5 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for SESSILE.
|Wed Apr 29, 2009||29A||Permanently attached, in zoology||Barry C. Silk|
|Sat Feb 19, 2005||38D||Permanently attached, as a barnacle||Brad Wilber|
|Wed Aug 21, 2002||46D||Permanently attached, to a zoologist||Joel Kaplow|
|Sun Feb 16, 1997||57A||Attached at the base, botanically||M. Gaffney|
|Sun May 5, 1996||13D||Attached by the base, botanically||D. J. Kahn|
12 results for SESSILE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sun Feb 5, 1989||96A||Like a trillium's leaves||Virginia L. Yates||Maleska|
|Sun Nov 8, 1987||14D||Attached directly, in botany||Richard Silvestri||Maleska|
|Sun Aug 17, 1975||16D||Attached, in botany||Norton Rhoades||Weng|
|Sun Jan 31, 1960||99D||Having no stalk: Bot.||W. E. Jones||Farrar|
|Thu Jan 23, 1958||8D||Attached, as a leaf, to the main stem.||Cora Goodman||Farrar|
|Fri Jul 9, 1954||7D||Designating flowers having no stalk.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sat Oct 24, 1953||7D||Attached directly to the main stem, as some leaves.||Henry A. Wolfe||Farrar|
|Sun Sep 5, 1948||89D||Attached by the base.||Alice Cook||Farrar|
|Sun Feb 8, 1948||140A||Stemless: Bot.||R. Shoemaker||Farrar|
|Sun Mar 16, 1947||12D||Attached directly by the base.||P. J. Lamanna||Farrar|
|Sun Jun 24, 1945||13D||Attached by its base, as a leaf.||A. H. Cook||Farrar|
|Sun Oct 10, 1943||8D||Continuously employed.||W. W. Webster||Farrar|