5 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for PARADOX.
|Thursday, May 8, 2014||34A||What 3- and 9-Down are an example of||Matthew Lees|
|Friday, April 25, 2014||59A||"This statement is false," e.g.||Joel Fagliano|
|Thursday, May 25, 2006||42D||Catch-22||Gilbert H. Ludwig|
|Friday, September 6, 2002||13A||Puzzle||Manny Nosowsky|
|Wednesday, February 16, 1994||39A||Piers 19 and 20?||John Greenman|
1 result for PARADOX from Variety puzzles.
|November 18, 2012||acrostic||G||Snag in many a logic problem||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
12 results for PARADOX from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, November 16, 1991||1A||Anomaly of a sort||Kevin Boyle||Maleska|
|Saturday, July 28, 1990||20A||Anomaly of a sort||Jesse Roarke||Maleska|
|Saturday, March 10, 1990||37A||Two medics?||Charles B. Waffell||Maleska|
|Saturday, July 7, 1973||20A||Self-contradictory statement||Unknown||Weng|
|Saturday, February 5, 1972||37D||Self-contradictory statement||Unknown||Weng|
|Sunday, November 7, 1965||125A||An almost incredible truth.||Jack Luzzatto||Farrar|
|Saturday, August 3, 1957||7D||Something strange but true.||Eugene T. Maleska||Farrar|
|Sunday, July 7, 1957||56A||Oscar Wilde specialty.||Harold T. Bers||Farrar|
|Wednesday, January 12, 1955||34D||Something self-contradictory.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sunday, March 28, 1954||74D||Inconsistent person.||Diana Sessions||Farrar|
|Sunday, January 5, 1947||22A||Seemingly absurd statement.||Thomas Meekin||Farrar|
|Sunday, March 15, 1942||66A||Contradictory phenomenon.||Marie C. French||Farrar|