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49 results for ANAGRAM

22 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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Sunday, August 27, 201793DAsked for a desk, sayJeff Chen
Friday, August 19, 20168DOn end, to DonnePaolo Pasco
Thursday, June 16, 201641D*Suite for use?Timothy Polin
Saturday, September 13, 201424DAnemone, to name oneJosh Knapp
Wednesday, September 25, 201338AHated to death, say?Victor Fleming and Bonnie L. Gentry
Friday, June 7, 20132DAntes up for peanuts?Ed Sessa
Wednesday, November 9, 201142DChemical agent for climate changePaula Gamache
Sunday, April 3, 201126ANeo, for oneOliver Hill and Eliza Bagg
Thursday, July 16, 200935ASee 17- and 57-AcrossElizabeth C. Gorski
Saturday, December 8, 20072DCheaters, to teachersBarry C. Silk
Friday, June 17, 200536DTops for potsManny Nosowsky
Monday, July 5, 200410DHorrid glances from Charles Grodin?Patrick Merrell
Tuesday, October 9, 200124D17-Across or 11- or 29-Down, to 61-AcrossPeter Gordon
Saturday, February 10, 200112DTwist of phrase, perhapsRich Norris
Friday, January 5, 200139ASchoolmaster, to the classroomNelson Hardy
Monday, October 23, 200047ATwist of phrase?Nancy Salomon and Marjorie Berg
Thursday, January 14, 199944D8-Down, to Sal MineoRand H. Burns
Thursday, December 31, 199836AWhat each of today's four long answers is vis-à-vis New Year's EveHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Sunday, August 9, 199813ARattles, for 1-AcrossChristopher Hurt
Saturday, March 18, 199537ALive for evil?Manny Nosowsky
Thursday, August 11, 199423DCoasters for Socrates, e.g.Bryant White
Tuesday, March 1, 199437AHint to solving the eight starred cluesD.J. Listort

3 results for ANAGRAM from Variety puzzles.

February 21, 2016acrosticKTurn radio sets to asteroids, e.g.Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
June 3, 2012acrosticABroadcast of bad actors, e.g.Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
December 19, 2004cryptic8AAn old horse-and-sheep mixture (7)Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

24 results for ANAGRAM from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Sunday, September 13, 199264ALogogriphFrances HansenMaleska
Friday, May 11, 199015AWhat canoe is to oceanMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Saturday, January 25, 198615DRelation, to OrientalDaniel GirardiMaleska
Wednesday, December 7, 19839DA logogriphPeter SwiftMaleska
Tuesday, September 23, 198048DWhat Oriental is to relationFrank GearyMaleska
Sunday, October 7, 197987DUnclose is one for counselReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
Thursday, May 25, 19784DWhat "voices rant on" is for "conversation"Hallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Sunday, July 18, 197675ASilent, to listen, e.g.George Rose SmithWeng
Saturday, February 28, 197655APetals, for staple, e.g.Anthony B. CanningWeng
Saturday, March 11, 19727DReorganized wordUnknownWeng
Friday, December 17, 197118APart, as related to trap or raptUnknownWeng
Sunday, June 1, 196950DWord switchJack LuzzattoWeng
Wednesday, January 18, 196715ALogogriph.Kathryn RighterFarrar
Saturday, December 24, 19668AHeart for earth, for one.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, October 19, 196318AWord puzzle.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Wednesday, February 28, 196211DWhat "a ragman" is.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, August 9, 196127AWhat chaser is to search.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, March 1, 196040AWhat "a rag man" is.UnknownFarrar
Friday, April 4, 19587DWord puzzle.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Saturday, October 26, 195726A"Detains" for 5 Down, for example.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, April 18, 1954127AWhat idolatry is to dilatory.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, September 7, 195279ADilatory to idolatry.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, April 6, 195222AA word in any shape or form.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Friday, January 19, 195153A"Flit on, cheering angel" for Florence Nightingale.Alberta BurtonFarrar