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# Clue
1. ___ on the aisle
2. Company, usually
3. One less than a crowd
4. Number for tangoing or tea
5. Dyadic group
6. Unpopular bill
7. "Tea for ___"
8. Proverbial company
9. Square root of four
10. Number of satellites around Mars
11. Tenth of a score
12. Noah's number
13. Seesaw occupants
14. Company, proverbially
15. "___ on the aisle"
16. "___ Rode Together,"film
17. " . . . ___ if by sea"
18. Handed or fisted preceder
19. ___ old cat
20. Number for tea
21. Hardy's "___ on a Tower"
22. "___ Sleepy People"
23. Company number
24. "___ for the Seesaw,"film
25. The ark's magic number
26. Cube root of eight
27. Jefferson's bill
28. Jefferson bill
29. Company?
30. "___ Women," Loren film
31. Doublet
32. Sophia Loren's "_____ Women"
33. Broadway hit "_____for the Show"
34. "Tea for _____" (hit)
35. Seesaw quorum
36. Seesaw necessity
37. Afternoon time
38. Points scored for a safety
39. ___-timer
40. Common ticket buyer's request
41. It's "company"
42. Word repeated in a basketball chant
43. A doubleheader
44. Toddler's age
45. Number of teeth Goofy has
46. Coupe complement
47. With 2-Down, certain mismatch
48. Number of talking animals in the Bible
49. It's due in Venice
50. With 71-Across, heavy, as a truck
51. Solid-colored pool ball
52. "Table for ___?"
53. With 17-Across, value of some opinions
54. ... of aWashington stamp
55. Thunderbird seating capacity
56. "Terrible" age
57. With 22-Across, obsolescent club
58. First word of Frost's "The Road Not Taken"
59. Some Clint Eastwood number
60. ''Terrible'' age
61. A quarter of eight
62. Mixed doubles team
63. The ___ Gentlemen of Verona
64. Four's square root
65. Loveseat capacity
66. Lowest prime number
67. Minimum for a volleyball game
68. Number in first-sequel titles
69. The only even prime
70. Eight's cube root
71. Number of Nobel Prizes Marie Curie won
72. Only even prime number
73. Pencil number
74. Value of D or G in Scrabble
75. Brace number
76. Binary base
77. Slam-dunk point value
78. A prime
79. Even prime
80. Blue pool ball
81. Date-movie request
82. Date movie request
83. With 51-Across, a fair hand
84. Helium's atomic number
85. Tango requisite
86. Lowest craps roll
87. Prime number that's even
88. Bill featuring Thomas Jefferson
89. First prime
90. Tango need
91. Turtledoves count
92. Bill featuring Jefferson's portrait
93. Martian moon count
94. Puzzle or code
95. THREE WISE OLD HEADS, ONE FEWER
96. _____ if by sea (part of Revere's signal)
97. Tea quantity, so they sing
98. Timer's start?
99. Word with faced or fisted
100. Humps on a Bactrian camel
101. Enough to tango
102. Safety's value in the NFL
103. Company quorum
104. =-- Women: Loren Oscar film
105. The ___ Jakes
106. Countdown digit
107. Goody ___ -shoes
108. Tag team
109. Ark grouping
110. Company requirement?
111. Seesaw requirement
112. Tango requirement?
113. ___ can play that game
114. Bit or part lead-in
115. Even amount
116. ___ -faced
117. ___ -timer
118. Company quorum?
119. Ticket booth request, often
120. What a "V" sign might mean
121. Word hidden in 18-, 23-, 37-, 50- and 60-Across
122. Word with time or piece
123. Rarely-seen bill
124. Phone's ABC
125. Number worn by Moses Malone and Derek Jeter
126. Relatively lonely number, though not as bad as one, in song
127. Company, so they say
128. Romantic number
129. Let's play ___
130. ___ Buck Chuck (Charles Shaw)
131. Lowest card in a suit
132. Number of Beatles still with us
133. Number of grooves on an LP
134. Ticket request, at times
135. Turtle dove complement
136. ___ If By Tea (Rush Limbaugh's patriotic-themed beverage)
137. Bottom of a deck?
138. Teeter-totter quorum
139. Company's number?
140. Tally for a safety
141. Duck, in poker slang
142. Tango quota
143. Slam-dunk score
144. Seesaw need
145. Critical number for 15 Across
146. Tango or seesaw necessity
147. Number required for a 64-Across
148. What it takes?
149. With 2-Down, like a bikini
150. Thematic number on 61-Down
151. Seesaw complement
152. Timing lead-in
153. Bill featuring Jefferson
154. V-sign, to a maأ®tre d'
155. With 6-Down, kind of sloth
156. Not quite a crowd, so they say
157. Tea for __
158. __-Face: duplicitous Batman foe
159. 42-Across doubled
160. Number missing, in a way, from "4 = 16"
161. Small partnership
162. Minimum for many games
163. Quantity in a brace
164. Word before time or piece
165. Complement for a tango
166. Not quite a crowd?
167. Romantic dinner complement
168. This answer's consonant count, aptly
169. What a V-sign probably means in a restaurant
170. With 42-Down, like some bobsleds
171. __ wrongs ...
172. Tango need, so they say
173. Love-seat capacity
174. Base of computer operations
175. Candlelight-dinner quorum
176. Eagle on a par four
177. Duet complement
178. Seater or suiter starter
179. Blue billiard ball
180. Company, supposedly
181. Small even number
182. A brace of
183. People in a couple
184. Low heart
185. What a double is worth on the diamond
186. Part 2 of the sign
187. Time to close a bar, maybe
188. Easy putt, say
189. Happy hour offering, maybe
190. What 18-, 23-, 55- and 63-Across each comprises
191. Soap time, maybe
192. Customary start for Wimbledon singles finals
193. One-quarter of a mourning lacrosse team?
194. How the passengers went in 21-Across
195. Having length and width only, briefly
196. Octet of black squares in the middle of this grid, typographically
197. Some special deals
198. They're helpful for long shots
199. Quantity of a key ingredient in a 117-Across
200. Like some Schwinns
201. Like many a Broadway play
202. Lacking depth, in brief
203. Like a plane, for short
204. Like traditional movies, for short
205. Old draft category for civilian workers
206. It's solid blue, in pool
207. Small-time thieves
208. Having no depth, briefly
209. Coupe, e.g. ... or a hint to 17- and 64-Across and 11- and 34-Down
210. Acid-burned Bat-villain
211. When D.S.T. starts or ends
212. When bars close in Boston
213. Snorkeling bargain?
214. Like many a sports car
215. Situation that makes a double play impossible
216. Like some beach volleyball teams
217. Smallish London lodgings
218. Terrible period
219. Like some tennis grips
220. They beat as one, in a U2 song
221. Like a standard highway
222. Most jump shots
223. Time in Manhattan when it's midnight in Montana
224. When some bars close
225. Construction staples ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme
226. Like some saws and bobsleds
227. A trivial sum, informally
228. Low rolls
229. Like a midlevel general or a so-so movie
230. Lacking depth, informally
231. Coin-flipping "Batman" villain
232. *A couple of prisoners after an escape from Leavenworth?
233. Almost a full house
234. Thick, as toilet tissue
235. Groups on Noah's Ark
236. *Almost-identical pair, figuratively
237. L'eggs brand bikini?
238. Terrible years for kids
239. *Cheat on, say
240. Pericles, Prince of ___ (Shakespeare play)
241. Somewhat laid back
242. Slangy prefix with geek or mensch
243. _____ Bator
244. 'Gross!'
245. Milkers handfuls'
246. Shih -- (toy dog breed)
247. Proof goofs
248. Keyboard users
249. 79-Across's fed.
250. Data-entry person
251. 'Teh' for 'the for one,'
252. Kooky Cleveland band Pere ___
253. Cali school Jack Black attended, briefly
254. Dylan "___ Girl in the World"
255. Isaac Brock side project ___ Casanova
256. Unbelievable Truth "___ Tracks"
257. Pere ___
258. Where Charles Mingus "Played" in '65
259. '92 Orb smash album
260. '90 Black Sabbath album about the son of Odin?
261. Org. many people call from their cell phones
262. The seven Trucial Sheikdoms, now
263. Nat. where the dirham is money
264. Trucial States, now
265. Submerged threats of WW2
266. Rare dice rolls
267. Three's a crowd!
268. Like arguments or coins
269. 1997 Brad Pitt film?
270. Tricyclist
271. Idiomatic sword
272. It cuts both ways
273. Mitchum/MacLaine film
274. _____ company, three's a ...
275. Word with cents or faced
276. 48 hours
277. Some wild cards
278. What Noah counted by?
279. Kind of penalty, in golf
280. ABC phone key
281. Company, proverbially, parted four times in this puzzle
282. Hardness number for many pencils
283. Tango necessity
284. Duel quorum
285. Number of senators per state
286. Primary prime
287. What it takes to make a thing go right
288. Snake eyes, in Vegas
289. What it takes
290. Common ticket booth request
291. Tango quorum
292. Number under @ on a keyboard
293. Digit in the center of all three zip codes in Beverly Hills
294. Solid blue ball
295. What it takes to make a thing go right, in a hip-hop song
296. Word separated in this puzzle's six longest answers
297. Atomic number of helium
298. Dinner date complement
299. Number of competitors in a sumo match
300. Pup tent's maximum occupancy
301. First prime number
302. Solid blue pool ball
303. This plus that
304. ___ for the show
305. Matinee time
306. ___ minute warning
307. Basketball score
308. ___ of a kind
309. Number for 22 Across
310. Tea for ___
311. ___ Rode Together, 1961 film
312. . . . ___ if by sea
313. What it takes to tango
314. ___ Sleepy People
315. Tango number
316. ___ for the Seesaw, 1962 film
317. Deuce
318. ___ Women, Loren film
319. Number for the show
320. 1940 Broadway hit "_____for the Show"
321. Danny Kaye musical about Noah's ark
322. China's 1972 gift to the U.S.
323. 1962 Mitchum/MacLaine film
324. Terrible time
325. Having one intermission
326. Common board size
327. Chris Evert specialty
328. Like many blacktops
329. Terrible age
330. One and one
331. Tango requirement
332. Blue ball
333. Double standard?
334. One after another?
335. A couple
336. Smallest prime
337. See 31 Down
338. Company number?
339. Birdie on a three-par hole
340. Noah's per-species limit
341. Presidential term limit number
342. Chapter ___ (Neil Simon play)
343. Teetertotter quorum
344. ...___ if by sea
345. Bactrian camel's hump count
346. Marriage requirement
347. Tango requisite?
348. ___ for the Seesaw
349. Safety point value
350. Tangoing number
351. Number of points for a safety, on the gridiron
352. Slam dunk point count
353. Brace
354. Number in company excessively audible
355. See 56-Down
356. Pair
357. Wee hour
358. Couple
359. Duo
360. Quip, part 3
361. First and last digit in a Manhattan area code
362. Word with time or tone
363. A duo
364. Afternoon hour
365. Retired number of Dodger Tommy Lasorda
366. Duet number
367. Tandem's capacity
368. A pair
369. See 32-Down
370. Early afternoon hour
371. Company quota
372. Number of X's in this puzzle's answer
373. Start of D.C.'s ZIP codes or area code
374. Low card
375. One's successor
376. Lowest VHF channel
377. Number
378. Goody ___-shoes
379. Wild card in canasta
380. Company
381. Enough to play tennis
382. The makings of a quarrel
383. Proverbially, this is 40
384. Right hand’s traditional steering wheel position, or a hint to the starred answers’ ends
385. "-- Women": Loren Oscar film
386. "... ___ if by sea"
387. "...___ if by sea"
388. "A Tale of ___ Cities"
389. "Chapter ___" (Neil Simon play)
390. "Duck" in card-players' slang
391. "Due" to Domenico
392. "Five foot ___ eyes of blue..."
393. "For the show."
394. "Hidden" theme of the puzzle
395. "It Takes ___"
396. "Let's play ___"
397. "Lock Stock and ___ Smoking Barrels"
398. "My ___ Dads" ('80s sitcom)
399. "Secondly..."
400. "Snake eyes" value
401. "Tea for ___" (1925 hit)
402. "The ___ Gentlemen of Verona"
403. "The ___ Jakes"
404. "Timer" or "wheeler" lead-in
405. "___ Buck Chuck" (Charles Shaw)
406. "___ Tickets to Paris" (1962)
407. "___ Women " Loren film
408. "___ can play that game"
409. "___ for the Seesaw"
410. "___ for the Seesaw " 1962 film
411. "___ for the show"
412. "___ if by sea" (part of Revere's signal)
413. "___ if by sea."
414. "___ of Us" (Beatles song)
415. "___ of Us" Beatles
416. "___ of Us" Fab Four
417. & 54. Appropriate ratio for this puzzle?
418. 'Duck ' in poker slang
419. 'Tea for --'
420. (In) half
421. -
422. -54
423. ... of a 1903 Washington stamp
424. 10 in binary
425. 10 000 Maniacs "Eat for ___"
426. 16 eighths
427. 1940 Broadway hit "___for the Show"
428. 1955 Thunderbird seating capacity
429. 1988 hit "It Takes ___"
430. 1993 hit "___ Princes"
431. @ neighbor
432. A "small" hour.
433. A brace
434. A couple of
435. A layup's worth
436. A pair of
437. A quarter of eight?
438. A sixth of a dozen
439. A solid-colored billiard ball
440. A wee hour
441. ATM's ABC
442. About 8% of 24
443. After noon.
444. Afternoon hour.
445. Age of innocence.
446. Alternative meaning for a peace sign
447. Ark quorum
448. Base of computer operations?
449. Beach volleyball team complement
450. Ben Harper "With My Own ___ Hands"
451. Best documentary short subject nominee "___ Hands"
452. Bill picturing Jefferson
453. Bill promoted in Spend Tom campaigns
454. Bill with Jefferson's portrait
455. Bill with a portrait of Thomas Jefferson
456. Binary system base
457. Bisector's result
458. Blue ball on the table
459. Blue ball?
460. Blue billiard ball's number
461. Blue billiards ball
462. Boxing ring boundaries
463. Brace amount
464. Brace complement
465. Brace's makeup
466. Brace.
467. CBC Radio ___
468. Candlelight dinner quorum
469. Carol's turtledove complement
470. Cat Stevens's "___ Fine People"
471. Catcher in baseball scorekeeping
472. Catcher in scorekeeping
473. Cell's ABC
474. Charles Dickens's "A Tale of ___ Cities"
475. Chess-game quorum
476. Common draw draw*
477. Company definition
478. Company according to a proverb
479. Company but not a crowd
480. Company per the adage
481. Company perhaps
482. Company proverbially
483. Company proverbially parted four times in this puzzle
484. Company proverbially.
485. Company so they say
486. Company so they say.
487. Company supposedly
488. Company they say
489. Company usually
490. Complement of turtledoves in a Christmas song
491. Computer base
492. Couple in Fort Worth
493. Couple.
494. Craps for example
495. D's Scrabble value
496. Dana's years before the mast.
497. Date complement
498. Date minimum
499. Derek Jeter's number
500. Derek Jeter's retired number
501. Derek Jeter for the Yankees
502. Deuce*
503. Deuce as in 52
504. Deuce.
505. Deux.
506. Diameter/radius ratio
507. Dice roll with a 1-in-36 probability
508. Die roll
509. Die-rolling possibility
510. Dos in English
511. Double for one
512. Doubles team
513. Duad.
514. Dual number?
515. Due in English
516. Duet necessity
517. Duet number?
518. Duet's number
519. Duplicitous one's face count
520. Dyad
521. Early afternoon
522. Early afternoon.
523. End for some long lunches
524. English dos
525. Erstwhile airline
526. Even number
527. Even number factor
528. First magic number in nuclear physics
529. First of the "magic numbers" in physics
530. First or last digit of D.C.'s area code
531. Five minus three
532. Four halves
533. Fourth root of 16
534. Grams of tea in a typical tea bag
535. Guy Ritchie film "Lock Stock and ___ Smoking Barrels"
536. Helium's number.
537. Honeymoon quorum
538. Hoop score
539. Hour when daylight saving time starts
540. How many hypos are in this glue
541. How many it takes to tango?
542. I and I
543. II
544. Important number in finding Mersenne primes
545. In ___ shakes (shortly)
546. Indigo Girls "Power of ___"
547. It features John Trumbull's painting "The Signing of the Declaration of Independence"
548. It follows one
549. It looks like a peace sign
550. It may appear ahead of time
551. It shares a key with @
552. It's 10 in binary
553. It's company
554. It's company it's said
555. It's company it's said
556. It's due to Marconi
557. It's often wild; what a card!
558. It's said to be company
559. Item number?
560. Janus' face count
561. Jazz score?
562. Jefferson's spot
563. Joe Jackson "Breaking Us in ___"
564. Kawhi Leonard's number
565. Kind of timer
566. Late lunch hour
567. Late lunchtime
568. Layup reward in points
569. Lead-in for faced or handed
570. Little cassino.
571. Loren film "___ Women"
572. Losing come-out roll in craps
573. Love seat capacity
574. Love-seat complement
575. Low even number
576. Low number
577. Low prime
578. Lowest Monopoly roll
579. Lowest broadcast TV channel
580. Lowest number on a doubling cube
581. Lowest prime
582. Lowest roll in Monopoly
583. Lowest roll with a pair of dice
584. Lowest war card
585. Matinee hour
586. Matinee time.
587. Maximum number of terms for a U.S. president
588. Midrange jumper's point total
589. Monticello note before '76
590. More than one
591. Moses Malone on the 76ers
592. Musical duo Aztec ___-Step
593. Need to tango
594. Neil Simon's chapter
595. No. of forward speeds G.M.'s "PowerGlide" (3)
596. Noah count?
597. Noah's Ark number
598. Noah's limit
599. Not a lot
600. Not just one
601. Not many___ ___ ___ ___
602. Not quite a crowd so they say
603. Not very many
604. Not-very-valuable diamond
605. Number Noah knew
606. Number for Noah and Derek Jeter
607. Number for the show?
608. Number in a Dickens title
609. Number in a brace
610. Number in sequel titles
611. Number near ABC
612. Number near the '@'
613. Number needed for a tango
614. Number of "Little Sisters" Carly Simon sang of
615. Number of Allman brothers
616. Number of F's in this grid
617. Number of Oscars won by the first parts of the answers of the starred clues
618. Number of bridges where cars can cross the Cape Cod Canal
619. Number of cities in a Dickens title
620. Number of entries in this puzzle that contain winged critters
621. Number of goals in a brace
622. Number of graduates in the first class at West Point (1802)
623. Number of heads that's apparently better than one
624. Number of independent governors
625. Number of masts on a ketch
626. Number of necks some guitars have
627. Number of performers in Schubert's "Winterreise"
628. Number of points for a safety
629. Number of points for a safety on the gridiron
630. Number of points scored by a safety
631. Number of protons in a helium atom
632. Number of seats in a Fiero (3)
633. Number of skyscrapers destroyed in the 9/11 attacks
634. Number of states bordering Florida
635. Number of states that border Washington
636. Number of terms Washington served
637. Number of time zones crossed by Texas
638. Number of times the Twins have won the World Series appropriately
639. Number of turtledoves
640. Number of weeks "It's My Party" was at #1
641. Number of weeks in a fortnight
642. Number of words in the shortest verse in the Bible (John 11:35)
643. Number often given to a maitre d'
644. Number on a blue billiard ball
645. Number on many lead pencils
646. Number that 'can play that game'
647. Number that only one prime number is divisible by
648. Number that's "company"
649. Number to tango
650. Numer of typos in this club
651. Numerical term for a shooting guard
652. One + one
653. One more is a crowd
654. One more than one
655. One more with feeling
656. One plus one
657. One roll of the die
658. Only even prime
659. Only number that can be typed with a keyboard's top row
660. Pair count
661. Pair group
662. Pair number
663. Pair.
664. Placement number of letters missing from the question which are the key to the contest answer
665. Point value of a safety
666. Points for a 17-foot jumper
667. Points for a seventeen-foot jumper
668. Possible roll of the die
669. Power of a square
670. Pup-tent capacity
671. Quadratic exponent
672. Quarter of 8
673. Quarter of eight
674. Quarter of eight?
675. Quip part 3
676. Rare bill
677. Rare craps roll
678. Rarely seen bill
679. Rarely used greenback
680. Recorded
681. Relatively lonely number though not as bad as one in song
682. Requirement for a tango
683. Right hand's traditional steering wheel position or a hint to the starred answers' ends
684. Right number for tea.
685. Rodman score
686. Safety reward in points
687. Second
688. Secondly
689. Seesaw minimum
690. Seesawing complement
691. Senatorial allotment
692. Sequel word
693. Shout repeated at a basketball game
694. Shout shortly before the New Year
695. Show number?
696. Silver medalist's spot
697. Singer count in a duet
698. Six less four
699. Slam dunk's point value
700. Slam dunk's worth
701. Small bill
702. Small cardinal
703. Smallest prime number
704. Snake eyes
705. Snake eyes roll
706. Snake eyes sum
707. Snake eyes total
708. Snake eyes in Vegas
709. Snake-eyes
710. Snake-eyes count
711. Snake-eyes number
712. Sophia Loren's "___ Women"
713. Split quantity?
714. Square figure?
715. Stacey Q "___ of Hearts"
716. Stacey Q's "___ of Hearts"
717. Start of a fold
718. Start of every ZIP code in Virginia
719. Sundial's II
720. Superior head count proverbially
721. Tablet dosage often
722. Take ___
723. Tandem bike's capacity
724. Tandem number
725. Tandem's accommodation
726. Tango complement
727. Tango contingent
728. Tango maximum
729. Tango minimum
730. Tango prerequisite
731. Tango requirement they say
732. Tango team
733. Tangoing need
734. Tea complement?
735. Tea quantity so they sing
736. Tea total?
737. Team size in beach volleyball
738. Terrible age?
739. Texas' rank as a state in both size and population
740. The even prime
741. The even prime number
742. The first blank in "___ girls one ___"
743. The minimum amount of ferrets which may form a business
744. The number of ones in the binary representation of 72
745. The number of syllables in this clue
746. The only even prime number
747. The sequel
748. Theme of the puzzle
749. This answer's consonant count aptly
750. Ticket booth request often
751. Ticket request at times
752. Time for a late lunch maybe
753. Time of day.
754. Timer or wheeler lead-in
755. Tommy Lasorda's jersey number
756. Tommy Lasorda's number
757. Tommy Lasorda's retired Dodgers number
758. Tommy Lasorda's retired number
759. Tool "Right in ___"
760. Total bases allowed for a double
761. Turtle dove count
762. Turtle doves' number
763. Twain.
764. Twins' number
765. UVA's seed in the 2016 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament
766. Unau toe count
767. Uncommon bill
768. V-sign to a maitre d'
769. Value of snake eyes
770. Value of snake eyes in craps
771. War loser almost always
772. Weighed down
773. What a peace sign might indicate?
774. What it takes to make a thing go right in a hip-hop song
775. What some want a table for
776. What the "bi" in bicycle means
777. What the Berlin Wall divided the city into
778. What the V sign can also represent
779. What's due in Venice?
780. Withdrawn Canadian currency bill
781. Wood choice
782. Word in a sequel title
783. Word in a sequel title often
784. Word to a restaurant host
785. Word with "cents" or "faced"
786. Word with "faced" or "fisted"
787. Word with "faced" or "timed"
788. Word with "fisted" or "faced"
789. Word with fisted cents or faced
790. Word with spot or step.
791. Word with step or time
792. You and me e.g.
793. ___ Buck Chuck (nickname for some Charles Shaw wines)
794. ___ bits.
795. ___ masters no man can serve
796. ___-China policy (US policy towards China and Taiwan)
797. ___-Face: duplicitous Batman foe
798. ___-by-four.
799. ___-faced
800. ___-hit wonder
801. ___-letter words (feature of the TV Guide crossword)
802. ___-masted (like a ketch)
803. {See Notepad}
804. For the show
805. With 52-Down, club whose face has less slope than a mid-mashie
806. 10, in binary
807. See 52-Across
808. See 1-Across
809. It's company, it's said
810. Table for ___?
811. Timer or "wheeler" lead-in
812. 56-Across number
813. My ___ Dads ('80s sitcom)
814. Dos, in English
815. Right hand's traditional steering wheel position, or a hint to the starred answers' ends
816. This puzzle's theme
817. Double
818. ____ masters no man can serve
819. Paltry amount
820. 25 cents: sl.
821. Deuce, as in 52
822. William Gibson play, of 1958
823. Small-time
824. Garbo's last film
825. See 4-Down
826. Diamond double
827. Type of fire
828. ___ day (dosage amount, perhaps)
829. Four, logically
830. Company, per the adage
831. A couple of shillings
832. Word in a sequel title, often
833. Cheap
834. Bathing suit type
835. A hit off the wall, perhaps
836. 23-Down quota
837. Quarter, slangily
838. Shave-and-a-haircut cost, in a ditty
839. Housepainter's application, perhaps
840. Lacking depth
841. Ambiguous
842. See 35-Across
843. Flat
844. Get-one-free deal
845. Kind of garage
846. Like most movies
847. Noah's Ark groupings
848. Pairs
849. Kind of highway
850. Twins
851. 1400
852. Like "Waiting for Godot"
853. Pac-10 powerhouse
854. German sub
855. Central African river
856. Shih --
857. Despot
858. 10th U.S. president
859. Sort
860. Model Banks
861. Despotism
862. Editor's catch
863. Young 'un
864. Bonnie Tyler's "___ Tracks and Broken Hearts"
865. See 63 Down
866. Bruins' home
867. Its first letter stands for "untersee"
868. Diminutive suffix
869. Former Mideast alliance
870. She-bear, to Brutus
871. ___ Bator
872. Be unfaithful to
873. Like some radios
874. See-through items
875. Box-office bargain
876. Magnate
877. Part 2 of the question
878. Yard section
879. Advice, part 2
880. ___ company...
881. Like many TV movies
882. ___ a kind (pair)
883. 40 Across and 40 Across
884. Due, to Domenico
885. See 36 Across
886. Common infomercial hour
887. Wee hr. of the morning
888. Time in New York when it's midnight in Denver
889. Chintzy
890. Late time
891. Time when DST starts and ends
892. See 23-Across
893. In pairs
894. When daylight saving time starts and ends
895. Low note?
896. Late bedtime
897. See 17-Across
898. Placekicker Lawrence whose 47-yard overtime field goal sent the Giants to Super Bowl XLII
899. Workers in demand in Washington.
900. Ship's rope.
901. Goody ___-shoes.
902. Elite, roman, pica, etc.
903. They're wild in Canasta.
904. Proverbially, this is 40 Across.
905. Wild card in Canasta.
906. Of small worth (25 cents).
907. Enough to play tennis.
908. Number of stripes for a lieutenant, senior grade.
909. Princess Anne's age.
910. The makings of a quarrel.
911. Duality.
912. Company.
913. Four.
914. Deceitful.
915. Playing card.
916. Double-dealing.
917. Beta.
918. Number.
919. Sixteen furlongs.
920. Phrase meaning it's cold outside.
921. Picayune: Colloq.
922. Hit better than a bingle.
923. Company, proverbially.
924. Designating some card games.
925. Company, so they say.
926. ___-day.
927. Certain vaudeville shows.
928. Small change, in England
929. ___ day, as in vaudeville.
930. Bridge term.
931. Kind of show, like "I Do, I Do."
932. __-faced
933. You and me, e.g.
934. Hidden theme of the puzzle
935. Playing card
936. Deux
937. Small number
938. One, ___, buckle my shoe
939. Beta
940. ___-by-four
941. Company proverbially
942. Age of innocence
943. Little cassino
944. A "small" hour
945. ___ bits
946. After noon
947. Time of day
948. Duad
949. Twain
950. Right number for tea
951. Number for
952. Apt answer at this spot
953. ... ___ if by sea
954. ___ for the Seesaw, film
955. Siesta hour
956. Vegas snake eyes
957. Couple seen in quiet wood
958. x, in x = 5x - 8
959. Couple from Petworth
960. It takes ___ to tango
961. Duo in ancient wood
962. Time with old couple
963. Couple also heard
964. Number under the @ on a keyboard
965. Number that shares a key with @
966. Number of fingers you extend to make a “Y” in sign language
967. 'Snake eyes' number
968. Number of capitals Bolivia has
969. Number of players needed for Go