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81 results for SPIES

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

Tue Sep 26, 201767AJohn le Carré heroesJoy Behar and Lynn Lempel
Sat Dec 3, 201642ASpooks (3)Jason Flinn
Sun Jan 24, 201640DSecret collectorsFrancis Heaney and Brendan Emmett Quigley
Mon Aug 10, 201524D007 and othersC. W. Stewart
Sun Feb 3, 201340DSome "Bourne" film charactersDan Schoenholz
Fri Sep 16, 201121AThey may work for both sidesJoe DiPietro
Thu May 26, 201150DFears of some paranoiacsAshish Vengsarkar
Wed Apr 21, 201015DBlack and white Mad magazine figuresPeter A. Collins
Tue Apr 21, 200931DBlack-clad and white-clad Mad adversariesRonald J. and Nancy J. Byron
Fri Oct 21, 200529DUses a tap, perhapsLouis Hildebrand
Sun Apr 9, 200065DThose seeking intelligenceJoe DiPietro
Sun Jul 18, 199968ASpooks (3)Nancy Nicholson Joline
Wed Oct 7, 199836APeople who aren't what they seemRandall J. Hartman
Sat Aug 3, 199628DShadowsA. D. Cover
Mon Apr 17, 199538ACloak-and-dagger typesKenneth Witte
Sat Apr 15, 199545ASpooks (3)Bob Klahn
Sun Feb 26, 199581A1928 Fritz Lang thrillerFred Piscop
Mon Jan 17, 199425ASometimes they get the hang of itSidney L. Robbins

1 result for SPIES from Variety puzzles.

Aug 27, 2006diagramless66ABond and othersJim Hyres

62 results for SPIES from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Tue Nov 17, 199224DDouble agentsEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Apr 9, 199147DSome are molesWilliam BaxleyMaleska
Fri Mar 8, 199120APeople of intelligenceArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Thu Mar 1, 199028AAndré and HariMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Sun Oct 22, 1989119ASecret passersPhyllis FehringerMaleska
Sun Jun 19, 198858DOperativesNancy RossMaleska
Thu Jun 16, 198818DCertain molesMargaret W. HuskeyMaleska
Fri Oct 30, 198730ANorthern ___ (apples)Kathryn RighterMaleska
Fri Jul 10, 198725AActs like CalebBernice GordonMaleska
Sun Jul 28, 198528DUnfriendly observersLouis BaronMaleska
Thu Mar 21, 198525DPeople of intelligenceDaniel GirardiMaleska
Sun Jan 1, 198444DSmiley's peopleAlfio MicciMaleska
Tue Aug 9, 198336ASome K.G.B. menCharles EnglerMaleska
Mon Aug 2, 198251ASecret agentsWhittenMaleska
Sun Jul 18, 198234ASome are molesRuth N. SchultzMaleska
Fri Apr 17, 198161AC.I.A. employeesC. J. AngioMaleska
Sun Feb 15, 198166DHale and HariJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Sun Nov 16, 198018DTriple agentsAlfio MicciMaleska
Thu Sep 18, 198024DNorthern ___ (apples)C. J. AngioMaleska
Fri Sep 12, 19806DHari et al.Hugh McElroyMaleska
Thu Jul 31, 198022ATriple agentsJean J. DavisonMaleska
Mon Aug 27, 19791ADouble agentsMeunierMaleska
Fri May 25, 197925AHale and HariJonesMaleska
Sun Jul 9, 197858DHale and HariHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sat Apr 29, 197824DUndercover menMeltzerMaleska
Sun Mar 12, 1978103AInfiltratorsWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Thu Jun 2, 197714AFleming charactersHenry HookMaleska
Sun Mar 27, 197729ACatches sight ofJay SpryMaleska
Fri Mar 18, 197740AHari and HaleJames A. BrusselMaleska
Wed Nov 24, 197629DCertain informersAnn JenkinsWeng
Tue Jul 29, 197542ANorthern ___ (apples)Bert H. KruseWeng
Sun Feb 9, 197564DSecret seekersWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Tue Apr 30, 197424ASecretive onesS. A. KayWeng
Sun Jan 27, 197478AUses binocularsAlexander BlackWeng
Sat Jan 26, 197428AHigh-risk workersH. Hastings ReddallWeng
Thu Jun 28, 197325DMata Hari, etc.UnknownWeng
Sun Jun 18, 1972120DSnoopersHerbert EttensonWeng
Sat Jan 8, 19725DAgentsUnknownWeng
Sun May 9, 197131AHari et al.Marian PearceWeng
Thu Mar 20, 196959ABond and others.UnknownWeng
Fri Feb 21, 196950DSnoops.UnknownWeng
Fri Aug 18, 196730ACurrent heroes, in fact or fiction.Evelyn BenshoofFarrar
Sun Jan 9, 196687D007, et al.William LutwiniakFarrar
Tue Jul 13, 196562AHeroes of current fiction.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jul 18, 196324DFront-page figures.UnknownFarrar
Fri Feb 1, 196333ACloak-and-dagger men.Alda F. ZimpelFarrar
Sat Jan 23, 196025DKeeps watch.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 9, 1959109ARosencrantz and Guildenstern, for example.Ted DombrasFarrar
Thu Sep 18, 195829APerceives.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tue Aug 12, 195824AGains sight of.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Mon Jun 4, 195618ASecret agents.Madeline CorseFarrar
Wed Dec 28, 195524DIntriguing characters.UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 18, 195548DNorthern ___ (apples).Helen BernardFarrar
Wed Jun 15, 195549DSecret agents.M. S. ManningFarrar
Mon Sep 13, 19541DSecret agents.Elsie BishopFarrar
Tue Jun 2, 195364ANorthern ___, winter apples.Harold T. BersFarrar
Tue May 22, 19511DFuchs, Gold, etc.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 22, 195183ASecret agents.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Apr 1, 1951139AF. B. I. targets.Israel GitterFarrar
Fri Jan 5, 195153DTargets of the F. B. I.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 30, 194787DCloak and dagger men.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Jun 17, 194557DJ. Edgar Hoover's prey.P. J. LamannaFarrar