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65 Results for MOTT

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

Wednesday, February 1, 201718ASeneca Falls orator LucretiaMatthew Sewell and Jeff Chen
Monday, December 29, 20146DGlam rock band ___ the HooplePeter A. Collins
Thursday, June 28, 201261AApplesauce eponymElizabeth C. Gorski
Friday, February 3, 201230DGlam rock's ___ the HoopleJoel Kaplow
Friday, May 28, 201030A19th-century women's rights advocateJoe Krozel
Saturday, January 23, 20106AUnofficial "Main Street" of New York's ChinatownKaren M. Tracey
Monday, June 29, 200946ARock's ___ the Hoople (2)Paula Gamache
Sunday, March 9, 200866ASocial reformer LucretiaPatrick Berry
Saturday, August 6, 200532DPioneering women's rights advocateFrank Longo
Tuesday, June 8, 200454DFeminist LucretiaEd Early
Sunday, December 15, 200210A1946 Nobel Peace Prize winner JohnRIchard Hughes
Friday, November 2, 200110DPioneering U.S. feministMary Jung
Saturday, January 2, 199952AStreet in New York's Chinatown (2)Rich Norris
Thursday, June 19, 199756DStreet in New York's Chinatown (2)Patrick Jordan
Sunday, September 1, 1996111DEarly feminist Lucretia (2)D. J. Kahn
Sunday, December 31, 199596DRock's _____ the Hoople (2)Bob Klahn
Tuesday, December 19, 199517AWomen's rights advocate LucretiaMarie Heller
Thursday, November 30, 199526DWomen's rights crusade LucretiaSusan Smith
Sunday, July 2, 19956DNobel physicist Sir NevillAlex K. Justin
Saturday, March 11, 199535DEarly feminist Lucretia (2)Nancy Joline

2 results for MOTT from Variety puzzles.

January 30, 2005panda25ABon ___ (pioneering feminist's witticism)Mel Taub
September 14, 2003panda58DWitty thoughttMel Taub

43 results for MOTT from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Sunday, December 22, 199114DPeace Nobelist John R. ___: 1946John M. SamsonMaleska
Saturday, December 21, 199144AReformer LucretiaKevin BoyleMaleska
Monday, June 10, 199156AFamed suffragistSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sunday, August 13, 1989112DColleague of suffragette StantonNancy W. AtkinsonMaleska
Monday, April 18, 198819AFamed suffragetteElaine GeorgeMaleska
Saturday, September 5, 19877DA Peace Nobelist: 1946Martha J. DeWittMaleska
Friday, August 14, 198755ASmall groveJim PageMaleska
Sunday, March 15, 198747DSuffragette LucretiaGloria EvansMaleska
Friday, September 13, 198540DGrove on a prairiePeggy DevlinMaleska
Saturday, June 11, 198325AA Peace Nobelist: 1946Jack L. SteinhardtMaleska
Saturday, May 14, 198338AGrove on a prairieVaughn KeithMaleska
Saturday, April 24, 19827ASuffragette Stanton's colleagueAlbert L. MisenkoMaleska
Wednesday, June 10, 198134DSuffragette Stanton's colleagueHassingerMaleska
Monday, April 13, 19811DFamed suffragetteBradfordMaleska
Thursday, March 6, 198030DCluster of trees, in the WestC. J. AngioMaleska
Thursday, February 15, 197910AFamed N.Y.C. streetWhitworthMaleska
Sunday, May 28, 197876AGrove on a prairieHenry HookMaleska
Tuesday, February 7, 197849AFamed suffragetteRobert W. SturgesMaleska
Monday, May 9, 19774DGrove on a prairieEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
Sunday, October 24, 197640A" . . . compares with ___ Street"John WilligWeng
Tuesday, March 23, 197650AReformer LucretiaMartin BryanWeng
Wednesday, June 3, 19706DAbolitionist leaderUnknownWeng
Saturday, April 4, 197013DAntislavery leader of 1800'sUnknownWeng
Sunday, October 26, 196919DPeace Nobelist in 1946Mary M. MurdochWeng
Saturday, January 4, 196910AChinatown street.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, October 12, 196757ALucretia ___, social reformer.Sara V. TuckermanFarrar
Sunday, April 2, 196753DShrubby copse on a prairie.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Sunday, July 10, 196633APeace Nobelist, 1946.Will WengFarrar
Tuesday, May 24, 196617AStreet in N.Y.C.UnknownFarrar
Monday, March 22, 196510ALucretia ___, social reformer.UnknownFarrar
Monday, November 11, 19632DAmerican feminist.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Saturday, March 26, 196025AStreet in Chinatown.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, January 20, 196057DChampion of woman’s rights, 1848.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, February 15, 195972DFeminist Lucretia.W. E. JonesFarrar
Monday, September 19, 19551AWell-known street in New York's Chinatown.Helen FasuloFarrar
Sunday, May 8, 1955109AAn American among 65 Across.Alice CookFarrar
Thursday, September 24, 19533DChinatown street.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, May 31, 19531DFamous street in Manhattan.Israel GitterFarrar
Saturday, April 4, 195319ALucretia ___, leader in the abolition movement.Israel GitterFarrar
Sunday, January 21, 1951126DFamous street in N. Y.'s Chinatown.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, January 22, 195097ANobel Peace Prize co-winner, 1946.Alice CookFarrar
Sunday, January 19, 194746DCo-winner of Noble Peace Prize, 1946.W. W. WebsterFarrar
Sunday, February 10, 194614DAmerican social reformer (1793–1880).C. L. CrossFarrar

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