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

This "PENS" answer was first appeared in "4 Apr 1994" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Bic or Parker products". It was authored by Betty Jorgensen. Recently, the "PENS" answer has been used for "7 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Authors (2)". It was authored by Rebecca Goldstein. "PENS" appeared 72 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "PENS" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
7 Dec 2023 54A Authors Rebecca Goldstein
26 May 2023 22A Pigs’ digs Hemant Mehta
21 Sep 2022 27D Rollerballs, e.g. Matthew Stock
15 Jun 2022 1D Writes Rob Baker
26 Apr 2022 13D Souvenirs from White House signings Simon Marotte
18 Mar 2022 65A Cross products Claire Rimkus and Brooke Husic
1 Feb 2022 40A Pigs’ hangouts Zhouqin Burnikel
7 Jan 2022 32D They can be felt Robyn Weintraub
28 Oct 2021 58D Puts on paper Alan Massengill
20 Sep 2021 23A Products of Pilot and Bic Pao Roy
12 Jul 2021 47A Writes Kevin Christian
30 Mar 2021 30D Calligraphy tools Alex Rosen and Brad Wilber
30 Dec 2020 7D Corrals Kate Hawkins
27 Oct 2020 62A Things you might open with a click Luci Bresette and David Steinberg
5 Jan 2020 107D Writers might click them Will Nediger
13 Oct 2019 97D Calligraphers’ choices Erik Agard
19 Jul 2019 46A Pilot production? Peter Wentz
5 Mar 2019 64A Products from Parker and Cross Joe Deeney
2 Feb 2019 49A Some hotel freebies David Steinberg
4 Oct 2018 57D Female swans Joon Pahk
6 Aug 2018 43A Calligrapher’s collection Andrea Carla Michaels and Mark Diehl
1 Mar 2018 57D Writes Timothy Polin
7 Oct 2017 46D Stock holders Byron Walden
9 Dec 2015 63A Staples of bank counters Jacob Stulberg
14 Nov 2015 46D Stationery shop display Kameron Austin Collins
23 Oct 2015 49D They may be felt on a desk Evan Birnholz
11 Dec 2014 34A Digs for pigs Joe DiPietro
22 Jul 2014 48A Items in pocket protectors Joel Fagliano
29 Apr 2014 63A Writes indelibly Jules P. Markey
1 Feb 2014 27D Desk set Will Nediger
30 Apr 2013 1A Signature pieces? Lynn Lempel
7 Jun 2012 10D Authors Joe Krozel
3 Jan 2012 64A Coops Allan E. Parrish
12 Dec 2011 65A Sharpies, e.g. Gary Cee
9 Mar 2010 3D Waterman products Jeffrey Wechsler
29 Dec 2009 35D Parker products Peter A. Collins
7 Aug 2009 51D Bank chains hold them Manny Nosowsky
29 Jun 2008 15A Cross stock Tony Orbach and Patrick Blindauer
10 May 2007 13D Stockyard divisions Peter A. Collins
22 Oct 2005 34D They used to come from wells Patrick Berry
9 Oct 2005 81D Sharpies, e.g. Kyle Mahowald
14 Aug 2005 28D Female swans Patrick Merrell
31 May 2005 33D Confident solvers’ supply Merl Reagle
8 Oct 2004 14D Set on a desk Joe DiPietro
3 Aug 2004 18D Cross and Parker products Roy Leban
13 Jul 2004 13D What stylophiles collect Kevan Choset
10 Dec 2003 58A Writes Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
3 Jun 2003 43A Paper mates Judy Cole
4 Mar 2003 54A Puts in writing Alan Arbesfeld
3 Oct 2002 63A Stationer’s supply Susan Harrington Smith
21 Jul 2002 82A They may click with writers Trip Payne
16 Jul 2002 1D They used to be lowered into wells Ed Early
20 Jun 2002 40A Zoo sights Steve Jones
23 Nov 2000 13D Confident puzzlers’ tools Louis Hildebrand
11 Oct 1999 54D Highlighters, e.g. Gregory E. Paul
27 Sep 1999 42A Ballpoints, e.g. Ed Early
7 Jun 1999 1D Writes Robert O. Dillman
29 Nov 1998 114A Crosses, e.g. Matt Gaffney
5 Oct 1998 13D State prisons Peter Gordon
27 Sep 1998 100D Parker and Waterman Randolph Ross
19 Dec 1997 41D Composes John Wolting
18 Jun 1997 57D Ballpoints Stanley B. Whitten
14 May 1997 43D Pocket protector items Norman S. Wizer
17 Apr 1997 63A Parker and Waterman Susan Smith
1 Jan 1997 59A Kennel features M. Diehl
27 Dec 1995 68A Cross products David J. Kahn
5 Aug 1995 38A They may be felt Frank A. Longo
17 Jan 1995 26D Bic products Gregory E. Paul
8 Dec 1994 61A They may be felt Randolph Ross
23 Aug 1994 32D Bics, e.g. Peter Gordon
19 May 1994 64A Coolers Richard Silvestri
4 Apr 1994 5A Bic or Parker products Betty Jorgensen

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