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61 results for HAIRS

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

DateGridClueAuthor
25DUnpleasant discoveries in soupMatthew E. Paronto and Jeff Chen
6DShavings, maybeElizabeth C. Gorski
73DQuibblers split themJoe DiPietro
51ASee 23-Across (2)Kristian House
24AThey may be splitPatrick Blindauer
21ACrime scene evidence, oftenFrank Longo
9DSome crime scene evidenceKevin G. Der
12DSee 22-Across (2)Michael J. Doran
22AWith 12-Down, rifle shooter's aidMichael J. Doran
34AEyebrow makeupJames E. Buell
50DThey're found in the brushAlan Arbesfeld
46DThey're sometimes splitLloyd E. Pollet
36AProducers of bangs?Cathy Millhauser
23DComponents of locksStanley Newman

47 results for HAIRS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
26ANarrow marginsBill PolvogtTaub
22AWhat quibblers splitRobert DillmanMaleska
87AWhat quibblers splitWilson McBeathMaleska
45DThey may be splitMary M. MurdochMaleska
7DThey are often splitPeter SwiftMaleska
8DFilamentsFred TooleMaleska
68ATiny marginsAlbert J. KlausMaleska
28DThese are split sometimesWilliam BaxleyMaleska
36AWhat quibblers splitMargaret W. HuskeyMaleska
49AWinning edges, frequentlyEli WesoffMaleska
28DBristlesWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
62DMinute distancesSally CoyleMaleska
22ANarrow marginsLouis SabinMaleska
30DWhat some quibblers splitHassingerMaleska
24ASticklers split theseNancy McCarthyMaleska
33ABristlesN. M. MeyerMaleska
33AThese are missing on a pilgarlicGeorge LaczkoMaleska
56DSplit ___Evelyn B. RosenthalMaleska
57ASink clogging itemsElaine D. SchorrWeng
18ABristlesAnn JenkinsWeng
57ASplit ___George Rose SmithWeng
31DTress elementsUnknownWeng
40ASplit ___ (cavil)UnknownWeng
31DThin marginsUnknownWeng
30AFilamentsUnknownWeng
67DFilamentsKeith BlakeWeng
105ASplit ___John WilligWeng
58ASplit ___.Sidney LambertFarrar
48DPelt components.UnknownFarrar
32DSplit ___.UnknownFarrar
4DLocks.UnknownFarrar
11DWhat pedants split.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
43ASplit ___.UnknownFarrar
65DSplit ___.A. H. Drummond Jr.Farrar
65ASilver threads among the gold.UnknownFarrar
30A129,000 for the average head.Bernice GordonFarrar
18DHead covering.George HendersonFarrar
63AFilaments.Charles E. GerschFarrar
30DMarkers in a bomb sight.UnknownFarrar
21DFine filaments.UnknownFarrar
24AVery small degrees.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
23AEstimate is 120,000 per normal head.UnknownFarrar
67ASmall distances.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
40AFilaments.Louis BaronFarrar
72DFilaments.Eileen St. ClairFarrar
109AWhiskers.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
48DThings figuratively split in drawing fine distinctions.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar