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34 results for APRIORI

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

Sun Mar 25, 201812ANot empiricalFinn Vigeland
Sun Jun 18, 201776ABased on theoretical deductionSam Trabucco
Fri Dec 2, 201627DPresumptiveAndrew Kingsley
Thu Mar 10, 201640DBased on deduction rather than experienceEd Sessa
Sat Jan 17, 201515ADeductive (2)Josh Knapp
Sat Sep 30, 200615ADerived by logicPatrick Berry
Thu Jul 13, 200641DKind of reasoningManny Nosowsky
Sat Dec 17, 20053DNonanalytic (2)Patrick Berry
Sat May 10, 20035DDeductive (2)Bob Klahn
Fri Aug 30, 200237AKind of knowledgePatrick Merrell
Fri Dec 7, 20013DNonanalytic (2)Joe DiPietro
Fri Mar 30, 200115AKind of assumptionManny Nosowsky
Sat Jul 11, 199811DLogician's phraseFran and Lou Sabin
Sat Nov 15, 19972DBased on hypothesisFred Piscop

20 results for APRIORI from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Thu Oct 29, 199222ATaken at face valueIrene SmullyanMaleska
Thu Jan 21, 19884DDeductiveEli WesoffMaleska
Mon Oct 13, 198616ADeductiveAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Sun Jul 13, 198626ADeductiveBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
Sun Dec 4, 197745APresumptivelyA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Jun 12, 197733DDeductiveJay ScottMaleska
Sun Sep 23, 197324ADeductiveWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sat Nov 4, 197226APresumptiveUnknownWeng
Sun Dec 20, 196489DPresumptive.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sat Oct 3, 19642DDeductively.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 3, 19642DWithout examination or analysis.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sat Feb 25, 196135DPresumptively.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 27, 195971DDeductive, in logic.Sidney LambertFarrar
Fri Apr 18, 195823DDeductive, in logic.Herman KeldFarrar
Sun Jan 25, 195324APresumptive.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jun 1, 1952113AWithout examination.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Mon Dec 10, 195144AValid independently of observation: Latin phrase.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 10, 195113APresumptive.Edward BucklerFarrar
Sun Apr 23, 19502DPresumptively.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sun Sep 4, 194920APresumptive.William Spaar Jr.Farrar