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17 results for SESSILE

5 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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DateGridClueAuthor
Wed Apr 29, 200929APermanently attached, in zoologyBarry C. Silk
Sat Feb 19, 200538DPermanently attached, as a barnacleBrad Wilber
Wed Aug 21, 200246DPermanently attached, to a zoologistJoel Kaplow
Sun Feb 16, 199757AAttached at the base, botanicallyM. Gaffney
Sun May 5, 199613DAttached by the base, botanicallyD. J. Kahn

12 results for SESSILE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sun Feb 5, 198996ALike a trillium's leavesVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Sun Nov 8, 198714DAttached directly, in botanyRichard SilvestriMaleska
Sun Aug 17, 197516DAttached, in botanyNorton RhoadesWeng
Sun Jan 31, 196099DHaving no stalk: Bot.W. E. JonesFarrar
Thu Jan 23, 19588DAttached, as a leaf, to the main stem.Cora GoodmanFarrar
Fri Jul 9, 19547DDesignating flowers having no stalk.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 24, 19537DAttached directly to the main stem, as some leaves.Henry A. WolfeFarrar
Sun Sep 5, 194889DAttached by the base.Alice CookFarrar
Sun Feb 8, 1948140AStemless: Bot.R. ShoemakerFarrar
Sun Mar 16, 194712DAttached directly by the base.P. J. LamannaFarrar
Sun Jun 24, 194513DAttached by its base, as a leaf.A. H. CookFarrar
Sun Oct 10, 19438DContinuously employed.W. W. WebsterFarrar