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# Clue
1. "Take ___ Train," jazz favorite
2. "Take ___ Train,"song
3. "Take ___ Train"
4. Strayhorn's "Take ___ Train"
5. "Hedda Gabler" character
6. Mr. T's "___-Team"
7. Mother of Eos
8. "Take _____ Train"
9. "Take___Train"
10. "___ Team"
11. "___-Team"
12. Mother of Helios
13. Which train to take, in song
14. Hedda's schoolmate in "Hedda Gabler"
15. Target of Hedda's jealousy
16. Comedian Vidale
17. Take __ Train
18. Friend of Hedda in "Hedda Gabler"
19. Composer Musgrave
20. Heroine of Cather's "The Song of the Lark"
21. Oliver Queen's sister on "Arrow"
22. Main character in Cather's "The Song of the Lark"
23. ___ Team (Mr. T's series)
24. Scottish composer Musgrave
25. TV's "___ -Team"
26. Ellington's "Take __ Train"
27. ___ Elvsted ("Hedda Gabler" character)
28. Ellington/Strayhorn's "Take __ Train"
29. Jazz classic "Take __ Train"
30. NYC train, familiarly
31. TV's "__-Team"
32. Smokey's tag
33. Start of some how-to titles
34. Opera, ballet and so on
35. Bad thing to get from your boss
36. Masterpiece ___
37. Old Yankee nickname
38. A series of "insurmountable obstacles on the road to imminent disaster," per Tom Stoppard
39. Empire State Building locale ... or a hint to three letters in 16-, 19-, 52- and 57-Across
40. 1969 Simon & Garfunkel hit in which "lie-la-lie" is repeatedly sung
41. What'll feed everyone at a tailgate party?
42. Something to champ at
43. Home to Blofeld's lair in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service"
44. Private employer?
45. Splitting of a fruit?
46. It bestows the gift of flattery
47. Nearer My God to _____
48. With 31-Across, generous bar owner's cry
49. Take ___ Train (Duke Ellington hit)
50. ___-Team (Mr. T's old show)
51. ___-Team (Mr. T's old squad)
52. Ellington's "Take ___ Train"
53. Wife of Hyperion
54. Evergreen genus
55. Take ___ Train, jazz classic
56. Asian tree genus
57. Tea shrub
58. Asian tea
59. Tea plant
60. Take ___ Train, jazz favorite
61. Take ___ Train, 1941 song
62. Take ___ Train
63. Hedda Gabler character
64. Take _____ Train
65. Start of a how-to title
66. Oliver Twist character
67. 80's TV adventure
68. Movie projection?
69. Start of titles by Auden, Wharton and Paine
70. Start of the definition
71. Little Orphan Annie henchman
72. Cadillac driven by Monica's interviewer?
73. Bad thing to be caught in
74. Ellington's "Take — Train"
75. Mother of Eos and Helios
76. Duke Ellington's "Take ___ Train"
77. Take ___ Train (Duke Ellington song)
78. TV's "___-Team"
79. Sister and wife of Hyperion
80. Singer/songwriter Gilmore
81. Train in a celebrated song
82. Certain Brooklyn-Manhattan train
83. Former ABC sitcom
84. ___-Team (this puzzle's theme?)
85. The tea plant
86. Tea-plant genus
87. "--- -Team"
88. "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent Andrews
89. "Queer as Folk" actress Gill
90. "Take --- Train"
91. "Take ___ Train" (Duke Ellington classic)
92. "Take ___ Train" (Duke Ellington hit)
93. "Take ___ Train" (Duke Ellington performance)
94. "Take ___ Train" (Duke Ellington song)
95. "Take ___ Train" (Duke Ellington standard)
96. "Take ___ Train" (Duke Ellington tune)
97. "Take ___ Train" (Duke Ellington)
98. "Take ___ Train" (Ellington classic)
99. "Take ___ Train" (Ellington hit)
100. "Take ___ Train" (jazz classic)
101. "Take ___ Train": 2 wds.
102. "Take ___ Train " 1941 song
103. "Take ___ Train " jazz classic
104. "Take ___ Train " jazz favorite
105. "Take ___ Train " jazz standard whose chord changes were "borrowed" from "Girl From Ipanema"
106. "___ -Team"
107. "___ -Team" (2010 movie)
108. "___ Team" (Mr. T's series)
109. "___-Team" (Mr. T's old show)
110. "___-Team" (Mr. T's old squad)
111. "___-Team" (Mr. T's show)
112. "___-Team" (old TV series)
113. '-- -Team (TV series)'
114. 'Take -- Train'
115. 'Take ___ Train'
116. Actress Gill
117. Actress Gill of "Queer as Folk"
118. Actress Vidal
119. Asian evergreen
120. Asian evergreen.
121. Asian shrub
122. Camelia shrub.
123. Classic TV's "___-Team"
124. Comedienne Vidale with an eponomous 1993 sitcom
125. Companion of Artemis
126. Duke Ellington standard "Take ___ Train"
127. Ellington's famous train
128. Ellington/Strayhorn's "Take ___ Train"
129. Elvsted in "Hedda Gabler"
130. Fritz Lang collaborator ___ von Harbou
131. German author and film star von Harbou
132. Geronimo Stilton's sister in kiddie lit
133. Girl's name
134. Girl's name meaning goddess.
135. Goddess: Gr.
136. Jazz classic "Take ___ Train"
137. Mother of Eos and Helene
138. Mother of Selene
139. Mrs. Elvsted in "Hedda Gabbler"
140. NYC train familiarly
141. Name made of two articles
142. Name that means "goddess" in Greek
143. Old TV's "___-Team"
144. Oliver Queen's sister on TV's "Arrow"
145. Singer-songwriter ___ Gilmore
146. TV oldie ___ Team
147. TV rerun "___-Team"
148. TV's "___ Team"
149. Tea genus.
150. Tea plant genus.
151. Tea plant.
152. Titan
153. Titaness of myth
154. Train in a celebrated Duke Ellington song
155. Train of song?
156. Train with a name?
157. Which train to take in song
158. ___ -Team
159. ___ Elvsted ('Hedda Gabler' character)
160. ___ List: Forbes best-companies feature
161. ___ Queen sidekick sister on the CW's "Arrow"
162. ___ von Harbou (Fritz Lang collaborator who wrote "Metropolis")
163. ``Take ___ train"
164. Goddess: Greek
165. Australian novelist Astley
166. Singer-songwriter Gilmore
167. Take ___ Train (Duke Ellington)
168. Take ___ Train (Duke Ellington performance)
169. Take ___ Train (jazz classic)
170. Take ___ Train (Duke Ellington tune)
171. ___-Team
172. Take ___ Train (Ellington classic)
173. US Old Glory
174. Some reach this
175. Wayne/Widmark film epic
176. Start of a Trump book title
177. Kindergarten recitation
178. Boundary between the North Temperate and North Frigid zones
179. ____ Team (Mr. T's series)
180. What an egotist is?
181. Dramatic
182. John Belushi?
183. Cold War symbol
184. Jack Dawkins
185. John Gay's classic production
186. Springsteen, to fans
187. Play ground?
188. Staged
189. Daddy Warbucks's henchman
190. Where Oedipus ruled
191. America, the Beautiful pronoun
192. Archaic pronoun
193. Old Glory
194. Texas shrine
195. Tennessee Williams' mأ©tier.
196. Team from Tuscaloosa.
197. Where some TV shows originate.
198. Part of the entertainment world.
199. Highest point.
200. Joshua Logan's field.
201. Swallow ___ (quit the sea).
202. American fiddle tune.
203. Life of a Renaissance figure.
204. Memorable Bogart film.
205. Start of an eight-word "Stepquote" ending at 129 Across
206. Tea source.
207. Globe, for instance
208. __-Team
209. __ List: Forbes best-companies feature
210. Mrs Elvsted, in "Hedda Gabler"
211. Girl's name meaning goddess
212. Tea plant genus
213. Tea genus
214. Goddess: Gr
215. Camelia shrub
216. Tea source
217. Take ___ Train, song