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# Clue
1. Thai river
2. Miss Fabray, to friends
3. "No-No" girl, for short
4. Anagram for Ann
5. Merriman of opera
6. Masefield heroine
7. ___ Ling, Chinese range
8. Masefield's "The Tragedy of ___"
9. Actress Fabray, to friends
10. River of Thailand
11. Mimi Kennedy TV role
12. Singer Merriman
13. Ping River feeder
14. Fabray, to friends
15. N as in ___
16. Fabray, familiarly
17. Big-band vocalist Wynn
18. Children's author Agle
19. Grey who co-starred in "Three Smart Girls"
20. Masefield play "The Tragedy of ___"
21. Social maven ___ Kempner
22. ___-Shan, ship in Conrad's "Typhoon"
23. Tandoori-baked bread
24. Bert's twin
25. Tandoor bread
26. John Masefield play "The Tragedy of ___"
27. Scottish novelist Shepherd
28. Daughter of Richard and Mary Bobbsey
29. New York Congresswoman-elect Hayworth
30. New York socialite Kempner
31. Broadway lyricist Knighton
32. Congresswoman Hayworth from New York
33. Palindromic fictional twin
34. No-no gal, for short
35. Martin of "Matters of the Heart"
36. Palindromic Bobbsey twin
37. Bread with korma
38. Bread served with chicken tikka masala
39. Bread served with saag aloo
40. Bread with sag aloo
41. Bread with mattar paneer
42. Chicken vindaloo side
43. Curry bread
44. It may be served with ghee
45. Papadum alternative
46. Side served with shahi paneer
47. Spoiler from Salisbury
48. ___ Flanagan (American Vampire League spokeswoman on TV's "True Blood")
49. Bread with an Indian meal
50. Actress Martin or Grey
51. Pita look-alike
52. Miss Fabray, for short
53. Flatbread type
54. Palindromic Bobbsey
55. Fabray, casually
56. Talese in publishing
57. New York congresswoman Hayworth
58. River in Thailand
59. The House of the Seven Gables actress Grey
60. Actress Grey of "Sutter's Gold"
61. Fabray, for short
62. Chat novelist McCarthy
63. Code word for "N" in the old U.S. Phonetic Alphabet
64. Mary Bobbsey's older daughter
65. Turkic flatbread
66. Chicken vindaloo go-with
67. Editor Talese with her own Doubleday imprint
68. Editor Talese with a Doubleday imprint
69. Indian 59-Down
70. Bobbsey girl
71. Ms. Fabray, for short
72. Bobbsey sister
73. Hope girl
74. Bert's sister
75. Bert's twin sister
76. Bread served in Indian restaurants
77. Pita's Indian kin
78. Side order with tandoori chicken
79. Something in an Indian breadbasket
80. A Bobbsey twin
81. One of the Bobbsey Twins
82. Indian bread
83. Kid watcher
84. Part of the refrain before "hey hey hey" in a 1969 #1 song
85. Repeated sounds in "Hey Jude"
86. Lyric stand-in, perhaps
87. Certain family members, affectionately
88. Child tenders
89. Jack of "Eraserhead"
90. Character who first appeared in "The Secret of the Old Clock"
91. Kids' caretaker
92. Frequent spoilers
93. Spoilers, often
94. Twin Peaks actor Jack
95. Zola best seller
96. No, No girl of Broadway
97. Some baby sitters
98. Amateur detective in 1967's "The Clue in the Crossword Cipher"
99. Broadway title character who sings "Tea for Two"
100. Title character singing in the "Tea for Two" duet
101. Some sitters
102. Unpaid babysitters, maybe
103. Lepore of women's fashion
104. Many bottle washers
105. Female with a beard
106. Civil rights activist ___ Helen Burroughs
107. Job for Mrs. Doubtfire or Mary Poppins
108. Broadway title character who runs off to Atlantic City
109. Au pair, often
110. One "hat" for an au pair
111. What a male babysitter may sport?
112. One given to doting
113. Zola title heroine
114. With 90-Down, first woman to lead a major party in Congress
115. Like Adrock's voice
116. ___ X (Chris Rock character on "SNL")
117. City of Italy or Florida
118. Really disgust
119. Schnozz-related
120. Daffodil and jonquil, e.g.
121. Figures in drug busts
122. Music download Web site
123. Brief slumber
124. French edict site of 1598
125. Half a 'Mork & Mindy' farewell
126. DEA informer
127. Redhead born in Ajaccio
128. Estonia's joining it
129. Of interstellar clouds
130. Bleaters
131. Zola classic
132. The _____ (1965 Bette Davis film)
133. Billionth in front
134. Some baby holders
135. Prefix meaning "minute"
136. No, No, _____
137. Mary Poppins was one
138. Half of a Mork utterance
139. Top model Campbell
140. Indian pita relative
141. ___ Flanagan ("True Blood" vampire)
142. Pita's Punjabi look-alike
143. Twin of Bert Bobbsey
144. Flatbread that accompanies chicken vindaloo
145. Twin sister of Bert Bobbsey
146. Indian restaurant serving
147. Punjabi pita
148. The Hug photographer Goldin
149. Indian restaurant basketful
150. Indian restaurant extra
151. Relative of Able and Baker
152. Form of Anna
153. Miss Tucket
154. No, no girl, for short
155. No-No girl, for short
156. Soprano Merriman
157. Bert Bobbsey's twin
158. Actress Grey
159. Diva Merriman
160. Masefield's "The Tragedy of _____"
161. Pulitzer-winning writer Robertson
162. Grammy
163. Grandma, affectionately
164. Asian bread
165. A Bobbsey
166. One of the Bobbseys
167. Chapati alternative
168. Indian restaurant bread
169. Tandoor-baked bread
170. Tandoori bread
171. Indian flatbread
172. Photographer Goldin
173. Bert Bobbsey's sister
174. Palindromic lady
175. Actress Grey or Martin
176. Palindromic woman's nickname
177. ___ Ling (Chinese mountain range)
178. Indian baked bread
179. Palindromic Indian flatbread
180. Town in Northeastern Thailand
181. Palindromic girl's name
182. Staple of Indian cuisine
183. Bert Bobbsey's twin sister
184. Britton who wrote "The President's Daughter," 1927
185. Asian flatbread
186. Book editor Talese
187. Chicken tikka go-with
188. It may be eaten with tikka masala
189. Sop for aloo palak
190. Bert's fictional twin sister
191. Be indignant at (6)
192. Essentials (11)
193. Relative with northern article
194. Nickname
195. Girl's name
196. Girl's nickname
197. ___ Ling mountains in S China
198. Singer ___ Merriman
199. John Masefield heroine
200. Miss Fabray's nickname
201. Songstress Wynn
202. Singer Wynn
203. "Bobbsey Twins" twin
204. "Chat" novelist McCarthy
205. "I'll be Your Mirror" photographer Goldin
206. "No no" girl for short
207. "No-No" girl for short
208. "Puri" alternative
209. "The Drew Carey Show" regular Martin
210. "The House of the Seven Gables" actress Grey
211. "The Hug" photographer Goldin
212. "The Tragedy of ___" (Masefield poem)
213. "___ You're a Window Shopper" (Lily Allen parody song)
214. "___ of the North" (1922 documentary of Inuit life)
215. 'No no' girl for short
216. 'The Mugger' actress Martin
217. 1930s actress Grey
218. A Bobbsey sister
219. A Bobbsey twin (3)
220. A Bobsy
221. A literary Bobbsey
222. A young Bobbsey
223. Actress Fabray to friends
224. Actress Grey of black-and-white films
225. Actress Martin
226. Actress Martin of "The Other Side of the Mountain"
227. Actress Martin or soprano Merriman
228. Actress Merriman.
229. Aloo gobi bread
230. Annie.
231. Arabian bread
232. Art photographer Goldin
233. Artist Hudson
234. Babushka in Britain
235. Base for some pizzas
236. Bert Bobbsey's sib
237. Bert Bobbsey's sis
238. Bert's Bobbsey twin
239. Bert's fictional sister
240. Bert's mystery-solving twin
241. Bert's sister in "The Bobbsey Twins"
242. Bert's sister in books
243. Bert's sister in children's literature
244. Bert's sister of literature
245. Bert's twin sister in fiction
246. Biryani go-with
247. Bobbsey miss
248. Bobbsey twin
249. Bobbsie twin
250. Bombay bread
251. Bread also called khamiri
252. Bread at an Indian restaurant
253. Bread baked in a clay oven
254. Bread baked in a tandoor
255. Bread eaten with vindaloo
256. Bread from India
257. Bread from a tandoor
258. Bread in an Indian restaurant
259. Bread of India
260. Bread often shaped like a teardrop
261. Bread orderer's alternative to poori
262. Bread served with korma
263. Bread served with vindaloo
264. Bread that might accompany biryani
265. Bread that's often brushed with ghee
266. Bread with aloo gobi
267. Bread with biryani
268. Bread with pakoras
269. Bread with tandoori chicken
270. Bread with vindaloo
271. Bread you might dip into vindaloo
272. Bread in Bombay where you should go for your birthday!
273. Brindian ed
274. British grandma
275. Britton who was Warren G. Harding's mistress
276. Britton who wrote "The President's Daughter " 1927
277. Burt Bobbsey's twin
278. Clay oven output: Var.
279. Code letter
280. Code word for letter "n."
281. Congresswoman Hayworth
282. Convent resident
283. Curry paste go-with
284. Cy's better half
285. Delhi bread
286. Documentary photographer Goldin
287. Dwarf: Comb. form
288. East Indian flatbread
289. Editor Talese
290. Editor ___ A. Talese
291. Editor and publisher Talese
292. Elder of the Bobbsey sisters
293. Fabray or Friday familiarly
294. Fabray or Goldin
295. Fabray or Talese
296. Fabray casually
297. Fabray familiarly
298. Fabray for short
299. Fabray to friends
300. Famed publisher Talese
301. Family nickname
302. Female Bobbsey
303. Female Bobbsey twin
304. Flat Indian bread
305. Flat bread
306. Flat bread of India
307. Flatbread of India
308. Flatbread with aloo mutter
309. Forcefully make oneself part of
310. Freddie and Flossie's older sister
311. Gay's palindromic wife
312. Girl going up and down
313. Girl in Gidget
314. Girl in Masefield play.
315. Girl's name.
316. Girl's nickname.
317. Girls' nickname.
318. Gloucester grandmother
319. Goldin with the photography book "The Ballad of Sexual Dependency"
320. Gramma
321. Grams
322. Grandmother to Brits
323. Grey in "Three Smart Girls"
324. Harding's Britton
325. Hummus scoop at times
326. Husband.
327. Indian brat fled
328. Indian bread (var.)
329. Indian flat bread
330. Indian flatbread (3)
331. Indian restaurant freebie
332. It might be served with lamb vindaloo
333. Julia Roberts role in Broadway's "Three Days of Rain"
334. Laura Lee Hope twin
335. Legendary opera star Merriman
336. Little Hannah.
337. Little Miss Bobbsey
338. Longtime Doubleday editor Talese
339. Martin in "Remember When"
340. Masefield character.
341. Masefield heroine.
342. Masefield home.
343. Masefield's The Tragedy of ___
344. McCarthy or Goldin
345. Merriman or Goldin
346. Mezzo-soprano Merriman
347. Mideast bread
348. Miss Bobbsey
349. Miss Bobsey
350. Miss Drew familiarly
351. Miss Fabray for short
352. Miss Fabray to friends
353. Mom's mom
354. Ms. Fabray to friends
355. Ms. Fabray for short
356. N Thailand province
357. N in old radio lingo
358. Nickname for Nanette
359. No-no gal for short
360. Noted New York photographer Goldin
361. Old ___ "Game of Thrones" caretaker
362. Old ___ "Game of Thrones" character
363. One of the Bobbsey clan
364. Opera singer Merriman
365. Opera's Merriman
366. Painter Hudson
367. Palendromic river of Thailand
368. Palindromic Bobbsey twin name
369. Palindromic bread
370. Palindromic female name
371. Palindromic flat bread
372. Palindromic girl
373. Palindromic item at an Indian eatery
374. Palindromic literary twin
375. Palindromic name
376. Palindromic name.
377. Palindromic nickname
378. Palindromic relative
379. Palindromic twin of children's literature
380. Palindromic twin of fiction
381. Palindromic woman's name
382. Persian for "bread"
383. Photog Goldin
384. Photographer Goldin who recently staged an anti-opioid protest at the Metropolitan Museum
385. Photographer Goldin with a palindromic name
386. Poori's cousin
387. Possible calculator output upon dividing by zero
388. Product of Indian dough
389. Punjabi bread
390. Reversible nickname
391. River of Thailand or a literary twin
392. River through northern Thailand
393. Ron's "Mommy"
394. Round bread of India
395. Round bread served with Indian food
396. San Fran ___; (Pelosi to some)
397. Short for a girl's name
398. Singer Merriman.
399. Sis of Bob and Anna in "Mom and Dad Are Palindromes"
400. Sister of Bert Bobbsey
401. Sister of Bob and Anna in "Mom and Dad Are Palindromes"
402. Socialite Kempner
403. Talese of publishing
404. Talese of the literary world
405. Tandoor-baked bread (var.)
406. Tikka masala go-with
407. Tucket topper
408. Twin of fiction
409. Very quickly
410. Woods of "China Beach"
411. Writer Friday familiarly
412. ___ A. Talese (Doubleday imprint)
413. ___ Britton mistress of Warren Harding who had a sensational 1927 tell-all book
414. ___ Flanagan (American Vampire League spokesperson on "True Blood")
415. ___ Ling Chinese mountain range
416. ___ Ling Chinese range
417. ___ Ling: Chinese range
418. ___-Shan ship in Conrad's "Typhoon"
419. Girl's nickname
420. Little Men tomboy
421. ___ Ling, Chinese mountain range
422. Bert Bobbsey 's twin
423. Bert's twin sister, in fiction
424. Emile Zola novel
425. ____ Ling: Chinese range
426. Peter Pan dog
427. Ms. Fabray to friends
428. Peter Pan dog
429. Peter Pan part
430. Grandma
431. Zola novel
432. Barrie dog
433. Peter Pan dog
434. Emile Zola book
435. Zola courtesan
436. Free baby sitter, often
437. Dog in "Peter Pan"
438. Peter Pan pooch
439. Wife of Balder
440. Affectionate name for grandma
441. Tot watcher
442. Tot minder
443. Grandmas
444. Grannies
445. Eraserhead star Jack
446. Babushkas
447. Grandmother, affectionately
448. Refrain bit
449. Refrain syllables
450. Vice President John ___ Garner
451. Drew in books
452. Da ___, Vietnam
453. Billionth: Prefix
454. Prefix with second
455. Nickname for grandma
456. Gram
457. Wall Street acronym
458. Velvet feature
459. Doze
460. Oenophile's mecca
461. Siesta
462. Back of the neck
463. Port in Italia
464. Supermodel Campbell
465. Forty winks
466. Rest period
467. 40 winks
468. Brief sleep
469. Recounts
470. Some iPods
471. Model Campbell
472. Small iPods
473. City on the Loire
474. Midday break
475. California wine area
476. Power ___
477. Hub
478. Advances
479. Winged goddess of victory
480. Pt. of NAACP
481. Grandmothers
482. Campbell or Judd
483. Wynonna's mom
484. Beloved family member
485. Governesses
486. Vice President John _____ Garner
487. Grandmothers, to tots
488. Grandmother
489. 1877 Manet painting
490. 1926 Jean Renoir film
491. Another name for Granny
492. 1880 أ‰mile Zola novel
493. Bubbie
494. Adviser on child rearing, maybe
495. Finding Neverland dog
496. Town in Northeastern Thailand.
497. Tributary of the Amazon.
498. Nickname.
499. Nubian harp.
500. ___ Ling mountains in S China.
501. Granny's nickname.
502. Novel by Zola.
503. Hannah's nickname.
504. Singer ___ Merriman.
505. Stage beauty in Zola novel.
506. John Masefield heroine.
507. Miss Fabray's nickname.
508. Singer Wynn.
509. Fictional dog.
510. Songstress Wynn.
511. A Zola novel.
512. Mezzo-soprano Merriman.
513. Peter Pan character.
514. Peter Pan role.
515. Nickname for Miss Fabray.
516. Dog in a child's story.
517. Miss Fabray.
518. Mixed-up Ann.
519. Opera's Merriman.
520. The Darlings' dog.
521. Norse sea goddess.
522. Short for a girl's name.
523. Barrie character.
524. Character in "Peter Pan."
525. Peter Pan dog.
526. Child's name for grandma.
527. Barrie role.
528. A Zola work.
529. Actress Merriman
530. Nickname for Miss Fabray
531. Little Hannah
532. Mixed-up Ann
533. Miss Fabray
534. Masefield character
535. Norse sea goddess
536. Anna's relative
537. Girl in Masefield play
538. Masefield home
539. Girls' nickname
540. Code word for letter "n"
541. Annie
542. Grandmother?
543. Relative must stop bleating about banana