7 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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|Thursday, July 13, 2017||7A||Like London streets during Dickens's time||Lewis E. Rothlein|
|Sunday, September 1, 2013||99A||Like Victorian streets||John Farmer|
|Sunday, March 27, 2011||58A||Like much of New Orleans's French Quarter||Kevin G. Der|
|Friday, March 7, 2008||44A||Reminiscent of the 1890s||Paula Gamache|
|Thursday, March 24, 2005||23D||Like quaint streets, perhaps||Dan Reichert|
|Thursday, September 7, 1995||47D||Illuminated, as old streets||Rich Norris|
|Sunday, July 2, 1995||85A||Like streets of Victorian London||Alex K. Justin|
7 results for GASLIT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Friday, September 29, 1967||22A||Adjective for the Gay Nineties.||Arthur Schulman||Farrar|
|Sunday, February 5, 1967||54A||Illuminated, old style.||Hume R. Craft||Farrar|
|Sunday, July 30, 1961||71D||Having certain illumination.||Norma Schier||Farrar|
|Monday, September 22, 1958||9D||Illuminated in a certain way.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Thursday, April 30, 1953||22A||Describing a pre-Edison world.||Eugene T. Maleska||Farrar|
|Sunday, May 22, 1949||111D||Illuminated as in the Nineties.||Harold T. Bers||Farrar|
|Sunday, April 26, 1942||18D||Illuminated by a combustible aerifluid.||A. A. Webster||Farrar|