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1. Men on the line
2. Two of eleven
3. Goals of means
4. Divinity shapings
5. Items sometimes loose
6. Winds up
7. Word with book and week
8. Odds' partner
9. Tackles' neighbors
10. Tag and loose
11. At loose ___
12. Dead and loose followers
13. Odds' companion
14. It's a feat to make these meet
15. Termini
16. It's hard to make them meet
17. Men to be headed off at the pass
18. Millay's candle had two
19. Wide receivers
20. Oct.Nov.etc.
21. They rarely meet
22. Football positions
23. Bow and stern, e.g.
24. These may be loose or tight
25. Word attached to book
26. Partner of odds
27. They might meet in a bowl
28. Means justifications
29. Some can't make them meet
30. They can be tight or loose
31. They may be split or tight
32. Odds' partners
33. Some linemen
34. Tight and split athletes
35. Pass receivers
36. Odds and ___
37. What skimpers hope to make meet
38. Companion of odds
39. Administers the coup de grâce
40. Haldeman's "The ___ of Power"
41. Termination points
42. Non-meeters, often
43. Football-pass catchers
44. Some pass receivers
45. They may justify means
46. Brings to a conclusion
47. Targets of some bombs
48. Some of Kosar's targets
49. What to make meet
50. Things to make meet
51. Partners of odds
52. Eleven positions
53. Means justifiers
54. Tight or loose followers
55. Means' justifiers?
56. Rope parts
57. Football linemen
58. They're loose or tight
59. Rice and Irvin
60. Means justifiers?
61. Tight positions?
62. Split_____
63. They're sometimes loose
64. What a ring lacks
65. Some eligible receivers
66. Loose items, sometimes
67. Some footballers
68. Loose parts
69. They may be loose or split
70. Volumes A and Z in an encyclopedia
71. Targets of men who make passes
72. They can be tight
73. They may come with odds
74. Some scrimmagers
75. Epilogs
76. Means' justifier
77. Goes no further
78. Loose ___
79. "Loose" things
80. Certain linemen
81. Final stages
82. Parts cut off
83. "Tight" ones
84. It's sometimes hard to make them meet
85. Front and back
86. Loaf parts
87. They may be tight or loose
88. Rings lack them
89. Means justifiers, some say
90. Two slices of a loaf
91. Some sausage slices
92. There are two in a loaf
93. Some try to make them meet
94. What a ring doesn't have
95. Reaches 0:00:on a countdown clock, say
96. Things rings lack
97. Two on a line
98. Starting off gives in to objectives
99. Concludes they're goals
100. Forbids any more of
101. Chewy bread parts
102. What the Earth doesn't really have
103. Winds up, or winds down
104. Word after loose or split
105. Burn the candle at both ___
106. Circle's lack
107. Comes to a close
108. Curling periods
109. Doesn't continue
110. Partner to odds
111. Terminal points
112. Winds down
113. Giant receivers
114. Line outsiders
115. Some are loose
116. Line members
117. Some are offensive
118. Some may split
119. Reaches the coda
120. They may meet
121. Wurst pair
122. Clippings
123. They may be loose or tight
124. Pair in a line
125. What a Mobius strip lacks
126. Furthest reaches
127. They have the odds with them
128. "To the ___ of the Earth"
129. ALL OF THEM ARE UP, COMPLETELY
130. A PLANK HAS A COUPLE
131. ... in the two ___ of the mercy seat (Ex. 25:18)
132. Brett Favre targets
133. Earth parts?
134. Means' justification
135. Odds partner
136. Pass masters?
137. They justify the means
138. They're far from the center
139. Word with split and rear
140. Poles of a magnet, e.g.
141. They can be made to meet
142. They catch bombs
143. Word with rear or book
144. Word with split or book
145. Some are offensive?
146. Some split
147. Comes to a conclusion
148. Loose ____
149. Means justification, to some
150. These may be tight or split
151. A canoe has two
152. Culminates
153. Pass catchers in the NFL
154. Breaks of
155. Farthest reaches
156. Loaf borders
157. They're final
158. Gridiron players
159. Giant receivers?
160. We all try to make ___ meet
161. Offensives on the field
162. Comes crashing down, perhaps
163. Reaches a conclusion
164. They may be untimely
165. Crustiest bread slices, generally
166. Manages, as a bar
167. They may be split on heads
168. It's good when they meet
169. It's better when they meet
170. Nothing follows them
171. They may be loose
172. Pavement ___ (street sign)
173. Finishes (appropriately)
174. Parts of bread often the last to be eaten
175. Some fantasy football trades
176. Abates in court
177. Confining features
178. Gets done with
179. Goes no longer
180. Loaf tidbits
181. They might be split
182. Line parts
183. They may go deep
184. Brings down the curtain
185. Make __ meet
186. Tackles' teammates
187. Patriots in a line
188. Doesn't last forever
189. Comes to a period
190. Mأ¶bius strip lack
191. What means may serve
192. Heels or butts
193. Reaches the finale
194. Loaf's pair
195. Kingdom of ___ (Kantian concept)
196. Trimmings
197. More are men's ___ marked than their lives before: Shakespeare
198. What the means justify, per Machiavelli
199. Means justifiers, for some
200. Quarterback's targets
201. At loose ___ (uncertain)
202. Breakups, e.g.
203. Do these justify the means?
204. Linemen furthest from the center
205. Means justification, some say
206. Means justifiers, at times
207. Means justifiers, to some
208. Relatives of odds
209. Some defensive linemen
210. They can be loose or tight
211. Vanishing points
212. Loose things to tie up
213. Make-meet link
214. Fades to black
215. Phases out
216. They may be tight or right
217. Grinds to a halt
218. Pair in a loaf
219. Pencil points and erasers
220. Extreme pair
221. Loose __
222. Winds up or winds down
223. Good things to make meet
224. Puts to bed
225. They might be loose or tight
226. What this puzzle does here
227. Ultimate purposes
228. Where hairs may split
229. Is discontinued
230. Making __ meet
231. Offensive-line extremities
232. Loose matters?
233. Pair on the front line
234. Tackle's teammates
235. Pass catchers
236. Stubs or heels
237. Odds companion
238. Quarterback targets
239. Gridiron figures
240. They're on the line
241. Loaf extremities
242. Odds' counterpart
243. Wraps things up
244. Furthest points
245. Is over
246. Sports receivers
247. Ultimate objectives
248. Loose things
249. Tight ones
250. Apocalyptic topic
251. Words after "put an" or "see no"
252. Where goal posts are
253. Is there no ___ this?
254. *Touchdown site
255. Touchdown destination
256. Chief goals?
257. Doesn't get wrapped up well?
258. Land, eventually
259. Software buyer, usually
260. Outfielder Chأ،vez
261. 16th letter of the Spanish alphabet
262. *Lamp holder
263. Extremely touching?
264. Transfuses
265. Austin-to-N.Y.C. path
266. Like adversity, one hopes
267. Provide with a quality
268. Provides with a quality
269. Reach, with "at"
270. Writes a Dear John letter, say
271. Reach, eventually
272. How sausage links are connected
273. Greenwich-to-New Haven dir.
274. Two slices of a loaf of bread
275. Finally reach
276. Ultimate application
277. Buffalo-to-Burlington dir.
278. Chicago-to-Toronto dir.
279. For whom products are designed
280. Use as a conclusion
281. Breaks things off
282. Says "You and I are done," e.g.
283. Continue through time
284. Cincinnati-to-Philadelphia dir.
285. Dallas-to-N.Y.C. direction
286. Des Moines-to-Dubuque dir.
287. Breaks off a relationship
288. Says goodbye to a lover
289. Sends a breakup text, say (tsk!)
290. Living room accent piece
291. They may sit next to sofas
292. They may be bitter or defensive
293. Concludes neatly
294. How train cars are linked
295. Site for some celebratory dances
296. Austin-to-Boston dir.
297. Harrisburg-to-Allentown dir.
298. Gets discontinued
299. Means justifiers, perhaps
300. Some rushers, in football
301. Things trimmed at a salon
302. Place to set a TV remote
303. Shout during a fencing match
304. A U.S. lang.
305. Maj. with a "Great Books" class, perhaps
306. Let's fence!
307. Denver-Chicago dir.
308. It's opposite WSW
309. Yonkers-to-Stamford dir.
310. Missouri-to-Maine dir.
311. 'Romanian Rhapsodies' composer
312. In the Region of the Summer Stars band
313. Touch Me band The ___
314. Robert John Godfrey band, with "The"
315. '99 Blink-182 album "___ of the State"
316. Blink-182 "___ of the State"
317. Lit "My Own Worst ___"
318. Liveliness of show
319. Neutral Milk Hotel car part song?
320. Snow Patrol song to rev you up?
321. Blink-182 "___ the State"
322. Pump-up drink
323. Aerie Faerie Nonsense band, with "The"
324. Robert John Godfrey band
325. Barenaked Ladies "___ we never really knew each other anyway"
326. Barenaked Ladies never really knew her anyway?
327. Barenaked Ladies song named after Oklahoma city?
328. Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks Brian
329. Congratulations song "Brian ___"
330. Colon cleaner
331. Endue with an aura
332. Shirley ___ Knight
333. Physicist Fermi, who will be commemorated on a U.S. stamp in 2001
334. ___ Broadband Services and Blockbuster have struck a deal to deliver movies on demand
335. This _____ (shipping label)
336. Come out in the long run
337. ATC's point
338. Charlottesville to Arlington dir.
339. Justifiers of means
340. Some might be loose, others tight
341. They may be split or loose
342. They may be split, tight or loose
343. They're offensive and looking to score
344. Tight and split
345. Unpopular slices
346. Chad-to-Egypt dir.
347. Melbourne-to-Snowy Mts. direction
348. San Antonio - Little Rock dir.
349. They justify the means?
350. You hope they meet
351. Target of a consumer-goods company
352. 112.5 degrees away from S
353. 180 from WSW
354. 67 1/2 degrees
355. Least popular slices
356. Pulls the plug
357. Some fast Giants
358. Words on a crate (with "This")
359. Picnic bench placement
360. Word with split or bitter
361. Calls off the romance
362. Put up with English class?
363. At the end of it, "my alien" would be a dangerous person
364. Final chapters
365. Some gridiron guys
366. Means' justifiers
367. Parts of a loaf
368. Positions that may be split
369. Make ___ meet
370. They split on the gridiron?
371. Linemen
372. Final parts
373. NFL targets
374. Pigskin receivers
375. Calls it quits
376. Draws the curtain on
377. Loose things not found in rings
378. They may be poles apart
379. Potential pass receivers
380. Some are loose, some are tight
381. Blows over
382. It's good to make them meet
383. They're well off-center
384. Airs the final episode of
385. They may be dead
386. Tim Tebow targets
387. Bread crusts' positions
388. Colin Kaepernick targets
389. Stamps out
390. Goals, objectives
391. Book holders
392. Terminuses
393. Is done
394. Upshots
395. . . . that ___ well
396. Grid men
397. Often-loose things
398. Tight and wide men
399. Companions of odds
400. Earth parts, figuratively
401. Pass-catchers
402. Don Hutson et al.
403. Right and left
404. Tight and wide players
405. Difficult things to make meet
406. Gertain Giants or Jets
407. Often-loose items
408. Word with loose or book
409. Football players
410. Wraps up
411. Oct. 31, Nov. 30, etc.
412. Denouements
413. Terminations
414. Administers the coup de grأ¢ce
415. Windups
416. QB targets
417. Machiavellian concerns
418. Provide, as with some quality
419. This ___ (shipping label)
420. Become, at last
421. Pulls the plug on
422. Remnants
423. Results
424. Shakespeare title word
425. Some are split
426. Tips
427. Puts a stop to
428. Finishes off
429. They may be split
430. Ultimate goals
431. Stops working
432. They're on lines
433. Puts to rest
434. See 18-Down
435. QB's targets
436. Split ___
437. Word with tight or split
438. Drops the curtain on
439. Some gridiron players
440. A string has two
441. Catchers of the 44-Down
442. Finales
443. Conclusions
444. They're sometimes made to meet
445. Targets for Brett Favre
446. Peyton Manning targets
447. Budgets make them meet
448. Extremes
449. Gets finished
450. Gridiron receivers
451. Pair on the line
452. Scrimmage linemen
453. Scrimmage participants
454. Calls off
455. Means justification, for some
456. Snaps, as a winning streak
457. They're third from the center
458. Tom Brady targets
459. Brings to a close
460. Cuts off
461. Finishes
462. Runs out
463. Some receivers
464. Intentions
465. Extremities
466. Breaks off
467. Purposes
468. Completes
469. Gridiron group
470. See 64-Across
471. Comes to a halt
472. Aims
473. Periods
474. Stopping points
475. Concludes
476. Goals
477. Peters out
478. ___ of the earth
479. Far left and far right
480. Most-cooked parts of roasts
481. Outer limits
482. What circles lack
483. To the ___ of the Earth
484. Line pair
485. Reaches 0:00:00 on a countdown clock, say
486. Expires
487. Leaves off
488. Terminals
489. Partner of 56-Down
490. Discontinues
491. Some blockers
492. Closes out
493. Cricket wickets
494. Loaf pair
495. Quashes
496. Bounds
497. Parts to tie
498. Outcomes
499. Doesn't go on
500. Names (5)
501. Mineral springs (4)
502. Reaches 0:: on a countdown clock, say
503. They flank a football line
504. Book ___
505. Fragments
506. Writes finis to
507. Limits
508. Objectives
509. Scraps
510. Make ___ meet (barely survive)
511. Burnt barbecue pieces
512. Draws to a close
513. Uneaten parts of loaves, sometimes
514. "... in the two ___ of the mercy seat" (Ex. 25:18)
515. "... that ___ well"
516. "...upon whom the ___ of the world are come" (1Co 10:11)
517. "Ain't That the Way It Always ___" (Tim McGraw)
518. "All's Well That --- Well"
519. "All's Well That ___ Well"
520. "Before we go any further I want my ___" (Everlast)
521. "Here's Where the Story ___"
522. "Here's Where the Story ___" Sundays
523. "I want my ___" Everlast
524. "Pavement ___" (street sign)
525. "Some people will rob their mother for the ___" Everlast
526. "Sometimes kids get murdered for the ___" Everlast
527. "Sometimes kids get murdered for the ___..." (Everlast)
528. "Split" hair parts
529. "Split" spots
530. "Tight" or "loose" follower
531. "To the ___ of the earth."
532. "Wake Me Up When September ___"
533. "Watching You" band Loose ___
534. "Where the Sidewalk ___" (Shel Silverstein book)
535. 'More are men's ___ marked than their lives before': Shakespeare
536. ... candle at both ___
537. 1980s British dance trio Loose ___
538. A and Z for the alphabet
539. A and Z in the alphabet
540. A loop doesn't have any
541. A ring doesn't have them
542. A shoelace has two
543. Abolishes
544. Adam's grandson
545. Aglets for shoelaces
546. Airs the final episode
547. All-American Rejects "It ___ Tonight"
548. Areas of the earth
549. Areas the goal nets are in
550. At loose ___ (unsettled)
551. At loose ___.
552. Baseball : innings :: curling : ___
553. Bomb catchers
554. Bombs are thrown to them
555. Book ___.
556. Book items.
557. Border lines
558. Borderlines
559. Borders
560. Boundaries
561. Boundary lines
562. Bow and stern e.g.
563. Bread heels
564. Bread heels really
565. Bread pieces that aren't great for sandwiches
566. Bread slices
567. Breaks (it) off
568. Breaks up
569. Breakups e.g.
570. Brings a halt to
571. Brings the curtain down on
572. Brings to a close (4)
573. Brings to a halt
574. Brings to a screeching halt
575. Budget meeting?
576. Budgeters make them meet
577. Budgets make these meet
578. Burnt ___ (barbecue order)
579. Burnt ___ (barbecue selection)
580. Burnt ___ (specialty barbecue cuts)
581. Burnt barbecue bits
582. Butts
583. Calls a halt
584. Calls a halt to
585. Calls it a day
586. Calls to a halt
587. Cancels
588. Candle burning sites
589. Ceases
590. Center surrounders
591. Certain ball players.
592. Certain blockers
593. Certain gridiron positions
594. Cheese parings.
595. Climaxes
596. Closers
597. Closes
598. Closes down
599. Closes the book on
600. Closes up shop
601. Closes.
602. Closing parts
603. Closings
604. Comes crashing down
605. Comes crashing down perhaps
606. Comes to a finish
607. Comes to a grinding halt
608. Comes to a stop
609. Companion of means.
610. Companion of odds.
611. Completes the coda
612. Completes the coda e.g.
613. Completes.
614. Concludes.
615. Consequences.
616. Counterpart of odds
617. Crappiest slices of a loaf
618. Crispy brisket bits
619. Crustiest bread slices generally
620. Crustiest parts of a loaf
621. Crustiest parts of loaves
622. Crusts for example.
623. Crusty bits of a loaf
624. Crusty parts?
625. Cuts it out
626. Cuts out
627. Cuts short
628. DeVotchKa "How It ___"
629. Dead ones are nice to live on
630. December 31 the letter Z etc.
631. Defensive ones often oppose tight ones
632. Denouements.
633. Desired outcomes
634. Destinations
635. Destinations.
636. Destinies
637. Doesn't carry on
638. Doesn't go on forever
639. Drops
640. Earth extremes
641. Earth extremities
642. Earth parts figuratively
643. Edges
644. Elusive parts of rainbows
645. Elway targets
646. Email command
647. Everlast's '99 hit
648. Extrema e.g.
649. Extreme points
650. Extremities.
651. Fades out.
652. Fannies
653. Final boundaries
654. Final word in today's quip
655. Final word of a budgeting quip
656. Finales.
657. Finalities.
658. Finalizes
659. Finally stops
660. Finish lines
661. Finish lines e.g.
662. Finishes the 18th hole
663. Finishes the finale
664. Finishes the set
665. Finishes up
666. Finishes with
667. Finishes as a film
668. Finishes.
669. Fizzles out
670. Flutie targets
671. Football players.
672. Footballers.
673. Fragments.
674. Gets cut off
675. Goal locales
676. Goals.
677. Goes away in a way
678. Goes last
679. Good hands people?
680. Good things to have meet
681. Grand finales for fireworks shows
682. Green Day "Wake Me Up When September ___"
683. Green Day's "Wake Me Up When September ___"
684. Gridiron men.
685. Gridiron positions
686. Gridiron targets
687. Half a potpourri pair
688. Halts
689. Heads or tails [Amy Reynaldo]
690. Heels
691. Heels of a loaf
692. Heels of loaves
693. Heels on a pumpernickel
694. Heels really
695. Hits 0:00
696. Hodgepodge half
697. Hoop's lack
698. Infinite loops don't have them
699. Inkling
700. Is done.
701. Is no more
702. Is over.
703. Is up.
704. Isn't any longer
705. Issues.
706. It's nice when they meet
707. It's time for a cut when they're split
708. Justifications of means
709. Justifications. sometimes
710. Justifiers of means to Machiavelli
711. Kills
712. Kisses off
713. Knocks off
714. Kurt Warner targets
715. Last parts
716. Leftover loaf parts
717. Leftovers
718. Leftovers.
719. Limits.
720. Lineman.
721. Linemen.
722. Loaf heels essentially
723. Loaf heels really
724. Loaf parts that you may eat last
725. Loaf remnants often
726. Loafers' heels?
727. Loaves have two
728. Loose ___.
729. Loose items sometimes
730. Loose things to tie up?
731. Lowers the curtain on
732. Machiavellian justification
733. Magnet parts
734. Make ---- meet
735. Make ___ meet (get by)
736. Make-meet connector
737. Make-meet middle
738. Make/meet connector
739. Making ___ meet
740. Manages as a bar
741. Many rushers
742. Means justification for some
743. Means justification some say
744. Means justification to some
745. Means justification?
746. Means justifier
747. Means justifier for some
748. Means justifiers at times
749. Means justifiers for some
750. Means justifiers perhaps
751. Means justifiers some say
752. Means justifiers to some
753. Means justifiers.
754. Means may justify them
755. Means partner
756. Means' partner
757. Mobius strip lack
758. Mobius strip's lack
759. Montana targets
760. NFL positions
761. Nips in the bud
762. Non-meeters often
763. Obama nominated Brennan to direct it: Abbr.
764. Objectives.
765. Objects
766. Objects.
767. Oct. 31 Nov. 30 etc.
768. Odds and ___ (miscellany)
769. Odds' companion.
770. Odds' companions.
771. Odds' counterparts
772. Odds' partner.
773. Omegas
774. Omegas.
775. Outcomes.
776. Outermost parts
777. Partner of "odds"
778. Partner of odds.
779. Parts of a miscellany?
780. Parts of loaves
781. Parts of the earth.
782. Pass targets often
783. Periods in curling
784. Periods for many sentences
785. Players in a game.
786. Players next to tackles
787. Plays the 18th
788. Plays the coda
789. Plays the eighteenth
790. Plays the last note
791. Plays the last number
792. Poles of a magnet e.g.
793. Prorogues.
794. Prow and stern
795. Purposes.
796. Puts a halt to
797. Puts a lid on
798. Puts the kibosh on
799. Quarterbacks' targets
800. Quits
801. R and R in Rochester e.g.
802. Reaches 0:00:00 on a countdown clock say
803. Reaches a coda say
804. Receivers
805. Regions of the earth.
806. Remnants.
807. Resolutions
808. Results.
809. Runs no more
810. Runs out.
811. Santa Monica and Chicago for Route 66
812. Sausage's two
813. See 42A
814. Separated by five
815. Settles
816. Shockey and Gonzalez are tight
817. Short pieces of cloth.
818. Shuts down
819. Shuts down as a relationship
820. Signs off
821. Slices often eaten last
822. Snaps as a winning streak
823. Some Giants
824. Some Montana targets
825. Some NFL players
826. Some NFLers
827. Some are loose some are tight
828. Some are tight
829. Some are tight and others are loose
830. Some bologna slices
831. Some bread slices
832. Some football linemen
833. Some football players
834. Some football positions
835. Some gridders
836. Some heels in the kitchen
837. Some might be loose others tight
838. Some of the fastest football players
839. Some pass catchers
840. Some pigskin catchers
841. Some rushers in football
842. Some touchdown scorers
843. Sometimes hard to make them meet
844. Son of Seth
845. Speedy linemen
846. Split ___ (possible motivator for a haircut)
847. Split ___ (tonsorial woe and a hint to this puzzle's theme)
848. Split and tight
849. Split hairs perhaps
850. Split hairs?
851. Split or loose items?
852. Split___
853. Stops
854. Stops a bout
855. Stops existing
856. Stops it
857. Sundays "Here's Where the Story ___"
858. Sundays: "Here's Where the Story ___"
859. Swan songs
860. Swift pass receivers
861. Tackle flanks
862. Tailpieces
863. Takes an i.o.u.
864. Targets for McNair
865. Targets of men who make passes?
866. Teammates of tackles
867. Terminal parts
868. Terminals or terminates
869. Terminals for bus routes
870. Terminates
871. Terminates.
872. Termini.
873. The financially savvy make them meet
874. The two to a loaf
875. Theme of the puzzle
876. These may be split
877. These may be tight or split in football
878. These might be split
879. They are often tight?
880. They can justify the means
881. They justify the means in a saying
882. They justify the means some say
883. They line up next to tackles
884. They may be bitter
885. They may be good bad or split
886. They may be living or dead
887. They may be offensive
888. They may be split tight or loose
889. They may be tight or bitter
890. They may justify the means
891. They might be split or loose
892. They might be tight or loose
893. They sometimes justify the means
894. They're not defensive when they're tight
895. They're offensive and chase bombs
896. They're often split
897. They're sometimes split
898. Things that are farthest from the center
899. Things to sit on
900. Throws in the towel
901. Tight ___
902. Tight ___ (football positions)
903. Tight athletes
904. Tips for send-off (4)
905. Tips.
906. Top and bottom e.g.
907. Trimmer's targets
908. Tushes
909. Ultimate intentions
910. Upshots.
911. Utmost boundaries
912. Volumes A and Z e.g.
913. We all try to make ___ meet
914. We hope they meet
915. What a circle lacks
916. What an infinite loop lacks
917. What bagels are made without
918. What even a Springsteen show does
919. What even the longest show does
920. What hoops and rings lack
921. What may be split
922. What means may justify
923. What most donuts don't have
924. What rings lack
925. What six M's in this puzzle grid are in a way
926. What the means justify per Machiavelli
927. Where hairs may be split
928. Winds up or winds down
929. Winds up.
930. Word with "rear" or "tight"
931. Word with front or rear
932. Word with loose or split
933. Word with rear and book
934. Worst two pieces of bread
935. Wraps
936. Wraps up.
937. Yardage bits
938. You might make them meet
939. You'd like to make them meet
940. Furthermost parts
941. Short pieces of cloth
942. Rings the curtain
943. Last scenes
944. Do they justify means?
945. Ultimate desires
946. All's Well That ___ Well
947. Loaf heels, essentially
948. Loaf heels, really
949. Tight or "loose" follower
950. A and Z, for the alphabet
951. Santa Monica and Chicago, for Route 66
952. Split hair parts
953. Aglets, for shoelaces
954. Finish lines, e.g.
955. Grand finales, for fireworks shows
956. Periods, for many sentences
957. Terminals, for bus routes
958. ___ in smoke: fizzle
959. ____ end: arow
960. Provide with a trait
961. Provide with
962. Means partner
963. A cygnet ___ as a swan
964. Teammates of 43 Across
965. Withstand
966. Assume
967. Turns out
968. Volumes A and Z, e.g.
969. Blessed with a quality
970. Completes the coda, e.g.
971. Ultimately becomes
972. Top and bottom, e.g.
973. Gives back the engagement ring, e.g.
974. THIS ___ (package instructions)
975. Provide with a characteristic
976. Invest with a quality
977. Some big Giants
978. Endow with a gift
979. Way to line things up
980. Loaf heels
981. Provide, as with a quality
982. Split ___ (tonsorial woe, and a hint to this puzzle's theme)
983. Lengthwise
984. Reaches a coda, say
985. Some offensive or defensive gridders
986. Turns out to be
987. Goes away, in a way
988. Breaks up a relationship
989. Put an ___ (halt)
990. Clothed
991. 180آ° from WSW
992. Transfuse
993. Conclude
994. Turn out
995. Mountain climber's need
996. Last
997. Holds out
998. Anchorage-to-Fairbanks dir.
999. Result
1000. Reach
1001. Abide
1002. Chemical suffix
1003. Detroit-to-Toronto dir.
1004. Runs over
1005. Put an ___
1006. Provide
1007. Become, eventually
1008. Turn out to be
1009. Provide (with)
1010. Lives on
1011. Hang in there
1012. Survive
1013. Lasts
1014. Revelation subject
1015. Eventually become
1016. Become, finally
1017. Puts up with
1018. R.P.I. grad, perhaps
1019. City in Oklahoma
1020. Oklahoma city
1021. Vane letters
1022. Ending for ethyl
1023. Hydrocarbon suffix
1024. U-turn from WSW
1025. Wind dir.
1026. Ethyl ending
1027. Suffix with propyl
1028. Pep up
1029. Charlotte-to-Raleigh dir.
1030. Suffix with ethyl
1031. Propyl ending
1032. Suffix with acetyl
1033. Another Green World composer
1034. Complements
1035. Wreathe
1036. Maroon
1037. Slaughter in baseball
1038. Tough it out
1039. Ultimate purpose
1040. Compass point
1041. Concludes by
1042. Empowers
1043. Map dir.
1044. Put up with
1045. Stand
1046. Eventually becomes
1047. Furniture piece by the sofa
1048. Sticks it out
1049. Partner of means
1050. Lined up
1051. Lived through
1052. Land
1053. Invest
1054. Put an ___ (stop)
1055. In a tight row
1056. Continue to exist
1057. Invested
1058. Culminate
1059. Finishes the bacon and eggs finally (4)
1060. Make ___ meet (live within one's means)
1061. Safety spot
1062. Remaining firm.
1063. Wind-ups.
1064. Lengthwise.
1065. Lasted.
1066. Withstand.
1067. Finish.
1068. Pass receivers.
1069. Scraps.
1070. Terminals.
1071. They flank a football line.
1072. To put on; clothe.
1073. Conclusions.
1074. Perorates.
1075. Writes finis to.
1076. Provide with power.
1077. Furthermost parts.
1078. Certain of Terry Brennan's boys.
1079. Last scenes.
1080. Rings down the curtain.
1081. Ultimate desires.
1082. Useful piece of furniture.
1083. Football linemen.
1084. Intentions.
1085. Is final.
1086. What winter does March 21.
1087. Describing a method of placing things.
1088. Boundaries.
1089. Linemen on the gridiron.
1090. Invests.
1091. Positions on the scrimmage line.
1092. Living room piece.
1093. Far limits.
1094. Invest.
1095. See 25 Across.
1096. Has as its concluding part.
1097. Crusts, for example.
1098. Give certain attributes.
1099. Describing blank verse.
1100. Clothe.
1101. Living room item.
1102. All's Well That ___
1103. Provide (with).
1104. Living-room features.
1105. See 37-Across
1106. See 71-Across
1107. See 44-Across
1108. See 40 Across
1109. The odds are with them
1110. Certain of Terry Brennan's boys
1111. What winter does March 21
1112. Is final
1113. Linemen on the gridiron
1114. Consequences
1115. Positions on the scrimmage line
1116. Ceases halts
1117. Far limits
1118. Odds' companions
1119. See
1120. Crusts, for example
1121. Parts of the earth
1122. Certain ball players
1123. Footballers
1124. Issues
1125. Finalities
1126. Is up
1127. Players in a game
1128. Cheese parings
1129. Regions of the earth
1130. Gridiron men
1131. Book items
1132. that ___ well
1133. Don Hutson et al
1134. Oct. , Nov. , etc.
1135. Split ___ (hair problems)
1136. Odds and ____
1137. Send off results
1138. Tying up loose ___
1139. Make ____ meet Ends Daily Themed