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78 results for GOTO

38 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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38DWith 10-Down, turn inAndrew Kingsley
52DAttend (11)Elizabeth A. Long
10DAttend (11)Ian Livengood
41DFirst-choiceJosh Knapp
23AAttend (11)Byron Walden
11AVisitKevin G. Der
55DAttend (11)Steve Riley
33AWith 56-Across, a Monopoly orderEshan Mitra
36DAttend, as a partyPatrick Blindauer and Steve Salitan
24ASignal for a programmer's jumpClive Probert
56DHead for (5)Ian Livengood
66ASeek outAlan Arbesfeld
33DAttend (11)Janet R. Bender
15ACommon command in Basic programmingRichard Chisholm
21A___ guy (one who gets things done)Mike Buckley
65AHead for (5)Richard Chisholm
22AHead for (5)Richard Chisholm
83AAttend (11)David J. Kahn and Steve Kahn
25AReachRandolph Ross
39AAttend (11)Kumar Balani and Lou Sabin
14AStart of a treasure hunt instructionPatrick Merrell
60DHead for (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
5DBasic computer commandJoe DiPietro
8DHead for (5)Tyler Hinman
19AAttend (11)Alan Arbesfeld
50AAttend (11)Jim Hyres
75DAttend (11)Elizabeth C. Gorski
37DDon't skipKaren Hodge
31DAttend (11)Richard Silvestri
38DJail or pot lead-inRichard Hughes
6DComputer commandJim Page
25ABASIC commandMatt Gaffney
50DSunday-meeting linkAlan Jay Weiss
94DComputer programming phrase (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
53D"___Jail" (Monopoly directive) (2)E. Gorski
32A"___jail" (Monopoly directive) (2)N. Steinberg
66AComputer programming phrase (2)Fran & Lou Sabin
48ALead-in for jail or potManny Nosowsky

40 results for GOTO from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

55DComputer programmer's commandRobert KatzMaleska
51D___ pot (deteriorate)Peter SwiftMaleska
36DHead forWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
62A___ extremes (overdo)Jean J. DavisonMaleska
5A"You may all ___ pot": GoldsmithCohenMaleska
63A___ pot (deteriorate)Dorothy SmitonickMaleska
16A"You ___ My Head"Eli WesoffMaleska
86D___ piecesRichard SilvestriMaleska
44A___ pot (deteriorate)C. J. AngioMaleska
60A___ the dogsHerb L. RisteenMaleska
1D"You ___ My Head"MeislerMaleska
54D___ seed (overripen)Arnold MossMaleska
1DHead forWilliam LutwiniakWeng
38A"___ blazes!"William LutwiniakWeng
19A___ potUnknownWeng
22D"___ the ant, thou sluggard . . . "UnknownFarrar
115AIndeed!, old style.S. LambertFarrar
26AHead for.William LutwiniakFarrar
17A___ town.Manny MillerFarrar
39D___ town.H. L. RisteenFarrar
73A___ town.Barbara GolubFarrar
27DHead for.UnknownFarrar
85A___ pieces.Sidney LambertFarrar
53D___ town.UnknownFarrar
49D___ bat for.UnknownFarrar
57A___ town.UnknownFarrar
28A___ the head of the class.Diana SessionsFarrar
112D___ town.W. E. JonesFarrar
5D“___ the ant, thou sluggard.”Thomas MeekinFarrar
12D___ town.Michael DubinFarrar
47A___ pieces (fall apart).UnknownFarrar
37D“___ the ant, thou sluggard.”UnknownFarrar
44A___ press (be printed).UnknownFarrar
6A___ town,Mel TaubFarrar
45A___ town.George LaczkoFarrar
57A___ town.Leonard SussmanFarrar
28D___ town (be very successful): Slang.J. F. KellyFarrar
16AShakespearean "Indeed!"Maura JacobsonFarrar
49D___ town.Martha BrownleeFarrar
1AIndeed!: Archaic expression of disapproval.Herbert EttensonFarrar