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1. "___ Little Indians"
2. After 9:59
3. Indians or pins
4. Scholar's due time
5. Decimal interval
6. Decimal base
7. Big ___ of Midwest
8. ___-gallon hat
9. Base of decimal system
10. Number of "Little Indians"
11. One kind of strike
12. Last of the count
13. Extra-inning number
14. Decadal number
15. Number of Saturn's satellites
16. Lacrosse team
17. XX – X
18. Sock size
19. Valley of ___ Thousand Smokes, Alaska
20. Downing Street number
21. ___ of diamonds (big casino)
22. Half a score
23. Coffee-break hour
24. O'Hara's "___ North Frederick"
25. "Little Indians" number
26. One of the bills
27. Five and ___
28. Number of Commandments
29. Big casino's spot
30. Word with pins or cents
31. Decade number
32. "___ Cents a Dance"
33. Bill picturing U.S. Treasury
34. Bridge honor card
35. Derek film
36. Last round, usually
37. What a jack just beats
38. Number of nursery-rhyme Indians
39. Minimal minyan
40. Downing St. number
41. Knockout count
42. Bo's big hit
43. Blake Edwards film: 1979
44. Four bells
45. A prime time
46. Kind of totally successful strike
47. "A ___ o'clock scholar"
48. Score for Retton
49. Mark for Retton
50. Decalogue number
51. Perfect, in an Edwards film
52. Number of Mahler symphonies
53. Hamilton's bill
54. "___ lords a-leaping"
55. Basis of the decimal system
56. Hamilton's pet number?
57. Commandments number
58. Number for Retton
59. Knockout number
60. Number to count to
61. Louganis score
62. The last of a count
63. Address number for Thatcher
64. Complimentary number
65. Bowler's ___-strike
66. Last of a count
67. Take —— (rest)
68. Top rating, sometimes
69. Countdown starter
70. Second-highest pinochle card
71. "Perfect" number
72. Retton score
73. Second highest pinochle card
74. X, to Cicero
75. Derek vehicle
76. King beater, in pinochle
77. Score for Mary Lou Retton: 1984
78. Decimal-system base
79. Gymnast's perfect score
80. Basis of logarithms
81. Fingers number
82. King beater in pinochle
83. Scale extreme
84. Decade
85. Rating number
86. Louganis rating
87. ___ Downing Street
88. Metric multiple
89. Score halved
90. Gymnast's goal
91. Minyan minimum
92. O'Hara's "___ North Frederick" (3)
93. Countdown beginning
94. Decamerous group
95. X rating?
96. Perfect rating
97. Lacrosse squad
98. O'Hara's "_____ North Frederick"
99. Referee's count
100. Houston interstate
101. Maximum rating, often
102. Hour for blowing taps
103. Perfection, to some
104. Perfect, in a way
105. Site for Hamilton
106. Perfection in gymnastics
107. List complement
108. "Taps" time
109. Late evening
110. X-rating?
111. Rare gymnastics score
112. Hamilton is on it
113. Common base
114. Lacrosse quorum
115. Pins or penny preceder
116. Time to play taps
117. Noted Downing Street address
118. Word signaling the end of a match
119. Ring count
120. Perfect Olympics score
121. Nonscoring baccarat card
122. 61-Across, e.g.
123. Venice's Council of ___
124. Routine perfection?
125. British P.M.'s house number
126. Perfect figure
127. Mark of perfection
128. Something to take when you're tired?
129. Part of a split, perhaps
130. Council of ___ (Venetian tribunal)
131. Time for "Taps"
132. Count on both hands
133. Perfect beauty, maybe
134. Casual time to start work
135. Top rating, perhaps
136. Walt Frazier, for the Knicks
137. Perfect gymnastics score
138. Full complement of 41-Acrosses
139. Toe count
140. Lacrosse contingent
141. Phil Rizzuto's retired number
142. Scale's top, sometimes
143. A fourth of what's left?
144. Count in a full count
145. When taps is played
146. Metric base
147. Full complement of fingers
148. Full count
149. Our base system
150. Tumbler's dream
151. High end of many scales
152. Number of one-voweled, seven-letter words in this puzzle
153. Part of some straights
154. First in double figures
155. Top end of a scale
156. "Big" number in college athletics
157. The number at left + 1
158. Total hottie
159. "Taps" hour
160. Q's point value in Scrabble
161. What a king may be worth
162. Perfection, in some sports
163. Perfection, for some
164. Start of the end of a countdown
165. Sum of the first three prime numbers
166. With 54-Down, kind of store
167. V : five :: X : ___
168. Perfect diving score
169. Easy-to-multiply number
170. + 6
171. Top point value of a Scrabble tile
172. Real hottie
173. Start of many a countdown
174. Highest point value for a Scrabble tile
175. Something to take for a break
176. Word after big or top
177. Bo Derek, in afilm
178. Roman numeral X
179. The U.S. Treasury is on its back
180. How many appear in light entertainment?
181. A number from 'EastEnders'
182. Lowest honor card
183. Bill showing the Treasury Building
184. Bart Simpson's age
185. Gymnast's perfection, once
186. Jack's value, at times
187. Perfect score, sometimes
188. Rightmost bowling pin
189. Tither's percentage
190. Listen up fives, a ___ is speaking
191. Bowling pin count
192. Diamond, on the Mohs hardness scale
193. J's point value in Words With Friends
194. Lowest two-digit number
195. Number of "Things I Hate About You"
196. Number that's easy to divide by
197. Perfect Pitchfork rating
198. Q's value in Scrabble
199. Top number on some scales
200. Total number of I and Q tiles combined, in Scrabble
201. Twice this clue's number
202. Take ____
203. Blair's address
204. Blair's house number
205. Lords a-leaping number
206. Before Jack
207. Jack's neighbor
208. Lowest honor
209. Down for the count count
210. Count on your fingers?
211. Mohs scale top
212. Where Hamilton is
213. Downing Street address
214. Count on both hands?
215. Diamond, to Mohs
216. Hamilton setting
217. Spot for Hamilton's portrait
218. Gymnastics ideal
219. Top rating, often
220. It bears Hamilton's portrait
221. Plagues count
222. X, sometimes
223. Bill depicting the U.S. Treasury
224. Number of dimensions required for superstrings
225. Hamilton portrait setting
226. In hexadecimal, it's A
227. Fran Tarkenton's retired number
228. Twice 44-Across
229. Countdown start, often
230. Team size in men's lacrosse
231. Jack's value in blackjack
232. Number system base
233. Card with the most pips
234. Common banknote
235. Dozen minus a pair
236. It's A in hexadecimal
237. Second-highest card in pinochle
238. Toe total
239. Value of the hexadecimal A
240. Perfect score, often
241. VALUE OF Q, IN SCRABBLE
242. Score cut in half
243. Pica pitch
244. A full score or a half score
245. Storm, on the Beaufort scale
246. _____ Little Indians
247. Decimal unit
248. Like many fifth graders
249. Perfect score, at times
250. Pole footage?
251. Top of some ratings
252. Bart Simpson's perpetual age
253. Certain shoe size
254. Gymnast's reward
255. Perfect score, for some
256. Scale topper, often
257. What Bart Simpson has been for years
258. A real knockout, perhaps
259. Letterman list count
260. Number of toes on a chimpanzee
261. Perfect score?
262. __-four (bit of CB slang)
263. ___ Little Indians
264. Basketball courtful
265. Diver's "perfect"
266. Figure skater's "perfect"
267. Gymnast's "best"
268. Gymnast's "perfect"
269. Gymnast's perfect mark
270. Hamilton in a wad
271. Knock out count
272. Lepidus's X
273. Net, another way?
274. X, in old Roma
275. X, on some dials
276. X, to Nero
277. X, to some
278. Great score
279. Gymnast's objective
280. Gymnast's aspiration
281. Like most fifth-graders
282. Commandments count
283. Goal for an angry count?
284. Great snore
285. Break time, maybe
286. One of a score's two
287. Half a double sawbuck
288. On a scale score
289. The cardinal number equal to 9 + 1
290. X, to Cato
291. ... a ___ O'clock...
292. Bodacious rating
293. Neymar's number
294. Highest Scrabble letter value
295. Top number?
296. Anger management number
297. Looker, numerically
298. Lobster's leg count
299. Gymnast's perfection
300. It can be a perfect number
301. Pin near a gutter
302. Reds manager Sparky Anderson's number
303. __-speed
304. ___ Little Indians (Sherman Alexie book)
305. #209 on Rolling Stones' "500 Greatest Albums of All Time"
306. 24-Down, for some
307. Countdown's start
308. Dennis Rodman on the Pistons
309. Eli Manning on the Giants
310. Famous Downing Street number
311. Hamilton
312. Height in feet of a basketball rim
313. Lionel Messi's number
314. Number of generations between Noah and Abraham
315. Number of official cards in a Rorschach test
316. Number of points scored by Seattle in their only Super Bowl
317. Number worn by Pelأ©
318. Number worn by Vince Young
319. Smallest noncototient number
320. Standard envelope size
321. Wayne Rooney's jersey number, for Manchester United
322. Hamilton's note
323. Softball complement
324. What X can mean
325. Finger allotment
326. Nonet plus one
327. Woodstock's __ Years After
328. Sextus's X
329. Number of birds hidden in starred-clue answers
330. Sundial X
331. Canvas count
332. Common-logarithm base
333. Council of ___ (governing body of old Venice)
334. Number on Gordon Brown's door
335. Rating-scale topper
336. Big ___ (NCAA conference)
337. Great gymnastics score
338. Number of hydrogen atoms in a butane molecule
339. Neon's number
340. Common countdown start
341. Upper limit of mineralogists' Mohs scale
342. Upper limit of some scales
343. Coveted diving score
344. Far-right bowling pin
345. Gymnast's joy
346. Number of Lost Tribes of Israel
347. What people on a break may take
348. Largest number in a deck of cards
349. Low card in a royal flush
350. Lowest card in a royal flush
351. Two-digit card
352. Break time for many
353. Common news hour
354. Olympic perfection
355. Perfection symbol
356. Pin near the gutter
357. X, numerically
358. Number of hydrogen atoms in butane
359. Pin in the back
360. Theme answer count, amount of letters in each, word hidden in each, and, when repeated twice, today's date
361. Word with Big or top
362. X rating in old Rome?
363. Boxing count
364. Commandment count
365. Down-for-the-count count
366. Bill of Rights amendment count
367. Classic Pearl Jam album
368. Farthest-right bowling pin
369. King's value, sometimes
370. Phil Rizzuto's number
371. Comaneci score
372. Countdown kickoff
373. Olympic diver's perfection
374. Royal flush part
375. Widely used base
376. X on a sundial
377. Years in a decade
378. Olympic diver's ideal
379. Sign of perfection
380. Twice five
381. Common break hour
382. Commonly used base
383. Crab leg count
384. Five-and-__ store
385. Ideal figure
386. Jack's value, sometimes
387. Notable Downing Street number
388. Shoe length
389. High end of many a scale
390. Morning break hour
391. Number worn by Tony La Russa as a tribute to Sparky Anderson
392. On a scale of one to __
393. What X may mean
394. Half a score, or a perfect one
395. King's value, at times
396. Much-used base
397. Dancing With the Stars achievement
398. Base __
399. Bill with Hamilton on it
400. Common math base
401. Common scale extreme
402. Square root of 100
403. Top songs set
404. Yellow bill in classic Monopoly
405. 42-Down's leg count
406. Base for money
407. Base used often
408. Cube root of 1,000
409. Notable Downing Street address
410. Olympic diver's goal
411. The "1" in 15, really
412. Common face card value
413. X, at times
414. Half-score
415. Decimal-system unit
416. Perfect score in gymnastics
417. Perfect score, perhaps
418. Top score, at times
419. First-down yardage
420. Lacrosse complement
421. Perfection, maybe
422. Perfection, to Retton
423. Scholarly time?
424. Top of a rating scale
425. Countdown component
426. Top gymnastics rating
427. Fifth grader's typical age
428. First item on a Letterman list
429. Kayo count
430. Men's lacrosse team
431. Ref's highest number
432. Top rating of a sort
433. Highest-numbered bowling pin
434. Gymnast's top score
435. NBA hoop height, in feet
436. What 56 Down means
437. Fifth-grader's typical age
438. Gymnastics score
439. Toe complement
440. Coffee-break time, often
441. Commandment complement
442. Five-sixths of a dozen
443. Interstate through Houston
444. Lacrosse team count
445. Top of some rating scales
446. Slightly less than a dozen
447. Log-table base
448. Metric-system base
449. Sawbuck
450. Number of years between U.S. censuses
451. Period of a renter's lease
452. Some farmers
453. Feature of the Christian God
454. Pre-noon time
455. Crofter, in Britain
456. Soldier's 1000
457. Lucy or Ricky, to Fred and Ethel
458. Like a solid argument
459. Latish wake-up time
460. Matter of lease concern?
461. One signing with a landlord
462. Flat population
463. ___ penny (very common, in British lingo)
464. Like a small farm, perhaps
465. Leisurely time to arrive at the office
466. Look after, as a bar
467. Conjure up spirits?
468. Bridge player's combo
469. Some bridge holdings
470. Late breakfast time, maybe
471. Studio occupant, e.g.
472. ___ Beer Night (1974 baseball promotion that ended in a riot)
473. *Late office opening, say
474. One paying a flat rate
475. The Ricardos, to the Mertzes
476. Like bulldogs
477. Like a good-sized estate, maybe
478. Break time, perhaps
479. Common break time
480. Number of mispelled words in this puzzle's clues (oh, by the way, watch out for those tricky circled squares!)
481. Any one of the company in "Three's Company"
482. Typical Manhattanite
483. Care for, as a garden
484. What 15, say, would be for leaving home
485. Brunch time, say
486. Coffee break hour
487. Possession of property
488. Flat need?
489. Landlord's counterpart
490. Flat population?
491. Perfect ___
492. What Lionel Messi wears
493. What X equals in Roman numerals
494. X amount
495. Highish bridge combo
496. 1000, familiarly
497. Approximate end of a rush hour
498. Flat figures
499. Stretchable cords
500. J's value in Words With Friends
501. Number of World Series rings for Yogi Berra as a player
502. Number of sides on a decagon
503. Perfect score, or half of a score
504. Start of many CB radio codes
505. Highish bridge holding
506. Comedy rock duo featuring actor Jack Black
507. Not ridiculous, as an argument
508. One with a 20-Across
509. Watch, as a bar
510. 1000 in the military
511. One trading dollars for quarters
512. Bedouin homes
513. Shelter that gets pitched
514. Caruso or Corelli
515. High-toned guy?
516. 'Suddenly Last Summer' playwright
517. 11-Across' sport
518. Choir males
519. Person encamping
520. Operatic male
521. Partner of a mortise
522. Hemingway feeling more uptight?
523. Certain till fill
524. Cliffhanging
525. 'Idylls of the King' poet
526. Any ':50' time
527. With 27-Across, Pavarotti number, e.g.
528. Voices below altos
529. The Hold Steady "Chill Out ___"
530. What road manager did
531. Billy Joel "Leave a ___ Alone"
532. Dylan "True Love ___ to Forget"
533. Kings of Leon formation state
534. Cream asked "Anyone for" this
535. Certain horn or sax
536. Led Zep "Physical Graffiti" song "___ Gone"
537. Cure "A Short ___ Effect"
538. Six years, for Hillary
539. Two years, for Gary Condit
540. Metaphor part
541. Alagna and Araiza
542. Where Scouts sleep
543. Like a well-armed fort
544. They're in your apartment building
545. Play goal
546. Serves beer after beer
547. What a landlord seeks
548. Serve up the drinks
549. Watch over, as the flock
550. Serves brewski after brewski
551. Slo-pitch softball complement
552. Start of many countdowns
553. Keep watch over, as the flock
554. Sore side?
555. Perfect rating in gymnastics
556. Former retail establishment
557. Clinging part of a climbing plant
558. Blue stripe
559. End of a boxing referee's count
560. Neon's atomic number
561. Number of lords a-leaping in a Christmas song
562. Z's value in Scrabble
563. ___-speed bike
564. Base of many operations?
565. Downing St. number of note
566. Hamilton -- or half a Jackson
567. X, to Caesar
568. Elite Downing Street address
569. Face card's value, in blackjack
570. Number of lords a-leaping
571. Number of teams in the Big 12
572. Pin in many a bowling split
573. Rightmost pin in some splits
574. Perfect woman?
575. When some late news starts
576. First and __
577. __ Commandments
578. Net, another way
579. Perfect candidate?
580. Perfect figure?
581. Roman X
582. Big ___ (conference that has eleven teams in it)
583. One meaning of X
584. What X might mean
585. You can hang it or take it
586. One of two in a score
587. Start of a countdown
588. Big ___ (college sports elite)
589. Bill with Hamilton
590. Common scale topper
591. Face card's equal in blackjack
592. Face card's value in blackjack
593. Far-reaching power base?
594. Hoop height, in feet
595. New time for Leno in New York
596. Atomic number of neon
597. Big ___ (NCAA conference that actually has eleven teams)
598. Minimum number of men in a minyan
599. Number of provinces in Canada
600. Score for Nadia Comaneci
601. Commonest card value in blackjack
602. Diamond, on the Mohs scale
603. Great score, or half of one
604. King's equal in blackjack
605. Start of a countdown, often
606. X on some faces
607. Highest Apgar score
608. ___ Years After (Woodstock band)
609. Bowling number
610. Choir member: Abbr.
611. Commandment number
612. ___ Downing St.
613. First and ___ (football term)
614. K. O. number
615. Two handfuls
616. Certain scholar's hour
617. Kind of spot or strike
618. Mus. voice
619. Scholar's time
620. Sum of little Indians
621. Number in a minyan
622. ___-to-one odds
623. Little Indian number
624. Scholarly time
625. Pins or commandments
626. Jack's inferior
627. Round number
628. XX – X
629. Little Indians number
630. Caesar's X
631. KO count
632. Bo Derek film
633. Bo Derek's rating
634. ___ Cents a Dance
635. A ___ o'clock scholar
636. ___ lords a-leaping
637. Blue Jays or Orioles
638. Perfect number
639. End of a ring count
640. Take —— (rest)
641. Bo's number
642. Countdown start
643. End up two short of a dozen
644. Solidly based
645. Flat taker
646. Large shoe size
647. Royal flush necessity
648. Time for a coffee break, maybe
649. Period of a renter's agreement
650. Like an old pay telephone call
651. Pin number?
652. Bulldog's quality
653. Leaseholds
654. Walk-up resident
655. Struggling rural worker
656. Easily defended
657. Having some merit
658. Playing card combo
659. Boxing count conclusion
660. Finger count
661. Perfect score
662. Famous Downing Street address
663. Five's partner
664. Top score, sometimes
665. It's an honor
666. Top of some scales
667. Big ___ Conference
668. Hang ___
669. Decimal system base
670. Letterman list, e.g.
671. Mid-morning
672. Prime-time time
673. X, to Xanthippe
674. Beauty mark?
675. ___ Little Indians (Christie classic)
676. Beauty mark
677. Number of Biblical commandments
678. Part of a royal flush
679. ___ Commandments
680. ___ Little Indians (Christie mystery)
681. Blackjack half
682. Card immediately below a jack
683. Final countdown starter
684. ___ code (set of numbers used by CBers)
685. Fight-ending word
686. Fingers count?
687. Number of items in Letterman's lists
688. What a ref may count to
689. Feet from floor to hoop
690. Gymnasts's goal
691. Word that may end a fight
692. Bo Derek flick
693. Half of a score
694. Ball with a blue stripe
695. Bo Derek comedy
696. Frequent countdown starter
697. Gymnastic perfection
698. Scale topper, perhaps
699. Big ___ (college football division)
700. Prime time time
701. Target number for an angry counter
702. Heavenly body?
703. Top ___
704. Symbol of perfection
705. Taps time
706. Cardinal number
707. Death has ___ thousand doors—Webster
708. Remarkable
709. Blackjack component
710. X
711. See 52-Down
712. Evening hour
713. Royal flush card
714. Top mark
715. Highest tile value in Scrabble
716. Number of clues in this puzzle that contain factual inaccuracies
717. Real good-looker
718. Big ___
719. Phil Rizzuto, on the Yankees
720. Olympics ideal
721. Number of sides in a decagon
722. Good companion for an ace in Vegas
723. Highest non-face card
724. It's taken to calm down
725. Base ___
726. It's perfect
727. Two hours before noon
728. See 53-Across
729. A, in the hexadecimal number system
730. It may be hung on a board
731. A number of perfect people?
732. Card below a jack
733. Five pairs
734. Midmorning
735. Prime-time hour
736. Gymnast's dream
737. Wallet bill
738. Bedtime, for some
739. Hamilton's place
740. Blackjack card
741. Island off the coast of Greece (7)
742. Square root of hundred
743. Morning hour
744. Basis of decimal notation
745. Lucky strike
746. Several, many
747. Indefinitely, several
748. Word not uttered over Walcott
749. Trio plus septet
750. ___ ing Street
751. Two hands, as herrings
752. Numeral
753. Number
754. Number of weeks 13 ' journey took
755. Start with so many Indians
756. Famous ing St address
757. Age of innocence
758. The President plus the cabinet
759. Bill of Rights number
760. It carries Hamilton's picture
761. Yards to make a first
762. Recipe to keep from losing one's temper
763. When some banks open
764. Left hand’s traditional steering wheel position, or a hint to the starred answers’ starts
765. " Little Indians"
766. "... a ___ O'clock..."
767. "... a ___ o'clock scholar"
768. "And Joseph's ___ brethren went down to buy corn" (Gen. 42
769. "And the servant took ___ camels" (Gen. 24:10)
770. "Big" college football number
771. "Dancing With the Stars" achievement
772. "Down for the count" count
773. "Down for the count" number
774. "Here's tonight's Top ___ List": Letterman
775. "I wouldn't touch it with a ___-foot pole!"
776. "I wouldn't touch that with a ___-foot pole!"
777. "Listen up fives a ___ is speaking"
778. "Lords a-leaping" count
779. "Lords a-leaping" number
780. "Puppy paws" dice roll
781. "Speed" of many bikes
782. "Take ___"
783. "The Next ___ Minutes" ("The Last 5 Years" song)
784. "Top" ranking
785. "___ Commandments of Love"
786. "___ Little Indians" (1965 thriller)
787. "___ Little Indians" (Agatha Christie novel)
788. "___ Little Indians" (Christie classic)
789. "___ Little Indians" (Christie mystery)
790. "___ Little Indians" (Sherman Alexie book)
791. "___ Summoner's Tales" (Sting album)
792. "___ Things I Hate About You"
793. "___ Things I Hate About You" (1999)
794. "___ cubits shall be the length of a board" (Ex. 26:16)
795. "___ little Indian boys"
796. "___ lords aleaping... "
797. "___-dollar Founding Father without a father..."
798. "x" in 5x = x^2 2
799. 'Taps' hour
800. 'X' amount
801. * Bo Derek movie that caused a Ravel revival
802. *Take ___
803. 6
804. -
805. 1010 in binary
806. 120 minutes before noon
807. 1992 Pearl Jam album
808. 20 under 30
809. 2007 David Wain movie with "The"
810. 40% of what's left?
811. 5/6 of a dozen
812. <--
813. A Hamilton
814. A VHF channel
815. A bill
816. A bit less than a dozen
817. A dozen minus two
818. A fifth of fifty
819. A fourth of 40
820. A half-score
821. A log's base?
822. A perfect score
823. A perfect score for some
824. A prime-time time
825. A real knockout perhaps
826. A scholar's arrival time.
827. A scholar's hour.
828. A in hexadecimal
829. A in the hexadecimal number system
830. A.L. team
831. Agatha Christie's "___ Little Indians"
832. Age at which Tatum O'Neal won an Oscar
833. Age that causes parents to exclaim "Double digits!"
834. Album with "Alive" and "Even Flow"
835. Album with "Jeremy" and "Even Flow"
836. Alexander Hamilton locale
837. An honor card in bridge
838. Appointment time
839. Athlete.s perfect score
840. Attractive person informally
841. Austin Mini wheel diameter ___ inches (3)
842. Austin Mini's overall length (ft.)
843. Awesome beauty mark?
844. Back-row bowling pin
845. Baker's dozen minus three
846. Balance beam perfection
847. Base based on our hands
848. Base for digital calculators?
849. Base in wide use
850. Base of many operations
851. Base that belongs to us?
852. Base used by many
853. Basic number.
854. Bedtime for some
855. Bedtime for some
856. Bedtime.
857. Big 12 team count
858. Big cassino.
859. Big ___ (NCAA conference with 14 teams)
860. Big ___.
861. Big casino.
862. Big number in the Midwest.
863. Big or top follower
864. Big score on the floor
865. BILL
866. Bill depicting the Treasury Building
867. Bill featuring Hamilton
868. Bill gets a top rating
869. Bill in a till
870. Bill not depicting a president
871. Bill of Rights count
872. Bill passed regularly
873. Bill passed regularly?
874. Bill with Hamilton's visage
875. Bill: Colloq.
876. Billfold bill
877. Billiard ball with a blue stripe
878. Binary 2
879. Binary two
880. Blair's old house number
881. Blair's street number
882. Blue-striped ball
883. Blue-striped billiard ball
884. Bo Derek classic
885. Bo Derek movie
886. Bo Derek's number
887. Bo Derek's score
888. Bo Derek in a 1979 film
889. Bo Derek numerically
890. Bo Derek per the movie
891. Bo's score
892. Bout count conclusion
893. Bout-ending number
894. Bowling pin number
895. Bowling pin on the far right
896. Bowling-pin count
897. Break time
898. Break time maybe
899. Bridge honor card.
900. Brunch time
901. Brunch time perhaps
902. CARD
903. Card complement in a standard Rorschach test
904. Card count in a Rorschach test
905. Card in a royal flush
906. Card that a jack beats
907. Card worth 0 in baccarat
908. Card.
909. Cardinal number.
910. Cato's X
911. Certain bill
912. Certain perfect score
913. Certain scholar's time
914. Chorus mem.
915. Classic 1991 album
916. Classic album of 1991
917. Classic grunge album
918. Clear up
919. Coffee break hour.
920. Coffee break time
921. Coffee break time perhaps
922. Coffee-break hour often
923. Coffee-break time
924. Coffee-break time often
925. Coffee-break time perhaps
926. Comaneci accomplishment
927. Comaneci feat
928. Commandment total
929. Commandments' count
930. Common base system
931. Common coffee break hour
932. Common list complement
933. Common toe count
934. Commonly used numerical base
935. Complete knockout
936. Composite number hidden in this clue
937. Cons' partner.
938. Corner pin
939. Count on one's fingers?
940. Count on two hands
941. Count on your toes
942. Countdown number
943. Countdown start often
944. Countdown word
945. Coveted "Dancing with the Stars" score
946. Coveted sports award
947. Crab-leg complement
948. Cube root of 1 000
949. Cube root of a thousand
950. David Cameron's house number
951. David Letterman list count
952. Decad.
953. Decade count
954. Decade years
955. Decade.
956. Decapod's leg count
957. Decimal basis.
958. Decimal number
959. Decimal unit.
960. Derek's number
961. Derek's rating
962. Diamond's value on the Mohs Scale
963. Diamond on the Mohs hardness scale
964. Diamond on the Mohs scale
965. Diamond to Mohs
966. Diez across the Rio Grande
967. Diez: Eng.
968. Digital number
969. Digital number?
970. Diver's goal
971. Diving ideal
972. Dix.
973. Dress size
974. Dress size.
975. Duckpin or candlepin count
976. Dudley Moore comedy
977. Dudley Moore film
978. Dudley Moore movie
979. Early Pearl Jam album
980. Easy multiplier
981. Eli Manning on the field
982. Equivalent of a Roman X
983. Equivalent of the hexadecimal A
984. Excellent rating (unless it's out of 100)
985. Express lane limit often
986. Extreme IMDb rating
987. FBI's most wanted list number
988. Face card value
989. Face card's value in blackjack
990. Face card's value often
991. Face value in blackjack
992. Face value?
993. Fairly large shoe size
994. Fifth of fifty
995. Fifth studio album by Wet Wet Wet ironically
996. First and ___
997. First card below the faces
998. First double-digit number
999. First down yardage
1000. First down yardage.
1001. First number shouted before a ball drop often
1002. First of the double digits
1003. First-down distance
1004. Five after five
1005. Five doubled
1006. Five-and-___ (store of yore)
1007. Five-and-___ store
1008. Flawless routine
1009. Floor-to-hoop footage
1010. Folding money
1011. Forenoon hour.
1012. Four bells aboard ship
1013. Four bells.
1014. Four preceder to CBers
1015. Fourth of forty
1016. Fraction of a dozen
1017. Full complement of bowling pins
1018. Full complement of limbs on a squid
1019. Full complement of toes
1020. Full finger count
1021. Gallons in a hat?
1022. Generations from Adam through Noah
1023. Goal for some Olympians
1024. Great diving score
1025. Great score or half of one
1026. Groundbreaking result for Nadia
1027. Gymnast s goal
1028. Gymnast's ideal
1029. Gymnast's perfect score once
1030. Gymnast's perfection once
1031. Gymnast's quest
1032. Gymnastic feat
1033. Gymnastics feat
1034. Half a score or a perfect one
1035. Half a score.
1036. Half a score... or a perfect score
1037. Hamilton (...for when a Lincoln won't do)
1038. Hamilton bill
1039. Hamilton's bill (3)
1040. Hamiltonian bill
1041. Handy bill.
1042. Hard-to-make point in craps
1043. Hemi-score
1044. Hemi-score?
1045. Hexadecimal A
1046. High rating
1047. High score
1048. Highest Scrabble tile point value
1049. Highest Scrabble tile value
1050. Highest number on a standard "Mario Party" dice block
1051. Highest rating often
1052. Highest value in the Mohs scale
1053. Hollywood pariahs once
1054. Honor card
1055. Honor card.
1056. Hoop height in feet
1057. Hosiery size.
1058. Hottie perhaps
1059. Hour.
1060. Hours in a Saturn day
1061. How many "Summoner's Tales" Sting told
1062. How many little Indians?
1063. How old Jonesin' Crosswords recently turned
1064. How the subject of this puzzle would rate sushi
1065. Hut opening?
1066. Hut preceder
1067. Hut preceder on base
1068. Ideal number
1069. Impeccability indicator
1070. Important metric number
1071. Important number on Downing Street
1072. In fourth grade maybe
1073. In hexadecimal it's A
1074. Indefinitely many.
1075. Initial double digit
1076. Interstate through Phoenix
1077. Isle off New Caledonia
1078. It counts for nothing in baccarat
1079. It looks like 2 in binary
1080. It may be taken to rest
1081. It often symbolizes perfection
1082. It was worn by Phil Rizzuto
1083. It's A in hex
1084. It's just below a court card*
1085. Its ancient equivalent was used to create this puzzle's theme
1086. Jack's inferior?
1087. Jack's value sometimes
1088. Jefferson's bill
1089. Judge's highest rating on "Dancing with the Stars"
1090. Jury minus 2
1091. Just-add-a-zero multiplier
1092. K. O. count.
1093. Kerry Strug's goal
1094. Kind of strike
1095. King beater in pinochle
1096. King's equivalent in blackjack
1097. King's inferior
1098. King's value
1099. King's value sometimes
1100. Knock out
1101. Knockout
1102. Knockout number in more ways than one
1103. Knockout of knockouts
1104. Kordell Stewart's jersey number
1105. Lacrosse squad count
1106. Lacrosse team complement
1107. Lacrosse team number
1108. Lacrosse team.
1109. Lacrosse-team complement
1110. Largest three-letter number
1111. Last round usually
1112. Late dinner time
1113. Late dinnertime
1114. Latin X
1115. Left hand's traditional steering wheel position or a hint to the starred answers' starts
1116. Legs on a lobster
1117. Letterman list e.g.
1118. Letterman's list number
1119. Letterman's list total
1120. Letterman's top number
1121. Like many fifth-graders
1122. Like the "South Park" boys pretty much throughout the series
1123. List total often
1124. Little Indians' number
1125. Little indian count
1126. Local-news hour maybe
1127. Log's base?
1128. Looker numerically
1129. Low card in a high straight
1130. Low euchre card
1131. Lowball hand that is usually close to 50-50 against a draw*
1132. Lowball hand that wins approximately half the time against a one-card draw*
1133. Lowest part of the top straight
1134. Lowest royal-flush card
1135. Lowest two-digit positive integer
1136. Lowish pinochle card
1137. Major's house number
1138. Maradona's jersey number
1139. Mark of excellence
1140. Maximum rating often
1141. Medium crew size
1142. Mid-morning hour
1143. Midmorning hour
1144. Midmorning time
1145. Midmorning.
1146. Moore film
1147. Moore movie
1148. Morning coffee break time
1149. Most common card value in blackjack
1150. Most wanted number
1151. Musical abbreviation.
1152. NBA hoop height in feet
1153. Nadia's mark
1154. Nadia's number
1155. Nadia's number?
1156. Net another way
1157. Net another way?
1158. News hour for many
1159. Neymar Jr.'s number
1160. Nice round number
1161. Nine plus one
1162. Noted Downing St. address
1163. Noted number on Downing Street
1164. Number a diver wants to hear
1165. Number across from four on a clock
1166. Number after Big or top
1167. Number in Letterman's list
1168. Number in a Kate Hudson movie title
1169. Number in scientific notation
1170. Number in the musical "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels"?
1171. Number of Beaujolais Crus
1172. Number of Canadian provinces
1173. Number of Gemini missions that put astronauts into earth orbit
1174. Number of Gold Gloves Mike Schmidt won
1175. Number of Masters Tiger will win according to a Nicklaus prediction
1176. Number of Ns in the grid
1177. Number of albums under Elvis Costello's belt when he released "King of America"
1178. Number of amendments in the Bill of Rights
1179. Number of arms a squid has.
1180. Number of counties in New Hampshire
1181. Number of cylinders in Dodge Viper engine (3)
1182. Number of doctors?
1183. Number of dollars a value-priced wine may run you
1184. Number of dots in a tetractys
1185. Number of duel commandments in "Hamilton"
1186. Number of fingers on a chimp
1187. Number of fugitives on a noted list
1188. Number of hot dogs in a package typically
1189. Number of items on a Letterman list
1190. Number of legs on a prawn.
1191. Number of letters in this week's contest answer and the number of theme entries you seek
1192. Number of limbs on a squid
1193. Number of little Indians
1194. Number of little piggies in song
1195. Number of mispelled words in this puzzle's clues (oh by the way watch out for those tricky circled squares!)
1196. Number of numbers in a number
1197. Number of one-voweled seven-letter words in this puzzle
1198. Number of pins in a strike
1199. Number of plaques inflicted on Egypt in Exodus 7-12
1200. Number of points the Chiefs scored in Super Bowl I
1201. Number of prime ministers on Downing Street?
1202. Number of states that border the Mississippi
1203. Number of summoner's tales
1204. Number of ways to place five queens on a 5x5 chessboard such that no queen is under attack by any other
1205. Number of years between censuses
1206. Number of years in a decade
1207. Number on David Cameron's door
1208. Number on John LeClair's uniform
1209. Number on a Z in a game
1210. Number starting many a countdown
1211. Number synonymous with Nadia Comaneci
1212. Number that a parent might threaten to count to
1213. Number that looks like itself repeated when expressed in binary
1214. Number that's "shi" in Mandarin
1215. Number that's the basis of the decimal system
1216. Number to count up to
1217. Number with "top"
1218. Number worn by Messi Neymar and James Rodriguez
1219. Number worn by Pele
1220. Number worn by Pele Diego Maradona and Zinedine Zidane
1221. Number.
1222. Numeral.
1223. Numerical perfection indicator
1224. Obsolete gymnastics standard
1225. Olympian's quest
1226. Olympic ideal
1227. Olympic maximum
1228. Olympic top score
1229. Olympics top score
1230. On a scale of one to ___
1231. One and two and three and four
1232. One can take it or hang it
1233. One kind of strike.
1234. One million divided by one hundred thousand
1235. One of the albums that defined "grunge"
1236. One of two needed for a score
1237. One-fourth of forty
1238. Order of magnitude multiplier
1239. Original Amendments count
1240. Our base
1241. PG part
1242. Pair of fins
1243. Part of a countdown.
1244. Part of a split perhaps
1245. Part of prime time
1246. Part of the countdown.
1247. Pearl Jam "Garden" album
1248. Pearl Jam "Oceans" album
1249. Pearl Jam "Why Go" album
1250. Pearl Jam album
1251. Pearl Jam album with "Alive" and "Jeremy"
1252. Pearl Jam release of 1991
1253. Pearl Jam's "Black" album
1254. Pearl Jam's 1991 debut album
1255. Pearl Jam's debut album
1256. Pearl Jam's debut studio album
1257. Pearl Jam's first
1258. Percentage of your income you should invest according to some financial planners
1259. Perfect Apgar score
1260. Perfect beauty maybe
1261. Perfect body after Bea and Chris
1262. Perfect dive
1263. Perfect grade
1264. Perfect mark
1265. Perfect number to a gymnast
1266. Perfect number?
1267. Perfect representation
1268. Perfect score for Mary Lou Retton
1269. Perfect score for Simone Biles
1270. Perfect score for some
1271. Perfect score sometimes
1272. Perfect score that is half a score
1273. Perfect score at times
1274. Perfect score for some
1275. Perfect score maybe
1276. Perfect score often
1277. Perfect score or half a score
1278. Perfect score or half of a score
1279. Perfect score perhaps
1280. Perfect score sometimes
1281. Perfect score... or half of one
1282. Perfect to a gymnast
1283. Perfect in a way
1284. Perfect in an Edwards film
1285. Perfect on the parallel bars
1286. Perfect to most
1287. Perfection indicator
1288. Perfection for some
1289. Perfection in some sports
1290. Perfection maybe
1291. Perfection sometimes
1292. Perfection to Dawes
1293. Perfection to Retton
1294. Perfection to Strug
1295. Perfection to a gymnast
1296. Perfection to some
1297. Phil Rizzuto wore it as a Yankee
1298. Phil Rizzuto's number retired by the Yankees
1299. Phil Rizzuto's uniform number
1300. Phil Rizzuto on the Yankees
1301. Piece of bread?
1302. Pin adjacent to a gutter
1303. Pin count
1304. Pin count in an alley
1305. Pin in some splits
1306. Pin total
1307. Pinochle card
1308. Pinochle king-topper
1309. Pins to be bowled over
1310. Playing card
1311. Playing card that has the most pips
1312. Playing card with the most pips
1313. Playing card.
1314. Point value of a "Z" in Scrabble
1315. Poker card
1316. Pool ball with a blue stripe
1317. Popular Downing Street address
1318. Pot ___
1319. Power base?
1320. Preteen age
1321. Prime television time on the east coast
1322. Prime time
1323. Prime time hour
1324. Prime time.
1325. Profit
1326. Punk band ___ Foot Pole
1327. Purple-tinged Canadian bill
1328. Q's point value in Scrabble
1329. Quantity of commandments or little indians
1330. Queen's value at times
1331. Recently redesigned Canadian currency bill
1332. Referee's last number
1333. Ricky Rudds number
1334. Rorschach card complement
1335. Routine goal
1336. Royal flush component
1337. Royal-flush card
1338. Royal-flush necessity
1339. Rush "Force ___"
1340. Rusty Staub's retired number
1341. Sawbuck.
1342. Sawbucks
1343. Scale boundary
1344. Scale maximum often
1345. Scale topper
1346. Scale topper often
1347. Scale topper perhaps
1348. Scale's top sometimes
1349. Scholarly hour?
1350. Scientific notation figure
1351. Score X .5
1352. Score half
1353. Scrabble double word score for START
1354. Season of "RuPaul's Drag Race" won by Aquaria
1355. Second-lowest denomination of euro banknote
1356. Second-lowest stripe
1357. Sexy thing
1358. Shaken thumb in American Sign Language
1359. Shallow pan
1360. Shoe size
1361. Shorthand for October at times
1362. Sinai number
1363. Sir John A. Macdonald's bill
1364. Six plus four
1365. Slow-pitch softball complement
1366. Small crew
1367. Smallest two-digit number
1368. Some people take it to relax
1369. Something hung on a surfboard?
1370. Something taken by the tired
1371. Something to take or hang
1372. Spare complement
1373. Speeds on bikes?
1374. Spot card.
1375. Start of a countdown often
1376. Start of a countdown perhaps
1377. Stellar score
1378. Storm on the Beaufort scale
1379. Strike count?
1380. Strike number
1381. Striped blue ball
1382. Strong rating
1383. Strug strives for it
1384. Super fly after "a"
1385. Surfing maneuver invovling lower digits*
1386. Symbol of gymnastic perfection
1387. TV news hour
1388. Take (rest)
1389. Take ___
1390. Take ___ (rest)
1391. Take ___ (take a short rest).
1392. Take care of
1393. Tanqueray gin brand
1394. Target score for Simone Biles
1395. The base of our system
1396. The prohibitions of Moses - how many?
1397. The top number?
1398. Theme answer count amount of letters in each word hidden in each and when repeated twice today's date
1399. Third of thirty
1400. This conference is Big
1401. Till bill
1402. Time
1403. Time for a coffee break
1404. Tithe percentage
1405. Tithing amount
1406. To relax take it
1407. Toe number
1408. Toe quota
1409. Toe tally
1410. Toes count
1411. Toes tally
1412. Top Olympics number
1413. Top ___ (singles listing)
1414. Top ___ hit
1415. Top gymnastic score
1416. Top number
1417. Top number in the Mohs scale
1418. Top of many rating scales
1419. Top rating
1420. Top rating on some scales
1421. Top rating at times
1422. Top rating often
1423. Top rating perhaps
1424. Top rating sometimes
1425. Top score
1426. Top score for Simone Biles
1427. Top score at times
1428. Top score or half a score
1429. Top score sometimes
1430. Total number of Olympic medals won by Carl Lewis
1431. Total number of your toes
1432. Traditional number of seas plus three
1433. Treasury bill
1434. Trig. func.
1435. Two down from a queen
1436. Two fins
1437. Two fivers
1438. Two fives
1439. Two hours before midnight
1440. Two short of a dozen
1441. Tyler's place among presidents
1442. Type of strike
1443. Up to 50% of American adults will fall victim to identity theft in the next ___ years
1444. Usual number of paces
1445. Valley of ___ Thousand Smokes Alaska
1446. Value of Q in Scrabble
1447. Value of Q in Scrabble
1448. Value of a Q or Z in Scrabble
1449. Wallet bill perhaps
1450. Wallet bill sometimes
1451. Wallet item
1452. Wallet item perhaps
1453. Wallet note
1454. Walt Frazier for the Knicks
1455. Wayne Rooney's jersey number for Manchester United
1456. Well-known Downing Street address
1457. What "decem" means.
1458. What "dix" means.
1459. What "zehn" means.
1460. What X may stand for
1461. What a serve needs to clear in some games
1462. What half the letters in "twenty" spell
1463. What isn't quite worth jack?
1464. What some people take to relax?
1465. What some take to relax?
1466. What the Roman numeral "X" stands for
1467. What the binary number for two looks like
1468. What the tired might take
1469. What you might take to relax
1470. When some local news starts
1471. Where to see Hamilton
1472. Why the exaggeration? Because it's this number raised to the nth power
1473. Woodstock's ___ Years After
1474. Word following Big or Top
1475. Word of perfection
1476. Word that ends many fights
1477. Word that has ended many fights
1478. Word that's ended many fights
1479. Word to end a fight
1480. Word with "hang" or "take"
1481. Word with "take" or "hang"
1482. Word with hang or take
1483. Word with pins or penny
1484. Word with speed or spot
1485. Word with take or hang
1486. Word yelled on December 31st at 11:59:50pm
1487. X can mean this
1488. X to the Romans
1489. X as a number
1490. X at times
1491. X in Roman numerals
1492. X in old Roma
1493. X maybe
1494. X now
1495. X numerically
1496. X on a Rolex
1497. X on a clock
1498. X on some dials
1499. X sometimes
1500. X to Caesar
1501. X to Cato
1502. X to Cicero
1503. X to Nero
1504. X to Xanthippe
1505. X to some
1506. X-rated movie?
1507. XX X
1508. Yarborough's lack
1509. Yards for a first down
1510. Yards needed for a first down
1511. Years Abram dwelt in Canaan
1512. Yellow "Monopoly" bill
1513. Yellow Monopoly bill
1514. Yellow bill in Monopoly
1515. Z's point value in Scrabble
1516. ___ Chances ("The Price Is Right" pricing game)
1517. ___ Downing Street.
1518. ___ Years' War (Cuban insurrection)
1519. ___ ___ Wallet item
1520. ___ code (CB user's slang)
1521. ___ o'clock scholar
1522. ___ spot.
1523. ___ strike
1524. ___ strike.
1525. ___-Down
1526. ___-down (this answer)
1527. ___-four (bit of CB slang)
1528. ___-speed
1529. ___-speed racing bike
1530. ___-strike.
1531. ___-yard line (marking near the end zone at Levi's Stadium)
1532. we wanted a clue here for the highest spin in life but couldn't decide if moving through life quickly meant winning
1533. Cost of airmail to South America
1534. Fox rating
1535. Jack's predecessor?
1536. Start of a countdown, perhaps
1537. Bo Derek, numerically
1538. ... a ___ o'clock scholar
1539. Down for the count number
1540. ___ Little Indians (1965 thriller)
1541. I wouldn't touch that with a ___-foot pole!
1542. Brunch time, perhaps
1543. Coffee-break time, perhaps
1544. Face card's value, often
1545. Number that rhymes with 22-Down
1546. Speed of many bikes
1547. Top ranking
1548. News hour, for many
1549. Number across from four, on a clock
1550. Top score, or half a score
1551. Left hand's traditional steering wheel position, or a hint to the starred answers' starts
1552. Four preceder to CBers
1553. Perfect score sometimes
1554. Perfect to a gymnast
1555. Occupant
1556. Inhabitant
1557. Perfect score for some
1558. Bridge holding
1559. Top rating on some scales
1560. X to the Romans
1561. Some positions
1562. Perfect, to most
1563. Coffee break time, usually
1564. Adapted for clinging: zool.
1565. Easily defensible
1566. Potent bridge pair
1567. Chrissy, to Mr. Roper
1568. Time for late risers, perhaps
1569. Wallet item, perhaps
1570. Lessee
1571. Gymnast's perfect score, once
1572. Perfect, on the parallel bars
1573. X, as a number
1574. Bridge players' aces and queens
1575. Narrow shoe size
1576. Wallet bill, perhaps
1577. Long, narrow shoe size
1578. X, in Roman numerals
1579. Walk-up dweller
1580. Monthly rent payers
1581. Perfection, to Gabby Douglas
1582. This puzzle's theme
1583. X, on monuments
1584. Be inclined
1585. Coffee break time, maybe
1586. Coffee break time, perhaps
1587. King's equivalent, in blackjack
1588. Common coffee break hr.
1589. Crab legs count
1590. Q's point value, in Scrabble
1591. What a 1-Down may count to
1592. Minister (to)
1593. Shepherd
1594. Sympathetic
1595. Well-founded
1596. =
1597. Lodger
1598. Lease signer
1599. Paying guest
1600. Renters
1601. See 50-Down
1602. Sound
1603. Stubborn
1604. Kind of farmer
1605. Stick-to-it-iveness
1606. Be inclined (to)
1607. Care for, with "to"
1608. Sore
1609. Bridge combo
1610. Gravitate
1611. Be disposed (to)
1612. Watched
1613. Certain pair in bridge
1614. Watch over
1615. Practice mixology
1616. Lease signatories
1617. [Answer found elsewhere]
1618. Babysit
1619. Look after
1620. Manage, as a bar
1621. ___ bar
1622. Lodgers
1623. Gravitate (toward)
1624. Yellow bills in Monopoly
1625. Bivouac shelters
1626. 0.53472222222222
1627. Conical quarters
1628. On edge
1629. Mobile home
1630. Actress Copley
1631. Hamilton bills
1632. Man the bar
1633. Belief
1634. Neighbor of Ark.
1635. So. state
1636. Jittery
1637. Wound up
1638. More uptight
1639. Mortise's mate
1640. Mortise's partner
1641. Barbershop member
1642. Kind of saxophone
1643. Most uptight
1644. Mortise insertion
1645. Choir part
1646. Tightly wound
1647. First extra inning
1648. Mortise's counterpart
1649. Carpentry joint part
1650. Yo La ___
1651. Andrea Bocelli, for one
1652. Kind of sax
1653. Big top
1654. Works the garden
1655. One with a flat?
1656. Doggedness
1657. Keep watch on
1658. Basic principle
1659. Have an inclination
1660. Sinews
1661. Lean
1662. Mind
1663. Landlord's need
1664. Card combo
1665. Like a good debater's arguments
1666. Like a well-grounded argument
1667. Ricardo, to Mertz
1668. With 44 Down, success for 39 Down
1669. __-speed racing bike
1670. Take __ (rest)
1671. With 106 Down, frequent spare target
1672. Two hours before 56 Down
1673. With 19 Across, radio acknowledgment
1674. Coffee break hr.
1675. Perfection, to a gymnast
1676. Brunch time, maybe
1677. Old phone call cost
1678. See 43-Down
1679. Late breakfast hour
1680. 1000
1681. Time in Santa Fe when it's noon in New York
1682. See 15-Across
1683. Like some short-term NBA contracts
1684. Letter
1685. Whist term.
1686. Denary.
1687. Whist hand.
1688. Bowling strike.
1689. Indefinitely, several.
1690. Lucky strike.
1691. Number of sides in a decagon.
1692. Several, many.
1693. X.
1694. European freshwater fish.
1695. Trio plus septet.
1696. Word not uttered over Walcott.
1697. Italian millet: India.
1698. ___ little Indians.
1699. Conduce.
1700. It carries Hamilton's picture.
1701. Two basketball teams.
1702. A-Q or K-J.
1703. Number of weeks 13 Across' journey took.
1704. Recipe to keep from losing one's temper.
1705. When some banks open.
1706. Defensible.
1707. Bill of Rights number.
1708. Cube root of 1,000.
1709. Famous Downing St. address.
1710. Pips on big cassino.
1711. Start with so many Indians.
1712. The President plus the cabinet.
1713. Yards to make a first down.
1714. A-Q or K-J, in bridge.
1715. Midevening.
1716. AQ or KJ.
1717. Events in the decathlon.
1718. Greenback.
1719. Lowest honor.
1720. Next to the ace, in pinochle.
1721. The count.
1722. Final count.
1723. Not a dozen.
1724. Second highest card at pinochle.
1725. Honor card, in bridge.
1726. Number used to mean several, many.
1727. Rugby team.
1728. ___ four, "Highway Patrol" sign-off.
1729. ___ yard line.
1730. Boxer's dread word.
1731. Mosaic number.
1732. Capable of being defended.
1733. Indefinitely, many.
1734. That can be maintained.
1735. In defensible manner.
1736. Card holding.
1737. Shoe size.
1738. Occupies.
1739. Bridge holding.
1740. Bridge holdings.
1741. X, maybe
1742. __ Little Indians
1743. Number on a Z, in a game
1744. Score for 44-Across
1745. Big __
1746. See 49-Down
1747. Top __
1748. Number of Taylor Swift's Grammys
1749. Half a score ... or a perfect score
1750. Nine follower
1751. Easy number to divide by
1752. The ___ Pound Look
1753. The count
1754. Next to the ace, in pinochle
1755. Events in the decathlon
1756. Dix
1757. Greenback
1758. Decimal basis
1759. Final count
1760. Not a dozen
1761. Second highest card at pinochle
1762. Le team
1763. Rugby team
1764. ___ four, "Highway Patrol" sign-off
1765. Big cassino
1766. Honor card, in bridge
1767. Reasonable bedtime
1768. Mosaic number
1769. Boxer's dread word
1770. ___ North Frederick
1771. Big casino
1772. Part of a count
1773. K O count
1774. Spot card
1775. Indefinitely, many
1776. Decad
1777. Number of arms a squid has
1778. Hour
1779. Part of the count
1780. Forenoon hour
1781. ___-strike
1782. Number of legs on a prawn
1783. Take ___ (take a short rest)
1784. Hosiery size
1785. Musical abbreviation
1786. What "decem" means
1787. Bill: Colloq
1788. ___ spot
1789. Basic number
1790. Handy bill
1791. What "zehn" means
1792. First yardage
1793. What "dix" means
1794. ___ lords aleaping
1795. Big number in the Midwest
1796. First- yardage
1797. K O number
1798. Mus voice
1799. AL team
1800. Choir member: Abbr
1801. ing Street number
1802. ing St. number
1803. Count starter
1804. Score for Mary Lou Retton:
1805. 1 & 2 & 3 & 4
1806. Perfect score!
1807. Number of contents
1808. Hang ___ (surfer's maneuver)
1809. ____-gallon hat
1810. What “X” may mean
1811. Number symbolized by X
1812. What half the letters of “twenty” spell
1813. Hamilton’s bill
1814. In a word, one nil 3 Letters