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21 results for BOFF

9 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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Thursday, January 24, 20131DSockerooMichael Shteyman
Wednesday, January 12, 201156DBroadway hit, slangilyJim Hilger
Wednesday, July 15, 20091DBig Broadway hitJoon Pahk
Monday, November 5, 200745DHit, as on the nogginJeremy Horwitz
Sunday, March 19, 200659AHit, in Variety slangMichael Shteyman
Saturday, January 24, 200442DLaugh, in showbiz slangMark Diehl
Sunday, December 29, 20027DHit on BroadwayRichard Silvestri
Wednesday, September 9, 19981ATheatrical hit, in slangRichard Hughes
Tuesday, October 24, 19956ABox office hit, slangilyStephanie Spadaccini

12 results for BOFF from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Friday, October 7, 198822DBelly laughTom W. UnderhillMaleska
Monday, August 1, 19881DBelly laughSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Saturday, June 12, 19711ABelly laughUnknownWeng
Saturday, February 8, 19691AGag line.UnknownWeng
Saturday, June 10, 19676ABig laugh, in theatrical slang.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Friday, April 14, 19671AHit, in Broadway slang.William LutwiniakFarrar
Tuesday, March 22, 196050DBox office, in stage lingo.UnknownFarrar
Friday, April 3, 19591ABox office, in Variety lingo.Walt ClarkFarrar
Friday, February 14, 195831DBox office, à la Variety.UnknownFarrar
Friday, July 5, 19571DHearty laugh: Theatrical slang.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Wednesday, December 10, 19521AA big laugh, in "Variety" patois.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, February 13, 19511DBig laugh: Slang.Harold T. BersFarrar