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135 Results for SPAM

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

DateGridClueAuthor
Thursday, November 30, 201743DFilter target (2)Trenton Charlson
Sunday, September 17, 2017108AEmail best not replied toMark MacLachlan
Wednesday, May 10, 201728AMeat in a classic Monty Python skitNed White
Tuesday, April 25, 201733DOften-filtered messagesGary J. Whitehead
Wednesday, January 25, 201753DMuch-maligned foodTracy Gray
Wednesday, December 14, 201610AEmail folderAlan DeLoriea
Thursday, November 3, 201619AE-con?Mel Rosen
Friday, October 7, 201611ACommunication problem?Robyn Weintraub
Tuesday, September 13, 201610ASomething caught in a filterStanley Newman
Wednesday, November 25, 201514DUnwanted emailsDuncan Kimmel and Clara Williamson
Monday, November 2, 201516AUnwanted mailLoren Muse Smith and Andrea Carla Michaels
Thursday, October 15, 20155AFood product whose name is used nowadays mostly in a nonfood wayKevin G. Der
Tuesday, September 22, 201540DStuff caught in a filterVictor Barocas and Tom Pepper
Thursday, January 30, 20143DFilter target (2)Dan Schoenholz
Thursday, March 14, 20138A___ folder (2)Mike Buckley
Tuesday, December 4, 201234DTarget of a filterElizabeth C. Gorski
Tuesday, October 2, 201222D___ folder (2)Ethan Cooper
Sunday, July 29, 201255DOnline delugeKevin G. Der
Sunday, April 1, 201279DOften-filtered materialPatrick Merrell
Tuesday, January 31, 201233DUnsolicited e-mail (2)Doug Peterson
Monday, January 16, 201226DE-mail that's sent out by the millionsAndrea Carla Michaels
Sunday, December 4, 201129DName sung over and over in a Monty Python skitKelsey Blakley
Sunday, May 29, 2011132DFiltered stuffJeremy Newton and Tony Orbach
Monday, January 10, 201164AE-mail filter's targetJames Tuttle
Sunday, December 12, 201049AMany unopened lettersKaren Young Bonin
Monday, March 15, 201010AUsually deleted e-mailFred Piscop
Tuesday, February 23, 201019AToo much of e-mailJoanne Sullivan
Thursday, February 4, 201058DHormel canned it in 1937; Congress, in 2003Matt Ginsberg
Monday, November 2, 200960AE-mail woeAndrea Carla Michaels and Kent Clayton
Friday, October 9, 200956DUnwelcome lettersDavid Quarfoot
Monday, August 31, 200938DE-mail often caught in filtersFred Piscop
Thursday, June 25, 200912DRarely read lettersBill Zais
Monday, April 13, 20099AUnwanted e-mail (5)Natan Last
Sunday, April 12, 2009122AMany unread messagesEric Berlin
Tuesday, September 23, 20081AIn-box cloggerRichard Chisholm
Tuesday, September 9, 20081AFilter's targetPatrick John Duggan
Sunday, August 31, 200831D___ blockerAlan Arbesfeld
Tuesday, July 22, 200826ACyberjunkLynn Lempel
Monday, May 5, 20081AMeat featured in a Monty Python musical titleStella Daily and Bruce Venzke
Sunday, May 4, 200899DE-mail annoyanceRichard Silvestri
Sunday, March 9, 200881AUnread messages, usuallyPatrick Berry
Wednesday, March 5, 200858DIt may be caught in a filterSteven Ginzburg
Sunday, March 2, 200878DCanned meat brand (2)Patrick Blindauer and Tony Orbach
Wednesday, June 27, 200740ACanned fare since 1937Barbara Olson
Friday, February 23, 20071AKind of blockerPatrick Merrell
Thursday, December 21, 200642ASubject of a museum in Austin, Minn.Lynn Lempel
Thursday, September 28, 20065ASome term life insurance offersRichard Chisholm
Thursday, September 7, 20065AFood that's the subject of a museum in Austin, Minn.Lucy Gardner Anderson
Friday, February 10, 200626AIncoming clutterHarvey Estes
Friday, December 2, 200519ARelatively common lettersPatrick Merrell
Tuesday, August 30, 200560AUsually unopened mailLeonard Williams
Thursday, July 21, 200547ARarely read messagesPatrick Blindauer
Friday, July 1, 20051DContents of a modern floodBrendan Emmett Quigley
Wednesday, March 2, 200537DMost of it nowadays is filteredJames M. Jenista and Dana McLemore
Tuesday, January 25, 200515AE-garbageLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Tuesday, November 30, 200451DMany cyber-adsJoan Yanofsky
Tuesday, November 9, 20041ACyber-junk mailRobert Dillman
Monday, October 11, 200416AJunk e-mail (3)Jim Hyres
Wednesday, July 7, 200436AA dispiritingly large amount of e-mailLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Wednesday, March 24, 20041ACybertrashNorma Johnson
Monday, February 23, 200449DUnsolicited e-mail (2)Anne Garellick
Monday, January 5, 20041AUnwanted e-mail (5)Allan E. Parrish
Saturday, January 3, 200410AWar fare?James M. and James C. Jenista
Monday, August 25, 200352AComputer in-box annoyanceCraig Kasper
Wednesday, April 30, 200310ACyber-nuisanceJerry E. Rosman
Tuesday, April 22, 200327APesky e-mailsNancy Kavanaugh
Friday, March 7, 20031DFlood with offers, sayHarvey Estes
Saturday, November 23, 20021DUnwanted 41-AcrossDana Motley
Monday, November 4, 200224DUnwanted e-mail (5)Peter Gordon
Wednesday, August 21, 200254AUnwanted cyber-adsJoel Kaplow
Saturday, July 6, 200211AComputer nuisanceNancy Joline
Sunday, March 24, 200239DFoxhole fareCon Pederson
Wednesday, January 16, 200268AUnwanted e-mail (5)Linda Bushman
Friday, June 2, 20009DModern junkManny Nosowsky
Monday, January 17, 200033AUnwanted e-mail (5)Trip Payne
Saturday, June 5, 199926AHit with unwanted messagesRich Norris
Thursday, December 3, 19989AE-mail nuisanceCathy Millhauser
Monday, November 30, 19981DMeat in a canCynthia Joy Higgins
Tuesday, September 22, 199833DJunk E-mail (3)Nancy Salomon
Tuesday, September 1, 199854DW.W. II fareGene Newman
Tuesday, July 7, 19981AFront-line chow, onceElizabeth C. Gorski
Saturday, May 23, 199822DCyberannoyanceRich Norris
Friday, January 9, 199838DCanned product since 1937Manny Nosowsky
Wednesday, November 26, 19971AJunk E-mail (3)Nancy Schuster
Tuesday, February 11, 199719ACanned meat brand (2)P. Jordan
Monday, June 17, 19961DArmed forces chow itemS. L. Robbins
Thursday, January 4, 199610AField foodF. & L. Sabin
Tuesday, July 4, 19956AG.I. grubFran & Lou Sabin
Tuesday, January 17, 19951DW.W. II meatGregory E. Paul
Saturday, December 31, 199430DInfantry fareAlex K. Justin
Tuesday, May 17, 199439DLunch meatHarvey Estes

1 result for SPAM from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
June 24, 2001diagramless6AUnwanted e-mailPeter Gordon

43 results for SPAM from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Tuesday, April 27, 19931AW.W. II rationJoy L. WoukMaleska
Thursday, June 13, 19914DCanned meatKenneth WitteMaleska
Thursday, December 20, 199050DMex., Arg., etc.Robert H. WolfeMaleska
Saturday, September 9, 198947DSpiced pork trademarkKevin BoyleMaleska
Thursday, October 20, 19885DG.I. rationMary S. SnyderMaleska
Thursday, September 29, 198854DCanned meatS. E. WilkinsonMaleska
Friday, January 9, 198714AW.W. II rationsCharles E. GerschMaleska
Friday, March 7, 19861ACanned meat of W.W. IIS. E. WilkinsonMaleska
Friday, April 19, 198546DMex., Guat., Arg., etc.William LutwiniakMaleska
Friday, February 8, 198519AG.I.'s ration in W.W. IIIrene SmullyanMaleska
Saturday, October 1, 19831DMex., Hond. et al.Ernst TheimerMaleska
Thursday, November 20, 198052DMex., Arg., Bol., etc.William LutwiniakMaleska
Thursday, January 17, 198050APart of the Occident: Abbr.William LutwiniakMaleska
Friday, May 20, 197710AG.I.'s ration in W.W. IIJean ReedMaleska
Thursday, December 27, 19735AMexico, Colombia, etc.: Abbr.UnknownWeng
Wednesday, August 23, 197219DArea south of U. S.: Abbr.UnknownWeng
Friday, February 14, 196939ANew World area: Abbr.UnknownWeng
Wednesday, May 22, 19681DCountries S of the U.S.: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Monday, January 22, 196856DPart of the Occident: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, September 17, 1967108DLands to the south: Abbr.Anthony MorseFarrar
Thursday, October 20, 19668AMexico, Cuba, et al.: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Monday, July 4, 196653DPart of the Americas: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, May 5, 19661DPart of the Occident: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, December 15, 19651DPart of the Occident: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, September 2, 196410APart of America: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Monday, June 8, 19641DPart of the Occident: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, January 15, 196410AGlobal area: Abbr.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Monday, May 20, 196310APart of the West: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, February 28, 19631APart of 48 Down: Abbr.Jean ReedFarrar
Tuesday, December 18, 196227DPart of the Western world: Abbr.Sidney LambertFarrar
Monday, October 15, 196232DNeighbor of U. S.: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 1, 196242AOccidental region: Abbr.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Monday, April 16, 196234DPart of the Western Hemisphere: Abbr.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Friday, December 30, 196054DPart of the Occident: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Friday, September 23, 196030DSpanish America: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, July 12, 196069APart of our continent: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Tuesday, June 28, 196050DGlobal area: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, March 9, 196010AScene of Eisenhower's recent trip: Abbr.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, April 27, 19586ACountries of the Caribbean: Abbr.Grace HosterFarrar
Wednesday, September 19, 195628DSpanish American: Abbr.Norton RhoadesFarrar
Friday, August 6, 195450DCountries south of the border: Abbr.Alice CookFarrar
Thursday, November 30, 195053AFood for the infantry.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, November 11, 194529AG.I. steak.Louis BaronFarrar

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