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# Clue
1. Do rodeo work
2. Ali's ___-a-dope
3. Jackstay
4. Funambulist's surface
5. Product from sisal
6. Manila, for one
7. Ring appurtenance
8. Bobstay
9. Hawser, e.g.
10. Do ranch work
11. Bell attachment
12. Lariat or riata
13. Kind of dancer or walker
14. ___ in (dupe)
15. Glider-towplane link
16. Tower's item
17. Use a lariat
18. Funambulist's footing
19. String around a ring
20. Funambulist's need
21. This can put you in a bind
22. Espadrille-sole feature
23. Hitchcock film: 1948
24. Halyard
25. Towing gear
26. Prop for Rogers
27. Guy, e.g.
28. With 6-Down, Ali maneuver
29. Hitchcock nail-biter
30. Velvet barrier
31. Noose maker
32. Weapon in the game Clue
33. Catch rodeo-style
34. Composition of some ladders
35. Part of a climber's gear
36. Weapon for Colonel Mustard
37. A pro wrestler might jump from the top one
38. Cowpoke's coil
39. Lifesaver attachment
40. Part of a boxing ring barrier
41. Plaything that's skipped
42. Rock climber's aid
43. What's tugged in a tug-of-war
44. Sailor's sheet
45. 1948 Hitchcock film
46. What will you use?
47. Weapon for Professor Plum
48. Halyard or hawser
49. It may be used by Professor Plum
50. Weapon choice for Professor Plum
51. Potential weapon for Professor Plum
52. Tug of war need
53. Weapon for Mrs. Peacock
54. *Hitch material, and one of ten one-word movies in this puzzle directed by the honoree
55. It may be used in the conservatory
56. One of the weapons in Clue
57. Classic piece of gym class equipment
58. Boxing ring encloser
59. Burn cause, at times
60. Boxing ring barrier
61. Tie or lanyard
62. Catch a steer
63. __ off (partition)
64. Heavy cord
65. You can get tied up in one
66. Pappelling need
67. Anchor attachment, perhaps
68. Snag, as dogies
69. ___ off: enclose
70. Boxing ring boundary
71. 1948 Alfred Hitchcock thriller
72. Reata material
73. You can get tied up in it
74. Double Dutch need
75. Suck (in)
76. Cruise line?
77. Just skip it
78. The "sheet" in "three sheets to the wind"
79. Ship's sheet
80. What some kids skip
81. One of two needed for double Dutch
82. Hitchcock film based on the Leopold and Loeb case
83. Early Hitchcock film
84. Catch calves
85. Experimental Hitchcock film
86. Style of gold chain
87. Dogie-catching tool
88. Tug-of-war gear
89. Rocky Balboa skipped it
90. Sheet in a regatta
91. It's often skipped
92. Line at the dock
93. Ring barrier
94. Leeway metaphor
95. Mustard weapon, possibly
96. Partition, with "off"
97. One often thrown from a horse
98. It may be skipped
99. One may be tied around a saddle horn
100. You can skip it
101. Climbing gear
102. Rodeo prop
103. Something to climb
104. Marina moorer
105. Rodeo necessity
106. Tug-of-war equipment
107. Rodeo throw
108. Heavy gold chain
109. Catch, as calves
110. Catch, as cattle
111. Thick cord
112. Jump or skip finish
113. Tying material
114. One may be skipped
115. Calhoun of TV's "The Texan"
116. Basic way up a slope
117. Flower genus that's also a woman's name
118. Civil rights pioneer Parks
119. Parks who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom
120. *Braided floor covering
121. Suspended ore conveyor, e.g.
122. Like thick vines
123. Miss Julie composer Ned
124. 1976 Pulitzer winner for "Air Music"
125. Parks in front of a bus?
126. Parks with no intention of moving
127. Successfully lure
128. Whitman Cantata composer
129. Children's author Asquith
130. Gift on el 14 de febrero
131. Test that's done in ink
132. Gilmore Girls girl
133. Golfer McIlroy
134. Potato pancake from Bern
135. Moulin _____
136. 'William Tell' composer
137. Some soon-to-be flowers
138. Kennedy picked out nylons?
139. Grow rancid
140. Egypt's -- Stone
141. W. Axl ___
142. Van Morrison "One Irish ___"
143. Sigur __
144. '82 Toto smash
145. DMX's original label ___ Ryders
146. She takes a backseat to no one?
147. Sub or Santa chaser
148. 1937 film scored by Cole Porter
149. Broadway Danny _____ (1984)
150. They ring rings
151. What a rookie has to learn?
152. Bonheur or Parks
153. First name in sitting still for justice?
154. After sub, it's cloak-and-dagger
155. Gordimer girl
156. With a sub in front, it's cloak-and-dagger
157. Orlando's love in "As You Like It"
158. Civil rights movement figure
159. Parks of 1955 headlines
160. Rodeo feat
161. Test with blots
162. Snag with a lasso
163. Tug-of-war necessity
164. His 1948 film
165. Hitchcock hit
166. Tug-of-war need
167. Catch cattle
168. Hitchcock film starring James Stewart
169. Macramأ© medium
170. Tug-of-war item
171. Climber's cord
172. Mountaineering need
173. Mooring cord
174. Snare material
175. Ratline
176. Roundup gear
177. Cordage item
178. Involve, with "in"
179. String's big brother
180. Word for a cheap cigar
181. ___ in (entice)
182. Hawser
183. Lanyard
184. Hogtie
185. Hitchcock thriller: 1948
186. Lasso material
187. 1948 Hitchcock nail-biter
188. Hillbilly's belt
189. Caught on the ranch
190. Cowboy at roundup
191. Rodeo entrants
192. Cheesy TV detective show, with "The"?
193. Caught, with "in"
194. Buntlines, e.g.
195. Not pouring smoothly, as a liquid
196. Boxing-ring encloser
197. Hitchcock classic
198. Cowpoke's gear
199. Noose material
200. Piece of rodeo gear
201. Hemp product
202. Clothesline
203. It's fit to be tied
204. See 66 Across
205. Wild West show prop
206. Pulley part
207. Hitchcock's first color film
208. Lasso, e.g.
209. Weapon in Clue
210. Weapon in the game "Clue"
211. Wrestling ring encloser
212. Enclose, with "off"
213. Lassoer's cord
214. Cord
215. Lifeguard's equipment
216. Riata
217. Equipment of Jack Ketch
218. Man is a ___ stretched between the animal and the superman—Nietzsche
219. Groped around for fastening
220. Lasso
221. SKIP IT
222. Hitchcock film
223. Lariat
224. Lifeline, maybe
225. Cowboy's aid
226. Hitchcock thriller
227. Snare, in a way
228. Use a lasso on
229. Hitchcock title
230. Catch, in a way
231. Mountain-climbing aid
232. Hitchcock classic seemingly filmed in one continuous take
233. It might be skipped
234. Part of a bell tower
235. Lariat material
236. 1948 Hitchcock thriller
237. It's pulled on a pulley
238. Lifesaving equipment
239. 1948 Alfred Hitchcock film thriller based on a stage play by Patrick Hamilton
240. Cable is part of property
241. Mountain climber's equipment
242. Hemp
243. Tangle
244. Twisted strings of pearls
245. Ratlin
246. Cheap cigar
247. Cowboy's equipment
248. "Clue" weapon
249. "What will you use?"
250. 'Clue' weapon
251. (missing clue)
252. *Hitch material and one of ten one-word movies in this puzzle directed by the honoree
253. 1948 James Stewart film
254. 1948 Jimmy Stewart thriller
255. 1948 film that looks to have been filmed in one shot
256. 345 or 67J in pan
257. A kid might skip it
258. Aerialist's need
259. Anchor attachment
260. Anchor attachment perhaps
261. Bell ___ (campanologist's handful)
262. Block and tackle part
263. Blue October "Jump ___"
264. Bola
265. Bowline e.g.
266. Boxing barrier
267. Braided "Clue" weapon
268. Braided cord
269. Breakdown item tow ___ (4)
270. Burn cause at times
271. Clue weapon
272. Cable
273. Cable alternative
274. Cable.
275. Calf catcher
276. Camping necessity
277. Candlestick alternative
278. Candlestick alternative in a classic game
279. Capture as a calf
280. Carabiner insert
281. Catch a cayuse
282. Catch in a way
283. Catch as calves
284. Catch as cattle
285. Catch as livestock
286. Catch in a way
287. Catch rodeo-style
288. Cattle catcher
289. Cattle-catching gear
290. Certain jumper's need
291. Cheap cigar: Slang.
292. Clash "Give 'Em Enough ___"
293. Classic strategy in the boxing ring
294. Climbing wall equipment
295. Clothesline.
296. Coax
297. Coil component
298. Cordon (off)
299. Cow catcher
300. Cowboy gear
301. Cowboy tool
302. Cowboy's gear
303. Cowboy's need
304. Cowpoke's lasso
305. Do a rodeo job.
306. Do ranch work.
307. Dogie catcher
308. Double Dutch gear
309. Double Dutch item
310. Double Dutch necessity
311. Dude ranch object
312. Dude ranch prop
313. Dupe with "in"
314. Early Clash album "Give 'Em Enough ___"
315. Early Hitchcock movie
316. Enclose with "off"
317. Ensnare with "in"
318. Entice with "in"
319. Entice with "in."
320. Funambulist's tool
321. Gallows sight
322. Game of Clue weapon
323. Get a dogie
324. Green weapon at times
325. Guy e.g.
326. Halter
327. Hanging requirement
328. Hawser e.g.
329. Hawser for one
330. Hawser.
331. Hitchcock classic starring Jimmy Stewart
332. Hitchcock film (1948) based on the Leopold and Loeb case
333. Hitchcock movie
334. Hitchcock movie about a thrill killing
335. Hitchcock's 1948 film
336. Hitchcock's first Technicolor film
337. Hobo's belt
338. Hog-tie.
339. Houdini essential
340. Involve with 'in'
341. It can be a lifesaver
342. It gets jumped
343. It may be looped for a throw
344. It may be used by Colonel Mustard
345. It might be skipped at school
346. It's often skipped at school
347. It's skipped at playgrounds
348. It's tugged on in a tug-of-war
349. It's used by a sailor to make a cleat hitch
350. Jump or tight follower
351. Jumper's need
352. Jungle bridge material
353. Kids skip it
354. Kind of ladder
355. Kind of trick.
356. Knotted Clue weapon
357. Ladder material
358. Lanyard.
359. Lariat e.g.
360. Lasso e.g.
361. Lasso for example
362. Latitude
363. Leash
364. Leeway
365. Leeway to make mistakes metaphorically
366. Lifeline maybe
367. Lifesaving item
368. Line
369. Line drive
370. Line on a boat
371. Line.
372. Macram material
373. Macrame medium
374. Makeup of some ladders
375. Manila for one
376. Marline.
377. Material for a rock climber's harness
378. Material for some ladders
379. Metaphorical tool with which to let people make their own mistake
380. Mooring line
381. Mountain climber's lifeline
382. Mountain climber's need
383. Mountaineer's need
384. Mountaineer's need.
385. Mountaineering gear
386. Museum barrier
387. Mustard weapon possibly
388. Nautical line
389. Need for tug-of-war
390. Noose necessity
391. Object in gym class
392. Object looped on a cowboy's saddle
393. One getting clogged on the skin
394. One thrown at a rodeo
395. Only Clue weapon not made out of metal
396. Painter
397. Painter.
398. Parade balloon handler's handful
399. Parents may feel they're at the end of it
400. Part of a hangman drawing
401. Part of a pulley
402. Part of a ring's boundary
403. Part of a tire swing
404. Partition with "off"
405. Pinata need
406. Piton insert
407. Place for a bight
408. Plastic Clue weapon
409. Plastic weapon in Clue
410. Plum choice perhaps
411. Possible weapon for Professor Plum
412. Product made from Cannabis Sativa
413. Prop for Will Rogers
414. Rappeller's need
415. Rappelling gear
416. Retrieve a dogie
417. Riata e.g.
418. Ring border
419. Ring boundary
420. Ring element
421. Ring side
422. Rock climber's equipment
423. Rock climber's gear
424. Rock climber's need
425. Rock climber's tool
426. Rock climbing gym need
427. Rock-climbing gear
428. Rock-climbing need
429. Rocket From the Crypt "On a ___"
430. Rodeo accessory
431. Rodeo gear
432. Rodeo item
433. Rodeo tool
434. Rodeo whirler
435. Sailing necessity
436. Scratching post material
437. Sheet or line
438. Sisal product
439. Skip it!
440. Skipper's line
441. Skipper's object
442. Skipping ___.
443. Small skin opening
444. Snag doggies
445. Snag dogies
446. Snag nags
447. Snag as dogies
448. Snare as a dogie
449. Snare in a way
450. Soap holder
451. Something to skip
452. Something to skip for exercise
453. Something to skip or climb
454. Something to skip?
455. Sometimes-velvet barrier
456. Stewart-Granger film
457. Sting "Dead Man's ___"
458. String of pearls e.g.
459. String of pearls.
460. String as of pearls.
461. Strong cord
462. Stuck to
463. Support for a tire swing
464. The 'sheet' in 'three sheets to the wind'
465. The only 'Clue' weapon whose token is made from plastic
466. Thin White ___
467. Tie in a way.
468. Tire swing part
469. Tool for a funambulist
470. Tool for catching a calf
471. Tool for cowboys and sailors
472. Trapeze supporter
473. Tug of war requirement
474. Tug-of-war cord
475. Tug-of-war item.
476. Tug-of-war requirement
477. Twisted murder weapon in Clue?
478. Twisted string as of pearls.
479. Twisted stuff
480. Type of bridge and a hint to the puzzle theme
481. Type of gold chain
482. Used in some necking parties.
483. Wall-climbing equipment
484. Weapon in the game of Clue
485. What Blue October jumps for exercise?
486. What may be high and tight
487. Will Rogers prop
488. Will Rogers' prop
489. Wrangler's tool
490. You can skip it?
491. You can tie somebody up with this
492. You may skip it
493. ___ in (lure)
494. ___ off (partition)
495. Material for a kind of ladder
496. Tug of war item
497. Hawser, for one
498. Catch, as livestock
499. Catch, rodeo-style
500. Capture, as a calf
501. String of pearls e.g.
502. Lassoed
503. More stringy
504. El ____
505. Poll master
506. Macram material
507. Cowboy at times
508. Boxers' borders
509. Cowboy, sometimes
510. Three's Company landlord
511. Captured at a 64-Across
512. Boxer's refuge, perhaps
513. Pollster Elmo
514. What trainees need to learn
515. Parks that made history
516. Caught by a lasso
517. Three's Company spinoff (with "The")
518. Candlestick alternative, in a classic game
519. What tyros must learn
520. Emergency exit, for some
521. Snagged at a rodeo
522. Part of a ring perimeter
523. Snare, as a dogie
524. Snared at a rodeo
525. More wiry
526. Most fibrous
527. Like some muscles
528. Lures
529. Stringy
530. Gilmore Girls daughter
531. Civil rights figure Parks
532. Composer Ned
533. Simple ski lift
534. Caught at a 41-Down
535. El ___ (cheap cigar, slangily)
536. Actor Calhoun
537. Parks in 1955 news
538. Viscous
539. Bertha composer
540. Santa ___, Calif.
541. Know the ___
542. Recruits
543. Ned who composed "Air Music"
544. Cheap booze
545. More promising
546. Jonsi Birgisson band Sigur ___
547. Dissolute one
548. Awaken
549. Bandleader Edmundo
550. Historic Parks
551. Parks of Montgomery
552. Parks on a bus
553. Rodeo entrant
554. Cowboys
555. Fibrous
556. Secured, with "off"
557. Entice
558. Lasso, for example
559. Dupe, with "in"
560. Tug-of-war mishap
561. Caught with a lasso
562. Composer who wrote "Knowing When to Stop"
563. It's high-strung, but hangs loose
564. Enclosed, in a way
565. Entice, with "in"
566. Gym climber's woe
567. Short-lived spinoff that debuted in March 1979, with "The"
568. See 68-Across
569. Equipment of Jack Ketch.
570. Dewy.
571. Mountain climber's equipment.
572. Authority on public-opinion surveys.
573. Lassoed.
574. Opinion-poller Elmo.
575. Cheap cigar.
576. Cowboy's equipment.
577. Ratlin.
578. Twisted strings of pearls.
579. Caught with a lasso.
580. Material for a kind of ladder.
581. Product from sisal.
582. Hog-tied.
583. Mountaineer's equipment.
584. Tug of war item.
585. Cowboy adjunct.
586. Towing gear.
587. Tie up.
588. Lasso.
589. Twisted string, as of pearls.
590. Inveigle: Slang.
591. Stay or shroud.
592. Caught cattle.
593. Inveigled: Slang.
594. Tied.
595. See 5 Across.
596. Lasso man.
597. Tie, in a way.
598. Caught, in a way.
599. String, as of pearls.
600. Acrobatic feat.
601. Hog-tied
602. Entice, with "in."
603. Cowboy.
604. Mountaineer's equipment
605. Cowboy adjunct
606. Tie up
607. Hog-tie
608. Twisted string, as of pearls
609. Stay or shroud
610. Skipping ___
611. String, as of pearls
612. String of pearls
613. See
614. Kind of trick
615. Tie, in a way
616. Do a rodeo job
617. Hitchcock thriller:
618. Hitchcock film:
619. Weapon that Professor Plum might use