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# Clue
1. Plus item
2. Brains or beauty, e.g.
3. Item of property
4. Beauty, for one
5. Advantageous quality
6. Talent, for one
7. Stock or bond, e.g.
8. Charisma, e.g.
9. Cash or charm
10. Plus factor
11. Balance-sheet item
12. Plus quantity
13. Speed, to a cheetah
14. Height, to a basketball center
15. Brains or beauty
16. Any advantage
17. Resonance, to an announcer
18. While + coterie
19. Good looks, to a starlet
20. Taxable item
21. Item on a balance sheet
22. Property or poise
23. Something in one's favor
24. Property, for one
25. Power or control, to a tenor
26. Good vision, to an umpire
27. Color sense, to a decorator
28. Something of value
29. Something desirable to have
30. What you have going for you
31. Blue-chip stocks or diamonds
32. Speed, to Tim Raines
33. Liability's antithesis
34. What height is to a hoopster
35. Accountant's word
36. Charm or poise
37. Auditor's consideration
38. Property, e.g.
39. Math sense, to an engineer
40. Pecuniary resource
41. Have-not's need
42. Business plus
43. Charm or cash
44. Balance-sheet listing
45. Virtue, for one
46. Tangible wealth
47. Poise, for one
48. Plus value
49. Health or wealth
50. What 1 Down is to a consul
51. Talent or wealth
52. Fixed or frozen follower
53. Probate item
54. Opposite of liability
55. Absolute pitch, for one
56. Item of ownership
57. Valuable item
58. Charm or intellect
59. A strong point
60. Good health or wealth, e.g.
61. Financial-statement item
62. Black entry
63. Talent or poise
64. Black figure
65. Figure in black?
66. Cash in hand, e.g.
67. Selling feature
68. It's a plus
69. Financial plus
70. It's worth something
71. Inventory, e.g.
72. Goodwill, e.g.
73. Capital, e.g.
74. Money in the bank, say
75. Good feature
76. It's to your advantage
77. It's not a bad thing
78. Black ink item
79. Beauty, brawn or brains
80. Money in the bank, e.g.
81. Factory machinery, e.g.
82. Winning smile, they say
83. It's a plus in accounting
84. Company's plant, e.g.
85. Intelligence or good looks, e.g.
86. Working factory, e.g.
87. Tessa's comeback is no liability
88. Because a television is something worth having
89. Theresa making a comeback as a kind of stripper?
90. Girl returns with something valuable
91. It's not a liability when established
92. Upside trait
93. Beneficial possession
94. Liability's counterpart
95. Positive attribute
96. Positive feature
97. Positive trait
98. Liability offset
99. No liability
100. Worth unit
101. Plus point
102. It's in black
103. Savoir-faire, e.g.
104. It may be liquid
105. Item in black
106. One's house, e.g.
107. One may be written off
108. One might be liquid
109. Charm or stamina, say
110. Brains, for example
111. Grace or stamina, e.g.
112. Valuable holding
113. Capital or charm, for example
114. Portfolio piece
115. Desirable skill
116. Plus on a balance sheet
117. Provider of intel, in spy jargon
118. Useful skill
119. VALUABLE THING IN ONE'S PORTFOLIO
120. FILM ON CHARLIE'S PRIZED POSSESSION
121. Worthwhile thing
122. Beauty, brawn or brains, e.g.
123. Coveted quality
124. Liability offsetter
125. Valuable possesion
126. A black item
127. Plus, on a balance sheet
128. Stock or bond
129. It can be liquid
130. IRA, for one
131. Good looks or charm
132. Valuable quality
133. Charm, for example
134. Tact, for example
135. Plus-column item
136. Wisdom, for one
137. Rental property, e.g.
138. It might be liquid or frozen
139. Charm, for instance
140. One's home or car, e.g.
141. Plus in the ledger
142. Deeded parking space in a city, e.g.
143. Net plus
144. Net worth item
145. Rental property, maybe
146. Roth I.R.A., e.g.
147. Helpful team member
148. Plus-column entry
149. Plus feature
150. Item on a black list?
151. A good memory, for one
152. Valuable addition, say
153. Height, to a basketball player
154. Black ink entry
155. Plus in the ledgers
156. Piece of property, e.g.
157. Trait on the plus side
158. Black listing?
159. Money market fund, e.g.
160. Pitcher's pinpoint control, say
161. Stocks or bonds
162. Valued possession
163. Quarterback's accuracy, say
164. Speed, for a running back
165. It may be liquid or frozen
166. Equipment on a balance sheet, e.g.
167. Estate item
168. Accounts receivable, e.g.
169. Diamonds, say
170. Pitcher's arm, say
171. Positive point
172. Valuable team member
173. Creating compelling characters, for a writer
174. Entry in a ledger's plus column
175. Equipment, in a ledger
176. Factory equipment, e.g.
177. Thing of worth
178. Valued property
179. Balance-sheet plus
180. Cold cash, e.g.
181. Goodwill, for example
182. Height, to a cager
183. Fastball, to Nolan Ryan
184. Object of value
185. Something desirable
186. Balance-sheet detail
187. Sense of humor, for example
188. Something good to have
189. Item on a depreciation schedule
190. Poise, e.g.
191. Account receivable, e.g.
192. Desirable feature
193. Even-temperedness, e.g.
194. Portfolio holding
195. Resourcefulness, e.g.
196. Plus, so to speak
197. Something valuable
198. Something valued
199. Balance-sheet "plus"
200. Holding
201. Loan security
202. Brains and beauty, e.g.
203. Hands out, as duties
204. Portfolio contents
205. Franciscan home
206. Italian town known for its embroidery
207. Stats in hockey and basketball
208. Part of M.P.A.A.: Abbr.
209. The "A" in P.T.A.: Abbr.
210. Words after ugly or guilty
211. Francis' home
212. Franciscans' home
213. Bank statement data
214. Estate total
215. Setting of the castle Rocca Maggiore
216. Subject of I.R.S. Form 8949
217. Enough, to أ‰tienne
218. Guilty ___
219. Birthplace of the Franciscan order
220. Kind of living
221. Birthplace of multiple saints
222. Passing a ball to a scorer, e.g.
223. One of the a's in Nascar: Abbr.
224. P.G.A. part: Abbr.
225. Accountant's list
226. Pilgrimage site in central Italy
227. One of the A's in N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr.
228. Part of U.S.T.A.: Abbr.
229. Transfer (to)
230. Home of the Basilica di San Francesco
231. N.B.A. stat
232. Part of A.P.A.: Abbr.
233. The "A" of W.N.B.A.: Abbr.
234. Plus on the balance sheet
235. Real estate or money in the bank
236. Listings in a calculation of one's net worth
237. The plus side
238. Things in the plus column
239. (Just) slightly
240. By custom
241. Place in groups
242. Holiday team member #2
243. The 'A' of PTA: Abbr.
244. Having vowel rhyme
245. ___ Secy. of State
246. Took ___ in the right direction
247. ___ told by an idiot ...: Shak.
248. Selling sans profit
249. Part of the N.A.A.C.P.
250. Order by classes
251. Helper, in want ads
252. Patience, to a puzzle solver
253. Francis of _____
254. NRA component
255. Part of NCAA (Abbr.)
256. Cash, stocks and charm, e.g.
257. Pass leading to a score
258. Helper, essentially
259. Valuable resource
260. They offset liabilities
261. Friendly source, in spy lingo
262. Frozen commodity, perhaps
263. Winning way
264. Black item
265. Goodwill, for instance
266. Balance sheet entry
267. Fine quality
268. Honesty, for one
269. It's on your good side
270. Black item?
271. Item in the plus column
272. It's in the black
273. Ledger entry on the plus side
274. Salesman's persuasiveness, say
275. Thing worth keeping
276. Charm or charisma
277. Definite plus
278. Item on the plus side
279. Something good for you
280. Auditor's entry
281. Charm, for one
282. Entry in black
283. Resource
284. Thing of value
285. Useful quality
286. Item of value
287. Ledger item
288. Property item
289. Stocks or bonds, e.g.
290. Tact, for one
291. Audit entry
292. Black-ink entry
293. Black-ink item
294. Liquid item
295. Strong quality
296. Desirable thing
297. Plus quality
298. Valuable possession
299. A plus
300. Balance-sheet entry
301. One for the plus column
302. Plus-side item
303. Desirable quality
304. Debit's opposite
305. Balance sheet listing
306. Saint's home
307. Opposite of frustrated
308. Court stat
309. The plus column
310. Diligence, a winning smile, etc.
311. Italian town near Perugia
312. Desirable trait
313. Piece of property
314. Plus
315. Police informer
316. Portfolio part
317. Strong suit
318. Advantage
319. Valuable
320. Balance sheet item
321. It's a black thing
322. 1040 figure
323. Boon
324. Cash on hand, e.g.
325. Plus column entry
326. It's a good thing
327. Liability's opposite
328. Good looks, in Hollywood
329. Positive quality
330. Admirable quality
331. Balance sheet positive
332. It may look black
333. Tact, to a diplomat
334. Black number
335. Bonds or cash
336. Item in the black
337. It can be used for collateral
338. Good thing to have
339. Useful talent
340. Commodity
341. Useful item
342. To make sure or certain; to render confident by a promise, declaration, or other evidence.
343. When scenery is an advantage
344. Selling point
345. Long suit
346. Source of strength
347. Good thing
348. Company-owned building, e.g.
349. It might be fixed or frozen
350. Great trait
351. Good point
352. Strong point
353. Weapon, e.g., in military-speak
354. Money in the bank
355. Good will, e.g.
356. It may be fixed
357. Balance sheet plus
358. Bay on coast of Attu (7)
359. The drink (3)
360. Slippery customer (3)
361. Part of joint in carpentry (5)
362. Perk
363. Surplus
364. Stuff
365. Something worth having girl passed round
366. Profitable holding
367. Possession
368. Property
369. Not a liability
370. Anything advantageous
371. Single item of property
372. A plus value
373. Useful feature
374. "Black" item
375. "Liquid" item perhaps
376. 'Plus' item
377. +
378. A T-TV or a r-radio
379. A T-TV or r-radio
380. A business might have one that's fixed
381. A good ear to a musician for one
382. A good memory for an actor say
383. A good memory for one
384. A keen eye for a proofreader say
385. A liquid one is easy to trade
386. A plus definitely
387. A plus?
388. A poor sense of smell for a middle school gym teacher
389. A winning personality e.g.
390. Ability or agility e.g.
391. Absolute pitch for one
392. Account receivable e.g.
393. Accountant's concern.
394. Accounting classification
395. Accounting datum
396. Accounts receivable e.g.
397. Advantage.
398. Advantages
399. Agent in spy-speak
400. Annual report item
401. Annual report listing
402. Annual-report item
403. Any property
404. Any property in a real estate empire
405. Any thing of value
406. Any valuable holding
407. Any valuable thing
408. Anything in the plus column
409. Anything of material value
410. Anything of value.
411. Anything valuable
412. Arm for a quarterback
413. Attribute
414. Balance sheet item.
415. Balance sheet numbers
416. Balance-sheet positive
417. Bank account e.g.
418. Bank plus
419. Banker's concern.
420. Beautiful eyes e.g.
421. Beauty or brains e.g.
422. Beauty or brains perhaps
423. Beauty or brains usually
424. Beauty or charm
425. Beauty brawn or brains
426. Beauty brawn or brains e.g.
427. Beauty brawn or brains
428. Beauty for one
429. Beauty for one.
430. Belonging
431. Beneficial quality
432. Beneficial thing
433. Benefit
434. Black ink entry.
435. Black ink item.
436. Blue chip.
437. Bond e.g.
438. Bond for one
439. Bookkeeping item
440. Brains or beauty e.g.
441. Brains or beauty for example
442. Brains or brawns e.g.
443. Brains or charisma e.g.
444. Brains e.g.
445. Brains for example
446. Brains for sure
447. C.P.A. entry.
448. Capital item
449. Capital or charm for example
450. Capital e.g.
451. Car or house
452. Car or house e.g.
453. Cash in hand e.g.
454. Cash on hand e.g.
455. Cash or gold coins e.g.
456. Cash or one's home e.g.
457. Cash or property
458. Cash or property e.g.
459. Cash or real estate
460. Cash or real estate e.g.
461. Cash or real estate e.g.
462. Cash or stock
463. Cash or stock e.g.
464. Cash e.g.
465. Cash for example.
466. Cash for one
467. Cash for one.
468. Cash in accounting
469. Charisma or beauty
470. Charisma e.g.
471. Charm or beauty
472. Charm or stamina say
473. Charm for example.
474. Charm for instance
475. Charm for one
476. Charm for one.
477. Cher e.g.
478. Cold cash e.g.
479. Color sense to a decorator
480. Colorado resort
481. Common sense for instance
482. Company possession e.g.
483. Company's plant e.g.
484. Company-owned building e.g.
485. Concern of I.R.S. Form 8594
486. Creating compelling characters for a writer
487. Credit item
488. Credit side item
489. Deeded parking space in a city e.g.
490. Desirable attribute
491. Desirable resource
492. Desirable thing.
493. Diamond ring or 401(k) e.g.
494. Diamonds or gold to an investor
495. Diamonds say
496. East's selling point
497. Easygoing personality for example
498. Economic resource
499. Education for one.
500. Eloquence for a politician
501. Entry in the plus column
502. Enviable trait
503. Equipment on a balance sheet e.g.
504. Even-temperedness e.g.
505. Factory machinery e.g.
506. Factory to its owner e.g.
507. Fastball to Nolan Ryan
508. Favorable feature
509. Favorable possession
510. Financial report item
511. Friendly source in spy lingo
512. Frozen commodity perhaps
513. Frozen or liquid thing
514. Frozen or toxic thing
515. Glamour for example
516. Good for you
517. Good health or wealth e.g.
518. Good ledger entry
519. Good looks or a nice personality
520. Good looks fat bank account or charm
521. Good looks in Hollywood
522. Good looks to a starlet
523. Good memory e.g. for a crossword solver
524. Good point?
525. Good putting ability or strong arms
526. Good quality
527. Good thing for you
528. Good thing!
529. Good trait
530. Good vision to an umpire
531. Good will e.g.
532. Goodwill e.g.
533. Goodwill for example
534. Goodwill for instance
535. Grace or stamina e.g.
536. Great reflexes for one
537. Great smile or big vocabulary
538. Handy feature
539. Height for a basketball player
540. Height to a basketball center
541. Height to a basketball player
542. Height to a basketball player e.g.
543. Height to a basketballer
544. Height to a cager
545. Height to a cager e.g.
546. Height to a hoopster
547. Height to a model
548. Holding of value
549. Honesty for one
550. Honesty for one.
551. IRA e.g.
552. IRA for one
553. Informant so to speak
554. Intelligence or good looks e.g.
555. Intelligence provider spy-wise
556. Inventory entry
557. Inventory item
558. Inventory e.g.
559. It balances a debit
560. It can be a little black number
561. It can be frozen
562. It can go from liquid to frozen
563. It goes in the plus column
564. It has value
565. It may be fixed or frozen
566. It may be frozen
567. It may be liquid frozen or toxic
568. It might be fixed
569. It might be frozen
570. It smells
571. It's a positive
572. It's beneficial
573. It's black on the balance sheet
574. It's good to have
575. It's no liability
576. It's not a bad thing to have
577. It's not a liability
578. It's not bad at all
579. It's on the plus side
580. It's shown in black
581. It's valuable
582. It's valuable to you
583. Item having exchange value
584. Item in black ink
585. Item in the black e.g.
586. Item of value.
587. Kindness or generosity
588. Kindness say
589. Land building or machine
590. Ledger entry
591. Ledger entry.
592. Ledger item.
593. Liabilities opposite
594. Liability balancer
595. Liability counterpart
596. LiabilityAe's opposite
597. Listing on I.R.S. Form 8949
598. Luau souvenir
599. Marketable skill
600. Marketable talent
601. Money in the bank e.g.
602. Money in the bank say
603. Money market fund e.g.
604. Money or property
605. Money for one.
606. Mythical monster
607. Net worth component
608. Number in black
609. One may be fixed or frozen
610. One that's on your good side?
611. One's home or car e.g.
612. One's house e.g.
613. Owned property
614. Patience to a puzzle solver
615. Perfect pitch to a singer
616. Personal advantage
617. Personal plus
618. Personality e.g.
619. Piece of property e.g.
620. Piece of property.
621. Pitcher's arm say
622. Pitcher's pinpoint control say
623. Plus column listing
624. Plus column thing
625. Plus item on the ledger
626. Plus item.
627. Plus on the ledger
628. Plus quality.
629. Plus thing
630. Plus value.
631. Plus on a balance sheet
632. Plus so to speak
633. Plus-side entry
634. Point in one's favor
635. Poise or patience
636. Poise e.g.
637. Poise for a model
638. Poise for one
639. Portfolio component
640. Portfolio item
641. Portfolio listing
642. Portfolio plus
643. Positive
644. Positive aspect
645. Positive attitude e.g.
646. Positive element
647. Positive holding
648. Positive ledger entry
649. Positive possession
650. Positive thing
651. Possession.
652. Power or control to a tenor
653. Precious metal e.g.
654. Pro
655. Profitable holding.
656. Property not underwater?
657. Property with value.
658. Property e.g.
659. Property for one
660. Property.
661. Provider of intel in spy jargon
662. Quarterback's accuracy say
663. Rainy day need
664. Rental property e.g.
665. Rental property maybe
666. Resonance to an announcer
667. Resource.
668. Resourcefulness e.g.
669. Resume skill e.g.
670. Roth I.R.A. e.g.
671. Salesman's persuasiveness say
672. Sang-froid for one.
673. Savoir-faire e.g.
674. Savoir-faire for one.
675. Seats to a stadium
676. Seats to a theater or stadium
677. Sense of humor for example
678. Skill
679. Skill maybe seen on a resume
680. Something going for you
681. Something good
682. Something helpful.
683. Something in the plus column
684. Something of value.
685. Something on the plus side
686. Something owned
687. Something positive on the balance sheet
688. Something useful
689. Something useful.
690. Speed for a running back
691. Speed for one.
692. Speed to Tim Raines
693. Speed to a ballplayer
694. Speed to a cheetah
695. Spy's source
696. Spy as it were
697. Stamina e.g.
698. Star player to a team
699. Stealth in hunting e.g.
700. Stock in trade
701. Stock or bond e.g.
702. Stocks or bonds e.g.
703. Stocks e.g.
704. Strength
705. Strong arm or great speed for example
706. Tact or poise e.g.
707. Tact for example
708. Tact for instance
709. Tact for one
710. Tact to a diplomat
711. Talent for one
712. Thing for the plus column
713. Thing in the black
714. Thing in the plus column
715. Thing of use
716. Thing of value.
717. Thing of worth (5)
718. Thing worth something
719. Useful attribute
720. Useful person in spy lingo
721. Useful quality.
722. Useful thing
723. Useful thing.
724. Valuable addition say
725. Valuable coat of arms positioned (5)
726. Valuable component
727. Valuable item.
728. Valuable or useful possession
729. Valuable possession.
730. Valuable thing
731. Valuable thing.
732. Valued employee to a company
733. Virtue
734. Weapon e.g. in military-speak
735. What you will?
736. Winning personality e.g.
737. Winning smile e.g.
738. Winning smile for instance
739. Winning smile for one
740. Winning smile perhaps
741. Winning smile they say
742. Wisdom for one
743. Wit or good looks e.g.
744. Word after liquid or fixed
745. Working factory e.g.
746. Worthwhile object
747. Your car or home e.g.
748. Your house e.g.
749. Zaps like a cop
750. Zaps with a certain gun
751. ___ management
752. ___-backed (like some securities)
753. Any plus item on a ledger
754. Speed is one, on the diamond
755. Charm is one
756. Cash, e.g.
757. Height, to a hoopster
758. Poise, for a model
759. Precious metal, e.g.
760. Your house, e.g.
761. Will item
762. Cash, for one
763. Beauty or brains, usually
764. Beauty or brains, e.g.
765. Item in the black, e.g.
766. Height, to a cager, e.g.
767. Company possession, e.g.
768. Cash or one's home, e.g.
769. Any property, in a real estate empire
770. Good memory, e.g., for a crossword solver
771. St. Francis slept here
772. Cash or real estate e.g.
773. Personality e.g.
774. Steady ____ goes!
775. Give a hand
776. Valuables
777. Stocks and bonds
778. Winning ways
779. They may be fixed
780. Brains, for sure
781. Cash or real estate, e.g.
782. Height, to a model
783. Designate
784. Come to the rescue
785. Positive possessions
786. Height, to a basketball player, e.g.
787. Home of St. Francis
788. Eloquence, for a politician
789. Winning smile, for one
790. Holdings
791. Stocks and such
792. Cash, owned property, etc.
793. Hand out, as homework
794. Company possessions, e.g.
795. Good looks, fat bank account or charm
796. Dole out, as duties
797. Duly appointed agent
798. Height, for a basketball player
799. Good traits
800. Portfolio items
801. Your car or home, e.g.
802. Perfect pitch, to a singer
803. Poise, to a model
804. Speed, to a ballplayer
805. Star player, to a team
806. Gave out, as tasks
807. Ledger column
808. Hands out
809. Steady ___ goes
810. St. Clare's birthplace
811. St. Francis's home
812. Basketball datum
813. Part of P.T.A.: Abbr.
814. Gives, as homework
815. They're positive
816. Give out
817. St. Clare's home
818. Town in Umbria
819. They're worth something
820. Birthplace of St. Francis
821. Court statistic
822. Fixed things?
823. Italian town with Giotto frescoes
824. Lend a hand
825. Org.
826. They may be liquid
827. Birthplace of St. Clare
828. St. Francis of ___
829. N.E.A. member?: Abbr.
830. Professional grp.
831. Professional org.
832. Task
833. Latin stars
834. One-time link
835. ___ moment's notice
836. Hammett hound
837. Movie mutt
838. Dog star?
839. Start of a riddle
840. Classify
841. Aide: Abbr.
842. Off. helper
843. Promise
844. Dog in 'The Thin Man'
845. In itself
846. Make certain
847. ___ High Dam
848. Dined at home
849. Up and about
850. Nolan Ryan, once
851. One Day ___ Time
852. Star: Comb. form
853. Concerning
854. Plusses
855. Allocate
856. St. Francis' home
857. Org.'s kin
858. Good points
859. School handout
860. Part of NBA
861. Acquire
862. Balance sheet pluses
863. Gives a hand
864. Birthplace of a saint
865. Alley-oop toss, e.g.
866. Lends a hand
867. Capital
868. Back up
869. Liabilities' opposites
870. They can be liquid or frozen
871. St. Francis's birthplace
872. Specify
873. Glamour, for example
874. Tact or poise, e.g.
875. Positive attitude, e.g.
876. Stealth in hunting, e.g.
877. Portfolio listings
878. Pluses
879. Italian town on the slope of Mount Subasio
880. Prospectus listing
881. Great traits
882. They're in the plus column
883. Allot
884. Property item.
885. War bond.
886. Fielder's part in retiring batter.
887. Resources.
888. Holdings.
889. Affirm.
890. Single item of property.
891. Part of a balance sheet.
892. Anything advantageous.
893. Anything that is source of strength.
894. Designates.
895. Source of strength.
896. Speed is one, on the diamond.
897. Things desirable to have.
898. Money in the bank.
899. Valued possession.
900. Black ink items.
901. Balance sheet items.
902. Business property.
903. Possession that has exchange value.
904. Business resources.
905. Something valuable.
906. Give a task.
907. Cash, for example.
908. Frozen ___.
909. Cash, for one.
910. Bank's backlog.
911. Charm, for one.
912. Honesty, for one.
913. Affirm positively.
914. Beauty, for one.
915. Charm, for example.
916. Education, for one.
917. Sang-froid, for one.
918. Enough: Fr.
919. Savoir-faire, for one.
920. Money, for one.
921. Plus values
922. Rأ©sumأ© skill, e.g.
923. Height, to a basketballer
924. Business property
925. Anything of value
926. Possession that has exchange value
927. Brains or beauty, for example
928. Cash, for example
929. Blue chip
930. Property with value
931. Accountant's concern
932. Banker's concern
933. Tessa returned something valuable
934. Account receivable, eg
935. Stocks or bonds, eg
936. Brains or beauty, eg
937. Stock or bond, eg
938. Charisma, eg
939. What is to a consul
940. Bachelor leaves dog something valuable
941. Tessa returned dear item
942. It can be fixed
943. Singer’s perfect pitch, say
944. Something that's useful to have