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# Clue
1. Jennies
2. Onagers
3. Perverse fools
4. Kiangs
5. Pompous ones
6. Jennets
7. ___ bridge (Euclidean proposition)
8. Hinnies' mothers
9. Hinnies' kin
10. Bridge of_____ (Euclid proposition)
11. Symbols of obstinacy
12. Pompous people
13. They may carry burdens
14. Complete fools
15. Burden carriers
16. Horse relatives
17. Burros, e.g.
18. Obnoxious people
19. Foolish sorts
20. Biblical mounts
21. Kin of mules
22. Long-eared equines
23. Equines that bray
24. Hinny and ninny, e.g.
25. Dumbbutts
26. Thongs show them off
27. Promoters try to put them in seats
28. They may be shaken, but are rarely stirred, at the bar
29. Jacks and jennies
30. Couple of cans
31. Steakheads
32. Onager and kiang
33. Equine sorts
34. Long-eared brayers
35. Obstinate types
36. Pompous fools
37. Long-eared beasts
38. Heehaw announcers
39. Bubbleheads
40. Dummies or donkeys
41. Carrying team
42. Hauling team
43. Toting team
44. Brayer group?
45. Burden-bearing team
46. Onagers, e.g.
47. Some jennies
48. Sure-footed critters
49. Burden-bearing beasts
50. Hee-hawers
51. Mule kin
52. Mule's kin
53. Stubborn sorts
54. Donkey relatives
55. Stubborn equines
56. Surefooted animals
57. Wild equines
58. Pompous sorts
59. Person who's been charged
60. Great trait
61. It might be fixed or frozen
62. Concern of I.R.S. Form 8594
63. Listing on I.R.S. Form 8949
64. Winning smile, e.g.
65. It's beneficial
66. Net worth component
67. Something positive on the balance sheet
68. Balance sheet column
69. Factory, to its owner, e.g.
70. It's no liability
71. Land, building or machine
72. DIY bank
73. Frozen or liquid things
74. Equaling a dog's level of coziness?
75. Ginger's reaction after being stepped on?
76. One___time link
77. Holding of value
78. A plus, definitely
79. Dipsticks
80. Horses' relatives
81. Mule relatives
82. Pinheads
83. Real idiots
84. Donkeys
85. Fools
86. Longears
87. Obstinate ones
88. Burros
89. Dodos
90. Weighed
91. Taxing job?
92. Did a taxing task?
93. Foolish ones
94. Dolts
95. Ninnies
96. Ding-a-lings
97. Dunderheads
98. Obstinate equines
99. Hinny and ninny
100. Pack carriers
101. Silly sorts
102. Animals with backpacks
103. Boneheads
104. Numskulls
105. Sure-footed beasts
106. They bray
107. Braying beasts
108. Braying burden bearers
109. Biblical beasts of burden
110. Position or situation with regard to seeing; that position which enables one to look in a particular direction; position in relation to the points of the compass; as, a house has a southern a
111. Beasts of burden
112. Pack animals
113. Jacks, e.g.
114. Dummkopfs
115. Jerks
116. Chuckleheads
117. Buffoons
118. Lunkheads
119. Zebra kin
120. Obstinate animals
121. Boobs
122. Biblical bearers
123. The bridge of ___—Euclid
124. Stubborn people
125. Quadrupeds
126. Fools amorous advances removing top
127. Nincompoops
128. "Get your ___ over here!"
129. "Heehaw" announcers
130. "Treasure of Sierra Madre" beasts
131. *Evaluated
132. Addlebrains
133. African foxes
134. African foxes.
135. Ancestors of domestic donkeys
136. Animals in many Nativity scenes
137. Animals that go "hee-haw!"
138. Animals with hoofs
139. Bad backs?
140. Barnyard brayers
141. Beasts
142. Beasts carrying packs
143. Beasts of burden (5)
144. Beasts of burden.
145. Biblical beasts
146. Blockheads
147. Bozos
148. Brayers
149. Braying critters
150. Braying equines
151. Braying ones
152. Bridge of___ (Euclid proposition)
153. Burden-bearing equines
154. Burros e.g.
155. Burros.
156. Butts
157. Butts butts butts butts butts
158. Cans
159. Cart pullers
160. Centerfold features
161. Certain pack animals
162. Chowderheads
163. Clunkheads
164. Complete jerks
165. Complete tools
166. Cr che animals
167. Dim bulbs
168. Domestic donkeys
169. Donkey's uncles
170. Donkeys and burros
171. Doofuses
172. Dull types
173. Dumb types
174. Dumbbells
175. Dunces
176. Epitomes of stubbornness
177. Family who brays together?
178. Fatheads
179. Foolish folks
180. Fools.
181. Geese
182. Girls don't like passes from boys who are ___?
183. Hinny and ninny e.g.
184. Horse's wild cousins
185. Imbeciles
186. Inconsiderate individuals
187. Jacks on a ranch
188. Jacks e.g.
189. Jacks for example
190. Jennies and such
191. Jenny and Jack
192. Kiangs.
193. Knuckleheads
194. Long-eared animals
195. Long-eared beasts of burden
196. Long-eared critters
197. Long-eared mammals
198. Low mounts?
199. Members of a brayer meeting
200. Moon units?
201. Moon views?
202. More pack animals
203. Mules
204. Mules' fathers
205. Mules' sires
206. Mules hinnies and such
207. Nincompoops.
208. Nitwits
209. Numbskulls
210. Oafs
211. Obnoxious types
212. Obtuse ones
213. Onagers e.g.
214. Onagers.
215. Pack bearers
216. Pack-bearing animals
217. Pack-toting animals
218. Pack-toting equines
219. People on a rampage kick them
220. Pompous types
221. Quadrupeds.
222. Real pieces of work
223. Rears
224. Relatives of donkeys
225. Rude types
226. Saps
227. Schmoes
228. Schmos
229. Shitheads
230. Silly people
231. Simpletons
232. Smart or dumb types?
233. Some brayers
234. Some equines
235. Stubborn animals
236. Stubborn beasts
237. Stubborn creatures
238. Stubborn critters
239. Stubborn ones
240. Stupes
241. Stupid ones
242. Stupids
243. Sure-footed animals
244. Sure-footed creatures
245. Sure-footed equines
246. Surefooted beasts
247. They bray on Sunday (and every other day)
248. They may be kicked
249. They may be packed for a trip in the mountains
250. They may be shaken but are rarely stirred at the bar
251. They may bray
252. They may get in shape or gear
253. They may get kicked or shaken
254. They're in the back
255. They're not too bright
256. They're raised when people rise
257. They're sat on
258. They're stubborn
259. Things that may be laughed off?
260. Those who think masks violate their freedom to me
261. Total fools
262. Total idiots
263. Total jerks
264. Total jerkwads
265. Twerking parts
266. Twits
267. Wedgie locales
268. What fools might make of themselves
269. What performers strive to put in the seats
270. Wild ___
271. Work animals.
272. Working animals
273. Yo-yos
274. Zebra cousins
275. Zebras' cousins
276. ___' bridge proposition from Euclid.
277. Some farm workers
278. Mules, hinnies and such
279. Determine the value of
280. Place a value on
281. Appraise
282. Evaluate
283. Pass judgment on
284. Determine
285. Levy
286. Put a duty on
287. Jennies and others
288. Balance sheet plus
289. Any valuable possession
290. Impose, as a fine
291. Size up
292. Value
293. Plus
294. Thing worth keeping
295. Item in the plus column
296. Take stock of
297. Evaluates
298. Boon
299. It's a plus
300. Money in the bank, e.g.
301. Strong point
302. Portfolio contents
303. Liability's opposite
304. What you will?
305. Guilty ___
306. Ugly ___
307. Plus quality
308. It's a good thing
309. Strengths
310. Member of a major-league team with a name that's out of this world?
311. Sean of "Lord of the Rings"
312. Dancer Fred
313. Pitches in
314. AAA
315. Org.
316. Clubs: Abbr.
317. Classifies
318. St. Francis' birthplace
319. Pt. of NBA
320. Various
321. Allay
322. Moving about
323. Cash on hand, e.g.
324. Balance sheet item
325. Ledger entry
326. Tax
327. Weigh
328. Review, as damage
329. Judges
330. Eyeball, say
331. Goodwill, e.g.
332. Balance sheet entry
333. Charge, as with a foul
334. Gauge
335. You are ___ for street repairs (Community Chest card in Monopoly)
336. Grade
337. Jerusalem ponies.
338. Relatives of horses.
339. Determine amount of taxes.
340. Evaluate.
341. Stubborn people.
342. Resource.
343. Taxes.
344. Estimate the value of.
345. Longears.
346. Determine a tax.
347. Relatives of the kiang.
348. Sure-footed beasts.
349. Appraise.
350. Appraise property.
351. Symbols of obstinacy.
352. Euclid's fifth proposition.
353. Mugginses.
354. Apportion.
355. Tax.
356. ___ bridge, Euclid proposition.
357. Impose or apportion.
358. Set a value on.
359. Levy.
360. Determine the value of.
361. Appraiser.
362. Estimate
363. Evaluated
364. Mugginses
365. ___ bridge, Euclid proposition
366. ___' bridge, proposition from Euclid
367. Work animals
368. Braying bunch