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# Clue
1. Statesman Elihu
2. Radish or radix
3. Radix
4. Taro, for example
5. Ginseng or ginger, e.g.
6. Partner of branch
7. John Wellborn or Elihu
8. Licorice or parsnip
9. Food item for a Digger Indian
10. Licorice, for one
11. ___ and branch
12. Elihu ___: 1845–1937
13. Underground growth
14. Turnip or parsnip
15. What pigs do
16. Food for a Digger
17. Cheer (for)
18. What cheerleaders do
19. Ginseng or licorice
20. Square or cube follower
21. U.S. Sec. of State: 1905-9
22. Type of canal
23. Stadium action
24. Shout for
25. Subterranean plant part
26. Elihu, the statesman
27. Secretary of State: 1905-9
28. Underlying source
29. Potato or carrot
30. Ipecac is one
31. Be a fan
32. Licorice, e.g.
33. Statesman Elihu ___
34. Licorice is one
35. Secretary of State
36. Radix, botanically
37. Unearth, with ''up''
38. Licorice or sassafras
39. Eradicate, with "out"
40. to 4 or 8
41. Plant anchorer
42. Edible part of a parsnip
43. ___ Canal
44. Kind of vegetable
45. Takeclue 1
46. Underground part
47. Dig (for)
48. One may be square
49. Hair implant?
50. What many a word has
51. Radish or carrot
52. Etymologist's concern
53. Extirpate, with "out"
54. Tree's anchor
55. Take 5, clue 1
56. Fans do it
57. Licorice or ginger
58. Molar's anchor
59. Part of a 60-Across
60. Carrot or daikon, e.g.
61. Ginseng or ginger, for example
62. Thing a plant puts down
63. Canal's place
64. Sing a fight song, say
65. Equation answer
66. Anchor for a bay
67. Hair part
68. Pull for a team
69. Part of an underground network?
70. Turnip or radish
71. Plant's anchor
72. GET TO THE ___ OF THE PROBLEM
73. CHEER, OR TYPE OF BEER
74. Lowest part of a tree
75. TARO OTHERWISE IS JUST A BIG PIECE OF THIS
76. Cheer on the home team
77. Dentist's canal?
78. Be a booster
79. Oak's anchor
80. Poke about
81. Show support, in a way
82. Cheer the home team
83. Support, with "for"
84. Canine support
85. It engages in underground activity
86. Underground anchor
87. Carrot or turnip
88. Grounded item
89. Underground supporter?
90. Botanical anchor
91. Hair anchor
92. Say rah
93. Say "Rah"
94. Underground support
95. Subcutaneous hair part
96. Lowest note in a chord
97. Downward grower
98. Underground growth
99. Underground plant part
100. Love of money, to all evil
101. Canine anchor
102. Carrot or cassava
103. Ginseng, for one
104. Ginger or ginseng
105. Act like a pig, in a way
106. Horseradish, e.g.
107. Repeated word in "Take Me Out to the Ball Game"
108. Jأ­cama or ginger
109. Jicama or ginseng
110. Beet, e.g.
111. Beet or ginger
112. Carrot (always) or stick (sometimes)
113. Trunk supporter
114. Word with square or cube
115. 12 Down, for one
116. Show favoritism
117. Show support (for)
118. Cheer for your team
119. Show support
120. Support your team
121. It's underground
122. Support the team
123. Yell "Rah!"
124. Be partial to, with "for"
125. Ultimate cause
126. Shout 5 Down, maybe
127. Say, "Go, team!"
128. Anchoring tree part
129. What fans do
130. Plant's anchor in the soil
131. Unseen parts
132. Expose and destroy
133. 1976 best seller that opens "four days upriver from the coast of The Gambia"
134. Tough to dig into, as soil
135. Cowboy's aid
136. Support, at a game
137. Snare, in a way
138. Use a lasso on
139. The Greek "khalix" (pebble) for the English "calculus," e.g.
140. Hitchcock classic seemingly filmed in one continuous take
141. It might be skipped
142. Lariat material
143. Genealogical study
144. Ensnare, with "in"
145. Horticultural problem caused by overwatering
146. Carrots and turnips, basically
147. Tire swing part
148. Lured, as a potential customer
149. Tree's support system
150. Need for tug-of-war
151. Secures, as an area, with "off"
152. Plastic Clue weapon
153. Skip it!
154. The "x" in x^2 = 666
155. Hereditary background
156. Rhyming description for IHOP's "Fresh 'N Fruity" pancakes
157. Weed killer's target
158. Floats are often made with them
159. With 29-Across, like a deer in headlights
160. Love of money, per I Timothy 6:10
161. Nonsense!, to a Brit
162. Light blue bilingual Muppet
163. 'The Barber of Seville' heroine
164. Renowned seamstress
165. Arquette of 'The Whole Nine Yards'
166. Bow rub-on
167. Funny actress Barr
168. UFO museum city
169. Man in Black's daughter
170. What you make during concert season
171. Irish blues guitarist Gallagher
172. Takk band Sigur ___
173. Long sections of seats
174. Country music legend Acuff
175. AC/DC drummer Phil
176. Shenandoah might give "Two Dozen" to their girl
177. Goes to the dogs
178. Fairway liners
179. Lifesaving item
180. Tool for a funambulist
181. Calhoun in "Bad Jim"
182. Calhoun in "Red Sundown"
183. Dude ranch object
184. Funambulist's tool
185. Type of float
186. Encouraging type
187. Haley classic
188. A kid might skip it
189. Object in gym class
190. Legendary miniseries
191. Memorable TV miniseries
192. Try finding truffles
193. Earthnut
194. Radish or turnip
195. One of the beers
196. Carrot, radish, or parsnip
197. Pull (for)
198. Radish or carrot, e.g.
199. The C in a C major chord, for example
200. Carrot or radish
201. Cheer for the home team, in song
202. Follow the cheerleader
203. Try to find truffles
204. Become fixed
205. 1912 Peace Nobelist
206. Elihu
207. Carrot or beet
208. Money, vis-أ -vis evil
209. Cheer for
210. Cheer for the team
211. Encourage the team
212. Cheer the team on
213. Elihu or square
214. Follow the cheeerleader
215. Part of a tree
216. Square or cube
217. Basis
218. Elihu ___: 1845–1937
219. Beet, for one
220. Search for truffles
221. 1905 Secretary of State
222. Parsnip, e.g.
223. Plant anchor
224. Underground stem
225. Unearth, with "up"
226. Based on
227. Kunta Kinte's tale
228. Rummages (through)
229. 1948 Hitchcock thriller
230. Based (in)
231. Searched for truffles, maybe
232. Hair-dyeing job
233. Tree trauma
234. Eliminate with some effort
235. TV event of 1977
236. Kind of canal
237. Pull for
238. Radish, e.g.
239. Take hold
240. Origin
241. Source
242. Show team spirit
243. Part of the underground?
244. Underlying cause
245. Chant with the cheerleaders
246. Tooth anchor
247. Bicuspid base
248. Part of a tooth
249. Dig like a pig
250. Equation answer, perhaps
251. It may be square in math class
252. Radish, for one
253. Tooth's anchor
254. Word before beer or canal
255. Word with canal and cellar
256. Word preceding canal or cellar
257. Word with beer or cellar
258. Tooth part
259. Nobel peace prize winner, 1912
260. American statesman, a founder of the World Court, 1920
261. Part of a growing carrot
262. Base of a plant
263. Carrot, e.g.
264. Etymological basis
265. Canine part
266. Lexicographic concern
267. Etymologist's interest
268. Tooth or plant part
269. It may be square
270. Underground part of a plant
271. 2, to 4 or 8
272. Carrot or turnip, e.g.
273. Pull (out)
274. Cheer
275. Danish-American journalist (–) (4)
276. Ethiopian title (3)
277. Stuff
278. Plant part
279. Beginning
280. Noisy course to source
281. McKinley's Secretary of War, 1899
282. Elihu ___
283. Decay surrounding old part of tooth
284. Famous Secretary of State
285. Fruit
286. __ beer float
287. Stem
288. Secy of State under T R
289. Elihu ___, Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1912
290. American statesman, Nobel peace prize winner, 1912
291. Composer of "The Battle Cry of Freedom"
292. Veggie category
293. Turnip, for one
294. Taro or turnip
295. "... ___ for the home team/ If they don't win..."
296. "Just Before the Battle Mother" composer George Frederick ___
297. "Money is the ___ of all evil"
298. "Money is the ___ of all..."
299. "Send Me on My Way" Rusted ___
300. "___ of All Evil" (1947)
301. 2 to 4 or 8
302. A cube has one
303. Act like a pig in a way
304. Alder's anchor
305. American statesman Elihu
306. Anchor in the ground
307. Applaud (for)
308. Artichoke's anchor
309. Back at the stadium
310. Base.
311. Basic cause
312. Basic core
313. Basis.
314. Bass note of a chord usually
315. Be partial to with "for"
316. Become fixed.
317. Beech anchor
318. Beet for one
319. Bicuspid part
320. Bottom of a hair
321. Bottom part of a hair
322. Branch's partner.
323. Canal or beer
324. Canal site
325. Canal type?
326. Carrot or beet essentially
327. Carrot or daikon e.g.
328. Carrot or parsnip
329. Carrot or turnip e.g.
330. Carrot part
331. Carrot basically
332. Carrot e.g.
333. Carrot essentially
334. Carrot for one
335. Carrot radish or parsnip
336. Carrot radish or parsnip
337. Carrot.
338. Cause
339. Cheer (for) or dig (for)
340. Cheer (for) the team.
341. Cheer for Giants
342. Cheer for Tiger maybe
343. Cheer for a team
344. Cheer for a toro
345. Cheer for band
346. Cheer for one's team
347. Cheer for the home team in song
348. Cheer in a battle of the bands
349. Cheer in sport.
350. Cheer on
351. Cheer on with "for"
352. Cheer or type of beer
353. Cheer.
354. Chord base
355. Companion of branch.
356. Consideration for a spelling bee competitor
357. Core
358. Cry "rah!"
359. Cube ___
360. Deftones song about a tree system?
361. Dental anchor
362. Dental canal
363. Dictionary information
364. Dig (around)
365. Dig about
366. Dig around
367. Dig for truffles
368. Diplomat Elihu
369. Edible part of a carrot or radish
370. Elihu ___.
371. Elihu ___: 18451937
372. Elihu the statesman
373. Elihu.
374. Entrench
375. Equation answer perhaps
376. Eradicate with "out"
377. Essential part
378. Essential part.
379. Establish.
380. Etymology concern
381. Etymology info
382. Etymon.
383. Extirpate with "out"
384. Fans do it!
385. Fans do this too
386. Feature of the mangrove.
387. File system's master directory
388. Fix firmly.
389. Flower holder?
390. Follicle filler
391. Forage as a pig
392. Forest trail hazard
393. Former Secretary of State Elihu
394. Foundation
395. Fountainhead
396. Fundamental
397. Fundamental cause
398. Fundamental part
399. Fundamental source
400. GENESIS
401. Ginger or taro e.g.
402. Ginger e.g.
403. Ginseng or ginger e.g.
404. Ginseng or ginger for example
405. Ginseng for one
406. Give support
407. Grub
408. Hair extension?
409. Hair piece?
410. Heart
411. Herbicide's target
412. Horseradish sauce source
413. Horseradish source
414. Horseradish e.g.
415. Implant
416. It grows beneath the surface
417. It may be square or dug up
418. It may dig in deep
419. It may form underground connections
420. It might be square
421. It's below the surface
422. Jicama or ginger
423. Join the cheer
424. Kind of beer
425. Kind of beer.
426. Kind of note
427. Larch part
428. Lend support
429. Licorice e.g.
430. Licorice for one
431. Look for truffles
432. Love of money to all evil
433. Make good cheer?
434. Mandrake's specialty.
435. Mandrake e.g.
436. Mandrake for one
437. Money vis-a-vis evil
438. Most important part of a carrot or turnip plant
439. Musician origin
440. Nobel Peace Prize winner Elihu
441. Oak's "foot"
442. Organic anchor
443. Origin.
444. Orris for example.
445. Parsnip <P>e.g.
446. Parsnip e.g.
447. Part of a carrot
448. Part of a hair
449. Part of a plant
450. Part of a plant or tooth
451. Part of a radish
452. Part of an underground network
453. Partner of branch.
454. Pigs do it
455. Plant base
456. Plant holder
457. Plant holder?
458. Plant part.
459. Plant's underground part
460. Poke (around)
461. Prefix follower
462. Quadratic formula solution
463. Radish e.g.
464. Radish or carrot e.g.
465. Radish or radix.
466. Radish part
467. Radish e.g.
468. Radish for one
469. Radish for one.
470. Radix botanically
471. Rummage
472. Rummage (around)
473. Rummage (through)
474. Rummage for truffles
475. Rummage for truffles e.g.
476. Rummage through
477. Rusted ___
478. Sarsaparilla e.g.
479. Sassafras e.g.
480. Say "Go team!"
481. Search (around)
482. Search about
483. Secretary of State 190509.
484. Sequoia support
485. Shag Down Under
486. Show bias
487. Show partiality
488. Show support in a way
489. Show team support
490. Sidewalk cracker
491. Sidewalk-destroying part of a tree
492. Sing a fight song say
493. Solution to an equation perhaps
494. Source.
495. Square ___
496. Square closer
497. Stomp your feet and shout perhaps
498. Supply support
499. Support goals e.g.
500. Support the home team (thrice in song)
501. Support your team!
502. Support with "for"
503. Take 5 clue 1
504. Taro e.g.
505. Taro for example
506. The C in a C major chord for example
507. The Gaelic "uisge beatha " meaning "water of life " for "whiskey"
508. The start of something bigger
509. Tooth or hair part
510. Tree anchor
511. Tree part
512. Try for truffles
513. Tuber
514. Turnip e.g.
515. Turnip for one
516. Type of beer
517. Type of beer served at the Ratty
518. Type of canal in a dentist's office
519. Ultimate source
520. Underground development
521. Underground network
522. Underground supporter
523. Unearth with "up"
524. Unrestricted user account on a computer
525. Vegetable variety
526. Vegetate
527. Weakest of beers
528. What fans do.
529. What the home fans do
530. Where it all comes from
531. Where one might need a canal
532. Willow's water supplier
533. Word after ginger or square
534. Word before "beer" or "vegetable"
535. Word element.
536. Word sung three times before "for the home team" in "Take Me Out to the Ball Game"
537. Word with "ginger" or "square"
538. Word with canal or beer
539. Word with square or cube (4)
540. Yam or carrot
541. Yam or turnip
542. Yam for one
543. Yell at a bowl
544. ___ beer
545. ___ canal (dental operation)
546. ___ canal (dental procedure)
547. ___ mean square (statistics calculation)
548. ___ out (dig up).
549. ___ vegetables
550. i for -1
551. Composer of "Battle Cry of Freedom"
552. Encourage a team by cheering: Slang
553. Statesman named Elihu
554. Peace price winner of 1912
555. Cheer the team
556. See 15 Down
557. Any member of the "Tonight Show" band, e.g.
558. Carrot, for one
559. Rummage for truffles, e.g.
560. ____ Canal
561. Ring element
562. Parsnip <P>e.g.
563. Ferrets with out
564. Radish e.g.
565. Fan
566. Origins
567. Beginnings
568. The start of something big?
569. Some edible parts
570. 1976 best seller
571. Pop flavor
572. Double Dutch item
573. Genealogy
574. Bleacher occupant
575. Alex Haley bestseller
576. Digs like pigs
577. Pig or sports fan, at times
578. Using the process of elimination
579. Alex Haley classic
580. Float ingredient
581. Snagged with a lariat
582. Turnip or carrot
583. Turnip or rutabaga
584. Barq's or Dad's
585. Unpleasant dental procedure
586. See 53-Down
587. Lasso
588. Rummaged
589. Lineage
590. Hillbilly's belt
591. Lariat
592. Weapon in Clue
593. It's fit to be tied
594. One thrown at a rodeo
595. Get rid of
596. SKIP IT
597. Lasso wielder
598. See 38-Down
599. Dogie catchers
600. Backing
601. Alex Haley epic
602. Riveting woman?
603. Parks on a bus
604. Pistol, in old slang
605. Attar source
606. Optimistic
607. Baloney
608. Upbeat
609. Suitor's gift
610. Santa --, California
611. Revolver, in old slang
612. 'The Barber of Seville' composer
613. Pasta choice
614. Honshu honorific
615. Did ranch work
616. Like tubers
617. Hitchcock classic
618. Lanyard
619. Piece of rodeo gear
620. Rodeo performer
621. Like sod
622. It may be skipped
623. Cheer on, with "for"
624. Dig through
625. Alex Haley book and miniseries
626. Sarsaparilla, e.g.
627. Greenhouse problem
628. Miniseries nominated for 37 Emmys
629. Stands occupant
630. Crop destroyer
631. Endodontist's treatment
632. Dad's product
633. Man is a ___ stretched between the animal and the superman.—Nietzsche.
634. Secretary of State under Roosevelt.
635. Secretary of War, 1899–1904.
636. Firmly implanted.
637. Solidly based.
638. Shouts for: Slang.
639. Radicel.
640. The fans.
641. Composer of "The Battle Cry of Freedom."
642. Elihu ___, Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1912.
643. Member of the cheering section.
644. Stem.
645. Elihu and others.
646. Encourage a team by cheering: Slang.
647. Peace price winner of 1912.
648. Statesman named Elihu.
649. Sandburg's "___ Stories" for children.
650. Cheer the team.
651. T. R.'s Secretary of State.
652. Sandburg's "___ Stories."
653. Established.
654. Extirpate (with "out").
655. New York's Elihu.
656. Part of a plant.
657. Support zealously: Slang.
658. Statesman Elihu.
659. Firmly established.
660. Poke around.
661. ___ beer.
662. Fan.
663. Old grad at a Bowl game.
664. Carbonated drink.
665. Extirpated.
666. Rah-rah boys.
667. Orris, for example.
668. Secretary of State, 1905–09.
669. Soft drink.
670. Based firmly.
671. Radish, for one.
672. Storage place, old style.
673. Beverage
674. 10-Down target
675. Square __
676. Support zealously: Slang
677. New York's Elihu
678. Establish
679. Extirpate (with "out")
680. Origin of botany?
681. Poke around
682. Companion of branch
683. ___ out (dig up)
684. Base
685. Word element
686. Fix firmly
687. Cheer in sport
688. Mandrake's specialty
689. Orris, for example
690. Feature of the mangrove
691. Secretary of State, –
692. Branch's partner
693. Etymon
694. Money, vis-à-vis evil
695. Elihu ___: –
696. U.S. Sec. of State: -
697. Secretary of State: -
698. Ginger or daikon
699. Plant stabilizer
700. Part that's aboveground on a mangrove tree