A History of Short Words

From the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

ONES

Sun, 19 May '24
Change for a 32-Across, perhaps
Sun, 24 Mar '24
Simoleons
Sat, 24 Feb '24
Small tips
Sat, 13 Jan '24
Till portion
Tue, 26 Dec '23
Digits carried in long division
Fri, 22 Dec '23
Gender-neutral possessive
Tue, 12 Dec '23
Start and end of every row in Pascal's triangle
Fri, 29 Sep '23
Singles
Fri, 4 Aug '23
Column on the far right, maybe
Sun, 30 Jul '23
Small tips, maybe
Sun, 4 Jun '23
Gender-neutral possessive pronoun
Wed, 12 Apr '23
Snake eyes
Sat, 4 Mar '23
___ place
Sat, 25 Feb '23
See 36-Across
Tue, 24 Jan '23
Roughly half of binary code
Fri, 23 Dec '22
Bucks
Sun, 23 Oct '22
Low-scoring Yahtzee category
Wed, 19 Oct '22
Kind of column
Thu, 6 Oct '22
Sun, 3 Jul '22
Small bits of dough
Sat, 14 May '22
Gender-neutral pronoun
Sun, 6 Mar '22
Neighbors of exclamation marks
Sat, 5 Mar '22
Low dice roll
Mon, 20 Dec '21
Change for a five
Fri, 3 Dec '21
Gender-neutral possessive
Thu, 21 Oct '21
Scoreboard numbers when a baseball team puts up a "picket fence"
Mon, 11 Oct '21
Half of the digits in binary code
Wed, 25 Aug '21
There are two in "101 Dalmatians"
Sat, 21 Aug '21
Low notes
Mon, 7 Jun '21
George Washington bills
Mon, 10 May '21
Change for a five
Sun, 2 May '21
Singles
Sun, 21 Mar '21
Typos for exclamation marks if you fail to hit Shift
Fri, 19 Feb '21
Word sometimes substituted for "your"
Thu, 28 Jan '21
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