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# Clue
1. Be in the lineup
2. False or head follower
3. Word on a maze puzzle
4. Kickoff or kick off
5. Word with up or head
6. Jerk or jump
7. Ending's antithesis
8. Follower of head or red
9. Sudden jolt
10. Maze entrance
11. Board-game word
12. Head follower
13. Sudden jump
14. "Gentlemen, ___ your engines"
15. "Get set, go!"
16. BEGIN: STEP UP
17. Show alarm
18. Word on many a button
19. Word on a maze
20. Takeclue 1
21. Move forward, or jump back
22. Brief fright
23. Dive in
24. Many solvers do it here
25. All the clues in this puzzle do this with 36-Across
26. Proctor's instruction
27. "Go" square in Monopoly, e.g.
28. Begin to jump
29. A sudden movement to begin with
30. Take 4, clue 1
31. Maze label
32. Jump into
33. Throw the first pitch
34. Found, e.g.
35. React in surprise
36. Game's beginning
37. Turn on the ignition
38. Appropriate word here?
39. Hit the trail
40. Select neighbor, on old controllers
41. Set moving
42. Maze entrance word
43. Maze entrance sign
44. Jump of surprise
45. First word in mazes
46. Read the first clue?
47. Turn the key
48. Act surprised
49. What first-stringers do
50. Word on an ignition button
51. Found, as a business
52. Boo! reaction
53. Race line
54. Surprised jerk
55. Button that gets things going
56. Jump __
57. Pencil maze instruction
58. Windows word
59. Big Windows button
60. Machine button
61. GENESIS
62. Kick off
63. Maze word
64. Not jump in too eagerly/Where the best sales promoter shops?
65. 1979 film with sequels II to VI
66. Cy Young had a record 815
67. Opening of
68. Have as an appetizer
69. Goes without nourishment
70. Tacky television transition
71. All, for a race organizer
72. Like a squirrel's acorns
73. Doesn't eat for a long while
74. 1991 sci-fi film sequel
75. Not bite off more than one can chew
76. Not exactly hit the ground running
77. Played from the tipoff, say
78. Recipients of venture capital
79. Obedience school shout (4)
80. Don't move! to Fido
81. ESPN no.
82. Ben Harper: "___ My Kisses"
83. How Ben Harper will get "Kisses"
84. AIDS, e.g.
85. Boiling byproduct
86. Part of S.O.P.
87. Cheney had one inserted
88. Now! in the emergency room
89. Snacks for leading ladies?
90. Overdo a fast
91. Training places? (Abbr.)
92. Hidden jewels, maybe
93. Deprive of nourishment
94. Board game word
95. Play ball!
96. Get down to business
97. Word at a maze entrance
98. Word for "beginning" that encloses four answers in this puzzle
99. Begin work on
100. Word on some buttons
101. Git-go
102. Wave a green flag, usually
103. Word with false or flying
104. Take step one
105. React suddenly
106. Set in operation
107. Sudden movement
108. Sudden reaction
109. Sudden move
110. Institute
111. Turn the ignition key
112. Flying or head
113. Square one
114. Set into motion
115. Gentlemen, ___ your engines
116. Outset
117. Get set, go!
118. Sprinter's concern
119. Cause to jump
120. Begin to nag
121. Race openers
122. Where Whirlaway waited
123. Begin
124. Set in motion
125. Instructions, part 3
126. Get busy
127. Boot up
128. Betray surprise
129. Square on many board games
130. It may be running or flying
131. Windows 98 icon
132. 1-Across, for many solvers
133. Get going on
134. Get underway
135. Be obviously taken by surprise, to begin with (5)
136. Admit
137. False ___
138. Skittish move
139. Get the ball rolling
140. Show fear
141. Get cracking
142. Commence
143. Turn on
144. Proctor
145. Windows button
146. Crank up
147. Get going
148. Be part of the opening lineup
149. Sign of fright
150. Possible result of a gunshot
151. Word next to an arrow, maybe
152. With 21-Across, begin from scratch
153. Word next to an arrow in a maze
154. Sudden fright
155. Jump involuntarily
156. Flow
157. Follow
158. Shock
159. Beginning
160. Jerk
161. Initiate
162. Wonder
163. Establish
164. Originate
165. Lead or handicap in a race
166. Point of departure
167. Nervous jerk
168. Begin small quiche
169. "--- the Revolution Without Me" (1970)
170. "Boo!" reaction
171. "Don't ___ with me" ("I've had it up to HERE")
172. "Gentlemen ___ your engines"
173. "Get set go!"
174. "Go" square in Monopoly e.g.
175. "Play ball!"
176. "Ready to ___" (Arcade Fire song)
177. "We Didn't ___ the Fire"
178. "We Didn't ___ the Fire" (Billy Joel song)
179. "___ Me Up"
180. "___ Me Up" (Stones classic)
181. "___ Me Up": Rolling Stones
182. "___ the Revolution Without Me" (1970)
183. "___ the Revolution Without Me" (Wilder film)
184. "___ your engines" (Indianapolis 500 directive)
185. 5 AM for many marathons
186. A shot might indicate it
187. Activate
188. Arcade game button
189. Baseball card info [Set in motion]
190. Be taken aback
191. Begin the game
192. Begin.
193. Beginning to give T. the leading role
194. Beginning.
195. Billy Joel's "We Didn't ___ the Fire"
196. Board game position
197. Board game square
198. Bolt
199. Break the ice
200. Brief shock
201. Button next to SELECT on an NES controller
202. Button on an old video game controller
203. Button word sometimes
204. Cause trouble
205. Commencement
206. Corn maze sign
207. Depart
208. Dive in so to speak
209. Draw back
210. Dryer button
211. Embark
212. Embark (on).
213. End the countdown
214. Fax machine button
215. Finish's opposite
216. Fire up
217. First inning.
218. First square of many board games
219. First square of some board games
220. First stage
221. First step.
222. First word of "New York New York"
223. First-stringers do it
224. Flinch
225. Flowchart cell
226. Flush
227. Found
228. Found as a business
229. Found e.g.
230. Found say
231. Frightened flinch
232. Genesis.
233. Gentlemen ___ your engines!
234. Get off
235. Get off the ground
236. Get the show on the road
237. Get things going
238. Get to work
239. Get under way
240. Get-go
241. Go first
242. Go into action.
243. Go on a Monopoly board e.g.
244. Gunshot at a track meet
245. Gunshot at a track meet?
246. Head or up follower
247. Host of "The Daily Show"
248. ImClone investor in the news
249. Inaugurate
250. Inaugurate.
251. Incept.
252. Inception
253. Initiate.
254. Instructions part 3
255. Introduction
256. Involuntary jerk
257. Jump
258. Jump ___
259. Jump accomplishment
260. Jump back maybe
261. Jump with surprise
262. Jump.
263. Kick in
264. Kickoff
265. Lead
266. Lead off
267. Lead or edge.
268. Little scare
269. Make a beginning
270. Make the first move
271. Make the first move.
272. Maze marking
273. Microwave button
274. Move forward or jump back
275. Move suddenly
276. Move suddenly.
277. Nintendo controller button
278. One end of a maze
279. One maze terminal...
280. Onset
281. Open
282. Opening
283. Origin
284. Originate.
285. Outset.
286. Pitch the first inning
287. Pitcher's assignment
288. Plunge in
289. Plunge in so to speak
290. Precedes up and over
291. Proctor's word
292. Put in operation.
293. Quiches e.g.
294. React to a scare
295. React to a sudden noise.
296. Recoil
297. Recoil suddenly
298. Select neighbor on a controller
299. Select neighbor on old controllers
300. Send off
301. Set forth
302. Set going.
303. Set in motion.
304. Set into action.
305. Set off
306. Set off for the hurdles
307. Set out
308. Set out.
309. Show surprise
310. Show surprise.
311. Shy
312. Sign on a Candy Land board
313. Spring up
314. Spring.
315. Square in many board games
316. Step one
317. Sudden jerk
318. Sudden involuntary jerk.
319. Take 4 clue 1
320. Take off
321. Take the first step
322. Takeoff.
323. Tap
324. Tee off
325. Test giver's announcement
326. The Duma-approved ___ II treaty
327. The Jam song of beginning?
328. Theater award
329. They Might Be Giants' "Don't Let's ___"
330. Tip off
331. Touch off
332. Turn a key perhaps
333. Twitch
334. Undertake
335. Wave a green flag usually
336. What some pitchers do
337. Where it all began
338. Where it all begins
339. Where to begin
340. Windows icon
341. Word after jump or kick
342. Word after running or flying
343. Word after running or jump
344. Word appearing by default on a menu before Vista
345. Word next to an arrow on a maze
346. Word next to an arrow maybe
347. Word on a Sorry! game board
348. Word on many buttons
349. Word on mazes
350. Word printed on mazes
351. Word with false or head
352. Xbox controller button
353. Zero hour
354. Zero hour e.g.
355. ___ date
356. ___ to Finish ("Home Matters" segment)
357. Frightened movement
358. Frightened movement
359. Pioneer
360. Zero hour, e.g.
361. Button word, sometimes
362. ___ the Revolution Without Me (1970)
363. Surprise
364. Begin disjointedly?
365. Shocked
366. On button
367. Frighten suddenly
368. Catch off guard
369. This puzzle's theme
370. Take up
371. They play the field
372. One often needing relief
373. Frightened suddenly
374. Kicked off
375. First beer container for the gang?
376. Plunge in, so to speak
377. Scare suddenly
378. Dive in, so to speak
379. Beginner's kit
380. Golf course workers
381. Established, as a business
382. First day on the job
383. Stagnant conditions
384. Hideaway
385. Narc's find
386. Go hungry
387. Depots: Abbr.
388. Squirrel away
389. Go without food
390. *What's in store
391. -
392. Space program
393. Hangs around
394. Sault -- Marie, MI
395. ESPN datum
396. ESPN figure
397. Linger
398. Shoplift
399. Sports figure?
400. End of the sign
401. L.I.R.R. stops
402. Famish
403. RR stops
404. Railroad stops (Abbr.)
405. Secret supply
406. Hidden supply
407. Hide away
408. Put away for a rainy day
409. Wondrous
410. Begins
411. Shook up
412. Quote, part 3
413. Overdo the diet
414. Amazing
415. See 34-Across
416. Begin chastising
417. Shake up
418. One on the mound in the first inning
419. Began modestly
420. Exhalation
421. They may make you jump
422. Tackled
423. Launches
424. Go back to square one
425. Sudden move.
426. Already in progress.
427. Nervous jerk.
428. Commenced.
429. Get off.
430. Began.
431. Jump or jerk.
432. Lineman deluxe.
433. Car mechanism.
434. Commence.
435. Elevator chief.
436. Lead.
437. Sudden jump.
438. Elevator man.
439. Undertake.
440. Broached.
441. Sprang into being.
442. Sudden, involuntary jerk.
443. Time when a beginning is made.
444. Alarm.
445. Alarm suddenly.
446. Jumped.
447. Track officials.
448. Surprise.
449. What to do about a diet.
450. False __
451. Ignite
452. Lay the foundation of 15 across on square
453. Jump or jerk
454. Spring
455. Jerky movement
456. Set into action
457. Go into action
458. Sudden, involuntary jerk
459. Time when a beginning is made
460. Incept
461. Set going
462. Lead or edge
463. First inning
464. Embark (on)
465. Put in operation
466. Where races begin