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# Clue
1. City way: Abbr.
2. "___ Maria"
3. Salutation
4. Pennsylvania, e.g.
5. Hail!
6. Rosary bead
7. Relative of st.
8. Farewell from Fabius
9. "Hail, Claudius!"
10. "___ atque vale"
11. "___ atque vale!"
12. Fifth of Man.
13. Galba's greeting
14. ___ atque vale
15. Angelus prayer
16. Mad. or Lex.
17. Fifth ___, parade site
18. Swinburne's "___ Atque Vale"
19. "Hail!"
20. Rte. of a sort
21. Roman greeting
22. Caesar's "Hi!" or "Bye"
23. Pennsylvania, in D.C.
24. Caesar's "Hail!"
25. Mad., for one
26. Relative of blvd.
27. Harriman nickname
28. Salutation to Caesar
29. Baltic or Atlantic
30. Harriman's nickname
31. Salutation to Scipio
32. N.Y.C.'s Madison
33. Mad. or Lex., e.g.
34. "Hail, Hadrian!"
35. Hail, to Caesar
36. Greeting forAcross
37. Gladiator's greeting
38. Lex. or Mad.
39. Pk. or 5th
40. Cicero's "Hail!"
41. Vale's partner
42. "Hail!" to Caesar
43. ___ atque vale!
44. Salutation from Seneca
45. Hello, to Hadrian
46. Hail to Caesar!
47. Goodbye, to Galba
48. A Harriman nickname
49. Lexington or Madison in N.Y.C.
50. Sulla's salutation
51. Caesar's hello or goodbye
52. Maria's musical start
53. Mad. follower
54. Caesar's greeting
55. Greeting from Gaius
56. Haill or farewelll
57. _____ atque vale
58. "Hail, Caesar!"
59. Ventnor or Vermont, e.g.: Abbr.
60. Madison, e.g.: Abbr.
61. Mad.___
62. Greeting for Galba
63. Pennsylvania ___
64. Monopoly abbr.
65. N.Y.'s Fifth, e.g.
66. Mad. ___
67. Many a state name in D.C.
68. Old-time welcome
69. D.C.'s Pennsylvania ___
70. Hail to Caesar
71. Park, e.g.: Abbr.
72. N.Y.C.'s Park, e.g.
73. Monopoly space: Abbr.
74. Park in N.Y.C., e.g.
75. Many a Monopoly property: Abbr.
76. First, Second or Third: Abbr.
77. Bygone greeting
78. Michigan in Chicago: Abbr.
79. "Hail!," to Horace
80. Court alternative: Abbr.
81. Pennsylvania, e.g.: Abbr.
82. Park ___ (N.Y.C. locale)
83. Michigan, e.g., in Chicago: Abbr.
84. Columbus, in N.Y.C.
85. Park in N.Y.C., say
86. Greeting on the Appian Way
87. Circus Maximus greeting
88. Many a Monopoly sq.
89. Street crosser: Abbr.
90. St. crossing
91. Greetings from Galba
92. "___, Caesar!"
93. Maria preceder
94. Mad., e.g.
95. "___ Maris Stella" (Latin hymn)
96. One ofon a Monopoly board: Abbr.
97. St. Bernard in New Orleans, e.g.: Abbr.
98. N.Y.C.'s Columbus ___
99. Washington in D.C., e.g.
100. "Hello, Hadrian!"
101. Madison in N.Y.C., e.g.
102. Long-ago greeting
103. States on a game board, e.g.: Abbr.
104. Usually broad road: Abbr.
105. Broad street (Abbr.)
106. Lexington or Madison, in NYC (Abbr.)
107. Pa. or Mass.
108. Not a blvd.
109. Word to Maria
110. Hail! raisers' word
111. Horatian hello
112. Maria's greeting
113. D.C. map line
114. Pennsylvania, for one: Abbr.
115. N.Y.'s Park, e.g.
116. Greeting of old
117. Hadrian's "hail"
118. Hi, Claudius
119. Constitution, for one: Abbr.
120. Blvd.'s kin
121. Park in NYC, e.g.
122. Park or Penna.
123. Hail, long ago
124. Park in NYC
125. Schubert's "___ Maria"
126. Pennsylvania in D.C.
127. Abbr. in the White House address
128. Atlantic in Atlantic City, e.g.: Abbr.
129. Blvd. kin
130. Hadrian's hail
131. Madison in NYC, e.g.
132. L.A.'s Melrose, e.g.
133. Major st.
134. Wide street: Abbr.
135. “___ Maria”
136. MANY A MONOPOLY SQUARE
137. WINNIPEG'S PORTAGE, E.G..
138. BOSTON'S COMMONWEALTH, E.G.
139. Mass. ___
140. Caesar's welcome
141. Fifth in N.Y.C.
142. Reverential salutation
143. Blvd. relative
144. Park or Fifth, in NYC (Abbr.)
145. __ Mariaآ·
146. Cathedral hail
147. DC's Pennsylvania, for one
148. NY's Fifth, for one
149. Street-map abbr.
150. Street-sign abbr.
151. Expression of greeting
152. Gaius's good-bye
153. Plat abbr.
154. Roman welcome
155. Fifth in N.Y.C., e.g.
156. Greetings to Galba
157. Madison, e.g., for short
158. Old Roman welcome
159. Pennsylvania in D.C., e.g.
160. Fifth or Park: Abbr.
161. Hadrian's hello
162. Park in N.Y., e.g.
163. Park or Lex, in NYC
164. Greeting to Brutus
165. Letters on a street sign
166. Chicago's Michigan: Abbr.
167. N.Y.C.'s Park, for one
168. Hi, Claudius!
169. Abbr. in my snail mail address
170. Blvd. alternative
171. Cato's ciao
172. Champs-أ‰lysأ©es, e.g.: Abbr.
173. Dallas's Greenville ___
174. First in NYC, e.g.
175. Forum hello
176. Greeting in a toga
177. Hail in a forum
178. Hail, in Rome
179. Long way to go in NYC
180. Lyft line: Abbr.
181. Main thoroughfare: Abbr.
182. Mass. ___, Boston
183. Massachusetts, in Boston, e.g.
184. Massachusetts, in Cambridge, e.g.
185. Monopoly property, often: abbr.
186. Pennsylvania in Washington: Abbr.
187. Vatican greeting
188. Ventnor, e.g.: Abbr.
189. Saluation
190. Greeting to Maria
191. Hello, to Octavian
192. Boston's Mass or Comm, e.g.
193. Hail, to Horatio
194. Mass. or Comm.
195. Commonwealth, for ex.
196. Hello, Caesar
197. North-south thoroughfare in NYC
198. Caesar's hail
199. Salutation for Caesar
200. Monopoly board abbr.
201. Hail!, to Horace
202. Hail, to Hadrian
203. New Orleans's St. Bernard, e.g.
204. Kentucky or Indiana on a Monopoly board: Abbr.
205. Greetings, Gaius!
206. Blvd. cousin
207. Hail, to Maria
208. Madison or Fifth (abbr.)
209. One hail of a greeting?
210. Ciao, Caesar
211. Abbr. on a Monopoly board
212. Caesar's salutation
213. D.C.'s Constitution or Pennsylvania
214. Latin salutation
215. N.Y.C.'s Park or Lexington, e.g.
216. “Hail!”
217. Yo, Hadrian!
218. Park, in NYC
219. Fifth in NYC, e.g.
220. Maine in D.C., e.g.
221. Greeting for Gaius
222. Lettered Bklyn. thoroughfare
223. Monopoly deed abbr.
224. Roman salutation
225. City thoroughfare: Abbr.
226. Many a Monopoly prop.
227. Boston's Mass __
228. Chicago's Michigan, e.g.: Abbr.
229. Ill. and Ind., in Monopoly
230. Many a Monopoly rd.
231. Postal address abbr.
232. Abbr. in many addresses
233. Hail in old Rome
234. Prop. often named for a state in Monopoly
235. N-S Manhattan road
236. NYC's Lex, e.g.
237. Oft-numbered rd.
238. Thoroughfare: Abbr.
239. Melrose in L.A., say
240. NYC's Park, e.g.
241. One of 17 Monopoly props.
242. Urban way: Abbr.
243. Hail: Lat.
244. D.C.'s Constitution, e.g.
245. Thin line on an L.A. map
246. Hail, to Horace
247. Urban-map abbr.
248. 5th, for one
249. Street-map letters
250. Greeting to Caesar
251. Many a state name, in D.C.
252. Urban thoroughfare: Abbr.
253. Pa. or Mass., in DC
254. Hi or bye, long ago
255. Old welcome
256. Intersection abbr.
257. Picasso's "Colombe ___ fleurs"
258. It's heard at many a wedding
259. Parts of some services
260. When I am dead and gone, remember to ___ me ...: "Henry VI, Part I"
261. Photographer who was the inspiration for "Funny Face"
262. Eye-for-an-eye seeker
263. Park ___
264. Matisse's "Jeune fille ___ tiare"
265. Ant-Man, Iron Man, Wasp or Thor, in Marvel Comics
266. Many a vigilante
267. Like some wrongs
268. Amsterdam in New York
269. Many a Monopoly property
270. French word whose opposite is 66-Across
271. Tours "with"
272. Photographer who once collaborated with Capote
273. Schubert masterpiece
274. Hit Broadway musical with the song "I'm Not Wearing Underwear Today"
275. Show set in an "outer-outer borough" of New York
276. With, on le menu
277. In the American West photographer
278. Johnson & Johnson skin-care brand
279. Mit, across the Rhine
280. Take an eye for an eye for
281. Bygone Chevy subcompact
282. Car name that's Latin for "desire"
283. Skin and hair care brand
284. Solo at many a wedding
285. Marvel's Thor, Captain America or Iron Man
286. Skin-care brand whose active ingredients are oat compounds
287. Eastern border of Manhattan's Tompkins Square Park
288. Philadelphia's Allegheny or Aramingo: Abbr.
289. Uber app abbr.
290. With, to Renoir
291. Mass number
292. Final song in "Fantasia"
293. Movie franchise that set a record opening weekend gross in 2018 ($640 million)
294. Colosseum "hello"
295. Constitution or Independence, in D.C.
296. Michigan, e.g.: Abbr.
297. Ocean, e.g., in Santa Monica, Calif.: Abbr.
298. One of 17 Monopoly properties: Abbr.
299. Park in N.Y.C.: Abbr.
300. With, at a cafأ©
301. Salon brand
302. Turn aside, as a gaze
303. 1987 Reebok acquisition
304. Athletic shoe with an arrow in its logo
305. 'Fried Green Tomatoes' director Jon
306. Like kites and stilts
307. Prefix for the birds?
308. Pilot a plane
309. Flies a plane
310. Big name in car rental
311. Those giving out prizes
312. Batting stat
313. Amazement at a show
314. Suicidal Tendencies/Beastie Boys drummer (nickname)
315. '85 U2 EP "Wide ___"
316. Counting Crows "Across ___: Live in New York City"
317. Jung is its CEO
318. Calculated the mean
319. Not favoring
320. John Steed, for one
321. Retribution seeker
322. Fifth or Lexington
323. Abbr. on 17 Monopoly title deeds
324. Pennsylvania, in DC
325. Maria's introduction?
326. Official USPS abbr.
327. Pennsylvania or Wisconsin, in D.C.
328. The ___ (U District road)
329. The ___ (commercial center of the U District)
330. Street map abbr.
331. ____Maria
332. Greeting, to Gaius
333. Greetings! from Galba
334. Farewell, at the Forum
335. Horace's "Hail!"
336. Pennsylvania or Madison: abbr.
337. Roman farewell
338. Way to go, for short
339. Chicago's Michigan (abbr.)
340. Constitution, in D.C.
341. NYC st. crosser
342. Old Roman greeting
343. Park in New York City (abbr.)
344. Word on an env.
345. Monopoly stop, perhaps (abbr.)
346. Prayer opener
347. Abbr. on many a Monopoly property
348. Lex or Mad, in N.Y.C.
349. ___ Maria (Gounod/Bach work)
350. Hail, to Ovid
351. Pennsylvania or Madison (abbr.)
352. Hail in the forum
353. Part of many a P.O. address
354. ___ Maria
355. Harriman, to friends
356. Blvd.
357. Horace's hello
358. Opposite of vale
359. Caesar's "hail"
360. Mad. or 5th
361. Madison or Fifth: Abbr.
362. City route: Abbr.
363. Relative of a blvd.
364. Vale's opposite
365. Old greeting
366. Hail, Claudius!
367. Short way
368. Hail Mary
369. Hail or farewell
370. Hail, Hadrian!
371. St.
372. Greeting for 37 Across
373. Hail! to Caesar
374. Hail, Caesar!
375. Hail from the past
376. ___plaisir
377. Doesn't forgive and forget
378. Church recitation
379. ___ أ§a! ("Nonsense!"): Fr.
380. Tours with?
381. Gounod composition
382. Common recitation
383. __ Maria
384. St. crosser
385. ____ Maria
386. Hail
387. Big rd.
388. Forum greeting
389. Word of praise
390. Rd.
391. Blvd. crosser
392. Greeting to Galba
393. Hadrian's "hello"
394. Madison or 5th, e.g.
395. N.Y.C.'s Park or Madison
396. Caesarean sign-off
397. Hadrian's "Hail!"
398. Fifth of NYC
399. Mad. or Park
400. Columbus in NYC, e.g.
401. Madison in NYC
402. City map abbr.
403. Apprised; informed; cognizant; conscious; as, he was aware of the enemy's designs.
404. To warn.
405. Map abbr.
406. Caesar's hello
407. See 25-Across
408. Fifth, e.g.: Abbr.
409. Word of farewell
410. Word of welcome
411. Hello or goodbye
412. Park, e.g., in N.Y.C.
413. N.Y.C.'s Park or Lexington
414. Greeting to Gaius
415. Stowe girl
416. N.Y.C.'s Madison ___
417. Greeting at the Forum
418. Cry in old Rome
419. Commonwealth in Boston, e.g.: Abbr.
420. N.Y.C.'s Park or Lex
421. With 44-Across, a traditional Catholic prayer
422. N.Y.C.'s A, B, C or D
423. One of 17 on a Monopoly board: Abbr.
424. D.C.'s Pennsylvania, e.g.
425. Constitution in D.C., e.g.
426. New York or Wisconsin, in D.C.
427. Pennsylvania ___ (White House locale: Abbr.)
428. Mediterranean or Baltic: Abbr.
429. N.Y.C.'s Columbus, e.g.
430. Brooklyn's Flatbush, e.g.: Abbr.
431. Penn., e.g.
432. Prayer word
433. N.Y.C.'s ___ of the Americas
434. Ancient greeting
435. Here lies one whose name was writ in water (5)
436. Weights (4)
437. Language of the Yaruros (4)
438. Small weight of Denmark (3)
439. Bavarian river, miles to Elbe (4)
440. Greeting
441. Pennsylvania, e.g., in D.C.
442. Farewell
443. Farewell!
444. Hail and farewell!
445. Fifth ___
446. New York's Lexington, for short
447. Street sign abbreviation
448. Greeting for Caesar
449. Hail! or Farewell!
450. Farewell: Lat
451. Thoroughfare: Abbr
452. Welcome!
453. Hail: Latin
454. 5th ___
455. "'Sup Caesar?"
456. "'Sup Maria"
457. "Ciao Brutus"
458. "Ciao Caesar"
459. "Electric" place in an Eddy Grant title: abbr.
460. "Good morning Caesar"
461. "Greetings!" from Galba
462. "Greetings Brutus!"
463. "Greetings Caesar!"
464. "Greetings Caesar"
465. "Greetings Gaius!"
466. "Hail! " to Caesar
467. "Hail!" long ago
468. "Hail!" of old Rome
469. "Hail!" raisers' word
470. "Hail!" to Horace
471. "Hail! " to Caesar
472. "Hail! " to Horace
473. "Hail Caesar!"
474. "Hail Caesar!"?
475. "Hail Caesar"
476. "Hail Cato!"
477. "Hail Claudius!"
478. "Hail old Roman!"
479. "Hail " to Caesar
480. "Hail " to Ovid
481. "Hello Caesar"
482. "Hello Hadrian!"
483. "Hey Caesar!"
484. "Hey Caesar"
485. "Hey Ovid!"
486. "Hi Claudius!"
487. "Hi Claudius"
488. "Howdy Hadrian"
489. "Monopoly" board abbr.
490. "Monument ___" (1998)
491. "Sup Caesar?"
492. "Vale!" alternative
493. "Welcome!"
494. "Yo! Hadrian!"
495. "Yo Hadrian!"
496. "___ Maria" (Beyonce recording)
497. "___ Maria" (Gounod/Bach work)
498. "___ Maria" (Schubert song linked to Mussorgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain" in Disney's "Fantasia")
499. "___ Maria" (hymn)
500. "___ Maria" (popular wedding song)
501. "___ Maria" Chris Cornell
502. "___ Maria gratia plena"
503. "___ Maria."
504. "___ Caesar!"
505. "___ Imperator!"
506. "___Maria"
507. '-- Maria'
508. 'Greetings Brutus!'
509. 'Greetings Gaius!'
510. 'Greetings Galba!'
511. 'Hail!'
512. 'Hail' to Caesar
513. 'Hail Caesar!'
514. 'Hail Cato!'
515. 'Hail Hadrian!'
516. 'Hail Livy!'
517. 'Hail Nero!'
518. 'Hail Ovid!'
519. 'Hello Hadrian!'
520. 'Hi Hadrian!'
521. 'Hi Horace!'
522. '___ Maria'
523. 1600 Pennsylvania ___ (D.C. address)
524. 2nd or 6th in NYC
525. 5th in NYC e.g.
526. 5th or Lexington: Abbr.
527. 5th or Mad. e.g.
528. 5th or Madison
529. 5th or Madison e.g.
530. 5th or Madison in NYC
531. 5th or Park
532. 5th or Park in NYC
533. 5th for one
534. A backwards Gabor?
535. A B C or D in NYC
536. Abbr. at an intersection
537. Abbr. for Monopoly properties
538. Abbr. for many Monopoly properties
539. Abbr. in many snail mail addresses
540. Abbr. in many-a snail mail address
541. Abbr. on a DC Metro map
542. Abbr. on a GPS screen
543. Abbr. on a road map
544. Abbr. on a street sign
545. Abbr. on many Monopoly cards
546. Abbr. on many Monopoly deeds
547. Abbr. on some street signs
548. Abbreviation on a street sign.
549. Abbreviation on street signs.
550. Address abbr.
551. Address abbr. sometimes
552. Allege to be true
553. Alternative to Ct. or La.
554. Amsterdam e.g.: Abbr.
555. Ancient salutation
556. Angelus prayer.
557. Atlantic in Atlantic City e.g.: Abbr.
558. Atlantic or Baltic (abbr.)
559. Atlantic or Pacific in Monopoly: Abbr.
560. Baltic e.g. Abbr.
561. Big st.
562. Bird: Sp.
563. Bklyn.'s Flatbush for example
564. Blvd. and st. relative
565. Blvd.? No close
566. Boston's Commonwealth e.g. (Abbr.)
567. Boston's Commonwealth e.g.: Abbr.
568. Boston's Mass ___
569. Boston's Mass or Comm e.g.
570. Boston's Mass. ___
571. Boston's Mass. or Comm.
572. Broad st.
573. Broad street briefly
574. Broad way: abbr.
575. Broadway's Q for one (abbr.)
576. Brooklyn's Flatbush e.g.: Abbr.
577. Bye in old Rome
578. CPW in NYC e.g.
579. Caesar's 'hail'
580. Caesar's word of welcome
581. Caesarean greeting
582. Caesarean salutation
583. Caesarean salute
584. Cato's parting word
585. Central Park West e.g.: Abbr.
586. Cesar Chavez in L.A.
587. Champs-Elysees e.g.: Abbr.
588. Chicago's Michigan e.g.: Abbr.
589. Chris Cornell: "___ Maria"
590. Ciao to Caesar
591. Cicero's salutation
592. City st.
593. Classic greeting
594. Colosseum greeting
595. Columbus in N.Y.C. or S.F.
596. Columbus in NYC e.g.
597. Columbus or Madison: Abbr.
598. Columbus or Park (Abbr.)
599. Columbus in N.Y.C.
600. Commonwealth in Boston e.g.: Abbr.
601. Commonwealth for ex.
602. Congregation location
603. Constitution in D.C. e.g.
604. Constitution or Independence in D.C.
605. Constitution in D.C.
606. Constitution in DC
607. Cousin of St. or Blvd.
608. Cross for a st.?
609. D.C.'s Constitution
610. D.C.'s Constitution e.g.
611. D.C.'s D or C
612. D.C.'s Pennsylvania
613. D.C.'s Pennsylvania briefly
614. D.C.'s Pennsylvania e.g.
615. D.C.'s Pennsylvania for one
616. D.C.'s Pennsylvania for one: Abbr.
617. DC's Constitution or Pennsylvania
618. DC's Pennsylvania for one
619. Delaware in DC
620. Dr. alternative
621. Drive alternative for short
622. Eddy Grant's was electric (Abbr.)
623. End of most Monopoly property names: Abbr.
624. Envelope abbreviation
625. Famous 5th: abbr.
626. Farewell at the Forum
627. Farewell to Cato
628. Farewell: L.
629. Farewell: Lat.
630. Fifth ___ parade site
631. Fifth for one
632. Fifth in N.Y.C. e.g.
633. Fifth in NYC
634. Fifth in NYC e.g.
635. Fifth is one
636. Fifth of N.Y.C.
637. Fifth of New York City e.g.: Abbr.
638. Fifth or Broadway briefly
639. Fifth or Lex in N.Y.C.
640. Fifth or Madison in N.Y.C.
641. Fifth or Mich.
642. Fifth or Park in NYC
643. Fifth or Seventh in NYC
644. Fifth or Third in N.Y.C.
645. Fifth you can take?: Abbr.
646. Fifth e.g. (Abbr.)
647. Fifth e.g. in NYC
648. Fifth e.g.: Abbr.
649. Fifth for one
650. First in NYC e.g.
651. First word in a classic hymn
652. First Second or Third: Abbr.
653. Flatbush or Fifth: Abbr.
654. Forum farewell
655. Forum greeting.
656. Frequent st. crosser
657. GPS abbr.
658. GPS datum
659. GPS display
660. GPS display letters
661. GPS line
662. GPS screen abbr.
663. GPS suggestion
664. Golden Gate or Presidio in SF
665. Goodbye to Galba
666. Google Maps abbr.
667. Gounod hymn "___ Maria"
668. Greeting from Galba
669. Greeting from the past
670. Greeting in ancient Rome
671. Greeting in old Rome
672. Greeting of yore
673. Greeting on a Roman street
674. Greeting to Claudius
675. Greeting to Gaius
676. Greeting.
677. Hadrian's "hi"
678. Hail Caesar!
679. Hail and farewell
680. Hail of old
681. Hail of yore
682. Hail or farewell.
683. Hail that faded away
684. Hail to Horace
685. Hail Caesar!
686. Hail classically
687. Hail in Rome
688. Hail long ago
689. Hail of yore
690. Hail to Caesar
691. Hail to Hadrian
692. Hail to Horace
693. Hail to Horatio
694. Hail to Maria
695. Hail to Ovid
696. Hail.
697. Harriman's nickname.
698. Harriman to friends
699. Harriman.
700. Hello from Hadrian
701. Hello in old Rome
702. Hello to Hadrian
703. Hello to Octavian
704. Hi or bye long ago
705. Hi Hieronymus!
706. Hi to Claudius
707. Horace's hail
708. Hwy. crosser
709. Hymn "hail"
710. Hymn greeting
711. Hymn word
712. Ill. and Ind. in Monopoly
713. Illinois or Oriental briefly in Monopoly
714. In NYC Madison or Lexington
715. Independence in Washington e.g.: Abbr.
716. Intersection abbreviation
717. Intro to Maria
718. Introduction for Maria?
719. It may cross a street in N.Y.C.
720. It might briefly cross a street?
721. It runs N/S in NY
722. It runs north-south in NY
723. It runs perpendicular to a St. in NYC
724. It was "Electric" for Eddy Grant: abbr.
725. Kin of a blvd.
726. Kind of rage
727. L.A.'s Melrose e.g.
728. L.A.'s ___ of the Stars
729. Las Palmas in L.A.
730. Latin greeting
731. Latin greeting.
732. Latin salutation.
733. Letters on some street signs
734. Lex or Mad in N.Y.C.
735. Lex e.g.
736. Lex e.g. in N.Y.C.
737. Lexington in NYC e.g.
738. Lexington or Madison in NYC (Abbr.)
739. Like Madison or Pennsylvania: Abbr.
740. Lincoln or Park in S.J.: Abbr.
741. Line on a GPS
742. Line on a st. map
743. Literally "Be well!"
744. Long rd.
745. Long street for short
746. Mad. or Lexington
747. Mad. e.g.
748. Mad. for one
749. Madison ___
750. Madison ___ (NYC thoroughfare)
751. Madison ___ (the ad biz)
752. Madison in N.Y.C. e.g.
753. Madison in NYC e.g.
754. Madison or 5th e.g.
755. Madison or Fifth
756. Madison or Fifth briefly
757. Madison or Lexington in NYC
758. Madison or Park (Abbr.)
759. Madison or Park briefly
760. Madison or Pennsylvania: abbr.
761. Madison e.g.
762. Madison e.g. for short
763. Madison e.g. in NYC
764. Madison e.g.: Abbr.
765. Madison for one
766. Madison in NYC
767. Maine in D.C. e.g.
768. Major rd.
769. Manchester United rival or for the non-sports folks weapons stockpile
770. Manhattan's Madison e.g.
771. Manhattan's Park or Lexington: Abbr.
772. Manhattan's Park e.g.: Abbr.
773. Many a Monopoly purchase: Abbr.
774. Many a Monopoly square (Abbr.)
775. Many a line on a DC map
776. Many a state name in DC
777. Many a state name in D.C.
778. Many an Atlantic City thoroughfare (abbr.)
779. Many an NYC road
780. MapQuest abbr.
781. Maria preceder at times
782. Maria's intro
783. Maria's intro?
784. Mass ___ (Boston thoroughfare to locals)
785. Mass ___ (MIT's address)
786. Mass hail
787. Mass in Cambridge e.g. (Abbr.)
788. Mass. ___ (Boston thoroughfare to locals)
789. Mass. ___ Boston
790. Mass. in Boston e.g.
791. Mass. in D.C. e.g.
792. Massachusetts or Connecticut in D.C.
793. Massachusetts in Boston e.g.
794. Massachusetts in Cambridge e.g.
795. Melrose e.g.
796. Michigan e.g. in Chicago: Abbr.
797. Michigan e.g.: Abbr.
798. Michigan in Chicago: Abbr.
799. Miss Gabor's comeback
800. Monopoly board wd.
801. Monopoly location generally: Abbr.
802. Monopoly property often: abbr.
803. Monopoly stop perhaps (abbr.)
804. Mr. Harriman's nickname.
805. N.Y.'s Fifth e.g.
806. N.Y.'s Fifth for one
807. N.Y.'s Madison for one
808. N.Y.'s Park e.g.
809. N.Y.C.'s 5th or Park
810. N.Y.C.'s A B C or D
811. N.Y.C.'s Columbus e.g.
812. N.Y.C.'s Fifth e.g.
813. N.Y.C.'s Park or Lexington e.g.
814. N.Y.C.'s Park e.g.
815. N.Y.C.'s Park for one
816. N.Y.C.'s Third or Fifth
817. NY's Fifth e.g.
818. NY's Fifth for one
819. NYC street crosser?
820. NYC thoroughfare
821. NYC's A B C or D
822. NYC's Columbus e.g.
823. NYC's Fifth
824. NYC's Fifth or Sixth e.g.
825. NYC's Fifth e.g.
826. NYC's Fifth for one
827. NYC's Lex
828. NYC's Lex e.g.
829. NYC's Lexington or Park
830. NYC's Lexington for one
831. NYC's Mad or Lex
832. NYC's Madison e.g.
833. NYC's Park or Fifth
834. NYC's Park or Lex
835. NYC's Park or Lexington e.g.
836. NYC's Park or Madison
837. NYC's Park e.g.
838. NYC's Park for one
839. NYC's West End e.g.
840. NYC's York e.g.
841. NYC's ___ of the Americas
842. Nero s farewell
843. Nero's hello
844. New Orleans's St. Bernard e.g.
845. New York or Tennessee on a Monopoly board: abbr.
846. New York or Wisconsin in D.C.
847. North-south route in NYC
848. North-south rte. in New York City
849. Not a st.
850. Not a st. or blvd.
851. Ocean e.g. in Santa Monica Calif.: Abbr.
852. Official USPS abbreviation
853. Often-wide st.
854. Old greeting for Caesar
855. Old greeting.
856. Old hello
857. Old salutation
858. Old word of farewell
859. Old-style "shalom"
860. Old-style greeting
861. One kind of city block briefly
862. One may be on the grid: Abbr.
863. One of 17 in Monopoly (Abbr.)
864. One of 17 in Monopoly: Abbr.
865. One of fourteen crossing 34th St.
866. Orison.
867. Overhang
868. Ovid's farewell
869. Pa. or Mass. in DC
870. Parade place: Abbr.
871. Park ___ (what N.Y.C.'s MetroNorth trains run underneath)
872. Park e.g.
873. Park in N.Y. e.g.
874. Park in N.Y.C. e.g.
875. Park in N.Y.C. say
876. Park in N.Y.C.?
877. Park in NYC e.g.
878. Park in NYC?
879. Park or 5th briefly
880. Park or Fifth: Abbr.
881. Park or Lex in NYC
882. Park or Madison e.g.
883. Park or Madison on a NYC map
884. Park or Madison on an N.Y.C. map
885. Park or Madison.
886. Park 1st or 2nd
887. Park e.g. in N.Y.C.
888. Park e.g.: Abbr.
889. Park for one: Abbr.
890. Park in NYC
891. Part of a grid: Abbr.
892. Part of a street sign.
893. Part of an address for Eva
894. Penn. ___. D. C.
895. Penn. e.g.
896. Penn. in Monopoly
897. Pennsylvania in D.C. e.g.
898. Pennsylvania or Fifth: abbr.
899. Pennsylvania or Wisconsin in D.C.
900. Pennsylvania e.g.
901. Pennsylvania e.g. on a D.C. map
902. Pennsylvania e.g.: Abbr.
903. Pennsylvania for one: abbr.
904. Pennsylvania in D.C.
905. Pennsylvania in DC
906. Phila.'s Ridge for example
907. Place on a Monopoly board (Abbr.)
908. Pompey's greeting
909. Postal abbr.
910. Prayer
911. Prayer bead
912. Prayer salutation.
913. Prayer.
914. President between James and Andrew briefly
915. Rd. counterpart
916. Rd. crosser
917. Rd. or St. alternative
918. Rd. relative
919. Rd.'s cousin
920. Road map abbr.
921. Road map line for short
922. Road that might cross a st.
923. Road-map abbr.
924. Roman Hail!
925. Roman hello
926. Roman salutation.
927. Roman salute
928. Roman's greeting
929. Rosary bead.
930. Rosary unit briefly
931. Rte.
932. Rte. that runs diagonally in D.C.
933. Salutation from Brutus
934. Salutation.
935. Salute for Caesar
936. Salute or st. crosser
937. Salute to Caesar
938. Schubert song starter
939. Schubert's '-- Maria'
940. Senate greeting
941. Small street kin?
942. St. Bernard in New Orleans e.g.: Abbr.
943. St. crosser frequently
944. St. crosser in NYC
945. St. crosser in New York City
946. St. crosser often
947. St. crossers in Manhattan
948. St. intersector
949. St. kin
950. St. or blvd. relative
951. St.'s cousin
952. Start of a Schubert song
953. States on a game board e.g.: Abbr.
954. Street
955. Street abbr.
956. Street address abbr.
957. Street address abbr. perhaps
958. Street address abbr. sometimes
959. Street address abbrev.
960. Street map abbreviation
961. Street sign abbr.
962. Street sign abbr. sometimes
963. Street sign abbreviation.
964. Street sign letters
965. Street sign.
966. Street sign: Abbr.
967. Street-address abbr.
968. Street: Abbr.
969. Supplication.
970. The "Mad" in "Mad Men " e.g.: Abbr.
971. The Arc de Triomphe is at the end of one: Abbr.
972. There's one for 48 of the 50 states in D.C.
973. Thing crossing a GPS display sometimes
974. Thing on a city map cut
975. Towered over
976. Tree-lined st.
977. Troy ___ (rapper named after a street)
978. Urban rd.
979. Urban rd. that might cross a street
980. Ventnor or Vermont e.g.
981. Ventnor or Vermont e.g.: Abbr.
982. Ventnor e.g. in Monopoly (Abbr.)
983. Ventnor e.g.: Abbr.
984. Vert. map line often
985. Virginia in D.C. e.g.
986. Virginia or Maryland in DC
987. Wabash in Chicago: Abbr.
988. Washington in D.C. e.g.
989. Washington's Pennsylvania
990. Washington's Pennsylvania (Abbr.)
991. Washington's Pennsylvania e.g.: Abbr.
992. Way to go for short
993. Way to go: Abbr.
994. Way to greet Gaius
995. Waze abbr.
996. Waze route: Abbr.
997. Welcome or farewell to Caesar
998. What the "Mad" in "Mad Men" is
999. Where the Maisonettes have a "Heartache" (abbr.)?
1000. Wide St.
1001. Wide rd.
1002. Wide road: abbr.
1003. Wide urban st.
1004. Wide urban street: Abbr.
1005. Yellowcard lives on an "Ocean" one (abbr.)
1006. Young 'un
1007. ___ Maria University
1008. ___ Maria University (Florida college)
1009. ___ Maria.
1010. ___ atque vale.
1011. ___ of the Amer.
1012. Signpost abbreviation
1013. Drive: Abbr
1014. City artery: Abbr
1015. Abbr. on an itinerary, maybe
1016. New York or New Jersey in D.C.
1017. Ct. alternative
1018. Michigan, in Chicago: Abbr.
1019. Washington's Pennsylvania, e.g.: Abbr.
1020. Street address abbr., perhaps
1021. Greetings, Caesar!
1022. Greetings, Caesar
1023. Hail, of yore
1024. Hail! to Caesar
1025. ___ Maria (popular wedding song)
1026. D.C.'s Pennsylvania, for one
1027. St. crosser, in New York City
1028. Hail! to Horace
1029. Hey, Caesar
1030. One kind of city block, briefly
1031. St. crosser, in NYC
1032. 5th or Madison, e.g.
1033. St. crossers, in Manhattan
1034. Street address abbr., sometimes
1035. Park or 5th, briefly
1036. Ventnor or Vermont, e.g.
1037. Fifth, e.g. (Abbr.)
1038. Ciao, Brutus
1039. Street sign abbr., sometimes
1040. Welcome or farewell, to Caesar
1041. Address abbr., sometimes
1042. Hello, in old Rome
1043. Thing crossing a GPS display, sometimes
1044. Hail! long ago
1045. Hail! of old Rome
1046. ___ Maria (hymn)
1047. Blvd.? No, close
1048. Bye, in old Rome
1049. Fifth, for one
1050. Thing on a city map, cut
1051. NYC's Lexington, for one
1052. Atlantic or Pacific, in Monopoly: Abbr.
1053. Broad street, briefly
1054. Champs-Elysees, e.g.: Abbr.
1055. Fifth, e.g., in NYC
1056. Madison, e.g., in NYC
1057. NYC's Fifth, e.g.
1058. Fifth for one
1059. Park e.g.
1060. Hail of yore
1061. With in 65 Across
1062. Prayer at Mass
1063. With: Fr.
1064. Hail Caesar!
1065. Hail to Caesar
1066. Opposite of sans
1067. Even the score
1068. With, to François
1069. Synonym of 49 Down
1070. Sans opposite
1071. Rosary prayer
1072. D.C.'s Pennsylvania, briefly
1073. Exact restitution
1074. Requite
1075. Some prayers
1076. Madison or Park, briefly
1077. Catholic recitation
1078. Exact retribution for
1079. Boston's Commonwealth, e.g. (Abbr.)
1080. New York's Columbus, for one
1081. Fifth or Madison
1082. ___, Caesar!
1083. Even the score, say
1084. Hail Mary that isn't a pass
1085. Hey, Caesar!
1086. Opposite of the clue above
1087. Lex in NYC, e.g.
1088. Gets even for
1089. Photographer Richard
1090. Hamlet, notably
1091. French preposition
1092. Repay
1093. Fifth, e.g.
1094. Declare
1095. Repaid
1096. ___ plaisir
1097. Skin care brand
1098. Big name in skin care
1099. Pay back
1100. Former Chevy subcompact
1101. Skin-care brand
1102. Exact satisfaction for
1103. Get back at
1104. Voulez-vous coucher ___ moi ce soir?
1105. ___ plaisir!
1106. Redress
1107. Got back at
1108. Course of action
1109. Allege
1110. Say for certain
1111. Independence in Washington, e.g.: Abbr.
1112. With, en franأ§ais
1113. Big name in cosmetics
1114. National competitor
1115. Loath
1116. Emulate Earhart
1117. Pilot
1118. Opposed
1119. Ward off
1120. Saucony competitor
1121. Pilots
1122. Unwilling
1123. Fend off
1124. Riddle, part 4
1125. Bard's river
1126. Prevented
1127. Bird: Prefix
1128. Concerning birds
1129. Piloted
1130. Emmy, e.g.
1131. Thwart
1132. Bygone Chevy
1133. Typical
1134. Not inclined
1135. Amazement
1136. Wow
1137. Shakespeare's river
1138. Bide one's time
1139. Knock out
1140. More than impress
1141. Make muffins
1142. Palme d'Or, for one
1143. Redirected
1144. Birds' class
1145. Streets
1146. Keen
1147. Dow Jones fig.
1148. Miller's "___ From the Bridge"
1149. Budget rival
1150. On one's toes
1151. Allege as fact
1152. Assert
1153. Bear witness
1154. Retaliates
1155. Say positively
1156. State
1157. Give a deposition
1158. Openly declare
1159. Hwy.
1160. Farewell, to Cato
1161. Schubert song
1162. Squares accounts
1163. Get even for
1164. Affirm positively
1165. Cesar Chavez, in L.A.
1166. Constitution, in DC
1167. St. crosser, often
1168. Park, for one: Abbr.
1169. Not sans
1170. NYC's Madison, e.g.
1171. Get payback for
1172. NYC's West End, e.g.
1173. NYC's A, B, C, or D
1174. Common prأ©position
1175. Bklyn.'s Flatbush, for example
1176. NYC's York, e.g.
1177. Con, across the Pyrenees
1178. Nice with
1179. Oat-grass.
1180. Word in a prayer.
1181. Designating the filbert or hazelnut.
1182. Oat genus.
1183. The oat family.
1184. Rental fee in oats: Old Law.
1185. Genus of grasses.
1186. Time for saying prayers.
1187. Hail: Latin.
1188. With: French.
1189. Roman greeting.
1190. Greeting for Caesar.
1191. Famous devotional composition by Gounod or Schubert.
1192. Signpost abbreviation.
1193. City artery: Abbr.
1194. Prayer time.
1195. English river.
1196. Governor's nickname.
1197. Prayer bead.
1198. Madison: Abbr.
1199. Nickname of N. Y. Governor.
1200. Sobriquet of a Governor.
1201. Penn. ___., D. C.
1202. French preposition.
1203. Gallic "with."
1204. With, in Paris
1205. Madison, in NYC
1206. N.Y.'s Fifth, for one
1207. See 43-Down
1208. Ciao, to Caesar
1209. Hail!, to Caesar
1210. Wide street (abbr.)
1211. th ___
1212. A prayer
1213. Prayer time
1214. Harriman
1215. Gubernatorial nickname
1216. Honest ___
1217. Mr Harriman, to his friends
1218. Supplication
1219. See 9
1220. Part of a street sign
1221. Campaign nickname
1222. Orison
1223. Governor's nickname
1224. Nickname of N Y Governor
1225. Sobriquet of a Governor
1226. Madison: Abbr
1227. Gov Harriman
1228. Hail: Lat
1229. Abbreviation on street signs
1230. Blvd
1231. Abbreviation on a street sign
1232. Park or Fifth: Abbr
1233. Prayer salutation
1234. Penn ___, D C
1235. Mr Harriman's nickname
1236. Fifth or Mich
1237. Street sign
1238. Street sign: Abbr
1239. Relative of st
1240. Alternative to La. or Dr
1241. City way: Abbr
1242. Madison or Fifth: Abbr
1243. Mad or th
1244. City route: Abbr
1245. Relative of a blvd
1246. Map abbr
1247. Pennsylvania, eg
1248. Greeting for
1249. Pk. or th