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57 total results for MOONS   ( score: 50 )

22 results for MOONS from Shortz Era puzzles:
Sun Sep 12, 202174DSaturn has more than 80 of themAlex Rosen
Sun Jan 26, 202076AWhat Mercury and Venus lackErik Agard
Tue Aug 20, 201950DDeimos and Phobos, for MarsEvan Kalish
Tue May 21, 201949DJupiter's Ganymede and EuropaEvan Kalish
Tue Oct 10, 201751DBlue Lucky Charms marshmallowsMark MacLachlan
Sun Jul 23, 201716AGets cheeky with?Caleb Madison
Mon Apr 14, 201431DMars's Phobos and DeimosGareth Bain
Thu Aug 11, 201124DHindsights?Parker Lewis
Mon May 10, 201024DTime periods lasting about 29 1/2 daysRandy Sowell
Mon Oct 13, 200849AJupiter's Io and CallistoAnthony J. Salvia
Wed Aug 15, 20074DGazes dreamilyRay Fontenot
Mon Jan 30, 200626DMars has twoAdam G. Perl
Wed Sep 14, 200527DIs dreamyDavid Elfman
Fri Jun 10, 200543APresents with a seat?David Quarfoot
Wed Jul 28, 200431APeriods of timeMark Elliot Skolsky
Thu May 20, 200451DIo and Ganymede, e.g.Greg Staples
Tue Oct 8, 200217ACallisto and Europa, to JupiterSherry O. Blackard
Tue Sep 18, 200146DMany ___ (a long time)Jay Livingston
Sun Oct 19, 199781AStares absent-mindedlyDavid J. Kahn
Fri May 5, 199527ACallisto and GanymedeHarvey Estes
Wed Mar 8, 199533DIndian time periodsWayne Robert Williams
Mon Jul 18, 199440AWord after many or honeyWayne Robert Williams
35 results for MOONS from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Sun Mar 11, 199028AActs dreamilyRobert H. WolfeMaleska
Sun Feb 11, 1990123AMohawk monthsArnold MossMaleska
Sun Oct 25, 1987132AJupiter's dozenJune A. BoggsMaleska
Tue Aug 21, 198430DSaturn featuresAveryMaleska
Thu Oct 13, 198353AIo and PhobosWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sat Jan 23, 198232DSatellitesNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Sun Nov 20, 1977123AJupiter's XIIAnthony B. CanningMaleska
Tue May 17, 197745DGazes dreamilyArnold MossMaleska
Fri Mar 29, 197427DIndian time divisionsBert H. KruseWeng
Sun Jul 23, 197278DDawdlesArthur BennettWeng
Wed May 3, 197269AGazes dreamilyUnknownWeng
Sun Jan 16, 1972103DMonths, to HiawathaWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Wed Jan 5, 197242AIs pensiveUnknownWeng
Sun Jun 9, 1968111DSatellites.S. LambertFarrar
Sun Mar 19, 1967152ABroods, in a way.Frances HansenFarrar
Fri Jul 22, 196629ABehaves abstractedly.UnknownFarrar
Fri Dec 18, 196413DWanders about listlessly.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jun 2, 1963123ACompanions of Jupiter.Kim RichmanFarrar
Mon May 15, 196112DHeavenly bodies.UnknownFarrar
Sat Dec 24, 196034ASatellites.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 26, 195926DHeavenly bodies.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 2, 1959128AMonths, to Hiawatha.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Feb 8, 195961AI. G. Y. phenomena.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Tue May 31, 19554DSatellites of Saturn.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
Tue Jun 30, 19538DJupiter has eleven.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Fri Jan 16, 195345AJupiter has twelve.UnknownFarrar
Wed Jul 30, 195255DPlanetary satellites.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jun 10, 19521DPlanetary satellites.UnknownFarrar
Sun Oct 28, 195114DSatellites.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Fri Aug 24, 195151DWanders about dreamily.UnknownFarrar
Mon Oct 23, 195013DMars has two.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 7, 194873DActs lovesick.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Sep 28, 194775DSecondary planets.Archie S. KreilingFarrar
Sun Mar 31, 194664DMonths.Louis BaronFarrar
Sun Mar 22, 194269A"Till now some nine ___ wasted."—Othello.Alma TalleyFarrar