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# Clue
1. Ritter or Antoine
2. Man from Big D
3. Ritter
4. Ritter or Beneke
5. Cowboy Ritter
6. One of the Ritters
7. Bandleader Beneke
8. Country music's Ritter
9. Singer-actor Ritter
10. Waco nickname
11. A Ritter
12. Singing cowboy Ritter
13. A Ritter of films
14. _____ -Mex
15. San Antone sobriquet
16. WithAcross, popular cuisine
17. Matt Dillon movie
18. Gore-___ (fabric)
19. Gore follower?
20. Western moniker
21. Nickname on the range
22. Cowhand's moniker
23. Country singer Ritter
24. Western nickname
25. Lone Star guy
26. Actor Ritter
27. Oater moniker
28. S.E. Hinton book
29. 1979 S.E. Hinton novel
30. Saxophonist Beneke
31. Woodward Maurice Ritter's nickname
32. Panhandle handle
33. Southwestern fare, with 27-across
34. Popular cowboy name
35. He's home on the range
36. Wrangler's tag
37. ___ -Mex
38. Jazzman Beneke
39. Gore-__ (fabric)
40. Ranch nickname
41. Stereotypical cowboy
42. __-Mex
43. Buck's buddy, maybe
44. Everycowboy
45. Big D resident
46. Cowpunch's sobriquet
47. Cowpuncher's moniker
48. Humble person, for short?
49. Person from Pasadena, familiarly
50. Poke, probably
51. Ranch tag
52. With 100 Down, popular cuisine
53. With 121-Across, spicy cuisine
54. Gore-___
55. Ritter who sang "I Dreamed of a Hill-Billy Heaven"
56. Saxophonist Beneke who sings on "Chattanooga Choo Choo"
57. DFW airport home
58. Looney Tunes animator Avery
59. Where Odessa is: Abbr.
60. With 93-Across, spicy cuisine
61. __-Mex cuisine
62. DDE's birthplace
63. S.E. Hinton novel set on a ranch
64. U.S. state with its own elec. power grid
65. '60s-'70s soul singer Joe
66. Apt name for a Dallas cowboy?
67. Drive handle
68. LBJ's home state
69. Stereotypical rodeo nickname
70. Cowboy handle
71. One of two sts. with bordering panhandles
72. Oedipus __ : P.D.Q. Bach western-themed parody
73. Second-largest U.S. state
74. Sax player Beneke
75. Popular game on TV
76. Send a message to, these days
77. ___ messaging (modern communication)
78. Preacher's reading
79. Send a high-tech message
80. New school year purchases
81. Dry-clean only, e.g.?
82. Lone Star State duties?
83. State that was once a republic
84. U.S.S. ___, first battleship to become a state shrine
85. What helps pay the governor's salary in Austin?
86. Crude, slangily
87. Longhorn's school, informally
88. Short-lived republic founded in 1836
89. Borderline fare?
90. Cell composition
91. It's dangerous to do while driving
92. Dallas tourists, perhaps?
93. Do a driver's no-no
94. Company in a 2001 merger with Chevron
95. How r u?, e.g.
96. u r so funny ... lmao, e.g.
97. Be all thumbs as a writer?
98. lol, u r so funny and others
99. Longtime sponsor of the Metropolitan Opera
100. Service site with a star
101. Lyndon Johnson or George W. Bush
102. Locale of three presidential libraries
103. Game in 2006's "Casino Royale"
104. Class work
105. Emoji holder
106. Exchange between cell mates?
107. Part of 5-Down
108. Not a good thing to do while driving
109. One who might type "OMG" or "CYA"
110. Comments from ones who are all thumbs?
111. State where the Cotton Bowl is held
112. *Oil, jocularly
113. One component of a data plan
114. Part of a phone plan
115. News of flight delays, say
116. Kitchenware brand with a hyphenated name
117. Seasoned smoked beef brisket or pork ribs, e.g.
118. Lone Star State baseball player
119. Be all thumbs?
120. Home of Wichita Falls
121. Alternative to five-card draw
122. Range where Hannibal marched
123. With 22-Across, Aries
124. Stones "___ Satanic Majesties Request"
125. Siouxsie and ___
126. '84 XTC album
127. People with over 100 languages
128. With 53 Across, "... self-evident, ___ ..." (misogyny!)
129. Peck/Olivier film
130. 1986 film about a kitty?
131. Author Steve, who has named JonBenأ©t's mom as a suspect
132. Easier said _____ done
133. It often goes with graphics
134. Half a southwestern cuisine
135. Stereotypical oater nickname
136. Daffy Duck creator Avery
137. With 71-Across, cooking style
138. Stereotypical cowboy name
139. You Two-Timed Me One Time Too Often singer Ritter
140. Cowboy moniker
141. Cowboy nickname
142. Cowboy's nickname, often
143. Big ___ (State Fair icon displayed in Dallas)
144. Common nickname for a cowboy
145. Lone Star State handle
146. Lone-Star nickname
147. Geographical nickname
148. TV weatherman
149. TV's Antoine
150. Nickname for a cowboy
151. Cowboy's sobriquet
152. Antoine or Rickard
153. Singer Ritter
154. With 23 Across, popular cuisine
155. 50's TV western, with "Theâ€‌
156. Football's Chiefs, originally
157. Republic of 1836
158. Woven cloth or fabric
159. It has a heart, in song
160. Where Irving is
161. Cowboy's nickname
162. S.E. Hinton novel
163. 1982 Matt Dillon movie
164. Avery or Ritter
165. ___-Mex cuisine
166. Animator Avery
167. Ranch moniker
168. Cowpunch's moniker
169. Okla. neighbor
170. Ranch handle
171. Cowboy singer Ritter
172. John Ritter's dad
173. Cowhand's nickname
174. Cartoonist Avery
175. Cowboy sobriquet
176. ___-Mex
177. Bugs Bunny cartoonist Avery
178. Cattleman's nickname
179. Droopy creator Avery
180. John Ritter's father
181. Mr. Ritter
182. Oater name
183. Cowpoke's nickname
184. Cowboy's moniker
185. Gore follower
186. It's between La. and N.M.
187. Singing Ritter
188. La. neighbor
189. Classic cowboy name
190. Lone Star State cowboy
191. Moniker for a Lone Star cowboy
192. Matt Dillon title role of 1982
193. Many a cowpoke's handle
194. Lone Star State nickname
195. Handle on a ranch
196. Puncher's nickname
197. Stereotypical cowboy's nickname
198. Bugs Bunny cartoonist ___ Avery
199. Houstonian's nickname
200. Husband of Jinx
201. ___-Mex (cuisine)
202. "Nice shootin' ___!"
203. "Nice shootin' ___"
204. "Oedipus ___" (PDQ Bach oratorio)
205. "Oedipus ___" : P.D.Q. Bach western-themed parody
206. "You Two-Timed Me One Time Too Often" singer Ritter
207. "___ Rides with the Boy Scouts" (1937 western film)
208. '60s soul musician Joe
209. =-- -Mex
210. 1830s-'40s Southwestern republic: Abbr.
211. 1970s group Disco ___ and the Sex-O-Lettes
212. AL West team
213. Animator of Porky and Daffy
214. Apt nickname for a Dallas cowboy
215. Austin's home: Abbr.
216. Avery of animation
217. Avery of animation fame
218. Avery who created Bugs and Daffy
219. Beto's state briefly
220. Big ___ (Dallas fair icon)
221. Big ___ (State Fair mascot who lives in Dallas)
222. Big ___ Dallas fairground statue
223. Buck's buddy maybe
224. Buddy Holly's st.
225. Buddy Holly's state: abbr.
226. Bunkhouse nickname
227. Cartoonist Avery who created Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny
228. Chap in chaps
229. Chaps wearer
230. Chihuahua neighbor: Abbr.
231. Classic S.E. Hinton book
232. Classic cowboy nickname
233. Common cowboy nickname
234. Common name for a cowboy.
235. Country great Ritter
236. Cowboy name
237. Cowboy nickname.
238. Cowboy's handle
239. Cowboy's name
240. Cowboy's nickname often
241. Cowhand handle
242. Cowhand's handle
243. Cowhand's nickname perhaps
244. Cowpoke moniker
245. Cowpoke nickname
246. Cowpoke's handle
247. Cowpoke's moniker
248. Cowpuncher's moniker perhaps
249. Cruel Sea frontman Perkins
250. Curse
251. DFW's state
252. Dallas cowboy?
253. Dallas's state: Abbr.
254. Dude from Dallas
255. Dude ranch nickname
256. Fabric in product names
257. Fabric in some product names
258. Familiar appellation for a cowpuncher
259. First half of a hyphenated cuisine that rhymes
260. First state to observe Juneteenth for short
261. Follower of Gore?
262. Football Hall of Famer Schramm
263. Football Hall-of-Famer Schramm
264. Former Cowboys president Schramm appropriately
265. Former Dallas Cowboys GM Schramm
266. Generic nickname for a cowpoke
267. Gore won't campaign there much: abbr.
268. Gulf st.
269. Guy from Dallas
270. Handle on the range?
271. Hinton novel set in Oklahoma
272. Home for G. W. Bush
273. Home of DFW
274. Home to the Rangers: abbr.
275. Humble person for short?
276. It borders Mex.
277. It rhymes with Mex
278. It's next to La.
279. It's next to N. Mex.
280. Joseph Arrington Jr. or Joe ___
281. LBJ's state.
282. Laredo nickname
283. Large state for short
284. Lone Star State moniker
285. Lone Star Stater
286. Lone Star Stater's moniker
287. Lone Star handle
288. Lone Star nickname
289. Lonestar nickname.
290. Looney Tunes' Avery
291. MGM animator Avery
292. Man from Dallas.
293. Man's nickname.
294. Many a Dallas cowboy
295. Matt Dillon title role
296. Moniker for a cowboy
297. Movie with Matt Dillon
298. N. Mex. neighbor
299. Name on the range
300. Neighbor of La.
301. Neighbor of Okla.
302. Nickname for a cowboy.
303. Nickname for a cowhand
304. Nickname for a man from Austin.
305. Nickname for someone from Houston
306. Nickname of B-western actor Robert Allen
307. Nickname on a cattle drive
308. Nickname uttered in the Lone Star State
309. Oiler's moniker maybe
310. Old talk-show host McCrary
311. One Ritter
312. Person from Pasadena familiarly
313. Poke probably
314. Popular cowboy nickname
315. Ranch hand's handle
316. Ranch sobriquet
317. Ranchero sobriquet
318. Range moniker
319. Rangers on a sports ticker
320. Ritter of country
321. Ritter of country music
322. Ritter or Avery
323. Ritter the singing cowboy
324. Rodeo nickname
325. Rodeo star moniker maybe
326. S.A. home
327. S.E. Hinton classic
328. SE Hinton novel
329. Santa's helper & '60s Riley model
330. Sax legend Beneke
331. Schramm who was GM of the Dallas Cowboys
332. Short ranch hand?
333. Singer Joe
334. Singer/songwriter Joe from the south obviously
335. Southern cuisine side?
336. St. with a panhandle
337. State below Okla.
338. State nickname?
339. State south of Okla.
340. State: Abbr.
341. Stereotypical cowboy nickname
342. Stereotypical rancher's nickname
343. Stetson wearer's stereotypical nickname
344. Ted Cruz's home: Abbr.
345. Ten gallon hat wearer likely
346. Ten-gallon hat wearer
347. The Stars' state: abbr.
348. Title character in an S.E. Hinton novel
349. Typesetting system beloved by academics
350. U.S. state with a secessionist movement
351. Vaquero's nickname
352. W.'s home
353. Western nickname.
354. Westerner's nickname.
355. Where Amarillo is: Abbr.
356. Where Shamrock is: Abbr.
357. Where to find NASA's Johnson Space Center
358. Where to find Paris and Odessa: Abbr.
359. Wild West moniker
360. Yankees first baseman familiarly
361. ___ Avery of Looney Tunes
362. ___-Mex cooking
363. ___-Mex food
364. Ritter of the Westerns
365. I Gotcha singer Joe
366. Puncher's handle
367. Basketball coach Winter who pioneered the triangle offense
368. Cowpuncher's moniker, perhaps
369. Large state, for short
370. Regional cuisine with 35 Across
371. Book
372. Alamo rememberers
373. Lubbock native
374. Rather or Ritter
375. School book
376. Houston or Austin resident
377. Bush country
378. 28th of 50
379. Denison denizen
380. Paris locale
381. Resident of the 28th state
382. Campus bookstore purchase
383. Austin native
384. Like Sam Houston's constituents
385. Part of 15-Across (Abbr.)
386. State that was a republic
387. Plain writing
388. Student's book
389. Austin school, informally
390. Communication that might include "OMG" and "TTYL"
391. Black gold
392. Underlying theme
393. Macbeth, for one
394. Riddle's answer
395. Peter Benchley novel
396. Spicy cuisine
397. Southeast Asian
398. Word used in comparisons
399. Siamese
400. College book
401. Ross Perot, e.g.
402. L.B.J., for one
403. Michener title
404. Cotton or wool
405. Lone Star State
406. Libretto
407. Bushes can be found here
408. Where bluebonnets bloom
409. Big, colloquially
410. __-Mex food
411. Galvestonian, for one
412. NFL team with a bull-headed logo
413. Milton Berle sponsor, once
414. World Series of Poker game (and the theme of this puzzle)
415. Houston football team
416. Paris resident
417. Star of the American road sloganeer
418. Paris's setting: Abbr.
419. Where George W. Bush was gov.
420. Uncle Miltie sponsor
421. City in Prussia.
422. Where the King Ranch is.
423. One-twelfth of the area of U. S.
424. Where Beaumont is.
425. Where Brownsville is: Abbr.
426. Lyndon Johnson, for instance.
427. Where the San Jacinto flows: Abbr.
428. Bluebonnet state.
429. State.
430. LBJ, for one.
431. Citizens of Brownsville.
432. Ranger or rancher.
433. Where Stonewall is.
434. L.B.J., for one.
435. Johnson or Garner.
436. Austin, for one.
437. Man from Waco.
438. Mr McCrary
439. Jinx's partner
440. Where Brownsville is: Abbr
441. Popular nickname for a cowboy
442. Where the San Jacinto flows: Abbr
443. State: Abbr
444. Where Shamrock is: Abbr
445. Where Amarillo is: Abbr
446. Lonestar nickname
447. LBJ's state
448. Man from Dallas
449. Nickname for a man from Austin
450. Common name for a cowboy
451. Man's nickname
452. Neighbor of Okla
453. Neighbor of LA