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# Clue
1. Relative of a motto
2. "Time flies," e.g.
3. "Look before you leap" is one
4. Truth, in folklore
5. "Better late than never" is one
6. Maxim's cousin
7. Bromide's cousin
8. Era of commercials?
9. Phrase of wisdom
10. "Let sleeping dogs lie," e.g.
11. "Penny wise, pound foolish," e.g.
12. "Love thy neighbor" is one
13. "Too many cooks spoil the broth," e.g.
14. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," e.g.
15. "Waste not, want not," e.g.
16. "Measure twice, cut once," e.g.
17. "Don't cry over spilt milk," e.g.
18. "Beggars can't be choosers," e.g.
19. "Time is money," e.g.
20. Often-quoted line
21. Wise saying
22. Poor Richard's Almanack item
23. "Time is money," for one
24. "Poor Richard's Almanack" bit
25. "Still waters run deep," for example
26. "Love is blind," e.g.
27. It may become a cliche
28. "Honesty is the best policy," e.g.
29. "Honey catches more flies than vinegar," e.g.
30. Cliché, often
31. "A penny saved is a penny earned," e.g.
32. "If the shoe fits, wear it," e.g.
33. "Poor Richard's Almanack" offering
34. "Look before you leap," e.g.
35. "Better safe than sorry," e.g.
36. 9's heartless saying
37. Saying from the commercial era
38. Saw an advertisement a long time afterwards
39. Saying it's commercial time
40. It may become a clich
41. Better safe than sorry is one
42. Time flies, e.g.
43. Memorable maxim
44. Pithy expression
45. Almanac words
46. Love is blind, say
47. Time-honored words
48. Timeworn truism
49. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is, e.g.
50. Pearl of wisdom, perhaps
51. Sage words
52. Maxim
53. Well-known expression
54. SAW GIRL, HUGE, BEING CUT IN HALF
55. "IF YOU WANT TO GO FAST, GO ALONE. IF YOU WANT TO GO FAR, GO TOGETHER," E.G.
56. "Haste makes waste" or "He who hesitates is lost"
57. Time is money, e.g.
58. Traditional truism
59. Wise remark
60. Love conquers all, e.g.
61. Too many cooks..., for one
62. Saying with meaning
63. Erasmus' saying
64. General truth
65. Proverbial saying
66. Out of sight, out of mind, for example
67. Proverb containing wisdom almost certainly contradicted by some other proverb
68. Saying to remember
69. Venerable saw
70. True old saying
71. Oft-repeated dictum
72. Pearl of wisdom
73. Poor Richard's Almanack inclusion
74. Money talks, say
75. Haste makes waste, for one
76. Haste makes waste or "He who hesitates is lost"
77. A watched pot never boils is one
78. Timeworn observation
79. Nothing ventured, nothing gained, for one
80. Terse observation
81. Bit of grandmotherly advice
82. Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit, e.g.
83. Better late than never, e.g.
84. Great minds think alike, e.g.
85. Sampler wisdom
86. Opposites attract, for one
87. There are two pennies in a classic one
88. Oft-quoted saying
89. Poor Richard's Almanack feature
90. Venerable saying
91. Farmer's Almanac words
92. Proverb
93. Almanac saying
94. Madison Ave. publication
95. Pithy platitude
96. Saying
97. Father of Cain and Abel
98. 63-Across's father
99. Fictional inspector Dalgliesh
100. One cast out of paradise
101. Old ballad "Robin ___"
102. Allan-___ (Robin Hood compadre)
103. Oil well firefighter Red ___
104. Allan-___ (figure in the Robin Hood legend)
105. Economist Smith who coined the term "invisible hand"
106. Fig leaf wearer, in some art
107. Campaign planner
108. Time heals all wounds and others
109. Lines from Homer and Erasmus
110. Slow compositions
111. Robin ___ (old Irish ballad)
112. Madam, I'm ___ (palindromic introduction to Eve)
113. Leader of a long race?
114. Famed firefighter Red
115. In slow tempo
116. Ritalin target: abbr.
117. With 89 Across, 'Batman' star
118. 'Watership Down' author
119. Very little, as salt
120. Forever and --
121. Include as a bonus
122. Steele's collaborator
123. Singer Edie
124. Last name of Uncle Fester
125. Makes confused
126. Firefighting Red
127. Oil-well firefighter "Red"
128. Fighter of Kuwaiti oil fires
129. Oil well fire fighter, of note
130. Symphony's slow movement
131. Disgraced gardener
132. He has an apple named after him
133. Snippet of wisdom
134. Haste makes waste or, paradoxically, "He who hesitates is lost"
135. Uppercase, it's a magazine; lowercase, it's a proverbial saying
136. Opposites attractis one
137. That's life! e.g.
138. No news is good news, for one
139. Know thyself, for one
140. Saying such as the one formed from the first words of 17-, 37-, and 57-Across
141. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is, for one
142. Time-tested truism
143. Money talks, for one
144. All's fair in love and war, e.g.
145. Look before you leap, e.g.
146. Pearl from Poor Richard
147. Nothing ventured, nothing gained, e.g.
148. Poor Richard's Almanack excerpt
149. Traditional saying
150. Any of Aesop's morals
151. Ben Franklin witticism
152. Murphy's Law, e.g.
153. Pithy saying
154. Apothegm
155. Old saying
156. Look before you leap is one
157. Better late than never is one
158. Bit from "Poor Richard's Almanack"
159. Let sleeping dogs lie, e.g.
160. Some of Bartlett's quotations
161. Wife of Lamech, in the Bible
162. Slow work
163. Employer for creative types
164. Water-carrier's motto?
165. Words of wisdom
166. Old saw
167. There ain't no such thing as a free lunch, e.g.
168. Wise old saying
169. Words from the wise
170. Wise words
171. Poor Richard's Almanack tidbit
172. Beauty is only skin deep, e.g.
173. There is no I in TEAMWORK, e.g.
174. Waste not, want not, e.g.
175. What goes around, comes around, for one
176. Beauty is only skin-deep, e.g.
177. Observational saying
178. Memorable saying
179. The golden rule, e.g.
180. Age-old expression
181. Insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results, e.g.
182. Poor Richard's Almanack maxim
183. Sampler sentence
184. Don't cry over spilt milk, e.g.
185. A descendant of Adam; a human being.
186. Saw
187. Encapsulated observation
188. Byword
189. Maxim
190. Part of Poor Richard's Almanack
191. Bit of old wisdom
192. Bit of wisdom
193. Sometime sampler stitching
194. Oft-repeated words
195. Item in "Poor Richard's Almanack"
196. You can say that again
197. "Haste makes waste," e.g.
198. Platitude
199. “Opposites attract,” e.g.
200. Pithy thought
201. Silence is golden, for instance
202. Little strokes fell great oaks, for instance
203. Aphorism
204. "A cat would eat fish but not get her feet wet " e.g.
205. "A closed mouth gathers no foot " e.g.
206. "A neat ship is a sweet ship " e.g.
207. "A penny saved is a penny earned " e.g.
208. "A penny saved..." for one
209. "A stitch in time saves nine " e.g.
210. "A stitch in time" starts one
211. "A stitch in time... "
212. "A stitch in time... " e.g.
213. "A watched pot never boils" is one
214. "A watched pot never boils " for one
215. "All's fair in love and war " e.g.
216. "Beauty is only skin deep " e.g.
217. "Beauty is only skin-deep " e.g.
218. "Beggars can't be choosers " e.g.
219. "Better late than never " e.g.
220. "Better safe than sorry " e.g.
221. "Better safe than sorry " for one
222. "Better safe than sorry " say
223. "Birds of a feather flock together " e.g.
224. "Clothes make the man " e.g.
225. "Crime doesn't pay " e.g.
226. "Curiosity killed the cat " e.g.
227. "Don't count your chickens before they hatch " e.g.
228. "Don't cry over spilt milk " e.g.
229. "Don't judge a book by its cover " for instance
230. "Don't shit where you eat " e.g.
231. "Early to bed... " e.g.
232. "Easy come easy go " e.g.
233. "Every dog has its day " e.g.
234. "Fish and visitors stink after three days " e.g.
235. "Fish and visitors stink after three days " for one
236. "Fortune favors the bold " e.g.
237. "Great minds think alike " e.g.
238. "Haste makes waste" e.g.
239. "Haste makes waste " e.g.
240. "Haste makes waste " for one
241. "He who hesitates is lost " e.g.
242. "Honesty is the best policy " e.g.
243. "Honey catches more flies than vinegar " e.g.
244. "If it ain't broke don't fix it " e.g.
245. "If it sounds too good to be true it probably is " e.g.
246. "If it sounds too good to be true it probably is " for one
247. "If the shoe fits wear it " e.g.
248. "If you want to go fast go alone. If you want to go far go together " e.g.
249. "Insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results " e.g.
250. "Know thyself " for one
251. "Let sleeping dogs lie " e.g.
252. "Let's call a spade a spade " say
253. "Look before you leap " e.g.
254. "Look before you leap " for example
255. "Look before you leap " for one
256. "Love conquers all" is one
257. "Love conquers all " e.g.
258. "Love conquers all " for example
259. "Love is blind " e.g.
260. "Love is blind " say
261. "Love laughs at locksmiths " for example.
262. "Love laughs at locksmiths " for one
263. "Many hands make light work " e.g.
264. "Measure twice cut once " e.g.
265. "Misery loves company " e.g.
266. "Money talks " e.g.
267. "Money talks " for one
268. "Money talks " say
269. "Nothing ventured nothing gained " e.g.
270. "Nothing ventured nothing gained " e.g.
271. "Nothing ventured nothing gained " for one
272. "Opposites attract" is one
273. "Opposites attract"is one
274. "Opposites attract " e.g.
275. "Opposites attract " for example
276. "Opposites attract " for one
277. "Out of sight out of mind " e.g.
278. "Out of sight out of mind " for example
279. "Penny wise pound foolish " e.g.
280. "Penny-wise pound-foolish " e.g.
281. "Poor Richard's Almanack" excerpt
282. "Poor Richard's Almanack" feature
283. "Poor Richard's Almanack" inclusion
284. "Poor Richard's Almanack" item
285. "Poor Richard's Almanack" maxim
286. "Poor Richard's Almanack" tidbit
287. "Red sky at night sailor's delight " e.g.
288. "Still waters run deep " e.g.
289. "Still waters run deep " for example
290. "That's how the ball bounces " e.g.
291. "That's life!" e.g.
292. "The pen is mightier than the sword" or "actions speak louder than words"
293. "There ain't no such thing as a free lunch " e.g.
294. "There is no I in TEAMWORK " e.g.
295. "They" say it
296. "Time flies " e.g.
297. "Time flies " for example
298. "Time is money " e.g.
299. "Time is money " for one
300. "Too many cooks spoil the broth " e.g.
301. "Too many cooks... " for one
302. "Two heads are better than one " for one
303. "Two wrongs don't make a right " e.g.
304. "Two wrongs don't make a right " for one
305. "Waste not want not " e.g.
306. "Waste not want not " for one
307. "Well done is better than well said " e.g.
308. "What goes around comes around " e.g.
309. "What goes around comes around " for one
310. "What goes up must come down " e.g.
311. 'Poor Richard's Almanack' tidbit
312. 'Time flies ' e.g.
313. A modern one is "Tweet in haste repent at leisure"
314. Almanac bit
315. Almanac filler
316. Almanac tidbit
317. An old saw that doesn't cut
318. An old saying
319. Apothegm.
320. Axiom
321. Bit from 'Poor Richard's Almanack'
322. Bit of folk wisdom
323. Bit of folklore
324. Bit of folklore.
325. Buy low sell high <P>e.g.
326. Classic saying
327. Cliche often
328. Common observation
329. Common saying.
330. Condensed but memorable saying
331. Condensed memorable saying
332. Dependable saw
333. Dull saw maybe
334. Earthy saying.
335. Familiar saying
336. Generational hand-me-down of sorts
337. Gnome
338. Idiom
339. Instructional story
340. Instructive saying
341. It follows the B.C. era
342. It is always darkest before the dawn e.g.
343. It's tried and true
344. Longstanding observation
345. Look before you leap e.g.
346. Madison Avenue mag
347. Many a fortune cookie phrase
348. Many a line from Benjamin Franklin
349. Maxim or saw
350. Maxim that might be met with "OK boomer"
351. Maxim.
352. Memorable words
353. Motto
354. Murphy's Law e.g.
355. Murphy's Law for one
356. Needlepoint line often
357. No news is good news for one
358. Oft-repeated words of wisdom
359. Often-quoted saying
360. Old maxim
361. Old saying.
362. Old truism
363. Pearl of wisdom perhaps
364. Piece of homely wisdom.
365. Poor Richard gem
366. Poor Richard pronouncement
367. Poor Richard's forte
368. Popular saying
369. Proverb.
370. Rusty saw?
371. Sampler selection
372. Saw Spot grow older (5)
373. Saw.
374. Saying about the period since the time of Christ
375. Saying for how long a commercial has run
376. Saying.
377. Silence is golden e.g.
378. Simple saying
379. Succinct saying
380. Terse truth
381. That's life! e.g.
382. That.s life! e.g.
383. The golden rule e.g.
384. Time is money e.g.
385. Time-honored proverb
386. Time-honored saying
387. Time-honored truism
388. Timeworn phrase
389. Timeworn words
390. Traditional maxim
391. Traditional saying.
392. Tried-and-true saying
393. Truism
394. Truth in folklore
395. Waste not want not e.g.
396. What may follow "they say"
397. Wise maxim
398. Wise truism
399. Word from the Latin for "I say"
400. Words from the wives?
401. Words of wisdom.
402. Words to live by
403. Words to the wise
404. watched pot never boils e.g.
405. A penny saved is a penny earned
406. Know thyself, e.g.
407. Safety first, e.g.
408. One might be rendered in needlepoint
409. It's often said
410. A penny saved is a penny earned, e.g.
411. Haste makes waste, e.g.
412. Crime doesn't pay, e.g.
413. Look before you leap, for example
414. Penny wise, pound foolish, e.g.
415. A stitch in time saves nine, e.g.
416. Beggars can't be choosers, e.g.
417. Measure twice, cut once, e.g.
418. He who hesitates is lost, e.g.
419. A neat ship is a sweet ship, e.g.
420. Love conquers all is one
421. Still waters run deep, for example
422. Too many cooks spoil the broth, e.g.
423. What goes up must come down, e.g.
424. Red sky at night, sailor's delight, e.g.
425. Time is money, for one
426. Love is blind, e.g.
427. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, e.g.
428. That's how the ball bounces, e.g.
429. Two wrongs don't make a right, e.g.
430. What goes around, comes around, e.g.
431. A closed mouth gathers no foot, e.g.
432. Clothes make the man, e.g.
433. Many hands make light work, e.g.
434. Condensed, memorable saying
435. Look before you leap, for one
436. Waste not, want not, for one
437. Love conquers all, for example
438. Buy low sell high <P>e.g.
439. Wife of Esau
440. Firefighter Red ____
441. Slow movement
442. That.s life! e.g.
443. Time is money e.g.
444. Barber.s ___ for Strings
445. That's life!, e.g.
446. Slowly, in music
447. watched pot never boils, e.g.
448. Maxims
449. Silence is golden, e.g.
450. Ben Franklin provided some
451. First in a long line?
452. Faster than largo
453. Bits of advice
454. If the shoe fits, wear it, e.g.
455. Biblical bone donor
456. Ant or West
457. Esau's first wife
458. A watched pot never boils, for one
459. Two heads are better than one, for one
460. Let sleeping dogs lie and others
461. Batman star West
462. Leisurely, in music
463. Slow ballet dance
464. Money talks, e.g.
465. Stupid is as stupid does, e.g.
466. A Ponderosa son
467. Opposites attract is one
468. Poor Richard's Almanack bit
469. A Cartwright brother
470. Genesis patriarch
471. Leading man?
472. Noted exile
473. Slowly, on a score
474. Red who fought oil well fires
475. Fall guy
476. Paradise Lost character
477. Economist Smith
478. First of all?
479. Genesis man
480. Allan-___, Robin Hood companion
481. Slowly
482. Legendary firefighter Red
483. Driver of "Girls"
484. Eve's mate
485. Bits of wisdom
486. Saws
487. First among men
488. First name?
489. Slowly, musically
490. Firefighter Red
491. Apothegms
492. Wise sayings
493. Makes the house bigger
494. Tally up
495. Tally (up)
496. Hersey's bell town
497. Not included: Abbr.
498. Confuse
499. Fruity refresher
500. Spanish water
501. Red of firefighting fame
502. Aleutian island
503. Noted fighter of oil fires
504. One of the Aleutians
505. Batman actor West
506. Bonanza son
507. Rocker Ant
508. The #1 guy?
509. Apple variety?
510. Brewer Samuel
511. Sayings
512. Actress Deborah
513. Deborah of "Days of Our Lives"
514. 21-Across of 6-Down
515. Slow tempo
516. Professional pitchers
517. Poor Richard's Almanack contents
518. Barber's "___ for Strings"
519. Daughter-in-law of Rebekah
520. Makes fit
521. ___ Isaacs Menken, American actress.
522. ___ Menken, actress and poet.
523. City in Iowa.
524. Pearls of wisdom.
525. Old saw.
526. Pithy thought.
527. In easy, graceful manner: Dancing.
528. Look before you leap is one.
529. Silence is golden, for instance.
530. A word from the wise.
531. Words of experience.
532. Paroemiographer's brain child.
533. Cain's wife in Rabbinical literature.
534. Strike while the iron is hot.
535. Time will tell, for instance.
536. Slow ballet dance.
537. Wise saw.
538. Old sayings.
539. Capsule wisdom.
540. Wise saying.
541. In an easy, graceful manner: Mus.
542. An oft-repeated truth.
543. Slow ballet dances.
544. Slowly: Mus.
545. Dances in slow tempo.
546. Love laughs at locksmiths, for example.
547. Sayings.
548. Ballet duet.
549. Proverbs.
550. Saws.
551. Aphorisms.
552. Esau's wife
553. S1owly, in music
554. A stitch in time ..., e.g.
555. A stitch in time starts one
556. Don't count your chickens before they hatch, e.g.
557. Word from the wise
558. Opposites attract, e.g.
559. Strike while the iron is hot
560. Time will tell, for instance
561. All's well that ends well, for example
562. Wise saw
563. A bird in the hand
564. Silence is golden, for one
565. An oft-repeated truth
566. Love laughs at locksmiths, for example
567. A stitch in time
568. Piece of homely wisdom
569. Earthy saying
570. Time flies, eg
571. Nowadays have time for proverb
572. 'Measure twice, cut once,' e.g
573. 'No man is an island,' for example