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# Clue
1. Portuguese export
2. Acronym for U.S.-U.S.S.R. talks
3. Make one's ___ (earn money) (4)
4. One form of quinine
5. Seagoer
6. ___ away (save)
7. U.S.-U.S.S.R. negotiations
8. U.S.-U.S.S.R. talks
9. Shaker filler
10. Vet on the wet
11. Subject of U.S.S.R.-U.S. talks
12. Book by Herbert Gold
13. Quinine is one
14. Gold novel
15. Pungent humor
16. Quinine byproduct
17. Problem for Reagan
18. Snow melter
19. Pungent wit
20. Shaker grains
21. Marine vet
22. Ice melter
23. Arms-talk acronym
24. 'Tis the seasoning to be chary of
25. Costain's "Below the ___"
26. Halite
27. MSG, e.g.
28. Old tar
29. NaCl
30. River in Ariz.
31. Sinbad or Popeye
32. Treaty of 1972
33. U.S.-Soviet arms pact
34. Utah's Great ___ Lake
35. Tar or condiment
36. 'Tis the season to be chary
37. Do certain road work
38. Word with box or flat
39. No-no of some diets
40. It can sting
41. agreement, for short
42. Margarita need
43. Theme of this puzzle, found in the answers to 21-, 26-,and 52-Across
44. It may be shaken
45. S on a dining table
46. Brining need
47. Skeptic's grain
48. Source of some cures
49. It may be added in a dash
50. Pretzel topper
51. Margarita feature
52. Stash (away)
53. A dash, maybe
54. Focaccia topping
55. "S" shaker
56. Seaman found in the cellar
57. Theme of this puzzle, found in the answers to 21-, 26-, 44- and 52-Across
58. Cook's pinch
59. Icy road application
60. Winter road treatment
61. Miso paste ingredient
62. Soy sauce ingredient
63. Stuff in a shaker
64. Winter road sprinkle
65. Pepper partner
66. Lick stuff
67. Dietary no-no, for some
68. It may be in a pinch
69. White hair, in an expression
70. Spreader filler
71. When it rains, it pours product
72. Morton offering
73. Grains used in baking
74. Grains for diners
75. Lot's wife, ultimately
76. Grains used by pretzel makers
77. Grains in the kitchen
78. It may be what's shaking
79. It might be found in a cellar
80. Icy road sprinkle
81. Pinch in the bakery
82. Shaker sprinkle
83. Thousand Island dressing ingredient
84. Coating for the rim of a margarita glass
85. Sprinkle from a shaker
86. DJ Spinderella collaborator
87. Kitchen sprinkle
88. Seasoning and preservative
89. Shake it out
90. NaCI
91. Seadog
92. Popcorn add-on
93. Soluble compound
94. Presevative
95. Tar; swabby
96. Tear content
97. Grains in a shaker
98. Tar on the deck
99. White grain, maybe
100. Condiment for French fries
101. Nuclear treaty acronym
102. Word after rock or sea
103. It melts the ice
104. Mrs. Pepper's husband's last name, on "Blue's Clues"
105. Condiment for fries
106. It's shaken out
107. Potato chip seasoning
108. Hardly a landlubber
109. It may be found in a pinch
110. With 64-Across, Utah phenomenon
111. Movie theater freebie
112. NaCl, to a layman
113. Fries flavoring
114. No landlubber
115. Attic ___ (wit)
116. Popcorn additive
117. Stuff in the cellar?
118. Shaken crystals
119. 2010 Jolie title role
120. Wound irritant
121. Commodity used as a currency in ancient Rome
122. De-icing substance
123. 2010 Angelina Jolie thriller
124. Dash in many recipes
125. Pretzel coating
126. Pretzel ingredient
127. Tar on deck
128. Dash for a recipe, maybe
129. Dietary no-no, sometimes
130. It can be helpful in a pinch
131. Old man of the sea
132. Skeptic's grain?
133. It may be used in a pinch
134. 2010 Angelina Jolie spy film
135. Curing substance
136. Eggs sprinkling
137. Fries seasoning
138. Crystals in a shaker
139. Icy-road application
140. Word with lake or lick
141. Frequent fast food flavoring
142. Fries sprinkling
143. Rock __
144. Word after sea or before Lake
145. With 39-Across and 61-Down, metropolis near the Wasatch Range (2002)
146. Tar on the ocean
147. Basic food preservative
148. Brine has a lot of it
149. Jolie 2010 title role
150. Pinch at the table
151. Common condiment
152. Popcorn seasoning
153. Sharp wit
154. Table condiment
155. Shaker stuff
156. Corn sprinkling
157. Steak seasoning
158. Ancient food preservative
159. Pepper alternative
160. Pretzel covering
161. Road-ice treatment
162. Ancient Roman money
163. Pepper's mate
164. You may find it in a pinch
165. Household compound
166. Edible rock
167. Premium product
168. ___ Sea of California's Sonoran Desert
169. Like some sailors' language
170. Oppressive measure that helped spark the French Revolution
171. Like most potato chips
172. Like fries, typically
173. More racy
174. Some landlocked bodies of water
175. With 15-Across, sites for some corals
176. Chili accompaniment, often
177. Seasons or deices
178. Puts (away), as for safekeeping
179. *Boardwalk offering
180. Mutely showed respect
181. What gobs take in
182. Treated for preservation, maybe
183. 1970s pact partly negotiated in Helsinki
184. California's ___ Sea (rift lake)
185. Greyhound lookalike
186. Enterprise for Morton
187. Gandhi marched to the sea to protest one
188. Full of oaths
189. Like sailors' talk
190. Seawater evaporation site
191. Skoal! alternative
192. Brackish coastal habitat
193. Grueling workplace, so to speak
194. The Lord of the Rings role
195. Cooke who sang "Twistin' the Night Away"
196. Treaty signed by Carter and Brezhnev
197. Snack item with a salient anagram?
198. Stows (away)
199. Black Magic Woman band
200. Home to a beloved chicken
201. 'I Am --' ('01 film)
202. Houston or Huff
203. Reindeer-herding dog
204. City in western CA
205. Emma of 'Delirious'
206. Persistent Dr. Seuss character
207. Polynesian island group
208. No time is a good time for goodbyes Starship song
209. Rested at a boring show
210. Santana "Written in ___"
211. The Who "Sea and ___"
212. Jimmy Buffett might lose one on his boat
213. Ivory towers
214. Abrahams's wife: Var.
215. Mr. Universe's favorite amateur sport?
216. Cheers character Malone
217. Bath add-ins
218. Rock and table, for two
219. Old sailor's demeanor?
220. Finger-pointing uncle
221. Uncle in a top hat
222. Danson's classic character
223. Saved, as a shipwreck
224. Highway department supply in the Northeast
225. Source of dietary sodium
226. Bonneville ___ Flats
227. Staple on a table
228. Seasoning symbolizing protection
229. World Food Programme basket offering
230. Add seasoning
231. Ocean tang
232. __ 'N' Pepper
233. Tear ingredient
234. Icy road application, perhaps
235. What Lot's wife turned into
236. Chip seasoning
237. Pretzel topping
238. Hide (away)
239. It's often iodized
240. Margarita option
241. Margarita specification
242. It's often pinched
243. Road deicer
244. Soup seasoning
245. It always gets in a pickle
246. Stuff that might be pinched for a recipe
247. Feature of Utah flats
248. Below the ___
249. Cooking need
250. Dead Sea feature
251. Save, with "away"
252. Cellar occupant
253. Dead Sea contents
254. Lake or lick
255. Word with marsh or lick
256. Brine feature
257. Cellar or lick
258. Lick or mines
259. Lox-maker's need
260. Peter or water
261. Shaker contents
262. Make one's ___ (earn money)
263. Recipe ingredient
264. What Lot's wife became
265. Something to pass
266. Seasoned seaman
267. Billy Budd, e.g.
268. Veteran sailor
269. Food seasoning
270. Veteran seaman
271. Soup crackers
272. Granada toast
273. Stored, with "away"
274. Where NaCl is collected
275. Shellbacks
276. Cheers! in Cherbourg
277. Noble one
278. Like many peanuts
279. 1972 pact
280. Seasoning
281. Pepper's partner
282. Western lake
283. Skeptic's seasoning?
284. Margarita extra
285. Margarita mineral
286. Bad thing to get in a wound
287. Shaker's contents
288. Sodium chloride
289. It's shaken at the table
290. Seasoned seagoer
291. Tar on a deck
292. Table staple
293. Shaker fill
294. Road crew's supply
295. Seasoned sailor
296. Tar
297. Preserve, in a way
298. Put (away)
299. A pinch, maybe
300. Stinger?
301. Curer
302. Margarita garnish
303. Margarita go-with
304. Margarita glass rim coating
305. Cracker coating
306. With 30-Across, they started in 1969
307. 1972 agreement, for short
308. Morton product
309. Popeye, e.g.
310. Ionic compound
311. Alum, for one
312. Dash in the kitchen
313. Highway department supply
314. Sounds of breathing (5)
315. Food or keep
316. Symbol of hospitality
317. ___ cellar
318. Jolly tar
319. Staple exported from Cathay
320. Attic ___
321. Sailor posed outside front of library
322. Last order for sailor
323. Great ___ Lake
324. Sea tang
325. Piquancy; wit
326. It is 26 per cent of sea water
327. Piquancy
328. The Roosevelt Dam is on this Arizona river
329. Condiment
330. Lot's wife's make-up
331. First word of Utah's capital
332. The taste of the sea
333. Pretzel seasoning
334. "Anyone worth their ___ would have known..."
335. "Needs more ___"
336. "Old" sailor
337. "S" on the dinner table
338. "Table" seasoning
339. "The Book of ___" (Monique Truong novel)
340. "The Price of ___" (novel that's the basis for the movie "Carol")
341. "When it rains it pours" product
342. "___ Peanuts" (Dizzy Gillespie tune)
343. "___ of the Earth" (1954)
344. "___ Fat Acid Heat"
345. "___ Fat Acid Heat" (Samin Nosrat cookbook)
346. 1972 agreement for short
347. A dash maybe
348. A pinch maybe
349. ABM accord
350. Add flavor
351. Add fraudulently
352. Add gold to a mine
353. Alt-rockers Veruca ___
354. Alum for one
355. Ancient mariner
356. Ancient mariner.
357. Ancient preservative
358. Arizona river
359. Arizona river.
360. Bad thing to put in a wound
361. Bagel topper
362. Bagel topping
363. Band of Horses "The Great ___ Lake"
364. Bitterly annoyed attitude in slang
365. Bonneville Flats product
366. Bonneville deposit
367. Bonneville's speed course surface
368. Bonneville's speed-course surface
369. Brine ingredient
370. Bromide or chloride
371. Bryan Ferry "River of ___"
372. C. G. Norris novel 1917.
373. Cache with "away"
374. Captain Hook or Kidd e.g.
375. Caramel addition in some ice cream flavors
376. Caramel seasoning
377. Cellar contents
378. Cellar contents.
379. Certain mine extraction
380. Chef's pinch
381. Chef's staple
382. Chemical compound.
383. Cheryl James : Sandra Denton :: ___ : Pepa
384. Chip coating
385. Chip flavoring
386. Chips or fries seasoning
387. Cod curer
388. Cold War treaty
389. Cold-war accord
390. Common preservative
391. Common seasoning
392. Common white substance
393. Condiment in a shaker
394. Condiment in shakers
395. Condiment.
396. Cook's dash
397. Corn.
398. Corning necessity
399. Cow lick?
400. Cracker topper
401. Cracker topping
402. Cure
403. Cure.
404. Curing agent
405. Curing need
406. Curing stuff
407. Dash for a recipe maybe
408. Dead Sea accumulation
409. Dead Sea harvest
410. Dead Sea killer?
411. Deice in a way
412. Deicer
413. Deicing option
414. Deicing stuff
415. Diet concern
416. Dietary no-no for some
417. Dietary no-no sometimes
418. Dieter's worry perhaps
419. Dinner sprinkling
420. Dinner table sight
421. Don't put it on a wound (ouch!)
422. Edible crystals
423. Edible from mines
424. Essential nutrient
425. Everything bagel topping
426. Experienced sailor
427. Experienced sailor in slang
428. Flavor
429. Flavor crystals
430. Flavor enhancer
431. Flavor for pretzels or caramel
432. Flavor.
433. Food or keep in various phrases.
434. Food preservative
435. Food preserver
436. Food with curing powers?
437. French fry seasoning
438. Give tang to.
439. Gob
440. Golden Ticket winner Veruca
441. Good Riddance's ice melter song?
442. Grain that you might take dubious information with (also food)
443. Grains in a pinch
444. Grains in most breads?
445. Grains in one's food
446. Granular seasoning
447. Grocery grains
448. Grocery item.
449. Highway department's winter supply
450. Ice melt
451. Icy road application perhaps
452. Ingredient in homemade ice cream
453. Ingredient in most potato chips
454. It contains some potassium iodide
455. It hurts more when lemon juice is involved
456. It may be Near or Far
457. It may be shaken out
458. It might be rubbed in a wound hopefully just metaphorically
459. It's found in a cellar
460. It's good in a pinch
461. It's in a pickle
462. It's in seawater
463. It's in the cellar
464. It's often passed
465. It's often used in a pinch
466. It's spread on snowy roads
467. It's sprinkled on a dish
468. It's sprinkled on icy roads
469. Jack-tar
470. Jolie action movie
471. Kind of bagel
472. Kind of mine
473. Kitchen crystals
474. Kitchen pinchful
475. Kitchen shaker's contents
476. Kitchen staple
477. Kitchen staple.
478. Licker's staple
479. Like Lot's love later
480. Lot's wife ultimately
481. MSG e.g.
482. Main man?
483. Major cause of auto rust (4)
484. Make less bland in a way
485. Margarita complement
486. Margarita enhancement
487. Margarita flavoring
488. Margarita glass coating
489. Margarita glass liner
490. Margarita glass rim coater
491. Margarita ingredient
492. Margarita rim garnish
493. Mariner
494. Mariner.
495. Measure of worth they say
496. Meat preservative
497. Mine product
498. Mine product.
499. Mine yield
500. Mineral that a New York state legislator sought to ban from restaurants
501. Mineral that can make coffee taste less bitter
502. Mineral that pizza is high in
503. Mineral that's eaten
504. Mississippi feeder
505. Mrs. Dash lacks it
506. Mrs. Pepper's husband's last name on "Blue's Clues"
507. NaCl to a layman
508. NaCl.
509. Natural deicer
510. Nautical man
511. Nautical man.
512. Nelson crew member
513. Nixon-Brezhnev treaty
514. No-no for some dieters
515. No-no in some diets
516. Nonproliferation treaty acronym
517. Northern road crew's supply
518. Ocean extract
519. Ocean feature
520. Old navy man
521. Old Navy man informally
522. Old ___
523. Old sailor
524. Old sailor.
525. Omelet topping
526. One claiming to have seen merfolk maybe
527. One reason dogs lick us is for this it's believed
528. Only commonly edible rock
529. Packet at a drive-thru
530. Part of the "everything" in an everything bagel
531. Partner of pepper
532. Pasta water additive
533. Pepa's partner
534. Pepper companion
535. Pepper mate
536. Pepper's counterpart
537. Pepper-and-___ (having a close mixture of black and white)
538. Phoenix's river
539. Pickle
540. Pickling ingredient
541. Pinch in the kitchen
542. Piquancy.
543. Popcorn topping
544. Popeye e.g.
545. Prankster's sugar substitute
546. Preservative
547. Preservative.
548. Preserve
549. Preserve (with "away").
550. Preserve pork
551. Preserve as pork
552. Preserve especially long ago
553. Preserve in a way
554. Preserve maybe
555. Preserve one way
556. Preserve perhaps
557. Preserving substance
558. Pretzel add-on
559. Pretzel grains
560. Pretzel granules
561. Prevalent condiment
562. Pungency
563. Pungency.
564. Pungent humor.
565. Pungent wit.
566. Put (away): Colloq.
567. Rappers -- -n-Pepa
568. Recipe item
569. Rim coating at times
570. Rim coating sometimes
571. River in Arizona site of Roosevelt dam.
572. River into the Gila.
573. River of Arizona.
574. River of Horse Mesa Dam.
575. River of Roosevelt Dam.
576. Road de-icer
577. Road spread in winter
578. Rock ___
579. Rock ___: halite
580. Sailor
581. Sammy Davis Jr. to Peter Lawford's Pepper
582. Save with "away"
583. Save with 'away'
584. Sea ___
585. Sea ___ (ingredient in gourmet potato chips)
586. Sea ___ (truffle topping)
587. Sea dog
588. Sea or rock e.g.
589. Sea-soning?
590. Seafarer
591. Seagoer.
592. Seagoing sort
593. Seaman
594. Season
595. Season in a way
596. Season sometimes
597. Season.
598. Seasonal addition?
599. Seasoner
600. Seasoning for fries
601. Seasoning in a shaker
602. Seasoning mentioned in "Margaritaville"
603. Seasoning.
604. Seawater component
605. Seawater substance
606. Shake it!
607. Shaken seasoning
608. Shaker condiment
609. Shaker contents perhaps
610. Shaker crystals
611. Shaker output
612. Shaker's contents sometimes
613. Sharpness of wit.
614. Sidewalk spread
615. Snack bar seasoning
616. Sodium
617. Soft pretzel topping
618. Sometimes-pink seasoning
619. Soup sprinkling
620. Squirrel (away)
621. Store (away)
622. Stuff in seawater
623. Stuff in shakers
624. Stuff sprinkled on icy roads
625. Stuff sprinkled on sidewalks
626. Subject of a Gandhi march
627. Tabasco ingredient
628. Table grains
629. Table item
630. Take each of the starred answers with a grain of it
631. Tar on the ocean?
632. Tar.
633. The only rock we eat
634. The white stuff?
635. Thirst-provoking.
636. Treat icy roads
637. Treat meat
638. Treaty acronym
639. Truffle fries topper
640. Typical pretzel topping
641. Veruca ___
642. Weapons talks briefly
643. What "S" may stand for on a dinner table
644. What Mrs. Dash lacks
645. What a bland meal may need
646. What a pinch might be
647. What seawater contains
648. What'll do in a pinch?
649. What's dissolved to create chlorine
650. What's shaking?
651. White grain maybe
652. White hair in an expression
653. White on rice?
654. White stuff in a kitchen
655. White stuff on the table
656. White stuff seen on the ground during a cold day
657. Why sea water is undrinkable
658. Winter cleanup street supply
659. Winter road application
660. Winter spread?
661. Winter sprinkle
662. Wit
663. Wit.
664. Word seen alongside "rock"
665. Word with sea or seasoned
666. Wound additive metaphorically
667. Wound worsener
668. ___ 'N' Pepper
669. ___ Lake City
670. ___ Lake City (site of the 2002 Winter Olympics)
671. ___ Ste. Marie Mich.
672. ___ away.
673. ___ away: cache
674. ___ lick
675. ___ lick (sodium source for livestock)
676. ___ of the earth
677. ___ spreader (snow-melting equipment... and the puzzle theme!)
678. ___-N-Pepa
679. ___-N-Pepa (rap group)
680. ___-and-pepper hair
681. River in Arizona, site of Roosevelt dam
682. Bad luck when spilled
683. River in Arizona
684. River of Horse Mesa Dam
685. Figuratively, piquancy
686. See 97-Across
687. Rim coating, sometimes
688. Shaker contents, perhaps
689. Shaker's contents, sometimes
690. Needs more ___
691. Like some peanuts
692. Wound additive metaphorically
693. ____ away: cache
694. Seasoned
695. They come in shakers
696. Argentine city
697. Brook trout
698. Crackers
699. Middle-aged hair color
700. A Keebler cracker
701. Turns codfish into bacalao
702. Some New England houses
703. Leaping
704. Like many nuts
705. Seasoned an ear
706. Preserver, of sorts
707. Dinner table combo
708. Shallow basin in a desert region
709. Like some peanuts and pretzels
710. Cracker type
711. Ingredient in many bar snacks
712. Exemplary one
713. Soup toss-in, perhaps
714. Pork preservative
715. Oceanfront atmosphere
716. Puts (away)
717. See 38-Across
718. Smelling things
719. Bambi author
720. Off-color
721. Seasons
722. Dirty
723. Homage
724. Private action?
725. Like most pretzels
726. Coarse, as language
727. Houston, for one
728. New Mexico's ___ Mountains
729. Director Peckinpah
730. Equal
731. Actress Emma
732. Part of Oceania
733. =-- Jacinto
734. ___ souci
735. ___ Miguel
736. Burgundy river
737. Rhone feeder
738. See 41 Across
739. Landlubbers' opposites
740. Soothing ointment
741. Wound application
742. Rick's pianist
743. Soup cracker
744. See 59-Across
745. Soup accompaniment
746. Place of drudgery
747. Like some nuts
748. Potato chip feature
749. Gobs
750. 62 Down melter
751. See 50 Down
752. More brackish
753. College half-year
754. More racy, as humor
755. Save
756. Butter buyer's option
757. Lively Italian dance with a hop step
758. Agreement signed in 1972 concerning ABMs
759. Missile pact of 1972
760. Topical application
761. Sodium chloride.
762. Undergo sudden change.
763. A game like halma.
764. Symbol of hospitality.
765. ___ cellar.
766. Maritime.
767. Preserved.
768. Staple exported from Cathay.
769. Making leaps and bounds.
770. Saline.
771. Argentine province.
772. Great ___ Lake.
773. It is 2.6 per cent of sea water.
774. Lot's wife's make-up.
775. Piquancy; wit.
776. Sea tang.
777. The taste of the sea.
778. Put in the bank, with "away."
779. River on which Roosevelt Dam is.
780. The Roosevelt Dam is on this Arizona river.
781. Game like halma.
782. Bad luck when spilled.
783. Cellar substance.
784. River in Arizona, site of Roosevelt dam.
785. River in Arizona.
786. Dead Sea phenomenon.
787. Contents of a shaker.
788. Figuratively, piquancy.
789. Seafarer.
790. Shaker.
791. Old ___.
792. Phoenix's river.
793. Season to taste.
794. Seasoned.
795. Popeye, for instance.
796. Pretzel sprinkling.
797. He wrote "Bambi."
798. Crystalline substance.
799. Sharp, pungent humor.
800. Source of chlorine.
801. ___ of the earth.
802. Musical direction for a violinist.
803. Part of a table setting.
804. Jumping.
805. Moves by jumps.
806. C. G. Norris novel, 1917.
807. Food or keep, in various phrases.
808. Work of art by Cellini, and others.
809. Saved (with "away").
810. Pertaining to dancing.
811. Leaping.
812. Kind of house.
813. Season, in a way
814. Rock __: halite
815. Pepper’s partner
816. Contents of a shaker
817. Season to taste
818. A source of chlorine
819. River of the Roosevelt Dam
820. River of Roosevelt Dam
821. Give tang to
822. Popeye, for instance
823. Pretzel sprinkling
824. What’s lacking in something unsavory?
825. Crystalline substance
826. Sharp, pungent humor
827. Source of chlorine
828. Chemical compound
829. Thirst-provoking
830. River of Arizona
831. River into the Gila
832. Food or keep, in various phrases
833. C G Norris novel,
834. Grocery item
835. Preserve (with "away")
836. Corn
837. Acronym for US-USSR talks
838. Treaty of
839. 2010 action film starring Angelina Jolie in the title role
840. White seasoning paired with pepper
841. '___, Fat, Acid, Heat'