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# Clue
1. Miss Evans
2. Smith's vaudeville partner
3. Hill's counterpart
4. Roy's wife
5. Rural spot
6. Rural place
7. Colonial governor of Virginia
8. Carnegie, the friend-winner
9. Carnegie or Evans
10. Hill's mate
11. Soprano Clamma ___
12. Evans from Uvalde, Tex.
13. Peace ___, R.I.
14. Hill's follower
15. Smith and ___, old vaudeville team
16. Carnegie of influence
17. Spot between peaks
18. Evans or Robertson
19. Valley of a sort
20. Roy's missus
21. Roy Rogers's wife
22. A Carnegie
23. Ball-playing Berra
24. Senator Bumpers
25. Evans or Carnegie
26. Clamma ___, soprano
27. Cowgirl Evans
28. Broad valley
29. Chip's chipmunk chum
30. Common town name ending
31. Chip's cartoon chum
32. Over hill and ___
33. View from a hill
34. Area between hills
35. Friend-winner Carnegie
36. Hill partner
37. Up hill, down --
38. Chip's pal
39. Hilltop view
40. Chip's cartoon colleague
41. Racing's Earnhardt
42. Chip's buddy
43. Racing legend Earnhardt
44. A NARROW VALLEY
45. Carnegie, the educator
46. Roy's partner
47. Mrs. Rogers
48. 7-time Winston Cup champ Earnhardt
49. Cowboy Roy's partner
50. Roy's cowgirl partner
51. Earnhardt beloved by motorheads
52. Broad lowland
53. Evans on Buttermilk
54. Immortal racer Earnhardt
55. Half a chipmunk team
56. Roy's partner on the range
57. Chip's cartoon pal
58. Evans or Earnhardt
59. Common town-name ender
60. Ending of many place names
61. Chip's cartoon mate
62. Chip's cartoon buddy
63. Chip's chipmunk pal
64. Author Carnegie
65. Partner of Roy or Chip
66. Concave landform
67. Earnhardt of 8-Across
68. Buttermilk lover Evans
69. Lowlands feature
70. 70-Down's opposite
71. Glen relative
72. The third Mrs. Roy Rogers
73. Glen cousin
74. Ride a baby on one's knee
75. Chip's chattering chum
76. Chip's toon partner
77. Chip's toon mate
78. Mrs. Roy Rogers
79. Disney chipmunk
80. Over hill and __
81. Over hill, over __ . . .
82. Chip's toon chum
83. Chip's toon pal
84. Flash Gordon's girlfriend
85. Toon chipmunk
86. Auto racing great Earnhardt
87. Hill's partner
88. Crucifixion artist
89. Flow checker
90. Do nothing worthwhile
91. The Who's lead singer
92. Home of the Stars
93. Swans Reflecting Elephants artist
94. Original "What's My Line?" host John
95. Galatea of the Spheres and others
96. Swans Reflecting Elephants and others
97. Alabama's Wilson ___
98. China's Three Gorges ___
99. Montana's Hungry Horse ___
100. NBC host Carson
101. Challenge for salmon
102. License to Kill star
103. Timothy of 'Licence to Kill'
104. Be romantic during a love ballad
105. Name for an animated beach bird voiced by actor Aiello?
106. 'Wayne's World' co-star
107. The ___ Side of the Moon
108. Gorillaz' Albarn
109. Rivers Cuomo "Cold and ___"
110. '81 Human League album
111. Sophie B. Hawkins "___ Wish I Was Your Lover"
112. Weird Al "___ Be Stupid"
113. Fouts, who has joined the Monday Night Football team
114. City on the Trinity River
115. Surrealist-painter Salvador
116. Southfork Ranch setting
117. Prouty novel "Stella _____"
118. Southfork Ranch locale
119. Cruella's kidnapee
120. Where a Biblical road led
121. Julie Andrews or Shirley Bassey
122. THREE CITIES UNITED
123. Chip's goofier toon buddy
124. Roy's "happy trails" partner
125. Hill and ___
126. Roy's saddle mate
127. She rode with Roy
128. Writer Camegie
129. Partner of hill
130. Half a chipmunk duo
131. Chip's chum
132. Two-time National League MVP Murphy
133. Evans of oaters
134. One of a chipmunk duo
135. Over hill, over ___
136. Chip's partner
137. Mr. Carnegie
138. Hill's opposite
139. Prominent U.S. mayor
140. Chicago political family
141. Christ of St. John of the Cross artist
142. The Secret Life of Salvador ___
143. Buأ±uel collaborator
144. Christ of St. John of the Cross producer
145. Gala's husband and portraitist
146. Auto racer Earnhardt
147. Cartoon chipmunk
148. Roy Rogers' wife
149. Animated chipmunk
150. Low land
151. Lowland
152. Chip's cartoon friend
153. Roy's cowgirl
154. NASCAR legend Earnhardt
155. Disney's red-nosed acorn muncher
156. Either of the racing Earnhardts
157. Chip's cartoon companion
158. River valley
159. Secluded spot
160. Depression
161. Rustic locale
162. Valley
163. With 8-Down, "Happy Trails" songwriter
164. Place for a rivulet
165. Peak's counterpart
166. Land in a depression
167. Norman ___, coach in "Hoosiers"
168. ___ Arden, Flash Gordon companion
169. Cowboy Roy's better half
170. Lead off to glen
171. Valley where five hundred drink
172. Re-elected Governor of New Hampshire
173. Hill’s counterpart
174. Deputy-Governor of Virginia, 1611–16
175. Mr Carnegie
176. Mrs Roy Rogers
177. Small river valley
178. Actress Esther ___
179. "(The Gang that Sang) Heart of My Heart" Alan
180. "Brenda Starr" creator Messick
181. "Free Enquirer" co-editor Robert ___ Owen
182. "Happy Trails" songwriter Evans
183. "How to Win Friends and Influence People" author ___ Carnegie
184. "King of the Hill" character
185. "King of the Surf Guitar" Dick
186. "Over hill over ___"
187. "Over hill over ___..."
188. "Over" follower in the first line of "The Caissons Go Rolling Along"
189. "Ride" a baby on one's knee
190. "The Pacific" and "Rubicon" star James Badge ___
191. "Up hill down --"
192. 1966 Pro Bowl MVP Meinhart
193. 1982-83 NL MVP Murphy
194. 1998 Daytona 500 winner Earnhardt
195. A portion of land: Brit.
196. A river may run through it
197. A river runs through it
198. Absolutely ama*e
199. Actor Robertson
200. Actress Evans
201. Agent Cooper of "Twin Peaks"
202. Auto racer ___ Earnhardt Jr.
203. Baseball MVP Murphy
204. Bounce on one's knee
205. Bozzio of Missing Persons
206. Broad hollow
207. Brown in Baton Rouge
208. Bucolic lowland
209. Bumpers of Arkansas
210. Buttermilk's load
211. Buttermilk's mistress
212. Buttermilk's rider
213. Carnegie
214. Carnegie of self-help
215. Carnegie of self-improvement
216. Carnegie or Chihuly
217. Carnegie or Earnhardt
218. Carnegie or Murphy
219. Carnegie the educator
220. Carnegie the friend-winner
221. Carnegie.
222. Chip 'n' ___
223. Chip's chipmunk counterpart
224. Chip's chum in cartoons
225. Chip's companion
226. Chip's playful chum
227. Chipmunk toon
228. Clamma ___ soprano
229. Command often used by Pitbull in his songs that means "give it" or "go ahead" in Spanish
230. Counterpart of a rise
231. Country place.
232. Cowboy Roy's wife
233. Cowgirl Evans who starred with her husband Roy Rogers in several westerns
234. Cowgirl singer Evans
235. DeBusschere or Winfield of sports
236. Depressed area
237. Dingle
238. Dingle.
239. Earnhardt Jr. of NASCAR
240. Earnhardt of NASCAR
241. Earnhardt or Earnhardt Jr.
242. Earnhardt the NASCAR legend
243. Earnhart of NASCAR
244. End of many Scottish place names
245. Evans from Uvalde Tex.
246. Evans who rode Buttermilk
247. Evans who sang today's title song
248. Flash Gordon's girl
249. Former Atlanta MVP slugger Murphy
250. Former Atlanta slugger Murphy
251. Friend-winning Carnegie
252. Glade
253. Glen
254. Glen.
255. Good name for a physical geographer?
256. Great depression
257. Guitarist Dick
258. Hill and ___.
259. Hill companion
260. Hill counterpart
261. Hill's partner.
262. Hill's partner?
263. Hollow
264. Irish popsters Gina ___ Haze and the Champions
265. James scoutmaster who lost his position because he's gay
266. Jim of Broadway's 'Barnum'
267. Jim who played Barnum in 'Barnum'
268. Landscape dip
269. Legendary NASCAR racer ___ Earnhardt
270. Low area
271. Low land between hills
272. Low place
273. Low point
274. Low spot
275. Low-lying area
276. Motivational guru Carnegie
277. NASCAR driver Earnhardt
278. NASCAR driver Jarrett
279. NASCAR driver ___ Earnhardt
280. NASCAR great Earnhardt
281. NASCAR legend Earnhart
282. NASCAR legend ___ Earnhardt
283. NASCAR's Earnhardt Sr. or Jr.
284. Name similar to Glen?
285. Nascar star Jarrett
286. Natural depression
287. Neighbor of Hank Hill
288. Norman ___ coach in "Hoosiers"
289. One of the Carnegies.
290. Open river valley
291. Open river valley e.g.
292. Packer Carroll
293. Peace ___ R.I.
294. Pet
295. Pitbull album title that means "give it" in Spanish
296. Place for a stream
297. Racer Earnhardt
298. Racing's Earnhardt Jr.
299. Racing's Earnhart
300. Red-nosed Disney chipmunk
301. River valley.
302. Roy Rogers and ___ Evans
303. Roy s costar
304. Roy's better half
305. Roy's gal
306. Roy's mate
307. Roy's other half
308. Roy's range mate
309. Rural area
310. Self-help author Carnegie
311. Self-help icon Carnegie
312. Self-improvement guru Carnegie
313. She loved Buttermilk
314. She rode Buttermilk
315. Sheltered spot
316. Small valley
317. Small valley.
318. Smith and ___ old vaudeville team
319. Smith's partner.
320. Surf guitarist Dick
321. Tease
322. Trent of the Senate
323. Trigger : Roy :: Buttermilk : ___
324. Up hill and down ___.
325. Valley or vale
326. Valley.
327. Western singer Evans
328. Word from the Old English for "valley"
329. ___ Arden Flash Gordon companion
330. ___ Earnhardt Sr. (racer killed at the Daytona 500)
331. Secluded valley
332. Chip accompanier
333. Chip's chum, in cartoons
334. Roy Rogers and ____ Evans
335. MOMA favorite
336. Artist Salvador
337. Evans who sang today's title song
338. Last of the big city bosses
339. Aswan e.g.
340. Valleys
341. Hebrew alphabets 4th letter
342. Spanish surrealist
343. Author of the work
344. Open river valley, e.g.
345. Artist influenced by Freud
346. Miro contemporary
347. Big name in Chicago politics
348. Dreamscape painter Salvador
349. River valleys
350. Evans and Earnhardt
351. Aswan, for one
352. Mustachioed Surrealist
353. Chip's cartoon partner
354. Broad lowlands
355. Dental device
356. Grand Coulee, e.g.
357. Lady of Spain
358. Dawdle
359. 007 player
360. Beaver's construction
361. The Hallucinogenic Toreador painter
362. Limp watch painter
363. Knight's wife
364. Clammy
365. Cowboys' home
366. Actress Tyne
367. Soap star Linda
368. Actress Wynter
369. 'Shoot!'
370. There is Nothing Like a ___
371. ___ Yankees
372. Surrealist Salvador
373. Flamboyant surrealist
374. Spanish painter, born 1904
375. Some Surrealistic paintings
376. Mar
377. There's nothing like her
378. Tyne of "Judging Amy"
379. Block
380. Broad valleys
381. The Persistence of Memory painter
382. Painter of limp watches
383. Picasso contemporary
384. 1995 British Open winner John
385. Chicago mayor before Emanuel
386. 1956 Pulitzer-winning sportswriter Arthur
387. Last name of father-and-son mayors of Chicago
388. Buttermilk accompanier
389. With 31-Across, "Happy Trails" songwriter
390. Town of Upper Egypt.
391. Surrealistic painter.
392. River valleys.
393. Valleys.
394. Swedish physicist, Nobel Prize 1912.
395. Deputy-Governor of Virginia, 1611–16.
396. ___ Carnegie.
397. Surrealist artist.
398. Mr. Carnegie.
399. Small river valley.
400. Fabulous contemporary artist.
401. Small valleys.
402. Mustachioed designer.
403. Early Governor of Virginia.
404. Hill's companion.
405. Mrs. Roy Rogers.
406. Relative of a dingle.
407. Vale: Poet.
408. Swedish physicist, Nobel Prize winner.
409. Actress Evans.
410. Colonial Governor of Virginia.
411. Smith and ___.
412. Dingles.
413. Modern artist.
414. Spanish painter in U. S.
415. Modern painter.
416. Dingles,
417. Nobelist in physics, 1912.
418. Swedish scientist.
419. Country places.
420. Name in art.
421. 1912 Nobel physicist
422. Glens
423. Up hill and ___
424. Vale: Poet
425. Early Governor of Virginia
426. Relative of a dingle
427. Hill's companion
428. Smith and ___
429. Smith's partner
430. Peace ___, RI
431. One of the Carnegies
432. Lead off to the valley