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43 results for SPANISH

8 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
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Wednesday, April 5, 201743DLanguage that utilizes the letter "ñ"Alex Eaton-Salners
Monday, November 29, 20107D"Cómo está usted?" languageElizabeth A. Long
Sunday, February 19, 200694DSee 92-DownJoe DiPietro
Thursday, July 29, 20047DFlorida colonizers, with "the"Patrick Merrell
Sunday, February 10, 200267AWhere El Niño comes fromHarvey Estes & Nancy Salomon
Sunday, June 10, 200170DCordovan, e.g.Cathy Millhauser
Thursday, February 27, 199746AHigh school subjectRaymond C. Young
Sunday, November 26, 1995110A_____ riceHarvey Estes

2 results for SPANISH from Variety puzzles.

September 15, 2013cryptic20DBridge is high school elective (7)Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
March 16, 2008acrosticALike the words in un diccionarioEmily Cox & Henry Rathvon

33 results for SPANISH from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Saturday, January 2, 199311DColo.'s ___ PeaksBernard MerenMaleska
Saturday, June 16, 199055AKind of omeletNancy JolineMaleska
Tuesday, August 9, 198824D___ MainChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Friday, July 31, 198736AKind of mossChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Tuesday, October 16, 197914DCervantes's tongueHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Wednesday, May 4, 197712AKind of "Eyes" in a songHenry HookMaleska
Monday, December 20, 19769DOlive or omeletLucile H. BowersWeng
Sunday, January 5, 197527AOnion or omeletDiana SessionsWeng
Thursday, June 3, 197135AKind of omeletUnknownWeng
Sunday, August 4, 196335DA kind of onion.Mary E. GrowFarrar
Monday, April 8, 196325DRomance language.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, March 8, 196125DRomance language.UnknownFarrar
Monday, December 21, 19595D___ America.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 12, 195915AKind of onion.W. E. JonesFarrar
Thursday, October 2, 195840DLanguage course.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, February 16, 19589AIberian.Arthur LewisFarrar
Sunday, November 18, 19568DLanguage.Ralph AndersonFarrar
Friday, September 10, 195424DCastilian.S. A. KayFarrar
Friday, June 18, 195430ARomance language.Anthony MorseFarrar
Sunday, November 22, 195387ALanguage of 100,000,000.W. E. JonesFarrar
Saturday, May 10, 195224DPopular language course.UnknownFarrar
Monday, October 29, 19511ATongue of 90,000,000 people.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, October 21, 19517DNatives of the Canary Islands.J. L. WilkinsonFarrar
Thursday, December 21, 19508ALanguage not spoken in Brazil.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
Tuesday, November 7, 195017AThe talk of Madrid.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sunday, August 6, 195035DKind of bull Ferdinand is.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, May 9, 19488AThe talk of Madrid.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sunday, July 20, 19471DThe tongue of Cervantes.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, December 2, 1945105DA State Dept. major problem.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
Sunday, April 9, 19449ALanguage of the Falangists.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sunday, January 16, 19447ANationality of Francisco Franco.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Sunday, June 13, 194315ARomance language.Joseph C. EmidyFarrar
Sunday, August 16, 1942110DContestants in a recent civil war.Jack LuzzatoFarrar