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47 Results for LOEB

32 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences). See the dictionary definition.

Monday, September 7, 201569ALisa with the 1994 #1 hit "Stay (I Missed You)" (2)Paula Gamache
Thursday, July 31, 20141AFinancial writer Marshall (3)Jill Denny and Jeff Chen
Saturday, July 12, 20148DBanker/philanthropist SolomonTim Croce and Alex Vratsanos
Thursday, May 22, 201429DLeopold's partner in crime (4)Adam G. Perl
Sunday, April 20, 201439DFinancial writer Marshall (3)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Tuesday, March 18, 201418DEditor Marshall of financial publicationsDavid Kwong
Wednesday, November 27, 201346ALisa with the 1997 hit "I Do"Jules P. Markey
Thursday, November 21, 201323DHarvard University Press's ___ Classical LibraryJules P. Markey
Monday, June 4, 201241DRichard ___, Clarence Darrow defendantJohn R. O'Brien
Sunday, October 24, 201095DTrial of the Century defendantBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sunday, August 29, 201036ALisa with the #1 hit "Stay (I Missed You)" (2)Derek Bowman
Sunday, March 7, 201027DLeopold's partner in crime (4)Tony Orbach and Patrick Blindauer
Tuesday, October 20, 20094DLeopold's 1920s co-defendant (2)Gary Cee
Saturday, June 20, 200954A1924 co-defendantBrad Wilber
Wednesday, May 27, 200933DLeopold's partner in a sensational 1924 trialCorey Rubin
Thursday, April 23, 200963DFinancial writer Marshall (3)Steve Dobis
Tuesday, September 9, 200823ASinger Lisa with the 1994 #1 hit "Stay"Patrick John Duggan
Saturday, May 3, 200826D___ Classical Library, 500+ volume series begun in 1911Patrick Berry
Monday, June 5, 200627DLeopold's co-defendant in 1920's crimeFred Piscop
Tuesday, September 13, 200560ALeopold's 1920's co-defendant (2)Stella Daily and Bruce Venzke
Sunday, December 12, 200462AFamous murder defendant of the 1920’sLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Tuesday, November 25, 20036DLeopold's celebrated murder co-defendant of the 1920'sAllan E. Parrish
Sunday, June 8, 200349ASee 52-AcrossElizabeth C. Gorski
Thursday, August 8, 20021APop singer LisaPatrick Merrell
Wednesday, July 3, 200210D"Stay" singer LisaPeter Gordon
Monday, February 28, 200028ALeopold and ___ (big 1920's murder case)Jerry E. Rosman
Thursday, February 3, 200017ADarrow client (2)Thomas W. Schier
Sunday, November 21, 199912DLeopold's partner in crime (4)Patrick D. Berry
Thursday, April 8, 199961AMoney writer Marshall ___David J. Kahn
Monday, August 5, 199649ALeopold and ___ (1920's murder case)F. Piscop
Friday, August 2, 199657DDarrow client, 1924 (2)J. Herrington
Tuesday, December 6, 199419DLeopold's partner in crime (4)Wayne Robert Williams

15 results for LOEB from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Sunday, April 22, 19908DLeopold's codefendantMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Sunday, August 23, 198740DU.S. banker-philanthropist: 1867-1933Jim PageMaleska
Friday, October 21, 198325DDarrow clientTap OsbornMaleska
Sunday, January 3, 198231ADarrow clientE.T.M.Maleska
Thursday, July 16, 198131AOne of Darrow's clientsJohn GreenmanMaleska
Wednesday, June 3, 198139DFamed physiologist: 1859–1924Rosalind PavaneMaleska
Sunday, March 15, 198142DU.S. philanthropist:1867–1933Lynn Gilbert LempelMaleska
Saturday, February 3, 197947AClassical Library founderVincent L. OsborneMaleska
Sunday, December 19, 1976111DU.S. bankerAnne FoxWeng
Monday, June 30, 197522DLeopold's crime partnerBeverly J. SewardWeng
Sunday, September 8, 1974127ALeopold's partnerFrances HansenWeng
Tuesday, September 3, 197436D"Compulsion" kidnapperJim PageWeng
Friday, August 10, 197311DU. S. bankerUnknownWeng
Sunday, May 17, 19701AName in U. S. bankingBruce R. ShawWeng
Sunday, November 16, 195288AFounder of a famed classical library.Eugene MaleskaFarrar