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1. Bitter or dead
2. Minstrel man
3. He's often tight, in football
4. Grid lineman
5. Kind of product
6. Tackle's neighbor
7. ___ line (court boundary)
8. Peroration
9. Football player
10. Means to an ___
11. Pass-catcher
12. Sinclair's "World's ___"
13. Result of a coup de grâce
14. Desinence
15. Split or tight follower
16. Finite point
17. Where this word comes
18. The ultimate state
19. Word with tag or rear
20. Tight ___, in football
21. Player who may be tight
22. Either half of a domino
23. Where this word belongs
24. Word with run or play
25. Last word in many books
26. What a checkmate causes
27. Word with head or tail
28. "Howards ___," Forster novel
29. Eligible pass receiver
30. He may be tight
31. ___ product
32. Word with split or tight
33. Word with tight and open
34. Tight position?
35. Pigskin chaser
36. Stallworth's position
37. Eternity lacks this
38. Offensive one, at times
39. Split or tight one
40. SeeAcross
41. Word with rear or tight
42. Sometimes it's bitter
43. He's on the line
44. At wits' ___
45. It might not be in sight
46. It's sometimes bitter
47. This may be tight or loose
48. Position for Russ Francis
49. Pass catcher
50. Priestley's "Eden ___"
51. He may be split
52. Word with tail or dead
53. Elway target
54. Like some products
55. Split or tight Jet
56. "Happy ___,"musical
57. Marino target
58. Kind of play, in bridge
59. Receiver, frequently
60. A cricket wicket
61. "And by opposing ___ them?" Hamlet
62. Zone for gridders
63. Sometimes it is bitter
64. Book's final word
65. QB's target, often
66. Forster's "Howards ___"
67. Last word, at times
68. Football lineman
69. It may be dead
70. Curling inning
71. Period of play in curling
72. It may be living or dead
73. Kind of user
74. Exterior lineman
75. Not-so-desirable bread slice
76. Tackle's teammate
77. Last page
78. "Bitter" part
79. Period's place
80. One may be on the line
81. Last part (appropriately)
82. Cutoff point
83. This, appropriately
84. Word before and after "over"
85. Apt answer for this clue
86. One may be dead
87. At wit's ___
88. Top or bottom
89. Wind up or down
90. Put a stopper on
91. Tug-of-war position
92. Give the coup de grace
93. Prime rib cut
94. With 41-Across, go out nicely
95. T formation participant
96. Potential pass target
97. Tight ___
98. With "of" plus 49-Down, momentous time
99. "The ___," next-to-last song on "Abbey Road," ironically
100. This, for example, with "the"
101. What this is, fittingly
102. One may be tight
103. Stop going
104. Wideout, in football
105. Maze's goal
106. The ___ [fittingly]
107. Mobius strip's lack
108. "___ of discussion!"
109. With 18-Across, software developer's concern
110. PC key below Home
111. Living or dead follower
112. Word with living or dead
113. One may get a pass
114. Target of some passes
115. Word with deep or dead
116. ___ of the line
117. Decembere.g.
118. Complete backing in boldness
119. Close result
120. The aim is to write the initials of every new designer
121. The aim is to finish here
122. Where to join the line
123. Tight or "split" player
124. Close out
125. Dec. 31, to a year
126. Eternity doesn't have one
127. Offensive or defensive gridder
128. Phase out
129. This puzzle's last entry, fittingly
130. Word after bitter or dead
131. Word after living or dead
132. ___ on a high note
133. This ___ up
134. Word after "loose" or "tight"
135. He's often tight
136. Third from center
137. Split or tight
138. It's found "prematurely" in this puzzle's theme
139. 30, in the newsroom
140. His job is on the line
141. This is it
142. Land's __, England
143. Reason for being
144. Reggie White, for one
145. Changed part of each re-tail phrase in this puzzle
146. Participant in some receptions
147. Final piece
148. Tackle's linemate
149. Tight or loose follower
150. Finish in the DEN?
151. "___ of a Love Affair"
152. COME TO A CONCLUSION IN A FRIENDLY DISCUSSION
153. -- ZONE
154. He may be offensive
155. Part to grab hold of, maybe
156. Spot to stop
157. Wind up or wind down
158. Word with split or tail
159. Howards ___ (1992)
160. Word with run or result
161. Kind of run or table
162. On __ (upright)
163. Curling division
164. Deep or dead follower
165. Cease or desist
166. Land's __
167. Offensive one perhaps
168. Offensive one perhaps?
169. Wind-up
170. Last word in films?
171. Quaterback's target
172. Where to get in line?
173. Last word in movies?
174. Limiting aspect
175. Where to get in line
176. Word with table or zone
177. Epilogue location
178. Fine, in music
179. One might be tight
180. Last of all
181. Book's last word
182. Gridiron speedster
183. Gridiron target
184. This answer, appropriately
185. Appropriate answer for this clue?
186. Defensive lineman
187. Come to a conclusion (appropriately)
188. First or final cut piece
189. Last piece of bread to eat, often
190. The ___ (appropriately)
191. When the murderer is revealed, often
192. Where this answer is, appropriately
193. Where this appears, appropriately
194. Word after deep or tight
195. Get done with
196. One working on a line
197. Computer key under Home
198. Either extreme of a loaf
199. Tail __
200. Word "split" in this puzzle's eight longest answers
201. Russ Francis, for one
202. This clue's position
203. Word after tight or split
204. Wisdom begins at the ___: Daniel Webster
205. The South ___ (Wayne State U.'s student newspaper)
206. Closing stages
207. Journeys ___ in lovers meeting: Shakespeare
208. Word after tight or loose
209. Howards ___ (Forster novel)
210. With 39 Down, ultimate goal
211. Suffix location
212. Prime-rib cut
213. Childhood's ___ (Arthur C. Clarke novel)
214. Reach the denouement
215. Go off the deep ___
216. Last word, in literature?
217. Posterior or purpose
218. Quarterback's target
219. The last word in some stories
220. Word after tight or wide
221. West ___ Girls (1986 Pet Shop Boys hit)
222. Dead or living follower
223. This clue, vis- -vis this puzzle
224. Wind down or wind up
225. It may be in sight
226. Means justifier
227. Bring down the curtain
228. Heel in a bakery
229. You've just reached it
230. Apt puzzle answer, in this case
231. With 1-Across, a football play, or an apt description of what's hidden in the last part of the answer to each starred clue
232. Bring down the curtain on
233. English fin
234. The World's __: 2013 sci-fi comedy
235. Word with living or bitter
236. Tight NFL position
237. Punch line, say
238. Word with game or point
239. Terminate
240. Last in a sequence
241. Word with tight or loose
242. Tackle's neighbor on the line
243. Z, alphabet-wise
244. Close or complete
245. Reach its destination, as a trip
246. With 72-Across, evasive strategy ... and a hint to the last several letters of the four longest Across answers
247. Apt answer for this puzzle location
248. Coincidentally and aptly, it was also yesterday's last Down answer
249. High-__: upscale
250. Last word, say
251. Burt Reynolds film, The ___
252. The living ___
253. Bring the curtain down on
254. Fitting answer for this clue
255. The final word in movies
256. -30-
257. The last word in movies?
258. 30, to a reporter
259. Heel, on a loaf
260. Wrap up
261. __ of the line
262. Bread heel
263. Dead-__ street
264. Loaf's heel
265. Packers position
266. User or product leader
267. Bitter __
268. Fabric fragment
269. Furthest point
270. Be over with
271. Command to exit a BASIC program
272. Terminus
273. SWAN SONG
274. Finish up
275. Momo author Michael ___
276. Minus sign equivalent
277. Conclusion, in Germany
278. Long hyphen
279. Mark slightly longer than a hyphen
280. It's ultimate
281. Finish on
282. German fantasy writer Michael
283. German finale
284. Broken off
285. Mأ¶bius strip's lack
286. Last until
287. Not go beyond
288. Inspire warm feelings about
289. Minuses, basically
290. Have as a terminus
291. When the credits roll
292. Go until
293. Most-cooked part of a prime rib roast
294. King vs. king-and-pawn situation
295. Last song recorded by all four Beatles, with "the"
296. Stew ___
297. Concerted efforts
298. Crashed and burned
299. Lead-up to mating
300. What a Mأ¶bius strip lacks
301. What curtains may signify
302. Hyphen's longer cousin
303. Wrap up around
304. Fantasy writer Michael
305. Cause to be cherished
306. When credits roll
307. Brought to a conclusion
308. Player close to a linebacker
309. Where a tunnel opens
310. Minus sign lookalike
311. Symbol between two years, often
312. Frankish finish
313. Causes (oneself) to be cherished
314. Period, with "the"
315. Target of some football passes
316. Ingratiates
317. Orson Scott Card's "___ Game"
318. It clears the rear
319. The Bloods and the Crips, e.g.
320. ESL part
321. The FBI, to the mob
322. Flavor ___ (MSG, e.g.)
323. City north of Oklahoma City
324. 'The Neverending Story' author
325. Benz chaser
326. One way to line things up
327. Old bowlers never die, they just --
328. Invested (with)
329. 'Bewitched' witch
330. Provide as with a quality,
331. 'There's no -- sight'
332. Alternative to escarole
333. Farthest from the start
334. Point at which patience has run out
335. Ewoks' forest moon
336. Provider of funds
337. Provide with an ability
338. Touchdown area
339. Ozzfest "Evolve" rockers
340. REM: "It's The ___ the World as We Know It"
341. Traveling Wilburys: "___ the Line"
342. I want my ___ Everlast
343. Sometimes kids get murdered for the ___ Everlast
344. The ___ the Innocence
345. Here's Where the Story ___
346. Here's Where the Story ___ Sundays
347. Some people will rob their mother for the ___ Everlast
348. '04 Cure hit "The ___ the World"
349. Tampa-to-Titusville dir.
350. Richardson's bailiwick
351. January, to Vicente Fox
352. Right and a little up, on a map: abbr.
353. Return of the Jedi locale
354. Uprights location
355. Dayton-Columbus dir.
356. Popular B.A. major
357. MORRIS
358. __ Brockovich (another of the American Film Institute's 10 best films of 2000)
359. Curry favor
360. Zone or table lead-in
361. Author of "The Never Ending Story"
362. Last word of a film?
363. Last word on the silver screen
364. Wind it up
365. Word with all or result
366. The NeverEnding Story Michael
367. Tender names? (Anagram)
368. Determined effort
369. Testaverde target
370. Type of zone or table
371. Word with deep or tight
372. Makes (oneself) well-liked
373. Attachment for open or rear
374. Ending for open or rear
375. Bitter or business follower
376. Curling period
377. Football receiver
378. His job is always on the line
379. It may be loose or tight
380. Not the beginning
381. One can be loose or tight
382. Target for Peyton Manning
383. His career is on the line
384. Word after bitter or business
385. Candle part
386. Final section
387. Nothing follows it
388. It may be split or loose
389. Scrimmage participant
390. It may be bitter?
391. Line-of-scrimmage position
392. Loaf part
393. Bitter follower, sometimes
394. Ultimate point
395. Howard's ___ (Oscar winner of 1992)
396. The ___ (famous last words)
397. Something sometimes split
398. Word after loose or tight
399. This, with "the"
400. Finale
401. Football position
402. Likely pass receiver
403. Remnant
404. ___ table
405. Last word in film
406. Word with play or run
407. Journey's ___
408. Kind of bridge play
409. The ___ of the Affair
410. Book or tag
411. Deep or book
412. Fade out
413. One of eleven
414. Wind up
415. Word with product or table
416. Pass receiver
417. Put a stop to
418. Word with front or rear
419. Culminate
420. Result of a coup de grأ¢ce
421. Windup
422. Howards ___, Forster novel
423. Happy ___, 1977 musical
424. And by opposing ___ them? Hamlet
425. It may be bitter
426. Word before and after "to"
427. Sign off
428. Finis, in Frankfurt
429. Part to grab hold of
430. Unpopular slice
431. Pull the plug on
432. This foolishness must ___ once!
433. Evoke good feelings about
434. Call it quits
435. Lineman
436. Objective
437. Break off
438. Finis
439. Last gasp
440. Conclusion
441. Culmination
442. Tail
443. Go "pfft"
444. Abolish
445. Coda
446. Curtains
447. Nib
448. Termination
449. Come to a close
450. The __
451. Gridiron position
452. Epilogue
453. Pass target
454. Reach a conclusion
455. Bring to closure
456. Go no further
457. Demise
458. Caboose, e.g.
459. Curtains, with "the"
460. Call off
461. Put a halt to
462. The ___ (1978 Burt Reynolds movie)
463. The last word, often
464. Close down
465. Drop the curtain on
466. This answer, vis- -vis the Across answers
467. Howard's ___ (1992 Oscar winner)
468. Brett Favre target
469. Bring to a halt
470. Closing
471. Final chapter
472. June 20, vis- -vis spring
473. Word found in this puzzle's theme answers
474. Word with game or table
475. It may be bitter or loose
476. Jeremy Shockey, notably
477. Peyton Manning target
478. Unpopular slice, for some
479. Bring to a conclusion
480. Stopping point
481. Target for Tom Brady
482. Tom Brady target
483. Week finish?
484. Howards ___ (1992 movie)
485. Judgment Day, e.g.
486. NFL lineman
487. Last stop
488. Line position
489. Omega
490. If the ___ be well, all is well—Gesta Romanorum
491. Object
492. Extremity
493. Conclude
494. Finish off in style, say
495. Finish
496. Call a halt to
497. Halt
498. Come to a halt
499. Quash
500. ___-all
501. Upshot
502. Put the kibosh on
503. Place to stop
504. Run out
505. Destroy
506. See 65-Across
507. Bitter ___
508. Judgment Day
509. Cut short
510. Bankrupt
511. Purpose
512. Rear
513. Maze goal
514. Dissolve
515. Goal
516. Sign-off
517. See 3-Down
518. See 58-Down
519. Cleaning product with the slogan "It's that fast"
520. Give the coup de gr
521. Doom
522. Last
523. Doomsday, with "the"
524. Heel
525. Close
526. Player next to a tackle
527. Boundary
528. What boring things never seem to do
529. Share of responsibility
530. Defensive ___
531. Squelch
532. Terminate a relationship
533. Shut down
534. Fulfillment
535. Butt
536. Stands for things
537. Eliminate
538. Cessation
539. Knock off
540. Terminal
541. Quietus
542. Get rid of
543. Cricket wicket
544. Stop
545. Deli discard
546. Intention
547. Outer limit
548. Coda's place in a score
549. Annihilation
550. Armageddon
551. Ultimate
552. Denouement
553. Tip
554. Period
555. Cut out
556. Stoppage
557. Border
558. Mine passage (4)
559. Wigwagger (8)
560. Appropriate answer for this spot in the puzzle
561. Ruin
562. Finish wrecking den
563. Aim to give tip
564. Rendition's conclusion
565. Consequence
566. Lands ___, Cornwall
567. Where Liebestod is sung in Tristan
568. Land's ___, Cornwall
569. Here Faust triumphs
570. Share: Colloq
571. Curtains!
572. Curtain
573. Somewhat horrendous death
574. Wrap up or conclude
575. Ultimate state
576. Result
577. Point of no return
578. Outcome
579. They lived happily ever after
580. Gridiron player
581. Last word
582. Pass receiver in football
583. Football linesman
584. Light at the ___ of the tunnel
585. Shallow ___
586. "... came to pass at the ___ of forty days" (Gen 8:6)
587. "...endureth to the ___ shall be saved" (Matt 10:22)
588. "30" in editing
589. "30" to an editor
590. "30" to editors
591. "30 " to an editor
592. "Abbey Road" song with "The"
593. "Abbey Road" songlet with "The"
594. "And it came to pass at the ___ of forty days" (Ge 8:6)
595. "And it came to pass at the ___ of forty days" (Gen. 8:6)
596. "At the ___ of every seven years thou shalt make a release'
597. "At the ___ of the day you're another day older" - "Les Mis"
598. "At the ___ of the day you're another day older" - "Les Miserables"
599. "Childhood's ___" (Arthur C. Clarke novel)
600. "Childhood's ___" Kiss
601. "Childhood's ___" by Arthur C. Clarke
602. "Disney ___"
603. "Down at the ___ of Lonely Street at Heartbreak Hotel"
604. "Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's ___..." (Semisonic)
605. "God maketh from the beginning to the ___" (Ecclesiastes)
606. "Gotterdammerung"
607. "Happy ___ " 1977 musical
608. "Howard's ___"
609. "Howard's ___" (1992 Oscar winner)
610. "Howard's ___" (Oscar winner of 1992)
611. "Howards ___"
612. "Howards ___" (1982)
613. "Howards ___" (1992 Oscar winner)
614. "Howards ___" (1992 movie)
615. "Howards ___" (1992)
616. "Howards ___" (Forster novel)
617. "Howards ___ " Forster novel
618. "I will ___ you!"
619. "I will ___ you!" (threat)
620. "In the ___..."
621. "Is there no ___?"
622. "It's The ___ Of The World As We Know It": R.E.M. bop
623. "It's the ___ of the world..."
624. "Its the ___ of the World As We Know It"
625. "Journey's ___"
626. "Love Is Always Lovely In The ___" ("The Drowsy Chaperone")
627. "Love Without ___ Amen" (George Strait song)
628. "Parade's ___" (Ford Madox Ford tetralogy)
629. "Split" follower
630. "This ___ up"
631. "The Restaurant at the ___ of the Universe"
632. "The Sopranos" had a much-debated one
633. "The World's ___": 2013 sci-fi comedy
634. "The ___ is in sight"
635. "The ___ is near"
636. "The ___ of Innocence"
637. "The ___ of all flesh is come before me" (Gen 6:13)
638. "The ___ of the Affair"
639. "The ___" ("Abbey Road" songlet)
640. "The ___" (1978 Burt Reynolds movie)
641. "The ___" (1978 Burt Reynolds)
642. "The ___" (1978 Reynolds/Field film)
643. "The ___" (Beatles song)
644. "The ___" (Beatles)
645. "The ___" (Burt Reynolds flick)
646. "The ___" (Doors classic)
647. "The ___" (album title for the Black Eyed Peas and Black Sabbath)
648. "The ___ " film directed by Burt Reynolds
649. "The ___ " next-to-last song on "Abbey Road " ironically
650. "Tight" NFL position
651. "Tight" or "loose" follower
652. "Tight" player
653. "To what ___?"
654. "Until the ___ of the World" U2
655. "We're after the same rainbow's ___" ("Moon Riv
656. "West ___ Girls"
657. "West ___ Girls" (1986 Pet Shop Boys hit)
658. "West ___ Girls" (1986 hit)
659. "West ___ Girls" (Pet Shop Boys hit)
660. "Zone" or "table" lead-in
661. "___ of Days" (1999)
662. "___ of Days" (1999 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie)
663. "___ of Days" (Schwarzenegger film)
664. "___ of Summer" (S. N. Behrman play)
665. "___ of story!"
666. "___ of the Line"
667. "___ of the Line" (Traveling Wilburys tune)
668. "___ of the Road"
669. "___ of the Road" (Boyz II Men hit)
670. "___ of the Road" (Boyz II Men)
671. "___ of the line!"
672. "itter"part
673. 'Howards ___' (Forster novel)
674. 'Journeys ___ in lovers meeting': Shakespeare
675. 'The South ___' (Wayne State U.'s student newspaper)
676. 'The ___'
677. 'Wisdom begins at the ___': Daniel Webster
678. (missing clue)
679. *Finish
680. + or - for a battery
681. -
682. =-- zone
683. -30- to an editor
684. -30- to old-school journalists
685. ...and the other
686. 1983 Styx hit "Don't Let It ___"
687. 30 in the newsroom
688. 30 to a reporter
689. A O doesn't have one
690. A checkered flag may mark it
691. Abrogate
692. Adjourn
693. After the face off bow to pressure and then stop (3)
694. Aim
695. Appropriate answer for this clue
696. Appropriately placed word
697. Apt last answer
698. Apt puzzle answer in this case
699. Apt word for this entry___
700. Arthur C. Clarke's "Childhood's ___"
701. Aspiration
702. Athlete with purpose
703. Author's last word
704. Author's last word?
705. Back ___
706. Backside... or a hint to the puzzle theme
707. Be over
708. Beatles tune with "The"
709. Become extinct
710. Become with up
711. Beginning's counterpart
712. Bitter follower
713. Bitter follower sometimes
714. Bitter part of a rope?
715. Bitter part?
716. Book ___
717. Book ___.
718. Book or deep follower
719. Book part
720. Book's last word often
721. Borderline
722. Bottom
723. Bottom of the ninth say
724. Bottom of the ninth usually
725. Boundary line
726. Boundary.
727. Boyz II Men's "___ of the Road"
728. Bread piece that I usually discard
729. Bread piece that you could technically use for a sandwich I guess
730. Bread slice also known as the heel
731. Bring to a close
732. Burnt barbecue bit
733. Burt Reynolds film The ___
734. Burt Reynolds' film (with "The")
735. Business ___
736. Butt.
737. Button on some cell phones
738. Caboose
739. Caboose's place
740. Caboose's position
741. Caboose's spot
742. Caboose e.g.
743. Call it a day
744. Call it off
745. Cancel
746. Cease
747. Cease all action
748. Certain keyboard key
749. Certain lineman
750. Circle's lack
751. Cliffhanger's spot
752. Close out.
753. Close up
754. Close.
755. Closer?
756. Closure
757. Coda's place
758. Coda.
759. Coincidentally and aptly it was also yesterday's last Down answer
760. Come out
761. Come to a conclusion
762. Come to a conclusion?
763. Common last word
764. Complete
765. Complete.
766. Completion
767. Completion.
768. Composer's womenswear
769. Computer key
770. Computer keyboard key
771. Concern for Machiavelli
772. Conclude.
773. Concluding part
774. Conclusion.
775. Consequence.
776. Consummate
777. Consummation
778. Continue no longer
779. Crust or caboose
780. Crusty bread piece
781. Crusty bread slice
782. Crusty part of a loaf
783. Culmination.
784. Cursor-moving key
785. Curtain call time
786. Curtains so to speak
787. Curtains with "the"
788. Cut funding to
789. Cut it out
790. Cut off
791. Dead ___
792. Dead ___.
793. Dead-___ job
794. Dead-___ street
795. Death
796. Death as of print media
797. Dec. 31 to a year
798. December 31 e.g.
799. December 31 for 2020
800. December yearwise
801. Decide not to continue
802. Deep ___ (pool area)
803. Deep place?
804. Defensive footballer
805. Defensive position
806. Delete key neighbor
807. Denouement.
808. Derriere
809. Desired result
810. Discontinue
811. Dissolve as a partnership
812. Do no more
813. Do the final step of
814. Don Henley's "The ___ of the Innocence"
815. Don't go on
816. Doomsday with "the"
817. Doors "My only friend the ___"
818. Doors classic "The ___"
819. Doors classic with "The"
820. Doors song played at the beginning of "Apocalypse Now" with "The"
821. Downfall
822. Draw the curtain on
823. Draw to a close
824. Drop it
825. E.M. Forster's "Howards ___"
826. East or West follower
827. Eighteenth hole say
828. Either of two on a defensive line
829. Elton John "Club at the ___ of the Street"
830. Epilogue's place
831. Event studied in eschatology with "the"
832. Every streetcar line has one
833. Expiration
834. Expire
835. Extra-crusty bread slice
836. Extreme
837. Extreme part
838. Extremity.
839. Fade out.
840. Famous last word
841. Far point
842. Farthest point
843. Fate
844. Fin in film
845. Fin in English
846. Final analysis
847. Final cause
848. Final cause.
849. Final chapter e.g.
850. Final curtain
851. Final hour
852. Final one
853. Final out of the game
854. Final part
855. Final part as of a movie
856. Final phase
857. Final point
858. Final stage
859. Final stages
860. Final word
861. Final word often
862. Finale.
863. Finalize
864. Fine in music
865. Finis.
866. Finish line
867. Finish off
868. Finish things up
869. Finish as a game
870. Finish.
871. Finite point.
872. Finsh
873. Fitting answer for the last entry in a crossword
874. Fitting last entry in a crossword
875. Fitting last word in a crossword grid
876. Fitting word for this grid position
877. Fizzle out
878. Football Hall of Famer Bruce Smith e.g.
879. Football player.
880. Football position.
881. Football position: defensive ___
882. Footballer.
883. Foreigner "Until the ___ of Time"
884. Forster's 'Howards ___'
885. Fourth word of a Doors classic
886. Fragment
887. Francis Fukuyama's controversial article "The ___ of History?"
888. Front for one
889. Furthermost point
890. Game division in the sport of curling
891. Game opening ironically?
892. Get finished
893. Give up on
894. Go kaput
895. Go last
896. Goal.
897. Grand finale
898. Greene's 'The -- of the Affair'
899. Grid position
900. Gridiron bomb target
901. Gridiron lineman
902. Grind to a halt
903. He might be passed over
904. He's often tight in football
905. Heel of a loaf
906. Heel on a loaf
907. High-___ (upscale)
908. High-___: upscale
909. Hindmost
910. Hindquarters
911. Home key neighbor
912. Howards ___
913. Howie Long's position
914. Infinity doesn't have one
915. Inning : baseball :: ___ : curling
916. Inning in curling
917. It can be bitter
918. It could be tight or loose
919. It may be bitter or dead
920. It may be living
921. It may be reached while binge-watching
922. It may be split
923. It may be tied up if it's loose
924. It may be untimely
925. It may come after the living
926. It might be bitter
927. It was bitter for 44-A
928. It's sometimes bitter.
929. Jeremy Shockey notably
930. Jim Morrison song with "The"
931. Judgment Day e.g.
932. June 20 vis-a-vis spring
933. Keister
934. Key below "Home" on a PC
935. Key below Home on a PC
936. Keyboard key
937. Keyboard opposite of home
938. Kill
939. Kind of most.
940. Kind of paper
941. Kind of play
942. Kind of play in bridge
943. Kind of table
944. Kind of table or run
945. Kind of table or user
946. Kind of table or zone
947. Kind of table.
948. Kind of zone
949. Land's ___
950. Land's ___ (southwesternmost point of England)
951. Land's ___ (westernmost point of England)
952. Land's ___ to John O'Groats (popular British island-spanning junket)
953. Land's ___ England
954. Land's ___ cape of England.
955. Lands ___.
956. Lands' ___ (L.L. Bean competitor)
957. Lands' ___ (clothing retailer)
958. Lands' ___ (sellers of outdoor furniture)
959. Lands-___.
960. Last act
961. Last bit
962. Last chapter
963. Last entry in this puzzle fittingly
964. Last out of the game
965. Last part
966. Last piece of bread to eat often
967. Last section
968. Last slice
969. Last song recorded by all four Beatles with "the"
970. Last stage
971. Last word at the cineplex?
972. Last word at the movies
973. Last word in films
974. Last word in literature?
975. Last word of many books
976. Last word of many stories
977. Last word of movies?
978. Last word of the film
979. Last word on the silver screen sometimes
980. Last word at times
981. Last word in literature
982. Last word in literature?
983. Last word often
984. Last word say
985. Last word?
986. Last.
987. Leave off
988. Leftover
989. Leftover.
990. Leg attachment
991. Letup
992. Limit
993. Limit.
994. Limitation
995. Lineman farthest from the center
996. Lineman furthest from the center
997. Lineman.
998. Linkin Park "In the ___"
999. Linkin Park "Waiting for the ___"
1000. Linkin Park's "In the ___"
1001. Loaf leftover
1002. Log out
1003. Loose ___
1004. Loose or bitter follower
1005. Low-___
1006. Many an eligible receiver
1007. Maze bottom word
1008. Maze objective
1009. Maze word
1010. Means justifier.
1011. Member of an NFL line
1012. Montana's target
1013. Moon unit
1014. Most remote section.
1015. My Chemical Romance "To the ___"
1016. NFL position
1017. Neighbor of a tackle
1018. Nip in the bud
1019. No ___ (very much)
1020. No ___ (very much).
1021. North ___ (location of Boston's Little Italy)
1022. Not continue
1023. Not go on
1024. November 11 1918 for World War I
1025. Object.
1026. Objective.
1027. Offensive one
1028. Offensive one at times
1029. Offensive or defensive football position
1030. Offensive player farthest from the QB
1031. Often-unwanted slice of bread
1032. Oklahoma city
1033. Omega alphabetically
1034. Omega in a way
1035. Omega.
1036. On ___ (upright)
1037. One may be bitter
1038. One may be dead or bitter
1039. One may be tight or defensive
1040. One who may get a pass
1041. Only good part of a bad movie?
1042. Opposite of beginning
1043. Opposite of start
1044. Org. that collects information about non-U.S. citizens
1045. Outermost point
1046. Overriding concern in "The Prince"
1047. PC key
1048. Part of e.o.m.
1049. Part of EOM
1050. Part of SWAK
1051. Part of a line?
1052. Part of a loaf that gets tossed
1053. Part of a loaf that may go uneaten
1054. Part of the "Line" the Traveling Wilburys were going to
1055. Part of the bargain
1056. Part of the line always saved for you
1057. Part to grab hold of maybe
1058. Pass catcher.
1059. Pass target sometimes
1060. Passer's target maybe
1061. Patootie
1062. Pearl Jam "The ___"
1063. Period's place in a sentence
1064. Period with "the"
1065. Person looking for bombs?
1066. Pet Shop Boys "West ___ Girls"
1067. Pet Shop Boys song "West ___ Girls"
1068. Pet Shop Boys' "West ___ Girls"
1069. Peter out
1070. PgDn neighbor usually
1071. Phish "Possum your ___ is the road"
1072. Pi doesn't have one
1073. Piston ring ___ gap
1074. Place for some notes
1075. Place to burn a candle?
1076. Point.
1077. Pool area
1078. Position of "FADE TO BLACK" in a screenplay probably
1079. Printer's measures
1080. Punch line say
1081. Purpose.
1082. Purposes
1083. Put the final touches on maybe
1084. Put to bed so to speak
1085. QB's frequent target
1086. QB's target
1087. QB's target at times
1088. QB's target often
1089. Quarterback sacker perhaps
1090. Quarterback's target at times
1091. Quit
1092. Rarely used computer key
1093. Rarely-used computer key
1094. Ray Agnew or Trace Armstrong
1095. Reach its destination as a trip
1096. Receiver
1097. Receiver frequently
1098. Reggie White for one
1099. Remnant.
1100. Resolution
1101. Result (in)
1102. Result.
1103. Ring's lack
1104. Rob Gronkowski's position
1105. Ruination
1106. Rump
1107. Russ Francis for one
1108. Sake
1109. Scrap
1110. Scrap.
1111. Sew up
1112. Share of a task
1113. Shut off
1114. Sign off as a broadcast
1115. Sit on it
1116. Snap as a winless streak
1117. Something to keep in sight
1118. Split or tail
1119. Squash
1120. Stamp out
1121. Start of an ear?
1122. Start of something new often
1123. Stem or stern?
1124. Stop doing
1125. Stop it
1126. Stop as a hitting streak
1127. Stop.
1128. Stopping poin
1129. Surprisingly a tight one is a football position
1130. Suspend
1131. Table type
1132. Tackle's line mate
1133. Tackle's outside neighbor
1134. Tail ___
1135. Target for Aaron Rodgers
1136. Target for Dan Marino
1137. Target for Steve McNair
1138. Terminate.
1139. Termination.
1140. Terminus perhaps
1141. Terminus.
1142. The 29th for February 2020
1143. The Doors "The ___"
1144. The ___
1145. The ___ (aptly)
1146. The ___ of history
1147. The bitter ___
1148. The final word in storybooks
1149. The final word often
1150. The last word
1151. The last word in many a book
1152. The last word often
1153. The last word?
1154. The very last word.
1155. Third player from the center
1156. This Across answer appropriately
1157. This answer appropriately
1158. This answer vis-a-vis the Across answers
1159. This clue e.g.
1160. This clue fittingly vis-a-vis this puzzle
1161. This clue for the list of Across clues
1162. This clue to this puzzle
1163. This clue vis-a-vis the others
1164. This clue vis-a-vis this puzzle
1165. This is it!
1166. This puzzle's last entry fittingly
1167. This will finish an exciting romance.
1168. This appropriately
1169. This for example with "the"
1170. This with "the"
1171. Throw in the towel
1172. Tiger in India
1173. Tight ___ (football position)
1174. Tight ___ in football
1175. Tight football player
1176. Tight or dead
1177. Tight or defensive e.g.
1178. Tight or split
1179. Time for the credits
1180. Tip or top
1181. Tip.
1182. Top off.
1183. Traveling Wilburys tune "___ of the Line"
1184. Traveling Wilburys' "___ of the Line"
1185. Traveling Wilburys: "___ of the Line"
1186. Tunnel terminus
1187. Type of result
1188. Type of stage
1189. Type of table
1190. Type of table or zone
1191. Type of zone
1192. Typical pass catcher
1193. Ultimate act
1194. Ultimate aim.
1195. Ultimate objective
1196. Ultimate point.
1197. Ultimate.
1198. Undesirable slice of bread perhaps though maybe you could turn it into croutons or make a panzanella or something
1199. Undoing
1200. Unpopular slice for some
1201. Upshot.
1202. Versace of fashion
1203. Wagging part
1204. West ___ Avenue
1205. What Mr. Bones' Wild Ride never does
1206. What a Mobius strip lacks
1207. What a buzzer may signify
1208. What a certain song never does
1209. What this is for the down clues
1210. What this is two from
1211. What this is fittingly
1212. What you don't want a good show to do
1213. What's last
1214. When Porky Pig says "That's all folks!"
1215. When the murderer is revealed in mysteries often
1216. When the murderer is revealed often
1217. Where many enter a line
1218. Where the suffix occurs on a word
1219. Where this answer is appropriately
1220. Where this appears appropriately
1221. Where this is
1222. Where to join the line and that means YOU mister
1223. Where to write "Q.E.D." on a mathematical proof
1224. Wide receiver
1225. Wideout in football
1226. Wind (up)
1227. Wind down
1228. Wind-up.
1229. Windup.
1230. Wipe out
1231. With "The " it's ironically not the last song on "Abbey Road"
1232. With dead or deep
1233. Without ___
1234. Word after "The World's" and "This Is the" in 2013 apocalypse comedies
1235. Word after "living" or "dead"
1236. Word after "living " "tight" or "dead"
1237. Word after dead or deep
1238. Word after deep or dead
1239. Word after living or receiving
1240. Word after tight or rear
1241. Word appropriate for its placement in this puzzle
1242. Word before "time" or "zone"
1243. Word before game or user
1244. Word before result
1245. Word before zone or table
1246. Word on a 1 key
1247. Word printed on a maze
1248. Word that can follow loose or tight
1249. Word that can follow tight or loose
1250. Word used with dead or the.
1251. Word with "business" or "bitter"
1252. Word with "living" or "dead"
1253. Word with "rear" or "year"
1254. Word with bitter or business
1255. Word with bitter or dead
1256. Word with bitter or tail
1257. Word with dead or deep
1258. Word with loose or tight
1259. Word with rear or split
1260. Word with rear or year
1261. Word with split or run
1262. Word with tail or back
1263. Word with tight or split
1264. Wrap
1265. Wrap (up)
1266. Wrap it up
1267. Wrap things up
1268. Wrap-up
1269. Write "finis"
1270. Write finis to
1271. You're nearing it (at least in terms of this puzzle)
1272. Z alphabet-wise
1273. Z for the alphabet
1274. Zone type
1275. ___ around
1276. ___ around (football play)
1277. ___ credits
1278. ___ game
1279. ___ man.
1280. ___ of an era
1281. ___ on a high note (like this theme?)
1282. ___ papers.
1283. ___ result
1284. ___ table.
1285. ___ times (the apocalypse)
1286. ___ Zone
1287. ___-around (football play)
1288. Journeys ___ in lovers meeting
1289. Purpose in view
1290. What 30 means, in printers' slang
1291. Last word in a movie
1292. Short piece of cloth
1293. Fade-out
1294. Thirty, in newspaper parlance
1295. Nothing comes after it
1296. Page Down neighbor
1297. itterpart
1298. Last word on the silver screen, sometimes
1299. Howards ___ (1992 Oscar winner)
1300. Zone or "table" lead-in
1301. The ___ is in sight
1302. 30 to an editor
1303. 30 to editors
1304. Bitter part
1305. Word after "living," "tight" or "dead"
1306. 30 in editing
1307. Book's last word, often
1308. See 36-Down
1309. Tight or "loose" follower
1310. **Last word in many books (... 1 to 2)
1311. December 31, for 2020
1312. Z, for the alphabet
1313. ``Never ___ sentence with ..."
1314. ____ of the line
1315. Never ____ sentence with . . .
1316. Author of The Never Ending Story
1317. Make beloved
1318. Willingham novel with 17 Across
1319. Become, with up
1320. Author of "The NeverEnding Story"
1321. Omega, in a way
1322. Made lovable
1323. Ran its course
1324. Stop with
1325. Conclude by
1326. Ultimate conclusion
1327. The Neverending Story author
1328. Never ___ sentence with a preposition
1329. The ___ of Innocence
1330. Conclusion for everything
1331. You'll reach it at 61-Down
1332. The ___ is near
1333. Dissolve, as a partnership
1334. Last word, in literature
1335. One's ultimate goal
1336. Tight or defensive, e.g.
1337. The ultimate
1338. Key below Home, on a PC
1339. London's East ___
1340. London's West ___
1341. Pass target, sometimes
1342. Quarterback sacker, perhaps
1343. Leave defenseless
1344. Last entry in this puzzle, fittingly
1345. Passer's target, maybe
1346. This clue, to this puzzle
1347. When Porky Pig says "That's all, folks!"
1348. Put at risk
1349. Puts on the line
1350. The Neverending Story author Michael
1351. Came to a close
1352. Done
1353. ___ a Man (Calder Willingham novel and play)
1354. Wrap up by
1355. Charm
1356. Tries
1357. Make lovable
1358. Over
1359. Bitter-___
1360. Ultimate goal
1361. Ingratiate
1362. Makes lovable
1363. Kaput
1364. Win over
1365. Charms
1366. #6
1367. Ultimate thing
1368. The NeverEnding Story writer
1369. Ultimate object
1370. Michael who wrote "The Neverending Story"
1371. Affection
1372. Finished
1373. Ultimate purpose
1374. Called off
1375. Ultimate goals
1376. Wound up
1377. Rear-___ (road mishap)
1378. Broke off
1379. Wrapped up
1380. Rear-___ (certain accident)
1381. Deadlock
1382. It may be spoiled
1383. Break off a romance
1384. Split
1385. See 25-Across
1386. - - -
1387. Stop by
1388. Over and done
1389. Made an attempt
1390. Bankrupted
1391. Make like
1392. Brian in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1393. Word with tail or bitter
1394. Means justifiers
1395. Madrid month
1396. Compass pt.
1397. Early computer
1398. Confer
1399. Extremities
1400. They may be split
1401. Land
1402. Bestow
1403. Chemical ending
1404. How sausage links are connected
1405. Provide, as with power
1406. Provide
1407. Stick it out
1408. Prefix with spore
1409. Within: Prefix
1410. Prefix with parasite
1411. =-- a positive note
1412. Charitable donations
1413. Pulls the plug on
1414. Approve
1415. Concludes
1416. Undergo
1417. Hydrocarbon ending
1418. Reverse of WSW
1419. Tolerate
1420. Biblical witch's home
1421. Provide funds for
1422. See 72-Down
1423. Finales
1424. Hang in there
1425. Finish with
1426. Miami nu metal band
1427. Songs for the Restless rockers
1428. What even the longest show does
1429. Sign a check
1430. Tips
1431. Stops
1432. Terminates
1433. Wraps up
1434. Sicilian province
1435. Ambient music pioneer
1436. This foolishness must _____ once!
1437. Won over
1438. Culminated
1439. Try
1440. Brought to a close
1441. Closed
1442. See 62 Across
1443. Ingratiate oneself
1444. Last straw
1445. See 23 Across
1446. Risk
1447. Momo author Michael
1448. Makes beloved
1449. See 57-Across
1450. Back __
1451. Loose __
1452. With 39 Down, Viking destination
1453. January: Sp.
1454. Sugar and sweets, e.g.
1455. See 15-Across
1456. See 51-Across
1457. Minus sign symbol
1458. See 13-Down
1459. With 1-Across, comic member of a minstrel troupe
1460. Quarterback target
1461. Hyphen's cousin
1462. Finality.
1463. Makes beloved.
1464. Lands ___ Cornwall.
1465. Make beloved.
1466. Land's ___ Cornwall.
1467. Done.
1468. Where Liebestod is sung in Tristan.
1469. Those ___ young charms.
1470. Here Faust triumphs.
1471. Land's ___, Cornwall.
1472. Share: Colloq.
1473. Ingratiates.
1474. Curtain.
1475. Hold in affection.
1476. Peroration.
1477. Position on a football team.
1478. Earn affection.
1479. Football linesman.
1480. Gridiron player.
1481. Last word.
1482. Outcome.
1483. Pass receiver in football.
1484. Pass receiver.
1485. Ultimate state.
1486. Finishing stroke.
1487. Football forward.
1488. Point of no return.
1489. Purpose in view.
1490. What 30 means, in printers' slang.
1491. Old English finale.
1492. Fade-out.
1493. Football lineman.
1494. Issue.
1495. Last word in a movie.
1496. Short piece of cloth.
1497. Thirty, in newspaper parlance.
1498. Book and play about military school.
1499. Position on an eleven.
1500. Put a stop to.
1501. Recipient of a forward pass.
1502. Terminal.
1503. Final point.
1504. Last piece.
1505. Stoppage.
1506. Imperil.
1507. When the coda comes.
1508. Full stop.
1509. No ___ (a great deal): Colloq.
1510. Tackle's neighbor.
1511. ___ a Man.
1512. Finishing strokes.
1513. Land's ___, cape of England.
1514. Tail.
1515. Held in affection.
1516. Ultimate goal.
1517. Jeopardize.
1518. Complete finality.
1519. Inspires affection.
1520. Never ___ sentence with a preposition.
1521. Risked.
1522. Well-done part of a roast
1523. See 18-Down
1524. See 46-Down
1525. See 38-Down
1526. Business __
1527. See 28-Down
1528. See 32 Down
1529. __ game
1530. Grand finale?
1531. Issue
1532. ___ As A Man
1533. Position on an eleven
1534. Recipient of a forward pass
1535. Last piece
1536. Footballer
1537. ___ papers
1538. When the coda comes
1539. Go
1540. No ___ (a great deal): Colloq
1541. Full stop
1542. ___ man
1543. Land's ___, cape of England
1544. Lands-___
1545. Most remote section
1546. The very last word
1547. Point
1548. Word used with dead or the
1549. Ultimate aim
1550. Lands ___
1551. Kind of most
1552. See
1553. Happy ___, musical
1554. “Happily ever after,” for many a fairy tale
1555. London setting of “Call the Midwife” (“East”)
1556. Douglas Adam's "The Restaurant at the ___ of the Universe"
1557. The beginning of the ___
1558. Redundant follower of “tail”
1559. Pierre’s “fin,” to Peter
1560. Inapt answer for 1-Across
1561. 'It's not the ___ of the world'
1562. All good things must come to an ___