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53 results for MOONS

18 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for MOONS.

DateGridClueAuthor
51DBlue Lucky Charms marshmallowsMark MacLachlan
16AGets cheeky with?Caleb Madison
31DMars's Phobos and DeimosGareth Bain
24DHindsights?Parker Lewis
24DTime periods lasting about 29 1/2 daysRandy Sowell
49AJupiter's Io and CallistoAnthony J. Salvia
4DGazes dreamilyRay Fontenot
26DMars has twoAdam G. Perl
27DIs dreamyDavid Elfman
43APresents with a seat?David Quarfoot
31APeriods of timeMark Elliot Skolsky
51DIo and Ganymede, e.g.Greg Staples
17ACallisto and Europa, to JupiterSherry O. Blackard
46DMany ___ (a long time)Jay Livingston
81AStares absent-mindedlyDavid J. Kahn
27ACallisto and GanymedeHarvey Estes
33DIndian time periodsWayne Robert Williams
40AWord after many or honeyWayne Robert Williams

35 results for MOONS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
28AActs dreamilyRobert H. WolfeMaleska
123AMohawk monthsArnold MossMaleska
132AJupiter's dozenJune A. BoggsMaleska
30DSaturn featuresAveryMaleska
53AIo and PhobosWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
32DSatellitesNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
123AJupiter's XIIAnthony B. CanningMaleska
45DGazes dreamilyArnold MossMaleska
27DIndian time divisionsBert H. KruseWeng
78DDawdlesArthur BennettWeng
69AGazes dreamilyUnknownWeng
103DMonths, to HiawathaWilliam LutwiniakWeng
42AIs pensiveUnknownWeng
111DSatellites.S. LambertFarrar
152ABroods, in a way.Frances HansenFarrar
29ABehaves abstractedly.UnknownFarrar
13DWanders about listlessly.UnknownFarrar
123ACompanions of Jupiter.Kim RichmanFarrar
12DHeavenly bodies.UnknownFarrar
34ASatellites.UnknownFarrar
26DHeavenly bodies.UnknownFarrar
128AMonths, to Hiawatha.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
61AI. G. Y. phenomena.Thomas MeekinFarrar
4DSatellites of Saturn.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
8DJupiter has eleven.Thomas MeekinFarrar
45AJupiter has twelve.UnknownFarrar
55DPlanetary satellites.UnknownFarrar
1DPlanetary satellites.UnknownFarrar
14DSatellites.Ralph AndersonFarrar
51DWanders about dreamily.UnknownFarrar
13DMars has two.UnknownFarrar
73DActs lovesick.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
75DSecondary planets.Archie S. KreilingFarrar
64DMonths.Louis BaronFarrar
69A"Till now some nine ___ wasted."—Othello.Alma TalleyFarrar