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POSSIBLE CLUES FOR "TECS"
# Clue
1. Barnaby Jones et al.
2. Shamuses
3. P.I.'s
4. British gumshoes
5. Private eyes, slangily
6. Hired sleuths, slangily
7. Private investigators, for short
8. Many pulp heroes, in slang
9. Columbo, Spade, and others
10. Hammett characters
11. Spade and Marlowe, briefly
12. Spade et al., briefly
13. Investigating cops
14. Film-noir heroes
15. Case workers, briefly
16. Paretsky's Warshawski and Grafton's Millhone, briefly
17. Nero Wolfe and Sam Spade, briefly
18. Sleuths, for short
19. Investigators, slangily
20. PI's
21. Professional snoops
22. 23 Across et al.
23. Gumshoes
24. Pastor Haggard
25. Dr. Seuss, informally, and others
26. Williams nicknamed "The Kid"
27. Victoria's Secret garment
28. Producer of 18-minute talks
29. Turner who launched CNN
30. Sleuths, in slang
31. Sleuths, slangily
32. Private eyes, for short
33. 31 Across et al.
34. Spade and Hammer
35. Whodunit V.I.P.'s
36. Hawkshaws
37. Sherlocks, for short
38. Soho sleuths
39. Private eyes, in slang
40. Boston baseball legend Williams
41. Dorsal part of the midbrain
42. Nightline host Koppel
43. Clarinetist Lewis
44. Sleuths
45. Clue finders
46. Gumshoes, for short
47. Private eyes
48. Shadows
49. Shadows, briefly
50. Lt. Columbo et al.
51. Clue hunters, slangily
52. Bogie men?
53. Business records: Abbr.
54. Case workers briefly
55. Clue collectors for short
56. Clue hunters slangily
57. Clue interpreters for short
58. Columbo Spade and others
59. Crime fiction characters
60. Dicks
61. Fictional sleuths
62. Genteel affairs / Sleuths for short
63. Gumshoes for short
64. Gumshoes in old crime fiction
65. Gumshoes in slang
66. Gumshoes.
67. Hammer or Spade types
68. Hired sleuths slangily
69. Investigators for short
70. Investigators slangily
71. Many pulp heroes in slang
72. Mars and Marple for short
73. Nero Wolfe and Sam Spade briefly
74. Noir characters for short
75. Noir protagonists often
76. PIs
77. PIs slangily
78. Paretsky's Warshawski and Grafton's Millhone briefly
79. Plain-clothes men: Slang.
80. Private eyes for short
81. Private eyes in slang
82. Private eyes slangily
83. Private eyes.
84. Private investigators for short
85. Shadows briefly
86. Sherlocks for short
87. Slag for sleuths
88. Slangy private eyes
89. Sleuths briefly
90. Sleuths for short
91. Sleuths for short.
92. Sleuths in slang
93. Sleuths slangily
94. Sleuths.
95. Spade and Marlowe briefly
96. Spade et al. briefly
97. They're on the case in slang
98. Wimsey and Spade for short
99. Pulp heroes, often
100. PIs, slangily
101. A Kennedy
102. Shawnee leader
103. Kennedy or Koppel
104. Driver's aid
105. One of the Kennedys
106. Slugger Williams
107. Former senator Stevens
108. Newsman Koppel
109. Kennedy and Turner
110. Turner or Williams
111. Koppel of "Nightline"
112. Danson of "Cheers"
113. Late Knight
114. Boston's "Splendid Splinter."
115. Batting champ Williams.
116. A Kennedy.
117. Man's nickname.
118. One of the Kennedys.
119. Sleuths, briefly
120. Plain-clothes men: Slang
121. Business records: Abbr
122. Whodunit VIP's