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1. "___ of Night"
2. On ___ (tense)
3. "The Razor's ___"
4. Sharpness of a blade
5. On ___ (irritable)
6. Advantage (4)
7. Slight lead
8. Trim the rim
9. Fringe or flange
10. O'Connor's "The ___ of Sadness"
11. Beat out barely
12. Gambler's delight
13. Maugham's "The Razor's ___"
14. Successful gambler's asset
15. The favorite's got it
16. Defeat narrowly, with "out"
17. John Lindsay's "The ___"
18. Razor's feature
19. On ___ (impatient)
20. Ecotone
21. Betting advantage
22. Move hesitantly
23. What nervous Nellies are on
24. What the house has at Reno
25. Tone of voice
26. Take the ___ off (dull)
27. Precipice part (4)
28. Keenness, as of appetite
29. Fisher's "Postcards From the _____"
30. Dick Francis thriller, with "The"
31. Honer's target
32. TV's "The ____ of Night"
33. On___ (anxious)
34. Touch of acrimony
35. Halftime lead, e.g.
36. Site of abutment
37. Greater likeliness to win
38. Racer's need
39. Result of honing
40. Add fringe to
41. Ragged part
42. Competitive ___
43. Better chance
44. Add a fringe to
45. Trim, in a way
46. What a sphere lacks
47. Beat slightly
48. Part of a box
49. Good thing to have in competition
50. Rim ? or trim
51. Part that's sharp
52. Just squeeze by
53. Sedative target, with "the"
54. Vantage
55. Work (in)
56. What people are on during a nail-biter
57. Live on the ___ (take risks)
58. Border on which one is nervy
59. Some invaded Germany's border
60. Gradually move towards the border
61. Margin in the middle of an accounts book
62. The verge of irritability
63. Microsoft browser
64. Barbasol rival
65. Crispy part of a brownie
66. Good place to start on a jigsaw puzzle
67. Live on the ___
68. Outskirts
69. Shoulder, of sorts
70. Cutting __
71. Sharp tone
72. S.C. Johnson shaving product brand
73. Shaving gel brand
74. SC Johnson shave gel
75. Head start, maybe
76. Intense quality
77. Blade part
78. Small lead
79. Trenchant quality
80. Atlanta R&B quartet Jagged ___
81. AREA NEXT TO A STEEP DROP
82. MOVE SLOWLY ON OUTER BORDER
83. OUTER PART OF UNTREATED GENETICS
84. Finish a lawn job
85. Place for the tense
86. Stropping result
87. You're tense on this
88. Postcards from the ___
89. Defeat by a hair
90. Falling-off point
91. Part of a blade
92. Beat by a small margin
93. The __ of Night
94. Favorable margin
95. Border of a tabletop
96. The ___ of Night
97. The ____ Of Night
98. The ____ of Night (TV soap)
99. Favorable advantage
100. Head start, for example
101. Houseman's "On Wenlock ___"
102. Improved position
103. Somerset Maugham's "The Razor's ___"
104. Cutting side
105. Exciting seat part?
106. Neaten the lawn
107. Sharp side
108. Go cautiously
109. It may be cutting
110. Paper-cut cause
111. Postcards source?
112. Sharp side of a blade
113. Sharp side of a knife
114. Sharpness of voice
115. Guitarist from Utopia almost finished investing $1000 (4)
116. Hold oneself back from coming
117. Shaving gel name
118. Something to take the ___ off
119. Try to enhance one's orgasm, in a way
120. Drop-off point
121. Shaving cream brand
122. Jigsaw starting point
123. Most likely place you'd find REASSESSES in a themeless crossword grid
124. Small advantage
125. What a maven has over others
126. Where this answer is
127. It can be the difference between winning and losing
128. Risky place to live?
129. It may be jagged
130. Just beat out
131. Blade feature
132. Jigsaw gimme
133. Add lace to, perhaps
134. Better chance of winning
135. On ___ (nervous)
136. Requisite sharpness
137. One of 30 on an icosahedron
138. One of 12 in a cube
139. Satirical quality, often
140. Little advantage
141. The ___ (1997 Hopkins/Baldwin movie)
142. An أ©pأ©e's is dull
143. Gillette's sharp advantage?
144. Cutting ___ (vanguard)
145. Spot for a daredevil
146. On __: nervous
147. Razor's cutter
148. The Razor's __: Maugham novel
149. Blade's sharp side
150. Benefit of one-upmanship
151. Lawn border
152. It's uncomfortable to be on it
153. What a slight favorite has
154. A Mأ¶bius strip has just one
155. Jigsaw puzzler's starting place
156. Barely beat (out)
157. Ford crossover SUV
158. Beat by a bit
159. Do landscaping work
160. Meeting of two sides
161. One of a cube's 12
162. Sharp part of a sheet of paper
163. One of 12 on a die
164. Beat by a run, say
165. Cube part
166. Sword's sharp part
167. Head start, perhaps
168. Sharp border
169. The Razor's __
170. Squeak past, in sports
171. Win, barely
172. Penetrating quality
173. Sharp surface
174. The __ of Night (soap opera)
175. Competitive superiority
176. Outer perimeter
177. Slight advantage
178. Sharp part of a razor
179. Neaten, as a lawn
180. Place for a fringe
181. Surface boundary
182. Competitive __
183. Sharp part of a razor blade
184. Table border
185. Sharp part of a blade
186. Brink
187. Sidle
188. Barely beat
189. Rim … or trim
190. Barely beaten
191. Fruitcake and plum pudding, e.g.
192. They're fit to consume
193. Yard worker's tool
194. Manages to add
195. How to put a coin in a coin slot
196. ___ of Nantes, 1598
197. Barely best
198. Neatening tool
199. Lawn cutters
200. A hexagon has six of them
201. Landscaping aid
202. Tidying tool
203. Just beat, as in a competition
204. Lawn care item
205. Sidled (along)
206. Trimming gizmo
207. Landscaping task
208. Quality that's a bit unsettling
209. Nervous people are on it
210. Like HBO and Showtime vis-أ -vis basic cable
211. Like fringe festival fare
212. Pushing conventional limits
213. Risquأ©, maybe
214. Landscaper's neatener
215. Nip in the end
216. One of 12 on a cube
217. The answer to this clue is located on one
218. Beat after a buzzer beater
219. Enter by sidling
220. They're used at the border
221. A cylinder has two
222. Defeated by a hair
223. Defeated, but barely
224. Tool used while on foot
225. Beats by a small margin
226. Eight things on an octagon
227. What the "E" of Euler's formula V - E + F = 2 represents
228. Lucky thing to hit in Ping-Pong
229. One of 30 on a regular dodecahedron
230. Yardstick part
231. Beat out by a hair
232. Two-___ sword
233. T. Herman Zweibel et al.
234. End of a student's contact
235. rpi.___
236. _____ May Oliver
237. 'Spring ahead' hrs.
238. Falco of 'The Sopranos'
239. Magnus or McClurg
240. Actor Asner going gaga over his pseudonym?
241. Make film cuts
242. Tidy up text
243. Clean up text
244. Cut film, e.g.
245. Clean up copy
246. Tony-winning Adams
247. General Electric co-founder
248. Fix typos, e.g.
249. Cut and Paste setting
250. The Cult power ballad
251. Warhol's little queen, ___. An angel with a broken wing
252. Cult power ballad smash
253. Cult song about Warhol girl
254. ___ Brickell and the New Bohemians
255. A Girl Like You Collins
256. Cult "Wired on the pills you took, ___"
257. Hit by band in 18-Across
258. Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars singer Brickell
259. '89 Cult hit
260. I Could Not Ask for More McCain
261. Rollins and Bradley
262. Take stuff out
263. Car bombs?
264. Birth certificate marking
265. Where film postcards come from?
266. Papal proclamation
267. The one in Nantes was issued in 1598
268. Adams in "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World"
269. Adams in "The Apartment"
270. Landscapers' needs
271. Not as equanimous
272. Trimmed along the walk
273. Upper hands
274. Inching forward
275. Whetter's concern
276. Moved hesitantly
277. Entered by creeping sideways
278. Squeeze beside
279. It'll make an even yard
280. Trim the lawn and hedge?
281. King's order
282. Drop-off spot
283. Satirical bite
284. Some live on it, with "the"
285. U2 member, with "The"
286. Home field advantage
287. Jigsaw puzzle solver's starting point, often
288. The ___ (U2 guitarist)
289. Beat by a little
290. The Razor's -; maugham
291. Part of a razor
292. Nervous, with "on"
293. On __:nervous
294. On ___: uptight
295. Transition point
296. Word with jagged or ragged
297. One of a die's dozen
298. Scoring advantage
299. Something bad to be on
300. Blade's sharpness
301. Proceed by moving sideways
302. U2 guitarist The ___
303. Sword's side
304. Unlikely call during a coin flip
305. Word after cutting or leading
306. Squeak past
307. Table skirt spot
308. One of twelve on a cube
309. U2 guitarist, with "the"
310. Dividing line
311. Honed side
312. Skate surface
313. Slicing side
314. Competitive advantage
315. Plain or deckle
316. The Razor's ___
317. Win a close victory, with "out"
318. ___ of Night
319. Tidy the lawn
320. Rim
321. Nose out
322. Precipice part
323. 1988 Dick Francis thriller, with "The"
324. Borderline
325. Narrowly defeat
326. Sharp part
327. Touchiness
328. Made a border
329. Put on a border
330. Added just before time ran out
331. Beat by a whisker
332. Add just before the deadline
333. Razor’s cutting feature
334. Margin, extremity
335. Border
336. Do some lawn work
337. Keenness
338. Verge
339. Boundary line
340. Creep
341. Word in a Maugham title
342. Precipice
343. Outer limit
344. Hipness
345. Leg up
346. Jumping-off point
347. Inch
348. Head start
349. Move sideways
350. Cusp
351. Barely defeat
352. Razor feature
353. Chisel feature
354. Cutting part
355. The Razor's ___ (Maugham novel)
356. Ax feature
357. Sharp part of a knife
358. Sword feature
359. Cutting ___
360. Finish the lawn
361. Liquor could help take it off
362. Barely win, with "out"
363. Move (toward)
364. Narrowly defeat, with "out"
365. Beat by a whisker, with "out"
366. Some live on it (with "the")
367. Gillette gel
368. Outer boundary
369. Hem
370. Superiority
371. A Mobius strip has just one
372. Sharpness
373. Perimeter
374. Nose (out)
375. Advantage
376. Margin
377. Upper hand
378. Just beat
379. Barely better
380. Lip
381. Periphery
382. Beat (out)
383. Boundary
384. Beat by a point or two
385. Beltway fig.
386. Ad in, e.g.
387. Defeat, barely
388. What a jumpy person is on
389. Beat, but barely
390. Beat, barely
391. Best, but barely
392. Skirt
393. Winning margin
394. Handicap
395. Fringe
396. Barely beat, with "out"
397. Beat by a nose
398. Sharp quality
399. Border of hedges
400. Ex-soldier: Colloq (3)
401. Chow (4)
402. Border in seen in red, generally
403. Slight advantage held by landed gentry
404. Governor of New Jersey
405. Governor of the Garden State
406. New Jersey's governor
407. Chief Executive of Garden State
408. Outgoing Governor of New Jersey
409. Gov Driscoll's predecessor
410. Creep giving lip
411. Former Governor of New Jersey
412. Former New Jersey governor
413. Cutting side of a blade
414. Move little by little
415. Sharpen
416. Advantage, in sports
417. Part of a razor blade
418. Maze component
419. 'The ___ of Glory' (Lady Gaga hit)
420. "...the children's teeth are set on ___" (Jer. 31:29)
421. "And Israel smote him with the ___ of the sword"
422. "And Israel smote him with the ___ of the sword" (Num 21:2
423. "Close to the ___" (Yes album)
424. "If the iron be blunt and he do not whet the ___" (Eccl.
425. "Lord" preceder
426. "Losing My ___" (LCD Soundsystem single)
427. "Mirror's ___" (video game said to cause nausea)
428. "On The ___" ("Come From Away" song)
429. "Postcards from the ___"
430. "Postcards From the ___" (Streep film)
431. "Postcards from the ___" (1990)
432. "Postcards from the ___" (Meryl Streep film)
433. "The City on the ___ of Forever" (classic "Star Trek" episode)
434. "The Razor's -"; maugham
435. "The Razor's ___" (Maugham novel)
436. "The Razor's ___": Maugham novel
437. "The ___ of Night"
438. "The ___ of Glory" (Lady Gaga hit)
439. "The ___ of Glory" (Lady Gaga song)
440. "The ___ of Glory" (life-giving Lady Gaga song)
441. "The ___ of Night" (TV soap)
442. "The ___ of Night" (soap opera)
443. "The ___ of Sadness."
444. "The ___" (1997 Anthony Hopkins film)
445. "The ___" (1997 Hopkins/Baldwin movie)
446. "___ of Tomorrow" (2014 sci-fi thriller)
447. "___ of the Universe" (Bee Gees song)
448. '99 Cougar's "New ___" design treatment (4)
449. 'The Razor's ___'
450. 'The Razor's ___.'
451. 'The Razor's___'
452. 'The ___ of Night' (old soap opera)
453. '___ of Night'
454. 1988 Dick Francis book The ___
455. 1988 Dick Francis thriller with "The"
456. A bit of superiority
457. A razor has a sharp one
458. A razor has one
459. A shaky thing to be on
460. A shot may take it off
461. AC/DC "Razor's ___"
462. AC/DC "The Razor's ___"
463. Ad in e.g.
464. Add fringe
465. Add fringe to e.g.
466. Add lace to perhaps
467. Added boost
468. Advance gradually
469. Advance obliquely.
470. Advance slowly
471. Advantage a good player has in a poker game*
472. Advantage in sports
473. Advantage.
474. Advantage: Colloq.
475. Advantageous position
476. Aerosmith "Livin' on the ___"
477. An epee's is dull
478. Apply a border.
479. Apt placement of this answer
480. Arctic island
481. Athletes look for it
482. Attach lace
483. Ax part
484. Bad thing to go over
485. Bandmate of Larry Mullen Jr. with "the"
486. Barbasol competitor
487. Barely beat (out).
488. Barely beat with "out"
489. Barely nip
490. Barely win with "out"
491. Beat at the buzzer
492. Beat by a hair
493. Beat by a run say
494. Beat by a whisker with "out"
495. Beat by one run say
496. Beat in a regatta but barely
497. Beat narrowly with "out"
498. Beat barely
499. Beat but barely
500. Beat but not badly
501. Best by a bit
502. Best but barely
503. Better but barely?
504. Bezel
505. Bite
506. Bite lip (4)
507. Blackthorn
508. Blade
509. Blade runner
510. Bleeding ___
511. Bono bandmate
512. Bono bandmate with "the"
513. Bono stage partner with "the"
514. Border line
515. Border of a table
516. Border as of the fairway
517. Border.
518. Boundary's limitless hedges (4)
519. Bowie feature
520. Brand of shaving gel
521. Breaking point
522. Brim
523. Brink.
524. Business advantage
525. Business end of a chisel
526. Business part of a blade
527. Business part of a knife
528. Certain puzzle piece
529. Chisel part
530. Christian's long-time tag team partner in the WWE
531. Classic Yes album "Close to the ___"
532. Cliff feature
533. Coast for an ocean
534. Coast to a continent
535. Cockney's shrubbery border (4)
536. Coin feature
537. Competitive asset
538. Competitive boost
539. Competitive leg up
540. Competitive plus
541. Competitive zeal
542. Competitor's quest
543. Controversial aspect
544. Corner toucher
545. Crispy part of a brownie often
546. Crust for a pizza
547. Cutter
548. Cutting ___ (most advanced)
549. Cutting part.
550. Cutting place
551. Cutting at times
552. Cutting-___ (like the latest technology)
553. Dangerous place to live
554. Daring place to live
555. David Howell Evans nickname
556. Decorate the perimeter of
557. Defeat barely
558. Defeat by a small margin
559. Defeat by a whisker
560. Defeat narrowly
561. Defeat narrowly with "out"
562. Defeat barely
563. Defeat just
564. Do a lawn job
565. Do lawn work
566. Don't lean too far over it
567. Down by a bit
568. Drop-off spot?
569. Dropping-off point?
570. Eager
571. Effectiveness
572. Either of two on some knives
573. Epee's lack
574. Every knife has one
575. Exciting part of a seat?
576. Extreme border
577. Extremity.
578. Faith No More "___ of the World"
579. Favorable margin: Slang.
580. Feature of Lenny Bruce's comedy
581. Fisher's "Postcards From the ___"
582. Flange
583. Foamy alternative
584. Ford SUV
585. Fox News show with "The"
586. Fringe.
587. Frontier
588. Go Marcel Marceau one better
589. Good thing to have in a competition
590. Good thing to have when competing
591. Green's border
592. Gritty drama's quality
593. Guitarist Dave Evans with "The"
594. Guitarist on "With Or Without You" and "Bullet the Blue Sky"
595. Guitarist on the rim?
596. Halftime lead e.g.
597. Harsh element
598. Harsh quality
599. Head start e.g.
600. Head start for example
601. Head start maybe
602. Head start perhaps
603. Head start say
604. Helpful kind of piece for a jigsaw puzzle doer
605. Homefield advantage e.g.
606. Hone
607. Hone.
608. Honer's concern
609. Honer's goal
610. Hopkins/Baldwin film "The ___"
611. Ice skater's line
612. Iconic U2 guitarist
613. Innovative quality
614. Inside track
615. Intensity
616. It can be cutting
617. It can get dull
618. It may be cutting or ragged
619. It may be leading or cutting
620. It may be pinked
621. It's often cutting
622. Jigsaw puzzle boundary
623. Jigsaw puzzle piece type
624. Jigsaw puzzle side
625. Jigsaw puzzle solver's start often
626. Jigsaw puzzle solver's starting point often
627. Jigsaw puzzler's starting place usually
628. Jigsaw section
629. Jigsaw starting piece usually
630. Jittery people are on it
631. Jumping-off place
632. Just barely beat
633. Juuuust beat
634. Keen quality
635. Keenness of voice
636. Keenness as of appetite
637. Keenness.
638. Kind of piece in a jigsaw puzzle
639. Knife feature
640. Knife part
641. Knife's component
642. Landscaper's perimeter
643. Larry Mullen Jr. bandmate
644. Leading ___
645. Leading___
646. Lick barely
647. Limit
648. Line of division.
649. Line where something begins or ends.
650. Line you don't want to be pushed over
651. Lip.
652. Living on the ___
653. Lucky thing to get in Ping-Pong
654. Lyricist for Broadway's disastrous 'Spider-Man ' with 'the'
655. Lyricist on Broadway's "Spider-Man " with "The"
656. Make sharper
657. Margin.
658. Maugham's 'The Razor's --'
659. Maugham's 'The Razor's ___'
660. Meeting place?
661. Microsoft ___ (web browser)
662. Microsoft's browser
663. Minor Threat "Straight ___"
664. Move stealthily
665. Move bit by bit
666. Move by inches
667. Move carefully
668. Move cautiously
669. Move furtively
670. Move gingerly
671. Move gradually
672. Move gradually.
673. Move laterally
674. Move sideways.
675. Move slowly
676. Move slowly sideways
677. Narrow advantage
678. Narrow winning margin
679. Narrowly defeat with "out"
680. Neaten a sidewalk's side
681. Neaten as a lawn
682. Negative tone
683. Nervous after "on"
684. Nervous with "on"
685. Nip at the wire
686. On ___ (impatient).
687. On ___.
688. On ___: nervous
689. On ___:nervous
690. On the razor's ___
691. One of 120 for a rhombicosidodecahedron
692. One of 30 on a dodecahedron
693. One of Adam Clayton's bandmates with "The"
694. One of a cube's dozen
695. One of eight for a square pyramid
696. One of eight on a square pyramid
697. One-point lead say
698. One-run lead e.g.
699. One-run lead say
700. Outdo barely
701. Outer area
702. Outer border
703. Outer jigsaw puzzle piece
704. Outer limit as of the green
705. Outer limits
706. Outer margin
707. Outer rim
708. Outermost part
709. Over the ___
710. Part of a blade or a balcony
711. Part of a cutting tool
712. Part of a skate blade
713. Part of a sword
714. Part of a sword blade
715. Penetrating nature
716. Perilous part of a precipice
717. Perimeter or border
718. Pizza crust e.g.
719. Polygon feature
720. Polyhedron component
721. Polyhedron part
722. Pre-3G data service
723. Precarious side of life
724. Quality of a snarky blog post
725. Ragged item.
726. Razor part
727. Razor's sharp part
728. Rim.
729. Rim... or trim
730. Risky place
731. Rock guitarist Dave Evans to the world (with "The")
732. Roof part
733. S.C. Johnson shaving gel
734. SNL has one to it
735. Safari rival
736. Satirical quality
737. Satirical quality often
738. Scimitar feature
739. Seat's most exciting part?
740. Sedative target with "the"
741. Selvage
742. Sharp part of a sword
743. Sharpen as a knife
744. Sharpen.
745. Sharpest part of a razor
746. Sharpness.
747. Shaving brand
748. Shaving gel
749. Shaving-gel brand
750. Shoulder of sorts
751. Side
752. Side of a jigsaw puzzle
753. Sidle along
754. Sidle.
755. Skate-blade part
756. Skier's need for turning
757. Slight lead in the polls
758. Slight lead.
759. Slight superiority
760. Some live on it with "the"
761. Something competitors hope for
762. Sphere's lack
763. Squeak by
764. Squeak past in sports
765. Squeeze past
766. Stevie Nicks "___ of Seventeen"
767. Straight ___ (puritanical punk genre)
768. Striking quality
769. Strop.
770. Stropping target
771. Subversiveness
772. Surface that cuts
773. Suspenseful part of the seat
774. Sword part
775. Sword side
776. Sylvia Plath's last poem
777. TV's "The ___ of Night"
778. TV's 'The -- of Night'
779. Tense after "on"
780. Term in geometry
781. The ___ (U2 guitarist who co-wrote the rock musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark")
782. The ___ (U2's guitarist)
783. The cutting ___
784. This answer is located on one
785. Threshold
786. Tighten up a lawn
787. Tip or top
788. Tracing place
789. Traveling hazard for flat Earth believers
790. Trendsetter's quality
791. Trim
792. Trim a lawn
793. Trim or rim
794. Trim as a lawn
795. Trim as a photograph
796. Trim in a way
797. Try to enhance one's orgasm in a way
798. U2 band member with "The"
799. U2 bandmember
800. U2 guitarist
801. U2 guitarist (with "The")
802. U2 guitarist with "The"
803. U2 guitarist with 'the'
804. U2 guy with "The"
805. U2 member with "The"
806. U2's The ___
807. U2's guitarist with "the"
808. Usually-easy-to-spot piece of a jigsaw puzzle
809. Verge.
810. Want trained athletes look for
811. Water's ___ (shore)
812. Wham! hit "___ of Heaven"
813. What AC/DC's "Razor" is on
814. What Aerosmith is "Livin' on"?
815. What a good player has over the others*
816. What a good player has*
817. What a good poker player has*
818. What a tense person may be on
819. What to do to the last word of each starred answer
820. What trained athletes look for
821. Where a skate meets the ice
822. Where die faces meet
823. Win 4-3 e.g.
824. Win a close victory with "out"
825. Win by a nose
826. Win by a nose with out
827. Win barely
828. Windows 10's browser
829. Wine might take it off
830. With "The " bandmate of Bono
831. With "The " noted rock guitarist
832. Word after jagged or ragged
833. Word after leading or cutting
834. Word with "jagged" or "ragged"
835. Word with cutting or leading
836. Word with jagged
837. Work around in a sense
838. ___ of Glory ("As Seen on TV" knife sharpener)
839. ___ out (just barely beat)
840. ___ wear (sign of tire underinflation)
841. Advantage: Colloq
842. Border straddled by distinguished gentlemen
843. Add fringe to, e.g.
844. Beat by one run, say
845. Jigsaw starting piece, usually
846. When repeated after "boot," phonetic rendering of Mayor Pete
847. Head start, e.g.
848. Narrowly defeat (with "out")
849. Trim, as a lawn
850. Razor's cutting feature
851. Lick barely
852. Strops
853. See 33 Down
854. Skirted
855. Trimmed the lawn
856. Win by a nose with out
857. Crept
858. Landscaper s tool
859. Cutting, at times
860. Head start, say
861. Moved cautiously
862. Trimming tool
863. Moved gingerly
864. Neatened the lawn, in a way
865. Sidled
866. Advanced with care
867. Moved stealthily
868. Advanced gradually
869. Lawn-trimming tool
870. Did a lawn maintenance job
871. Barely beat (with "out")
872. The ___ of Glory (Lady Gaga song)
873. The ___ of Night (soap opera)
874. Went sideways
875. Starting jigsaw puzzle piece, usually
876. Jigsaw puzzler's starting place, usually
877. Defeated by a whisker
878. Cutting-___ technology
879. Outdo, barely
880. Carefully move past
881. Beats (out)
882. On tenterhooks
883. Pushing the envelope
884. Outer reaches
885. Nervous
886. Proclamation
887. Enter cautiously
888. Lawn gadget
889. Lawn tool
890. Lips
891. Beaten (out)
892. Nips
893. Double-___
894. Entered carefully
895. Lawn tools
896. Greenskeeper's tool
897. Lawn trimmer
898. Barely beats
899. Sharp-___
900. Enter stealthily
901. More out there
902. Decorative border
903. Envelope-pushing
904. Yard tool
905. Skirts
906. Food
907. Landscaping tool
908. Border cutters
909. Landscaper's tool
910. People people?: Abbr.
911. Old name for Tokyo
912. Roman magistrate
913. City near Minneapolis
914. Blue-pencil
915. Decree
916. Entertainer Adams
917. Author Ferber
918. Neighbor of Minneapolis
919. Prepare for publication
920. Cult classic off "Sonic Temple"
921. Head of Hollywood
922. Avoid adroitly
923. On pins and needles
924. Old English letter
925. What I Am singer Brickell
926. Having a border
927. Borders
928. Moves cautiously
929. They're cutting, sometimes
930. Trims the lawn
931. Fringed
932. Advantages
933. Peripheries
934. More tense
935. Bordered
936. Did a lawn job
937. Sharpen, as a knife
938. Trim, as a photograph
939. Nosed (out)
940. Chisel, e.g.
941. Gardening tool
942. Gardener's gadget
943. Barely defeated
944. Less at ease
945. See 28 Down
946. Something shady
947. Won by a whisker
948. Double-___ sword
949. Moved sideways
950. Barely beat out
951. The City on the ___ of Forever (classic "Star Trek" episode)
952. Next Governor of New Jersey.
953. Fiat.
954. Governor of the Garden State.
955. New Jersey's governor.
956. Circular saws.
957. Outgoing Governor of New Jersey.
958. Narrow lawnmower.
959. Machine that puts on borders.
960. Periphery.
961. Lumbering machine.
962. Cutting side of a blade.
963. Former New Jersey Governor.
964. Move little by little.
965. Part of a razor blade.
966. Sharpened.
967. Moved gradually.
968. Move by inches.
969. On ___ (irritable).
970. Part of a blade.
971. Sharp.
972. Move slowly.
973. Selvage.
974. Slight advantage.
975. Inched.
976. Sharp side.
977. Move aside.
978. Bordered.
979. Served as a border to.
980. Made a border.
981. Semicircular molding.
982. Have the ___ (have an advantage).
983. Trimmed, as with lace.
984. Relative of 59 Down.
985. Honed.
986. Like some tools.
987. Advanced slowly.
988. Nervous, after "on"
989. Tense, after "on"
990. Outside limit
991. The Razor's ___, novel by W. Somerset Maugham:
992. Favorable margin: Slang
993. Line where something begins or ends
994. Line of division
995. Advance obliquely
996. The ___ of Sadness
997. Apply a border
998. On ___
999. Relative of
1000. Beat out
1001. Slim advantage
1002. Part of a jigsaw puzzle
1003. Advantage held by seed, generally
1004. The whip hand, head
1005. Cliff’s brink
1006. Lippy type from golf club dropped the first one
1007. 'We'll sell you the whole seat, but you'll only need the ___
1008. 'Losing My ___' (LCD Soundsystem song)