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53 results for PULP

14 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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Saturday, August 2, 201456DTrashy, in a wayKristian House
Wednesday, January 9, 201321DOrange juice optionDavid Ben-Merre
Sunday, October 9, 201165AJuice componentBrendan Emmett Quigley
Thursday, June 10, 201032DAmazing Stories, e.g.Mike Nothnagel
Monday, September 14, 200948DSolid parts of orange juiceBernice Gordon
Friday, February 15, 200844DGreat literature's oppositePatrick Berry
Wednesday, March 7, 200760DPapermaking materialRichard Silvestri
Tuesday, November 30, 200457AOrange componentJoan Yanofsky
Thursday, July 15, 200410D___-freeRoy Leban
Wednesday, June 20, 200118ANewsprint needJay Sullivan
Monday, November 22, 199973AAn orange, minus the juiceFrances Hansen
Wednesday, January 22, 199730DJuicer refuseJ. Schmalzbach
Thursday, October 17, 199639DPart of an orangeJ. R. Conrad
Monday, June 24, 199651A"___Fiction"M. Schneider

1 result for PULP from Variety puzzles.

April 13, 2014panda48A50% of supplies of woodMel Taub

38 results for PULP from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Friday, October 11, 199144APlant pithMark BlakeburnMaleska
Sunday, September 22, 1991111ACore of a canineLawrence M. RheingoldMaleska
Friday, March 10, 198959DTrashy magazineWilliam BaxleyMaleska
Monday, June 13, 198310DSucculent part of fruitBette Sue CohenMaleska
Wednesday, August 4, 19822DSoft part of fruitNewellMaleska
Friday, March 5, 19826DVegetable matterBette Sue CohenMaleska
Friday, December 18, 198140ASucculent part of fruitKathryn RighterMaleska
Wednesday, December 7, 197716ACheap magazine materialJordan S. LasherMaleska
Wednesday, March 16, 197749AOrange partEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
Friday, January 9, 197613AJuice-glass residueBrian G. TylerWeng
Tuesday, August 12, 197515AWood productDorothea E. ShippWeng
Thursday, February 20, 197555AKind of magazineSara V. TuckermanWeng
Wednesday, February 5, 197537AFruit-squeezer leavingsMary DormanWeng
Wednesday, December 11, 197464ATrash writingJim PageWeng
Thursday, April 25, 197458DFruit partLita M. ElversWeng
Friday, January 26, 197342APenny dreadfulUnknownWeng
Friday, December 15, 197247DCheap magazineUnknownWeng
Thursday, July 27, 196761AFruit part.Sara V. TuckermanFarrar
Wednesday, January 18, 196719DSucculent part of fruit.Kathryn RighterFarrar
Friday, August 26, 196635AType of paper.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, August 5, 196516AKind of paper.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, April 20, 196510ANewsprint.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, January 28, 196524DWood product.UnknownFarrar
Friday, August 17, 196245AFruit part.UnknownFarrar
Friday, October 13, 19611APaper source.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, March 1, 19612DJuicy part of fruit.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, November 29, 196041DPaper source.UnknownFarrar
Monday, September 5, 196049AMakings of paper.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, October 22, 195910AMagazine: Slang.UnknownFarrar
Friday, March 7, 195814AKind of magazine: Slang.Melville LiveranceFarrar
Monday, May 20, 195748APart of an orange.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, October 11, 195641DJuicy part of a fruit.Mel TaubFarrar
Sunday, May 17, 195364AMagazine fare not slick.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thursday, October 2, 195220AKind of magazine.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, November 8, 195124AImportant product of Canada.UnknownFarrar
Friday, October 19, 195148AMaterial for newsprint.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, April 15, 195199DCheap magazine.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, December 26, 194312AMake soft.I. KertFarrar