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# Clue
1. Military-day closer
2. Good-night sound
3. Musical good night
4. Campers' curfew
5. Camper's curfew
6. Curfew for campers
7. Bugler's job
8. Bugler's call
9. "Lights out" signal
10. Military "good night"
11. Night music at camp
12. Bugler's piece
13. Tattoo follower
14. Curfew call at camp
15. Removes a bung
16. Bugler's lights-douser
17. Bugle call after tattoo
18. G. C. Scott film: 1981
19. Threading tools
20. Lights-out signal at camp
21. Nocturnal sound at camp
22. Signal after tattoo
23. Army bugle call
24. Bugler's "good night"
25. Memorial music
26. "Lights out" indicator
27. Bugle solo
28. "Lights out" tune
29. "Lights out" music
30. G.I.'s lullaby?
31. Memorial Day solo
32. Shoe appendages
33. Spigots
34. Last call?
35. Base tune
36. Begins to use
37. Call on base
38. It's played at night
39. Bugler's evening call
40. Bugle tune ... or what one does to 1-, 18-, 35-,and 62-Across
41. Bugler's tune
42. Dances like Bill Robinson
43. Dances like Eleanor Powell
44. Phone spying devices
45. Sink fixtures
46. Soldier's lullaby
47. Military sign-off
48. Soldier's good night
49. Emulates Hines
50. Arlington postlude
51. Arlington melody
52. Base lullaby?
53. Lights-out tune
54. Night notes
55. Twilight tune
56. Nighttime bugle call
57. Good night for soldiers
58. Military melody
59. Military tune
60. Bugler's farewell
61. Pub hardware
62. Military "lights out"
63. Nighty-night signal
64. Dancer's shoe attachments
65. Dances like Hines
66. Bugler's signal
67. 1981 Tom Cruise movie
68. Bugle fodder
69. Drawers in a bar?
70. Melody at the base
71. Keg party rentals
72. Phone lines?
73. Nightly call
74. Group at the bar
75. Barracks "lullaby"
76. Cruise/Hutton film
77. Reveille counterpart
78. Tune with only four distinct notes
79. Last melody?
80. Evensong?
81. GI's lullaby?
82. Four-note piece
83. Repertoire requirement for a military bugler
84. Base lullaby
85. Four-note lights-out tune
86. Draws off, as maple syrup
87. Hits up (for)
88. Melody from a bugler
89. Solemn bugle solo
90. Gentle attention-getters
91. Lights-out music
92. Camp lullaby
93. Dancer's clickers
94. Dancing-shoe attachments
95. Army "lights out" tune
96. Selects, so to speak
97. Evening bugle call
98. Bugler's evening tune
99. Lights out signal
100. Touches on the shoulder
101. Sailor, colloquially
102. Source of creosote
103. Contents of a La Brea pit
104. Organic sealant
105. Seagoing sort
106. Steamrolled stuff
107. Fictional locale five miles from Jonesboro
108. Oozy road material
109. Roofer's material
110. Gooey road cover
111. Damage, as a reputation
112. Tune also known as "Butterfield's Lullaby"
113. Selects with a finger, as an app
114. Establishments that might offer margaritas
115. Prof's graders, often
116. Seat of North Carolina's Edgecombe County
117. Joni Mitchell: "Big Yellow ___"
118. Ted Nugent's guitar, during show antic
119. Phish song with flavor?
120. The Weary Kind Oscar-winner Burnett (hyph.)
121. Kind of band work
122. Lipinski with the gold
123. Scarlett's homestead
124. La Brea _____ Pits
125. Old seaman
126. Pave, in a way
127. Material for a road or roof
128. Smoker's amassment
129. Smokers amass it
130. Bugle melody to signal day's end
131. Bugle call
132. Military base tune
133. Ceremonial bugle rendition
134. Dances like Savion
135. Doesn't pound hard
136. Hits lightly
137. Song on the bugle
138. Beer barrel pokers
139. Base bugling
140. Readies a beer keg
141. Bugle number
142. Knocks gently
143. Lights-out signal
144. Lights out indicator
145. A little night music?
146. A little night music
147. Black paving material
148. Lights out tune
149. Bugle tune
150. Night music
151. Faucets
152. They run in the kitchen
153. Song that signals "lights out"
154. Boot camp lullaby
155. Night music at the barracks
156. 38-Down "lullaby"
157. Solemn solo
158. Hits up for money
159. Soldier's "lullaby"
160. Performs in "Stomp," for instance
161. Tune for lights out
162. Draws off
163. Last call
164. Bugler's bedtime tune
165. It's bugled on a base
166. Lager sources
167. Military funeral concluder
168. It causes lights to go out
169. Veterans Day solo
170. Call at camp
171. Captured New Guinean base near Lao and Finschhafen (8)
172. Metal pieces on a dancer's shoes
173. "Lights out!"
174. "Lights out" bugle tune
175. "Lights out" lullaby
176. "Lights out" melody
177. "Lights-out" indicator
178. 24-note call
179. 24-note tune
180. Accesses a keg's amber goodness
181. Accessories for Bojangles
182. Apple Pay gestures
183. Arlington call
184. Army "good-night" tune
185. Army bugler's tune
186. Army camp signal.
187. Bar array
188. Bar features
189. Bar fixtures
190. Bar sights
191. Bars for people wearing stars
192. Base lullaby of sorts
193. Base melody
194. Base music
195. Base night song
196. Base notes
197. Base notes?
198. Base number
199. Beasts with prominent snouts
200. Bedtime tune
201. Beer dispensers
202. Beer keg spigots
203. Beer providers
204. Beer spouts
205. Brewpub array
206. Brewpub lineup
207. Brewpub lineup (4)
208. Brewpub's array
209. Bugle "lights out" tune
210. Bugle call at a military funeral
211. Bugle call.
212. Bugle favorite
213. Bugle signal.
214. Bugle tune in conflict recalled (4)
215. Bugler's "lights out" music
216. Bugler's "lights out" tune
217. Bugler's 'Bedtime!'
218. Bugler's goodnight
219. Bugler's melody
220. Bugler's sign-off
221. Bugs
222. Call heard at Arlington
223. Call in the evening
224. Call that can be played with just C's E's and G's
225. Calls on
226. Camp signal.
227. Camper's curfew.
228. Chooses
229. Chooses for a job
230. Chooses for a position
231. Chooses to lead
232. Closing bars
233. Composition of only four different notes
234. Dances in a way
235. Decorates with Scott in slang
236. Designates
237. Draws from
238. Draws off as maple syrup
239. Draws upon
240. Drums on with a pen
241. Dusk bugle tune
242. Emulates Bojangles
243. Emulates Gregory Hines
244. Emulates Sammy Davis Jr.
245. Equipment for Cambridge Brewing Company
246. Evening bugle solo
247. Evening music
248. Evening song
249. Features at a pub but not a wine bar usually
250. Features of kegs
251. Flag ceremony accompaniment
252. Flag ceremony piece
253. Four-note ceremonial tune
254. Four-note tune
255. Funeral piece
256. Funeral tune
257. GI's "lullaby"
258. Gastropub array
259. Gentle prods
260. Gentle sounds in an ASMR video
261. Gets the keg rolling
262. Good night for soldiers
263. Heel pieces.
264. Holes made in pipes for branches.
265. Hoofers' clickers
266. It's played nightly on base
267. It's played on base
268. Knocks softly
269. Last song?
270. Late notes?
271. Late-hours tune
272. Late-night tune
273. Lays down a bunt
274. Light blows
275. Light hits
276. Light touches
277. Lights out warning
278. Lights out in the barracks
279. Lights out.
280. Lights-out melody
281. Lights-out signaler
282. Lights-out song played on a bugle
283. Lights-out song in the barracks
284. Lights-out song?
285. Listeners
286. Listening devices
287. Listens furtively
288. Makes use of
289. Memorial Day performance
290. Military "Lights out" music
291. Military "lights out" song
292. Military bugle call
293. Military lights-out tune
294. Military music
295. Military signal.
296. Military tune also known as "Butterfield's Lullaby"
297. Military tune composed in July 1862
298. Mournful melody
299. Music at many a memorial
300. Music heard past bedtime
301. Music of the night?
302. Music on base
303. Night music on base
304. Night tune
305. Nightly bugle call
306. Nighttime notes
307. Nighttime song heard at summer camp
308. Nominates
309. Opposite of "Reveille"
310. Parts of dancing shoes.
311. Performs in "Stomp " for instance
312. Phone bugs
313. Picks for a position
314. Plants a bug in
315. Plugs
316. Plugs.
317. Prepares a keg
318. Prepares the keg
319. Pub array
320. Pub fixtures
321. Pub lineup
322. Purchases for the "Bring in da Noise..." cast
323. Relative of retreat.
324. Restin' piece?
325. Reveille opposite
326. Reveille's counterpart
327. Reveille's opposite
328. Selects
329. Selects so to speak
330. Service ceremonial.
331. Shoe attachments
332. Siphons off
333. Soldier's good night tune
334. Sole add-ons
335. Sole savers
336. Solo heard at Arlington National Cemetery
337. Song at a military funeral
338. Song heard only at night
339. Song played by brass for brass?
340. Song that begins "Day is done"
341. Sounds of typing
342. South American mammals with trunks
343. Spat up
344. Spigots.
345. Staple of Memorial Day services
346. Strikes lightly
347. Ten P.M. tune
348. The only moves in some time-killing apps
349. They run from time to time
350. They run hot and cold
351. They run hot/cold
352. They run in kitchens
353. They save soles
354. Thicknesses of leather on heels.
355. Timothy Hutton film
356. Timothy Hutton movie
357. Touches lightly
358. Tune from an army bugler
359. Tune played at twilight
360. Typing sounds
361. Uses a foot to keep time
362. Water spigots
363. Well-known tune.
364. What a drummer does
365. What drummer does to feet
366. What fan does w/feet
367. ___ against Thebes
368. ___ in for birdie
369. ___ in for par
370. ___ out (submits in the UFC)
371. Heel pieces
372. Dances, in a way
373. Lights-out indicator
374. Lights out bugle tune
375. Lights out music
376. Blacken
377. Play a rebound
378. Defile
379. Lights out, in the barracks
380. Concrete alternative
381. Running items?
382. Deck hand
383. Cigarette component
384. Cigarette substance
385. Cigarette ingredient
386. Barnacle Bill, for one
387. Bad stuff in cigarettes
388. Black gunk
389. Adhesive for feathers?
390. Ancient mariner
391. Feathers' go-with
392. Cigarette gunk
393. Binder for macadam
394. ___ out (submits, in the UFC)
395. Cause of stubborn stains
396. Driveway surface
397. Gob
398. Popeye, for one
399. Pitch
400. Gone With the Wind plantation
401. Paving goo
402. Roofing material
403. La Brea gunk
404. Paving material
405. Road component
406. Cigarette stat
407. Paver's supply
408. Sailor, informally
409. Gravel alternative
410. Part of a cigarette rating
411. Don't ___ me, bro!
412. Stuns, in a way
413. Prof's helpers
414. O'Hara homestead
415. Harry Chapin hit
416. All the Things She Said Russians
417. Ciao!
418. Road goo
419. Roofer's goo
420. Seasoned sailor
421. Sea salt
422. Surfacing gunk
423. Creosote source
424. Besmirch
425. Bugler's "Bedtime!"
426. Gear for the Nicholas Brothers
427. Basic hazard?
428. Sailor.
429. Coal ___.
430. Refrain, audacious ___.—W. S. Gilbert.
431. Jolly Jack ___.
432. Metal pieces on a dancer's shoes.
433. Product of Georgia.
434. Barkeeper.
435. Bugler's job.
436. Faucets.
437. Light blows.
438. Opposite of reveille.
439. Black liquid.
440. Sounds of a dance.
441. Series of knocks.
442. Conductor's signals with baton.
443. Alemonger.
444. Sound effects at a 22 Down.
445. Door knocks.
446. Last call.
447. Old salt.
448. Black-top.
449. Black viscid product.
450. Bluejacket.
451. Coal product.
452. Bituminous distillation.
453. Barmaid of yore.
454. Dick Deadeye.
455. Black substance.
456. Opposite of reveille
457. Bugle nocturne
458. Sounds of a dance
459. Conductor's signals with baton
460. Sound effects at a 22
461. Lights out call
462. Bugles in the night
463. Thicknesses of leather on heels
464. Holes made in pipes for branches
465. Military signal
466. Camp signal
467. Army camp signal
468. Service ceremonial
469. Lights out!
470. Lights out
471. Relative of retreat
472. Bugle signal
473. G. C. Scott film:
474. Dances like the Nicholas Brothers
475. IN THE GUIDE MOVEMENT, A CLOSING SONG SUNG AT AN EVENING CAMPFIRE OR AT THE END OF A MEETING