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# Clue
1. Kipling subject
2. "___ and Saddles," book by Custer's wife
3. Kipling opus
4. Car trunks, in Truro
5. Mukluks
6. Kipling favorite
7. These ___ Are Made for Walkin'
8. Dr. Martens products
9. Puss's gear
10. Starts up a PC
11. Footwear for St. Nick
12. Part of a pirate costume
13. "Yakety Sax" player Randolph
14. They're made for walking
15. These Are Made For Walkin'
16. Garb in a Sinatra title
17. 1903 Kipling poem
18. Starts up, as a PC
19. Starts up the PC
20. Wellies, e.g.
21. Sax legend Randolph
22. Starts up, as a program
23. Gets a kick out of?
24. Yakety Sax player Randolph
25. They may have spurs
26. Spare tyre sites
27. High shoes
28. Footwear for skiers
29. Dismisses unceremoniously
30. Where the biennial Vinexpo is held
31. Favorable place for a spectator
32. New Year's games
33. When repeated it's an island near Tahiti
34. Come again to this island near Tahiti
35. Range wear
36. Puss's footwear
37. They're made for walking, in a song
38. Shoeshine boy, in London
39. Commits an error
40. Makes an error
41. You bet your ___!
42. ___ and Saddles, book by Custer's wife
43. Starts, as a computer
44. Galoshes
45. Cans
46. Fires
47. Sends packing
48. Rain accessories
49. Shoves
50. Subject of poem by Kipling
51. "The ___ Are Made For Walkin' "
52. "These ___ Are Made for Walkin'"
53. "You Bet Your ___!"
54. "___ and Saddles " book by Custer's wife
55. Axes
56. Bobbles
57. Calf-covering footwear
58. Car-holding clamps
59. Companions of saddles.
60. Constant-velocity-joint covers
61. Cowboy gear
62. Cowboy wear
63. Cowboy's footwear
64. Cowboys and firefighters wear them
65. Dismisses
66. Dora the Explorer's monkey sidekick
67. Dora the Explorer's pet monkey
68. English hotel servant.
69. Evicts
70. Footgear
71. Footwear
72. Footwear in a Nancy Sinatra title
73. Foul-weather footgear
74. Gear for a hike
75. Gives the heave-ho
76. Hiking gear
77. Infantry gear
78. Kicks
79. Kicks out
80. Kipling poem
81. Kipling poem.
82. Made for walking?
83. Monkey friend of Dora the Explorer
84. Ousts
85. Pair in an UGG box
86. Part of Santa's getup
87. Part of Santa's outfit
88. Part of a Santa costume
89. Part of a fireman's outfit
90. Popular name for cats with white feet
91. Puss's partner
92. Rain gear
93. Rainwear
94. Rainy-day necessities
95. Sam Weller's calling.
96. Sam Weller's job at the White Hart.
97. Sam Weller's job.
98. Sax man Randolph
99. Shoes for snowy days
100. Shoeshine boy British style.
101. Shoeshine boy in London
102. Ski wear
103. Skier's footwear
104. Snowstorm footwear
105. Starts up as a PC
106. Starts up as a program
107. Starts as a computer
108. They're made for walking in a song
109. Waders e.g.
110. Wellies e.g.
111. Wellingtons e.g.
112. Winter footwear
113. Winter wear
114. 34-Across, e.g.
115. Wellingtons e.g.
116. Shepherdess of note
117. Hard stuff
118. Firewater
119. Swag
120. Certain jazz
121. Speakeasy offering
122. Pirate's haul
123. Conk on the head
124. Jazz style
125. Nursery rhyme girl
126. Conks on the head
127. Clobber
128. Monk's style
129. Waders, e.g.
130. Hooch
131. Sot
132. Any rich gain, however taken.
133. Bootlegger's stock in trade.
134. Naval recruits.
135. Spoils.
136. Shoe part.
137. Pillage.
138. Loot.
139. Jazz.
140. Shoeshine boy, British style.
141. See 34-Across
142. Well-known Kipling poem
143. Sam Weller's job at the White Hart
144. Naval recruits
145. Sam Weller's job
146. Companions of saddles
147. Sam Weller's calling
148. English hotel servant
149. Shoeshine boy, British style