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# Clue
1. Ear or horn
2. Pewter's base
3. Kind of can or ear
4. Kind of cup or ear
5. Bolivian shipment
6. Bolivian export
7. Stannum
8. Haley's metal in " . . . Oz"
9. Part of pewter
10. Pie plate
11. Word with horn or whistle
12. Important import
13. Do soldering
14. Product of Bolivia
15. Gift for a 10th wedding anniversary
16. Horn leader
17. Kind of ear or horn
18. Lizzie's predecessor
19. Metal for cans
20. Lizzie's antecedent
21. Kind of smith or soldier
22. Material for a toy soldier
23. Kind of ear
24. Basis for some soldiers
25. Word with type or horn
26. U.S. import
27. Kind of can or pan
28. Can, in 2 Down
29. Atomic number 50
30. Can, in Cornwall
31. Sn is its symbol
32. Word with ear or can
33. Ear type
34. "___ Men,"film
35. Kind of type or horn
36. Material in T. Williams's roof
37. Can or horn preceder
38. Can, to a Londoner
39. Grass's "The ___ Drum"
40. Foil ingredient
41. British container
42. Majolica glaze
43. Soldier's leader
44. Cassiterite product
45. Solder material
46. Word before ear or horn
47. Cake container
48. Old can material
49. Sold(i)er material
50. Foil material
51. Plating metal
52. Stannary stock
53. With 12-Down, source of metal for cans
54. Rustproofing agent
55. Plating choice
56. Part of the alloy britannia
57. Can metal
58. Composition of some cups
59. Material for a whitesmith
60. Sn, chemically speaking
61. The ___ Man ("The Wizard of Oz" character)
62. ___ Lizzie (Model T)
63. ___ foil
64. Bronze metal
65. 10th-anniversary metal
66. Pewter, in part
67. Oscar statuette, mostly
68. Sn, in chemistry
69. Shack roof material
70. ___ soldier
71. "One ___ Soldier" (antiwar song)
72. Part of bronze
73. Element with the shortest name
74. Sn, to a chemist
75. With 63-Down, title boy in aSpielberg film
76. Aboutof britannium
77. ___ Man (Dorothy’s “heartless” friend)
78. Cassiterite yield
79. Soldier material
80. Breath mints buy
81. Like the woodsman of Oz
82. Shed roof metal
83. Toy soldier material
84. Toy soldier's makeup
85. Container of mints
86. Fiftieth element
87. Mint container
88. Only three-letter element
89. Traditional tenth anniversary material
90. Three-letter element
91. Stannous element
92. ___ lizzie
93. Brit's can
94. Star material?
95. Lizzie's makeup
96. Solder ingredient
97. It measures 1.5 on the Mohs scale
98. The stuff some soldiers are made of
99. Bronze ingredient
100. Ingredient of some solders and some soldiers
101. Popcorn gift container
102. Element of surprise in this puzzle's theme answers
103. Main ingredient in an Oscar
104. Penny whistle material
105. Whitesmith's stock
106. Metal used in solders
107. Mushy peas container
108. Whitesmiths work with it
109. Indium-antimony go-between
110. It's under germanium on the periodic table
111. Soft metal
112. Aluminum siding: slang
113. Type of plate or soldier
114. CAN BE REGARDED AS A METAL
115. Like an Oz visitor's makeup
116. Solder component
117. Flatfoot's badge material
118. Solder metal
119. ___ Pan Alley
120. Jack Haley's metal
121. Oscar statuette, essentially
122. __ ear
123. Hat or horn start
124. Sardine holder
125. _____ lizzy
126. Tenth- anniversary symbol
127. 10th anniversary symbol
128. Can makeup
129. Anchovy holder
130. Its symbol in Sn
131. Kind of can or cup
132. Metal with the symbol "Sn"
133. Kind of ear or soldier
134. Element number 50
135. Sardine' s home
136. Word with whistle or cup
137. Sardine's home
138. Sn, in science class
139. There may be fish in it
140. Its atomic number is 50
141. Oscar's makeup, mostly
142. Sn, on the periodic table
143. #50 on a table
144. Cupcake holder
145. Element before antimony in the periodic table
146. Foil stuff?
147. With 32-Across, curbside recycling bit
148. ___ Machine (Late 80s David Bowie band)
149. ___ can
150. ___ whistle
151. Kind of horn or star
152. 62 Across makeup
153. Oz man's makeup
154. With 112 Down, a helmet
155. Like certain ears
156. Element in pewter
157. Makeup for a star?
158. Most of pewter
159. Pewter element
160. Snuff holder
161. Cookie repository
162. Its chief ore is cassiterite
163. Primary component of pewter
164. Pewter's chief constituent
165. Container at a cookie exchange
166. Like the sheriff's star, in westerns
167. Pewter or bronze ingredient
168. Anchovy container
169. Like musically challenged ears?
170. Like the Wizard's heartless visitor
171. Main element in pewter
172. Metal in solder
173. Sn, on a table
174. Woodsman's makeup
175. Oz Woodman's makeup
176. Can across the pond
177. Like the Oz woodsman
178. __ Pan Alley
179. Western star makeup
180. English can
181. Its chemical symbol is Sn
182. __ lizzie
183. Element in some solder
184. Begin to type?
185. Cheshire can
186. Old star makeup
187. It's above lead on tables
188. Metal in bronze
189. __ star
190. Ductile element
191. Sardines holder
192. Solder element
193. Cake holder
194. Oscar material, mostly
195. Sheriff badge metal
196. It won't rust
197. Kitchen foil material
198. Badge metal
199. Bendable element
200. Window-glass component
201. Metal in an Oscar
202. Indonesian export
203. Pewter component
204. Howe who wrote "Pride's Crossing"
205. S.N.L. alum Fey
206. Brown with a blue pencil
207. Timeless Turner
208. Turner of records?
209. Turner who sang "We Don't Need Another Hero"
210. Twigs, perhaps
211. Just married car decoration
212. Popular name for tolnaftate
213. Add a hint of color to
214. Inability to appreciate music
215. Rock bassist Weymouth
216. She played Appassionata von Climax in Broadway's "Li'l Abner"
217. Tony n' ___ Wedding (Off Broadway hit starting in 1988)
218. Part of a farm harrow
219. Point of eating?
220. Ike's partner in 1960s-'70s music
221. Tough-actin' medication
222. Acid Queen player in "Tommy"
223. *Sheriff's insignia, in old westerns
224. Rocker Weymouth of the Talking Heads
225. Costner/Russo golf flick
226. Spam's place
227. Daughter on the animated "Bob's Burgers"
228. Fey or Turner
229. Girl's name that becomes a contraction when its first and last letters are switched
230. Weymouth of Talking Heads
231. Mean Girls screenwriter
232. Tony n' ___ Wedding (Off Broadway hit)
233. Pitchfork point
234. Point in a kitchen
235. Difficulty picking up subtleties
236. Daughter on Fox's "Bob's Burgers"
237. Turner on a turntable
238. One of four on a fork
239. One of four on a fork, often
240. Lightly dye
241. ___ Woodman (visitor to Oz)
242. Turner on a record
243. Quarterback Vince Young, for one
244. Mosh ye here?
245. It goes on the cover
246. Bird some library computers might block you from searching for
247. 'Clash of the _____' ('81 film)
248. Hedren of Hollywood
249. Verbal explosions
250. Yule tree decoration
251. Long, vehement speech
252. Cuban uncle
253. Unrefined source of element #50
254. Adding 15 for the waiter, say%
255. 'The Birds' star Hedren
256. Advice bit
257. Helpful lead
258. Walk very quietly
259. Pit stop item
260. Resembling element #50
261. Compound in pottery glazes
262. Puts glittery metal strips on
263. '80s "One Way Love" Latin trio
264. What Ozzy was on '83 ballad
265. Album names
266. How Josip Broz is better known
267. Scar ___
268. Word with ear or horn
269. Brown of Talk
270. Louise or Yothers
271. Newlyweds' car attachment
272. Frank's daughter
273. Ike Turners gal
274. Rock-and-roll singer Turner
275. Bepaint
276. Antler prong
277. Early phones?
278. Cookie sheet
279. Roof material in a Williams play title
280. ___ Men (1987 Richard Dreyfuss movie about aluminum siding salesmen)
281. Element in bronze
282. Metal found in pewter
283. Sn, chemically
284. Tenth-anniversary gift
285. Billy Bob Thornton movie "Pushing ___"
286. Can, in London
287. Ear metal?
288. ___soldier
289. Can stuff
290. Can, in Cambridge
291. 10th anniversary material
292. Element obtained from cassiterite
293. What whitesmiths work with
294. Shortest-named element
295. Tenth anniversary gift
296. ___ Cup (1996 Kevin Costner movie)
297. Cup metal
298. Sn, in the lab
299. 50 on the periodic table
300. Sardine container
301. Badge material
302. Lizzie material
303. Material for an Oz man
304. Part of a movie dog's name
305. Baking pan
306. Kind of god or horn
307. Tenth anniversary
308. Word with horn or plate
309. Can or type
310. Lizzie or ear
311. Pan material
312. ___ fish (torpedo)
313. Kind of soldier
314. Pewter ingredient
315. Can material
316. Lizzie or hat
317. Lizzie or soldier
318. Pewter metal
319. British can
320. ___ Men, 1987 film
321. Malleable metal
322. _____ lizzie
323. Rock's Turner
324. Ike's onetime singing partner
325. The housewife in "Diary of a Mad Housewife"
326. Receivers of children's "telephones"
327. Pride's Crossing playwright Howe
328. Brown of Talk magazine
329. Start to type
330. Canister
331. Altoids container
332. Roofing choice
333. Like some ears
334. Component of bronze
335. Food container
336. Baking container
337. Kind of can
338. Cup material
339. Woodman's composition
340. Element #50
341. Malleable element
342. 10th anniversary metal
343. An Oscar is mostly this
344. Bronze component
345. Component of solder
346. Metal given on a tenth anniversary
347. Metal rusted by tears in Oz
348. Oscars, mostly
349. Oz man's metal
350. Silvery element
351. What one man is made of, in Oz
352. Cat on a Hot ___ Roof
353. ___ Cup (Kevin Costner movie)
354. A base metal
355. Element found in 16-, 27-, 50-, and 63-Across
356. Lizzie's makeup?
357. Oscars, for the greatest part
358. Soldier or solder material
359. Container for some breath mints
360. Its symbol is Sn
361. Tenth wedding anniversary gift
362. Word that may precede the first word of this puzzle's theme answers
363. 10th anniversary gift
364. Salvage this with toothpaste tubes
365. Vital war material
366. Metal
367. Ready in less than minute?
368. 10th-anniversary gift
369. Soldier material?
370. Malaysian export
371. Canterbury can
372. Muffin holder
373. Altoids holder
374. Anniversary gift for the year after pottery
375. Common alloy component
376. ___ plate
377. Major Indonesian export
378. Plate material
379. Contents of a stannary mine
380. Cigarette holder
381. Ingredient in Delftware glazing
382. Continuous series
383. Spice holder
384. Cookie store
385. Tobacco holder
386. -
387. Corrosion-resistant plating
388. Biscuit holder
389. Cheap roofing material
390. Cookie holder
391. Composition of Jack Haley's Oz character
392. Like some plates
393. Plating material
394. When repeated, hero of children's lit
395. Beggar's receptacle
396. Composition of some stars
397. Faience glaze ingredient
398. Can's composition
399. Shanty material
400. Kind of foil
401. Type of type
402. Food holder
403. Some plating
404. Italian stretcher or litter (7)
405. Administer unction to (6)
406. The Amateur Cracksman, (7)
407. Metallic element
408. Export from Bolivia
409. Cover with metal
410. Sn
411. Its atomic weight is 11870
412. The little ___ god
413. White metal
414. Product of Patino's mines
415. Bolivian mine product
416. Caviar container
417. Bolivian source of wealth
418. ___ Woodman
419. Export from the Malay States
420. Kitchen utensil
421. Product of Malaya
422. Traditional gift for the 10th wedding anniversary
423. Product of Alabama
424. Bolivia's chief product
425. Venezuelan export
426. Tenth wedding anniversary
427. From the Patino mines
428. Vital mineral
429. Source of Bolivia's wealth
430. What pewter is, mostly
431. Hitting with can
432. "Cat on a Hot ___ Roof"
433. "Man" in "The Wizard of Oz"
434. "Pushing ___" (1999 Cate Blanchett film)
435. "The Steadfast ___ Soldier"
436. "The Wizard of Oz" man's makeup?
437. "___ Cup" (1996 Kevin Costner golf movie)
438. "___ Cup" (1996 Kevin Costner movie)
439. "___ Cup" (1996 golf movie starring Kevin Costner)
440. "___ Cup" (Kevin Costner golf film)
441. "___ Cup" (Kevin Costner movie)
442. "___ Man" (America)
443. "___ Men " 1987 film
444. "___ roof...rusted" (shouted "Love Shack" lyric)
445. 'Sn' element
446. '___ Men' (1987 Richard Dreyfuss movie about aluminum siding salesmen)
447. =-- Pan alley
448. =--- Pan Alley
449. 10th-anniversary material
450. 50 on a table
451. A kind of ear
452. About 92% of britannium
453. Actress Mendes of "Hitch"
454. Adjective for ear
455. Altoids receptacle
456. Aluminum informally and inaccurately
457. America "___ Man"
458. America #4 hit "___ Man"
459. America hit "___ Man"
460. An element
461. Anniversary gift between pottery and steel
462. Antimony's neighbor on the periodic table
463. Babbitt metal mostly
464. Badge or cup metal
465. Baker's need
466. Before ear or horn
467. Big Australian export
468. Big Chinese export
469. Big Myanmar export
470. Big export of Myanmar
471. Big natural resource in Malaysia
472. Bit of bronze
473. Bolivia's mainstay.
474. Bolivian export.
475. Bolivian resource
476. Booby trap that you might fall for?
477. Bowie band ___ Machine
478. Box.
479. Breath mint container
480. Breath mints container
481. Britney Spear's "___ Microphone"
482. Bronze element
483. Bronze in part
484. Cake ___
485. Can
486. Can coating.
487. Can component
488. Can composition
489. Can or cup metal
490. Can or pan material
491. Can plating
492. Can to a Brit
493. Can in Cambridge
494. Can in Canterbury
495. Can in Cornwall
496. Can in London
497. Can to a Londoner
498. Can.
499. Candy container
500. Candy holder
501. Canning metal
502. Certain Oz inhabitant's makeup
503. Certain horn
504. Cheap metal
505. Chemically Sn
506. Coating for many cans
507. Common alloy
508. Common can material
509. Common coat material
510. Common fluorine partner
511. Common foil material
512. Component of bell metal
513. Component of bronze or pewter
514. Component of pewter
515. Component of pewter.
516. Composition of many a flagon
517. Con___a___ ___er
518. Container
519. Container for Altoids
520. Container for kippers
521. Container metal
522. Container whose letters appear in "container"
523. Container.
524. Cookie container
525. Cop's ID material
526. Corrosion-resistant coating
527. Costner's "___ Cup"
528. Counterfeit
529. Cup or can material
530. Cup or soldier
531. David Bowie band ___ Machine
532. David Bowie's ___ Machine
533. Dog Part 2 or 3
534. Easy-to-bend metal
535. Element above lead in the periodic table
536. Element after indium
537. Element before antimony
538. Element between indium and antimony in the periodic table
539. Element found in cassiterite
540. Element in fire extinguishers?
541. Element mentioned repeatedly in "The Wizard of Oz"
542. Element of cavity protection
543. Element used in lithium-ion batteries
544. Element whose chemical abbreviation is only one letter shorter than the element itself
545. Element whose symbol is Sn
546. Element with the fewest letters
547. Element with the symbol Sn
548. Element with twice as many protons as manganese
549. Element.
550. Fancy cigarette holder
551. Fancy food container
552. Foil lead-in
553. Foil material once
554. Foil material.
555. Foil metal
556. Foil type
557. Food drive donation
558. Former Davie Bowie group ___ Machine
559. Gift on a 10th anniversary
560. Haley's metal in "... Oz"
561. Hat material for a caricatured eccentric
562. Inexpensive roofing material
563. Ingredient of bronze.
564. It can be used when making solders and soldiers
565. It might take the cake
566. It'll help you make bronze
567. It's above lead on the periodic table
568. It's between indium and antimony on the periodic table
569. It's in bronze
570. It's in the can?
571. It's often in the can
572. It's used in steel plating
573. Its atomic number is 50.
574. Its atomic number is half of fermium's
575. Its atomic symbol is Sn
576. Its symbol derives from "stannum"
577. Kind of "Man" to America
578. Kind of badge
579. Kind of badge or can
580. Kind of badge or cup
581. Kind of badge or horn
582. Kind of badge cup or horn
583. Kind of can or man
584. Kind of cup or horn
585. Kind of ear or god
586. Kind of ear.
587. Kind of foil or soldier
588. Kind of god
589. Kind of horn
590. Kind of soldier or lizzie
591. Kind of star or soldier
592. Kipper container
593. Kippers container
594. Kitchen container.
595. Kitchen foil metal
596. Length of a boxing round
597. Less-than-precious metal
598. Light metal
599. Like Oz's woodman
600. Like a certain god
601. Like a heartless man of film
602. Like a man that needs regular lubrication?
603. Like a sheriff's star
604. Like an Oz man
605. Like an Oz resident's makeup
606. Like ears of some politicians
607. Like some ears or gods
608. Like some gods and soldiers
609. Like some toy soldiers
610. Like the heartless man
611. Like the sheriff's star in westerns
612. Lizzie metal
613. Lizzie's first name?
614. London can
615. Majolica metal
616. Makeup for a "Wizard of Oz" character?
617. Makeup of some Victorian ceilings
618. Makeup of some ceilings
619. Makeup of some old soldiers?
620. Maleable metal
621. Man or soldier lead-in
622. Man with Dorothy?
623. Martinets at heart
624. Material for a roof or a can
625. Material for little soldiers
626. Material for some cans
627. Material for some cups
628. Material in many camping utensils
629. Material in some plating
630. Material in some telephones
631. Material used in old ceilings
632. Metal container
633. Metal in an Oscar statuette
634. Metal in foil
635. Metal in much window glass
636. Metal in pewter
637. Metal in solder.
638. Metal in some bronze
639. Metal in window glass
640. Metal whose chief ore is cassiterite
641. Metal.
642. Metallic element with the symbol "Sn"
643. Metallic plating
644. Mineral.
645. Mint receptacle
646. Muffin ___
647. Muffin pan
648. Muffin spot
649. New York's ___ Pan Alley
650. Not t'ick
651. Not tout
652. Old foil metal
653. One of the elements.
654. Only 3-letter element
655. Only element whose name is three letters long
656. Only three-letter chemical element
657. Opposite of tout
658. Oscar composition mostly
659. Oscar material mostly
660. Oscar statuette's makeup mostly
661. Oscar statuette essentially
662. Oscar statuette mostly
663. Oscar's makeup mostly
664. Oscar mostly
665. Oscars for the greatest part
666. Oscars mostly
667. Oz Woodman.s material
668. Oz visitor's makeup
669. Pan.
670. Pantry item
671. Part of pewter.
672. Part of the alloy britannium
673. Paul Revere medium
674. Pet food container
675. Pewter base
676. Pewter constituent
677. Pewter ingredient.
678. Pewter part
679. Pewter in part
680. Pewter mostly
681. Pewter predominantly
682. Pie holder
683. Pie pan material
684. Pie plate.
685. Piece of bakeware
686. Place for cookies
687. Plating option
688. Pliable silver-white metal
689. Preserve
690. Preserves protector in Paddington
691. Principal constituent of pewter.
692. Product from cassiterite.
693. Product of Bolivia.
694. Product of cassiterite.
695. Provider of spam protection?
696. Receptacle.
697. Roof material
698. Roof or ceiling type
699. Roofing material
700. Roofing material sometimes
701. Roofing.
702. Sardine can
703. Sardine can material
704. Sealed container.
705. Shallow baking pan
706. Shallow pan
707. Sheriff's star material
708. Shortest element
709. Shortest-name element
710. Shortest-named metal
711. Silver-white element
712. Silver-white element.
713. Sn in a table
714. Sn chemically
715. Sn chemically speaking
716. Sn in chemistry
717. Sn in science class
718. Sn in the lab
719. Sn on a table
720. Sn on the periodic table
721. Sn symbolically
722. Sn to a chemist
723. Sn to chemists
724. Snowy's owner when doubled
725. Soft metal in pewter
726. Solder fodder
727. Solder ingredient.
728. Solder material or soldier material
729. Solder or soldier material
730. Solder or soldier metal
731. Solder stuff
732. Soldering metal
733. Soldier adjective
734. Soldier's makeup?
735. Some smiths work in it
736. Some soldiers' makeup
737. Sonic Youth's "Rain on ___"
738. Sort of smith
739. Sort of soldier or hat?
740. Spam holder
741. Spam may be in it
742. Spoken adjective in the lyrics of "Love Shack"
743. Spurious
744. Spurious.
745. Squash court telltale
746. Stannary material
747. Stannic oxide component
748. Stannite yield
749. Stannous chloride component
750. Stannous fluoride component
751. Stannum.
752. Star material
753. Star material maybe
754. Tea holder
755. Tea or flour container
756. Tenth anniversary gift traditionally
757. Tenth anniversary material
758. Tenth anniversary symbol.
759. Tenth-anniversary gift traditionally
760. Tenth-anniversary metal
761. The ___ man
762. The better part of pewter
763. The only three-letter element
764. Three-letter metal
765. Tole metal
766. Tout's opposite
767. Toy soldier makeup
768. Toy soldier material sometimes
769. Toy soldier metal
770. Traditional 10th anniversary metal
771. Tuna container
772. Two-thirds of a canine star
773. Type of can
774. Type of cup or soldier
775. Type of ear
776. Type of foil
777. Type of foil or can
778. Type of soldier
779. Ungenuine
780. Unmusical as an ear
781. Visually immersive Best Buy buy
782. What Sn represents
783. What a copper badge is made of?
784. What a heartless man was made of?
785. What a soldier's made of
786. What many cans aren't actually made of regardless of what they're called
787. What one man is made of in Oz
788. What some soldiers are made of
789. When repeated hero of children's lit
790. Where Spam originates?
791. Whitesmith's medium
792. Whitesmith's supply
793. Window-glass ingredient
794. Woodman's material
795. Word before Pan Man or can
796. Word before ear or soldier
797. Word with Man or can
798. Word with can or cup
799. Word with foil or can
800. Worthless
801. [10]
802. ___ Machine (David Bowie band)
803. ___ Machine (former David Bowie band)
804. ___ Pan Alley (musical era/movement of New York)
805. ___ Pan Alley (songwriters' district)
806. ___ Woodman ("The Wizard of Oz" character)
807. ___ Woodman (1900 literary character)
808. ___ Woodman classic literary character
809. ___ Woodman.
810. ___ can (destroyer in Navy slang)
811. ___ can (goat food in cartoons)
812. ___ ear
813. ___ fish
814. ___ foil hat (conspiracy theorist's cover)
815. ___ foil.
816. ___ God
817. ___ Lizzy
818. ___ soldier.
819. ___ Star
820. {Number 10}
821. Product of Coosa County, Alabama
822. Product of cassiterite
823. Chief product of Bolivia
824. Roofing
825. Product of Coosa County, Ala
826. Product of Patino mines
827. Chief constituent of pewter
828. Ingredient of solder
829. The woodman's makeup
830. Keeper for kippers
831. Oscar statuette's makeup, mostly
832. Tenth anniversary gift, traditionally
833. Man in "The Wizard of Oz"
834. Sn, symbolically
835. The Wizard of Oz man's makeup?
836. ___ Man (Dorothy's "heartless" friend)
837. Frank Sinatra's daughter
838. A Turner
839. Actress Louise
840. Brown of The New Yorker
841. Ginger of Gilligan.s Island
842. Private Dancer singer
843. Mia's role in "Broadway Danny Rose"
844. Ms. Turner
845. Fork spike
846. A Sinatra
847. Tenth-anniversary gift, traditionally
848. I, ___, rock autobiography
849. Energetic entertainer Turner
850. Ike's ex
851. Sarah Palin impersonator
852. Fey of TV
853. Add a bit of color
854. Toy soldier material, sometimes
855. 30 Rock first name
856. TV's Fey
857. Actress Louise of "Gilligan's Island"
858. Foil material, once
859. Roofing material, sometimes
860. Grammy winner Turner
861. Fey of "30 Rock"
862. Bossypants author Fey
863. One of the Sinatras
864. Funny Fey
865. Turner of records
866. Brown and others
867. Color faintly
868. Antler feature
869. Singer born Anna Mae Bullock
870. Brown and Turner
871. Fork prong
872. Trident feature
873. Editor Brown
874. Athlete's foot treatment
875. Jalopies
876. Add color to
877. Color
878. Antler part
879. Fork part
880. Brown of publishing
881. Hint of color
882. Food sticker
883. Coloring
884. Touch of color
885. Cable channel owned by Discovery
886. Frank McCourt memoir
887. NYU's ___ School of the Arts
888. Tree trim
889. Add color
890. Minimum
891. Dickens character
892. Juan's uncle
893. Pedro's uncle
894. Most minute
895. =-- the iceberg
896. Baseball's Martinez
897. Martinez of baseball
898. Deed
899. ___ for tat
900. Ostrich relative
901. Turner and Louise
902. Food stabber
903. Pitchfork part
904. Rake part
905. Explosive situation
906. Part of a fork
907. Singer Turner
908. Louise of "Gilligan's Island"
909. Turner and others
910. Antler's point
911. Coastal Disturbances playwright Howe
912. Perry Como's "___ Marie"
913. Cake __
914. With 36 Across, rapper's woe
915. See 87 Across
916. With 60 Down, legend in one's own mind
917. Weekend Update co-anchor Fey
918. Better Be Good to Me singer Turner
919. I, ___ (1986 rock autobiography)
920. The Diana Chronicles author Brown
921. Fey of "Baby Mama"
922. With 35-Across, musical inability
923. Playwright Howe
924. Vital war material.
925. Feminine name.
926. Important war metal.
927. Principal export of island of Banca.
928. Vital war metal.
929. Philippine cedar.
930. Sn.
931. Inflammable.
932. The little ___ god.
933. White metal.
934. Amalgamating pan.
935. Diminutive of Christina.
936. Quail-like bird.
937. Product of Patino's mines.
938. One of the Ladrones.
939. Export from Malaya.
940. Product of Cornwall.
941. Tenth wedding anniversary.
942. Girl's nickname.
943. Bolivian source of wealth.
944. From the Patino mines.
945. Its symbol is Sn.
946. Source of Bolivia's wealth.
947. Tenth anniversary gift.
948. Vital mineral.
949. Export from the Malay States.
950. Kitchen utensil.
951. Product of Alabama.
952. Product of Malaya.
953. Traditional gift for the 10th wedding anniversary.
954. Venezuelan export.
955. Bathtub: Spain.
956. Ingredient of solder.
957. Product of Coosa County, Ala.
958. Product of Coosa County, Alabama.
959. Product of Patino mines.
960. The Woodman's make-up.
961. Part of solder.
962. The woodman's makeup.
963. Part of bronze.
964. The ___ Woodman.
965. Diminutive of a girl's name.
966. Element 50.
967. Export of Bolivia.
968. Extract of cassiterite.
969. Pie pan.
970. Roofing material.
971. ___ plate.
972. ___ hat.
973. Actress Louise.
974. Ingredient in solder.
975. Kind of hat or horn.
976. Metal coating.
977. Actress ___ Louise.
978. Flint's companion.
979. Girl's name.
980. Kitchen item.
981. Color: Poet.
982. Diminutive on girls' names.
983. See 53-Across
984. Spam container
985. Small container
986. Bronze, in part
987. Part of solder
988. The ___ Woodman
989. Important Malayan product
990. Element 50
991. Pie pan
992. Export of Bolivia
993. Extract of cassiterite
994. Element
995. Bolivian product
996. ___ hat
997. Chemically, Sn
998. Ingredient in solder
999. Its atomic number is
1000. Metal coating
1001. Kind of hat or horn
1002. Kitchen container
1003. Principal constituent of pewter
1004. Product from cassiterite
1005. Pan
1006. Tenth anniversary symbol
1007. Sealed container
1008. One of the elements
1009. Mineral
1010. Bolivia's mainstay
1011. Can coating
1012. Kitchen item
1013. Receptacle
1014. Haley's metal in " ... Oz"
1015. Gift for a th wedding anniversary
1016. Can, in
1017. Atomic number
1018. ___ Men, film
1019. Fruitcake container
1020. ___ Man ('The Wizard of Oz' character)
1021. Mint holder
1022. Another word for a can
1023. Foil or soldier material
1024. Word with “can” or “Man”
1025. Hidden element in this clue
1026. Soft metal Tin Daily Themed