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25 results for IDARE

11 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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Sat Apr 21, 201236A"Do ___?" (5)Barry C. Silk
Tue Jan 11, 201122D"Come on, ___ you!"Sharon Delorme
Sun Oct 3, 201030A"___ you!" ("Just try it!")Daniel A. Finan
Tue Jun 24, 200822DStart of a challengeBarry C. Silk
Sun Mar 16, 200817D"Do ___?" (5)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sun May 20, 2007104D"Do ___?" (5)Seth A. Abel
Sun Dec 31, 20064A"Do ___ to eat a peach?": EliotElizabeth C. Gorski
Fri Dec 30, 200550A"Do ___?" (5)David Liben-Nowell
Sun Jun 5, 200528D"Do ___?" (5)Patrick Merrell
Tue Feb 5, 200226D"Do ___?" (words of indecision)Alan J. Weiss
Sun Mar 14, 199926D"Do ___?" (scaredy-cat's query)Martin Schneider

14 results for IDARE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Thu Jan 3, 199111D"Do ___ to eat a peach?": T. S. EliotAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
Sun Jun 18, 1989112D"___ do all . . . ": MacbethLouis BaronMaleska
Sun Jun 21, 198799D"Do ___ to eat a peach?": T.S.E.Louis BaronMaleska
Sun Nov 25, 198460D"___ do all . . . ": MacbethBert RosenfieldMaleska
Mon Mar 23, 198148A"Letting '___ not' wait . . . ": MacbethHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sun Sep 21, 198052D"Fain would I, but ___ not"Louis BaronMaleska
Sun Apr 10, 197723A"Do ___ to eat a peach?": T.S. EliotFrances HansenMaleska
Fri Jun 18, 197154D"Well, ___ say!"UnknownWeng
Wed Aug 13, 196964A___ say.UnknownWeng
Tue Feb 6, 196861A"___ say."UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 27, 19676A"___ say."Cora GoodmanFarrar
Sun May 6, 19623D"___ say."Sidney LambertFarrar
Wed Mar 2, 196014A"___ say."UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 13, 195960A"Letting '___ not' wait upon 'I would' . . . "Jack LuzzattoFarrar