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694 results for RARE

206 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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39ASteakhouse specificationPeter Gordon
39DLike albino alligatorsRoss Trudeau
43DLike a steak that's "still mooing"Ross Trudeau
9DLike signatures of William ShakespearePatrick Merrell
26DStill red in the middleAlex Eaton-Salners
7DScarce (4)Jeff Chen
57DLike $10 gold eagle coinsAndrew Kingsley and John Lieb
47DSteak order (9)Mary Lou Guizzo
50ALike black sheepAndrew Kingsley
16AHard to get hold ofDavid Steinberg
44ALike white panthersZhouqin Burnikel
38ALike albinismLoren Muse Smith and Tracy Gray
29DLike walk-off touchdownsMichael Hawkins and John Guzzetta
22DAtypical (3)Peter Broda and Erik Agard
22ALike tritium and tripletsDavid Phillips
16ALike N.F.L. games ending in a tieDavid Steinberg
12ALike Inverted Jenny postage stampsAndrew Kingsley
19ANot medium or well donePatrick Merrell
31DLike black rhinosMorton J. Mendelson
25DSteak specificationRoland Huget
52ALike blue moonsPaolo Pasco
28A"On the hoof," in diner lingoPaolo Pasco
91AStill quite redSamuel A. Donaldson
111DTag in some dictionary definitionsDavid J. Kahn
23AStill red, sayRobyn Weintraub
29DLike a 1913 Liberty Head nickelPeter A. Collins
58DSteak requestDavid Phillips
17ALike triple playsJohn Guzzetta
51ALike first editions, oftenJoel Fagliano
49DLike years evenly divisible by four that are not leap yearsErin Rhode
32AOf interest to a collector, sayJoel Fagliano
14ANot well, sayPatrick Blindauer
5D___ birdJulian Lim
68AAtypical (3)Tom McCoy
50DNumismatist's classification (2)Joe DiPietro
76DDescription on many eBay listingsPeter A. Collins
19ASteakhouse orderAndrew Chaikin
56DLike hurricanes in JanuaryJason Flinn
18DNot found in many stamp collections, sayDan Schoenholz
57DOpposite of well done (3)Ian Livengood
75ALike a sighting of an ivory-billed woodpeckerAlex Vratsanos and Jeff Chen
15ALike a day in June, according to LowellPeter Broda
14AKind of formMatt Ginsberg
75AIn ___ formJ. R. Leopold
14A"Bloody" (3)Dan Schoenholz
15AThin (2)David J. Kahn
55AOne-in-a-million (3)Adam G. Perl
16DLike a four-leaf cloverElizabeth C. Gorski
33D"Still mooing," as burgers goAndrew Marc Greene
42ASeldom seen (10)David Kwong
12DLike a blue lobsterPeter A. Collins
51DHard to come by (2)John Dunn
40DWith 43-Across, yttrium or scandiumJoel Fagliano
48AMeat requestPeter Collins
29A"Bloody" (3)Milo Beckman
61ALike a total solar eclipseKelsey Boes
55DBurger order specificationPaula Gamache
12ALike no-hittersRobert W. Harris
34AStill red, as a steakC. W. Stewart
35DOpposite of well done (3)David Poole
107DIn short supplyPaula Gamache
58DExceptional (6)Michael Torch
1A"Still mooing"Alex Boisvert
3DRed insideNancy Salomon
14APorterhouse orderRicky Ini Liu
2DLike some gasesBarry C. Silk
22ALike hen's teeth (4)Donna S. Levin
13DLike proverbial hen's teethWayne and P. K. King
34DOf particular interest to a completistBrad Wilber
48DOnce-in-a-blue-moon (2)Randall J. Hartman
14APink, maybeEd Stein and Paula Gamache
18ALike a 1943 copper penny (2)Allan E. Parrish
54DLike a Liberty gold coinAllan E. Parrish
45AExceptional (6)Barry C. Silk
30ABurger orderMike Nothnagel
15ABloody, so to speak (3)Sheldon Benardo
2DLike a perfect gameBarry C. Silk
7DLabel in a bibliophile's catalogDaniel Kantor
66AFew and far between (2)Lynn Lempel
50DPink insideAdam G. Perl
16ABloody, so to speak (3)Joe Krozel
50DPractically unheard-ofPatrick Berry
41ARed in the middle (3)Ken Stern
20ALike white elephantsPeter Wentz
12DFew and far between (2)Richard Silvestri
68ABarely cookedNatan Last
54DThin (2)Victor Fleming
22DRed in the middle (3)Ray Fontenot
30DLike an ivory-billed woodpeckerJennifer Nutt
38AOnce-in-a-blue-moon (2)Kevan Choset
59ANumismatist's classification (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
36DStill red insideDavid J. Kahn
34DPink, sayManny Nosowsky
15AUncommon (4)Sarah Keller
3DLike one in a millionDonna Levin
67ASeldom seen (10)Randy Sowell
35AOpposite of well done (3)Robert Dillman
51D"Bloody" (3)Daniel C. Bryant
16AWith 17-Across, one in a millionByron Walden
72AUncommon (4)George Barany and Michael Shteyman
11D"For the ___ and radiant maiden": PoeEthan Cooper and Michael Shteyman
59A"Suddenly, as ___ things will, it vanished": E. B. BrowningDana Motley
61A___ as a blue roseManny Nosowsky
80DExceptional (6)Randolph Ross
33DLike a white Bengal tigerRandall J. Hartman
18DNot turning up muchAlan Arbesfeld
53ASeen once in a blue moonKendall Twigg
102DEndangeredFrank Longo
58DPretty pinkSherry O. Blackard
56DNearly unique in the worldNancy Salomon
31ACoin ratingAlan Arbesfeld
41AUnwontedRobert Zimmerman
34DCoin classificationRoy Leban
15AChoice (2)Nancy Salomon and Earl W. Reed
52AReddish pinkBob Peoples
21ALike a blue roseBrendan Emmett Quigley
2DLike a 52-AcrossKevan Choset
57ASeldom seen (10)Matt Skoczen
101DReddish (2)Richard Silvestri
41A"___ as a winter swallow": BalzacMike Torch
36DLike a compliant catLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
27AScatteredSteven Kahn
27DLike hen's teeth (4)Charles Barasch
103DCoin gradeDerrick Niederman
19AStill pinkSeth A. Abel
19ASteak order (9)Roy Leban
62DHard to find (3)Joe Bower and Nancy Salomon
72AMedium-___Randall J. Hartman
45ALike hen's teeth (4)Richard Hughes
51DUnusually excellent (2)Sherry O. Blackard
59DInfrequent (2)Michael Shteyman
37DUncommonly goodCathy Millhauser
20AFacing extinctionCathy Millhauser
45ALike a 1943 copper penny (2)Randolph Ross
14AOf interest to collectors, sayPatrick Berry
30DChoice (2)Patrick Berry
29AOne-in-a-million (3)Ed Early
16ABibliophile's labelDavid J. Kahn
32DHard to find (3)Alan Arbesfeld
41DSeldom seen (10)Nathaniel Weiss
41AReddish (2)Rich Norris
58DPinkish (2)Joe DiPietro
55DHard to find (3)Nancy Salomon and Bob Peoples
17DReddish, perhapsPatrick Berry
14DNot commonSteven Dorfman
16APink, as a steak (2)Gregory E. Paul
50DExceptional (6)Manny Nosowsky
52DHardly seenRich Norris
58DSteak order (9)Peter Gordon
65A57-Down requestChris Sallade
58APinkish (2)Gene Newman
104DLike some coinsDavid J. Kahn
44ASteak order (9)Peter Gordon
27DLike a no-hitterGreg Staples
1ASeldom seen (10)John Greenman
10DPinkPeter Gordon
56DDictionary notationBrendan Emmett Quigley
10DNot well?Joe DiPietro
56DUncommon (4)Manny Nosowsky
32ASeldom seen (10)Gregory E. Paul
47DUnusually excellent (2)Randolph Ross
1APinkish, as a steakAdam G. Perl
10DBarely doneRobert Malinow
57DStamp designationRobert Dillman
65ABook classificationStanley B. Whitten
15DPink, so to speakJim Page
90DUndone?Cathy Millhauser
15AHard to come by (2)Gregory E. Paul
15APink, as a steak (2)Robert Dillman
62ALike hen's teeth (4)Gregory E. Paul
38DLightly cookedArthur S. Verdesca
62ASuperfineA. J. Santora
11DScarce (4)Gregory E. Paul
63ASeldom seen (10)Gregory E. Paul
38DRecherche (2)Robert H. Wolfe
39DNot easy to findKaren Hodge
22DScarce (4)Dean Niles
58DOpposite of wellRich Norris
63ARoast beef requestJ. D. Leavy
88ASteak order (9)M. Jacobson
69ARed in the middle (3)R. Silvestri
21ASeldom seen (10)J. Schmalzbach
59DBloody, so to speak (3)R. H. Wolfe
62AExceptional (6)S. Cohen
92AOn the hoof, in lunch counter lingoN. N. Joline
13AAlmost redF. Hansen
33DScarce (4)Gregory E. Paul
26ARecherchéEric Albert
43AAntique descriptionFrances Hansen
14ASeldom seen (10)Lois Sidway
116ABarbecue orderJim Page
46AInfrequent (2)Nancy S. Ross
54DSteak order (9)Alan Arbesfeld
22DExceptional (6)Bryant White
92DOne-in-a- million (3)Cathy Millhauser
56DPink, as steakGregory E. Paul
58DSteak order (9)Randall J. Hartman
10D"So _____" (Jimmy Dorsey hit)Daniel R. Stark
31DAtypical (3)Rand H. Burns
37AUncommon (4)Peter Gordon
112ALike praseodymiumPeter Gordon
45ASought by bibliomaniacsErnie Furtado
32ASeldom seen (10)Stephanie Spadaccini
58DSteak order (9)David J. Kahn
47ARecherche (2)Frances Hansen
48ASteak order (9)Nancy Joline

2 results for RARE from Variety puzzles.

Sep 21, 2008diagramless41DSee 38-DownByron Walden
Oct 10, 2004other15ACard to hum byLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon

486 results for RARE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

13DSeldom seenEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
27DHighly unusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
23AUncommonJames L. BeattyMaleska
11DExcellent, as wineArthur S. VerdescaMaleska
112AUncommonIrene SmullyanMaleska
28DSeldom seenJames L. BeattyMaleska
6ASteak styleErnie FurtadoMaleska
50AUncommonStanley GlassMaleska
15AThin, as airRobert DillmanMaleska
40DPoe's adjective for LenoreJames L. BeattyMaleska
36DOf special excellenceJames L. BeattyMaleska
65ARed on the inside, as a steakNorman S. WizerMaleska
16AUnusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
42ARecherchéJohn GreenmanMaleska
55DLike condors or whooping cranesNorma SteinbergMaleska
54DUncommonDon GroatMaleska
15AExceptionalJames L. BeattyMaleska
14AUncommonWalter CovellMaleska
99DRecherchéFrances HansenMaleska
5ASteak orderAlbert J. KlausMaleska
50DLike an underdone steakBernice GordonMaleska
69AUncommonEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
73ALike Ben JonsonWilson McBeathMaleska
68AThinBetty JorgensenMaleska
7DKind of earthBert RosenfieldMaleska
55DNot well doneCharles E. GerschMaleska
10DExcellentAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
62ASteak orderMark BlakeburnMaleska
3DLightly cookedStanley GlassMaleska
27DUncommonPeggy DevlinMaleska
103DExceptionalBarbara SpringerMaleska
52DRecherchéRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
57DUnusualWilson McBeathMaleska
56DHard to findKevin BoyleMaleska
23ASteak orderWhitMaleska
61AVery unusualEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
10ALike baby condorsEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
18AScarceEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
53DSingularRichard SilvestriMaleska
53DInfrequentKenneth WitteMaleska
29DUncommonJeanne WilsonMaleska
60DThinAlan ArbesfeldMaleska
47ARemarkableWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
59DChoiceWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
37AUncommonEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
61ASteak orderJean M. HuntMaleska
16AInfrequentAlbert J. KlausMaleska
54DScarceFred TooleMaleska
36A"O ___ Ben Jonson!"Nancy Nicholson JolineMaleska
11DSteak orderErnst TheimerMaleska
15AScarceJack LechnerMaleska
60DExceptionalEli WesoffMaleska
35DSteak orderWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
58AInfrequentAlbert J. KlausMaleska
51DUnusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
24DLike Lowell's June dayNancy JolineMaleska
54DUncommonJim PageMaleska
32DUnderdoneJoy L. WoukMaleska
7DDescriptive of Ben JonsonJames R. BurnsMaleska
59AThinWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
47AChoiceWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
15ALike a cold day in JulyJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
13AUnusualBetty JorgensenMaleska
55APrecious, in a wayDonald V. Lee IIMaleska
31DUndercookedArnold MossMaleska
41ALike whooping cranesTom MixonMaleska
62AOrder for roast beefBernice GordonMaleska
3DAdjective for ceriumSandra BurlingameMaleska
15AScarceAlbert J. KlausMaleska
57AUnderdoneMel TaubMaleska
15AHard to findMartha J. DeWittMaleska
30DOrder to a chefReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
6DThin in densityKevin BoyleMaleska
51DLike 5 Down, sometimesVirginia ButlerMaleska
61ARecherchéBernard MerenMaleska
66AScarceBetty JorgensenMaleska
19DAlmost uniqueWhittenMaleska
8DLike the whooping craneBernard MerenMaleska
46DHard to findBetty HinmanMaleska
109DLike certain booksJune A. BoggsMaleska
51DUncommonDale O. BurgenerMaleska
71DRecherchéJohn DreyerMaleska
108ATenuousWillemain O. CableMaleska
19A" . . . so ___ as a day in June?"Jim PageMaleska
30AScarceBarry L. CohenMaleska
61DBeef orderArthur W. PalmerMaleska
60DSingularJune A. BoggsMaleska
1AUncommonKay SullivanMaleska
12DSteak orderMelvin KenworthyMaleska
39DDistinctiveWilson McBeathMaleska
19AUncommonAlbert J. KlausMaleska
57DLike Ben JonsonTom W. UnderhillMaleska
55AHard to findEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
47DUncommonPeter G. SnowMaleska
109DLike a royal flushMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
55DEarth or bit precederWalter CovellMaleska
57DThinNancy McCarthyMaleska
60ASteak orderKenneth WitteMaleska
16ALike ceriumJonesMaleska
31DSingularWilliam S. McIlrathMaleska
14AKind of earthBert RosenfieldMaleska
15ASteak-house orderNorma SteinbergMaleska
16AUncommonJudith PerryMaleska
21DInfrequentJulian OchrymowychMaleska
38AHard to come byBert H. KruseMaleska
10DAlmost uniqueFrank GearyMaleska
7DSteak orderJoy L. WoukMaleska
57DHard to come byJoel D. LafargueMaleska
105ALike Ben JonsonE. T. M. (Eugene T. Maleska)Maleska
50ALike ceriumHarold B. CountsMaleska
60ASingularPeter SwiftMaleska
22DLess than mediumKathryn RighterMaleska
28DSteak orderGayle DeanMaleska
50AUncommonH. Hastings ReddallMaleska
2DSteak orderJohnsonMaleska
24DSteak orderGayle DeanMaleska
54ARecherchéEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
36ABeef orderGayle DeanMaleska
7DChoiceJudson G. TrentMaleska
124ALike some hamburgersJim PageMaleska
44AThinJim PageMaleska
38DLike ceriumErnst TheimerMaleska
2DHard to findWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
11DHard to findDanielsMaleska
12ASteak orderJeanne WilsonMaleska
14ASpecialJohn M. SamsonMaleska
62AChoice for steakMargaret KingmanMaleska
62DScarceChristy RidleyMaleska
22DSteakhouse orderBette Sue CohenMaleska
49APreciousA. J. SantoraMaleska
51DFar from abundantSawikinMaleska
64AHard to findWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
58DLike ceriumFrances HansenMaleska
35ALike baby condorsLois SidwayMaleska
51DUncommonElaine GeorgeMaleska
34AUndercookedStanley GlassMaleska
11DRecherchéBette Sue CohenMaleska
27D"O ___ Ben Jonson!"Kevin WrayMaleska
103DAdjective for ceriumWarren W. ReichMaleska
23AScarceJames R. BurnsMaleska
31ASpecialJohn GreenmanMaleska
60AAdjective for JonsonBernice GordonMaleska
57AUncommonPeter G. SnowMaleska
53DSteak orderFred KellerMaleska
53DSteakhouse adjectiveJoel D. LafargueMaleska
44DSteak orderFrances HansenMaleska
6AUncommonElio DesiderioMaleska
51DLike snow in TampaEli WesoffMaleska
36DSteak orderWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
2D" . . . neither rich nor ___": PopeRabinowitzMaleska
58AUnderdoneBette Sue CohenMaleska
26DUnusualBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
3DScarcePeter SwiftMaleska
26DLike a day in JuneWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
63AAdjective for ceriumChristy RidleyMaleska
18DExceptionalWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
15ASteak orderWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
55D"O ___ Ben Jonson!"John FinchMaleska
33AUnderdoneLouis SabinMaleska
91ASteak orderBert H. KruseMaleska
54DChoiceMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
32DSlightly cookedRichard SilvestriMaleska
30DInfrequentJudson G. TrentMaleska
15AAdjective for a whooping craneDaniel DeutschMaleska
35DThinHerb L. RisteenMaleska
29DHard to findWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
50DLike snow in TampaBairdMaleska
61AThinHerb L. RisteenMaleska
16ALike a 1913 Liberty Head nickelNikki TenfeldeMaleska
37DThinHerb L. RisteenMaleska
16AAn alternative to mediumMermelsteinMaleska
88AScarceRichard SilvestriMaleska
30DWord for Ben JonsonBert RosenfieldMaleska
16ADescribing Ben JonsonNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
67ALike a nonesuchRaeMaleska
47DRemarkably fineJonesMaleska
32DUnusualA. J. SantoraMaleska
47AUncommonC. J. AngioMaleska
54AExceptionalGrace FabbroniMaleska
61ASteak orderRobert KatzMaleska
14AUncommonA. J. SantoraMaleska
26ALike some coinsEli WesoffMaleska
15AHow some like their steakPeter SwiftMaleska
38DVery unusualSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
12DInfrequentFrank GearyMaleska
45AVery unusualJordan S. LasherMaleska
18DSteak orderBert H. KruseMaleska
48DKind of treatJohnsonMaleska
46ALike a whooping craneWeilMaleska
60ALike a day in JuneFrances HansenMaleska
68AChoiceJudson G. TrentMaleska
6DBeef orderCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
34DSteak orderHugh McElroyMaleska
47DUncommonMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
98DSingularA. J. SantoraMaleska
22AAdjective for ceriumWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
103ALike a day in JuneFrances HansenMaleska
12DCooked slightlyHerb L. RisteenMaleska
39DRecherchéA. J. SantoraMaleska
22ALike a June dayJohnsonMaleska
68ALike a June day, to LowellRichard SilvestriMaleska
2DExceptionalRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
40DUnusually excellentLouis BaronMaleska
66AAdjective for ceriumJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
34DLike some birdsJamesMaleska
12DUncommonA. J. SantoraMaleska
2DAlmost extinctJack LuzzattoMaleska
42DLike "a day in June"Grace FabbroniMaleska
50DSpecialAnthony B. CanningMaleska
2DCooked slightlySamuel H. BarkanMaleska
69AHard to findEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
57AHard to findJames A. BrusselMaleska
46ASteak orderHenry HookWeng
3DWord for JonsonEli WesoffWeng
32DOpposite of well-doneEvelyn BenshoofWeng
56ASteak orderMaura B. JacobsonWeng
71ALike Ben JonsonMel RosenWeng
99DFineAnthony B. CanningWeng
110DSteak orderAlfio MicciWeng
57AChoiceBarbara GillisWeng
14ANot denseReginald L. JohnsonWeng
89AScarceMaria G. RiceWeng
98ALike Lowell's June dayRuth N. SchultzWeng
13AUnderdonePaul R. BarnesWeng
44DHard to findDorothy CannanWeng
71DUnusualAlfio MicciWeng
56DDistinctiveAnthony B. CanningWeng
44DLike some coins or steaksGladys V. MillerWeng
63AWord for Ben JonsonSidney L. RobbinsWeng
60ADistinctiveAllan BlackmanWeng
16AUncommonBert H. KruseWeng
1A“ . . . ___ as a day in June?”Beverly J. SewardWeng
50DSteak orderMaura B. JacobsonWeng
51DAdmirableRaymond F. EisnerWeng
15ALike a day in JuneJim PageWeng
30DExcellentDorothea E. ShippWeng
55ASingularH. Hastings ReddallWeng
1DNot well-doneH. M. KennedyWeng
8ALike some gasesVirginia GodwinWeng
55AUncommonManny MillerWeng
16AExtraordinaryGeraldine Von MaluskiWeng
11DThinJames A. BrusselWeng
59ALike heliumMel RosenWeng
15DThinHerb RisteenWeng
11DSteak orderUnknownWeng
54DLike some beefUnknownWeng
51DNot commonplaceUnknownWeng
48DSteak preferenceUnknownWeng
23ABetween raw and mediumUnknownWeng
15AJune day or JonsonUnknownWeng
12DSteak orderUnknownWeng
16ALike a June dayUnknownWeng
27DSteak orderUnknownWeng
30DLightly cookedUnknownWeng
63DSingularChristine ValenceWeng
17ALike some gasesUnknownWeng
146AWord for Ben JonsonHume R. CraftWeng
21DLike some steaksUnknownWeng
18AThin, as gasUnknownWeng
108AThinThreba JohnsonWeng
19ASteak orderUnknownWeng
46DKind of bookHume R. CraftWeng
21DHard to find.UnknownWeng
65DBen Jonson, for oneThomas W. SchierWeng
11DLike whooping cranes.UnknownWeng
43ASteak order.UnknownWeng
16ASteak instruction.UnknownWeng
49AHard to find.UnknownWeng
57DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
31DUncommon.Dorothea BauerFarrar
43DExcellent.Eileen LexauFarrar
3DExcellent.Thomas E. DevlinFarrar
96AExcellent.Paula BauersmithFarrar
57DUnusually good.Cora GoodmanFarrar
44ANot well-done.Betty LearyFarrar
16AExceptional.Louis SabinFarrar
23AUncommon.Cora GoodmanFarrar
18AExcellent.Louise EarnestFarrar
28AType of 15 Across.UnknownFarrar
59AAttenuated.Sidney LambertFarrar
25DWay to cook meat.UnknownFarrar
16DExceptional.Nancy SchusterFarrar
7DSeldom seen.UnknownFarrar
60DSteak order.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
4DHighly distinctive.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
7DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
105ADistinctive.Sidney LambertFarrar
135DExcellent.Threba JohnsonFarrar
38DExcellent.Anne FoxFarrar
57AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
28DValuable to a degree.UnknownFarrar
24DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
16AThin, as air.Roberta MorseFarrar
24DInfrequent.Helen FasuloFarrar
13DExcellent.Diana R. SessionsFarrar
72ALike a June day.Will WengFarrar
54DUncommon.Thomas MeekinFarrar
14AWay to cook a steak.UnknownFarrar
96ASteak order.Will WengFarrar
56AUnusual.Barbara L. GolubFarrar
3DExcellent.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
4DExcellent.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
21DDistinctive.James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
56DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
40AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
36DHard to find.Madeline CorseFarrar
8DExcellent.Harry GluckFarrar
19DSeldom seen.UnknownFarrar
25AExcellent.Herbert EttensonFarrar
51AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
24AHard to find.UnknownFarrar
18AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
26AUnusually great.S. A. KayFarrar
41AUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
33AExceptional.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
62AHard to get.UnknownFarrar
101DExcellent.Herbert EttensonFarrar
32DOf thin texture.UnknownFarrar
53DFriday the 13th is.UnknownFarrar
41ANot usual.UnknownFarrar
71AUnderdone.W. E. JonesFarrar
61DExcellent.Thomas MeekinFarrar
18DUncommon.Harold T. BersFarrar
45AOf thin texture.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
59AExceptional.Helen FasuloFarrar
64ASteak order.Roberta MorseFarrar
45AExceptional.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
54DUnderdone.Jules ArensbergFarrar
105DChoice.A. J. SantoraFarrar
124DExcellent.H. L. RisteenFarrar
25ASeldom found.S. A. KayFarrar
72AExcellent.Herbert EttensonFarrar
27AUnusually good.Peter L. Tea, Jr.Farrar
10DExceptional.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
16AUnusual.Maura B. JacobsonFarrar
35AEpithet for Ben Jonson.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
6DExcellent.Thomas MeekinFarrar
32DUnusually good.UnknownFarrar
81DScarce.Roberta MorseFarrar
78ANot quite obsolete.Harold T. BersFarrar
138ANot well done.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
16AScarce.Albert BlumFarrar
48ANot abounding.S. A. KayFarrar
68DScarce.Diana SessionsFarrar
31AExcellent.Jo BodleFarrar
38ATenuous.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
2DExcellent.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
54AUnusually good.John M. HolmesFarrar
30DNot dense.Charles GerschFarrar
18DLike a blue moon.Mel TaubFarrar
3DAdjective for cerium.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
55DExcellent.Bernice GordonFarrar
8DRemarkable.Roberta MorseFarrar
14AUnusually good.Thomas J. VarnerFarrar
44AAdjective for steak.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
7DSeldom occurring.S. A. KayFarrar
22DUnusual.Jules ArensbergFarrar
85DExceptional.Thomas MeekinFarrar
97DOrder of steak.Sidney LambertFarrar
46AOut of the common.Thomas MeekinFarrar
43DSeldom used.S. A. KayFarrar
74DDistinctive.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
32APreference in steak.Albert BlumFarrar
53AA day in June, for instance.Thomas MeekinFarrar
16AUncommon.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
51DOf thin texture.UnknownFarrar
49AHighly distinguished.S. A. KayFarrar
37AUnusual.Diana SessionsFarrar
74DAdmirable.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
37DSteak—these days.UnknownFarrar
58DHighly distinguished.UnknownFarrar
147AAdmirable.Diana SessionsFarrar
11DBriefly cooked.UnknownFarrar
106DCapital.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
2DLowell's "day in June."UnknownFarrar
48AWorth collecting.UnknownFarrar
30AUnusually excellent.UnknownFarrar
14AA day in June?UnknownFarrar
22ALike a day in June.UnknownFarrar
133DUnusual.Ralph AndersonFarrar
87AAdmirable.Thomas MeekinFarrar
5DThin.Edward BucklerFarrar
93DAdmirable.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
19ANot quite obsolete.UnknownFarrar
37AUnderdone.Alice H. CookFarrar
58DUncommon.S. K. FliegnerFarrar
28DUnderdone.Elizabeth JacksonFarrar
9DUnderdone.George NewkirkFarrar
57A"O ___ Ben Johnson."Harold T. BersFarrar
17DLightly broiled.Harold T. BersFarrar
98DSlack-baked.Charles CrossFarrar
8DChoice.Harriot CookeFarrar
142AUnique.Louis BaronFarrar
24AChoice.A. H. CookFarrar
75DUnderdone.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
70DUncommon.Lester KeeneFarrar
103AChoice.Willard N. JordanFarrar
109AUncommon.Art SylvesterFarrar
123AUnderdone.Elizabeth PattersonFarrar
111AUnusual.W. W. WebsterFarrar
35AInfrequent.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
38ASeldom.Harriot T. CookeFarrar
64AUnusually excellent.Bert StoreyFarrar
137DChoice.P. Joseph LamannaFarrar
105A"Well-written life is almost as ___ as a well-spent one."—Carlyle.Jack LuzzatoFarrar
90A"Success is a ___ paint"—Suckling.Alma TalleyFarrar