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# Clue
1. Word to a horse
2. Word with whiz
3. Equestrian's order
4. Opposite of haw
5. Command to oxen
6. "___ whiz!"
7. Haw's opposite
8. Double this for a nag
9. Order to Dobbin
10. Turn to the right
11. Take a right
12. Predecessor of aitch
13. Command to a workhorse
14. "My goodness!"
15. Junior's expletive
16. Whizzer's word?
17. Gotham beginner
18. Whiz predecessor
19. Aitch preceder
20. Companion of haw
21. Whiz preceder
22. Ten cees make one
23. Front end of a whiz
24. $1,Slang
25. Direction to a horse
26. "___!" said the hansom driver rightly
27. Direction to Dobbin
28. Letter before aitch
29. Whiz forerunner
30. Exclamation or command
31. "___ whillikers!"
32. Word from the Beav
33. Whiz's partner
34. A word from the Beav
35. Dobbin turner
36. Right command
37. "Huh!"
38. Capital of Germany
39. Thousand, to a yegg
40. $slangily
41. "I didn't know that"
42. Plow horse command
43. "Gosh!"
44. "I didn't know that!"
45. "Golly!"
46. Haw alternative
47. "Well, I'll be!"
48. "___whillikers!"
49. "I hadn't thought of that"
50. Thousand dollars, in slang
51. "Wow"
52. "Turn right"
53. "Hmm, I don't know!"
54. "Fancy that!"
55. "That's incredible!"
56. "Is that so!"
57. Comment before "I don't know"
58. "That's amazing!"
59. "No kidding!"
60. "That's news to me!"
61. "Oh, wow!"
62. "How about that!"
63. "You don't say!"
64. Word before "I don't know"
65. Word said while scratching the head
66. "Oh, my!"
67. Head-scratcher's comment
68. Relative of "Hmm ..."
69. "You could've knocked me over with a feather!"
70. "I'm impressed!"
71. Relative of "hmmm"
72. "How about that?!"
73. Right call
74. Dobbin's "right"
75. "Who'da thunk it?!"
76. "Really?!"
77. "Whaddaya know"
78. "Imagine that!"
79. "Is that a fact?!"
80. "Shucks!"
81. "Hmmm"
82. "Hmm, I didn't know that!"
83. "Well, that beats all!"
84. "Hmm, no fooling!"
85. 1,smackers
86. "I don't know" lead-in
87. "Holy smokes!"
88. "Oh, I don't know"
89. "Wow, I didn't know that!"
90. "Whaddaya know!"
91. "Well, whaddaya know!"
92. "You sure got me"
93. "Well, that's odd"
94. "I'd never have suspected!"
95. "Wow!"
96. Fitting conclusion?
97. "Shucks"
98. Plowman's command
99. "No kiddin'!"
100. "Didn't know that!"
101. Go the right way?
102. "That's unbelievable!"
103. "Well, lookee there!"
104. "Man!"
105. '___ whiz!'
106. “My word!”
107. Hadn't thought of it like that'
108. Ingenuous exclamation
109. Ain't that something!
110. Gosh . . .
111. ___, Officer Krupke
112. Word of astonishment
113. Right, Dobbin
114. Wonder word?
115. Beaver utterance
116. Right-turn command
117. I never would've thought of that!
118. Right-turn signal?
119. Ingenuous utterance
120. Remark from Radar
121. How 'bout that!
122. Fascinating
123. Well, what d'you know!
124. "Leave It to Beaver" oath
125. PROPULSIVE FORCE JUST EVADES TERRORIST LEADERS
126. Go right, mule!
127. Exclamation in 17, 23, 50 and 61-Across
128. Take the right course
129. Veer to the right
130. Haw counterpart
131. Haw's counterpart
132. ___ whiz
133. Start to whiz?
134. Beaver exclamation
135. Step in the right direction
136. Whiz or whillikers preceder
137. Golly' lat 2000 GEE I didn't know that"
138. Discouraged word
139. __-whiz technology
140. Now who would have expected that?
141. Who ever could have guessed!
142. Huh, ya think? (and the end of a split order of rice porridge)
143. The Beav's interjection
144. Hadn't thought of it that way
145. Hadn't thought of that
146. No shit, Sherlock!
147. Rapper Spoonie ___
148. __ whiz!
149. What do you know?
150. Go right, Dobbin
151. Whiz introducer
152. Holy crow!
153. Golly Ned!
154. Right-turn signal
155. That's odd
156. Go right!
157. Puzzled remark
158. Vanderbilt chancellor Gordon
159. Equestrian's "right"
160. Coachman's "turn right"
161. Egad!, updated
162. Now will you look at that!
163. Lead-in for whiz or whillikers
164. Word before whiz or whillikers
165. Color me surprised
166. __ willikers!
167. Awe-full expression?
168. Whiz start
169. My goodness
170. That's surprising
171. Hmm
172. Grand, moneywise
173. Beaver Cleaver sentence starter
174. 200 fins
175. Awed one's remark
176. Beaver Cleaver expletive
177. Amazed one's interjection
178. Grand, briefly
179. Impressed one's remark
180. Ten Franklins
181. Word of amazement
182. I didn't know that!
183. You could've knocked me over with a feather!
184. Go right
185. How about that?!â€‌ nyt 2004 GEE Right call nyt 2004 GEE Thou nyt 2004 GEENA Davis of Hollywood nyt 2004 GEENA Davis of Hollywood nyt 2004 GEENA Thelma's player in Thelma & Louise"
186. How about that?!
187. Techie, stereotypically
188. Look that may include thick-rimmed glasses
189. Well, that beats all!
190. Davis of "Cutthroat Island"
191. Pop music's Bee ___
192. Birds flying in V's
193. Calls to 57-Across
194. Goes right
195. Birds flying in a V formation
196. Ones flying south for the winter
197. Emmy winner Will
198. Thousands, in slang
199. Canada ___
200. Six ___ a-laying (gift in a Christmas song)
201. Certain gifts in "The 12 Days of Christmas"
202. Less-than-social sorts
203. Techie sorts
204. Big money units, in slang
205. Word before "I dunno"
206. Be the ultimate nerd, with "out"
207. Fanboy or fangirl
208. Overindulge in a brainy subject, with "out"
209. Sideshow oddity
210. Obsessed with fantasy role-playing games, say
211. Noisy flight crew?
212. Sheldon of "The Big Bang Theory," for one
213. Tech enthusiast, say
214. High-rise pants and horn-rimmed glasses, say
215. Math whizzes, stereotypically
216. Thelma's portrayer in "Thelma & Louise"
217. Bee ___ ("Night Fever" group)
218. Actress Davis of "A League of Their Own"
219. Actress Davis of "The Accidental Tourist"
220. Will who played Grandpa Walton on "The Waltons"
221. Baffled exclamations
222. Thousands of dollars, in slang
223. Command for a right turn, in mushing
224. Word before whiz
225. Be an enthusiastic dweeb, with "out"
226. Techie or Trekkie
227. Tech-obsessed, say
228. Shoe additions, and what this puzzle's theme answers contain
229. George Bush's sign
230. McRaney or Ford
231. Actor Barry
232. Davis of 'Stuart Little'
233. Samisen player
234. Pricey stone
235. Civil War leader, to an August baby?
236. 1999 John Travolta thriller, with 'The'
237. Bottle inhabitant
238. Singer Autry
239. Onyx or opal
240. Wilder picks up a bug?
241. Military bigwig's garb
242. USMC VIP
243. Became solidified
244. Collective Soul hit to style hair?
245. Tony Blair, for example
246. Nixon shellacked him in '72
247. WORDS OF WISDOM source
248. They travel in formation
249. Stylist applications
250. Chickens are terrified of him
251. Dot-com millionaire, stereotypically
252. Archer Davis
253. Belonging to "The Fly" actress Davis
254. Canadian migrants
255. Nene and brant
256. Silly ones, informally
257. Grandpa Walton's portrayer
258. 6th day of Christmas gift
259. End of spring?
260. Well, I'll be hornswoggled!
261. Beginning to grow?
262. Word similar to 3-Down
263. Command to a dobbin
264. ____whiz!
265. Turn right, to dobbin
266. Leave It to Beaver oath
267. Whillikers preceder
268. That's amazing!
269. Lead-in for whiz
270. Scrabble 2-pointer
271. Turn signal?
272. Wonder-ful word
273. Great leader?
274. Word with whillikers
275. Boy!
276. Didn't know that!
277. Gala opening?
278. Interjection from Beaver Cleaver
279. Equine order
280. Gosh!
281. Turn right
282. Before whiz
283. Partner of haw
284. Preface to whiz
285. Whillikins' partner
286. Right turn
287. Thou, or ten C's
288. Kind of whiz
289. Word to a horse:
290. Starboard, to a horse
291. ___ whiz!
292. $1,000: Slang
293. ___! said the hansom driver rightly
294. ___ whillikers!
295. Golly
296. Huh!
297. I didn't know that
298. $1000, slangily
299. Command to a plow horse
300. Word from Beaver Cleaver
301. Comment of surprise
302. Oscar winner Davis
303. She played Thelma in "Thelma & Louise"
304. Actress's sports award?
305. That's incredible!
306. Cousin of "hmmm!"
307. Opposite of 1-Down
308. Unpopular kids
309. That's news to me!
310. Golly!
311. Whiz lead-in
312. Command to a horse
313. Get along
314. Will ya look at that!
315. Fancy that!
316. I hadn't thought of that
317. I'm impressed
318. Aw, shucks
319. Imagine!
320. Holy smokes!
321. Color me surprised!
322. Who'da thunk it?!
323. Beaver Cleaver's exclamation
324. Oh, wow!
325. Well I'll be!
326. Jockey's cry
327. Turn signal, on a horse
328. Whiz opener
329. Go to the right, jackass!
330. Gosh
331. Capital of Georgia
332. Gate opener?
333. Word of wonder
334. Capital of Greece?
335. Capital of Greenland?
336. Expletive from Beaver Cleaver
337. I'll be a monkey's uncle!
338. Move in the right direction?
339. Imagine that!
340. Thou
341. Ten C-notes
342. 1,000 smackers
343. Exclamation before "I didn't know that!"
344. Horse command
345. Bearing (4)
346. Over half the farmyard birds give an expression of surprise
347. Turn to right
348. Exclamation
349. Fit
350. Juvenile exclamation
351. Right turn to Dobbin
352. Harmonize: slang
353. “__ whiz!”
354. "How about that," old-school
355. 1,0 smackers
356. Teamster's command
357. Word of command to a horse
358. Suit: Colloq
359. Teamster's cry
360. '___, Officer Krupke'
361. "Ain't that interesting!"
362. "Ain't that somethin'?"
363. "Ain't that something!"
364. "Amazing!"
365. "Aw shucks"
366. "Aw" follower
367. "Aw" go-with
368. "Aw heck!"
369. "Aw shucks!"
370. "Aw shucks"
371. "Boy!"
372. "Boy..."
373. "Color me surprised!"
374. "Color me surprised"
375. "Coulda fooled me!"
376. "Didn't know that"
377. "Do tell!"
378. "Egad!" updated
379. "Fascinating!"
380. "Fascinating"
381. "Go figure"
382. "Go right Dobbin"
383. "Go right mule!"
384. "Go to the right jackass!"
385. "Golly Gosh Oh ___" (Conway Twitty song)
386. "Golly ___!"
387. "Golly ___"
388. "Golly"
389. "Golly'
390. "Goodness!"
391. "Gosh!" kin
392. "Gosh"
393. "Gosh"? No close
394. "Gosh I didn't know that!"
395. "Gracious!"
396. "Hadn't thought of it that way"
397. "Hadn't thought of that"
398. "Heavens!"
399. "Hmm"
400. "Hmm I didn't know that!"
401. "Hmm I don't know about that"
402. "Hmm I don't know!"
403. "Hmm I don't know"
404. "Hmm I don't know..."
405. "Hmm hadn't thought of it that way..."
406. "Hmm never thought of that!"
407. "Hmm no fooling!"
408. "Hmm..."
409. "Hmm..." to Theodore Cleaver
410. "Holy Toledo!"
411. "Holy cow!"
412. "Holy crow!"
413. "Holy moly!"
414. "Holy moly"
415. "Holy smokes!'
416. "Holy smokes"
417. "How 'bout that!"
418. "How about it!"
419. "How about that"
420. "Huh! No kidding!"
421. "Huh fancy that!"
422. "Huh never would've figured"
423. "Huh ya think?" (and the end of a split order of rice porridge)
424. "I did not know that!"
425. "I had no idea!"
426. "I never thought of it that way before"
427. "I never thought of it that way!"
428. "I never would've thought of that!"
429. "I wouldn't have guessed that"
430. "I'll be a monkey's uncle!"
431. "I'll be darned!"
432. "I'll be!"
433. "I'm amazed!"
434. "I'm impressed"
435. "I'm speechless!"
436. "Imagine that"
437. "Imagine!"
438. "Is that so..."
439. "Isn't that interesting!"
440. "Isn't that somethin'?"
441. "Isn't that something!"
442. "Isn't that something"
443. "Isn't that something?"
444. "Jiminy!"
445. "Mercy sakes alive!"
446. "My goodness"
447. "My gosh"
448. "My stars!"
449. "My word!"
450. "Neato!"
451. "Never thought of it that way before!"
452. "Never thought of that!"
453. "Never thought of that"
454. "Nifty!"
455. "No fooling!"
456. "No kidding"
457. "No shit Sherlock!"
458. "Now that you mention it"
459. "Now who would have expected that?"
460. "Now will you look at that!"
461. "Oh man"
462. "Oh my!"
463. "Oh wow!"
464. "Oh I don't know"
465. "Oh boy!"
466. "Oh my stars!"
467. "Oh my!"
468. "Oh wow!"
469. "Omigosh!"
470. "Only trouble is ___ whiz... I'm dreaming my life away"
471. "Really!"
472. "Really?"
473. "Right Dobbin"
474. "Right horse"
475. "That's a revelation!"
476. "That's a surprise!"
477. "That's awesome!"
478. "That's cool!"
479. "That's impressive!"
480. "That's incredible"
481. "That's interesting!"
482. "That's interesting"
483. "That's odd"
484. "That's something new"
485. "That's something!"
486. "That's surprising!"
487. "That's surprising"
488. "That's wonderful!"
489. "This is my shocked face"
490. "To the right Dobbin!"
491. "Well I'll be!"
492. "Well Golly!!"
493. "Well I'll be!"
494. "Well fancy that!"
495. "Well golly!"
496. "Well how about that!"
497. "Well look at that"
498. "Well lookee there!"
499. "Well that beats all!"
500. "Well that's odd"
501. "Well whaddaya know!"
502. "Well whaddya know!"
503. "Well what d'you know!"
504. "Well whattaya know!"
505. "What a surprise!"
506. "Whillikers!"
507. "Whillikers" or "whiz" lead-in
508. "Whiz" beginning
509. "Whiz" opener
510. "Whiz" or "whillikers" preceder
511. "Whiz" preceder
512. "Whiz" starter
513. "Who ever could have guessed!"
514. "Who knew!"
515. "Who knew?"
516. "Who'da thunk it!"
517. "Who'da thunk it?"
518. "Will ya look at that!"
519. "Wow!" kin
520. "Wow!" to Beaver Cleaver
521. "Wow I didn't know that!"
522. "Wow who knew?"
523. "Wow " sarcastically
524. "Wowzers!"
525. "Wowzers"
526. "You don't say"
527. "You don't say..."
528. "___ Officer Krupke!" ("West Side Story")
529. "___ that's too bad."
530. "___ whiz!" ("That's amazing!")
531. "___ whiz"
532. "___ willikers!"
533. "___ I never thought of that"
534. "___ Officer Krupke"
535. "___ Officer Krupke" ("West Side Story" number)
536. "___ do I have to?"
537. "___ why didn't I think of that?"
538. "___ ya think?"
539. "___ yer purty"
540. "___ yer swell!"
541. "___ you're swell"
542. $1 000
543. $1 000 in slang
544. $1 000: Slang
545. $1000 slangily
546. $1K
547. '-- whillikers!'
548. '-- whiz!'
549. 'Aw shucks!'
550. 'Aw shucks'
551. 'Boy oh boy!'
552. 'Boy!'
553. 'Fancy that!'
554. 'Golly --!'
555. 'Golly Ned!'
556. 'Golly!'
557. 'Golly'
558. 'Goodness!'
559. 'Gosh!'
560. 'Holy cow!'
561. 'Holy cowl'
562. 'Holy moly!'
563. 'Holy smoke!'
564. 'Hot diggity!'
565. 'How about that!'
566. 'How about that?!'
567. 'Huh!'
568. 'I didn't know that!'
569. 'Imagine that!'
570. 'Imagine!'
571. 'Man!'
572. 'No kiddin'!'
573. 'No kidding!'
574. 'Oh wow!'
575. 'Shucks!'
576. 'Shucks'
577. 'Well I'll be hornswoggled!'
578. 'Well I'll be!'
579. 'What do you know?'
580. 'Who knew?'
581. 'Who'd a thunk it?!'
582. 'Who'da thunk it?'
583. 'Wow!'
584. 'You don't say!'
585. 1 000 bucks
586. 1 000 smackers
587. 100 sawbucks
588. 7th letter
589. A direction given to the old gray mare.
590. A thou
591. A thousand dollars
592. A word to the whiz?
593. Agree.
594. Agree: Colloq.
595. Aw-shucks exclamation
596. Awed one's reaction
597. Bagel center
598. Beaver Cleaver comment
599. Beaver Cleaver exclamation
600. Beaver Cleaver interjection
601. Beaver exclamation?
602. Beaver's catchword
603. Beaver's exclamation
604. Beaver's word
605. Bee ___ (Barry Gibb was one)
606. Bemused remark
607. Big one
608. Boyish exclamation
609. Capital of Georgia?
610. Capital of Germany?
611. Coachman's 'turn right'
612. Command for a right turn in mushing
613. Command right
614. Command to Dobbin
615. Command to a horse.
616. Command to a mule
617. Command to oxen.
618. Comment from Jerry Mathers
619. Comment from the Beaver
620. Companion of whiz.
621. County northwest of San Francisco
622. Cousin of gosh.
623. Danny Thomas interjection
624. Dobbin's direction
625. Eating right?
626. Enlightened one's response
627. Equestrian's 'right'
628. Equine's right-hand turn command
629. Evade
630. Exclamation for Beaver Cleaver
631. Exclamation from Beaver Cleaver
632. Exclamation from The Beaver
633. Exclamation of amazement
634. Exclamation.
635. Expletive heard on "Leave it to Beaver"
636. Expression of awe
637. Expression of mild surprise
638. Expression of surprise
639. Full extent
640. Garage door opener
641. Garage opener?
642. Gash opening?
643. Gate opening?
644. Get along informally
645. Giants' starter?
646. Girls' Generation hit whose title is an expression of surprise
647. Go right or go's left?
648. Going first or last
649. Golly alternative
650. Golly's cousin
651. Good start?
652. Grand
653. Grand opening?
654. Grand briefly
655. Gravity unit phonetically
656. Great beginning
657. Great head?
658. Green capital?
659. Hang a right
660. Haw's companion
661. Haw's opposite.
662. Head of government?
663. Head scratcher's remark
664. Heart of Pyongyang
665. Holy cow!
666. Holy smoke!
667. Horse command.
668. Horse driver's command.
669. Horse talk
670. Hurler Dillon
671. I'm impressed!
672. Interjection of surprise
673. Interjection that sounds like a letter
674. Intro to "you're swell"
675. It makes a lad glad
676. It's right to some dogs
677. Jack Benny exclamation
678. Jazz standard "___ Baby Ain't I Good to You"
679. Keep to the right. (For an ox-ford.)
680. Kid's word
681. Kid's word of wonderment
682. Kin of "Golly!"
683. Kin of "criminy!"
684. Kin of "hmm"
685. Lead-in to "whiz" or "whillikers"
686. Letter from "Grandma"?
687. Letter.
688. Make a right
689. Middle of Bangkok?
690. Mild exclamation
691. Mild expletive
692. Mild expletive.
693. Mild oath
694. Mildest of oaths
695. Nag
696. Naive expression of wonder
697. Naive utterance
698. No fooling!
699. No kidding!
700. Old standard "___ Baby Ain't I Good to You"
701. One thousand dollars in slang
702. One thousand dollars slangily
703. One-tenth of a percent of a cool mil
704. Pat Boone hit "___ Whittakers!"
705. Preceder of many sarcastic comments
706. Put this on a bun
707. Puzzled comment
708. R.E.M.'s "Wendell ___"
709. Reaction to a Daly drive
710. Reaction to a McGwire blast
711. Relative of "Hmm..."
712. Right to Mr. Ed
713. Right to a horse
714. Right!
715. Right to Black Beauty
716. Right-hand turn command
717. Right-turn command
718. Samosas are often fried in it
719. Says "Right!"
720. Shifty
721. Shout of surprise
722. Sound of surprise
723. Square dance call
724. Starboard to a horse
725. Start to go
726. Start to whiz
727. Step in the right direction?
728. Surprised utterance
729. Swing right
730. TV rating category
731. Tag end?
732. Teamster's command.
733. Ten Benjamins
734. Ten C s
735. The right call?
736. The right way?
737. Thing that begins gradually?
738. Thou or ten C's
739. Thousand bucks
740. Thousand dollars in slang
741. Thousand to a yegg
742. To the right
743. Turn right!
744. Turn right to a horse
745. Turn right to dobbin
746. Turn right.
747. Turn signal on a horse
748. Turn to the right.
749. Unit of force
750. Wally's exclamation
751. Well fancy that!
752. Whillikers or whiz lead-in
753. Whiz intro
754. Whiz leader
755. Whiz starter
756. Whiz's partner.
757. Willickers!
758. Wonder-ful word?
759. Wonder-full comment
760. Wonder-full expression
761. Word akin to DOH!
762. Word before "I didn't know that!"
763. Word before "Your Hair Smells Terrific"
764. Word before "whillikers" or "whiz"
765. Word before "whiz"
766. Word before "whiz" or "willikers"
767. Word before whillikers or whiz
768. Word for Mr. Ed?
769. Word from Wally or Beaver
770. Word from the perplexed
771. Word of surprise
772. Word preceding "I never thought of that"
773. Word said while scratching one's head
774. Word to a horse.
775. Word with "whiz"
776. Wow!
777. ___ willikers
778. ___-whiz
779. ___-whiz technology
780. ___-whiz!
781. ___whiz!
782. “Wow!”
783. Letter
784. Go ahead! (with "up")
785. Who knew?
786. Well, golly!
787. Big finish?
788. Well, I'll be!
789. My word!
790. Oh my!
791. Holy moly!
792. You don't say!
793. How about that!
794. I'll be!
795. Aw, shucks!
796. Is that so!
797. Wow! to Beaver Cleaver
798. Aw follower
799. Hmm, I don't know
800. ___, you're swell
801. Turn right, to a horse
802. Whiz or "whillikers" preceder
803. Right, to Black Beauty
804. Hmm, I don't know ...
805. Well, fancy that!
806. Hmm, I don't know!
807. Whiz beginning
808. Aw go-with
809. Gosh! kin
810. Gosh? No, close
811. Right, horse
812. Wow! kin
813. Golly ___!
814. What a surprise!
815. Isn't that something!
816. Whaddaya know!
817. Whillikers or "whiz" lead-in
818. Bauble
819. Turned right
820. Commanded a horse
821. Right to Mr. Ed
822. Actor Will and family
823. Gravity unit phonetically
824. Actress Davis
825. Odd individual
826. Opposite of hawed
827. Turned to the right
828. Circus sideshow performer
829. Nerd kin
830. $1,000, in slang
831. Honkers
832. Who'da thunk it!
833. ___ willikers!
834. Took a right
835. Circus sideshow oddity
836. Went right
837. Hmm . . . to Theodore Cleaver
838. ___, I never thought of that
839. Made a horse go right?
840. The Bee ___
841. Hmm, I didn't know that!
842. I don't know lead-in
843. Bookish one
844. Shucks!
845. Command to 62-Down
846. Commanded right
847. Commanded right, as a horse
848. Old sideshow attraction
849. Socially inept sort
850. I had no idea!
851. Who'da thunk it?
852. Exclamation from 43-Across
853. Oh, my!
854. Nerd
855. Uncool sort
856. Unlikely prom kings
857. The Waltons actor
858. Foie gras sources
859. Well, duh!
860. Not at all cool
861. Fliers in V's
862. Oddballs
863. Davis in Hollywood
864. Davis of Hollywood
865. Will of "The Waltons"
866. Will who played Grandpa Walton
867. Circus performer
868. Will of "Jeremiah Johnson"
869. Thousand-dollar sums, slangily
870. Birds in a gaggle
871. Davis of "A League of Their Own"
872. Hollywood's Davis
873. Dweebish
874. Davis of "Commander in Chief"
875. Davis with a 1988 Oscar
876. Bee ___
877. Actress Davis of "Beetlejuice"
878. Davis of film
879. Grandpa Walton portrayer
880. Oh wow!
881. Poindexter
882. Davis of "The Accidental Tourist"
883. Davis of "Thelma & Louise"
884. Carnival performer
885. Tech whiz
886. Wowzers!
887. Breaking or entering, say
888. Singapore Sling ingredient
889. Actress Rowlands
890. Passed-on item
891. Barnyard birds
892. Gaggle gals
893. Salon supply
894. Very cold
895. Tiffany treasure
896. Biological categories
897. Rochester's river
898. Swiss city
899. Trait carrier
900. Riddle's answer
901. Not brand-name
902. Hair goo
903. Icy cold
904. Topaz, e.g.
905. Heredity units
906. Styling stuff
907. =-- -X
908. Mil. bigwig
909. Offspring's inheritance
910. French playwright Jean
911. Artistic style
912. Italian-style ice cream
913. =-- Xer
914. USAF bigwig
915. First Bible bk.
916. Italian ice creams
917. Freezing cold
918. Former Spice Girl Halliwell
919. Pathogen
920. South Carolina
921. Leg of lamb
922. Become cohesive
923. Styling substance
924. Turns to the right
925. Formation fliers
926. Skein components
927. Heavens!
928. My goodness!
929. Trinket: Var.
930. Nerds
931. Grandpa on "The Waltons"
932. Sideshow performer
933. Carnival weirdo
934. Nerd's friend
935. That's awesome!
936. That's incredible
937. That's wonderful!
938. That's impressive!
939. Holy smokes
940. Square one
941. Man!
942. Knickknack
943. $1,000
944. Dweeb
945. 1,000 bucks
946. Socially inept person
947. One thousand dollars, in slang
948. My stars!
949. Jock's study partner, perhaps
950. Start to go?
951. Jock's tutor, maybe
952. Plum-like fruits of Australian trees.
953. Turned (a draft animal) away from driver.
954. Fit.
955. Turn to right.
956. Turn to the right!
957. 1.43 acres in Portugal.
958. Horse: Slang.
959. Horses: Slang.
960. Harmonize: slang.
961. Fitted: Slang.
962. Horse: Colloq.
963. Suit: Colloq.
964. Word of command to a horse.
965. Barnyard birds.
966. Commands given by teamsters.
967. Recent song hit.
968. Jibed; agreed: Slang.
969. Teamster's word.
970. Turned to the right.
971. Agree: Slang.
972. Opposite of "haw!"
973. Ox driver's command.
974. ___ up (go ahead!)
975. Turns right.
976. Fit: Slang.
977. Gangster's grand.
978. Opposite of haw.
979. Rural exclamation.
980. Agreed: Slang.
981. Turned to the right, as horses.
982. Letters.
983. Brants.
984. Turned right.
985. Bangtail.
986. Really!
987. That's a surprise!
988. You don't say
989. Coulda fooled me!
990. Wow
991. Go figure
992. Hmm ...
993. Holy cow
994. That's interesting
995. No kidding
996. Well, look at that!
997. Nifty!
998. I'm amazed!
999. Oh, boy!
1000. Teamster's word
1001. Ox driver's command
1002. Agree: Slang
1003. Agree: Colloq
1004. Fit: Slang
1005. Gangster's grand
1006. Agree
1007. 'I hadn't considered that!'
1008. $,: Slang
1009. ''Wow!''
1010. "Aw, shucks!"
1011. “Goodness gracious!”
1012. Prunella —, actress who played Miranda Thorpe in 1986 ITV sitcom Constant Hot Water
1013. Seventh letter
1014. "__ whiz!"
1015. ____ whiz!
1016. Ingenuous cry
1017. “Gosh!”