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78 results for LIETO

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

Sunday, December 31, 201741ADeceive (14)John Lampkin
Friday, December 23, 201619ARemain stationary while facing the wind, in nautical lingoRobyn Weintraub
Monday, February 8, 201628DIntentionally mislead (2)Paolo Pasco
Thursday, June 18, 201524DDelude (2)Jason Flinn
Wednesday, December 17, 201448AIntentionally mislead (2)Stu Ockman
Thursday, November 13, 20147DMore than mislead (2)Tracy Gray
Sunday, July 27, 201479DAlmost stop with the head facing the wind, as a shipRandolph Ross
Saturday, May 24, 20149AGive storiesPeter Wentz
Sunday, March 2, 201461APurposely misinform (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Wednesday, July 17, 201330DBe dishonest with (4)Robyn Weintraub
Sunday, December 16, 201238DDeliberately deludeMatt Ginsberg
Monday, January 23, 201256DBe untruthful withSarah Keller
Wednesday, August 10, 201135ANot just mislead (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Thursday, July 21, 201147DDeceive (14)Michael Sharp
Tuesday, January 4, 201161ABe dishonest with (4)David Hanson
Friday, December 24, 201026DMisinform, maybeJay Kaskel and Daniel Kantor
Thursday, September 23, 201053DMislead, and moreDavid J. Kahn
Wednesday, August 11, 201050DBe dishonest with (4)Edward Sessa
Tuesday, July 28, 200929DMore than deceiveTony Orbach
Monday, February 16, 200952DDeceive (14)David Kwong
Sunday, November 2, 200834ADeceive (14)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sunday, August 3, 200811DDeceive (14)Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
Thursday, July 5, 200721DDeceive (14)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sunday, July 9, 200625DMislead and then somePatrick Berry
Monday, March 6, 200651DDeceive (14)Jack McInturff
Friday, November 18, 200542ABe still, at sea (2)Manny Nosowsky
Friday, November 12, 200455ADelude (2)Brendan Emmett Quigley and Ethan Friedman
Sunday, August 8, 200471DNot just mislead (2)Bill Zais
Wednesday, December 10, 20036DPurposely misinform (2)Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
Monday, August 5, 200218DDeceive (14)Manny Nosowsky
Sunday, December 9, 20018DBe dishonest with (4)Cathy Millhauser
Monday, November 5, 20013DDeceive (14)Jenny Gutbezahl
Wednesday, September 5, 200167AStay stationary with bow to windwardLyell Rodieck
Friday, June 22, 200127DHoodwink, in a wayWilliam I. Johnston
Monday, April 9, 200114AMore than mislead (2)Mel and Peggy Rosen
Wednesday, January 17, 200133DBe still, at sea (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Thursday, June 22, 200027DDeceive (14)Robert B. Baker
Saturday, October 17, 199835ADeceive (14)Bryant White
Monday, December 30, 199659ADeceive (14)C. F. Murray
Sunday, June 23, 199691DStay fairly stationary, as a shipF. Hansen
Sunday, July 23, 199570DDeceive (14)Fran & Lou Sabin
Sunday, May 1, 199460DDeceive (14)Peter Gordon

36 results for LIETO from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Friday, February 16, 199016DBe stationary in the winterPeggy DevlinMaleska
Sunday, September 10, 198954ACommand at seaBert H. KruseMaleska
Monday, April 24, 198950DCommand at seaNorma SteinbergMaleska
Friday, February 27, 198731DKeep a ship stationaryChristy RidleyMaleska
Friday, June 14, 198552DStay stationary, nauticallyFrank GearyMaleska
Sunday, October 2, 198382DRest at anchorRichard SilvestriMaleska
Thursday, December 31, 198127DNautical phraseRobert KatzMaleska
Friday, September 18, 198148DStop the engines at seaRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
Wednesday, October 1, 198026DCommand at seaRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
Thursday, September 18, 198015AGive the ___ (prove to be false)C. J. AngioMaleska
Sunday, March 9, 198083ASkipper's orderBert H. KruseMaleska
Wednesday, April 25, 197927DSkipper's orderRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
Friday, March 16, 197915AStop the engines at seaMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Sunday, November 12, 1978115ASkipper's commandFrances HansenMaleska
Tuesday, June 7, 197746DCommand at seaLouis SabinMaleska
Sunday, September 9, 197378DRemain still, as a shipGladys V. MillerWeng
Saturday, October 16, 19718DStay stationary, at seaUnknownWeng
Sunday, June 13, 1971105ABe stationary, as a shipThomas W. SchierWeng
Thursday, December 31, 197024DRemain stationary, as a shipUnknownWeng
Tuesday, July 14, 197016AHold position, as a shipLouise EarnestWeng
Thursday, November 27, 196943DStay stationary, at sea.UnknownWeng
Saturday, June 29, 196849DRemain stationary, as a ship.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, June 18, 196840ANautical term.UnknownFarrar
Friday, May 3, 196816ANautical term.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, July 6, 196734ANautical term.Evelyn BenshoofFarrar
Sunday, June 20, 196565ANautical term.Sidney LambertFarrar
Sunday, April 4, 196565AStay put, as a ship.Will C. WengFarrar
Tuesday, September 22, 196448DNautical term.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, June 10, 196453DNautical term.UnknownFarrar
Monday, April 13, 196451DNautical term.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, December 19, 196261ANautical termLouis SabinFarrar
Wednesday, October 10, 196262ANautical phrase.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, January 11, 196222AStop, as a ship.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Friday, February 24, 196119DRemain stationary: Naut.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, November 8, 195926ARemain stationary, as a ship.Sidney LambertFarrar
Monday, November 26, 195127DOf a ship, drift with head to windward.UnknownFarrar