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58 results for NYC

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

51DHome of 30 RockJohn Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
40DHome of the F.D.R. Drive and J.F.K. AirportHerre Schouwerwou
46ACapital of the U.S. from 1785 to 1790, in briefRyan McCarty
19AIt contains M.S.G. (2)Jonathan Schmalzbach and Bill Albright
24DBig Apple inits. (8)Damon Gulczynski
37DBig Apple inits. (8)Trenton Charlson
22ASoHo's metropolisPeter Gordon
38DBig Apple inits. (8)Lynn Lempel
32A30 Rock's locationJeremy Newton
70AWhere DeWitt Clinton was mayor: Abbr.Timothy Polin
41DThe Big Apple, for short (2)Finn Vigeland
42AJamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge locale, for shortPatrick Berry
33DView from Ft. Lee, N.J.Michael Black
54AThe Big Apple, for short (2)Jacob Stulberg
12DThe Big Apple: Abbr.Nina Rulon-Miller
123ACooper Union's location, brieflyPatrick Berry
68ABig Apple inits. (8)Andrea Carla Michaels
27DFormer U.S. capital: Abbr.Stanley Newman
43D"Annie" song with the lyric "Too busy / Too crazy / Too hot / Too cold / Too late / I'm sold"Barry C. Silk & Doug Peterson
25AIt contains M.S.G. (2)Tyler Lewis Hinman
55DU.N.'s homePatrick John Duggan
36DSubway Series locale, for shortTrip Payne
38ASong from 65-Across that's hidden in 20- and 54-Across and 10- and 35-DownJim Page
38AIt has M.S.G. in itJoe Krozel
37DHome of Roosevelt I.David Levinson Wilk
107AMoMA's homeManny Nosowsky
45AWhere Billy the Kid was born, believe it or not: Abbr.Kevan Choset and David Kwong
117DHome of Times Sq. and Columbus Cir.Eric Berlin and Craig Kasper
22DWhere B'way isLevi Denham
51AColumbia Univ. localeNancy Kavanaugh
30DBig Apple inits. (8)David Liben-Nowell and Ryan O'Donnell
8DHome of the IRT and BMTEthan Friedman
63DU.N. localeNancy Nicholson Joline
106ABig Apple inits. (8)Peter Gordon
52D212 initials (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
56A10001 initials (2)Joe DiPietro
34DGotham: Abbr.Fred Piscop
78ABig Apple inits. (8)Elizabeth Gorski
33DBig Apple inits. (8)J. R. Conrad

19 results for NYC from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

83ALoc. of Mayor DinkinsBert H. KruseMaleska
6DThe Big Apple: Abbr.Christy RidleyMaleska
47AWhere B'klyn isEli WesoffMaleska
86A"The Big Apple"Richard SilvestriMaleska
22DGotham initialsMargery BernsteinWeng
113ABig Apple: Abbr.J. A. FelkerWeng
16DFun City initialsUnknownWeng
44AGotham letters.UnknownWeng
66AHome of the IRTHume R. CraftWeng
4DMonogram for Lindsay.Sara V. TuckermanFarrar
128AWorld's Fair neighbor: Abbr.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
44ASite of The Cloisters: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
40ASmall abbr. for a large place.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
9DEastern metropolis: Abbr.H. L. RisteenFarrar
24AHome of the U. N.: Abbr.Dorothy E. SmithFarrar
60AHome of the Met.George ArguimbauFarrar
70ABrooklyn and environs.Gene KosicFarrar
44DGotham.Herbert EttensonFarrar
46AGreat American metropolis: Abbr.UnknownFarrar