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POSSIBLE CLUES FOR "THINE"
# Clue
1. "Set ___ house in order": Isa. 38:1
2. "To ___ own self be true"
3. Belonging to thee
4. "What is ___ is mine"
5. "Give every man ___ ear . . . ": Shak.
6. "To ___ own self be true": Shak.
7. Poetic possessive
8. "Not my will, but ___, be done": Luke 22:42
9. "For ___ is the kingdom . . . "
10. Biblically yours
11. Yours of yore
12. " . . . to ___ own self be true": Shak.
13. Yours, of yore
14. Yours, poetically
15. "___ Alone," V. Herbert song
16. "...only with ___ eyes"
17. Dated term for "yours"
18. Yours, once
19. Yours, old-style
20. Quaker's "yours"
21. "___ Is the Glory" (hymn)
22. What's now yours
23. Drink to me only with ___ eyes
24. Drink to me only with -- eyes
25. To _____ own self be true ("Hamlet" line)
26. ... ___ is the kingdom
27. To ___ own self be true
28. Your, in days of yore
29. For ___ is the kingdom...: Matthew
30. Yours, Biblically
31. Yours, of old
32. Yours, to King James
33. Drink to Me Only With __ Eyes
34. Yours
35. To __ own self...
36. Yours, long ago
37. Biblical possessive
38. To __ own self be true: "Hamlet"
39. To __ own self . . .
40. Were __ That Special Face
41. Drink to me only with __ eyes . . .
42. To __ own self be true
43. . . . __ is the kingdom . . .
44. Your of yore
45. Don't breathe a word of ___
46. Old group whose members are all represented in this puzzle
47. ___ American Life
48. Just-once link
49. Like Jefferson on a list of presidents
50. Missing button in many an elevator
51. Jasper Fforde heroine ___ Next
52. '... -- a crowd'
53. Just one of -- things
54. Hitchcock's steps
55. That counterpart
56. Biblical "yours"
57. ... for ___ is the kingdom ...
58. Your, in Scripture
59. Set ___ house in order: Isa. 38:1
60. Give every man ___ ear . . . : Shak.
61. What is ___ is mine
62. To ___ own self be true: Shak.
63. Your, of yore
64. Not my will, but ___, be done: Luke 22:42
65. For ___ is the kingdom . . .
66. . . . to ___ own self be true: Shak.
67. Amish pronoun
68. Friend's word
69. ___ Alone, V. Herbert song
70. The hot corner
71. Biblical pronoun
72. It was once yours
73. Old pronoun
74. Rarely used pronoun
75. If ___ enemy be hungry... (Proverbs)
76. Possessive pronoun in an old hymn
77. Like whose eyes, in a Ben Jonson verse?
78. Quaker pronoun
79. Third word of Psalm 86
80. Of thee
81. ___ is the kingdom, and the power
82. "... ___ is the kingdom"
83. "... ___ is the kingdom..."
84. "... for ___ is the kingdom..."
85. "... to ___ own self be true": Shak.
86. "Drink to me only with ___ eyes"
87. "Drink to me only with -- eyes"
88. "Drink to me only with ___ eyes..."
89. "For ___ is the kingdom... "
90. "For ___ is the kingdom..."
91. "For ___ is the kingdom...": Matthew
92. "Give every man ___ ear... ": Shak.
93. "I Am ___ O Lord" (hymn)
94. "If ___ enemy be hungry..." (Proverbs)
95. "Know ___ enemy"
96. "To ___ own self be true" ("Hamlet" line)
97. "To ___ own self be true": "Hamlet"
98. "To ___ own self be true... "
99. "To ___ own self be true...": Shak.
100. "To ___ own self..."
101. "Were ___ That Special Face"
102. "Your" of yore
103. "Yours" of old
104. "___ Alone"
105. "___ Alone " V. Herbert song
106. "___ eyes I love..." (start of Shakespeare's Sonnet 132)
107. "___ is the kingdom and the power..."
108. "___ is the kingdom... "
109. 'For -- is the kingdom...'
110. 'To -- own self be true'
111. 'To ___ own self...'
112. '___ Alone'
113. Bible possessive
114. Convenient rhyme for "mine" in old poetry
115. Formerly yours
116. Friend's possessive
117. Friends' pronoun
118. It used to be yours?
119. It was once yours?
120. Like whose eyes in a Ben Jonson verse?
121. Lord's Prayer pronoun
122. Not mine
123. Not mine.
124. Opposite of fate
125. Poetic possessive.
126. Poetic pronoun.
127. Porter's "Were ___ That Special Face"
128. Possessive pronoun: Poetic.
129. Possessive.
130. Pronoun.
131. Quaker word
132. Shakespearean possessive
133. Shakespearean pronoun
134. This was yours once
135. What used to be yours?
136. What was once yours?
137. What was yours at one time?
138. Your slight error (5)
139. Your among Friends
140. Your biblically
141. Your in Scripture
142. Your in days of yore
143. Your in hymns
144. Your of yore
145. Your old-style
146. Your to a Quaker
147. Yours in the past
148. Yours once but not anymore?
149. Yours to a Quaker
150. Yours Biblically
151. Yours archaically
152. Yours in hymns
153. Yours in the King James Bible
154. Yours long ago
155. Yours of old
156. Yours of yore
157. Yours old-style
158. Yours once
159. Yours poetically
160. Yours to King James
161. Yours to Shakespeare
162. ``To ___ own self be true"
163. Know ___ enemy
164. For ___ is the kingdom ...
165. Drink to me only with ___ eyes ...
166. Drink to me only with ___ eyes...
167. More of quote
168. Doohickey
169. A hand for Morticia?
170. Rodin sculpture (with "The")
171. Use one's gray cells
172. It may be on top of pudding
173. It draws attention
174. Hazard for skaters
175. Noun, sometimes
176. Dashiell Hammett's last novel, with "The"
177. Suit with a vest
178. With _____ ring . . .
179. ___ Alone
180. Diluted
181. It's used for the sake of consistency
182. Wheat crackers
183. Bad trait for a politician
184. Third word of Psalm 86.
185. Luggage.
186. Of thee.
187. The ___ man.
188. First word of "Evangeline."
189. All the ___ You Are.
190. Single entity.
191. Office wall sign.
192. Jigamaree.
193. Tangible object.
194. Ironic twist to a one-word maxim.
195. A ___ (something worth knowing).
196. Creature, often "poor."
197. ___ twice (reconsider).
198. Rodin subject.
199. Detail.
200. Plato, for one.
201. Your, old-style
202. Possessive pronoun
203. Yours: Poet
204. Pronoun
205. Poetic pronoun
206. Possessive pronoun: Poetic
207. ___ is the kingdom
208. Give every man ___ ear ... : Shak.
209. ... to ___ own self be true: Shak.