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71 results for CURIE

19 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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98D*... for Nobel laureatesSam Trabucco
40AFirst female Nobelist, 1903Dan Schoenholz
39APhysics Nobelist of 1903 and Chemistry Nobelist of 1911Mel Rosen
57ARadioactivity unit (2)Patrick Merrell
52AMarie with two NobelsEd Sessa
115AFirst woman to teach at the SorbonnePamela Klawitter
49DPhysics Nobelist MarieEd Sessa
40AUnit of radioactivityPatrick Berry
58ARadium discoverer (2)Randall J. Hartman
27A3.7 x 10 to the 10th power disintegrations per second, to a physicistJoe DiPietro
2DRadium discoverer (2)Sarah Keller
51D1911 Chemistry Nobelist (2)Greg Staples
63APolonium discovererPatrick Berry
50AMadame with a NobelFran and Lou Sabin
26D1911 Chemistry Nobelist (2)Myles Callum
19ARadioactivity unit (2)Randolph Ross
32A1911 Nobel chemistRobert Malinow
53ANobelist MarieBernice Gordon
18A1903 NobelistBetty Jorgensen

52 results for CURIE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

15AGarson film roleBernice GordonMaleska
61AMarie Sklodowska-___Joel D. LafargueMaleska
13ARadioactivity measureChristopher SherwoodMaleska
43ARadioactivity unitMcKeonMaleska
42DPierre or MarieLarry GoldhirschMaleska
18ARadium discovererAlbert J. KlausMaleska
28DDiscoverer of poloniumHassingerMaleska
6DOne of two Nobelists: 1903Louis BaronMaleska
5DNobelist in Chemistry: 1911Grace FabbroniMaleska
34ARadioactivity unitWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
48DMarie or PierreMary E. OberlanderMaleska
34AMarie or PierreHerb L. RisteenMaleska
24DDiscoverer of radiumRaymond F. EisnerMaleska
26DPierre or MarieJeanette K. BrillMaleska
29DRadioactivity unitMartha J. DeWittWeng
35ARadium pioneerVirginia ButlerWeng
62AMarie or PierreUnknownWeng
21DRadium pioneerUnknownWeng
48ARadium discovererUnknownWeng
23AFamous scientistUnknownWeng
19DGreat name in science.UnknownFarrar
34DUnit of radioactivity.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
30DGreat name in science.Rachel F. BakerFarrar
131AUnit of radioactivity.W. E. JonesFarrar
67AGreat name in chemistry.UnknownFarrar
39AName of two French scientists.UnknownFarrar
49DGreat name in science.UnknownFarrar
18AGreat name in science.UnknownFarrar
34DFamous name in science.UnknownFarrar
3DGreat name in science.Helen FasuloFarrar
60AGreat Polish scientist.UnknownFarrar
1DRadium measure.UnknownFarrar
37DGreat name in physics.UnknownFarrar
2DGreat name in science.Roberta MorseFarrar
15AMarie ___, mother of Eve.Paula BauersmithFarrar
51AGreat name in science.S. A. KayFarrar
52ATwo-time Nobel Prize winner.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
37DGreat name in Poland.Charles CrossFarrar
28DOnly scientist to win two Nobel prizes.Israel GitterFarrar
56ANobel prize physicist.Jules ArensbergFarrar
43AFamous name in physics.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
31DMadame Radium.UnknownFarrar
134AFamous name in physics.Ralph AndersonFarrar
49DGreat name in chemistry.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
37ANobel Prize winner, 1903, 1911.Thomas MeekinFarrar
35DPierre, Marie or Eve.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
47AWhom Marie Sklodowska wed.I. KertFarrar
72AFamous French scientist.Louise RabbFarrar
46AGreer Garson role.Harold T. BersFarrar
41AWhom Marie Sklodowska married.W. W. WebsterFarrar
73DBiographer of radium discoverer.Alberta N. BurtonFarrar
111DDiscoverer of radium.James E. KisnerFarrar