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127 results for ELEMENT

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Tue Oct 10, 201743DThe answer to each clue with an arrowMark MacLachlan
Wed Oct 30, 201351ASomething found on a chemist's tableJoel Fagliano
Sun Mar 24, 201337AOne of over 100 on a tableDan Schoenholz
Sun Dec 5, 201017DHonda model (2)Ben Pall
Wed Apr 14, 20102DGold or silver, but not bronzeJonah Kagan
Fri Apr 10, 200921AElectric device with terminalsManny Nosowsky
Sun Feb 8, 200977AMercury, e.g.Alan Arbesfeld
Sat Feb 9, 200864AFactorShannon Burns
Thu Apr 5, 200738DHonda model (2)Mike Shenk
Sat Dec 17, 200539DNormal habitatPatrick Berry
Sun Aug 28, 2005112DCopper or nickelNancy Nicholson Joline
Sun Jul 18, 2004126AMercury, for oneSeth A. Abel
Thu Jul 25, 20022DIt's found in a tableMichael Shteyman
Wed Oct 11, 20004DNickel, but not dimeGreg Staples
Sat Oct 7, 200036DNatural settingChuck Menning
Sun Jul 4, 199961ASodium or chlorineGreg Staples
Sun Sep 27, 199822AMilieuRandolph Ross
Sat Dec 27, 199716APart of a table?Martin Ashwood-Smith
Tue Jul 15, 199768AEarth, wind or fireFrank Longo
Fri Apr 25, 199763ANickel, e.g.Robert H. Wolfe
Fri Feb 14, 199713DNatural habitat (2)J. R. Conrad
Wed May 29, 199653AIt may be found in a tableR. Norris
Fri Jul 28, 199563AHe or I may represent oneRich Norris
Thu Apr 28, 199443ANatural habitat (2)Randy Sowell

3 results for ELEMENT from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Feb 16, 2014diagramless43AEnd of each of the four longest answers in this puzzle, in classical philosophyFred Piscop
Jul 22, 2012cryptic8DVocally, Fitzgerald signified gold or platinum (7)Richard Silvestri
Sep 28, 2008acrosticZHonda crossover S.U.V.Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon

100 results for ELEMENT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Wed May 12, 199318AFactorBernice GordonMaleska
Sat Aug 8, 199218ANeon, e.g.Eileen LexauMaleska
Fri Jun 26, 199248DIron or tin, e.g.Nancy JolineMaleska
Sat May 9, 199216APlutonium, for oneBernard MerenMaleska
Sun May 19, 199184DNeon is oneRalph G. BeamanMaleska
Fri Aug 10, 19902DIndium or osmiumMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Sat Oct 21, 198913DTin or leadUnknownMaleska
Wed Jun 29, 198816AFire or waterKevin BoyleMaleska
Sun Dec 27, 198726AErbium or terbiumVictoria Black and Alex F. BlackMaleska
Sat Dec 26, 198746DKrypton, for oneJohn GreenmanMaleska
Sat Apr 18, 198742DFactorDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Thu Dec 18, 198610DPeriodic-table itemJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Fri Nov 1, 198513AIron or goldRobert KatzMaleska
Mon Mar 18, 198543DProper sphereTangrediMaleska
Sun Mar 3, 198512DAntimony is oneJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Sat Feb 9, 198519AFactorEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sat Aug 11, 198411DComponentErnst TheimerMaleska
Sun Jul 1, 198430ALead, e.g.Robert H. WolfeMaleska
Fri May 18, 198411DLead or zincEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Thu Mar 22, 198454AEinsteinium, e.g.Rhonda KrausMaleska
Sat Feb 19, 198335DArgon or neonBette Sue CohenMaleska
Sat Jun 19, 198242AFactorWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Apr 11, 198294DNeon is oneStanley GlassMaleska
Sat Dec 12, 198143DNatural habitatJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Sun Apr 5, 198197DGold or silverJohn McCarthy SamsonMaleska
Wed Jun 18, 198020AOne's natural habitatBernice GordonMaleska
Sun Dec 30, 1979151AOsmium or uraniumE.T.M.Maleska
Thu Oct 4, 197945DNeon or silverTap OsbornMaleska
Fri Aug 24, 197917AUranium is oneEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
Wed Nov 15, 19789DYttrium, e.g.Jean ReedMaleska
Thu Apr 20, 197848ATin is oneKathryn RighterMaleska
Sun Apr 2, 197828AKrypton is oneRichard SilvestriMaleska
Tue Dec 20, 197713DGold or silverRuth N. SchultzMaleska
Thu May 5, 197716AGold or silverDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Tue Apr 6, 19765DSubstanceEvelyn BenshoofWeng
Sat Dec 20, 197542DComponentHallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
Fri Jul 12, 197429AOxygen, for oneSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Sat Jan 19, 197442DIron or tin, e.g.Jordan S. LasherWeng
Sat May 19, 19738DIn one's ___UnknownWeng
Fri Apr 6, 197318AConstituentUnknownWeng
Wed Dec 6, 197254AComponentUnknownWeng
Tue Aug 22, 197229ANatural habitatUnknownWeng
Sat Sep 19, 197059ARudimentary principleUnknownWeng
Wed Mar 18, 197031AYttrium, for oneUnknownWeng
Thu Mar 5, 197047ACarbon or boronUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 25, 197010DKrypton, for oneEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Sun Apr 27, 196923AFactorA. J. SantoraWeng
Sun Feb 9, 196965DIn one's ___Jack LuzzattoWeng
Sun Jan 19, 1969143AKrypton, for oneEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Sat Jul 27, 19687DLead, for one.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 1, 196863AFundamental substance.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 12, 196841DArsenic, for one.UnknownFarrar
Tue May 2, 196740AComponent.William LutwiniakFarrar
Sun Feb 26, 196776DComponent.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Mon Jul 11, 196642DNatural environment.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 18, 196649ACerium, for one.UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 2, 19662DFactor.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 5, 196580ABasic part.Diana SessionsFarrar
Thu May 7, 196456AGold, for one.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 15, 196459AFactor.UnknownFarrar
Sun Feb 9, 1964118DMercury, for one.Emanuel BergFarrar
Thu Dec 19, 196331DFactor.Kathryn RighterFarrar
Sun Dec 1, 196358DGold or silver.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Fri Sep 21, 196265AIngredient.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 27, 196225DBasic substance.UnknownFarrar
Thu May 17, 196214DBasic part.Samuel DavisFarrar
Wed Feb 28, 196243DGold or silver.UnknownFarrar
Wed Dec 27, 196116AComponent part.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jul 8, 196163AFitting environment.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 10, 196122DHelium, for one.UnknownFarrar
Wed Aug 10, 196052ABasic part.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 15, 1960109DStrontium, for example.Harold T. BersFarrar
Thu Nov 19, 195916AOxygen, for one.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jun 29, 1958119AFitting environment.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
Sun Jun 22, 195894AKrypton, for example.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jan 26, 195823ANatural environment.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wed Oct 17, 195640DSimple substance.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Sun May 27, 195615DGold.W. E. JonesFarrar
Wed Feb 29, 195649AHydrogen or oxygen.Mel TaubFarrar
Thu Aug 11, 195564ASilicon, for example.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 30, 195558ARhenium or Rhodium.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Jan 23, 1955136ABasic part.Bernice GordonFarrar
Mon Dec 13, 195424DBasic part.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wed Nov 17, 195461AMolybdenum, for instance.Bernice GordonFarrar
Fri Jul 9, 195416AComponent.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 7, 195424AUranium, for instance.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Feb 24, 19548DUranium is one.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
Sat Jun 28, 195243DEnvironment adapted to any person or thing.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jun 18, 195223APlutonium, for instance.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 16, 195186DUranium is one.Charles CrossFarrar
Sun Aug 12, 195156DPart of a mechanism.Harold T. BersFarrar
Mon Jun 4, 195125AOne's natural sphere.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 31, 1950134ASphere.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Fri Sep 22, 195065AUranium is one.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 24, 1949150AOne of the electrodes in a vacuum tube.Alice CookFarrar
Sun Jan 30, 194912DBasic substance.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Aug 22, 194825AActive part of electric iron.Archie KreilingFarrar
Sun Jan 5, 1947150AComponent part.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Apr 16, 1944110DPerson's natural habitat.Bert StoreyFarrar
Sun Aug 23, 194223AComponent.Louis BaronFarrar