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# Clue
1. Nonet minus one
2. Group of eight singers
3. Quintet plus trio
4. Schubert's Opuse.g.
5. Glee-club unit
6. Eight of a kind
7. Ennead minus one
8. Mendelssohn opus, e.g.
9. Eight performers
10. Mendelssohn masterwork
11. Two foursomes
12. A Mendelssohn opus in E flat major
13. Music for eight
14. Piece for eight
15. Septet plus one
16. Eight singers
17. Ennead, almost
18. Rock's UBe.g.
19. Mendelssohn's ____ in E flat major
20. Eight-person band
21. Wedding band, perhaps
22. Row of pawns, e.g.
23. Merger of two barbershop groups
24. Vocal ensemble, maybe
25. Beethoven's "___ for Winds in E flat major"
26. A cappella group, maybe
27. Noted Schubert piece in F major
28. Group of strings, maybe
29. Certain jazz combo
30. Stravinsky's "___ for Wind Instruments"
31. Jazz combo, maybe
32. Square dance group, e.g.
33. Chess pawns, e.g.
34. Four pairs
35. Large vocal group
36. Dancer, Prancer, etc.
37. Italian sonnet part
38. Expensive wedding band
39. Quarterfinals group
40. The Light in the Piazza song
41. Largish chamber group
42. 2003 Peter Martins ballet
43. Bob Crosby's Bob Cats, e.g.
44. Quartet doubled
45. Standard package of hot dog buns, e.g.
46. Fairly big combo
47. The Brady Bunch, e.g.
48. Good-sized band
49. Eight-member ensemble
50. Days of Hanukkah, say
51. Quarterfinalists, e.g.
52. Quarts in a peck, e.g.
53. Mid-sized music group
54. Eight-member group
55. Midsized ensemble
56. Chicago, band-wise
57. Eight on stage
58. Rock's Gogol Bordello, e.g.
59. Rock's The New Pornographers, for one
60. States that touch a Great Lake, e.g.
61. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, e.g.
62. Good-sized ensemble
63. Largish musical combo
64. Mendelssohn wrote a notable one at age 16
65. The kids in "Eight Is Enough," e.g.
66. Foursome doubled
67. Any eight
68. Ninesome minus one
69. Quadrille group
70. 24-Down + 3
71. Igor Stravinsky's "___ for Wind Instruments"
72. Two merged barbershop groups, say
73. The Ivy League, e.g.
74. Mendelssohn's Opus 20, for one
75. Composition for eight voices
76. Duo x 4
77. Days of Hanukkah, e.g.
78. Original Crayola pack, e.g.
79. Scale notes, e.g.
80. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, say
81. Certain chamber music group
82. Eight is enough for one
83. Hawaii's "main islands," e.g.
84. Large wedding band
85. Pair of barbershop groups
86. V8's veggies, e.g.
87. Two trios and a duo
88. Good-sized chamber ensemble
89. Mendelssohn's Opus 20, e.g.
90. The Bradford kids of '70s-'80s TV, e.g.
91. Bits in a byte, e.g.
92. Eight-musician group
93. Rowing crew, perhaps
94. Work for a chamber group
95. Big chamber group
96. Group of 16-Across
97. G7, before Russia's suspension
98. The planets, since Pluto's demotion
99. Eight pipers playing
100. 57% of a sonnet
101. Chamber group
102. Good-sized combo
103. Eight voices
104. Santa's reindeer
105. Team of oxen, perhaps
106. Sizable combo
107. Two trios + one duo
108. Santa's reindeer, for example
109. Schubert's __ in F major
110. Tetrad times two
111. Mendelssohn's __ in E flat
112. Quarterfinalists
113. Byte, in computer slang
114. Duet x 4
115. Stravinsky's Wind __
116. Ink dispenser?
117. Ladies' room
118. Seraglio section
119. They have many suction cups
120. Creatures with three hearts
121. Exceedingly rare infant
122. Anita who sang "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby"
123. Prefix with mom
124. When Canada celebrates Thanksgiving
125. Bombshell revealed shortly before Election Day
126. Epithet for Nadya Suleman
127. Like some migraines
128. Sex plus two, to Caesar
129. Cousins of squids
130. Sea creatures with beaks
131. Twice quattuor
132. Month with Columbus Day
133. Bond femme fatale
134. ___ Mae (Whoopi's role in "Ghost")
135. Aquarium attractions
136. Sea creatures that may employ camouflage when hunting
137. Tako, on a sushi menu
138. What the Old English called "Winterfylleth"
139. Movie based on the memoir "Rocket Boys" (and an anagram of "Rocket Boys")
140. Concerning vision
141. Beck's second major release
142. Mutemath song about bookie's chances?
143. The Music "Inconceivable ___"
144. Last ___ breed
145. Fewer than 100 shares of stock
146. At _____ (disagreeing)
147. Super Bowl calculation
148. Room in a seraglio
149. Carnivorous marine mollusks
150. Against All _____ (Phil Collins)
151. Bettor's inquiry
152. Chamber music group
153. Eight-piece ensemble
154. Black pawns, e.g.
155. Couple of quartets
156. Large jazz group, maybe
157. The set of Harry Potter movies (but not books), for example
158. Two barbershops
159. Assemblage of eight
160. Double barbershop group
161. Eight Men Out?
162. Chamber music makers
163. Eight-piece band
164. Jon and Kate's kids, e.g.
165. What has sixteen legs and sings?
166. Number for eight
167. Song for eight
168. The planets, now
169. Two-by-four?
170. Box of pizza slices, often
171. Large jazz group, perhaps
172. Square dance complement
173. Music group
174. Double quartet
175. Chamber ensemble
176. Schubert's Opus 166, e.g.
177. Choral group
178. Duo quadrupled
179. Rowing crew
180. Composition for eight
181. Rock's UB40, e.g.
182. Prefix with -genarian
183. Army threats?
184. Concubine's room
185. Noted singer with Krupa & His Orchestra
186. Some Mozart works
187. Pie chart section, perhaps
188. Ink producers
189. Eightsome
190. Eight is enough for this
191. Musical eightsome
192. Big band
193. Santa's reindeer, e.g.
194. Band of eight
195. Four duos
196. Schubert wrote one in F major
197. Snow White and the seven dwarfs, e.g.
198. Snow White and the dwarfs, e.g.
199. TV's Brady family, e.g.
200. Octopus legs, e.g.
201. Days of Hanukkah, for instance
202. Baseball team less one
203. Good-sized wedding band
204. TV's Brady family, for one
205. Schubert composition
206. Small choir
207. Chamber group, perhaps
208. Small chorus
209. Largish combo
210. String ensemble, maybe
211. Wedding band, maybe
212. Certain chamber group
213. Group of eight musicians
214. Certain chamber piece
215. Maids a-milking in a Christmas song, e.g.
216. Quarterfinals qualifiers, e.g.
217. Mendelssohn's ___ in E flat major
218. Serenaders, possibly
219. Eight-man band
220. Group of eight
221. Eight players etc to play
222. Group of eight, and the rest turned up in the Old Testament
223. Two more than in 122
224. First part of sonnet
225. Singing group
226. A double quartet
227. "Eight Men Out?"
228. "Maids a-milking" group
229. "Maids a-milking" group e.g.
230. "The Fast and the Furious" films e.g.
231. "The Light in the Piazza" song
232. "Two Pieces for String ___" (Shostakovich work)
233. "___ for Winds in E flat major" (Beethoven)
234. 1824 Schubert work
235. A cappella group maybe
236. Arcade Fire for one
237. Ate in a group
238. Band of 8
239. Band of eight?
240. Band that might risk being larger than its audience
241. Bard's sonnet section
242. Baseball starters less one
243. Big group
244. Big musical group
245. Big singing group
246. Bits in a byte e.g.
247. Black pawns in chess e.g.
248. Black pawns e.g.
249. Bob Crosby's Bob Cats e.g.
250. Box of pizza slices often
251. Byte for one of bits
252. Byte in computer slang
253. Byte vis-a-vis bits
254. Certain chamber ensemble
255. Certain group
256. Chamber group perhaps
257. Chamber music ensemble
258. Chamber music group.
259. Chamber piece
260. Chamber work
261. Chamber-music group
262. Checkerboard rows e.g.
263. Chess pawns e.g.
264. Chicago e.g.
265. Chicago band-wise
266. Choral group.
267. Christmas "maids a milking" e.g.
268. Complement of valence electrons in a noble gas
269. Coquette leaves Que. to form singing group
270. Dancer Prancer etc.
271. Days of Hanukkah e.g.
272. Days of Hanukkah for instance
273. Days of Hanukkah say
274. Decent-sized band
275. Double quartet e.g.
276. Dozen minus two pairs
277. Duo cubed
278. Duo times four
279. Eight
280. Eight musicians
281. Eight people as a unit
282. Eight performers collectively
283. Eight similar things e.g.
284. Eight singing together
285. Eight things considered as a unit
286. Eight things collectively
287. Eight-headed thing?
288. Eight-member band
289. Eight-member musical group
290. Eight-person chorus
291. Eight-person group
292. Eight-person orchestra
293. Eight-person singing group
294. Eight-piece
295. Ennead less 1
296. Ennead less one
297. Ennead minus 1
298. Ennead almost
299. Famed Schubert piece in F major
300. Famous reindeer group minus Rudolph
301. Four couples
302. Four pairs united
303. Four-couple combo
304. G8 e.g.
305. Good-sized chamber group
306. Group
307. Group of Sweet 16 winners
308. Group of eight performers
309. Group of eight.
310. Group of musicians turned to hugging and so forth (5)
311. Group of quarterfinalists
312. Group of strings maybe
313. Group of winds
314. Groups in the quarterfinals e.g.
315. Hawaii's "main islands " e.g.
316. Human complement of fingers some say
317. It might include horns and strings
318. Ivy League schools e.g.
319. Jazz band perhaps
320. Jazz band sometimes
321. Jazz combo maybe
322. Jazz combo perhaps
323. Jazz group maybe
324. Jon and Kate's kids e.g.
325. Large band
326. Large chamber group
327. Large chamber music group
328. Large combo
329. Large jazz combo
330. Large jazz group maybe
331. Large jazz group perhaps
332. Large wedding band?
333. Largish band
334. Largish ensemble
335. Largish jazz combo
336. Largish jazz ensemble
337. Largish musical group
338. Largish singing group
339. Like Tom and Joan Bradford's kids
340. Little big band maybe
341. Madrigal group
342. Madrigal group maybe
343. Maids a-milking in a Christmas song e.g.
344. Maids a-milking e.g.
345. March Madness quarterfinalists e.g.
346. Mendelssohn opus e.g.
347. Mendelssohn work for strings
348. Mendelssohn wrote one at age 16
349. Mendelssohn's "___ in E Flat for Strings"
350. Mendelssohn's Opus 20 for one
351. Mendelssohn's Opus 20 e.g.
352. Mendelssohn's Opus 20 for one
353. Mendelssohn's ___ in E flat
354. Merger of two quartets
355. Mid-size band
356. Mid-sized ensemble
357. Mid-sized string ensemble
358. Midsize band
359. Music ensemble
360. Music group.
361. Musical combo
362. Musical composition
363. Musical composition.
364. Musical ensemble of eight
365. Musical group
366. Musical group of eight
367. Musical group or work
368. Musical group.
369. Musical piece
370. Musical piece for eight
371. Musical work
372. Octopus arms e.g.
373. Octopus legs e.g.
374. Ogdoad
375. One's pawns e.g.
376. Original Crayola pack's contents e.g.
377. Original Crayola pack e.g.
378. Pack of hot dog buns (but unfortunately not hot dogs...)
379. Pack of hot dog buns but obnoxiously often not a pack of hot dogs
380. Pack of hot dog buns e.g.
381. Pair of barbershop groups e.g.
382. Pair of fours
383. Pair of foursomes
384. Pair of pairs of pairs
385. Pawns for example
386. Piece of music.
387. Planets in the solar system e.g.
388. Player's pawns e.g.
389. Quadruple double?
390. Quarterfinalists e.g.
391. Quarterfinals complement
392. Quarterfinals qualifiers e.g.
393. Quartet x 2
394. Quarts in a peck e.g.
395. Rather large band
396. Rock's Gogol Bordello e.g.
397. Rock's The New Pornographers for one
398. Rock's UB40 e.g.
399. Row of pawns e.g.
400. Rowing crew perhaps
401. Santa's reindeer collectively
402. Santa's reindeer e.g.
403. Santa's reindeer for example
404. Santa's reindeer minus Rudolph
405. Scale notes e.g.
406. Schools in the Ivy League conference e.g.
407. Schubert creation
408. Schubert's Opus 166 e.g.
409. Schubert's ___ in F major
410. Serenaders possibly
411. Set of eight
412. Singers' group.
413. Singing combo
414. Singing eightsome
415. Singing group maybe
416. Singing group.
417. Sizable chamber group
418. Sizeable stage act
419. Ska band perhaps
420. Small band
421. Small choir perhaps
422. Smallish choir
423. Snow White and friends e.g.
424. Snow White and the seven dwarfs e.g.
425. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs say
426. Snow White and the dwarfs e.g.
427. Snow White and the seven dwarfs e.g.
428. Solo + seven
429. Soloist + trio + duo + duo
430. Sonnet part
431. Sonnet part.
432. Sonnet segment
433. Sonnet starter
434. Spider legs for example
435. Spider's legs e.g.
436. Square dance group
437. Square dance group e.g.
438. Square dance unit
439. Square-dance group
440. Square-dance group e.g.
441. Standard package of hot dog buns e.g.
442. States bordering Missouri e.g.
443. States that touch a Great Lake e.g.
444. Stravinsky wrote one for winds
445. Stravinsky's Wind ___
446. String ensemble maybe
447. String group
448. String group maybe
449. String piece written by a 16-year-old Mendelssohn
450. TV's Bradford kids e.g.
451. TV's Bradford's e.g.
452. TV's Brady family e.g.
453. TV's Brady family for one
454. Team of oxen perhaps
455. The "Harry Potter" movies collectively
456. The Bradford kids of '70s-'80s TV e.g.
457. The Brady bunch e.g.
458. The Eight Immortals for one
459. The Ivies e.g.
460. The Ivies for example
461. The Ivy League e.g.
462. The Juilliard and the Budapest combined
463. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones e.g.
464. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones for one
465. The Pogues for example
466. The U.S. Supreme Court for most of 2016
467. The black pawns e.g.
468. The electrons of oxygen e.g.
469. The kids in "Eight Is Enough " e.g.
470. The planets or a spider's legs
471. The planets e.g.
472. The planets now
473. The planets since Pluto's demotion
474. The reindeer e.g.
475. This puzzle's special squares e.g.
476. Tony Gwynn's batting titles e.g.
477. Trio + 5
478. Trio + five
479. Trio + quintet
480. Trio + trio + duo
481. Trio plus five
482. Two barbershop groups
483. Two barbershop groups?
484. Two barbershop quartets
485. Two merged barbershop groups say
486. Two quartets
487. Two quartets combined
488. Two quartets merged
489. Two quartets side-by-side
490. Two quartets combined
491. Two quartets?
492. Two sets of strads e.g.
493. Two string quartets
494. UB40 e.g.
495. Unit of eight
496. V8's veggies e.g.
497. Vocal ensemble maybe
498. Vocal group maybe
499. Wedding band maybe
500. Wedding band perhaps
501. White pawns e.g.
502. Wind ensemble often
503. ___ rule (principle to explain valence)
504. Part of a sonnet
505. Spider's legs, e.g.
506. Stable electron group, often
507. A cappella group, often
508. Wu-Tang Clan, for example
509. Jazz group, maybe
510. The Eight Immortals, for one
511. One's pawns, e.g.
512. Two quartets, combined
513. Santa's reindeer, collectively
514. Black pawns in chess, e.g.
515. Musical groups
516. Eight: Prefix
517. Group of eight: var.
518. Mendelssohn's Opus 20 for one
519. Snow White and the seven dwarfs e.g.
520. TV's Bradford kids e.g.
521. Eight start
522. Fourth qtr. start
523. Prefix meaning eight
524. Sea critters without shells or fins
525. Eight similar things, e.g.
526. Arachnid-appropriate prefix
527. Three short months
528. Prefix meaning "eight"
529. Many-armed sea creatures
530. Double foursomes
531. Pair of barbershop groups, e.g.
532. Set of eight (var.)
533. Eight performers, collectively
534. Famous reindeer group, minus Rudolph
535. Prefix meaning eight (var.)
536. It requires eight pieces
537. Square-dance group, e.g.
538. Eighth of a circle
539. Eight-person unit
540. Sea creatures with suckers
541. The black pawns, e.g.
542. Prefix with "mom," in 2009 news
543. The Ivies, e.g.
544. That's strange . . .
545. Well-armed predator?
546. Visual
547. Harem room
548. Eyepiece
549. ___ Mae (Whoopi's "Ghost" role)
550. Fall mos.
551. Prefix with -pod
552. Eyepieces
553. Quattuor doubled
554. Fall times: Abbr.
555. Whoopi's "Ghost" role
556. Funny
557. Tentacled sea creatures
558. Flowery verse
559. Poetry class reading
560. Keats composition
561. Lyric poem
562. Peculiar
563. Strange
564. Poem of praise
565. =-- -Neisse Line
566. More curious
567. Keats feat
568. Bardic work
569. Certain poem
570. They're against starving artists
571. Music halls
572. Latin eyes
573. Prefix with genarian
574. Ink squirters
575. Pertaining to the eyes
576. Rooms in a harem
577. Jazz singer Anita
578. Bettor's concern
579. VIII
580. Eyepiece, in jargon
581. Chamber groups
582. Fair-sized musical groups
583. Twice tetra-
584. Small choirs
585. Numerical prefix
586. Vocal group, maybe
587. Pawns, for example
588. Bizarre
589. UB40, e.g.
590. Mr. ___ (Reggie Jackson's nickname)
591. What pulpo is, on a Spanish menu
592. Eyelike
593. Denizens of the deep
594. Important month in Russian history.
595. Double quartet.
596. Parts of sonnets.
597. Harem room.
598. Huge viol.
599. First part of sonnet.
600. Singing groups.
601. Eight: Prefix.
602. Two quartettes.
603. Part of a sonnet.
604. Eight: Comb. form.
605. Chamber ensemble.
606. Choir of eight voices.
607. Robert Frost, for example.
608. Vocal group.
609. Of the eighth degree, in math.
610. Groups of eight.
611. Acetylene hydrocarbon: Var.
612. Numerical prefix.
613. Double quartets.
614. Groups of singers.
615. See 25 Across.
616. Vocal groups.
617. Eight: Lat.
618. Checkerboard rows, e.g.
619. White pawns, e.g.
620. Group of eight players
621. Singers' group
622. Piece of music
623. Schubert's Opus , e.g.
624. Group round court extremely elegant
625. Ring clubs let it stand missing the top group of players