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48 results for POLK

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Monday, February 15, 20161APresident after Tyler (4)David J. Kahn
Tuesday, July 26, 20115DPresident after Tyler (4)Michael Black
Thursday, November 11, 20106APresident after Tyler (4)Andrew Zhou
Friday, September 3, 201010DAnnual journalism award, informallyJohn Farmer
Sunday, February 1, 200944A"54-40 or fight" candidateVictor Fleming and Matt Ginsberg
Friday, February 23, 20075AClay defeaterPatrick Merrell
Monday, January 1, 200733DPresident before TaylorRandy Sowell
Sunday, December 18, 20057DSan Francisco street named for a presidentEthan Cooper and Michael Shteyman
Thursday, December 9, 200424DDefeater of ClayPaula Gamache
Monday, July 26, 200437APresident after Tyler (4)Bernice Gordon
Sunday, September 21, 200378DPrestigious journalism awardRandolph Ross
Tuesday, July 25, 200058DTyler and Taylor's go-betweenPatrick Jordan
Wednesday, February 12, 199711D11th PresidentM. E. Skolsky

35 results for POLK from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Saturday, October 31, 198762ATra-___Mary S. SnyderMaleska
Sunday, April 13, 198621AMan between Tyler and TaylorNorma SteinbergMaleska
Saturday, February 22, 198611DYoung HickoryKenneth WitteMaleska
Sunday, June 17, 198424DJackson protégéCharles M. DeberMaleska
Sunday, July 4, 1982108D"Young Hickory"Anne FoxMaleska
Sunday, January 18, 19817D"Young Hickory"William LutwiniakMaleska
Thursday, January 1, 19817DFirst dark horse elected U.S. PresidentC. J. AngioMaleska
Wednesday, February 23, 197717AU.S. PresidentTerry HealyWeng
Thursday, February 19, 197664AU. S. PresidentSidney L. RobbinsWeng
Wednesday, February 18, 19767DTyler's successorEvelyn B. RosenthalWeng
Thursday, September 4, 19757DWhite House nameWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Thursday, July 12, 197337DU. S. PresidentUnknownWeng
Tuesday, March 13, 197348AWhite House nameUnknownWeng
Thursday, October 16, 196911DU. S. President.UnknownWeng
Sunday, August 17, 1969103AWhite House tenantAnne FoxWeng
Sunday, June 22, 196957DU.S. PresidentEileen BushWeng
Wednesday, December 4, 196851DWhite House name, 1845–49.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, October 27, 196528D11th President.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, September 2, 196569AWhite House name.UnknownFarrar
Friday, November 27, 196433DTyler's successor.UnknownFarrar
Monday, December 31, 196239AFamed Jacksonian Democrat.Helen FasuloFarrar
Friday, November 23, 196252DPresident, 1845–49.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, November 8, 196110ATyler's successor.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, January 8, 196171DEleventh U. S. President.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Monday, August 15, 19601APresident from Tennessee.UnknownFarrar
Monday, December 21, 195929DAmerican President.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, December 18, 195645A11th President.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, August 5, 1956102DTyler, ___, Taylor.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Saturday, June 25, 195510APresident when 17 Across entered Union.John M. HolmesFarrar
Saturday, April 9, 195536DThe first dark-horse President.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, November 28, 195429D11th President.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Saturday, April 14, 195145DOur eleventh President.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, November 4, 195034DOur 11th President, 1845–49.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
Sunday, October 1, 194471D“Dark horse” of 1844.Agnes CookFarrar
Sunday, October 17, 194349AU. S. President during Mexican War, 1846–48.Harriot T. CookeFarrar