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1. From ___ to stern
2. Pipe part
3. Ski maneuver
4. Part of a strawberry
5. Prow of a ship
6. Part of a goblet
7. Spinach part
8. Stop, in skiing
9. Broadway, the Main ___
10. Make headway against
11. Forward part of the Pinta
12. Stalk of bananas
13. The Main ___ (Broadway)
14. Type of ski turn
15. Point skis inward
16. Petiole
17. Tobacco-pipe part
18. Pedicel
19. Flower support
20. Goblet feature
21. Stern's partner
22. Prow
23. Word with ware or winder
24. Cherry leftover
25. Frond holder
26. Half-note feature
27. Wineglass part
28. Word root
29. Wineglass feature
30. Florist's unit
31. Supporter of botany
32. Flute part
33. Spoon handle
34. Main part of a word
35. Forward part
36. It may be thorny
37. Half note feature
38. Thorn site
39. Leaf holder
40. Leaf's support
41. ___ cell research
42. ___ to stern
43. Support for a flower bud
44. Check the forepart of the ship
45. Stalk and stop
46. Bowsprit's setting
47. Controversial kind of cell
48. Champagne flute feature
49. Education acronym touted by Obama
50. Forward part of a boat
51. Part of a quarter note
52. Snifter feature
53. Wine flute part
54. Acronym in education
55. Dandelion part
56. Place for a thorn
57. Support for a sunflower
58. ___ the tide
59. Cherry link
60. Flower to a florist
61. Cherry holder
62. Valve part
63. Calabash part
64. __ cell research
65. Note part
66. Cosmos supporter
67. Cordial glass feature
68. Pocket watch part
69. Tulip part
70. Cordial glass part
71. Poppy part
72. One might rise out of a bed
73. Academic acronym associated with female under-representation
74. Grip for a goblet
75. SLENDER MIDSECTION OF A WINE GLASS; OR, A BANANA TREE STALK FROM WHICH SEVERAL BUNCHES OR "HANDS" GROW
76. Champagne glass part
77. Banana top
78. Long, slender part
79. Aircraft's front
80. Acronym that rhymes with 'chem'
81. Derive from
82. Bud supporter
83. Stern's other end?
84. Wine glass feature
85. Wine glass part
86. Bloom supporter
87. Plant growth
88. Plant prop
89. Stern opposite
90. Tomba maneuver
91. Wine-glass feature
92. Plant axis
93. Botanical support
94. Quarter-note line
95. Tobacco pipe part
96. Part of a champagne glass
97. ____ cell research
98. Part of the pot that doesn't go in the bowl?
99. Meerschaum part
100. Floral support
101. From __ to stern
102. Thorn site, on a flower
103. Apple connection
104. Dimebag detritus
105. Flower holder?
106. It might hold your baby's breath
107. Mushroom discard
108. Spot for a thorn
109. Hold back, as a tide
110. Check, as a tide
111. Be derived
112. Stop, as a tide
113. Portion of the brain
114. Education-policy acronym for the four fields featured in this puzzle
115. Prepare cherries for cooking
116. 31-Down opposite
117. Apple projection
118. Musical note feature
119. Keep from flowing
120. Stern's counterpart
121. Watch projection
122. Fruit protrusion
123. Stalk in the garden
124. Stop from spreading
125. Corncob pipe part
126. Floral part
127. Poppy prop
128. Fruit support
129. Rose support
130. Apple stalk
131. Education acronym for four fields of study
132. Academic acronym
133. Apple topper
134. Place to hold a snifter
135. Wineglass support
136. Blossom holder
137. Skier's brake
138. Blossom's support
139. Wine-glass part
140. Flower spine
141. Goblet piece
142. It supports a flower
143. Pipe piece
144. Originate (from)
145. Quarter-note part
146. Flute feature
147. Rose part
148. Faucet part
149. Fruit holder
150. British gun of W.W. II
151. Without a leg to stand on?
152. Flute parts
153. Antique gun
154. Cutout to fill in
155. British W.W. II-era gun
156. Cooper's co-star in "The Wedding Night," 1935
157. Versatile body builders
158. Fruit salad waste
159. Stop a prevailing trend
160. Brit's W.W. II gun
161. W.W. II submachine gun
162. 9-mm. weapon
163. British W.W. II gun
164. Yankee manager who wore #37
165. Dictator's underling
166. One who keeps padded accounts?
167. Artery implant
168. Artery opener
169. Korean War weapon
170. Casey at the bat, once
171. Exec's note taker
172. First Mets manager
173. Like some wine glasses
174. Attractive legs, in slang
175. Bygone office worker
176. Old-style office job
177. Fancy glasses
178. Old 9-mm.
179. W.W. II British gun
180. Court recorder
181. Court reporter, e.g.
182. Modern educational acronym
183. W.W. II-era British gun
184. Aids in sign-lettering
185. Wretched smell
186. Casey at the Bat autobiographer
187. Yankees great dubbed "The Old Perfessor"
188. Bygone office position
189. Topic in education policy
190. What a prefix or suffix gets added to
191. Originates (from)
192. Things florists cut
193. Product from the Royal Small Arms Factory
194. Spray-painting tools
195. Part of a wineglass
196. Metaphorical source of the next generation of coders and researchers
197. Aid for making signs
198. Written using an outline
199. Holy ladies of Haiti: Abbr.
200. Suffix with mob or tip
201. In ___ (Where Available)
202. Prop up, or bite down
203. Dele a dele
204. Manuscript imperative
205. Shorthand, shortly
206. Two-channel sound
207. Aerobics aid
208. 'It' novelist
209. Boats' rears
210. Actor Seagal
211. Traffic: "Rock and Roll ___"
212. Ozzfest band Drain ___
213. Green Day "Brain ___"
214. Green Day "Brain" recipe?
215. All-female Swedes Drain ___
216. Trey Anastasio climbed "18"
217. Rocker interviewer Howard
218. Michael that sang "Everybody Hurts"
219. Site of a July 1944 U.S. military breakthrough
220. Papeete man
221. Vessel constriction
222. Legendary Yankee manager Casey
223. Poppy supporters
224. Le Rouge et le Noir author
225. A type of pool
226. Restrained, as a flow
227. They hold flowers
228. First Mets skipper Casey
229. Help for a dictator?
230. Watch your _____!
231. _____ right up!
232. Controversial research focus
233. Sign-painter's patterns
234. Mushroom component
235. Stalk in a garden
236. Mushroom piece
237. Piece of a pipe
238. Prepare, as cherries
239. Apple attachment
240. Cherry throwaway
241. Morel support
242. Piece of a piece of glassware
243. Abbreviation for a group of educational fields
244. Originate, with "from"
245. Skiing turn
246. Part of of a flower
247. Florist's cutting
248. Meerschaum piece
249. Parfait glass feature
250. Main part of a flower
251. Prepare, as cherries for cooking
252. Bouquet unit
253. Flower part attached to a lapel
254. Part of a wine glass
255. Piece of the brain
256. Winding need
257. Champagne glass feature
258. Sunflower stalk
259. Glass bottom
260. Apple's apple logo lacks one
261. Blossom supporter
262. Ornamented part of a gondola
263. Winesap or wineglass feature
264. Part of a plant
265. Forepart of a ship
266. Ski turn
267. Musical note part
268. Banana unit
269. Flower or pipe part
270. Kind of ski turn
271. Apple part
272. Goblet part
273. Goblet support
274. Ship's prow
275. Dam up
276. Part of a watch
277. Blossom support
278. Petal pusher?
279. Part of a pipe
280. Caudex
281. Derive (from)
282. Arose (from)
283. The Girl With the Hatbox star
284. Contemporary of Garbo
285. Florists' units
286. Cherries' leftovers
287. Flower holder
288. Watch part
289. Rose supporter
290. Stop the flow
291. Glass part
292. Pansy prop
293. Plant stalk
294. Stop up
295. Wristwatch part
296. Watch winder
297. Brain part
298. Stern's opposite
299. Mushroom feature
300. Slow, as the flow
301. Tobacco pipe tube
302. Stalk
303. Morel morsel
304. Most of a rose's length
305. Mushroom part
306. Section cut by a florist
307. Sunflower supporter
308. Leaf stalk
309. Kind of cell
310. Subjects in which women have traditionally been underrepresented, for short
311. Wine glass support
312. Hold back
313. Iris part
314. Plant part
315. Cut off
316. Check
317. Bud holder
318. Originate
319. Flower stalk
320. Arise (from)
321. The brain has one
322. Bring to a standstill
323. Brain component
324. Staunch
325. Skier's turn
326. Fruit waste
327. What an inflectional ending is added to
328. Long part of a rose
329. Part of a mushroom
330. Part of many musical notes
331. Flower part
332. Part of a rose
333. Garden support
334. Spring (from)
335. Stanch
336. Fruit/tree connector
337. Part of a musical note
338. Ship's front
339. Flower supporter
340. Cut flower
341. Opposite of 61-Across
342. Banana stalk
343. Egg producers (4)
344. Increase the width of (7)
345. Flow
346. Thorny rose part
347. Central part of a plant
348. Bunch of bananas
349. Peduncle
350. Derive
351. Stop NY baseball team going up
352. Stern’s opposite
353. Forward part of a ship
354. A stalk of bananas
355. Part of a flower
356. Dam
357. Vertical line of a musical note
358. Main axis of a plant
359. The Main ___, i e, Broadway
360. Pear part
361. "... shall come forth a rod out of the ___ of Jesse" (Isa
362. "A rod out of the ___ of Jesse" (Isaiah 11:1)
363. "But we must ___ the tide of malice and pour into the wounded bosoms of each other the balm of sisterly consolation": Jane Austen
364. "Dibs on the single-stranded molecule"
365. "Golden shiny but never pure / Think from whence your riches ___ / Think of someone who is poor / And know you stole this gold from them" ("Caroline or Change" lyric)
366. '80s Perth rocker
367. A cherry may be served with it
368. A smoker may be holding it
369. A snifter has a short one
370. Abbreviation in many educational initiatives involving women
371. Academic cluster with diversity issues
372. Academic disciplines briefly
373. Acronym for a biologist or a geometer say
374. Acronym for all the subjects I'm not good at
375. Acronym for fields such as physics
376. Acronym for fields with marked underrepresentation of women and POC
377. Acronym for studies that prepare for high-tech jobs
378. Acronym in education emphasizing the hard subjects
379. Acronym in many educational initiatives involving women
380. Acronym which if you add "arts" to it becomes a type of power
381. Ancestral line
382. Apple discard
383. Apple offshoot
384. Apple waste
385. Apple's projection
386. Arise
387. Arise from
388. Arrest
389. Arrest.
390. Asparagus mostly
391. Banana part
392. Bed support
393. Big acronym in education
394. Bit for a florist or linguist
395. Bloom holder
396. Bloom support
397. Bloom's support
398. Boat part
399. Boat part furthest away from the bow
400. Boat part.
401. Boat's bow
402. Botanical ascending axis
403. Bottom of a begonia
404. Bouquet part
405. Bow
406. Bow of a ship.
407. Bow to the ship?
408. Bow.
409. Brain ___
410. Brain or watch part
411. Brave fighters
412. Broadway the Main ___
413. Broccoli bit
414. Bud holder?
415. Bud support
416. Bunch of bananas.
417. Bush supporter?
418. Caudex in botany
419. Cell type
420. Champagne flute part
421. Check the flow
422. Check as a flow
423. Check as a tide
424. Check as the tide
425. Check or what the starred answers all have
426. Check.
427. Chem coding etc.
428. Cherry discard
429. Cherry eater's discard
430. Cherry feature
431. Cherry handle
432. Cherry part
433. Cherry part in a party trick
434. Cherry picker's target?
435. Cherry topper
436. Come (from)
437. Component not found on a digital watch
438. Contain
439. Counter
440. Culm
441. Curb
442. Curtail
443. Cut short
444. Daisy feature
445. Daisy supporter
446. Dandelion holder
447. Dandelion support
448. Dandelion supporter
449. Derive with "from"
450. Device for winding
451. Discarded apple part
452. Disposable bit of weed
453. Dorothy's aunt after being canonized?
454. Dorothy's aunt canonized?
455. Education acronym
456. Education acronym for four fields of study (4)
457. Educational acronym
458. Educational acronym sometimes paired with the arts
459. Educational acronym that sometimes includes an A
460. Educational curriculum acronym
461. Emanate
462. Etymology concern
463. Field with historically poor non-male representation familiarly
464. Figurehead location
465. Figurehead setting
466. Florist's discard
467. Florist's trimming
468. Flower bearer.
469. Flower bud holder
470. Flower feature
471. Flower part.
472. Flower's holder
473. Flower's spine
474. Flower's support
475. Flute section
476. Flute stand
477. Forepart of a vessel.
478. Forward part of a ship.
479. Fruit discard
480. Fruit part that's thrown away
481. Fruit stalk
482. Fruit throwaway
483. Glass or flower part
484. Goblet part.
485. Green part of a flower
486. Half note half
487. Halt
488. Have roots in (with "from")
489. Have roots in with from
490. Hayden cell song off "Everything I Long For"?
491. Hayden song for cells?
492. Head off
493. Hold back as a tide
494. Hold back as the tide
495. Hold off
496. Holder of leaves
497. Ikebana piece
498. Inedible part of a cherry
499. Iris holder
500. It has a thorny issue?
501. It has an epidermis and a cortex
502. It leads to a rose
503. It may be tongue-tied?
504. It may be trimmed at a nursery
505. It may get tongue-tied
506. It's on the watch
507. Its E stands for "engineering"
508. Junior branch?
509. Kind of cells
510. Kind of ware.
511. Leaf part
512. Leaf support
513. Leafstalk
514. Line on a quarter note
515. Long part of a flower
516. Long slender part
517. Long-___ roses
518. Lower brain part
519. M*nhole em*n*tion
520. Main shoot
521. Main stroke of a letter in printing.
522. Meadow support
523. Modern education acronym
524. Modern education emphasis for short
525. Modern educational buzz-"word"
526. Mushroom morsel
527. Mushroom or marigold part
528. Mushroom stalk
529. Narrowest part of a champagne flute
530. Natural supporter
531. Naturalist's ascending axis
532. Non-humanities acronym
533. Nonhumanities subjects for short
534. One may be picked out of a stash
535. One of its letters stands for "technology"
536. One with a thorn in its side perhaps
537. Opposite of stern
538. Opposite of stern.
539. Originate (from).
540. Originate from
541. Originate with "from"
542. Originate.
543. Part cut by a florist
544. Part of Apple Records' logo
545. Part of a champagne flute
546. Part of a daisy
547. Part of a dandelion
548. Part of a flower or a glass
549. Part of a flower or wineglass
550. Part of a flower that goes in a vase
551. Part of a flower a glass or a curriculum
552. Part of a goblet.
553. Part of a martini glass
554. Part of a petunia
555. Part of a pipe.
556. Part of a plant or a wineglass
557. Part of a poinsettia.
558. Part of a poppy
559. Part of a ship
560. Part of a ship or tobacco pipe
561. Part of a ship.
562. Part of a tulip
563. Part of a watch.
564. Part of a wineglass or daisy
565. Part of a word.
566. Pear discard
567. Pear waste
568. Pedicel.
569. Peduncle.
570. Peony or pipe part
571. Peony part
572. Petal pusher
573. Petiole's place
574. Petiole.
575. Petunia part
576. Picabo's turn?
577. Pinch off
578. Pipe feature
579. Pipe or plant part
580. Pipe or watch part
581. Pipe part clenched in the teeth
582. Pipe part.
583. Pipe piece.
584. Pipe section
585. Place for a rose's thorns
586. Place for a wine charm
587. Plant axis.
588. Plant part.
589. Plant support
590. Pocket watch winder
591. Pot smoker's annoyance
592. Prepare cherries
593. Prepare to turn on the slope
594. Prepare as cherries
595. Prepare as cherries for cooking
596. Prow.
597. Put a stop to
598. Quarter note part
599. Quell
600. Restrain
601. Restrain.
602. Result (from)
603. Retard
604. Retard oneself in skiing.
605. Root wordwise
606. Root/blossom connector
607. Rose holder
608. Rose stabilizer
609. Rose stalk
610. Rose's stalk
611. Rose's supporter
612. Rosebud support
613. Santa ___ CA
614. Sapling supporter
615. Science-oriented ADOCH component
616. Section of a wineglass
617. Sharp end of the ship
618. Ship front
619. Ship's prow.
620. Ships' wheels
621. Shoot
622. Shoot connection
623. Shoot or stop
624. Shut off
625. Site for a rose thorn
626. Ski turn.
627. Skier's maneuver.
628. Skiing term.
629. Slender wineglass part
630. Slow down
631. Slow down in skiing.
632. Slow down on the slopes
633. Slow as the flow
634. Snifter part
635. Something removed from the pot?
636. Something that may get tongue-tied?
637. Something you want to take out of your bowl
638. Somewhat less potent part of a psychedelic mushroom
639. Stalk of bananas e.g.
640. Stalk of bananas.
641. Stalk.
642. Stanch.
643. Start
644. Static-X song about a plant?
645. Static-X song about plant?
646. Static-X song for cell research?
647. Static-X song for cells?
648. Static-X song off "Wisconsin Death Trip"
649. Stern counterpart
650. Stern's flip side
651. Stern's opposite.
652. Stern's opposite?
653. Stern's other end
654. Stick in the ground?
655. Stop
656. Stop comeback of baseball team (4)
657. Stop the flow of as a liquid
658. Stop as a flow
659. Stop as a tide
660. Stop in skiing
661. Subj. group with a noted gender imbalance
662. Sunflower support
663. Support of a flower.
664. Supporter in a spray
665. Supporter of nature
666. The American Heart Association has agreed to support ___-cell research
667. Thorn holder
668. Thorn locale
669. Thorn setting
670. Thorn site on a flower
671. Thorn's place
672. Thorn's site on a rose
673. Thorned stalk
674. Thorny part of a rose
675. Throwaway part of an apple
676. Tulip holder
677. Turn on the slope
678. Underlying form of a word
679. Vertical line on a musical note
680. Watch part.
681. What a flower grows on
682. What a toaster may hold
683. What to grab when this bud's for you
684. Where watches were once wound
685. Where xylem flows
686. Whole note's lack
687. Wind-up watch part
688. Winder on a watch
689. Winding device
690. Wine charm holder
691. Wine glass holder
692. Wine holder?
693. Word part
694. Word root... or a part near a root
695. ___ Christie
696. ___ cell
697. ___ cell (cell that gives rise to cells that differentiate further into one or more specialized types)
698. ___ christie (skiing maneuver)
699. ___ fields
700. ___ fields (humanities alternative)
701. ___ vegetable (potato for one)
702. Broadway: "The Main ___"
703. Cedar trunk
704. Shaft on a watch
705. Acronym that rhymes with "chem"
706. Supporter of the cosmos?
707. Greenhouse supporter
708. Prepare to turn, on the slope
709. Stalk of bananas, e.g.
710. Stop the flow of, as a liquid
711. Part of 54-Down
712. Part of 60-Across
713. Check, as a flow
714. Check, as the tide
715. Educational acronym hidden in 17-, 25-, 42- and 56-Across
716. Hollyhock holders
717. Flower parts
718. Plant parts
719. Glass features
720. Have roots in, with from
721. Check a force
722. Be the source of
723. Casey, of the Yankees
724. Slow down, on the slopes
725. Weapon against the Nazis
726. Brit's weapon
727. Root, wordwise
728. Goblet pieces
729. Florists' cuttings
730. Flower features
731. Apt anagram of "notes"
732. Champagne glass parts
733. Botanical uprights
734. Florist's cuttings
735. Feature of the items in the first parts of 21- and 49-Across and 3- and 29-Down
736. Part of a wind-up watch
737. Vase inserts
738. Slows
739. British gun
740. W.W. II gun
741. Pad user
742. Old British gun
743. Tommy gun?
744. British submachine gun
745. British guns
746. Dictation expert
747. Baseball's Old Professor
748. Tumblers
749. Checks
750. Completely
751. Miasma
752. Comes (from)
753. Thorny parts of roses
754. Landfill emanation
755. Kind of pad
756. Mephitis
757. W.W. II weapon
758. Skunk's defense
759. Note taker
760. Like some glasses
761. Sharp-shooting Curry
762. English cheese
763. Parts of flights?
764. Mark in a margin
765. Commando weapons
766. =-- aerobics
767. _____ aerobics
768. Sound system
769. Of the breastbone
770. Absorb the loss
771. Canned fuel
772. Accelerate
773. Suffix with team
774. Novelist Laurence
775. Canonized Fr. women
776. Sound setup
777. Boat back
778. Strict
779. Singer Winwood
780. Bob Marley "___ It Up"
781. Tour of duty
782. Tristram Shandy author
783. Slumgullion or burgoo
784. Dictator's aides
785. British weapons
786. Cardiologist's tool
787. Flower holders?
788. Anna of "Nana"
789. British firearm
790. Submachine gun
791. Dictator's assistant
792. British weapon
793. Malodor
794. Dictation taker
795. Arises (from)
796. Arrests
797. Dams up
798. Pipe parts
799. Arises
800. Flower holders
801. Wineglass features
802. British carbine
803. Like some signs
804. Derive, with "from"
805. Parts of mushrooms
806. Hold back, as the tide
807. Parts that go in vases
808. Arose
809. Dammed up
810. Shorthand pros
811. Shaft of a watch.
812. Tax.
813. Step in a mineshaft.
814. Italian guerrilla gun.
815. Little: Comb. form.
816. Dams up.
817. Vertical line of a musical note.
818. Anna ___ of the movies.
819. Main axis of a plant.
820. The Main ___, i. e., Broadway.
821. Checks.
822. A stalk of bananas.
823. Dam.
824. Part of a flower.
825. Part of a tobacco pipe.
826. Ski maneuver.
827. Small stalk.
828. Cedar trunk.
829. Originate (with "from").
830. Part of a note, in music.
831. Retard oneself on skis.
832. The prow of a ship.
833. Derives.
834. Main stalk.
835. Shaft on a watch.
836. Slow down in skiing.
837. Slow down, in skiing.
838. Bunches of bananas.
839. Dam up.
840. Main stroke of a letter.
841. 8-lb. machine gun.
842. Bow or prow.
843. Halt.
844. Main ___.
845. Arrests.
846. Arises.
847. Retard one's self, in skiing.
848. Small stalks.
849. Main stroke of a letter, in printing.
850. Bows.
851. Prow of a ship.
852. Retard oneself, in skiing.
853. Device to trim fruits.
854. Originates (from).
855. Like some glassware.
856. Device for removing fruit parts.
857. Flower parts.
858. Bows
859. Banana bunches
860. ___-cell research
861. Slow in skiing
862. Main stalk
863. Slow , in skiing
864. Part of a poinsettia
865. Main stroke of a letter
866. Main ___
867. Bow or prow
868. Retard one's self, in skiing
869. Support of a flower
870. Bow of a ship
871. Main stroke of a letter, in printing
872. Retard oneself, in skiing
873. Part of a word
874. Forepart of a vessel
875. Skier's maneuver
876. Skiing term
877. Kind of ware
878. Support for a rose
879. A rose’s thorns grow on it