LINUS is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for LINUS in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "LINUS" answer was first appeared in "14 Mar 1994" NYT Crossword for the hint of "“Peanuts” character (3)". It was authored by Ernie Furtado. Recently, the "LINUS" answer has been used for "8 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Cartoon character often seen sucking his thumb". It was authored by Robert Logan. "LINUS" appeared 21 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "LINUS" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
8 Dec 2023 42D Cartoon character often seen sucking his thumb Robert Logan
15 Oct 2022 57A Boy who said “Sure, Charlie Brown, I can tell you what Christmas is all about” John Hawksley
4 Sep 2022 63A Middle van Pelt child in “Peanuts” Tracy Gray
2 Jun 2021 18A “Peanuts” boy Jesse Goldberg
8 May 2018 7D “Peanuts” boy with a blanket Ori Brian
5 Mar 2018 18D “Peanuts” boy with a security blanket Lynn Lempel
24 Dec 2017 104D Boy in “A Charlie Brown Christmas” Mary Lou Guizzo and Jeff Chen
7 May 2017 47D “Peanuts” boy Natan Last, Finn Vigeland and the J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
3 Jul 2016 111D “Peanuts” thumb-sucker Samuel A. Donaldson
22 Jun 2015 46A “Peanuts” boy with a blanket Joel Fagliano
1 Oct 2014 14A “Peanuts” kid with a security blanket Elizabeth C. Gorski
22 Jul 2011 35D Second pope, following St. Peter Todd McClary
24 Apr 2011 82D Comics character who said “Big sisters are the crab grass in the lawn of life” Caleb Madison and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
15 Sep 2010 49D “Peanuts” boy with a blanket Zoe Wheeler, Brown University ’12
29 Dec 2002 91A “Peanuts” character Richard Silvestri
2 Sep 2002 1A “Peanuts” boy Norma Johnson and Nancy Salomon
15 Mar 2000 56A Boy with a blanket Jim Page
20 Oct 1998 1A “Peanuts” boy Fred Piscop
27 Apr 1997 68D “Peanuts” boy Matt Gaffney
16 Feb 1996 7D “Peanuts” character M. Nosowsky
14 Mar 1994 30D “Peanuts” character Ernie Furtado

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