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117 results for TYPE

54 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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122AKind (2)David Kwong
17DKind (2)Tom McCoy
12DeHarmony infoRobyn Weintraub
42DWrite using a keyboardPeter Gordon
125AIt used to be made of leadPatrick Blindauer
26ASort (2)Roland Huget
25DVariety (3)Zhouqin Burnikel
67AGenre (2)Timothy Polin
58AInfo for a dating siteJoanne Sullivan
111DInfo for a dating profileJerry Miccolis
27DRedheads or book lovers, maybeAlex Bajcz
32DClassTony Orbach
40DDo data entryPatrick Berry
19AUse a keyboard (3)Joel Fagliano
35DIlk (2)Stanley Newman
108DInformation gleaned from a dating siteElizabeth C. Gorski
56DBang outDoug Peterson and Brad Wilber
29DGenre (2)John R. O'Brien
49AFamily (2)Scott Atkinson
27DEnter with a keyboardDoug Peterson and Angela Olson Halsted
8DFont contentsRobert A. Doll
76DVariety (3)Cathy Allis
119APound the keysBarry C. Silk & Doug Peterson
59ADisclosure on eHarmonyNatan Last
64AIlk (2)Will Nediger
44DVariety (3)Paula Gamache
39AUse a keyboard (3)Steve Kahn
8DUse 7-DownJohn Farmer
50DEnterTony Orbach
6AHunt and peck, e.g.David Benkof
33DUse keysJoe DiPietro
17DFamily (2)George Barany and Michael Shteyman
52DPound a keyboardMike Torch
42DLettersMark Diehl
22ADating considerationNancy Kavanaugh
13DSort (2)Alan Arbesfeld
71AUse a keyboard (3)Nancy Kavanaugh
59APound a SelectricM. Preston Sherwood
38DPlay a key role?Elizabeth C. Gorski
31DClassificationGreg Staples
23ABook marksPatrick D. Berry
60DKey inEd Early
19AA or B, e.g.Manny Nosowsky
49AHunt and peckElizabeth C. Gorski
65AClassify, as bloodRobert Goldberg
70AA or O, e.g. (2)Stanley B. Whitten
19AUse a Smith-CoronaE.C. Gorski
67AO, e.g.R. H. Wolfe
117AEnter, in a wayR. Norris
123ABang out, in a wayEric Albert
54DPound the keyboardChuck Deodene
99DA or O, e.g. (2)Rich Norris
57A"Not my _____"Joel Davajan
1AWord with blood or touchA.J. Santora

63 results for TYPE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

42DVarietyRobert H. WolfeMaleska
55AIlkS. E. BookerMaleska
40DAgate or picaEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
31DSortMary M. MurdochMaleska
60DSortAlbert J. KlausMaleska
63AUse a word processorVirginia L. YatesMaleska
61AKidneyMartha J. DeWittMaleska
50DClassificationJoel D. LafargueMaleska
62AKind; sortChristy RidleyMaleska
57ADo office workTap OsbornMaleska
61AKindAudrey KochMaleska
1ABang the keyboardRobert KatzMaleska
54DWord with setter or writerWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
68AExemplarStephanie SpadacciniMaleska
53DKind of castingD. DavisWeng
44AKind of casting or writerGeorge MadridWeng
13DRoman or italicBill HartmanWeng
39AKind of castingEugene SardWeng
28ASortJack LuzzattoWeng
2DElite or RomanVictor GoldfarbWeng
27DDo an office jobVirginia GodwinWeng
55ASortA. J. SantoraWeng
66AKind of writerUnknownWeng
67ADo office workUnknownWeng
40AHunt and peckTanaquil Le ClerqWeng
26DAgate or picaUnknownWeng
43DDo an office choreUnknownWeng
116DKindJohn WilligWeng
61DRoman or boldfaceMel TaubWeng
62DWrite in a wayUnknownWeng
3DBodoni, for one.UnknownFarrar
2DBodoni, for one.S. A. KayFarrar
29DAct the steno.William LutwiniakFarrar
29ACaslon, for one.Will WengFarrar
137ARoman.Christine ValenceFarrar
39DPearl, agate, etc.UnknownFarrar
13DRoman, for one.UnknownFarrar
63AParticular kind.UnknownFarrar
26ACast (an actor) repeatedly in the same kind of role.UnknownFarrar
8DCaslon, for one.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
40AExemplar.John ByrneFarrar
52DOld English, for example.Louise EarnestFarrar
13DRoman, for example.UnknownFarrar
56AGothic, for example.UnknownFarrar
6DRoman, for one.UnknownFarrar
62AElite or Roman.UnknownFarrar
13DPound the keys.UnknownFarrar
12DRoman, for example.Walt ClarkFarrar
61ARoman, for example.Thomas MeekinFarrar
51DTranscribe.Maura JacobsonFarrar
45ARoman or boldface.UnknownFarrar
7DRoman.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
5DCaslon or Bodoni.Herbert EttensonFarrar
22AVariety.Roberta MorseFarrar
45DCaslon or Bodoni.UnknownFarrar
60AIt's measured in points.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
25AAgate, brevier, pica, etc.UnknownFarrar
81AElite, roman, pica, etc.Alice McKinleyFarrar
85DKind.Betty C. CrismanFarrar