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648 results for LIE

245 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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Mon Dec 23, 201949DFalsehood (4)Timothy Polin
Tue Dec 3, 201915APiece of fiction (3)Ed Sessa
Mon Nov 18, 201927DFalsehood (4)Alan Arbesfeld
Thu Oct 31, 20196DWhopper (6)Ezra Brauner and Jeff Chen
Wed Oct 16, 201920AGolfer's concern (11)Peter A. Collins
Fri Oct 4, 201938ASomething fabulousMatthew Sewell
Sun Sep 22, 2019115DMany an alibiTracy Gray
Sat Sep 14, 201921AGolfer's concern (11)Peter A. Collins
Mon Sep 2, 201962DMake up a cover story, sayZhouqin Burnikel
Mon Aug 26, 201951AFalsehood (4)Erik Agard
Thu Aug 1, 20197DConcoctionPatrick Merrell
Mon May 20, 201916AMade-up story (2)Gary Cee
Mon Apr 29, 201955APinocchio's undoingAndrew Kingsley
Sun Apr 7, 201968ABe prone (2)Peter A. Collins
Tue Feb 19, 20198DReclineDavid Alfred Bywaters
Mon Dec 10, 201815AWhopper (but not the Burger King kind)Alex Eylar
Wed Oct 31, 201853DBe horizontalBruce Haight
Fri Oct 26, 20184DThat can't be rightEvan Kalish
Sun Sep 23, 201881AFalsity (2)Andrew Zhou
Mon Sep 3, 201823DIt can be white or boldfacedTrent H. Evans
Sun Aug 12, 201853AFabrication (3)Ross Trudeau
Tue Jul 10, 201859D"This is not the last clue in this puzzle," e.g.Alex Eaton-Salners
Sun Jun 17, 2018111ASomething ratable by number of PinocchiosAmanda Chung, Karl Ni and Erik Agard
Sun Jun 3, 2018119ANot be straight (2)David J. Kahn
Tue May 15, 201818AFib (4)Garry Trudeau and Ross Trudeau
Fri Apr 27, 201841AStand's opposite ... or a bad thing to do on the standDavid Steinberg
Tue Mar 13, 201823ASome do it through their teethCarl Worth
Fri Feb 23, 201829A"No ___ can live forever": Martin Luther King Jr.Trenton Charlson
Sun Jan 21, 201879DBe flat (3)Victor Barocas and Andy Kravis
Mon Nov 6, 201763AFib (4)Max Lauring and Benjamin Lauring
Tue Oct 31, 201715ATell a tall tale (2)Alex Eaton-Salners
Wed Sep 27, 201765ARisk a perjury rapJacob Stulberg
Sun Sep 3, 201759ARemain (2)Andrew Zhou
Thu Aug 31, 201761A"This puzzle is relatively easy," sayZachary Spitz
Sun Jul 2, 201769AWhopper (6)Patrick Blindauer
Sun May 21, 201786DGolfer's concern (11)Randolph Ross
Mon Apr 24, 201712DFib (4)Gary Cee
Fri Apr 21, 201760DGet down, in a wayDamon Gulczynski
Mon Mar 20, 201732A"Bald-faced" thingNeil deGrasse Tyson and Andrea Carla Michaels
Fri Mar 17, 201738DBe idleJacob Stulberg
Thu Mar 9, 201734DBit of fake newsJeremy Newton
Tue Mar 7, 20175DEmulate PinocchioFreddie Cheng
Tue Dec 27, 201661DMore than a fibHerre Schouwerwou
Sun Nov 20, 201638ABit of fiction (2)Ed Sessa
Sat Sep 24, 201657D"I already have other plans," oftenMary Lou Guizzo
Tue Sep 6, 201632DIt's not the truthTimothy Polin
Sun Aug 21, 201682DPolitiFact findingKathy Matheson and Jeff Chen
Thu Aug 18, 201656DBe on the level?Parker Lewis and Jeff Chen
Fri Jun 24, 201647DMisrepresentationPatrick Berry
Mon Jun 6, 201614APrevaricate (8)Mary Lou Guizzo
Sun May 8, 201648DBe prone (2)David J. Kahn
Tue Apr 26, 20167DBit of fiction (2)Finn Vigeland
Sat Apr 16, 201647A"Your table will be ready in five minutes," possiblyAndrew Zhou
Mon Mar 7, 201645ATell a whopper (8)Damon Gulczynski
Fri Feb 12, 201637DCover for someone, sayBrandon Hensley
Wed Feb 10, 201618DIt's not trueJohn Guzzetta
Wed Jan 27, 201618AClub selection factorAdam G. Perl
Fri Jan 1, 201651AStretch out (2)David Steinberg
Thu Dec 31, 201547ATall oneBen Tausig
Mon Sep 28, 201535DFalsehood (4)Dan Bischof and Jeff Chen
Wed Jul 29, 201567DPolygraph detection (2)David J. Lieb
Sun May 31, 201599DFiction (2)Tom McCoy
Mon Mar 9, 201537APolygraph detection (2)Debbie Ellerin
Sun Feb 15, 201516DRough position? (4)Ellen Leuschner and Jeff Chen
Wed Feb 4, 201536APrevaricationJulian Lim
Sun Jan 18, 201532ATell a storyJoe Krozel
Wed Nov 19, 201437DFactor in club selectionJacob Stulberg
Tue Nov 18, 20144DPerjurious statementJacob McDermott
Sun Nov 2, 2014123A"Well, I'd love to keep talking ...," probablyBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Oct 26, 201415DSleep (with)Caleb Emmons
Sun Sep 21, 201439DNot be straight (2)Michael Ashley
Mon Aug 25, 201450A"The dog ate my homework," probably (2)Greg Johnson
Sun Jul 6, 201480DBit of flimflamDaniel C. Bryant
Mon Jun 30, 201424ATell tall tales (3)Ed Sessa
Tue Jun 10, 201425AGolf ball's position (3)Pamela Klawitter
Thu May 1, 20142DFiction (2)Brandon Hensley
Thu Apr 10, 201428DFictionalize?David Steinberg
Sat Jan 4, 201433DMake baloney?Kyle Dolan
Fri Nov 1, 201342AGolf commentator's subjectBrad Wilber
Wed Oct 30, 201358DSay "I do" when you don't?Joel Fagliano
Sun Oct 27, 201341DBe flat (3)Brendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Oct 20, 2013118ABit of jiveElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Aug 11, 201386D"A ___ cannot live": Martin Luther King Jr.Dan Schoenholz
Wed Jul 24, 201366ANot shoot straightErik Wennstrom
Sun Jul 21, 2013107ARough position? (4)Tracy Bennett
Mon Jun 3, 201345ATell a whopper (8)John Lampkin
Wed May 29, 201368AWith "in" and 60-Down, prepare for an ambushGary Cee
Thu Jan 24, 201343ATaleMichael Shteyman
Wed Jan 16, 201343DLinks concernMichael David
Tue Dec 11, 201254D"The check is in the mail," maybe (2)Gene Newman
Fri Dec 7, 201249DSprawl, sayPeter Wentz
Thu Oct 18, 201224ACrooked line?Samuel A. Donaldson
Sun Sep 30, 2012109APotentially slanderous remarkElayne Cantor and Victor Fleming
Mon Sep 17, 201223AWhat "can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes," per Mark TwainAdam G. Perl
Thu Aug 2, 201225DPiece of fiction (3)Xan Vongsathorn
Sun Jul 8, 201267ASee 77-AcrossJoel Fagliano
Sun Jul 1, 2012115D"The dog ate my homework," probably (2)Dan Schoenholz
Sun Apr 15, 201238DInventionKevin G. Der
Tue Apr 10, 201228DGolfer's concern (11)Gregory Philip Butler
Sat Dec 24, 201150APiece of fiction (3)Ned White
Tue Dec 6, 201165AGolfer's concern (11)Steven E. Atwood
Thu Sep 29, 201137AFairy taleBen Fish
Sun Jul 31, 201151APart of a pack?Pamela Klawitter
Sun Jul 24, 201186DSee 102-DownKurt Mueller
Wed Jul 6, 201159DGolfer's concern (11)Peter Collins
Sun May 29, 201115DRewrite history, in a wayJeremy Newton and Tony Orbach
Wed Apr 27, 201123AIt may be part of a packWilliam I. Johnston
Mon Feb 7, 201138DPerjure oneself (2)Lynn Lempel
Thu Jan 20, 201153AFish tale, essentiallyMichael Shteyman
Mon Jan 10, 201136AUntruth (2)James Tuttle
Wed Dec 22, 20108DTaradiddleMichael Sharp
Sat Dec 11, 201031ADoctored accountPaula Gamache
Thu Dec 9, 201026APrevaricate (8)Byron Walden and Caleb Madison
Wed Nov 3, 201029AGolf ball's position (3)Tracy Gray
Tue Jul 6, 201057AFalsity (2)José Chardiet
Tue Jun 29, 201049A"The dog ate my homework," maybePeter A. Collins
Mon May 24, 201034DBig fibBob Johnson
Sun Feb 21, 20106D"I cannot tell a ___"Eric Berlin
Thu Jan 21, 201031AIt's not to be believedElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Jan 10, 201089ATell talesMel Rosen
Sun Dec 13, 2009119DCreative storyMike Shenk
Mon Jul 6, 20098DTell a whopper (8)Fred Piscop
Sat Jun 20, 200961DInterrogator's red-flag raiserBrad Wilber
Mon Jun 15, 200951APerjure oneself (2)John Dunn
Thu Feb 19, 200940AOne may be caught in itKevin G. Der
Thu Jan 8, 200943ABe prostrateJoe DiPietro
Wed Jan 7, 200953ARough position? (4)William Frank Macreery
Sun Oct 12, 200866ASay A is not A, sayRich Norris
Wed Sep 17, 200838AGolfer's concern (11)Edward Safran
Thu Sep 11, 200844AInterrogator's discoveryCaleb Madison
Mon Aug 11, 200863D"This puzzle is really, really hard," e.g.Thomas Heilman
Fri Jul 25, 200858DInvention that's not thought highly ofJohn Farmer
Mon Mar 24, 200860DMade-up story (2)David J. Kahn
Sun Nov 18, 2007101ASay what isn't soPatrick Berry
Wed May 30, 200741ATall taleMike Nothnagel
Tue May 1, 200719AFish story (2)Courtenay Crocker and Nancy Salomon
Mon Mar 19, 200716AWhopper (6)Richard Chisholm
Mon Feb 5, 200712DFail a polygraphJoy C. Frank
Mon Jan 1, 200741AGolf ball position (5)Randy Sowell
Sun Dec 31, 200620ABe a make-up artist?Elizabeth C. Gorski
Thu Dec 14, 200642AGolfer's concern (11)Ed Early
Thu Aug 24, 200623AFish story (2)Gary Steinmehl
Sun Apr 30, 200664AWhopper (6)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Jan 1, 200629ABad testimonyJoe DiPietro
Tue Nov 8, 200559DPractice tact, perhapsGail Grabowski and Nancy Salomon
Thu Sep 29, 200533ASomething bad to be caught inSam Bellotto Jr.
Mon Aug 1, 200562DCommit perjuryKendall Twigg
Sun Jul 24, 200592AStoryFrank Longo
Sun Jul 3, 200529AMake stuff up (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Jun 28, 200510DTell a "story"Jim Hyres
Mon May 2, 200510DTell falsehoodsTyler Hinman
Sun Jan 30, 200554DPrevaricate (8)Derrick Niederman
Sat Jan 22, 200523ALarge amount of fudge?Byron Walden
Tue Dec 14, 200442AFairway positionMartin Schneider
Sun Apr 18, 2004124AWeigh (on)Richard Chisholm
Thu Mar 18, 200423AStretch out (2)Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Wed Feb 25, 200413DWith 20-Across, receive a posthumous honorNancy S. Ross
Sun Feb 22, 200437ARestNancy Nicholson Joline
Sun Nov 9, 2003110ASprawl (2)Patrick Berry
Tue Sep 16, 200362DWhopper (6)Michael Doran
Sat Jul 12, 200346AStretch or stretch outManny Nosowsky
Wed Jun 25, 200338ATell a whopper (8)Leonard Williams
Mon Jun 23, 200359DFib (4)Raymond Hamel
Sun Jun 1, 2003107AWeave a tangled web, sayLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Sun Mar 16, 2003115DFabrication (3)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tue Mar 11, 200359DFanciful storyJanice M. Putney
Sun Mar 9, 200374AOne might get caught in itPatrick Berry
Wed Feb 5, 200330DGet prone (2)Ron O'Hair
Wed Jan 1, 200331DGet prone (2)Ed Early
Sun Dec 8, 2002101DMendacityPeter Gordon
Tue Sep 24, 200240DTruth decay?Sherry O. Blackard
Mon Sep 2, 200246APrevaricate (8)Norma Johnson and Nancy Salomon
Sun Jul 21, 200217DTell it like it isn'tTrip Payne
Mon Jul 1, 200214AMisstatementAllan E. Parrish
Sun Jun 23, 2002118DMore than an exaggerationEric Berlin
Fri Jun 21, 200218ABit of slanderBob Peoples
Tue Apr 2, 200250AMake stuff up (2)Janice M. Putney
Sat Mar 23, 200237DBe positionedAdam Cohen
Tue Mar 12, 200230DTell tall tales (3)Sarah Keller
Fri Mar 8, 200260AIt may be analyzed before a strokeDavid J. Kahn
Sun Feb 10, 200263DMany an excuseHarvey Estes & Nancy Salomon
Mon Nov 26, 200162AUntruth (2)Bette Sue Cohen
Tue Sep 25, 200123ABe less than candidA. J. Santora
Sun Sep 9, 200113DGolfer's concern (11)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Tue Aug 7, 200138DTell a whopper (8)Mark P. Sherwood
Mon Mar 12, 200148AWhopper (6)Gregory E. Paul
Mon Jan 29, 200160DTell tall tales (3)Sarah Keller
Sun Dec 3, 200055AMore than a stretchElizabeth C. Gorski
Mon Oct 30, 200058ABe untrustworthyGregory E. Paul
Sun Oct 22, 200035AImpostureHenry Hook
Sun Jun 4, 200025DSprawl (2)Martin Schneider
Fri May 26, 200034DBe a bad witnessJoe DiPietro
Mon Feb 21, 200038DTell whoppersRandy Sowell
Fri Feb 18, 200051ABe flat? (3)Manny Nosowsky
Mon Feb 14, 200047DPrevaricate (8)Nancy Kavanaugh
Mon Jan 31, 200012D"The dog ate my homework" is a classic onePeter Gordon
Mon Jan 24, 200056DMore than stretch the truthRandall J. Hartman
Sat Oct 2, 199918ARemain (2)Rich Norris
Mon Aug 23, 199912DPrevaricate (8)Nancy Kavanaugh
Thu Aug 12, 199924DBecome prone (2)Robert H. Wolfe
Fri Jul 23, 199957DFabrication (3)Joe DiPietro
Sat Jul 17, 199913DOne of a pack, perhapsRand H. Burns
Thu May 20, 199912DGolf ball position (5)Zack Butler
Mon May 3, 199964DTell a tall tale (2)Nancy Kavanaugh
Sat Mar 13, 199948AInvention, so to speakDavid J. Kahn
Sun Jan 31, 199953DGo flat?Manny Nosowsky
Thu Jan 28, 199958DTrumped-up storyHenry Hook
Thu Jan 14, 199940AStay flatRand H. Burns
Sun Oct 11, 199850DGolf ball position (5)Nancy Salomon, Marjorie Richter and Kelly Clark
Tue Aug 25, 199838D"The check is in the mail," perhapsRandy Sowell
Sun Aug 2, 199827AYou wouldn't want to be caught in oneNancy Nicholson Joline
Mon Jul 6, 199834DGolf positionSheldon Benardo
Sun May 24, 199812D"Fairy tale"Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Sun May 10, 199878ALittle white thing (2)Rich Silvestri
Tue May 5, 199848ATell a whopper (8)Stephanie Spadaccini
Tue Feb 24, 199835AStatement from PinocchioBill Ballard
Thu Sep 11, 199748ARough position? (4)Matt Gaffney
Sun Sep 7, 199729AA small one is white (2)Randolph Ross
Wed May 28, 199764ADeceptionEd Early
Tue Apr 8, 199712D"The check is in the mail," maybe (2)Fred Piscop
Fri Mar 21, 199759DHammarskjold's predecessorShannon Burns
Wed Jan 15, 199757DGolfer's concern (11)C. Currier
Mon Dec 9, 199635APrevaricate (8)F. Piscop
Sun Nov 10, 1996118DOne of a pack?R. Hamel
Mon Jul 1, 199621ATell a whopper (8)S. Spadaccini
Sun Jun 16, 199626AFirst U.N. Secretary General (3)N. N. Joline
Sat Jun 1, 19967DLittle white thing (2)B. Klahn
Tue Mar 5, 199642ACommand to RoverG. E. Paul
Mon Jan 29, 199662DBaldfaced___G. Paul
Thu Jan 4, 199663DGolfer's positionF. & L. Sabin
Sun Oct 22, 199542AFirst U.N. Secretary General (3)Matt Gaffney
Fri Jul 7, 19956DGolf-ball position (5)Wayne Robert Williams
Sun Jun 18, 199559DGeorge Washington no-noRich Norris
Sat Jun 3, 199533DFirst U.N. Secretary General (3)Bob Klahn
Thu May 25, 199544AStretch the truth or stretch outHarvey Estes
Sun Apr 23, 199549AA small one is white (2)Randolph Ross
Wed Apr 12, 199561DGolfer's concern (11)Rich Norris
Mon Dec 26, 199442DTell a whopper (8)Gregory E. Paul
Thu Nov 17, 19942DCanardRich Norris
Mon Oct 10, 19943DPrevaricate (8)Wayne Robert Williams
Mon Jul 18, 199455DGolf-ball position (5)Wayne Robert Williams
Sat Jun 4, 199423DIt's usually white when it's littleManny Nosowsky
Wed May 4, 199416AGolf ball's position (3)Louis Sabin
Wed Mar 23, 19941DBecome prone (2)Cathy Millhauser
Wed Dec 1, 199345ALinks positionTap Osborn

1 result for LIE from Variety puzzles.

May 21, 2017panda10D50, that isMel Taub

402 results for LIE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Sat Oct 9, 199349AEmulate 56 AcrossHessTaub
Thu Sep 2, 199330AFibBill PolvogtMaleska
Fri Aug 27, 199348ATell a whopperManny NosowskyMaleska
Fri May 28, 199337ABe proneCathy MillhauserMaleska
Wed Apr 28, 199323AGolf positionNorman S. WizerMaleska
Mon Apr 12, 199348DPrevaricateBernice GordonMaleska
Mon Feb 8, 199335DFib (3)Jim PageMaleska
Fri Jan 1, 199320DPrevaricateNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Wed Dec 30, 199259ABaron Munchausen whopperMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Thu Dec 3, 199263AFalsifyJim PageMaleska
Fri Oct 16, 199229ASprawlCalista LuminatiMaleska
Tue Aug 11, 199252ARestJean J. DavisonMaleska
Thu Aug 6, 199256DCommit perjuryWalter CovellMaleska
Wed May 13, 199260DPalterRuth MinaryMaleska
Sat Mar 21, 19923DInveracityTimothy S. LewisMaleska
Fri Mar 13, 199257DTwisted taleErnst TheimerMaleska
Thu Nov 21, 199124DGolf ball's positionRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
Wed Nov 20, 199155AKind of detectorWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Fri Jun 21, 199143AGolfer's concernNorma SteinbergMaleska
Sun Jun 2, 199163AFirst U.N. Secretary GeneralTimothy S. LewisMaleska
Thu May 2, 199120APrevaricateJean M. HuntMaleska
Fri Apr 19, 199155DEquivocateRobert H. WolfeMaleska
Wed Apr 10, 199157AFairway positionWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Thu Jan 17, 199152DPrevaricateEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Dec 18, 199023APrevaricateMelvin KenworthyMaleska
Thu Nov 22, 199035AFudge on the factsJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Aug 26, 199065ACommit perjuryNorma SteinbergMaleska
Wed Aug 15, 199055DGolfer's concernBetty JorgensenMaleska
Thu Jun 21, 199045ATrygve of U.N. fameEli WesoffMaleska
Wed Jun 13, 199035DDuffer's concernPatricia A. CevaalMaleska
Mon Mar 26, 199041AFibSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Fri Oct 6, 198945DMendacityMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Sat Jun 24, 19893DReclineBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Jun 11, 198983DTrygve of the U.N.Joy L. WoukMaleska
Wed Feb 15, 198945APrevaricateBernice GordonMaleska
Thu Feb 9, 198950ATrygve of the U.N.Eli WesoffMaleska
Sat Jan 21, 198933AFirst U.N. Secretary GeneralKevin BoyleMaleska
Thu Dec 22, 198830DNose grower for PinocchioBernice GordonMaleska
Sun Dec 11, 198831AFalsifyMel TaubMaleska
Fri Nov 4, 198822ATrygve of U.N. fameIrene SmullyanMaleska
Sun Oct 2, 198847AFirst U.N. Secretary GeneralJudson G. TrentMaleska
Thu Sep 8, 198819DLinks positionLouis SabinMaleska
Tue Jun 21, 198850APrevaricateThomas BohmMaleska
Sat Jun 4, 198838ATrygve of U.N. fameRichard SilvestriMaleska
Thu May 12, 198858DHammarskjöld's predecessorJune A. BoggsMaleska
Tue Apr 19, 198820APalterNancy JolineMaleska
Tue Mar 1, 198865DGolfer's concernMary M. MurdochMaleska
Thu Jan 7, 198824A___ in wait (lurk)Dorothy SmitonickMaleska
Wed Dec 2, 198736APrevaricateHarold B. CountsMaleska
Thu Nov 5, 198742ABe situatedJohnsonMaleska
Sat Jul 11, 198761APalterEdward BobbMaleska
Tue Jun 2, 198723APrevaricateEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Apr 7, 198751AEli anagramElaine GeorgeMaleska
Sun Apr 5, 198712DFairway positionArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Sat Jan 17, 198744ARestLarry GoldhirschMaleska
Sat Jan 10, 198760D"A ___ of the Mind," Shepard dramaNancy JolineMaleska
Sun Dec 7, 1986116DPrevaricateCharlotte ShoreMaleska
Mon Nov 17, 198641DGolf positionSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Tue Oct 28, 19868DLocation of a golfer's ballArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Wed Oct 8, 198647AGolf positionShirley SolowayMaleska
Thu Sep 25, 19867D"Let sleeping dogs ___"Dale O. BurgenerMaleska
Wed Sep 10, 198642ATrygve of the U.N.Peter SwiftMaleska
Tue Jul 29, 198611DKind of detectorVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Sun Jun 29, 198685DFabulizeEdward MarcheseMaleska
Sun Jun 15, 198696APractice deceptionRichard SilvestriMaleska
Fri May 23, 198647AEmulate AnaniasWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
Sun Feb 23, 198667DWhopperLouis BaronMaleska
Sat Oct 26, 198515AGolfer's concernJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
Tue Jul 23, 198543APrevaricateAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Mon Mar 18, 198541AFalsehoodTangrediMaleska
Sat Feb 23, 198542DGeorge's no-noPatterson PeppleMaleska
Sat Feb 2, 198521DReclineJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
Sun Jan 13, 1985107A"Barefaced" thingJim PageMaleska
Thu Sep 6, 198443APalterEli WesoffMaleska
Sat Jul 21, 198459DPrevaricateHickmottMaleska
Wed May 2, 198432APrevaricateWorthingMaleska
Tue Apr 17, 198459DConcern for CrenshawJames R. BurnsMaleska
Wed Mar 21, 198424APrevaricationWillemain O. CableMaleska
Sun Feb 5, 198471AHammarskjöld's predecessorHenry HookMaleska
Sun Jan 8, 198461AFabricationRichard SilvestriMaleska
Sun Nov 27, 198352DGolf positionJack R. Harnes, M.D.Maleska
Wed Nov 9, 198340AA Crenshaw concernEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Jul 24, 198344DFabulizeStanley GlassMaleska
Wed Jul 20, 198321ATaradiddleEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Jul 19, 198322DOne of Ray Floyd's concernsFrank GearyMaleska
Fri May 20, 198329DTrygve of U.N. famePeter SwiftMaleska
Sat Apr 23, 198323AWhopperPeter SwiftMaleska
Tue Mar 1, 198340AInveracityJim PageMaleska
Thu Sep 9, 198221DGolf positionNorman S. WizerMaleska
Wed Aug 18, 19827DReclineWilliam CanineMaleska
Sat May 1, 198253DMemorable Norwegian diplomatTimothy HoyMaleska
Sun Feb 28, 198270AGolf-ball positionBert RosenfieldMaleska
Tue Feb 9, 19828DBe situatedHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Tue Jan 19, 19828DBe situatedHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Mon Oct 19, 198119AGolfer's concernCharles J. MatontiMaleska
Sat Sep 5, 198150AGolfer's concernHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
Sat Aug 8, 198119ATaradiddleWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sat Jun 20, 198122AOne of Tom Watson's concernsDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Wed May 20, 198135DGolfer's concernMarie WestMaleska
Fri Apr 24, 198136ABe couchantNancy McCarthyMaleska
Tue Apr 7, 19814DFirst Secretary General of the U.N.John GreenmanMaleska
Thu Dec 11, 198043APrevaricateRubinMaleska
Sat Nov 15, 198058DTaradiddleWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Wed Oct 8, 198024APrevaricateCarol DuttingMaleska
Sat Aug 23, 198024ATaradiddleWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Thu Aug 21, 198047ATrygve ___William JarvisMaleska
Sun Jul 13, 1980118DGolfer's concernWilliam J. YskampMaleska
Sun May 4, 19805DPalterReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
Thu Feb 21, 198046DFabricateFrank GearyMaleska
Fri Feb 15, 198044DFabulizeLewisMaleska
Sat Jan 19, 198039DTwisted taleVincent L. OsborneMaleska
Fri Dec 21, 19799D"Let sleeping dogs ___"Louise EarnestMaleska
Sat Dec 1, 197923AMunchausen's specialtyDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Wed Nov 21, 197957DU.N. name of fameWilliam JarvisMaleska
Sun Jul 8, 1979102DTaradiddleWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Tue May 15, 197924AReclineJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Sun Apr 1, 1979118ATwisted taleCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Tue Mar 27, 197924ATrygve ___Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
Wed Feb 7, 197966DWhopperC. J. AngioMaleska
Wed Jul 19, 197832DReclineA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sat Apr 29, 197838DPalterMeltzerMaleska
Fri Apr 7, 197810AGolf ball positionJim PageMaleska
Fri Mar 10, 19788DTrygveMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Sun Jan 15, 197854DTaradiddleAlex F. BlackMaleska
Thu Dec 29, 197759DTake a recumbent positionJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Tue Nov 22, 197720ATwist the truthJack LuzzattoMaleska
Fri Sep 30, 197741ATrygve ___Kathryn RighterMaleska
Sun Jun 19, 197788ADeceptionTap OsbornMaleska
Mon May 23, 197760DDeceiveJohn PrytzMaleska
Fri May 13, 197758DReclineA. J. SantoraMaleska
Mon Mar 21, 197733ATarradiddleLouise EarnestMaleska
Fri Mar 11, 197738DTrygve of U.N. fameSophie FiermanMaleska
Fri Jan 21, 197735ATrygve ___F. CoatesWeng
Sun Jan 16, 1977112DPrevaricationJordan S. LasherWeng
Fri Dec 24, 197661ATrygve of U.N.Sophie FiermanWeng
Thu Dec 2, 197666DUntruthPaul R. BarnesWeng
Tue Oct 12, 197625AMistellTap OsbornWeng
Fri Jun 18, 197662D___ in waitAnn JenkinsWeng
Fri May 28, 197661D"Would I ___?"RemleyWeng
Wed May 12, 197657AU.N. secretarySophie FiermanWeng
Fri Apr 16, 197645D___ at anchorDorothy CannanWeng
Wed Apr 14, 197635ANorwegian diplomatBert H. KruseWeng
Mon Apr 12, 19767DEquivocateMartha J. DeWittWeng
Thu Mar 25, 197660AKind of detectorSophie FiermanWeng
Thu Feb 26, 197630DFibDennis ListortWeng
Mon Jan 19, 19767DGolf-ball positionNorton RhoadesWeng
Wed Sep 24, 197535AFabricationWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Tue Aug 26, 197541A___ in ambushJohn PrytzWeng
Sun Jun 15, 1975125DWhopperWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Fri Oct 25, 197443D___ in waitHugh McElroyWeng
Thu Oct 10, 197441AKind of detectorNorton RhoadesWeng
Wed Oct 9, 197439DGolfer’s termS. Courtney IzsakWeng
Wed Sep 4, 197454DEmulate PinocchioJordan S. LasherWeng
Sun Sep 1, 1974104DImpostureGladys V. MillerWeng
Thu Aug 22, 197433ATrygveStephen KahanWeng
Fri Jun 7, 197435AFairway positionMike O'NeillWeng
Sat Jan 26, 197449ATrygveH. Hastings ReddallWeng
Fri Jan 11, 197457DMisinformationEli WesoffWeng
Sun Jan 6, 197493DBe situatedHerb RisteenWeng
Fri Dec 14, 197332AGolfer's concernUnknownWeng
Sun Oct 28, 197362D___ lowDiana SessionsWeng
Tue Oct 23, 197331ATall storyUnknownWeng
Sat Aug 4, 197323D___ lowUnknownWeng
Mon Jul 16, 197361DFormer U. N. nameUnknownWeng
Sat Jul 7, 197348AGolfer’s concernUnknownWeng
Fri Jun 29, 197335A___ lowUnknownWeng
Sat May 5, 197321A___ lowUnknownWeng
Sat Mar 31, 197354DFibUnknownWeng
Thu Feb 22, 197347AFormer U.N. nameUnknownWeng
Sat Feb 10, 197355DTrygveUnknownWeng
Fri Jan 12, 197336AMunchausen utteranceUnknownWeng
Sat Jan 6, 19737DTrygveUnknownWeng
Sat Dec 30, 197251ATrygveUnknownWeng
Fri Nov 3, 197248DGolfer's concernUnknownWeng
Wed Oct 11, 19728DKind of detectorUnknownWeng
Sat May 20, 197225ABe misleadingUnknownWeng
Fri May 5, 197213DU.N. nameUnknownWeng
Mon Apr 24, 19728DTrygveUnknownWeng
Wed Feb 9, 197239AFabulizeUnknownWeng
Mon Feb 7, 197253AMunchausen utteringUnknownWeng
Sun Dec 12, 197158DPalterEdward J. O'BrienWeng
Mon Nov 8, 197153AGive the ___ toUnknownWeng
Wed Sep 1, 197137DGolf situationUnknownWeng
Thu Aug 12, 197140AStay putUnknownWeng
Sun Jul 18, 197136AStretch outAnthony MorseWeng
Wed Jul 7, 197137AU. N. nameUnknownWeng
Wed May 26, 197144DFabricationUnknownWeng
Mon Mar 29, 197146A___ lowUnknownWeng
Sun Mar 28, 197124AGolfer's problemH. Hastings ReddallWeng
Mon Mar 22, 197141APositionUnknownWeng
Sat Nov 28, 197012DName in U.N. loreUnknownWeng
Thu Nov 19, 197022ABe situatedUnknownWeng
Sat Nov 14, 197010DPosition of golf ballUnknownWeng
Wed Aug 26, 197067AFibUnknownWeng
Wed Jan 28, 197057DRestUnknownWeng
Mon Jan 26, 197047DU.N. nameUnknownWeng
Tue Nov 18, 196936AName in U.N. records.UnknownWeng
Wed Nov 12, 196935AWord before down or low.UnknownWeng
Fri Oct 10, 196956DFamed U.N. name.UnknownWeng
Mon Sep 15, 196921DGolfer's concern.UnknownWeng
Fri Jul 25, 196935DGolfer's concern.UnknownWeng
Sat May 10, 196958AFamous Norwegian.UnknownWeng
Fri May 2, 19694DStay at anchor.UnknownWeng
Sun Apr 20, 19694DReclineNancy AtkinsonWeng
Fri Mar 14, 196921AFormer U.N. name.Louise EarnestWeng
Sat Feb 8, 196938D___ low (hide).UnknownWeng
Wed Jan 1, 196954DFormer U.N. name.UnknownFarrar
Sat Dec 28, 196848ARelative of a half-truth.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 20, 196892DDeceptionJack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Sep 29, 1968131DGolf termArnold MossFarrar
Wed Sep 4, 196835AFamous U.N. name.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jun 25, 196862DGolf term.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 13, 196848AFabrication.UnknownFarrar
Fri May 3, 196822DFormer U.N. name.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 28, 1968120DRecline.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Mon Apr 15, 196840AGolfers' term.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 23, 196823AGolf ball position.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jan 5, 196831APrevaricate.UnknownFarrar
Mon Oct 30, 196755DEquivocate.UnknownFarrar
Thu May 11, 196739ALodge.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Tue May 2, 196763DDissemble.William LutwiniakFarrar
Wed Apr 26, 196735DFormer U.N. name.Lois HillisFarrar
Wed Feb 22, 196761AName of U.N. fame.William LutwiniakFarrar
Mon Feb 13, 196756DFabrication.UnknownFarrar
Sun Feb 5, 196791AGolf term.Hume R. CraftFarrar
Fri Jan 6, 19675DEquivocate.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Sun Dec 25, 196618DWhite item.Will WengFarrar
Mon Nov 14, 196646AEquivocate.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 20, 196627DExtend.UnknownFarrar
Sat Sep 24, 19664DLean or press (on).UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 31, 196639DExtend.W. E. JonesFarrar
Fri Apr 29, 196618AExtend.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 6, 196628AGolfer's term.UnknownFarrar
Wed Mar 16, 196639A___ doggo (keep out of sight).UnknownFarrar
Mon Feb 28, 196637DBe situated.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jan 1, 196654AGolfer's concern.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 8, 196559DFormer U. N. name.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 13, 196554AFormer U.N. name.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 28, 196540DFib.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 16, 1965131DBe situated.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sat Feb 6, 196561DMisstatement.UnknownFarrar
Mon Dec 21, 196435AGolf term.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 17, 196411DPosition of a golf ball.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 29, 196455AFormer U.N. name.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 27, 196463DRest.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 5, 196447AOccupy a position.Sidney LambertFarrar
Fri Aug 9, 196320ARest.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 13, 196342AGolf term.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jun 12, 196341AU. N. name.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 5, 196355ATrygve.Paula BauersmithFarrar
Tue Feb 19, 19638DFormer U. N. notable.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Thu Jan 3, 196359DGolf term.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
Sun Sep 9, 196212DStretch out.Sidney LambertFarrar
Wed Jul 11, 196249DMendacity.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 10, 196251ARest.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 13, 1962106AFalsity.Threba JohnsonFarrar
Fri Apr 27, 196222AWhite ___.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Thu Mar 29, 196232DDeception.Ed Vander NootFarrar
Tue Jan 23, 196220ARest.Michael DubinFarrar
Fri Jan 12, 196228A___ detector.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Tue Jan 9, 19629DNorwegian statesman.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sat Dec 16, 196122APosition of a golf ball.UnknownFarrar
Sat Sep 16, 196155ABe mendacious.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 18, 19618DNorwegian statesman.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 11, 196118DBe situated.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 27, 196160DGolfer's concern.UnknownFarrar
Tue Apr 11, 196167DRelative of half-truth.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 2, 1961123ADeception.Sidney LambertFarrar
Sun Feb 19, 196118DBear false witness.LavengroFarrar
Sun Jan 29, 19617DRest.Threba JohnsonFarrar
Sat Jan 21, 196120AExtend.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 4, 196097DExtend.Diana SessionsFarrar
Mon Oct 24, 196057DFormer U. N. parsonage.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 6, 19605DNorwegian statesman.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 18, 196020AEquivocate.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 17, 1960133DOslo notable.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Mon Apr 11, 196055DWhite ___.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 29, 196038AStretch.UnknownFarrar
Mon Feb 8, 196021DHammarskjold’s predecessor.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jan 20, 196046APosition of the ball, in golf.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jan 16, 196010DMendacity.UnknownFarrar
Thu Oct 15, 195929AExtend, as a road.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 30, 1959103DStretch.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Aug 14, 19593DNoted Norwegian.UnknownFarrar
Wed Aug 12, 195946AGolf ball position.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jul 24, 195938DGolfer's concern.George LaczkoFarrar
Mon Jun 1, 19599DNoted Norwegian.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Tue May 19, 195920AStretch out.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thu Mar 26, 195935AFormer U. N. official.Anne GerlachFarrar
Fri Mar 6, 19595DSay black is white.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Mon Dec 8, 195848DFormer U.N. Secretary General.Helen FasuloFarrar
Tue Nov 25, 195861APrevaricate.S. A. KayFarrar
Tue Jul 29, 19586DEquivocate.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Jul 20, 1958103AEquivocate.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sat Jun 21, 19588DPosition of a golf ball.Mary D. WeisserFarrar
Tue May 13, 195841AEquivocate.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 3, 195818DMendacity.W. E. JonesFarrar
Wed Apr 9, 195856DStretch out.UnknownFarrar
Mon Mar 24, 195860DNorwegian statesman.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 22, 195712DWhite ___.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Mon Dec 9, 19573DBe situated.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 8, 19579DPosition of a golf ball.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Fri Dec 6, 195750AWhite ___.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 15, 195757AWhite ___.UnknownFarrar
Wed Sep 4, 195748ADeception.Sidney LambertFarrar
Tue Sep 3, 19578DStretch.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sun Aug 11, 195766AFish story.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Jun 23, 195779ABe situated.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sun Jun 16, 195752ABe situated.C. Hume CraftFarrar
Wed Apr 24, 19577DDag's predecessor.Herbert LyleFarrar
Sun Jan 13, 195725AOslo VIP.Paula BauersmithFarrar
Sun Dec 2, 195678DOslo statesman.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Tue Sep 11, 195625AFormer U. N. official.Elsie BishopFarrar
Sat Sep 8, 195660DExtend.Diana SessionsFarrar
Sun Aug 5, 195626ANorwegian notable.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Thu Aug 2, 195642ADeception.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Tue Jul 24, 195664AMisstatement.Marion MoeserFarrar
Sun Jul 8, 195633AOslo VIP.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Feb 23, 195624AOccupy a certain place.Sidney LambertFarrar
Thu Feb 9, 195661DWhite ___.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thu Feb 2, 195657DLodge.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 29, 195639DGolf situation.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sat Dec 17, 195526ATwist the truth.UnknownFarrar
Thu Dec 8, 195519ANorwegian V. I. P.UnknownFarrar
Wed Nov 30, 195522ABe situated.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 13, 195599AAnanias story.Grace HosterFarrar
Thu Oct 27, 195521AConvey a false impression.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Fri Sep 30, 195528ARelative situation of a golf ball.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 13, 195560AFormer U. N. official.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Jul 28, 195547AFormer V. I. P. in U. N.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sat Jun 4, 195553DNorwegian statesman.Marian MoeserFarrar
Sun May 15, 19553DPosition of a golf ball.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Thu May 12, 195518ARest.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 1, 1955132DOslo notable.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sat Apr 2, 195522AV. I. P. from 56 Down.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Dec 16, 195457AFormer U. N. personality.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Dec 15, 195419DAuthor of "In the Cause of Peace."UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 23, 195432DExtend.Marian MoeserFarrar
Sun Aug 22, 195427AHammarskjold's predecessor.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Thu Aug 19, 195457DFalse action.William F. BulowFarrar
Sat May 1, 195451DThe Big ___.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 12, 19547DNorwegian statesman.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Mon Dec 28, 195352ANorwegian statesman.Marian MoeserFarrar
Sun Oct 18, 1953109DHammarskjold's predecessor.Sam LakeFarrar
Thu Sep 24, 195353DNorwegian statesman.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 23, 195338DDag's predecessor.Charles E. GerschFarrar
Mon May 11, 195322AWhom Dag Hammarskjold succeeds.Edward BucklerFarrar
Fri Mar 13, 195329DNorwegian statesman.George HendersonFarrar
Sat Feb 7, 195362DPosition of a golf ball on the ground.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jan 31, 195320A"The big ___."Israel GitterFarrar
Mon Jan 12, 195361ANorwegian statesman.Louise RabbFarrar
Sun Jan 11, 195333AU. N. name.Albert CarrollFarrar
Wed Sep 3, 195234D"I can't tell a ___."UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 24, 1952107DNorse diplomat.Evelyn SmithFarrar
Sun Aug 3, 19525DNorwegian diplomat.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Tue Jul 29, 195256DU. N. Secretary General.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 26, 195244AFamous name in the U. N.UnknownFarrar
Mon May 19, 195221ATrygve Halvdan ___.UnknownFarrar
Thu Apr 10, 195259D“Truth crushed to earth.”UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 30, 1952102AStatesman from Norway.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Mon Jan 28, 195253AU. N. personality.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 6, 195264DOne of world's key statesmen.Ethel LeStrangeFarrar
Fri Dec 28, 195160DNorwegian statesman.UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 14, 195132AU. N. veteran.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 3, 195135AU. N. spokesman.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 27, 1951137DWhite ___.Louise RabbFarrar
Fri May 25, 195122AThe U. N.'s Trygve.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 20, 1951115AU. N. leader.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Apr 20, 19519DTechnique of the "Big ___."UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 25, 1951127DFalsehood.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Tue Mar 6, 195138AU. N. personality.S. A. KayFarrar
Mon Feb 5, 19517DTop UN-er.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jan 31, 195134DEntrance requirement for the Tall Story Club.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun Jan 14, 195141ARussia opposed his U. N. reappointment.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Wed Dec 27, 195042AA U. N. veteran.UnknownFarrar
Tue Dec 26, 195033DU. N. Secretary General.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 10, 195026AHis U. N. job is extended for three years.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Fri Oct 27, 195052DHe commutes between Oslo and New York.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 13, 195068DPeacemaker from Oslo.UnknownFarrar
Wed Oct 4, 195045DU. N. Secretary General.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Sun Jul 31, 194972DU.N. personage.Max GeistFarrar
Sun May 15, 194974AU. N. official.Eugene MaleskaFarrar
Sun Apr 24, 1949105DU. N. Secretary-General.Hilda E. AllenFarrar
Sun Nov 14, 194898AFish story.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sun Apr 18, 194895D“Children and fools cannot ___.”—John Heywood.Louis BaronFarrar
Sun Mar 7, 194895AU. N. Secretary General.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Jul 6, 19474DTrygve ___.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun May 25, 1947137AWorld Citizen No. 1.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Feb 9, 194733ASecretary General, U. N.Isaac KertFarrar
Sun Dec 29, 1946135DU. N. official.Harriot CookeFarrar
Sun Dec 22, 1946105DSecretary General, U. N.Lester KeeneFarrar
Sun Sep 15, 1946126DRecent traveler through Europe.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Jul 7, 194686ANorwegian U. N. official.Charles CrossFarrar
Sun Mar 17, 19469DSecretary General of UNO.Lewis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Nov 19, 1944140DHitlerian statement.Charles CrossFarrar
Sun Oct 24, 1943126DBe prostrate.Archie KreilingFarrar
Sun Mar 14, 1943135DStretch out.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar
Sun Feb 28, 1943162DD. N. B. report.Bert StoreyFarrar
Sun Jan 31, 194347DBe situated.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Jan 24, 1943127ACreate a wrong impression.J. C. DoesburgFarrar
Sun Oct 18, 194299ADNB report.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sun Jun 28, 194244D"To credit his own ___."—The Tempest.Louis ShieldsFarrar