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

This "TWO" answer was first appeared in "8 Dec 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Brace (4)". It was authored by Norma Steinberg. Recently, the "TWO" answer has been used for "7 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "First prime". It was authored by Rebecca Goldstein. In the NYT Crossword, this answer has been used most frequently for the hint: "What it takes to tango (6)". "TWO" appeared 148 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "TWO" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
7 Dec 2023 57D First prime Rebecca Goldstein
19 Nov 2023 110D Common factor Rebecca Goldstein and Rachel Fabi
18 Oct 2023 56D II Joseph Gangi
10 Oct 2023 52A Smallest prime number Nate Cardin
13 Aug 2023 71D Low digit Manaal Mohammed
6 Aug 2023 99A Unpopular bill Lisa Senzel and Jeff Chen
9 Apr 2023 23D English dos John Ewbank
1 Jan 2023 43A What a V-sign might indicate Adam Wagner, Michael Lieberman and Rafael Musa
3 Dec 2022 30A “Between ___ Ferns” (Zach Galifianakis web series) Kate Hawkins
7 Nov 2022 16A How many it takes to tango Jill Singer
28 Oct 2022 48D Afternoon hour Will Nediger
3 Oct 2022 67A First clue number in this puzzle that doesn’t have an Across answer Sarah Sinclair
15 Sep 2022 30D Helium, on the periodic table Ruth Bloomfield Margolin
14 Aug 2022 74A Retired jersey number for the 76ers’ Moses Malone Jeff Chen and Jim Horne
18 May 2022 30D Number of hole cards in Texas hold ’em Andy Kravis
6 Apr 2022 32A Start of all Washington, D.C., ZIP codes Damon Gulczynski
6 Mar 2022 84D It’s under @ on a keyboard Matthew Stock and Will Nediger
1 Jul 2021 2D ← Joe Deeney
11 Jun 2021 50D “Arguing with a fool proves there are ___”: Doris M. Smith Matthew Stock
25 May 2021 21D Start of every ZIP code in Washington, D.C. Kristian House and Mike Dockins
27 Mar 2021 33D Divisor in the golden ratio Michael Hawkins
9 Feb 2021 24A Early afternoon hour Colin Ernst
26 Nov 2020 44D A pair Neville Fogarty
2 Nov 2020 59D Start of every ZIP code in Virginia Luke Vaughn
11 Oct 2020 39A Power of a square Gary Larson
17 Aug 2020 58D What it takes to tango Alan Massengill and Andrea Carla Michaels
7 Mar 2020 27A Small cardinal Robyn Weintraub
27 Feb 2020 53A A pair Andrew Kingsley and John Lieb
22 Dec 2019 22D Complement of turtledoves in a Christmas song Laura Taylor Kinnel
7 Oct 2019 4D {See Notepad} Keiran King
18 Jun 2019 31D Number of words in the shortest verse in the Bible (John 11:35) Jeff Stillman
14 May 2019 41D Value of snake eyes Damon Gulczynski
28 Apr 2019 84A A brace Brendan Emmett Quigley
14 Jan 2019 59D A couple Craig Stowe
21 Oct 2018 95D Afternoon hour Finn Vigeland
9 Oct 2018 32A What it takes to tango Natan Last, Andy Kravis and the J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
12 Sep 2018 59A What the V sign can also represent Jeffrey Wechsler
18 Aug 2018 54D Derek Jeter’s retired number Mark Diehl
11 Apr 2018 21A Lowest broadcast TV channel Keiran King
23 Jan 2018 1A Value of snake eyes in craps Jim Hilger
11 Jan 2018 43A Square figure? Sam Trabucco
20 Dec 2017 47A See 46-Across Talitha Randall
25 Sep 2017 30D What it takes to tango Bruce Haight
11 Sep 2017 23D A pair Erik Agard and Paolo Pasco
6 Aug 2017 72A Rare craps roll Patrick Berry
18 May 2017 34D Derek Jeter, for the Yankees Jacob Stulberg
17 Apr 2017 30A Bill with Jefferson’s portrait Peter Gordon
21 Mar 2017 61D Noah count? George Barany and John D. Child
13 Mar 2017 51D Tango requirement Alan DeLoriea
23 Jan 2017 33D What it takes to tango Bruce Haight
1 Aug 2016 61D Requirement for a tango Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
14 Jul 2016 49A With 19-Across, U.S. representative’s term David J. Kahn
3 Jul 2016 34D Wee hour Samuel A. Donaldson
7 May 2016 33D First word of Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” Kyle Mahowald
3 Apr 2016 114D Brace Natan Last
15 Jan 2016 10D Smallest prime Patrick Berry
6 Oct 2015 14D Number of times the Twins have won the World Series, appropriately Zhouqin Burnikel
13 May 2015 39D Number of graduates in the first class at West Point (1802) Jeffrey Wechsler
24 Jan 2015 50D Brace Kevin G. Der
15 Jan 2015 26D Tango number Herre Schouwerwou
23 Nov 2014 67D Tommy Lasorda’s jersey number Patrick Berry
8 Nov 2014 4D With 22-Across, obsolescent club Barry C. Silk
9 Sep 2014 53A Number often given to a maitre d’ Ed Sessa
10 Jun 2014 28D “Terrible” age Pamela Klawitter
25 May 2014 10D See 6-Down Dan Schoenholz
12 May 2014 66D Number of points scored by a safety Gary Cee
2 Apr 2014 49D Wee hour David Levinson Wilk
3 Sep 2013 59D Team size in beach volleyball Dan Schoenholz
18 Jun 2013 39A What it takes to tango Tim Croce
31 May 2013 34D Shout repeated at a basketball game Josh Knapp
7 Apr 2013 117D Moses Malone, on the 76ers Matt Ginsberg
2 Apr 2013 43A First or last digit of D.C.’s area code Ian Livengood
18 Feb 2013 34A Maximum number of terms for a U.S. president Jeffrey Harris
7 Nov 2012 5A Wee hour George Fitzgerald and Nancy Salomon
26 Aug 2012 92A A couple of Amanda Yesnowitz and Doug Peterson
13 Jun 2012 34D 1955 Thunderbird seating capacity Susan Gelfand
29 May 2012 44A … of a 1903 Washington stamp Daniel A. Finan
29 Apr 2012 112A See 105-Across Tracy Gray
24 Apr 2012 35A Tango requirement Adam G. Perl
20 Feb 2012 11A With 17-Across, value of some opinions Samuel A. Donaldson
4 Jan 2012 59D Duo Brendan Emmett Quigley
30 Oct 2011 86A Number of X’s in this puzzle’s answer Andrea Carla Michaels & Patrick Blindauer
6 Jun 2011 59D Start of D.C.’s ZIP codes or area code Gary Whitehead
12 May 2011 44D Blue ball Patrick John Duggan
5 Feb 2011 7D Company quota Mark Diehl
26 Oct 2010 61A Duo Chris Handman
14 Jun 2010 53A A pair Mark Feldman
18 Feb 2010 19A “Table for ___?” Caleb Madison
23 Dec 2009 11D See 32-Down Jonathan Porat
7 Dec 2009 59D Duet number Ed Sessa
15 Nov 2009 109D Tandem’s capacity Elizabeth C. Gorski
17 Aug 2009 50A A pair Mike Buckley
4 May 2009 25A What it takes to tango Mark Milhet
3 Feb 2009 25A Early afternoon hour Katie Yeager
10 Aug 2008 113D Couple Will Nediger
30 Oct 2007 47D A duo Gary Steinmehl
25 Sep 2007 22D Afternoon hour Randall J. Hartman
23 Sep 2007 48D Deuce David Levinson Wilk
21 Aug 2007 62D First and last digit in a Manhattan area code Tom Heilman
22 Jun 2007 45A Word with time or tone Mike Nothnagel
27 May 2007 116A Retired number of Dodger Tommy Lasorda Patrick Berry
19 Oct 2006 24A Not many Raymond C. Young
28 Aug 2006 36D A wee hour Stanley Newman
27 Feb 2006 65D What the “bi” in bicycle means Ed Early
22 Sep 2005 26A Solid-colored pool ball Patrick Merrell
2 Jun 2005 37A Quip, part 3 Levi Denham
24 Apr 2005 69A With 71-Across, heavy, as a truck Brendan Emmett Quigley
5 Dec 2004 70A It’s due in Venice David J. Kahn
25 Nov 2004 47A Number of talking animals in the Bible Nancy Salomon and Earl W. Reed
22 Sep 2004 50A Cube root of eight David J. Kahn
11 Sep 2004 57D With 2-Down, certain mismatch Byron Walden
16 Jul 2004 31A Coupe complement Craig Kasper
24 May 2004 32A Duo Frederick J. Healy
19 Jan 2004 21D Number of teeth Goofy has Zach Jesse
2 Oct 2003 53A Tango requirement Elizabeth C. Gorski
23 Jun 2003 16A Toddler’s age Raymond Hamel
23 Mar 2003 111D A doubleheader Con Pederson
25 Sep 2002 56D Wee hour Tyler Hinman
6 Sep 2002 28A Word repeated in a basketball chant Manny Nosowsky
11 Jun 2002 37D It’s “company” Nancy Kavanaugh
22 Mar 2002 1A Common ticket buyer’s request Randall J. Hartman
14 Jan 2002 41A Couple Michael Shteyman
20 Sep 2001 52A ___-timer David J. Kahn
11 May 2001 59D Double standard? Martin Ashwood-Smith
24 Apr 2001 55A Points scored for a safety Tyler Hinman
4 Feb 2001 44D Pair Frank A. Longo
4 Jul 2000 60D See 56-Down Tyler Hinman
25 May 2000 19A Afternoon time Elizabeth C. Gorski
29 Nov 1999 21D Lowest VHF channel Richard Chisholm
24 Oct 1999 57A One after another? Nancy Salomon
27 Jan 1999 36A Company, proverbially Leslie Billig
10 Jul 1998 28A Seesaw necessity Brendan Emmett Quigley
4 Jul 1998 47D Low card Harvey Estes
28 May 1998 61D Couple Patrick Jordan
17 Apr 1998 57A One’s successor Matt Gaffney
30 Jan 1998 35A Double standard? Martin Ashwood-Smith
18 Jan 1998 67A Seesaw quorum Ed Early and Bob Klahn
27 Sep 1997 30D Brace Matt Gaffney
5 Sep 1997 49D Company number Harvey Estes
20 Apr 1997 6D Tangoing number Charles M. Deber
18 Jun 1996 47A Doubles team E. C. Gorski
14 Jan 1996 114D Afternoon hour C. Millhauser
28 Mar 1995 47A “Tea for ___” (1925 hit) Christopher Page
31 Jan 1995 21A Tango requirement Albert J. Klaus
31 Dec 1994 4D 1940 Broadway hit “___for the Show” Alex K. Justin
25 Sep 1994 135D Sophia Loren’s “___ Women” Nancy Nicholson Joline
15 May 1994 85A Doublet Charles M. Deber
8 Dec 1993 58D Brace Norma Steinberg

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