a steak.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 11, 196396ASteak order.Will WengFarrar
Tue Apr 23, 196324DDistinctive.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 1, 196353DExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Thu Mar 7, 196356AUnusual.Barbara L. GolubFarrar
Mon Feb 18, 19633DExcellent.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Sat Feb 9, 19634DExcellent.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
Wed Feb 6, 196321DDistinctive.James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
Mon Dec 10, 196253DExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 23, 196256DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Tue Aug 7, 196240AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 2, 196236DHard to find.Madeline CorseFarrar
Sun Mar 11, 19628DExcellent.Harry GluckFarrar
Sat Mar 10, 196219DSeldom seen.UnknownFarrar
Tue Feb 6, 196225AExcellent.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Thu Sep 28, 196151AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 28, 196124AHard to find.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 25, 196118AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jun 4, 196126AUnusually great.S. A. KayFarrar
Wed Apr 19, 196115AExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 7, 196141AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 12, 196133AExceptional.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wed Feb 8, 196162AHard to get.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 27, 1960101DExcellent.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Fri Sep 2, 196057AExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Sat Aug 13, 196032DOf thin texture.UnknownFarrar
Mon May 23, 196015AAdmirable.UnknownFarrar
Fri May 13, 196053DFriday the 13th is.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 1, 196058DExceptional.UnknownFarrar
Tue Dec 8, 195941ANot usual.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 25, 195971AUnderdone.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sat Sep 12, 195951AChoice.UnknownFarrar
Sat Sep 5, 195929DUnusual.UnknownFarrar
Fri Aug 28, 195931AExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 16, 195961DExcellent.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Jul 30, 195947AUnusual.UnknownFarrar
Fri Nov 28, 195818DUncommon.Harold T. BersFarrar
Mon Nov 10, 195845AOf thin texture.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Mon Oct 27, 195859AExceptional.Helen FasuloFarrar
Wed Oct 22, 195864ASteak order.Roberta MorseFarrar
Sat Oct 11, 195845AExceptional.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Sep 5, 195854DUnderdone.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sun Aug 17, 1958105DChoice.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sat Apr 5, 195849AHard-to-find.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 30, 1958124DExcellent.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Sat Mar 22, 19587DThin.UnknownFarrar
Sat Feb 22, 195825ASeldom found.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Oct 27, 195772AExcellent.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Mon May 20, 19578DInfrequent.UnknownFarrar
Fri May 17, 195727AUnusually good.Peter L. Tea, Jr.Farrar
Mon May 13, 195710DExceptional.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Apr 12, 195716AUnusual.Maura B. JacobsonFarrar
Thu Feb 28, 195735AEpithet for Ben Jonson.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Sun Jan 27, 19576DExcellent.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Oct 31, 195632DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 30, 19566DThin.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 23, 195681DScarce.Roberta MorseFarrar
Sun Aug 19, 195678ANot quite obsolete.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Jul 22, 1956138ANot well done.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Tue Mar 6, 195616AScarce.Albert BlumFarrar
Fri Feb 3, 195648ANot abounding.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Dec 4, 195568DScarce.Diana SessionsFarrar
Sat Nov 26, 195560DUnusual.UnknownFarrar
Tue Nov 8, 195531AExcellent.Jo BodleFarrar
Tue Oct 18, 195562AUnderdone.UnknownFarrar
Wed Sep 7, 195538ATenuous.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Tue May 31, 19552DExcellent.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
Wed May 11, 195554AUnusually good.John M. HolmesFarrar
Tue Feb 22, 195530DNot dense.Charles GerschFarrar
Wed Feb 9, 195518DLike a blue moon.Mel TaubFarrar
Thu Jan 27, 19553DAdjective for cerium.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Jan 23, 195555DExcellent.Bernice GordonFarrar
Thu Jan 13, 19558DRemarkable.Roberta MorseFarrar
Tue Jan 11, 195514AUnusually good.Thomas J. VarnerFarrar
Tue Dec 14, 195444AAdjective for steak.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Oct 29, 19547DSeldom occurring.S. A. KayFarrar
Fri Aug 13, 195422DUnusual.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sun Jun 27, 195485DExceptional.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jun 20, 195497DOrder of steak.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thu Jun 17, 195446AOut of the common.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Fri Jun 11, 195443DSeldom used.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun May 23, 195474DDistinctive.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Mon May 10, 195432APreference in steak.Albert BlumFarrar
Fri Apr 2, 195453AA day in June, for instance.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Jan 21, 195416AUncommon.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Sep 3, 195351DOf thin texture.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jul 9, 195349AHighly distinguished.S. A. KayFarrar
Fri Feb 6, 195337AUnusual.Diana SessionsFarrar
Sun Feb 1, 195374DAdmirable.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Dec 11, 195228DUncommon.UnknownFarrar
Thu Dec 4, 195224AChoice.UnknownFarrar
Tue Nov 18, 195237DSteak—these days.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 22, 195230DExceptional.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 28, 195258DHighly distinguished.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 18, 1952147AAdmirable.Diana SessionsFarrar
Tue Apr 1, 195211DBriefly cooked.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 9, 1952106DCapital.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Feb 7, 195250DUnderdone.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jan 28, 195255AExcellent.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jan 21, 19522DLowell's "day in June."UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 29, 195148AWorth collecting.UnknownFarrar
Wed Oct 31, 195130AUnusually excellent.UnknownFarrar
Wed Aug 22, 195114AA day in June?UnknownFarrar
Fri Jul 20, 195150ARemarkable.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 5, 195122ALike a day in June.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 11, 1951133DUnusual.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Sun Feb 11, 195187AAdmirable.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jan 28, 19515DThin.Edward BucklerFarrar
Mon Jan 22, 195154DInfrequent.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 14, 195193DAdmirable.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Oct 19, 195019ANot quite obsolete.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 13, 195039AUncommon.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 26, 195037AUnderdone.Alice H. CookFarrar
Sun Nov 13, 194958DUncommon.S. K. FliegnerFarrar
Sun Jul 17, 194928DUnderdone.Elizabeth JacksonFarrar
Sun Jun 5, 19499DUnderdone.George NewkirkFarrar
Sun Jan 16, 194957A"O ___ Ben Johnson."Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun May 18, 194717DLightly broiled.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Feb 2, 194798DSlack-baked.Charles CrossFarrar
Sun Dec 29, 19468DChoice.Harriot CookeFarrar
Sun Aug 11, 1946142AUnique.Louis BaronFarrar
Sun Jul 28, 194624AChoice.A. H. CookFarrar
Sun Nov 4, 194575DUnderdone.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sun Oct 14, 194570DUncommon.Lester KeeneFarrar
Sun Sep 30, 1945103AChoice.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sun Feb 18, 1945109AUncommon.Art SylvesterFarrar
Sun Nov 5, 1944123AUnderdone.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sun Oct 29, 1944111AUnusual.W. W. WebsterFarrar
Sun Jul 23, 194435AInfrequent.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
Sun Jul 16, 194438ASeldom.Harriot T. CookeFarrar
Sun Apr 16, 194464AUnusually excellent.Bert StoreyFarrar
Sun Mar 7, 1943137DChoice.P. Joseph LamannaFarrar
Sun Aug 16, 1942105A"Well-written life is almost as ___ as a well-spent one."—Carlyle.Jack LuzzatoFarrar
Sun Mar 22, 194290A"Success is a ___ paint"—Suckling.Alma TalleyFarrar
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