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156 results for LOOM

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Fri May 4, 201863APortendMichael Hawkins
Mon May 15, 201735AWeaving machine (7)Peter Gordon
Thu Oct 6, 201627AThreatenTimothy Polin
Sun Oct 25, 201524DImpend (2)Bill Zais
Tue Dec 30, 201433ABe impendingJeffrey Wechsler
Sat Sep 6, 201429ASeem forthcomingJames Mulhern
Sun Dec 29, 201338DHang (over) (3)Joel Fagliano
Tue Dec 10, 201320AWeaver's apparatus (4)Bill Thompson
Wed Nov 14, 201218DTapestry-making deviceJoe DiPietro
Fri Nov 9, 201258DMachine worked in "Norma Rae"Barry C. Silk
Mon Oct 8, 201240ARugmaking apparatusDave Sarpola
Sat Sep 10, 201150ATower (3)David Quarfoot
Thu Aug 5, 201012DHang over (3)Gary J. Whitehead
Sun May 17, 200945DBe on the horizonOliver Hill
Tue Apr 21, 200923DMachine with a shuttleRonald J. and Nancy J. Byron
Mon Apr 20, 200951DTapestry deviceRandall J. Hartman
Sun Mar 1, 200940AArachne had oneRobert W. Harris
Tue Aug 19, 200855DAppear ominouslyHarriet Clifton
Fri Jul 4, 20082DTower (3)John Underwood
Sat Jun 28, 20084D1785 invention of England's Edmund CartwrightByron Walden
Sun May 20, 200756AHang over (3)Seth A. Abel
Wed Jan 10, 200763AIt has a warpCurtis Yee
Thu Aug 24, 200658APlace for a warp and a heddleGary Steinmehl
Fri Apr 14, 200624DHang over one's head (3)James E. Buell
Thu Dec 1, 200552AImpend (2)Randolph Ross
Sat Aug 20, 20057DIt generates materialPatrick Berry
Mon May 16, 200534DWeaving machine (7)Marc J. Gameroff
Wed Mar 2, 20056DWarp-and-weft machineJames M. Jenista and Dana McLemore
Fri Jun 4, 200424AWool gatherer?Sherry O. Blackard
Wed Mar 3, 200450DWeaving machine (7)Mark Diehl
Mon Oct 27, 200352AWeaving machine (7)Richard Miller
Sun Jun 1, 200335DShuttle site (3)Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Sun Sep 15, 200234AShuttle site (3)Fred Piscop
Sat Sep 7, 20022DPower ___, invention of Edmund Cartwright, ca. 1785Patrick Berry
Fri Aug 9, 200229ATower (3)Martin Ashwood-Smith
Mon Jun 10, 200239AWeaver's apparatus (4)Sherry O. Blackard
Wed May 22, 200214AHang over one's head (3)Sherry O. Blackard
Sun Aug 5, 2001105AApparatus with pedalsPeter Gordon
Tue Oct 3, 200018DHang over one's head (3)Todd McClary
Mon Aug 7, 200054ACome into view (2)Nick Grivas
Wed Jun 14, 200015ACome into view (2)Nancy Salomon and Sherry O. Blackard
Wed Oct 13, 199911DShuttle site (3)David Levinson Wilk
Thu Aug 5, 199934DEdmund Cartwright's power invention, 1785A. J. Santora
Wed May 19, 199924DWeaver’s equipmentElizabeth C. Gorski
Thu Dec 24, 199815AThe art of weavingJim Page
Tue Nov 24, 199810DWeaver's apparatus (4)Jeremy Thomas Paine
Tue Jul 21, 199856AAppear ahead (2)Hugh Davis
Mon Oct 6, 199745AWeaving machine (7)Barbara Campitelli
Sun May 5, 1996115DAppear (2)D. J. Kahn
Tue Apr 2, 199634DWeaving machine (7)G. E. Paul
Mon Jul 31, 199514AWeaver's apparatus (4)Elizabeth Gorski
Mon May 8, 19952DWeaving machine (7)Deborah Trombley
Fri Jun 24, 199442AAppear (2)Mark Diehl
Thu Jun 9, 199453AAppear ahead (2)Charles B. Waffell

1 result for LOOM from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Jul 17, 2005cryptic29AJohn M. Weaver's frame (4)Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

101 results for LOOM from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sun Dec 6, 1992107AMeet one's gaze in a hazeJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Tue Aug 4, 199262AImpendAlfio MicciMaleska
Sat Jul 13, 199156APlace for heddiesJonathan J. TowleMaleska
Sat May 4, 199150AWhere to see a heddleCalista LuminatiMaleska
Fri Jan 11, 199155DAppear indistinctlyErnst TheimerMaleska
Wed Nov 21, 199033DWeaving apparatusMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Sun Sep 2, 1990112ASilas Marner's apparatusFrances HansenMaleska
Sun Aug 5, 1990107AWeaving needBert H. KruseMaleska
Thu Jul 26, 19906DWeft and woof milieuPatterson PeppleMaleska
Sat Apr 7, 199034AAppear in a fogRalph G. BeamanMaleska
Sun Feb 18, 199058AHeddle's placeJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Thu Apr 20, 198944DCome into viewArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
Tue Jan 3, 198937AMachine for weavingShirley SolowayMaleska
Tue Oct 18, 198853AFruit of the ___Lois SidwayMaleska
Thu May 5, 198854AOar shaftWalter CovellMaleska
Mon Nov 23, 19871AWeaving machineAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed Oct 28, 198727DOar partErnie FurtadoMaleska
Sun Jan 11, 198763DImpendDerrick C. NiedermanMaleska
Fri Oct 3, 198657DMeet one's gaze in a hazeLois SidwayMaleska
Tue Apr 1, 198618AWarp and weft localeKenneth HaxtonMaleska
Fri Nov 16, 19842DOar sectionJonesMaleska
Tue Jun 19, 198411DMachine for weavingJohn DreyerMaleska
Mon Jan 23, 198427DAppear on the horizonVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Wed Sep 21, 198314AEmerge, as a menaceFrances HansenMaleska
Sat Aug 20, 198311DThis has heddlesHickmottMaleska
Wed Mar 30, 198327DShaft of an oarJohn GreenmanMaleska
Tue Feb 15, 198327DCome into viewLois SidwayMaleska
Mon Jan 31, 198349AAppear in the gloomSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Jun 5, 198221AArt of weavingGeorge P. SphicasMaleska
Sun May 9, 1982123AFabric makerTap OsbornMaleska
Sun Oct 18, 198193DHeddle's placeLouis BaronMaleska
Mon Sep 21, 198154DWeaver's gearJoy L. WoukMaleska
Tue Sep 8, 198159AWeaving machineChristy RidleyMaleska
Tue Apr 21, 198155ACome into sightJankeMaleska
Tue Dec 9, 198011DDevice for weavingSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Fri Apr 11, 198026DPuritan home fixtureMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
Fri Jul 7, 197820DAppear indistinctlyWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Mon Mar 20, 197816AOar partJoy L. WoukMaleska
Thu Dec 15, 197765AJacquardStephanie SpadacciniMaleska
Tue Jul 26, 197716AMachine for weavingElaine D. SchorrMaleska
Tue Dec 21, 197659DImpendRobyWeng
Tue Mar 30, 197637DImpendDennis ListortWeng
Fri Dec 12, 197527DAppearDennis ListortWeng
Thu Jul 31, 19756DImpendReginald L. JohnsonWeng
Thu Jul 24, 197543AWeaving frameBill ScollonWeng
Sun Jun 15, 197523ACome into viewWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Thu Feb 20, 19752DImpendSara V. TuckermanWeng
Wed Jan 8, 197511DImpendSamuel K. FliegnerWeng
Fri Nov 29, 197411DImpendSophie FiermanWeng
Thu Aug 1, 197433DAppearSara V. TuckermanWeng
Mon Mar 25, 197460AAppear largeHerbert EttensonWeng
Fri Mar 22, 197425DImpendSophie FiermanWeng
Tue Jan 22, 197421DImpendMarie WestWeng
Sun Jan 13, 1974106AImpendEdward J. O'BrienWeng
Fri Jan 4, 197454DCome into viewJordan S. LasherWeng
Wed Nov 8, 197213AImpendUnknownWeng
Tue Apr 4, 197211DAppearUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 2, 1972141DWeaver’s needFrances HansenWeng
Thu Dec 2, 197115AAppearUnknownWeng
Mon Mar 15, 19711ACome into viewUnknownWeng
Wed Feb 10, 197146DPlace for woofUnknownWeng
Thu Jan 14, 197116ACome into viewUnknownWeng
Fri Dec 11, 197059DOar partUnknownWeng
Tue Jan 6, 197035ACome into viewUnknownWeng
Tue Oct 7, 19693DAppear.UnknownWeng
Sun Jun 29, 196945AWeaving frameLewis C. BreakerWeng
Fri Dec 22, 196751ACome into view.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 13, 196666ACome into view.UnknownFarrar
Mon Feb 14, 196611DCome into sight.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 19, 1965121AAppear.Anne FoxFarrar
Sun Jan 10, 1965104DOar part.Will WengFarrar
Fri Dec 27, 196320ATake shape.Michael DubinFarrar
Thu Dec 12, 196361ACome into sight.Bernice GordonFarrar
Tue Sep 17, 19631DCome into sight.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jun 15, 19636DAppear threateningly.UnknownFarrar
Fri Dec 21, 196262DArt of weaving.William F. BulowFarrar
Tue Jun 12, 19622DAppear.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Mon Jan 22, 196245DTake shape.Helen FasuloFarrar
Sun Jan 14, 196240AAppear.Roberta MorseFarrar
Sun Aug 27, 19616DTake shape.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Thu Feb 16, 196167AThe art of weaving.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 13, 196055DArt of weaving.UnknownFarrar
Thu Feb 25, 196029DTake shape.UnknownFarrar
Wed Dec 30, 195917AJacquard's invention.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 19, 195998AOn which Silas Marner worked.Louis RosnerFarrar
Mon Jul 13, 19597DCome into sight.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Sat Aug 2, 195837DTake shape.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
Mon Mar 31, 195843DCome into sight.S. A. KayFarrar
Sat Sep 21, 19573DSymbol of weaver's craft.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 11, 195716ATake shape.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sun Jul 8, 1956104APart of an oar.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Jan 15, 195663APart of an oar between handle and blade.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Mar 11, 195412DArt of weaving.Albert BlumFarrar
Tue Feb 16, 195431DAppear as on the horizon.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Mon Aug 25, 195218DCome into sight.UnknownFarrar
Wed Nov 7, 195137AAppear indistinctly.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jan 20, 195154ADevice used by Penelope.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Oct 12, 1947123AAppear in exaggerated form.Charles CrossFarrar
Sun Aug 31, 1947100DInvention of Edmund Cartwright.Lester KeeneFarrar
Sun May 28, 194436DPart of an oar.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Sep 6, 1942116ABulk huge and shadowy.J. L. WordsworthFarrar