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127 results for ORATOR

35 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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DateGridClueAuthor
Sun May 15, 201639DStumper?Patrick Berry
Wed Mar 30, 201645D"Friends, Romans, countrymen ..." sort of speakerAndrew Reynolds
Mon Aug 19, 201340AKeynote address presenterJean O'Conor
Tue Apr 23, 20132DKeynote speaker, e.g. (2)Severin T. Nelson
Sun Mar 25, 201245DPodium personagePatrick Berry
Sat Jan 8, 201143ARally figureWill Nediger
Tue Jul 27, 201034AWilliam Jennings Bryan, for oneMike Torch
Sun Jul 11, 201046DClay, e.g.Ed Sessa
Sun Jul 4, 201093ACaesar, e.g.Patrick Blindauer and Tony Orbach
Mon Feb 22, 201037DDaniel Webster, for oneSteve Dobis
Sun Nov 1, 200979ABarack Obama, for oneMatt Ginsberg and Pete Muller
Sun Nov 2, 2008103DPerson with a public addressElizabeth C. Gorski
Wed Jul 18, 20072DKeynote speaker, e.g. (2)Tibor Derencsenyi
Tue Mar 27, 200749AKeynote giverLucy Gardner Anderson
Tue Aug 29, 200620AKeynote giver, e.g.David Pringle
Mon Jul 10, 200633ALoud speakerRandall J. Hartman
Thu Nov 24, 200529DSen. Robert Byrd, for oneMichael Shteyman
Mon Sep 19, 200521DRhetoricianTimothy Powell
Wed Jul 27, 200512DOne raising one's voiceMichael Shteyman
Mon Apr 11, 200547DLincoln, e.g., at GettysburgNorma Steinberg
Sun Apr 11, 200491DJesse Jackson, e.g.Patrick Merrell
Wed Feb 4, 200411DOne with a silver tongueRoy Leban
Tue Jan 9, 200146DDemosthenes, e.g. (2)Nick Grivas
Sun Feb 21, 199979APerson on a daisFred Piscop
Thu Nov 26, 199852ABryan, for oneDavid J. Kahn
Sat Nov 14, 199849AHenry Clay, e.g.Matt Gaffney
Mon Feb 2, 19986DPatrick Henry, for oneGregory E. Paul
Wed Nov 19, 199746DDaniel Webster, e.g.Elizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Jun 22, 199768DHenry Clay, for oneMatt Gaffney
Thu Apr 13, 199560AWilliam Jennings Bryan, e.g.Glenn E. Sykes
Sun Feb 12, 199581AWebster, for oneAlex & Victoria Black
Thu Dec 15, 199417AAntiphon, for oneRich Norris
Mon Jun 13, 199442DDemosthenes, e.g. (2)John Greenman
Tue May 3, 199419DSpeakerLois Sidway
Mon Feb 28, 199438DPatrick Henry, e.g.Sidney L. Robbins

2 results for ORATOR from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Apr 10, 2016panda3DOne who can roar to a crowdMark Diehl
Mar 19, 2000diagramless13ATalented talkerFrank Longo

90 results for ORATOR from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sat Dec 19, 199255ADemosthenes, e.g.Louis SabinMaleska
Sun Oct 4, 1992107AWebster or ClayRandolph RossMaleska
Sun Mar 8, 199224APliny the Younger, for oneKevin BoyleMaleska
Mon Nov 11, 199128ABryan or WebsterWilson McBeathMaleska
Sun Mar 31, 199189DCicero, e.g.Nancy Nicholson JolineMaleska
Thu Mar 14, 199145AKeynoter, e.g.Eugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Jan 13, 199152DCicero was oneKenneth HaxtonMaleska
Tue Aug 21, 199017DW. J. Bryan was oneSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Jul 24, 198910DEloquent public speakerPeter G. SnowMaleska
Thu Aug 11, 198813DSkilled speakerMargaret W. HuskeyMaleska
Sat Dec 5, 198714ACrassus or IsocratesMary S. SnyderMaleska
Sat Dec 14, 198549DRed Jacket was onePatterson PeppleMaleska
Sun Apr 21, 198528AHenry was oneEdward MarcheseMaleska
Sun Dec 23, 1984129ACommencement V.I.P.John M. SamsonMaleska
Sun Apr 24, 198397AEloquent oneAlfio MicciMaleska
Sat Feb 27, 198258ARed Jacket was oneAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
Thu Feb 4, 198221DCicero, e.g.I. Judah KoolykMaleska
Sun Oct 25, 198128DHenry, e.g.Nancy A. WoodMaleska
Sat Jul 18, 198136DSpellbinderWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Apr 19, 198115AHenry was oneMichael PriestleyMaleska
Sun Dec 28, 1980151AHenry, e.g.Bert RosenfieldMaleska
Sun May 18, 1980116AMan of many wordsA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Apr 15, 197971DW. J. BryanFrances HansenMaleska
Tue May 30, 197843DH.H.H. was oneAdelyn LewisMaleska
Fri Feb 17, 197812DWebster, for oneA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Mar 20, 197798DBryan was oneRuth N. SchultzMaleska
Wed Nov 3, 197649ASpellbinderMarie WestWeng
Sun Aug 22, 1976109ACicero, e.g.DeWitt AndersonWeng
Sat Apr 24, 197626AVirginia's Henry, for oneAnthony B. CanningWeng
Tue Nov 4, 19759DSpeechifierJordan S. LasherWeng
Wed Oct 8, 197555ADemosthenes, e.g.Jack LuzzattoWeng
Wed Jul 23, 197524AGrandiloquent oneWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sun May 11, 197520AOne who declaimsTap OsbornWeng
Wed Mar 5, 197515ACommencement speakerHallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
Sun Feb 18, 197384DSpeaker with panacheJack LuzzattoWeng
Mon Jan 15, 197328AJuly 4 V.I.P.UnknownWeng
Sun Jun 11, 197269DCicero, for oneAlexander BlackWeng
Wed Sep 2, 197042DWebster or CalhounUnknownWeng
Fri Nov 8, 196814ASilver-tongued one.UnknownFarrar
Mon Oct 21, 196822AByran, for one.UnknownFarrar
Sat Dec 2, 196751ASpellbinder.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jul 28, 196710DDirksen, at times.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Sun Sep 18, 196674AEloquent one.Jean ReedFarrar
Sun Feb 6, 1966143ALong-winded one.Will WengFarrar
Sun Jan 9, 196633ADemosthenes, for one.William LutwiniakFarrar
Thu Apr 15, 196549AHenry Beecher, for one.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jan 16, 196515DSpeaker.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 15, 196324ARelative of a keynoter.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sun Aug 12, 196254ADanton, for example.Mary D. WeisserFarrar
Wed Jun 13, 196244DPatrick Henry, for instance.Madeline CorseFarrar
Sun Mar 4, 1962142ACicero.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sun Dec 10, 196178ACicero.Aida CromwellFarrar
Sun Oct 23, 1960119ASpellbinder.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Mar 24, 196058ARhetorician.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 20, 195954ADaniel Webster, for example.Madeline CorseFarrar
Thu Dec 11, 195817ADaniel Webster, for example.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Fri May 30, 19587DSpellbinder.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Tue May 13, 195815AAdept at declamation.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 27, 195886ACicero.Grace HosterFarrar
Mon Mar 10, 195850AWebster or Bryan.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Sat Dec 21, 195712DMan on the dais.UnknownFarrar
Sat Aug 10, 19572DFourth of July speaker.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 4, 1957107DAntony's role, Act III, "Julius Caesar."Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sat Jun 1, 195759AKeynoter, for example.J. F. KellyFarrar
Sun Oct 28, 195665DKeynoter.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Mar 28, 195659ADemosthenes.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Mon Feb 27, 19562DCampaigner on the dais.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Oct 10, 195420AConvention keynoter.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Sep 26, 195451AEloquent one.Natalie HankemeyerFarrar
Wed Aug 25, 195440DSpellbinder.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Fri Aug 13, 195421ARelative of a filibuster.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Sun Jul 5, 195356A4th of July performer.Evelyn E. SmithFarrar
Fri Jan 30, 195344DRelative of a filibusterer.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Nov 30, 1952118DValedictorian.Sam LakeFarrar
Wed Nov 19, 195217APublic speaker.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 6, 1952117ASpellbinder.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Tue Apr 1, 195244DCampaign speaker.UnknownFarrar
Fri Mar 21, 195263ASpellbinder.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jul 2, 195151DFourth of July speaker.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 12, 195069DChurchill is one.Charles CrossFarrar
Sat Nov 4, 195012DPatrick Henry was one.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sat Sep 16, 19509DEloquent speaker.Margaret P. FarrarFarrar
Sun Sep 3, 1950104AW. J. Bryan was one.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sun Dec 18, 1949101ACicero was one.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sun Mar 20, 1949140ADemosthenes.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
Sun Jun 13, 194892DWhat Cicero was.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Oct 27, 194693AThe Great Commoner was one.L. K. PetersFarrar
Sun Jun 11, 194487DTalker.Margaret PetherbridgeFarrar
Sun Jul 12, 1942113A"I am no ___, as Brutus is."—Julius Caesar.Alvin AshbyFarrar
Sun May 3, 1942125DSpeaker.Charles MerzFarrar