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Clue 
1. 
"Tantum ___," Eucharist stanzas

2. 
Sic

3. 
"Cogito, ___ sum": Descartes

4. 
"Tantum ___"

5. 
Hence, to Hadrian

6. 
"Cogito, ___ sum"

7. 
Cogito follower

8. 
Word after a minor premise

9. 
Syllogistic word

10. 
"Tantum ___," hymn section

11. 
Word in a syllogism

12. 
Descartes word

13. 
Therefore, to Tiberius

14. 
Syllogist's word

15. 
"Cogito ___ sum"

16. 
Therefore, to Tacitus

17. 
"Cogito ___ sum": Descartes

18. 
An inferred conclusion

19. 
"Tantum___" (hymn part)

20. 
"Cogito___sum"

21. 
Inferential word

22. 
"Tantum ___" (part of a Eucharist hymn)

23. 
Part of a Cartesian declaration

24. 
By that reasoning

25. 
Sum preceder?

26. 
It follows a premise

27. 
Descartes's "therefore"

28. 
"Sum" preceder

29. 
Transition in logic

30. 
By logic, then ...

31. 
"? ___ sum"

32. 
"It follows that ?"

33. 
"And so ..."

34. 
"In which case ..."

35. 
Word before "sum"

36. 
"By that logic ..."

37. 
"It follows that ..."

38. 
[Another arrangement of the letters in the grid]

39. 
Therefore the giant returns

40. 
So it's a measure of work and nothing more

41. 
Word before a conclusion

42. 
As a result . . .

43. 
Cogito, ___ sum

44. 
It follows . . .

45. 
Therefore, to a logician

46. 
Cartesian "therefore"

47. 
Descartes' "therefore"

48. 
As a consequence . . .

49. 
Consequently . . .

50. 
Thus . . .

51. 
Latin "therefore"

52. 
Therefore, to Descartes

53. 
Conclusion word

54. 
Logician's conjunction

55. 
Logician's transition

56. 
BADTEMPERED PERSON REFLECTED THUS

57. 
Cogito ___ sum

58. 
Descartes quote word

59. 
Second word from Descartes?

60. 
Cogito __ sum

61. 
Cogito ___ sum (Descartes' conclusion)

62. 
Logical term

63. 
Hence, in logic

64. 
Cogitosum link

65. 
Conjunction for Descartes

66. 
It may come before a sum

67. 
Work: Prefix

68. 
Conclusion start

69. 
It may lead to a conclusion

70. 
Concluding word

71. 
Logical word

72. 
Therefore, in a proof

73. 
Word in a proof

74. 
Word in many a proof

75. 
Word used in logic

76. 
As a result, in logic

77. 
It may precede a sum

78. 
Cartesian adverb

79. 
Deducing word

80. 
Word in logic

81. 
It follows logically...

82. 
Cogito, __ sum

83. 
Word of proof

84. 
Word in a Descartes quote

85. 
Philosopher's "so"

86. 
Logically, then ...

87. 
This being the case ...

88. 
Cartesian connection

89. 
Logical connection hidden in eight puzzle answers

90. 
For that reason ...

91. 
And thus ...

92. 
By that reasoning ...

93. 
Logically, ...

94. 
Logical word from Descartes

95. 
Logician's adverb

96. 
Logician's link

97. 
Start of a conclusion

98. 
Therefore: Latin

99. 
Tantum __ (Eucharist hymn)

100. 
Conclusion preceder

101. 
Sum preceder

102. 
Syllogism's conclusion

103. 
Consequently

104. 
And so . . .

105. 
Hence

106. 
It follows that

107. 
It follows that â€¦

108. 
â€¦ ___ sum

109. 
Built for comfort

110. 
Fractions of wattseconds

111. 
Newtonmeter divisions

112. 
Wellsuited for an office

113. 
Grain bane

114. 
Rye malady

115. 
Actor Bana of "Munich"

116. 
Parts of a joule

117. 
Physics 101 units

118. 
Newtonmeter fractions

119. 
Means of reducing worker fatigue

120. 
Small fractions of joules

121. 
Spamalot writer Idle

122. 
Field fungus

123. 
Measures of work, in physics

124. 
Physicists' work units

125. 
Crop hazard

126. 
Bana of "Troy"

127. 
Brother of Donald Trump Jr.

128. 
Decker or Dickerson of the N.F.L.

129. 
Former attorney general Holder

130. 
Work units, in physics

131. 
Form of the Italian verb "to be"

132. 
Author Michael ___ Dyson

133. 
Country star Church

134. 
Tiny bits of work

135. 
Units of work in physics

136. 
Spamalot creator Idle

137. 
Rowers' workout machines, informally

138. 
Form of the Italian "to be"

139. 
Comedic actor Wareheim

140. 
Little bits of energy

141. 
There are 10 million in a joule

142. 
Tiny fractions of joules

143. 
German leader after Adenauer

144. 
Soil spoiler

145. 
Rohmer or Roberts

146. 
' go bragh!'

147. 
Clapton and Carmen

148. 
County south of Niagara

149. 
Mayor Joyce Savocchio's city

150. 
Loki's troublemaker

151. 
It eats cereal

152. 
_____ tu (Verdi)

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Baseball hero Davis

154. 
Davis or Dickerson

155. 
Small energy units

156. 
Layla singer's first name

157. 
Ambler or Idle

158. 
Idle comic

159. 
Source of lysergic acid

160. 
Many make a joule

161. 
Bogosian in "Talk Radio"

162. 
Carmen or Ambler

163. 
Adverb in a Descartes quote

164. 
Consequently, to Descartes

165. 
Part of Descartes's declaration

166. 
Because of that ...

167. 
Logical connector

168. 
Conclusion leadin

169. 
By reason of

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Term in logic

171. 
Tantum ___, Eucharist stanzas

172. 
Cogito, ___ sum: Descartes

173. 
Tantum ___

174. 
Logician's word

175. 
Tantum ___, hymn section

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Syllogism word

177. 
Cogito ___ sum: Descartes

178. 
Crop fungus

179. 
Crop problem

180. 
Like some alkaloids

181. 
Joule fragments

182. 
What solar flares are measured in

183. 
___ per second (luminosity unit)

184. 
By logic, then . . .

185. 
Thus

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Start of a logician’s conclusion

187. 
As a result

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It follows that ...

189. 
And so

190. 
It follows that, to Descartes

191. 
Cartesian conjunction

192. 
Apt rhyme for "so"

193. 
Cogitosum connector

194. 
Proof part

195. 
Part of Descartes' declaration

196. 
Thus, to a logician

197. 
Word before sum, sometimes

198. 
So

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Therefore

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Proof word

201. 
"

202. 
"It follows that

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So it follows that

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Because of this

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For this reason

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Sum leadin

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Beginning of a conclusion

208. 
Conclusion starter

209. 
Accordingly

210. 
Indigo (4)

211. 
Consequently in Latin

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Queen to withdraw for this reason?

213. 
Logician’s transition

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Hence: Lat

215. 
Accordingly: Latin

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Consequently: Latin

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"... ___ sum"

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"And if I'm not mistaken which of course I'm not..."

219. 
"And so"

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"And so..."

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"And therefore..."

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"And thus... "

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"And thus..."

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"And thusly..."

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"And so.."

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"As a consequence..."

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"As a result..."

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"Because of that..."

229. 
"By logic then..."

230. 
"By that logic..."

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"By that reasoning... "

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"By that reasoning..."

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"Cogito ___ sum."

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"Cogito" follower

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"Cogito ___ sum"

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"Cogito ___ sum" (Descartes)

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"Cogito ___ sum": Descartes

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"Cogito ___ sum."

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"Cognito ___ sum"

240. 
"Consequently..."

241. 
"Drawing from this"

242. 
"For that reason... "

243. 
"For that reason..."

244. 
"From all that..."

245. 
"Hence..."

246. 
"I conclude that..."

247. 
"In conclusion"

248. 
"In conclusion..."

249. 
"In which case..."

250. 
"It follows logically..."

251. 
"It follows that"

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"It follows that..."

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"It follows..."

254. 
"Logically then... "

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"Logically then..."

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"Logically ... "

257. 
"Tantum ___" (Eucharist hymn)

258. 
"Tantum ___ " Eucharist stanzas

259. 
"Tantum ___ " hymn section

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"That being the case..."

261. 
"The preceding has all been put forth in order to prove the thing I am about to say"

262. 
"Therefore " to a logician

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"Therefore..."

264. 
"This being the case..."

265. 
"Thus we conclude that..."

266. 
"Thus" in theorems

267. 
"Thus " pretentiously

268. 
"Thus..."

269. 
"To conclude..."

270. 
"We may therefore conclude..."

271. 
"Which means..."

272. 
'And so...'

273. 
'Cogito  sum'

274. 
'Cogito  sum': Descartes

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'Cogito ___ sum'

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Adverb in a conclusion

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And so...

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And that means that...

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And thus

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As a consequence

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As a result of Gore

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As a result in logic

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As a result...

284. 
As an end result

285. 
Beginning of a famous conclusion

286. 
Big ugly meanie

287. 
By logic then...

288. 
By that logic

289. 
Cartesian "so"

290. 
Cartesian connector word

291. 
Center of a Descartes thought

292. 
Cogito ___ sum (Descartes' conclusion)

293. 
Cogito ___ sum.

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Cogito ___ sum

295. 
Cogitosum divider

296. 
Conclusion intro

297. 
Conclusion introducer

298. 
Conclusion preceder perhaps

299. 
Conclusion starter?

300. 
Consequently to Descartes

301. 
Consequently.

302. 
Consequently; therefore

303. 
Deducer's word

304. 
Descartes conclusion word

305. 
Fancysounding "therefore"

306. 
For that reason

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Hence in logic

308. 
Hence to Hadrian

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Hence.

310. 
Hence: Lat.

311. 
Henceforth

312. 
In conclusion

313. 
In myth her tears created the morning dew

314. 
In that case

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Intro to Decarte's sum

316. 
It follows that to Descartes

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It leads to a logical conclusion

318. 
It logically follows that

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It may precede a sum?

320. 
It precedes Descarte's sum

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It then follows that...

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Latin conjunction

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Leadin to nomic

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Leadin to a conclusion

325. 
Logical Latin word

326. 
Logical connection

327. 
Logical connection?

328. 
Logical leadin

329. 
Logical phrase word

330. 
Logician's "therefore"

331. 
Logician's Latin conjunctive adverb

332. 
Logician's connector

333. 
Make a booboo

334. 
Middle of Descartes' conclusion

335. 
Middle word of Descartes' conclusion

336. 
On that account

337. 
Part of a Cartesian conclusion

338. 
Part of a Descartes maxim

339. 
Part of a math proof's ending

340. 
Philosophy professor's adverb

341. 
Post hoc ___ propter hoc

342. 
Post hoc ___ propter hoc (certain logical fallacy)

343. 
Post hoc ___ propter hoc

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Post hoc ___ propter hoc (common fallacy)

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Postulation word

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Prefix meaninga "work"

347. 
Pretentioussounding "hence"

348. 
Proofconclusion word

349. 
Riyadh resident

350. 
Rowing machine in slang

351. 
Segue to a conclusion

352. 
So logically?

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So.

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Syllogistic segue

355. 
That being the case

356. 
Then

357. 
Therefore (4)

358. 
Therefore or consequently

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Therefore in a proof

360. 
Therefore in logic

361. 
Therefore poshly

362. 
Therefore to Descartes

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Therefore.

364. 
Therefore: L.

365. 
Therefore: Lat.

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This being the case

367. 
Thus in Latin I

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Thus in mathematical proofs

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Thus to Gaius

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Thus to a logician

371. 
What > may mean

372. 
What a rightpointing arrow may logically mean

373. 
What an arrow may mean in a syllogism

374. 
What three dots mean in a mathematical proof

375. 
Word before sum sometimes

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Word for a logician

377. 
Word in a Descartes conclusion

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Word in a logical phrase

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Word of conclusion

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Word of logic

381. 
Word of proof?

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Word on a proof

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Word preceding a conclusion

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Word seen by a proofreader?

385. 
Word used in proofs

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Word used logically

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Work prefix

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Therefore . . .

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Cogito, _____ sum

390. 
Thus, in mathematical proofs

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Cogito, ___ sum (Descartes)

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I conclude that ...

393. 
Cognito ___ sum

394. 
To conclude ...

395. 
Therefore, in logic

396. 
Word with "cogito" and 56Across

397. 
And thusly ...

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As a result ...

399. 
Hence ...

400. 
And so ...

401. 
And therefore ...

402. 
Start of a logician's conclusion

403. 
Grain disease

404. 
Descartes wrapup

405. 
Work units

406. 
Cereal disease

407. 
Dangerous rye fungus

408. 
Cereal fungus

409. 
Plant fungus

410. 
Colonizer of Greenland

411. 
Thus, in Latin I

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Bana of "Munich"

413. 
Verdi's "___ tu che macchiavi"

414. 
Fungal grain disease

415. 
Prefix meaning "work"

416. 
Bane of grain

417. 
Fractions of a joule

418. 
It comes before the conclusion, perhaps

419. 
Grain fungus

420. 
Fungus that can affect wheat crops

421. 
I conclude that . . .

422. 
How some chairs are designed

423. 
Cereal killer

424. 
Joule fractions

425. 
For that reason . . .

426. 
Cereal grass parasite

427. 
It follows that . . .

428. 
Bane of rye crops

429. 
Rye fungus

430. 
Units in Physics 101

431. 
Grain fungi

432. 
Energy units

433. 
Pieces of work?

434. 
Verdi's "___ tu"

435. 
Cartman's first name on "South Park"

436. 
Units in physics

437. 
___ tu (Verdi aria)

438. 
Physics units

439. 
Verdi aria "___ tu"

440. 
___ tu

441. 
South Park boy

442. 
The Little Mermaid prince

443. 
Rowing machine, for one

444. 
Country singer Church

445. 
Clapton who sang "Layla"

446. 
Dynecentimeters

447. 
Eat away

448. 
West end?

449. 
Hockey's Lindros

450. 
Susan Lucci role

451. 
A Great Lake

452. 
Buffalo waterfront

453. 
Huron's neighbor

454. 
Actor Estrada

455. 
' go bragh!'

456. 
Land of the shamrock

457. 
Ashtabula's lake

458. 
Sandusky's lake

459. 
Buffalo's county

460. 
Cleveland's lake

461. 
Actress Slezak

462. 
Ireland, in poetry

463. 
Comic Idle

464. 
Explorer Leif

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Joule divisions

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Joule parts

467. 
Units of energy

468. 
Units of work

469. 
Explorer called "the Red"

470. 
Idle comedian?

471. 
Cereal grass fungus

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Founder of est

473. 
Conclusion preceder, perhaps

474. 
__ per second (power measure)

475. 
There are 10,000,000 in a joule

476. 
Centimetergramsecond units

477. 
Post hoc, ___ propter hoc

478. 
With 60Down, words after "cogito"

479. 
Minuscule units of work

480. 
Device that measures work performed

481. 
Browns head coach Mangini

482. 
Fungus used in medicine.

483. 
Assam silkworm.

484. 
Energy units.

485. 
Work units.

486. 
Work, in terms of heat.

487. 
Consequently: Latin.

488. 
Measure of work.

489. 
Drug from a fungus.

490. 
Someone who is crazy about work.

491. 
Rye fungus.

492. 
Orator's "therefore."

493. 
Work measured in terms of heat.

494. 
Hence: Latin.

495. 
Therefore: Archaic.

496. 
Work, in terms of its equivalent in heat.

497. 
Grain fungus.

498. 
Unit of work.

499. 
Work units, in physics.

500. 
Disease of rye.

501. 
Cereal disease.

502. 
Work, in physics.

503. 
Fungus on rye plants.

504. 
Units of work.

505. 
Inferred conclusions.

506. 
By that logic ...

507. 
Caesar's "hence"

508. 
Therefore: Lat

509. 
Orator's "therefore"

510. 
Therefore: Archaic

511. 
Hence: Latin

512. 
Consequently: Lat

513. 
Another word for "therefore"
