Crossword Clues for VEEPS

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Clue Source Date
Cheney and Harris, informally New York Times 24 Jul 2022
Harris and Gore, informally, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 13 Mar 2022
#2 executives, for short Newsday 22 Feb 2022
FDR had three of them LA Times Daily 23 Jan 2022
FDR had three of them The Washington Post 23 Jan 2022
White House No. 2s Universal 09 Mar 2021
Biden and Pence Eugene Sheffer 17 Jul 2020
High-level backups Wall Street Journal 09 Apr 2020
High-level execs Thomas Joseph 25 Sep 2019
Vice presidents, for short Canadiana 26 Aug 2019
Some co. leaders The Washington Post Sunday 28 Apr 2019
Corporate bigwigs Wall Street Journal 20 Nov 2018
No. 2 execs USA Today 03 Aug 2018
High-level execs Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2018
Biden and Pence Thomas Joseph 21 Mar 2018
No. 2 execs
High-level execs
Corporate bigwigs
Gore ... and more Jonesin 26 Sep 2017
Company officers Newsday 20 Apr 2017
Many future presidents, as it turned out LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2017
Joe Biden and predecessors Newsday 24 Jan 2017
Many future presidents, as it turned out
Second-in-command execs Universal 22 Dec 2016
Many bank employees Newsday 03 Dec 2016
Nixon and Ford LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2016
Al Gore and Joe Biden, e.g Wall Street Journal 09 Feb 2016
Some company execs USA Today 06 Feb 2016
#2's Newsday 05 Feb 2016
Thomas, Dick and Harry LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2016
Nixon and Ford
Thomas, Dick and Harry
Second-in-command execs.
Some company execs
No. 2 men or women Eugene Sheffer 11 Nov 2015
Some execs LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2015
LBJ and GHWB, for two
Joe, Dick, Al, et al.
Some execs
Pols Cheney and Biden
Dick and Al, recently
Mondale and Quayle, once
Company high-ups
Mondale and Quayle, once
Corporate officers
Senate tie breakers, briefly
Gore and Burr, slangily
Senate tie breakers, briefly
Number-two execs
They're 2nd in command
Quayle and Gore, once
#2 execs
Some seconds
Some company execs
Johnson and Johnson, e.g.
Nixon and Johnson, slangily
#2's
Al and Dick, lately
RMN and LBJ, formerly
Al and Dick, lately
Many of them have gone on to become president
RMN and LBJ, consecutively
Some execs
Some company execs
They're number two
RMN and LBJ, consecutively
Many of them have gone on to become president
Some officers
Boardroom execs
H.H.H. and L.B.J., once
They're #2
Some execs
Number-two execs
Running mates
Running mates
Cheney and Gore
Dick Cheney et al.
Number twos
Dallas and Fairbanks, for two
Seconds-in-command
Number 2's
Running mates
Pols Chaney and Gore
#2 men
Quayle, Rockefeller, et al.
No. 2 people
Heads of departments, say
Burr and 37 Down
Rockefeller and others
D.C. officials
Barkley et al.
Prexies' underlings
Barkley and others.
V. P.'s
Barkley and Nixon.
Barkley and his successors.
Some board members, slangily
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