12 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for ELIJAH.
|Saturday, May 11, 2013||17A||Biblical prophet whose name means "Yahweh is my God"||Matt Ginsberg|
|Thursday, March 14, 2013||42D||Wood in Tolkien films||Mike Buckley|
|Sunday, December 2, 2007||1D||He ascended to heaven in a whirlwind, in II Kings||Seth A. Abel|
|Friday, May 28, 2004||58A||Biblical miracle worker||Manny Nosowsky|
|Saturday, April 17, 2004||8D||Wood of Hollywood||Brendan Emmett Quigley|
|Thursday, January 16, 2003||22A||Hebrew prophet (2)||Patrick Merrell|
|Monday, July 1, 2002||1D||Hebrew prophet (2)||Allan E. Parrish|
|Sunday, November 25, 2001||48D||Mount Sinai prophet||Bob Klahn and Harvey Estes|
|Friday, November 3, 2000||30D||Black Muslim leader Muhammad||Joe DiPietro|
|Wednesday, April 8, 1998||49D||Mendelssohn oratorio||Nancy S. Ross|
|Sunday, March 29, 1998||77A||Religious leader ___ Muhammad||Robert H. Wolfe|
|Sunday, June 18, 1995||58A||Prophet in I and II Kings||Rich Norris|
3 results for ELIJAH from Variety puzzles.
|February 7, 2016||acrostic||S||Biblical figure who went up to heaven in a whirlwind||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
|December 2, 2007||diagramless||15D||A place is set for him at a seder||Mike Nothnagel|
|June 1, 2003||acrostic||N||Prophet who was the subject of a Mendelssohn oratorio||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
8 results for ELIJAH from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sunday, August 20, 1989||92D||Chariot-of-fire prophet||Edward Marchese||Maleska|
|Sunday, January 18, 1987||141A||He fought against Baal worship||Bert Rosenfield||Maleska|
|Tuesday, August 24, 1982||45D||Hebrew prophet||Christy Ridley||Maleska|
|Friday, February 6, 1976||42D||Mendelssohn oratorio||Maura B. Jacobson||Weng|
|Sunday, November 26, 1972||83D||Biblical prophet||Christine Valence||Weng|
|Thursday, October 20, 1955||29A||B. C. prophet.||Bernice Gordon||Farrar|
|Saturday, March 13, 1954||48D||Major prophet.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Friday, September 25, 1953||27A||Oratorio by Mendelssohn.||Eugene T. Maleska||Farrar|