8 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for IIII.
|Tuesday, November 21, 2017||20D||Rare grandfather clock numeral||Brian Thomas|
|Wednesday, May 6, 2015||47A||Peculiar sundial numeral||Joe Krozel|
|Friday, June 8, 2012||18A||It's 180° from X||Martin Ashwood-Smith|
|Thursday, July 30, 2009||19A||Peer group?||Ashish Vengsarkar|
|Monday, November 13, 2006||57A||4, on a sundial||Peter A. Collins|
|Sunday, June 4, 2006||48D||Sundial hour||Patrick Blindauer|
|Tuesday, February 15, 2005||19D||Late afternoon on a sundial||Gene Newman|
|Monday, November 28, 1994||60D||Four on a sundial||Jonathan Schmalzbach|
11 results for IIII from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, July 28, 1979||11D||Has a look?||William Lutwiniak||Maleska|
|Wednesday, January 5, 1977||37D||Sundial number||H. Hastings Reddall||Weng|
|Friday, November 12, 1976||34A||Sundial number||Hugh McElroy||Weng|
|Wednesday, October 20, 1976||11D||Clock-dial reading||Raymond F. Eisner||Weng|
|Friday, October 8, 1976||20D||Number on a sundial||Stanley A. Kurzban||Weng|
|Monday, November 18, 1968||60A||Four of a kind.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, December 22, 1963||41D||Roman numeral.||Brice Metcalfe||Farrar|
|Monday, April 4, 1960||14A||Four, on a clock dial.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Monday, February 23, 1959||12D||IV.||Herman Keld||Farrar|
|Monday, February 16, 1959||52D||Four.||Edward Canstein||Farrar|
|Friday, July 19, 1957||11D||Four.||W. E. Jones||Farrar|