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13 results for DAYTIME

Only one Shortz Era entry found. Click the date to see the answer in context.
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Sat Jun 25, 199455AKind of EmmyManny Nosowsky

12 results for DAYTIME from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Tue Oct 28, 19865DDawn-to-dusk periodArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Wed Sep 3, 19864DDawn-to-dusk hoursEli WesoffMaleska
Mon Dec 10, 19845DPostdawn periodBette Sue CohenMaleska
Fri Mar 14, 19759DSoap-opera slottingSophie FiermanWeng
Sun Oct 21, 197315DKind of televisionA. J. SantoraWeng
Wed Oct 6, 197113APeriod of most activityUnknownWeng
Mon Jan 16, 196724ANine to five, at least.Norton RhoadesFarrar
Mon Mar 21, 196039ASunrise to sunset.UnknownFarrar
Mon Dec 1, 195810DDawn to dusk.Jon PatashusFarrar
Tue Oct 23, 195620ADawn to dusk.Peter L. Tea, Jr.Farrar
Tue Mar 8, 195516AWhen to hear soap operas.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Mar 18, 195327AHours of light.UnknownFarrar