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1. ___ tee
2. Words after ode
3. Ode-title words
4. Suit ___ T
5. ___ tee (perfectly)
6. Up ___ point
7. Fit ___ tee
8. MacDowell's "___ Wild Rose"
9. Bryant's "___ Waterfowl"
10. "Ode ___ Nightingale": Keats
11. "Ode ___ Nightingale"
12. ___ tee (exactly)
13. "___ Skylark": Shelley
14. "___ Wild Rose"
15. Shelley's "Ode ___ Skylark"
16. Tree used for war clubs
17. Shelley's "___ Skylark"
18. Come ___ halt
19. "___ Waterfowl": Bryant
20. ___ T (perfectly)
21. Done ___ turn
22. "___ Skylark"
23. ___ Alta, town SW of San Juan
24. One-customer connection
25. ___ fare-thee-well
26. "___ Louse": Burns
27. "___ Mouse": Burns
28. _____T
29. Start of an ode's title
30. "_____ Waterfowl" (Bryant poem)
31. "Ode _____ Nightingale"
32. _____ man (unanimously)
33. ____ T
34. "One ___ customer"
35. ___ fault (overly so)
36. ___ T
37. ___ fault (overmuch)
38. Ode title starter
39. Burnt ___ crisp
40. Words in a dedication
41. ___ man (everyone)
42. Bryant poem "___ Waterfall"
43. "___ Louse" (Burns poem)
44. "___ Skylark" (ode)
45. Start of many an ode's title
46. Worn ___ frazzle
47. Burn ___ crisp
48. Ode's opening
49. Done -- turn
50. Ode words
51. Grind __ halt
52. Ode starter
53. __ T (perfectly)
54. Loyal __ fault
55. Ode opening
56. Words before T or degree
57. Start of many ode titles
58. Start of some ode titles
59. Robert Burns's "___ Mouse"
60. Words before fault or degree
61. Cooked ___ turn
62. Get thee ___ nunnery
63. Bring ___ conclusion
64. Generous __ fault
65. Suit ___ tee
66. One __ customer
67. Generous-fault connector
68. ___ man: all
69. ___ tee: exactly
70. Ode opener
71. Visit __ Small Planet
72. Dedicatory title words
73. Bryant's "__ Waterfowl"
74. __ T
75. __ degree
76. ___ a tee (exactly)
77. Dedicatory words
78. Man or tee preceder
79. Up-point link
80. __ degree: somewhat
81. __ man: unanimously
82. Ode title start
83. Shelley's "__ Skylark"
84. __ Skylark
85. __ T (just right)
86. Part three of query
87. Fit __ T
88. __ fault (excessively)
89. Done __ turn
90. Do ___ T
91. Moths-flame connector
92. __ fault: excessively
93. __ fault
94. Burnt __ crisp
95. Words in praiseful titles
96. Come __ standstill
97. __ tee
98. ___ degree (somewhat)
99. A View __ Kill
100. Ode title opening
101. Suit-tee link
102. __ turn (just right)
103. Suit __ T
104. __ tee (exactly)
105. Title starter for a 21 Across
106. ___ man
107. ___ Louse (Burns poem)
108. ___ Skylark (ode)
109. Come ___ screeching halt: 2 wds.
110. Go ___ length
111. Prey for a hognose snake
112. Relative of a frog
113. Wart causer, in legend
114. Moneybags in "The Wind in the Willows"
115. Wart cause, in folklore
116. Right in every detail
117. Pod : whale :: knot : ___
118. Ones with warts and all?
119. Horned ___ (certain lizard)
120. Repugnant sort
121. It may be eaten or drunk
122. Shakespearean infinitive
123. Learn to walk
124. 'Piggy'
125. Before tomorrow
126. It has a nail
127. 'Future Shock author Alvin'
128. Shoe tip
129. Reinforcing shoe tip
130. Competing directly
131. Cubes in miso soup
132. Party wrap
133. Emcees, at times
134. Glass clinkers
135. After-wedding offerings
136. Flawlessly?
137. Generous-fault link
138. Ode title starter, often
139. _ point
140. Come ___ head
141. Done ___ fare-thee-well
142. Done-turn connection
143. Generous ___ fault
144. ___ Skylark
145. Prelude ___ Kiss (1992 Meg Ryan movie)
146. Grind ___ halt
147. Words in ode titles
148. Come ___ decision
149. Burned ___ crisp
150. Ode ___ Nightingale: Keats
151. Ode ___ Nightingale
152. ___ Skylark: Shelley
153. ___ Wild Rose
154. ___ Waterfowl: Bryant
155. ___ turn (perfectly)
156. ___ Louse: Burns
157. ___ Mouse: Burns
158. Ode _____ Nightingale
159. _____ Waterfowl (Bryant poem)
160. The Wind in the Willows' character nyt 1995 TOAD Horned _____ (lizard) nyt 1995 TOAD Little hopper nyt 1995 TOAD Miniature hopper nyt 1995 TOAD Mr. _____ of The Wind in the Willowsâ€‌
161. Wart-covered creature
162. Licked boots?
163. ...___ a good-night!
164. Warty-skinned critter
165. Loathsome individuals
166. Lowly one
167. ___ man (unanimously)
168. Ode title phrase
169. Come ___ head (culminate)
170. Ode title opener
171. Steinbeck's "___ God Unknown"
172. Words before man or tee
173. Ode title words
174. ___ fault
175. Start of the title of many an ode
176. T preceder
177. ___ degree
178. Ellington's "Prelude ___ Kiss"
179. Dedicatory phrase
180. With 4-Down, perfectly
181. Valiant Samoan warrior
182. Samoan warrior
183. "A View ___ Kill"
184. "A View ___ Kill" (1985)
185. "A View ___ Kill" -- Bond movie
186. "Am I talking ___ wall?"
187. "Get thee ___ nunnery"
188. "I compare you ___ kiss from a rose..." (Seal line)
189. "I've come ___ decision"
190. "Ode ___ Large Tuna in the Market" (Neruda poem)
191. "Only one ___ customer."
192. "Prelude ___ Kiss"
193. "Prelude ___ Kiss" (1992 Meg Ryan movie)
194. "Retiring with so much money and fame? It couldn't happen ___ nicer guy"
195. "Shall I compare thee ___ summer's day"
196. "Visit ___ Small Planet"
197. "___ God Unknown" (Steinbeck)
198. "___ Mouse" (Burns poem)
199. "___ Skylark" (Shelley)
200. "___ Skylark."
201. "___ Water Lily."
202. "___ Waterfowl" (Bryant poem)
203. "___ Waterfowl."
204. "___ Wild Rose."
205. 'Prelude -- Kiss'
206. '___ Skylark'
207. =-- T (just so)
208. =-- degree
209. =-- degree (somewhat)
210. =-- fault
211. =-- large extent
212. =-- man (everyone)
213. =--- T
214. 1996 George Michael hit "Jesus ___ Child"
215. Auto supercharger
216. Burn -- crisp
217. Burns' "___ Mouse"
218. Burns's "___ Mouse."
219. Burnt -- crisp
220. Burnt ___ crisp: 2 wds.
221. Burnt-crisp link
222. Come -- halt
223. Come -- head
224. Come -- stop
225. Come ___ standstill
226. Come ___ standstill: 2 wds.
227. Cooked-turn link
228. Done ___ turn.
229. Done-turn link
230. Down ___ science
231. Fit ___ T
232. Generous -- fault
233. Grind-halt link
234. Have down ___ science
235. Jump ___ conclusion.
236. Loyal ___ fault
237. Middle of the title of many an ode
238. Modest -- fault
239. Neruda's "Ode ___ Chestnut on the Ground"
240. Ode ___ Grecian Urn
241. Ode opening possibly
242. Ode title starter often
243. Ode's titular start
244. Odic title phrase
245. Off ___ good start
246. Off ___ good start: 2 wds.
247. One -- customer
248. One ___ customer
249. One-customer link
250. Only one ___ customer.
251. Part 3 of the riddle
252. Precedes tee in a saying
253. Robert Burns's "___ Louse"
254. SOH CAH ___ (mnemonic for trig functions)
255. Shelley's '-- Skylark'
256. Shelley's '___ Skylark'
257. Start of a toast
258. Start of an ode title often
259. Start of many an ode
260. Start of many odes' titles
261. Start of many poem titles
262. Suited -- T
263. Suited -- tee
264. Suited ___ tee
265. Tee preceder
266. Two for the ode?
267. Up -- point
268. Up ___ point.
269. Up-point connector
270. Words after "Ode" in many poem titles
271. Words before T
272. Words of dedication
273. Words starting an ode
274. Words with degree or fault
275. Words with fault or degree
276. Worn --- frazzle
277. Worn-frazzle link
278. ___ Alta town SW of San Juan
279. ___ T (just right)
280. ___ certain extent
281. ___ crisp
282. ___ degree (somewhat).
283. ___ degree.
284. ___ degree: somewhat
285. ___ fare-thee-well.
286. ___ fault (excessively)
287. ___ fault (excessively).
288. ___ fault (overly)
289. ___ fault: excessively
290. ___ large extent
291. ___ large extent: 2 wds.
292. ___ man (all)
293. ___ man (as one)
294. ___ man (everyone).
295. ___ man.
296. ___ man: unanimously
297. ___ point
298. ___ tee.
299. ___ turn (exactly).
300. ___ turn (just right)
301. ___ turn (perfectly).
302. ___ turn.
303. ___ turn: just so
304. ___t
305. Degree lead-in
306. Horned amphibian
307. One ____ customer
308. Suit ____ tee
309. ____ man: unanimously
310. The Wind in the Willows character
311. Ode opening possibly
312. Bufo
313. Knot member
314. Horned Westerner
315. His pad's the pond
316. The Wind in the Willows motorcar driver
317. Repulsive sort
318. Warty amphibian
319. Wind in the Willows character
320. Frog kin
321. Burnt-crisp connection
322. Wart giver of folklore
323. Cause of warts, in folklore
324. Fawner
325. Sycophant
326. Without exception
327. Unanimously
328. Breakfast side dish
329. Goose : gaggle :: ___ : knot
330. Lowly sort
331. Mr. ___ of "The Wind in the Willows"
332. Warty creature
333. ... and ___ a good-night
334. Precisely
335. Fit ___ tied
336. Warm
337. Trinidad's neighbor
338. End of remark
339. Bustle
340. Foot digit
341. Body part with a nail
342. '-- is human ...'
343. Dude (up)
344. Foot part
345. Spinning skating leap
346. In direct confrontation
347. Abu Dhabi is its cap.
348. Obsequious flatterer
349. Wetlands amphibian
350. Natterjacks
351. Back and forth
352. Breakfast favorite
353. Everyone without exception
354. The Wind in the Willows critter
355. Little hopper
356. The Wind in the Willows character
357. Slimeball
358. Contemptible one
359. Despicable sort
360. Hopper
361. Natterjack
362. Natterjack, e.g.
363. Adult toe biter.
364. Menial hangers-on.
365. Batrachian.
366. Hateful person.
367. Croaker.
368. Amphibian.
369. ___ tee (exactly).
370. Leaping amphibians.
371. Amphibians.
372. Agua.
373. ___ Water Lily.
374. Wind in the Willows character.
375. ___ turn (exactly)
376. Only one ___ customer
377. ___ Water Lily
378. Jump ___ conclusion
379. "Ode __ Nightingale"
380. __ tee; precisely
381. __ fault; excessively
382. __ degree; somewhat