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73 results for AGNEW

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

Monday, January 29, 201822AVice president Spiro (3)Lynn Lempel
Wednesday, July 29, 20154DVice president before FordDavid J. Lieb
Sunday, June 15, 201426ANixon's veepTony Orbach
Saturday, April 26, 20149DHe called his critics "pusillanimous pussyfooters"Evan Birnholz
Tuesday, January 14, 20146DNixon's number twoTim Croce
Friday, September 27, 201327D39th vice presidentPeter A. Collins
Monday, July 8, 201347DVice president under NixonRandy Sowell
Thursday, September 16, 201013AFirst Greek-American vice presidentJoey Weissbrot, Brown University '11
Sunday, October 11, 200914DFor whom Safire wrote the words "nattering nabobs of negativism"Randolph Ross
Thursday, December 25, 200831DPredecessor of FordEric Tentarelli
Sunday, September 21, 2008106AOnly U.S. vice president born in MarylandBrendan Emmett Quigley
Tuesday, July 31, 200727ANixon's 1968 running mateAllan E. Parrish
Friday, January 26, 200718AFord's predecessor (2)Mike Nothnagel
Monday, December 4, 20069AVice president Spiro (3)Richard Chisholm
Thursday, April 27, 200647DFord succeeded himGeorge Barany and Michael Shteyman
Monday, April 18, 20051AVice President Spiro (3)Robert Dillman
Thursday, November 14, 200253DFord replaced him (2)Paula Gamache
Thursday, September 12, 200241AFord's predecessor (2)Peter Abide
Sunday, August 11, 200218DRunning mate of '68 (2)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Thursday, June 27, 20022D1973 resignee (4)James R. Leeds
Thursday, February 14, 200227DRunning mate of '68 (2)Janet R. Bender
Sunday, December 23, 200141D10/10/73 resignee (4)Frances Hansen
Thursday, September 28, 200052D1973 resignee (4)Frances Hansen
Friday, December 10, 199949A1973 resignee (4)Gilbert H. Ludwig
Sunday, September 27, 199874DFord predecessorRandolph Ross
Sunday, May 17, 199884DVeep before FordDavid J. Kahn and Hillary B. Kahn
Thursday, February 5, 199828DResigner of 10/10/73Cathy Millhauser
Tuesday, November 25, 199729D1973 resignerGregory E. Paul
Wednesday, December 11, 199631DDiscredited VeepF. & L. Sabin
Tuesday, June 18, 199626D"Nixon" characterE. C. Gorski
Thursday, December 7, 19954DNixon VeepMichael S. Maurer
Wednesday, June 7, 199515DFord replaced him (2)Martin Schneider
Friday, December 9, 19947DOnly Veep from MarylandMatt Gaffney
Friday, October 14, 199433A39th VeepBob Sefick

4 results for AGNEW from Variety puzzles.

November 12, 2017acrosticPVice president who resigned in 1973Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
January 2, 2011acrosticAPresident of the Senate under NixonEmily Cox & Henry Rathvon
February 1, 2009diagramless60DVice president who resigned in 1973Paula Gamache
March 9, 2008panda28DHe was not just any wag in WashingtonMel Taub

35 results for AGNEW from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Monday, September 13, 199337DA Nixon V.P.Robert O. DillmanTaub
Tuesday, January 12, 199329DVice President before FordMichael A. RampinoMaleska
Monday, December 21, 199247AObjector to "nattering nabobs"Jeff HerringtonMaleska
Tuesday, April 21, 199210DNixon running mateNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Tuesday, November 12, 199137AV.P. before FordTap OsbornMaleska
Thursday, January 3, 199147DFord's predecessor in 1973Alan ArbesfeldMaleska
Tuesday, June 27, 19898DA Vice President under NixonWhittenMaleska
Sunday, March 20, 198860AResigned Vice PresidentBert H. KruseMaleska
Thursday, December 18, 198650AVice President before FordJoel D. LafargueMaleska
Tuesday, September 2, 198611DVice President after HumphreyMelvin KenworthyMaleska
Tuesday, March 5, 198532DVice President before FordWhittenMaleska
Saturday, June 16, 198443AHumphrey's successorPeter SwiftMaleska
Thursday, April 7, 198366A39th V.P.Joe ClonickMaleska
Friday, July 16, 198230DFormer VeepPeter SwiftMaleska
Sunday, December 14, 19809DD.C. dropout: 1973Alex F. BlackMaleska
Tuesday, April 15, 198043AOne of Nixon's V.P.sJean J. DavisonMaleska
Sunday, September 2, 197922AFord succeeded himE.T.M.Maleska
Thursday, December 14, 197856AV.P. who resignedN. M. MeyerMaleska
Wednesday, April 20, 197724DV.P. before FordJordan S. LasherMaleska
Tuesday, June 24, 19759AFormer V. P.Virginia GodwinWeng
Monday, February 4, 19748DSpiroDorothea E. ShippWeng
Wednesday, November 21, 197338ASpiroUnknownWeng
Thursday, June 21, 197327DWinner over ShriverUnknownWeng
Friday, May 4, 197347A1972 winnerUnknownWeng
Wednesday, December 1, 197143AWashington nameUnknownWeng
Monday, April 12, 197122ASometime name in golfUnknownWeng
Sunday, February 21, 1971110ASuccessor to H. H. H.Eugene T. MaleskaWeng
Thursday, December 10, 197042AWashington nameUnknownWeng
Monday, March 16, 197012DWashington nameUnknownWeng
Tuesday, February 10, 197062ACapitol nameUnknownWeng
Wednesday, December 3, 196952ACapitol Hill name.UnknownWeng
Tuesday, July 29, 19693DCapital name.UnknownWeng
Monday, May 5, 196921AMember of Nixon's team.UnknownWeng
Sunday, April 20, 196967DV.P.Nancy AtkinsonWeng
Friday, November 15, 19686DAnnapolis name.UnknownFarrar