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31 results for GAUGE

11 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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DateGridClueAuthor
Sat Apr 10, 201051DGet a sense forKevin G. Der
Sat Nov 28, 200955ACriterionKaren M. Tracey
Sun Dec 2, 200767AStandardSeth A. Abel
Mon Sep 27, 200450DMeasuring toolGregory Paul
Tue Apr 13, 200431DRailroad measureBill Ballard
Wed Mar 17, 199959AMeasurerMyles Callum
Sun Nov 22, 19986AAssessNelson Hardy
Sun May 10, 199893DDistance between railsRich Silvestri
Wed Jun 11, 199756DMeter reader's readingRich Norris
Wed Feb 28, 199615DTestF.A. Longo
Tue May 23, 199545DPressure measurerJay Livingston

20 results for GAUGE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sun Feb 10, 1991105AStandardBette Sue CohenMaleska
Sun Dec 16, 199065DYardstickSandy GrafMaleska
Sun Aug 20, 198973DMeasureEdward MarcheseMaleska
Thu Dec 1, 198830DMeasurement for a shotgun barrelJames L. BeattyMaleska
Sun Jun 7, 1987105APressure deviceJohn R. ProsserMaleska
Wed Sep 3, 198021AMeasurement standardPlesingerMaleska
Sun Oct 5, 197561DTire deviceRichard CampWeng
Sun Apr 21, 1974133AShotgun caliberMaura B. JacobsonWeng
Tue May 15, 197346DMeasureUnknownWeng
Sun Jun 9, 196819DMicrometer.S. LambertFarrar
Sun Oct 15, 1967104DAnemometer.Sidney LambertFarrar
Sun May 16, 1965109ABarometer's relative.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Mon May 7, 196228ACriterion.Madeline CorseFarrar
Sun Apr 9, 196110AMeasure.Diana SessionsFarrar
Tue Jul 26, 196054DManometer, for example.UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 26, 195852DDistance between rails.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Mar 7, 1954104DMeasure.Harold T. BersFarrar
Thu Dec 24, 195329DMeasure.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jan 27, 195331DDistance between the rails of a railroad.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 3, 195247DDistance between the rails of a railroad, 4 ft. 8½ in. in U. S.UnknownFarrar