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54 results for GASES

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Mon Jul 11, 201662AArgon and xenonFreddie Cheng
Sat Jan 23, 201616ARightmost column of the periodic table, e.g.Kameron Austin Collins
Thu Aug 12, 201068ARightmost column in the periodic tableBarry Boone
Wed Apr 7, 201025DKrypton and othersRichard Silvestri
Fri Oct 20, 20061DExhausts, sayEd Early
Thu Jul 13, 200636AAtmospheric mixManny Nosowsky
Sat Mar 11, 200649DSome cause laughterDavid Quarfoot
Thu Dec 15, 200552DTerrific times, slangilyPatrick Merrell
Mon Dec 12, 200573AXenon and neonAllan E. Parrish
Wed Jul 23, 200332DSome are inert (2)Ed Early
Tue Dec 18, 200138ASome are inert (2)Sarah Keller
Sun Oct 14, 200152DSubject of Avogadro's lawElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Mar 8, 199862DKrypton and xenonRichard Silvestri
Thu Apr 10, 199721AVolcanic elementsDavid J. Kahn
Tue May 7, 199671AFuels (up)K. Hodge
Fri Feb 18, 199447AFiredampsManny Nosowsky

2 results for GASES from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Nov 29, 2009panda3DWhat sages use for heatingMel Taub
Apr 23, 2006diagramless60D"Noble" thingsFred Piscop

36 results for GASES from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Mon Dec 14, 199213DFreon and xenonJeff HerringtonMaleska
Wed Dec 2, 199232D___ up (fills the tank)Peter GordonMaleska
Sun Jul 5, 199288DNeon and xenonWilson McBeathMaleska
Fri May 12, 198922ANeon and freonWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Wed Nov 2, 198850DButane and methaneRita YelleMaleska
Tue Oct 18, 198834AShapeless forms of matterLois SidwayMaleska
Sat Mar 12, 19886AArgon and neon, e.g.William LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Jan 31, 198833ADentists' aids, at timesRobert W. SturgesMaleska
Fri Aug 29, 198634DArgon and neonJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Sun Dec 29, 198550DArgon and neonWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Dec 15, 1985100AShoots the breezeBert H. KruseMaleska
Sun Jul 31, 198313DRange fuelsJim ModneyMaleska
Sun Nov 28, 198268DXenon and kryptonWarren W. ReichMaleska
Sun Jul 26, 1981102AVaporsMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Sun Jun 22, 198041DMethane and butaneVicki & Alex BlackMaleska
Sat Jan 17, 197664A___ up (fills the tank)William LutwiniakWeng
Sun Dec 14, 197557ANeon and oxygenJack LuzzattoWeng
Sun Jan 12, 1975122ATear and laughingJohn WilligWeng
Thu Jan 18, 197322ANeon and othersUnknownWeng
Thu Jul 13, 197236AFills 'er upUnknownWeng
Thu Feb 3, 197260AOxygen and neonUnknownWeng
Sun Apr 13, 196929AMustard, laughing, etc.Peter E. PriceWeng
Wed Apr 3, 196824DFumes.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 10, 196764ACertain elements.David S. HogmerFarrar
Mon May 20, 196352DCertain elements.UnknownFarrar
Mon Nov 5, 196248AArgon, arsine, etc.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 31, 19583DCertain elements.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sun Nov 10, 195757AVapors.Dorothy E. SmithFarrar
Sun Apr 28, 1957100AVapors.Harold T. BersFarrar
Mon Jul 23, 195637AAeriform fluids.Sidney LambertFarrar
Tue Jul 26, 195548DChemists' concerns.Fred C. JaschobFarrar
Fri Mar 20, 195352ALaboratory substances.Albert BlumFarrar
Sun Jan 28, 195147AHydrogen, chlorine, etc.Edward BucklerFarrar
Sun Nov 20, 194943AAirlike fluids.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Dec 28, 194738DMixtures used for fuel.Alice CookFarrar
Sun Jul 13, 1947127APossible future weapons.Harold T. BersFarrar