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1. Titan with a burden
2. "___ Shrugged"
3. Strong man of myth
4. NASA missile
5. Overburdened Titan
6. World's biggest holdup man
7. Rand's "___ Shrugged"
8. Collection of maps
9. Globe-trotter's aid
10. Global supporter
11. Gazetteer's pictorial relative
12. Where to locateDown
13. World supporter
14. Globe-carrier
15. Titan who wasn'tAcross
16. "___ Shrugged," Rand novel
17. Ayn Rand's shrugger
18. Shrugger in an Ayn Rand title
19. Father of The Seven Sisters
20. Great burden-bearer
21. Cartographer's volume
22. Burdened Titan
23. He holds us all up
24. Shrugger in a Rand title
25. Name in a Rand title
26. A burdened giant
27. Mercator's collection
28. Mighty Charles
29. Big-shouldered Titan
30. Mercator work
31. Heavens holder
32. Book of maps
33. Statue in Rockefeller Center
34. Legendary holdup man
35. Bound collection of maps
36. U.S.A.F. ICBM
37. Former "97-pound weakling"
38. Man of strength
39. Pleione's husband
40. Book for a globe-trotter
41. Cartographer's work
42. North African range
43. Globe supporter
44. A Titan
45. Telamon
46. Cartologist's tome
47. World lifter
48. Cartographer's collection
49. Divinity with a load on
50. Mythical hold-up man
51. This covers the world
52. He's got the world on his shoulders
53. Planet carrier
54. World toter
55. Cartography collection
56. African range
57. Mountains of Morocco
58. A reference book
59. Cartographer's masterwork
60. A brother of Prometheus
61. Famous 97-lb. weakling
62. Famous former weakling
63. World-weary one?
64. Start of a Rand title
65. Geographical reference work
66. It's bound to show the way
67. Africa's _____ Mountains
68. Man with the world on his shoulders
69. Book containing legends
70. Travel book?
71. Oversized library volume
72. World book
73. Road _____
74. A two-dimensional world
75. Man of the world
76. Rand McNally work
77. Rand McNally book
78. Old-time strongman
79. Where to find 5-Down
80. Shoreline shower
81. Map site
82. Spring shower, possibly?
83. Encyclopedia volume, maybe
84. Bodybuilder Charles
85. Someone with a lot on his shoulders
86. Legend's locale
87. Rocket that launched the Mercury spacecraft
88. Strong supporter?
89. Book that readers think the world of
90. Bearer of the heavens, in myth
91. Father of the Pleiades
92. Pathfinder?
93. Charles ___
94. World Almanac section
95. Encyclopedia section
96. Trip planner's aid
97. Travel reference
98. Book with insets
99. Where to find Washington or Lincoln
100. World book?
101. Oversized volume
102. Oversized reference book
103. Space launch vehicle
104. Volume of the world
105. Where legends appear
106. Book of maps for Argentine province going all the way back
107. Geographic collection
108. Geographic reference book
109. Reference book containing insets
110. Reference book named after a Titan
111. Reference book with maps
112. Gazetteer partner
113. Country record?
114. Bearer of a burden
115. Mythical shrugger?
116. Calypso's father
117. Charter publication?
118. Wherein the world
119. Place finder
120. Earth, bound?
121. Bearer of a great onus
122. Celestial sphere supporter
123. Book that may include many legends
124. Wherein the world?
125. Holder of the heavens
126. Titan for whom a North African mountain range is named
127. Volume with Venezuela
128. Geographer's book
129. Heaven-supporting Titan
130. Explorer's reference
131. Titan condemned to hold up the heavens
132. Color section of an almanac
133. HOLDER OF WORLD TITLE INITIALLY ADMITTED TO EXPRESSION OF REGRET
134. Earth bearer of myth
135. He bore a heavy load
136. He held the whole world in his hands
137. It can help you to see the world
138. Look here to see the world
139. International hold-up man?
140. One of Prometheus' brothers
141. Rand title strongman
142. Topmost cervical vertebra
143. With 28A, a work by 1A
144. Cartographers compilation
145. Rand's "__ Shrugged"
146. NASA booster rocket
147. Early booster rocket
148. Geography reference book
149. Heavens supporter
150. Map holder
151. Word after road or world
152. Reference section offering
153. Geographical reference
154. World holder
155. Book with routes
156. Inset site
157. Big reference
158. Ayn Rand title strongman
159. Reference before GPS
160. Mythical support person
161. Literary shrugger
162. Book that covers a lot of ground?
163. Hammond offering is finally coming up short (5)
164. World Book Encyclopedia?
165. You can see Russia from here
166. Mythical holdup man?
167. Sky holder of myth
168. Early satellite launcher
169. Mapquest alternative
170. One-time 97-pounder?
171. Bearer of great weight
172. Titan with an onus
173. Book of charts
174. Earth-holding Titan
175. Cartographic trove
176. Volume of the earth?
177. Much-burdened Titan
178. Sky carrier
179. Northwest Africa's ___ Mountains
180. Powerful Titan of myth
181. Gazetteer relative
182. Reference with oversized pages
183. ___ Mountains (Moroccan range)
184. Holdup man of myth?
185. Cloud ___ (David Mitchell novel)
186. Titan with an ocean named after him
187. He bore the weight of the world
188. He had the world on his shoulders
189. Book of plats
190. Perseus turned him to stone
191. He has the weight of the world on his shoulders
192. Map locale
193. One of Prometheus's brothers
194. Place to see inlets and insets
195. MapQuest predecessor?
196. Cartographer's book
197. Early launch rocket
198. Volume of maps
199. Where most states have their own page
200. Geography volume
201. Mythological sky holder
202. Sky-supporting brother of Prometheus
203. Book of legends?
204. Book with interstates
205. Low-tech GPS?
206. Aid in planning a trip
207. Book with roads
208. Condemned Titan
209. Reference containing insets
210. Book with 11-Down
211. Geographer's volume
212. Sky-supporting Titan
213. African mountain range
214. Earth bearer
215. Memorable Titan
216. Oversize book
217. Sky supporter of myth
218. Sky-holding Titan
219. First US ICBM
220. Legendary lifter
221. World record
222. Mythical world lifter
223. North African mountain range
224. Reference book with scales
225. Strongman of myth
226. Mythical lifter
227. Almanac section
228. Titan of myth
229. __ Shrugged (Rand novel)
230. Geographical reference book
231. Mythical bearer of the heavens
232. Mythical world-lifter
233. Library tome
234. Oversize reference book
235. Road reference
236. Start of an Ayn Rand title
237. Book with scales
238. One with a great burden
239. Oversized volume, often
240. Mythical Earth lifter
241. Project Mercury launcher
242. Rand McNally offering
243. This has been a long time coming!
244. Balance provider, briefly
245. Chief Hun, in Scandinavian legend
246. Mythical king of the Huns
247. Out around midday, say
248. A person who's short might run to it
249. Card taker, for short
250. Dispenser of 20s
251. Out of the office, perhaps
252. 7-Eleven convenience
253. Deposit box?
254. $$$ convenience
255. Their images are out of this world
256. Their scales aid in location
257. Literary Hun king
258. $$$ source
259. 24-hr. source of money
260. Card reader, briefly
261. They go around the world
262. PIN point
263. Drive-up convenience
264. Place for quick cash, for short
265. Where some bills originate, for short
266. Travel aid made obsolescent by GPS
267. Volumes that almost always have indexes
268. I thought this day would never come!
269. Attorneys ___
270. $ource of ca$h
271. Cash box, in brief
272. Part of some encyclopedias
273. World view you might open up to?
274. Self-help books for those feeling lost?
275. Launch vehicle for many NASA missions
276. ___ Cat (pet food brand)
277. Get from -- B
278. One of Lex Luthor's alter egos
279. Glass raiser's words
280. Machines taking PINs
281. 2, for helium: Abbr.
282. Dead: "In the ___ of my life"
283. Early Billy Joel band
284. Brian McKnight "Back ___"
285. Thom Yorke's ___ for Peace
286. Megadeth "___ Le Monde"
287. ___ Blink 182: Pacific Ridge Records Heroes of Pop-Punk
288. Trader Horne "Velvet to ___"
289. Shaving name
290. Bloody chambers
291. Look _____, I'm as helpless...
292. Ma! (He's Making Eyes _____)
293. King of the Huns in myth
294. It's loaded with cash
295. Look _____ I'm Sandra Dee
296. Titan with a heavy load
297. Where the Rocky Mountains' view is flat?
298. Words on a shingle, perhaps
299. Automatic teller
300. Cash source, briefly
301. Seedman Burpee
302. Banking abbreviation
303. Skiing champion Skaardal
304. Cabbage stand?
305. It has many bills
306. Something to bank on?
307. He shrugged, in an Ayn Rand title
308. National Geographic Bee reference
309. Cartographic collection
310. Fellow with a lot of weight on his shoulders
311. Map lover's tome
312. Roads scholar's book?
313. AAA book
314. Rand's "___Shrugged"
315. Traveler's tome
316. World lifting champ?
317. Hammond publication
318. He's got the weight of the world
319. Muscle man
320. Fictional burden bearer
321. Geography buff's book
322. He had the weight of the world on his shoulders
323. Book with insets and legends
324. Globetrotter's aid
325. Titan who supported the heavens on his shoulders
326. World-weary Titan?
327. Ayn Rand title word
328. He's got the whole world in his hands
329. Titan who's world-weary?
330. Ayn Rand's titular Titan
331. Late musclebuilder Charles
332. Book with many legends
333. Globetrotter's guide
334. Legendary book?
335. Locale for legions of legends
336. World-weary fellow?
337. Globetrotter's reference
338. Mythic sky supporter
339. Reference book
340. ___ Shrugged
341. Bearer of a great burden
342. He shrugged, said Miss Rand
343. Supporter of the world
344. Geographer's need
345. Man with a load
346. Sky-bearer
347. Strong one
348. Where to locate 30 Down
349. ___ Shrugged, Rand novel
350. Titan who wasn't 28 Across
351. Map book
352. Brother of Prometheus
353. Rockefeller Center statue
354. Rand's shrugger
355. Africa's ___ Mountains
356. Map collection
357. Holdup man?
358. Mythical strongman
359. In the rear of some johns?
360. Travel aid
361. They show the way
362. After a lengthy delay
363. Travel guides
364. Brynhild's brother, in myth
365. Balance provider, for short
366. Cartographer's creation
367. Hammond product
368. Mythological sky supporter
369. Traveler's aid
370. Country album?
371. Geography book
372. Hold-up man?
373. Tour guide
374. It'll show you the world
375. Greek strongman
376. World record?
377. America's first ICBM
378. Lands in book form
379. Onetime "97-pound weakling" Charles
380. U.S. booster rocket
381. Man with the weight of the world on his shoulders
382. Chart collection
383. Guy with his back to the world
384. Muscleman Charles
385. Person Perseus petrified
386. The world in two dimensions
387. One place to see the world
388. Where Arizona may be next to Arkansas
389. Book with legends
390. Cartography volume
391. Earth-bearer of myth
392. Geography class reference
393. Muscular Charles
394. World carrier?
395. Book requiring frequent changes
396. Titan
397. Size of paper
398. of Attempt
399. To make trial or experiment of; to try; to endeavor to do or perform (some action); to assay; as, to attempt to sing; to attempt a bold flight.
400. To try to move, by entreaty, by afflictions, or by temptations; to tempt.
401. To try to win, subdue, or overcome; as, one who attempts the virtue of a woman.
402. To attack; to make an effort or attack upon; to try to take by force; as, to attempt the enemy's camp.
403. To make an attempt; -- with upon.
404. A essay, trial, or endeavor; an undertaking; an attack, or an effort to gain a point; esp. an unsuccessful, as contrasted with a successful, effort.
405. Capable of being attempted, tried, or attacked.
406. Booster rocket
407. China setting?
408. Rand McNally product
409. Bearer of scales and plates
410. Country store?
411. Book often stored horizontally
412. Rockefeller Center figure
413. Rocket first tested in 1957
414. World view?
415. Collection of plates
416. Titan who fetched apples for Hercules
417. Mini-section of an almanac
418. Big name in tires
419. North Africa's ___ Mountains
420. Figure of Greek myth with a statue at Rockefeller Center
421. Holder of legends
422. What may hold a world of information?
423. Titan after whom one of the oceans is named
424. Ayn Rand's "___ Shrugged"
425. 50's ICBM
426. Earth bound?
427. Traveler's reference
428. Road ___
429. Place holder?
430. Library volume
431. Snatched away: Rare (7)
432. Mufti (4)
433. Work of cartography
434. Finally, almost, maps are evident
435. Mountains in North Africa
436. Titan with massive shoulders
437. Mountain range from Cape Nun to Cape Bon
438. He bore the vault of heaven
439. Book ultimately missing conclusion
440. Strong man
441. Mountain range in N W Africa
442. A statue in Rockefeller Center
443. Fabled weight lifter
444. African mountains
445. The world's on his shoulders
446. He supported the sky on his shoulders
447. Strong man of Greek mythology
448. He supported the world before ECA
449. Mountains in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia
450. Muscular marvel
451. Tin from Atlantis produced by Greek with the world on his shoulders
452. Book for a geography buff
453. "Cloud ___" (David Mitchell novel)
454. "Trojans" ___ Genius
455. "Trojans" group ___ Genius
456. "___ Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders"
457. "___ Shrugged" (Rand novel)
458. "___ Shrugged" (Rand)
459. "___ Shrugged " Rand novel
460. '___ Shrugged'
461. A Titan.
462. A moon of Saturn
463. AAA publication
464. African mountain range.
465. African range.
466. Agena mate
467. Air Force missile
468. Almanac part
469. An ICBM
470. An ICBM.
471. Another place to see the world
472. Armchair traveler's aid
473. Assistant in a Herculean labor
474. Ayn Rand McNally title word?
475. Ayn Rand novel "___ Shrugged"
476. Ayn Rand shrugger
477. Ayn Rand subject
478. Battles driving song?
479. Bearer of a global burden
480. Bearer of the heavens
481. Bearer of the heavens in myth
482. Bearer of the sky in myth
483. Big book
484. Big library book
485. Big map book
486. Big reference book
487. Body builder Charles
488. Book containing many legends
489. Book filled with legends
490. Book for boaters
491. Book for site-reading
492. Book for travelers
493. Book full of legends?
494. Book full of maps
495. Book next to a dictionary maybe
496. Book of cartography
497. Book of inlets and insets
498. Book of legends
499. Book of locations
500. Book of many insets
501. Book of many places
502. Book of maps.
503. Book of places
504. Book of the world
505. Book of world maps
506. Book perhaps obviated by Google Maps
507. Book sort of obviated by smartphones
508. Book that helps one gain a worldy perspective?
509. Book that'll show you the world
510. Book that's out of this world?
511. Book whose pages might cover the surface of the earth?
512. Book with Boise and Bavaria
513. Book with Brazil and Belize
514. Book with Brazil and Bhutan
515. Book with Bucharest and Bangkok
516. Book with a key
517. Book with bird's-eye views
518. Book with inlets and insets
519. Book with keys
520. Book with maps
521. Book you might find on a boat sailing around the world
522. Book you might mark your place in?
523. Bound maps
524. Broad-shouldered Titan
525. Brother of Menoetius
526. Burden bearer
527. Burden bearer.
528. Burden-bearer of myth.
529. Burdened Titan of myth
530. Burdened man
531. Burdened one.
532. Carrier of the heavens
533. Cartographer's concern.
534. Cartographer's product
535. Cartographical collection
536. Cartography achievement
537. Certain Titan
538. Certain geography book
539. Certain reference book
540. Certain type of reference book
541. Charles named "World's Most Perfectly Developed Man" in 1922
542. Charles who was born Angelo Siciliano
543. Chart book
544. Charter publications?
545. Compendium of travel maps
546. Country records?
547. Darryl Strawberry or Rusty Staub
548. Don't kick sand in his face
549. Earth is his onus
550. Earth bound?
551. Encyclopedia supplement
552. Encyclopedia volume maybe
553. Encyclopedia volume perhaps
554. Essential part of Caesar dressing?
555. Famous muscle man
556. Father of Hyades.
557. Fictional burden-bearer
558. Figure on the frontispiece of Mercator's 1595 work
559. First cervical vertebra
560. First talking satellite Dec. 18 1958.
561. First vertebra
562. Flat-Earth proponent?
563. Frequent find on the oversized book shelf
564. Gazetteer shelfmate
565. Gazetteer.
566. Geographer's need
567. Geographer's reference
568. Geographic reference
569. Geographical aid
570. Geography book.
571. Geography class textbook
572. Geography tome
573. Giant of Greek legend
574. Giant of legend.
575. Gift from the National Geographic Store perhaps
576. Global carrier?
577. Global superpower?
578. Global support?
579. Globe trekker's book
580. Globe-trotter's reference
581. Good book to have on board
582. Google Earth in print form
583. Google Earth predecessor
584. Google Maps essentially
585. Guy with a lot on his shoulders
586. Hammond book
587. Hammond offering
588. He bore the heavens on his shoulders (5)
589. He carried the weight of the world
590. He carries the weight of the world on his shoulders
591. He had a heavy load to bear
592. He has the whole world on his shoulders
593. He holds everything up
594. He shrugged in an Ayn Rand title
595. He shrugged said Miss Rand
596. He's got the whole world on his shoulders
597. Heavens-holding Titan
598. Heavily-burdened one
599. Heavy-duty Titan.
600. Help for an armchair traveler
601. Hit-the-road guide
602. Hold this and the whole world is in your hands
603. Iapetus's son.
604. International support system?
605. Interstate guide
606. Island shower maybe
607. Isometrics proponent Charles
608. It can help you locate an artery
609. It can show you the world
610. It can show you the world?
611. It may display ranges
612. It might help you get around
613. It puts the whole world in your hands
614. It's all mapped out
615. It's been mostly replaced by GPS
616. It's bound to provide relief
617. It's filled with legends
618. It's page after page of places
619. Jupiter's titanic foe to a Latin lover
620. Land record?
621. Large library volume
622. Large size of drawing paper.
623. Latish lunch hr.
624. Lee Lawrie statue in Rockefeller Center.
625. Legendary reference book?
626. Library reference book
627. Lifter of myth
628. Lighten with a toad
629. Load-bearing Titan
630. Location location
631. Mainstay.
632. Man with a burden.
633. Map source
634. Mayflower competitor
635. Mayflower rival
636. Menoetius's brother
637. Mercator creation
638. Mercator product
639. Mercury-___ 6 (John Glenn's 2/20/62 mission)
640. Missal
641. Missile
642. Missile.
643. Moon of Saturn
644. Morocco's ___ Mountains
645. Mountain range in Africa
646. Mountain range in Africa.
647. Mountain range of Africa.
648. Mountain range of N. Africa.
649. Mountain range of North Africa.
650. Mountain shower perhaps
651. Mountains of Africa
652. Moving van line
653. Muscle man Charles
654. Mythical Titan
655. Mythical burden bearer
656. Mythical giant
657. Mythical muscleman
658. Mythical one with a heavy burden
659. Mythical sky supporter
660. Mythical strong man
661. Mythical weightlifter
662. Mythical world-bearer
663. Mythical world-holder
664. Mythological figure hinted at by the answers to the eight starred clues as well as this puzzle's design
665. NASA booster
666. Needed for the road
667. New Hampshire and New Zealand are in it
668. North African mountain range.
669. North African mountains
670. North African range.
671. North American range.
672. Noted shrugger
673. Old-fashioned provider of directions
674. On-the-road read
675. One for the road?
676. One holding various world views
677. One of the Titans
678. One of the missiles.
679. One place to find America
680. One presenting the earth as flat?
681. One who carries a great burden
682. One with a big weight on his shoulders
683. One with a tremendous burden to shoulder finally falls short (5)
684. One with the weight of the world on his shoulders
685. Onetime "98-pound weakling" Charles
686. Origin of Ike's Good Will broadcast.
687. Oversized volume often
688. Pages of places
689. Paper size
690. Paper size.
691. Part of an Ayn Rand metaphor
692. Place for a world view?
693. Place of legends
694. Place setting?
695. Place to find Canada or the US
696. Place to see the world
697. Placeholder?
698. Plain text?
699. Plate holder
700. Pre-GPS buy
701. Project Mercury launch rocket
702. Project Mercury missle
703. Provider of global support?
704. Provider of world views
705. Provider of worldly views
706. Rand McNally Sparta song?
707. Rand McNally publication
708. Rand McNally reference
709. Rand novel "___ Shrugged"
710. Rand says he shrugged
711. Rand's ___ Shrugged
712. Rand's titular titan
713. Rand-McNally offering
714. Rand-McNally publication
715. Rand.s ___ Shrugged
716. Range in Morocco
717. Ref. book
718. Reference book that may be historical
719. Reference book.
720. Reference named for a Titan
721. Reference to stongman?
722. Reference volume
723. Reference volume.
724. Reference with a world of information?
725. Reference with maps
726. Reference work
727. Relative of a gazetteer
728. Road map
729. Road scholar's book?
730. Road work?
731. Road-map compendium
732. Shrugging god of fiction
733. Size of paper.
734. Sky support?
735. Sky supporter
736. Sky-bearer of myth
737. Sky-bearing Titan
738. Small world?
739. Son of Iapetus
740. Sparta song for the road?
741. Spring shower possibly?
742. Statue at Rockefeller Center
743. Statue in front of Rockefeller Center
744. Strength personified
745. Strongman
746. Strongman's reference
747. Strongman's reference?
748. Supporter of the heavens
749. The man holding us up?
750. The seven Pleiades were his daughters
751. The sky was his limit
752. Tighten with considerable strength
753. Titan associated with big burdens
754. Titan bearing the world
755. Titan of the reference section
756. Titan that lent his name to a book
757. Titan who holds up the world
758. Titan who probably had great delts
759. Titan with a load
760. Titan.
761. Tome with many legends
762. Topmost neck vertebra
763. Town shower
764. Travel agent s aid
765. Travel book that's hard to fit in your luggage
766. Travel guide
767. Traveler's book
768. Two-dimensional world?
769. U. S. missile
770. U.S. missile
771. Upholder of the heavens.
772. Uplifting mythological figure?
773. Volume with Venezuela and Vanuatu
774. Volume with Vietnam
775. Way to see the world?
776. Weight-bearing figure?
777. Whence the phrase "to carry the weight of the world on one's shoulders"
778. Where the Rocky Mountains are flat?
779. Where to find Washington state and Washington D.C.
780. Where to find the world in two dimensions
781. Where to get a world view?
782. Wherein the world is flat
783. Wherein the world really is flat
784. With 28A a work by 1A
785. Woody fiber
786. Work with a global perspective
787. Work with insets
788. World ___
789. World carrier
790. World support?
791. World supporter?
792. World traveler's reference
793. World-view provider
794. World-weary Titan
795. World-weary deity?
796. Large size of drawing paper
797. Mountain system in North Africa
798. Mercator's symbol
799. Mountain system of North Africa
800. Mountain range in No Africa
801. Map-filled tome
802. Encyclopedia volume, perhaps
803. Rand's ____ Shrugged
804. Former British prime minister
805. Tamarisk
806. Rand.s ___ Shrugged
807. Finally
808. Where to find 33 Across
809. Attorney- ___
810. Finally!
811. Books that may display where and tear?
812. Bread machine?
813. In any case
814. It took you long enough!
815. Shout after a long wait
816. 24/7 convenience
817. Etta James' signature song
818. Now we can finally begin!
819. Books with legends
820. Biggest book in a library, perhaps
821. Attorney-___
822. Oversized reference books
823. It's about time!
824. $$$ dispenser
825. 20's dispenser
826. Cry of relief
827. 24-hr. convenience
828. Mythical Hun king
829. 20s dispenser
830. Bread box?
831. See 1-Across
832. After much delay
833. Not under
834. Husband of Gudrun
835. Counselor-___
836. Free
837. 24-hr. banking convenience
838. They have scales
839. Words of relief
840. Hun king, in myth
841. $20 bill dispenser, briefly
842. Banking convenience, for short
843. Unhurriedly
844. Still
845. From -- Z
846. Bikini, e.g.
847. Energy source
848. Coral ring
849. =-- cost (for free)
850. =-- -Z (completely)
851. =-- -Z (thoroughly)
852. Volume 1 heading starter
853. Repented
854. From ___ Z
855. Golfer Hogan
856. Kind of card
857. Sphere start
858. Hun king
859. Mythic king of the Huns
860. Cash caches
861. Shingle words
862. PIN requester
863. It's filled with bills
864. Attorney modifier
865. Minimally
866. Banking convenience
867. They'll show you the world
868. About time!
869. World books
870. Oversize references
871. After a lengthy pause
872. References with scales
873. High mountains in North Africa.
874. Oriental tamarisk.
875. Mountains in Northern Africa.
876. North African mountains.
877. Porridge: Sp. Amer.
878. Mountains in North Africa.
879. Titan with massive shoulders.
880. Books needing revision.
881. Strong man.
882. Tamarisk salt tree.
883. Mountains of North Africa.
884. The world's on his shoulders.
885. Cartographer's book.
886. He supported the sky on his shoulders.
887. He supported the world before E.C.A.
888. Mountain range in N. W. Africa.
889. Mountains in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.
890. Muscular marvel.
891. Statue in Rockefeller Center.
892. Strong man of Greek mythology.
893. Legendary Norse King.
894. Fabled weight lifter.
895. Mexican throwing stick.
896. Lofty mountain backdrop for North Africa.
897. Mountain system in North Africa.
898. Cartographer's works.
899. Mountain range in No. Africa.
900. Mountain system of North Africa.
901. Top vertebra of the neck.
902. Certain reference books.
903. Large square folio.
904. One of the Titans.
905. Alone ___.
906. Mountain range of No. Africa.
907. Reference books.
908. Map book.
909. One who carries a great burden.
910. Finally.
911. Air Force ICBM.
912. ICBM.
913. Successful U. S. missile.
914. Missiles of the U. S. A. F.
915. Vehicle for 25 Across.
916. One of the major rockets.
917. Certain books.
918. Road __
919. Giant
920. Large square folio
921. Mountain range of No Africa
922. Geography supplement
923. Man with a burden
924. Cloud ____ (2012 Hanks movie)
925. Successful U S missile
926. Air Force ICBM
927. $,, missile
928. ICBM
929. Origin of Ike's Good Will broadcast
930. One of the missiles
931. Cartographer's concern
932. Upholder of the heavens
933. Mountain range of N Africa
934. First talking satellite, Dec ,
935. Mountain range of Africa
936. North American range
937. Mountain range of North Africa
938. Heavy-duty Titan
939. Giant of legend
940. Lee Lawrie statue in Rockefeller Center
941. Burden-bearer of myth
942. Gazetteer
943. Book of maps or charts
944. Ref book
945. US missile
946. U S missile
947. Charles ___, how Angelo Siciliano is better known
948. Where to locate
949. Titan who wasn't
950. Former "-pound weakling"
951. Motorist’s aid
952. Finally doesn't finish a book
953. He has the world at his fingertips
954. Big book of maps
955. '___ of Peculiar Galaxies'
956. Road guide
957. Book of maps 5 Letters