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# Clue
1. Wire job
2. Open, as a beer keg
3. On ___ (available)
4. Dance of a sort
5. Phone cut-in
6. Broach a cask
7. Spigot
8. Easy stroke
9. Dancing sound
10. Select for membership
11. Begin to use
12. Start of an N.B.A. game
13. Initiate a flow
14. Half sole
15. Percuss
16. Spy job
17. Dance, in a way
18. Word with room or root
19. This is sometimes near beer
20. Open a barrel
21. Thread-forming tool
22. Do a buck-and-wing
23. "The ___ Dance Kid"
24. Knock gently
25. Kind of bolt or dance
26. Type of root
27. Ann Miller forte
28. Choose a new club member
29. Start of a court game
30. Open a keg
31. Gregory Hines film
32. Bug's relative
33. Gregory Hines medium
34. Gregory Hines's specialty
35. Choose for membership
36. Do a buck and wing
37. Dance like Hines
38. On ____ (from the barrel)
39. Cane's sound
40. Item on a dancer's heel
41. Whence water
42. You may draw from it
43. Connect to secretly
44. Draft outlet
45. Dancer's shoe attachment
46. Beer may be on it
47. Need for a keg
48. Punch out, as Morse code
49. Water gate?
50. Draft dispenser
51. Keg opening
52. Listening-in device
53. Cask control
54. Soft-shoe, e.g.
55. Dance shoe attachment
56. Brewpub unit
57. Dance with an audible rhythm
58. Hines dance style
59. One in a pub array
60. Source of 21-Across
61. Bug on a phone line
62. Open a bung
63. Hines forte
64. Hines specialty
65. 18 Down hookup
66. Choose for
67. Keg attachment
68. Additional phone line?
69. Saloon spout
70. Monitor, in a way
71. Keep a rhythm
72. Noisy dance style
73. Stout spout
74. Gently touch
75. Keg insert
76. Tavern fixture
77. Emulate Savion Glover
78. Form of touch that's another form of touch backwards
79. QUICK, LIGHT TOUCH
80. Audible dance
81. Dancing shoe attachment
82. Screw thread cutter
83. Extreme end
84. Water faucet
85. Brew dispenser
86. ___ City: broke
87. Available, with "on"
88. Beer source, maybe
89. Snooper's device
90. Ale source
91. Bug on a wire
92. Stakeout ploy
93. Beer keg outlet
94. Dance like Savion Glover
95. Guzzler's outlet
96. Click, on a mobile device
97. Dance class option
98. ["Is this thing on?"]
99. Start to use
100. Beer keg insert
101. Bojangles' genre
102. Word with wire or spinal
103. A beer might be on it
104. Amstel's conduit?
105. Bug in the wall
106. Colt .45 trigger?
107. Keg party rental
108. Mic check?
109. Move your foot to the beat
110. Style of dance
111. Bunt, perhaps
112. Bottle alternative?
113. 83-Across feature
114. Cask attachment
115. Hesitant knock
116. Select for committee work
117. Often-illegal listening device
118. Kegger need
119. Gregory Hines' milieu
120. Bar faucet
121. Beer barrel poker
122. Dance noisily
123. Kegger prerequisite
124. Audible dance style
125. Begin to use, as resources
126. Intercepting device
127. Bojangles specialty
128. Light hit
129. Ready, as a keg
130. Tavern spigot
131. Borrow money from
132. Unwanted phone connection
133. Bojangles' art
134. 31-Down strategy
135. Bug on the line
136. Dancing shoe item
137. Use, as resources
138. Activate, as a phone app
139. Activate, as a mobile app
140. Beer extraction gadget
141. Draw at a pub
142. One in a pub lineup
143. Wire intrusion
144. You may feel one on your shoulder
145. Bar valve
146. Covert information source
147. Dancing suitable for radio
148. Draw sap from, as a maple
149. One in a bar array
150. Stout source
151. Word with dance or root
152. Select, as for a job
153. Touch-screen touch
154. Hoofer's clicker
155. Dancing specialty
156. 16 Across source
157. Gregory Hines' forte
158. Touch on the shoulder
159. Water spigot
160. Get the keg flowing
161. Bug on a phone
162. Hines milieu
163. Keg faucet
164. Send a telegraph message
165. Spy on, in a way
166. Alehouse fixture
167. Select, so to speak
168. Brew outlet
169. Telegrapher's sound
170. Light touch
171. Place to get paella
172. Where to taste tostones
173. Alternative to a compact disc
174. Bit of surveillance evidence
175. Marathon terminus
176. Reel-to-reel ___
177. Bite-size appetizer
178. Eats at a bar
179. Bit of Watergate evidence
180. Where to get croquetas
181. Features of many Olympic broadcasts
182. Something to get caught on
183. The Basement ___ (1975 Dylan album)
184. Posts on a wall, say
185. Stick on, in a way
186. Anticlimactic putt
187. Temple performance
188. Some clickers
189. Answering machine insert
190. Bit of evidence in court
191. Part of a bar order
192. Finish line, often
193. Spanish starters
194. Ones unlikely to drag their feet
195. Seville snacks
196. Some finger food
197. With 61-Down, grazing locale
198. Roll the ___
199. Jerry-rigging material
200. Red stuff to cut through
201. Place to try patatas bravas
202. Company with striking footwear
203. Ankle wrap for an athlete
204. Really clicks with a partner, say?
205. Police Line - Do Not Cross material
206. Tailor's aid
207. Finish line ribbon
208. Rapper's release
209. Opposite of bottled
210. Part of a tavern
211. Food from a bar
212. Alternative to glue
213. Ending with ticker or masking
214. With 36-Across, parts of a Scottish drag queen's outfit?
215. Deck of destiny
216. Lipinski of the ice
217. Ice queen Lipinski
218. 'Gone With the Wind' plantation
219. Pudding option
220. Strike lightly and repeatedly
221. Gunk for a pothole
222. Road crew goo
223. Fast whirling dance of Italy
224. Pool coverer
225. Pumpkins lyric "Pop ___, what's our mission?"
226. Sour Elvis Costello song?
227. Manager's jobs
228. Merril Bainbridge "When I kiss your mouth, I want to ___ it"
229. Subject of a Bush campaign promise
230. Pool in a cirque
231. Like a pencil point
232. The fastest one gets to break it
233. On video
234. Insertion into a deck
235. Word with deck or measure
236. Draw fluid from
237. It's not the old soft shoe
238. Beer keg spout
239. Phone surveillance device
240. Savion Glover's specialty
241. Source for water or beer
242. Emulate 45-Across
243. Opener at the bar
244. Eavesdrop electronically
245. Poker at a frat party?
246. Puncture, as a keg
247. Spigot for sap
248. The Step Brothers' dance genre
249. Keg access
250. Dance like Gene Kelly
251. Dance like Bojangles
252. Fred Astaire forte
253. Plant a bug in
254. Extra phone line?
255. Pierce, as a keg
256. Draw on, as resources
257. Faucet
258. Hook in secretly, as a phone
259. Court-game starter
260. Beer on ___
261. Thread cutter
262. Do a phone job
263. Kind of dance or room
264. Beer faucet
265. Bug, as a phone
266. ___ a keg
267. Bug a phone
268. Beer producer
269. The ___ Dance Kid
270. Appropriate dance shoe
271. Strike lightly
272. Tidbit in Toledo
273. Certain vaudeville act
274. Scotch or masking, e.g.
275. Stock ticker output
276. Appetizer for Juan
277. Pre-paella bite
278. Capture on video
279. Become narrow
280. Source of some clicking
281. Touchscreen touch
282. Barroom fixture
283. Kind of water
284. Brewpub fixture
285. Draw upon
286. Emulate Gregory Hines
287. Beer source
288. Bar sight
289. Spinal ___
290. Shoe accessory
291. Percussive dancing
292. Dance specialty
293. Light pat
294. Gregory Hines' specialty
295. Keg outlet
296. Brewpub fixture...
297. Spigot for syrup
298. It enables dancing out loud
299. Dance like 23-Across
300. This is Spinal ___
301. Beer keg feature
302. Gregory Hines movie of 1989
303. Keg feature
304. Kind of room or root
305. Light blow
306. Type of dance
307. Eavesdropper's device
308. Type of dancing
309. Draw off from
310. Drum with the feet
311. Keg need
312. Water source
313. Choose
314. Select
315. Kind of dance
316. Pick
317. Listening device
318. Call on
319. Utilize
320. Keg necessity
321. Beer may be on this
322. Make use of
323. Bill (Bojangles) Robinson's forte
324. Spy's device
325. Access, as a resource
326. Snooping aid
327. Touch on the shoulder, say
328. Object of many a court order
329. Minor hit
330. Brew source
331. Something to draw from
332. Shoe add-on
333. Shoe attachment
334. Dance like the Hines Brothers
335. Do some soft-shoe
336. Designate
337. Keep time
338. It bugs people on the phone
339. Access, with "into"
340. Draw from
341. Bone: Comb. form (6)
342. ___ into (access)
343. Lightly touch bathroom feature
344. Bill Robinson's forte
345. Broach a vessel
346. Spile
347. Metal piece attached to a shoe
348. Woodpecker's knock
349. ___ Day at Yale
350. Ray Bolger's dance
351. Piece of metal on a dancer's shoe
352. A kind of dancing
353. Pay via ApplePay, say
354. Touch gently
355. Phone bug
356. "I'd ___ that!"
357. "I'd ___ that"
358. "Knock" on a window
359. "Moving forward" sloganeer
360. "Noise/Funk" genre
361. "Now on ___" (bar sign)
362. "Pardon me..." gesture
363. "Singin' in the Rain" dance style
364. "This is Spinal ___"
365. "This is Spinal ___" (1984)
366. "What's on ___?"
367. "What's on ___?" (bar query)
368. (missing clue)
369. * Bojangles specialty
370. 1989 Gregory Hines movie
371. 38 Pub fixture
372. 42nd Street specialty
373. Access
374. Access as a resource
375. Access with "into"
376. Activate as a phone app
377. Alternative to bottled water for those fortunate enough
378. Alternative to sparkling at a restaurant
379. Annoying dance style for your upstairs neighbor to be into
380. Anxious foot action
381. App action
382. App motion
383. Appoint so to speak
384. Apt rhyme for "app"
385. Astaire dance style
386. Astaire specialty
387. Attention getter
388. Attention-getter
389. Attention-getting touch
390. Available with "on"
391. Bar fixture
392. Bar gadget
393. Bar item
394. Bar spigot
395. Barely hit
396. Barely kick a soccer ball
397. Barroom spigot
398. Beer barrel poker?
399. Beer dispenser
400. Beer hall fixture
401. Beer keg part
402. Beer keg spigot
403. Beer or water source
404. Beer outlet
405. Beer source maybe
406. Beer-keg adjunct
407. Beer-keg insert
408. Begin to use as resources
409. Bet all*
410. Bill Robinson specialty
411. Bojangles' dance genre
412. Bottled alternative
413. Break into
414. Break open
415. Brewpub feature
416. Brewpub spigot
417. Broach
418. Broach.
419. Broadway dance revue
420. Bud source perhaps
421. Bug
422. Bug someone's phone e.g.
423. Bug as a phone
424. Bug in a way
425. Bug often
426. Bug spy-style
427. Bunt perhaps
428. Call on as to fill a position
429. Call on as to fill an office
430. Call upon
431. Certain shoe attachment
432. Click up one's heels
433. Click on a mobile device
434. Cock
435. Collect sap from
436. Covert connection
437. Cut in on a conversation perhaps
438. Dance class
439. Dance done with a top hat and cane
440. Dance genre
441. Dance in a way
442. Dance involving clicky shoes
443. Dance like Bill "Bojangles" Robinson
444. Dance like Gregory Hines
445. Dance of sorts.
446. Dance often done with top hat and cane
447. Dance shoe sound
448. Dance style
449. Dance style for Gregory Hines
450. Dance style known for its shoes
451. Dance style that you don't want your upstairs neighbors to practice
452. Dance style with a soft-shoe variety
453. Dance style with fancy footwork
454. Dance type
455. Dance variety
456. Dance with Savion Glover
457. Dance with metal-tipped shoes
458. Dance in a way
459. Dancer's clicker
460. Dancers can do it.
461. Dancing that really clicks with audiences
462. Dancing-shoe attachment
463. Do an annoying finger thing
464. Draft device
465. Draft source
466. Drafts may be served on it
467. Draw from.
468. Draw off
469. Draw off.
470. Draw on
471. Draw on as resources
472. Draw on.
473. Drip source at times
474. Eavesdropping device
475. Emulate Bojangles
476. Emulate Hines
477. Emulate an anxious foot
478. Equivalent of "ahem"
479. Establish a connection with with 'into'
480. Exploit
481. Exploit as a resource
482. FBI "ear"
483. FISA warrant objective
484. Faucet.
485. Flow controller
486. Flow regulator
487. Genre for Bojangles
488. Gentle attention-getter
489. Gentle blow
490. Gentle knock
491. Gentle nudge
492. Gentle reminder
493. Gentle touch
494. Get from storage
495. Get the ale out of?
496. Get the beer flowing from as a keg
497. Glover's milieu
498. Gregory Hines film (1989)
499. Gregory Hines forte
500. Gregory Hines specialty
501. Gregory Hines' dance style
502. Gregory Hines's dance style
503. Hard dance shoe
504. Hardly a knock
505. Hardly hit
506. Harry Shearer band Spinal ___
507. Hearing aid?
508. Heel part.
509. Heel piece.
510. Hines' genre
511. Hines's specialty
512. Hire
513. Hit lightly
514. Hit lightly and repeatedly
515. Hoof it like Hines
516. Hook in secretly as a phone
517. It may mean "Excuse me"
518. Keep rhythm in a way
519. Keep time in a way
520. Keep time perhaps
521. Keg add-on
522. Keg device
523. Keg opener
524. Keg part
525. Keg spigot
526. Keg stopper
527. Kegger hardware
528. Kegger necessity
529. Kind of dance inspired by clogging
530. Kind of dance.
531. Kind of dancer
532. Kind of root
533. Kind of shoe
534. Kind of water or dance
535. Kitchen drawer?
536. Knock lightly
537. Knock softly
538. Leather piece on a heel.
539. Light knock
540. Light touch on the shoulder
541. Listen in on
542. Listen in on in a way
543. Listen in on spy-style
544. Little hit
545. Make smartphone contact in a way
546. Mic check sound
547. Michael McKean band Spinal ___
548. Microbrewery fixture
549. Monitor in a way
550. Mumble's skill in "Happy Feet"
551. Nicholas Brothers dance style
552. Noisy dance
553. Noisy dance form
554. Noisy dance genre
555. Nominate
556. Nonverbal equivalent to "Excuse me"
557. Not a big hit?
558. Not much of a knock
559. On ___ (from the barrel)
560. On ___ (next)
561. On ___.
562. One may get your attention
563. One of a brewpub array
564. One place to get water
565. One way to get on Facebook
566. One way to keep the beat
567. Only mildly invade someone's personal space
568. Open a keg.
569. Open for use
570. Open up
571. Open as a beer keg
572. Open as a keg
573. Part of a bar
574. Part of a heel.
575. Percussive dance
576. Percussive dance style
577. Perform in "42nd Street"
578. Phone line invasion
579. Physical "Psst!"
580. Physical attention-getter
581. Pick for a position
582. Pierce as a keg
583. Plug
584. Plug or cork.
585. Plug or stopper.
586. Plug.
587. Provide outlet for
588. Pub faucet
589. Pub feature
590. Pub fixture
591. Pub spigot
592. Pull a plug.
593. Punch out as Morse code
594. Puncture as a keg
595. Rap lightly
596. Ready as a keg
597. Rhythmic dance
598. Savion Glover starred in "The ___ Dance Kid"
599. Savion Glover's dance genre
600. Savion Glover's dance style
601. Savion Glover's forte
602. Savion Glover's genre
603. Savoir-faire
604. Seance response
605. Select from the group
606. Select as an iPhone app
607. Select as for a fraternity.
608. Select informally
609. Select so to speak
610. Send a message in Morse
611. Send a message in Morse code e.g.
612. Shoe type
613. Shoulder touch
614. Show impatience
615. Sign of impatience
616. Sink feature
617. Small hit
618. Soft touch
619. Soft-shoe e.g.
620. Sole saver
621. Something that might run hot and cold?
622. Sound made by the Raven
623. Source for beer or water
624. Source of a draft
625. Source of suds
626. Source of water
627. Sparkling alternative
628. Spigot at the bar
629. Spigot.
630. Spile.
631. Spinal --
632. Spout for stout
633. Spy on in a way
634. Spy's bug
635. Spying gizmo
636. Spying setup
637. Spying tool
638. Start the keg
639. Start using
640. Strike gently
641. Strike lightly.
642. Subtle attention-getter
643. Suds source
644. Surgical withdrawal of fluid
645. Surveil via phone
646. Surveillance device
647. Surveillance tool
648. Take advantage of
649. This Is Spinal ___ (rock-parody film)
650. Thread
651. Threading tool
652. Tool for acquiring syrup
653. Touch a touchscreen
654. Touch lightly
655. Touch lightly.
656. Touch on the shoulder say
657. Type of dance for Gregory Hines
658. Type of dance.
659. Typing sound
660. Unspoken equivalent of "ahem"
661. Use ___ & die set to create threads
662. Use as a resource
663. Use as a debit card
664. Use as resources
665. Utilize with "into"
666. Water option
667. Water outlet
668. Water spout
669. Weak punch?
670. What an anxious foot does
671. What the draft's on
672. When repeated testing of a mic
673. Whence water flows
674. Wire attachment?
675. Word before room or dance
676. Word that becomes its own synonym when spelled backward
677. Word with dance or water
678. Word with room or dance
679. ["Is this thing on?"] (3)
680. [Is this mic on?]
681. [This mic on?]
682. ___ Dance
683. ___ dancing
684. ___ into (draw on)
685. ___ water
686. ___ water (it's from the faucet)
687. ___-in (gimme)
688. ___-in (golf gimme)
689. ___-in (putt of inches)
690. ___-in (short putt)
691. Water
692. Cork
693. Cut in on an electrical circuit
694. Ray Bolger's forte
695. Start of a basketball game
696. Bug, in a way
697. Spy tool
698. Keep time, in a way
699. Open, as a keg
700. This is Spinal ___ (1984)
701. Listen in on, in a way
702. What's on ___? (bar query)
703. Paperlike cloth
704. The old soft shoe
705. Bark cloth
706. Spanish appetizer
707. Spanish snacks
708. Mulberry bark
709. Polynesian bark cloth
710. Madrid munchie
711. Cantina tidbit
712. Bite-size Spanish appetizer
713. Acapulco appetizer
714. Bar food in Barcelona
715. Snack of Spain
716. Spanish bar snack
717. Source of 16-Across
718. Cantina appetizer
719. Aragأ³n appetizer
720. Spanish snack
721. ___ bar
722. Bind
723. Kind of bar
724. Get to the point?
725. Spanish appetizers
726. Gift-wrapper's need
727. End of a footrace
728. Attached, in a way
729. Some court evidence
730. Not live
731. Cassette player
732. Adhesive
733. Record for later viewing
734. Scotch ___
735. Bar snacks
736. 3M product
737. Stick with it
738. Athletic trainer's supply
739. Poi base
740. Starch source
741. Pudding thickener
742. Endangered animal
743. Actress Reid
744. Lutz perfomer Lipinski
745. Skater Lipinski
746. Roofing goo
747. Kind of pudding
748. Figure skater Lipinski
749. Pitch source
750. Pothole fill
751. Road topper
752. Not punctual
753. Swabbie
754. O'Hara spread
755. Ankle bones
756. Like a sourball
757. Bring to a point
758. Make a point
759. Records for later
760. Grow narrower
761. Nixon's undoing
762. Runner's destination
763. Sprinter's goal
764. Sprinter's terminus
765. VCR insert
766. Measuring aid
767. Make a video
768. Sticky stuff
769. End of a dash
770. Record
771. Pardon me . . . gesture
772. Select, informally
773. Spanish finger food
774. Cantina appetizers
775. It's on a roll
776. Establish a connection with, with "into"
777. Andalusia appetizer
778. Hors d'oeuvre for Hernando
779. Keep time, perhaps
780. Spanish bar food
781. Gob
782. Drum with the feet.
783. Polynesian bark cloths.
784. Narrow band.
785. Paper mulberry barks.
786. Bark cloth.
787. Coarse cloth worn as scarf : Sp. Amer.
788. Bill Robinson's forte.
789. Open a barrel.
790. Piece of metal on a dancer's shoe.
791. Ray Bolger's dance.
792. Woodpecker's knock.
793. ___ Day at Yale.
794. Bark from which a cloth is made.
795. Metal piece attached to a shoe.
796. Cloth from mulberry bark.
797. Cork.
798. Cut in on an electrical circuit.
799. Mulberry bark.
800. Ray Bolger's forte.
801. Start of a basketball game.
802. ___ Dance.
803. Cloth made from mulberry bark.
804. Strike a light blow.
805. Cloth made from tree bark.
806. Light blow.
807. Put a new sole on.
808. Secret phone connection.
809. Binding.
810. Partial sole on a shoe.
811. Cloths from mulberry bark.
812. Select, as for a fraternity.
813. Machinist's tool
814. Coarse cloth.
815. __ water
816. Singin' in the Rain dance style
817. Put to use
818. Bar beer source
819. A type of dance
820. Donald O'Connor's dance
821. Strike a light blow
822. Secret phone connection
823. Jump ball, in basketball
824. Put a new sole on
825. On ___
826. Partial sole on a shoe
827. Fraternity invitation: Colloq
828. Part of a heel
829. Leather piece on a heel
830. Heel part
831. Plug or cork
832. Dancers can do it
833. Astaire's dance style
834. One of the many dispensers at a brewery
835. Gene Kelly's dance style