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ABES - Fortas and Vigoda ABES - "Fortas, Vigoda, etc."ABES - Beame and Saperstein ABES - Lincoln and others ABES - "Lincoln and others, informally"ABES - Lincoln and Vigoda ABES - Vigoda and Fortas ABES - "Five-dollar bills, slangily"ABES - "Ribicoff and Lincoln, familiarly"ABES - Fivers ABES - Five-spots ABES - Sawbuck halves ABES - " bills, slangily"ABES - Fortas and Lincoln ABES - Beame and Burrows ABES - Actor Vigoda and others ABES - Beame et al. ALAI - "___ Mountains, part of the Tien Shan range"ALAI - Kyrgyzstan's ___ Mountains ALAI - Kyrgyz range ALAN - """The Way We Were"" writer Bergman"ALAN - Josephine Tey investigator ___ Grant ALAN - "The ""A"" of Chester A. ALAI - Asia's Trans ___ mountains ALAI - Kyrgyzstan range ALAI - Trans ___ (Kyrgyz/Tajik border range)ALAI - Asia's Trans ___ Range ALAI - "___ Mountains, near the Tian Shan range"ALAI - Betting game ending ALAI - Part of a court game name ALAI - See 27-Across ALAI - Asia's Trans ___ mountain range ALAI - Game ending? """ALAS - """Unfortunately..."""ALAS - """Wellaway! M."ALDO - Gucci of fashion ALDO - "Ray of ""Battle Cry"""ALDO - Italian architect Rossi ALDO - Ray in pictures ALDO - Fashion designer Gucci ALDO - International shoe company ALDO - "Lt. ABUT - Border ABUT - Touch on ABUT - Border on ABUT - Neighbor on ABUT - Neighbor ABUT - Border upon ABUT - Touch ABUT - Touch upon ABUT - Be adjacent to ABUT - Be next to ABUT - Be against ABUT - Lie next to ABUT - Push up against ABUT - Flank ABUT - Go up against ABUT - Be flush with ABUT - Rest on ABUT - End at ABUT - Have an edge against ABUT - Be contiguous to ABUT - Bump up against ABUT - Adjoin ABUT - Side with? """ALAS - Preceder of a bit of bad news ALAS - Comment on a loss ALAS - """C'est la vie"""ALAS - "Opposite of ""Happily ..."""ALAS - """___, 'tis true I have gone here and there"": Shak."ALAS - """Oh, cruel world ..."""ALAS - """Ah, well ..."""ALAS - Sighed word ALAS - Statement of resignation ALAS - Despondent comment ALAS - "Cry for ""poor Yorick"""ALAS - Cry for what might have been ALAS - "Word repeated in ""Elegy in a Country Churchyard"""ALAS - Griever's exclamation ALAS - Word after a loss ALAS - """I am miserable"""ALAS - "Start of Hamlet's ""Yorick"" speech"ALAS - Word for poor Yorick ALAS - Woeful word ALAS - Word of resignation ALAS - Word said with a tear ALAS - Word of regret ALAS - """Oh, were it not true! """ALAS - Dramatic wail ALAS - Relative of 55-Across ALAS - [Boo-hoo! Pierce player ALDA - Alan of Hollywood ALDA - "Only person to win Emmys for acting, writing and directing"ALDA - "Alan of ""Crimes and Misdemeanors"""ALDA - 1985 Oscars co-host with Fonda and Williams ALDA - """Crimes and Misdemeanors"" actor, 1989"ALDA - Alan who played TV's Hawkeye ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" star, 1990"ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" actor"ALDA - Hawkeye player ALDA - See 58-Across ALDA - Alan who was born Alphonso D'Abruzzo ALDA - "Alan who won an Emmy for his role on ""The West Wing"""ALDA - """Crimes & Misdemeanors"" actor"ALDA - TV's Hawkeye ALDA - """Everyone Says I Love You"" actor"ALDA - """Crimes and Misdemeanors"" actor"ALDA - """Sweet Liberty"" star"ALDA - """The Mephisto Waltz"" star"ALDA - Hawkeye Pierce portrayer ALDA - See 5-Down ALDA - Two-time Emmy winner as best actor in a comedy ALDO - Ray of Hollywood ALDO - Beefy actor Ray ALDO - Actor ___ Ray ALDO - Designer Gucci ALDO - Ray of film ALDO - Actor Ray ALDO - Tough guy portrayer Ray ALDO - "___ Moro, former Italian P. A., e.g."ABBR - "39-Down, e.g."ABBR - "Tues., for Tuesday"ABBR - "This answer, for instance"ABBR - "Shortened form, in shortened form"ABBY - """Dear"" advice-giver"ABBY - """Dear"" lady"ABBY - """Dear"" one"ABBY - """Eight Is Enough"" wife"ABBY - """Dear"" dispenser of advice"ABBY - """Dear ___"""ABBY - """Dear"" columnist"ABBY - "John Prine's ""Dear ___"""ABBY - Apt name for a nun? """ABET - Help ABET - """Not on ___"""ABET - Aid and ___ABET - "Play lookout for, for example"ABET - "Aid by being a lookout, e.g."ABET - Opposite of hinder ABET - Assist in wrongdoing ABET - Look out for? Arthur"ALAN - Playwright Ayckbourn ALAN - Ladd or Greenspan ALAN - "Actor Young of TV's ""Mister Ed"""ALAN - Commentator Keyes ALAN - Lyricist Lerner ALAN - "The first ""A"" of A. Milne"ALAN - Rock radio pioneer Freed ALAN - Actor Rickman ALAN - ___ Jay Lerner of Lerner & Loewe ALAN - An Arkin ALAN - Presidential middle name ALAN - Religious philosopher Watts ALAN - King or Shepard ALAN - English actor Bates ALAN - Poet Seeger ALAN - Broadway's ___ Jay Lerner ALAN - Late bridge columnist Truscott ALAN - Chester Arthur's middle name ALAN - "___ Turing, the Father of Computer Science"ALAN - English playwright Ayckbourn ALAN - "Alda of ""What Women Want"""ALAN - "One of TV's ""Two and a Half Men"""ALAN - Bean who was the fourth man to walk on the moon ALAN - Lawyer Dershowitz ALAN - "Actor Ford of ""Snatch"""ALAN - Astronaut Shepard or Bean ALAN - Lyricist Bergman ALAN - Shepard who walked on the moon ALAN - "Alda of ""M*A*S*H"""ALAN - Singer Jackson with more than 20 #1 country hits ALAN - Pundit Colmes ALAN - "Lightman who wrote ""Einstein's Dreams"""ALAN - Pioneering D. Freed ALAN - Country star Jackson ALAN - Comedian King ALAN - The Fed's Greenspan ALAN - "With 31-Down, ""Sweet Liberty"" star"ALAN - "With 8-Down, ""Shane"" star"ALAN - Arkin of Hollywood ALAN - Economist Greenspan ALAN - "___ Turing, a founding father of computer science"ALAN - Actor Rickman of the Harry Potter films ALAN - Political commentator Colmes ALAN - "One of the men on ""Two and a Half Men"""ALAN - "Cumming of ""Nicholas Nickleby"""ALAN - Ex-Sen. """ALAS - Wistful word ALAS - Sorry to say ALAS - Resigned remark ALAS - "Opposite of ""Hurray! ABET - Aid in a felony ABET - Help in a heist ABET - Aid's partner ABET - "Help, as a lawbreaker"ABET - Be an accessory to ABET - "Help, as a prankster"ABET - Aid in crime ABET - "Act as lookout, say"ABET - Help at a holdup ABET - Help in ways one shouldn't ABET - Help in crime ABET - Help in a holdup ABET - """Not on ___! "")"ABET - Assist in high jinks ABET - """Not on ___! Arthur"ALAN - Money man Greenspan ALAN - Rock 'n' roll pioneer Freed ALAN - Ladd or Alda ALAN - Conservative Keyes ALAN - Astronaut Shepard ALAN - Astronaut Bean ALAN - Mathematician Turing ALAN - Fed head Greenspan ALAN - Computer scientist Turing ALAN - Banking chief Greenspan ALAN - Author Paton ALAN - Greenspan of the Fed ALAN - "With 15-Down, ""This Gun for Hire"" star"ALAN - Money guru Greenspan ALAN - King of comedy ALAN - Fed chairman Greenspan ALAN - Shepard in space ALAN - Harvard's Dershowitz ALAN - Actor Bates ALAN - The ALAN - "The ""A"" in Chester A. ADAM - Creation on the sixth day ADAM - One who raised Cain ADAM - Garden party? AFAR - Many miles off AFAR - "Winston Churchill's ""___ Country"""AFAR - Way off AFAR - In the distance AFAR - Off yonder AFAR - "Out of range, maybe"AFAR - From a distance AFAR - Way out there AFAR - Out there AFAR - At a distance AFAR - Miles off AFAR - Many miles away AFAR - "Over the hill, maybe"AFAR - Really out there AFAR - Miles away AFAR - Somewhere over the rainbow AFAR - Yonder AFAR - From quite a distance AFAR - Way over there AFAR - Well out of range AFAR - Light years away AFAR - Way out AFAR - One way to travel AFAR - Cry ___AFAR - Off in the distance AFAR - A long way off AFAR - """It's ___ cry from..."""AFAR - ___ cry AFAR - Quite some distance off AFAR - At some distance AFAR - Some miles away AFAR - Yon AFAT - """... AFBS - "Andrews and Edwards, for two: Abbr."AFBS - Place for B-2s and B-52s: Abbr. AGED - Like fine wine AGED - Mellowed AGED - Getting on in years AGED - Got older AGED - Got on in years AGED - Got gray AGED - Like some ports AGED - Like some cheeses AGED - Long in the tooth AGED - Like wine AGED - Like mellower wines AGED - Seasoned AGED - Like ripe cheeses AGED - Elderly AGED - "Ready to get drunk, perhaps"AGED - In a bottle for a long time AGED - "Wrinkled, maybe"AGED - Like fine wines AGED - Got mellower AGED - Got on AGED - Like good wine AGED - "Creaky, maybe"AGED - Like centenarians AGED - Like relics AGED - Getting on in life AGED - Like sharp cheddar AGED - "Yellowing, maybe"AGED - Matured AGED - Ripened AGED - Sat in a cask AGED - Like fine cigars AGED - Old AGED - Like many ports AGED - "Kept in a cellar, perhaps"AGED - In the 40s? expos AGEE - """The Morning Watch"" writer, 1951"AGEE - Pulitzer-winning writer James AGEE - Posthumous Pulitzer winner AGEE - Author James AGEE - """The Morning Watch"" writer James"AGEE - """A Death in the Family"" author"AGEE - "Tommie ___, 1966 A. Rookie of the Year"AGEE - Critic James AGEE - Posthumous Pulitzer winner of 1958AGEE - """A Death in the Family"" author James"AGEE - Tommie of the Amazins AGEE - Tommie of the 1969 World Series Mets AGEE - Pulitzer-winning James AGEE - Onetime Mets slugger Tommie AGEE - Noted 1940's film critic AGEE - 1958 Pulitzer winner AGEE - Author who won a posthumous Pulitzer in 1958AGEE - Philip with a 1975 best seller on C. AGEE - James of letters AGEE - Contemporary author-illustrator Jon AGEE - Memorable New York Met Tommie AGEE - 1957 Pulitzer winner AGEE - 1958 Pulitzer author AGEE - Baseball's Tommie AGEE - Pulitzer writer James AGEE - """The African Queen"" scriptwriter"AGEE - """The Morning Watch"" novelist"AGEE - Onetime Time film critic James AGEE - Poet and novelist James AGEE - Tommie of the 60's-70's Mets AGEE - Humorist/illustrator Jon AGEE - Writer James from Tennessee AGEE - """The African Queen"" screenwriter James"AGEE - Onetime Met Tommie AGEE - Miracle Mets lead-off man AGEE - 1966 A. Rookie of the Year AGER - "Time, for wine"AGER - Golden finish? AHOY - Main call AHOY - Ship-to-ship call AHOY - Cry from a deck AHOY - Greeting to a matey AHOY - Sailor's hello AHOY - Bridge call AHOY - """Hey, sailor!

"""AJOB - Do ___ on AJOB - """Get ___"" (1958 hit)"AJOY - """A thing of beauty is ___ forever"""AJUG - """___ of Wine, a Loaf of Bread "AKEE - Tropical tree of the soapberry family AKEY - """The House Without ___"" (first Charlie Chan mystery)"AKEY - "Caps Lock neighbor, on a computer"AKIM - Old-time actor Tamiroff AKIM - """The Vulture"" star Tamiroff"AKIM - Actor Tamiroff AKIM - "Tamiroff of ""For Whom the Bell Tolls"""AKIN - "Like, with ""to"""AKIN - Related AKIN - "Resembling, with ""to"""AKIN - Comparable AKIN - Analogous AKIN - Cognate AKIN - Related (to)AKIN - Similar AKIN - Of the same sort AKIN - Similar (to)AKIN - Like AKIN - Parallel AKIN - Comparable (to)AKIN - Blood-related AKIN - Closely related (to)AKIN - Consanguineous AKIN - Like siblings AKIN - Having similar genetics AKIN - Closely related AKIN - Having similar properties AKIN - Analogous (to)AKIN - Sharing common alleles AKIO - Sony founder Morita AKIO - Sony co-founder Morita ALAD - """When I was ___ ..."""ALAD - """___-in His Lamp"" (Bugs Bunny classic)"ALAD - """___ of life, an imp of fame; / Of parents good ..."": ""Henry V"""ALAD - """When I Was ___"""ALAE - Wings ALAE - Winglike appendages ALAE - Avis features ALAE - Winglike parts ALAE - Wings: Lat. AMPS - Woodstock gear AMPS - Roadie's responsibility AMPS - Stereo parts AMPS - Fuse units AMPS - Rockers' equipment AMSO - """I know not why I ___ sad"": Shak."AMSO - Schoolyard retort AMSO - """I ___ sorry! """AMSO - Schoolyard comeback AMSO - Assertive comeback AMTO - """Here I ___ Worship"" (contemporary hymn)"AMTS - Quantities: Abbr. AIRE - Billion follower AIRE - Yorkshire river AIRE - Suffix added to large numbers AIRH - Seal's opening? competitor AMEX - Visa competitor AMEX - Stock page heading AMEX - N. AMIE - Proven AMIE - Familiar femme AMIE - Friend of Fifi AMIE - French female friend AMIE - Gallic gal pal AMIE - She's a sweetie in Tahiti AMIE - Flandre friend AMIE - Parisian lady friend AMIE - Friend en francais AMIE - Paris pal AMIE - "Friend, to Fran"AMIE - Alain's girlfriend AMIN - Notorious Idi AMIN - Exiled tyrant AMIN - Ugandan tyrant Idi ___AMIN - Exiled African leader AMIN - Despot Idi ___AMIN - Whitaker played him in a 2006 film AMIN - Role for which Whitaker won Best Actor of 2006AMIN - See 48-Down AMIN - Exiled Ugandan Idi ___AMIN - 1979 exile to Saudi Arabia AMIN - Whitaker's Oscar-winning role AMIN - Bygone dictator AMIN - Leader exiled in 1979AMIN - Cruel Ugandan AMIN - Brute of the 1970s AMIN - African despot AMIN - Ugandan dictator AMIN - Ugandan tyrant AMIN - Obote's deposer AMIN - Afghan leader before the Soviet invasion AMIN - Obote's overthrower AMIR - Bahrain power? AMIR - "Old song ""Abdul Abulbul ___"""AMIR - Mideast pooh-bah AMIR - Eastern title AMIR - """Abdul Abulbul ___"" (1927 tune)"AMIR - Bahraini bigwig AMIR - Gulf V. AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" author"AMIS - """Jake's Thing"" novelist"AMMO - "Bullets, e.g."AMMO - It's found in a round AMMO - Magazine supplies AMMO - It's shot AMMO - Bullets AMMO - "Shots, for short"AMMO - Rounds AMMO - "Shells, etc."AMMO - BB's and bullets AMMO - "BB's, e.g."AMMO - It's loaded AMMO - Magazine contents AMMO - Ordnance component AMMO - "Shot, for short"AMMO - "Pellets, e.g."AMMO - Buckshot and such AMMO - BB's and shells AMMO - Gun dealer's stock AMMO - Magazine's contents AMMO - It fills barrels AMMO - Need for heat AMMO - Bandoleer contents AMMO - Bullets and BBs AMMO - It's found in chambers AMMO - Survivalist's stockpile AMMO - It's found in arms AMMO - Guns' partner AMMO - It flies through barrels AMMO - Contents of some barrels AMMO - "Shot, e.g."AMMO - Stuff to be loaded AMMO - It might be in a belt AMMO - Cartridge filler AMMO - Shells and bullets AMMO - Bullets and such AMMO - Shooter filler AMMO - "Shells, e.g."AMMO - "Rounds, say"AMMO - Shells and such AMMO - BB's and such AMMO - "Shells, for short"AMMO - Missiles and such AMOF - """I ___ the opinion..."""AMOF - """I ___ the opinion "AMOI - "Mine, in Marseille"AMOI - "Mine, in Montr"AMOI - "Mine, in N"AMOI - "Mine, on the Marne"AMOI - Mine: Fr. AINT - Grammarian's bugaboo AINT - """___ Too Proud to Beg"" (1966 hit)"AINT - Nonstandard contraction AINT - """It ___ Necessarily So"""AINT - """___ We Got Fun? AIRE - Suffix with zillion AIRE - Suffix with billion AIRE - Suffix with Frigid-AIRE - It flows through Knottingley AIRE - Suffix for the wealthy AIRE - Suffix with trillion AIRE - River of Leeds? acronym AMEX - Trading letters AMEX - Green card issuer AMFM - Kind of radio AMFM - Radio switch AMFM - Broadcasting bands AMFM - Radio letters AMFM - Radio choice AMFM - Radio button AMFM - Band switch AMFM - Switch letters AMFM - Kind of tuner AMFM - Like car radios AMFM - Alternative to satellite AMFM - Satellite precursor AMFM - Like most car radios AMFM - Like some tuners AMFM - Having more than one band AMFM - ___ radio AMFM - Radio type AMFM - Clock-radio switch AMID - In the thick of AMID - During AMID - Surrounded by AMID - In the center of AMID - In AMID - Within AMID - In among AMID - At the hub of AMID - In a group of AMIE - "Female friend, in France"AMIE - Grenoble girlfriend AMIE - Female friend of Fran AMIE - Gallic girlfriend AMIE - French friend AMIE - "Simone de Beauvoir, to Sartre"AMIE - French girlfriend AMIE - "Honey, in Le Havre"AMIE - Friend of Fran AMIE - Sedan sweetie AMIE - "French pen pal, maybe"AMIE - "Troubadour's subject, perhaps"AMIE - French pal AMIE - GAMIE - Brest friend AMIE - Foreign pen pal AMIE - Friendly femme AMIE - 18-Across confidante AMIE - Gaston's girl AMIE - French companion AMIE - Jacques's steady AMIE - "Jeanne to Jean, peut-"AMIE - Guy's girl AMIE - Valentine for Val AMIE - Friend of Nancy AMIE - French gal pal AMIE - Gaston's girlfriend AMIE - Billet-doux writer AMIE - "Pen pal in Paris, perhaps"AMIE - Ch AMIE - Friend who's fran AMIE - French lady friend AMIE - Le Havre honey AMIE - Parisian girlfriend AMIE - Billet-doux recipient AMIE - "Confidante, say"AMIE - Savoie sweetheart AMIE - Date in France? AMIS - Hugo's friends AMIS - "Porthos and Athos, e.g."AMIS - """Jake's Thing"" author"AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" novelist"AMIS - Writer Kingsley AMIS - Soci AMIS - "Athos, Porthos and Aramis"AMIS - Mercutio and Rom AMIS - """Yellow Dog"" author Martin"AMIS - Overseas friends AMIS - "People a Frenchman may address, after ""mes"""AMIS - "Les Trois Mousquetaires, e.g."AMIS - Some foreign pen pals AMIS - """London Fields"" author"AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" novelist, 1954"AMIS - """London Fields"" novelist, 1989"AMIS - "Author of ""Time's Arrow,"" 1991, a novel written in reverse chronological order"AMIS - French friends AMIS - They might give each French kisses AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" author Kingsley"AMIS - """House of Meetings"" novelist, 2006"AMIS - Ones close to le coeur AMIS - Author Kingsley AMIS - """The Pregnant Widow"" author Martin"AMIS - "Author in the 1950s ""angry young men"" movement"AMIS - Friends of Fran AMIS - Pals around in Paris? ABRA - Magician's opening ABRA - """East of Eden"" woman"ABRA - Magician's start ABRA - "Julie Harris's ""East of Eden"" role"ABRA - Start of a magic incantation ABRA - Start of a spell ABRA - Incantation beginning ABRA - """East of Eden"" role"ABRA - """East of Eden"" girl"ABRA - Part of a magic incantation ABRI - Dugout shelter ABRI - Hillside shelter ABRI - Shelter dug into a hillside ABRI - Archeological shelter ABUD - """Nothing beats ___"" (beer slogan)"ABUG - Put ___ in one's ear ABUG - """Snug as ___ ..."""ABUG - As snug as ___ ... "" (Shakespearean exclamation)"ALAS - """Regrettably ..."""ALAS - "Word said with a tear, maybe"ALAS - Frightens ALAS - """Lackaday! ALDA - Co-star of Farrell and Swit ALDA - "Joe Tynan's portrayer, 1979"ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" star"ALDA - """The Four Seasons"" star"ALDA - """M*A*S*H"" star"ALDA - """The Seduction of Joe Tynan"" star"ALDA - Swit's TV co-star ALDA - Actor Alan ALDA - """A New Life"" director"ALDA - "Pierce player on ""M*A*S*H"""ALDA - Actor whose last name has three letters of his first ALDA - "Robert of ""Guys and Dolls"""ALDA - 1940's-80's actor Robert ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" director"ALDA - Actor Robert or Alan ALDA - Emmy-winner Alan ALDA - Pierce's portrayer ALDA - 13-Down player ALDA - "Alan of ""The Seduction of Joe Tynan"""ALDA - "Alan of ""M*A*S*H"""ALDA - """The Aviator"" actor, 2004"ALDA - """Same Time, Next Year"" star"ALDA - "Longtime host of ""Scientific American Frontiers"""ALDA - "Oscar nominee for ""The Aviator,"" 2004"ALDA - Pierce player ALDA - "Alan of ""Betsy's Wedding"""ALDA - "Tony winner for ""Guys and Dolls,"" 1951"ALDA - "Plimpton portrayer in ""Paper Lion"""ALDA - "Tynan player in ""The Seduction of Joe Tynan"""ALDA - "Tony nominee for ""Glengarry Glen Ross"""ALDA - "Robert who won a Tony for ""Guys and Dolls"""ALDA - "Alan who directed and starred in ""Betsy's Wedding"""ALDA - "2006 Emmy winner for ""The West Wing"""ALDA - Pierce player on TVALDA - Capt. "" (proud parents' phrase)"ABOY - """___ Named Sue"""ABOY - "Johnny Cash's ""___ Named Sue"""ABOY - """When I was ___..."""ABRA - Start and end of a magician's cry ABRA - Start of a magician's cry ABRA - Incantation opener ABRA - Magical opening ABRA - Start of an incantation ABRA - Spelling start? "" (Shakespearean interjection)"ALAS - """Such a pity"""ALAS - """'Tis a pity"""ALAS - """A pity"""ALAS - As bad luck would have it ALAS - """___ the day! """ALAW - ___ unto itself ALAW - ___ unto himself ALAW - "What ""there oughta be"""ALAW - What there oughta be ALBA - Duke of ___ (Philip II's adviser)ALBA - "Goya's ""Duchess of ___"""ALBA - "Jessica of ""Dark Angel"""ALBA - Duchess of ___ (Goya model)ALBA - """Dark Angel"" star Jessica"ALBA - """Duchess of ___,"" Goya painting"ALBA - """Duchess of ___"" (Goya work)"ALBA - "___ Longa, birthplace of Romulus and Remus"ALBA - "Duchess of ___, Goya subject"ALBA - Whence Goya's duchess ALBA - """Sin City"" actress, 2005"ALBA - Actress Jessica ALBA - "Jessica of ""Fantastic Four"" films"ALBA - "Jessica of ""Fantastic Four"""ALBA - Terra ___ (pulverized gypsum)ALBA - """Valentine's Day"" co-star, 2010"ALBA - "Francisco Goya's ""Duchess of ___"""ALBA - "___ Longa, ancient city founded by the son of Aeneas"ALBA - "Jessica of ""Good Luck Chuck"""ALBA - Spanish general Duke of ___ALBA - "Goya's ""The Duchess of ___"""ALBA - Troubadour's dawn song ALBA - "Dawn, to a don"ALBA - Goya's duchess ALBS - Chancel wear ALBS - Clerical clothing ALBS - Fathers' robes ALBS - Mass apparel ALBS - Narrow-sleeved garments ALBS - Priests' garb ALBS - Garments covered by amices ALBS - Priestly robes ALBS - Priests' vestments ALBS - Priestly wear ALBS - Linen vestments ALBS - Priests' garments ALBS - Priestly garb ALBS - Clergyman's closetful ALBS - Celebrants' wear ALCS - Part of baseball's postseason: Abbr. AIRS - Put on ___ (act snooty)AIRY - Well-ventilated AIRY - Breezy AIRY - Open to the breeze AIRY - Light and open AIRY - Unsubstantial AIRY - Light AIRY - Full of breezes AIRY - Open-roofed AIRY - Bright and breezy AIRY - Light as a feather AIRY - Insubstantial AIRY - Delicate AIRY - Hardly stuffy AIRY - Not stuffy AIRY - Open AIRY - Open to breezes AIRY - Ethereal AIRY - Subject to breezes AIRY - Subject to a draft AIRY - Gossamer AITS - River isles AITS - Small islands AITS - Islets AITS - Isles AITS - River islands AITS - British isles AIWA - Audio equipment brand AIWA - Sony competitor AIWA - Panasonic competitor AIWA - Sony subsidiary AIWA - Sanyo competitor AIWA - Sony brand AJAB - Take ___ at (criticize)AJAM - "Stuck, after ""in"""AJAM - In ___ (having trouble)AJAM - In ___ (stuck)AJAR - Not quite shut AJAR - Like some doors AJAR - Open a crack AJAR - Open a bit AJAR - Slightly open AJAR - Admitting a draft AJAR - Not latched AJAR - Close to closed AJAR - Cracked open AJAR - Cracked a bit AJAR - Cracked AJAR - Discordant AJAR - Not quite closed AJAR - """When it's ___"" (old riddle answer)"AJAR - Between open and closed AJAR - Leaving a small opening AJAR - Just open AJAR - Open slightly AJAR - A bit cracked? betrayer arrested in 1994AMES - Where the Iowa Straw Poll is done AMES - Home of Iowa State University AMES - Presidential straw poll city AMES - Home of a Big 12 school AMES - City north of Des Moines AMES - Columnist and graphic novelist Jonathan AMES - Infamous Aldrich AMES - Midwest college town AMES - ___ Research Center (NASA lab in Silicon Valley)AMES - Brothers' name of 40's-50's music AMES - Home of the N. AMOR - Winged god AMOR - "Love, in 51-Down"AMOR - "Love, to Livy"AMOR - Latin love AMOR - Valentine's Day matchmaker AMOR - Roman Eros AMOR - """Orfeo ed Euridice"" god"AMOR - Don Juan's emotion AMOR - "Love, to Luis"AMOR - Iglesias tune AMOS - """My Michael"" author Oz"AMOS - ___ Jones of old radio comedy AMOS - It follows Joel AMOS - Book after Joel AMOS - Singer Tori AMOS - Half of an old radio duo AMOS - Andy's radio partner AMOS - Pop singer Tori AMOS - Biblical prophet AMOS - Andy's partner in old radio AMOS - Half of a 50's TV duo AMOS - "*""Famous"" ... prophet"AMOS - 19th-century journalist/politician ___ Kendall AMOS - Old Testament prophet AMOS - Author Oz AMOS - Old Testament book AMOS - Hebrew prophet AMOS - Biblical shepherd-turned-prophet AMOS - Biblical book AMOS - Old radio title character AMOS - "Burke of TV's ""Burke's Law"""AMOS - """Famous"" cookie maker"AMOS - Partner in an old radio comedy duo AMOS - Three-time Gold Glove winner ___ Otis AMOS - """Under the Pink"" singer Tori"AMOS - Book before Obadiah AMOS - Half a 1950s TV duo AMOS - """Famous"" cookie guy"AMOS - Biblical shepherd AMOS - Biblical follower of 28-Across AMOS - 8th-century B. preacher AMOS - Famous cookie guy AMOS - Fictional cabbie of old radio AMOS - One of the Minor Prophets AMOS - """Chicago"" husband ___ Hart"AMOS - Famous ___ cookies AMOS - Old Testament shepherd AMOS - """Famous"" cookie name"AMOS - Pastoral prophet AMOS - Biblical sheep-farmer AMOS - "Sheriff Tupper of ""Murder, She Wrote"""AMOS - Grid coach ___ Alonzo Stagg AMOS - 70's All-Star ___ Otis AMOS - Andy's pal AMOS - Israeli author ___ Oz AMOS - 1990's singer Tori AMOS - """Famous"" name"AMOS - "Andy's cohort, in old radio"AMOS - Famous ___AMOS - Andy's partner AMOS - Book of prophecies AMOS - "Burke of ""Burke's Law"""AMOY - Chinese port also called Xiamen AMOY - Taiwan Strait city AMOY - Treaty of Nanking port AMOY - Island in the Taiwan Strait AMPM - Like 12-hour clocks AMPM - Red indication on a clock radio AMPS - Concert equipment AMPS - Current units AMPS - Big concert equipment AMPS - Electrical units AMPS - Bandstand boxes AMPS - Band gear AMPS - Word on a fuse AMPS - Concert gear AMPS - Concert array AMPS - Roadie's load AMPS - "Boosters, for short"AMPS - Some stage equipment AMPS - Hearing aids? AIRS - Superciliousness AIRS - Celebrities may put them on AIRS - A show of vanity AIRS - Televises AIRS - Something to put on? A.'s Cyclones AMES - City on the Skunk AMES - Reformer Jessie AMES - Spy in 1994 headlines AMES - Early American orator Fisher ___AMES - Iowa State University site AMES - "Cathy of ""East of Eden"""AMES - Site of Iowa State AMES - ___ Brothers of 40's-50's music AMES - City half an hour north of Des Moines AMES - Home of the Cyclones AMES - University town west of Cedar Rapids AMES - City southeast of Fort Dodge AMES - Spy Aldrich ___AMEX - Trader's abbr. Worth's ___ Carter Museum AMON - Chief Theban deity AMON - "Ralph's ""Schindler's List"" role"AMOO - """Here ___, there..."""AMOR - "Love, Spanish-style"AMOR - Cupid AMOR - Archer of myth AMOR - Deity with a bow AMOR - Picasso's love AMOR - Boy with a bow AMOR - ___ patriae AMOR - 1944 Bing Crosby hit AMOR - Love AMOR - Livy's love AMOR - Son of Venus AMOR - Omnia vincit ___AMOR - Topic for Ovid AMOR - "Love, in Lima"AMOR - Love god AMOR - Subject for Ovid AMOR - Another name for Cupid AMOR - God of love AMOR - Cupid's counterpart AMOR - Love figure AMOR - Roman god of love AMOR - Marc Antony's love AMOR - Bow-wielding boy AMOR - Love personified AMOR - "Love, personified"AMOR - Love overseas AMOR - Antony's love AMOR - Bow-toting god AMOR - "Love, to a Latino"AMOR - Valentine's Day figure AMOR - Love of Spain AMOR - "De Falla's ""El ___ Brujo"""AMOR - The love of Juan's life? "" sounds"AAHS - Contented sighs (and a homophonic hint to this puzzle's theme)AAHS - Expressions of relief AAHS - Sounds of pleasure AAHS - Examination room sounds AAHS - Music to masseurs' ears AAHS - Sounds of delight AAHS - Sounds from the masseur's room AAND - Texas ___ MAANI - Emporio ___AARE - Bern's river AARE - River known in ancient times as Obringa AARE - Alpine river AARE - River to the Rhine AARE - Bern is on it AARE - It flows through the Lake of Thun AARE - Swiss river AARE - River of Bern AARE - Europe's Gorge of the ___AARE - Sight from Bern AARE - Swiss bank site AARE - Alpine stream AARE - Thun's river AARE - Rhine tributary AARE - It rises in the Bernese Alps AARE - River of Switzerland AARE - It has banks in Bern AARE - River through Interlaken AARE - Lake Thun's river AARE - Interlaken's river AARE - River with the Reichenbach Falls AARE - Rhein tributary AARE - Webster's first river AARE - It flows past Olten AARE - It has banks in Switzerland AARE - It established banks in Switzerland AARE - It has Swiss banks AARE - Rhine feeder AARE - Longest river entirely in Switzerland AARE - Drainer of most of Switzerland AARE - River known to the ancients as Obringa AARE - River through Bern AARE - Swiss stream AARE - River from the Bernese Alps AARP - 50-and-up grp. "" (helm command)"ALEE - Salt's direction ALEE - """Hard ___! ALEE - "Protected, at sea"ALEE - Direction at sea ALEE - Nautical heading ALEE - "Sheltered, nautically"ALEE - Helm position ALEE - Protected ALEE - "Toward shelter, nautically"ALEE - """Hard ___! Yankee ALER - "Devil Ray or Blue Jay, for short"ALER - "D-Ray, e.g."ALER - Yank or Ranger ALER - "Oriole or Blue Jay, for short"ALER - Yank or Tiger ALER - "Ray, e.g., in brief"ALER - "Tiger or Twin, briefly"ALER - "Any pro designated hitter, briefly"ALER - Jay or Ray ALER - Yank or Ray ALER - "Oriole, e.g., briefly"ALER - "Oriole or Tiger, informally"ALER - "Angel, e.g., for short"ALER - Yank or Blue Jay ALER - "Oakland A, e.g."ALER - "Di Mag, e.g., for his entire career"ALER - "Tiger, e.g., informally"ALER - "A, Jay or Ray"ALER - "34-Across, e.g., for short"ALER - "O, e.g."ALES - They're on tap in taprooms ALES - """Light"" and ""dark"" orders"ALES - Some drafts ALES - Saloon orders ALES - Pub stock ALES - Stout relatives ALES - Pub pints ALES - Bartenders tender them ALES - Bitter drinks ALES - Stein fillers ALES - Inn inventory ALES - Pub offerings ALES - Bass and others ALES - Schooner fillers ALES - Pub potables ALES - Some are pale ALES - Amber brews ALES - Pub round ALES - Stout drinks ALES - Molson and others ALES - They may fill yards ALES - Yard sales? ALEE - Sheltered ALEE - "Out of the wind, nautically"ALEE - """Hard ___! to your beauteous blessings ___ curse"": Shak."ADDA - """___ pinch of salt..."""ADDA - Start of a recipe direction ADDL - Extra: Abbr. ADDL - "Like shipping and handling, typically: Abbr."ADDL - Supplementary: Abbr. "" (doc's query)"AILS - Feels bad AILS - Is sick AILS - Feels punk AILS - Is unwell AILS - Feels fluish AILS - Troubles AILS - Is under the weather AILS - "Has a temperature, say"AILS - Is laid up AILS - Afflicts AILS - Suffers AILS - Needs medicine AILS - "Has a fever, say"AILS - Suffers bodily woes AILS - Bothers AILS - Good for what ___ you AILS - Is peaked AILS - Distresses AILS - Isn't O. AILS - Languishes AILS - Isn't well AILS - Is indisposed AILS - Is not well AILS - Feels lousy AILS - "Is bedridden, say"AILS - Isn't feeling good AILS - Has a bug AILS - Is near bankruptcy AILS - Is bedridden AILS - Isn't doing well AIME - """Je t'___"" (French words of endearment)"AIME - "It's love, in Lille"AIME - """Je vous ___"""AIME - """Je t'___"" (French words of affection)"AIME - """Darling, Je Vous ___ Beaucoup"""AIMS - Sights AIMS - Goals AIMS - "Eyes a bull's-eye, say"AIMS - Intentions AIMS - Sightings AIMS - Points AIMS - Ends AIMS - Targets AIMS - Objects AIMS - Dreams AIMS - Aligns the crosshairs AIMS - Tries to ensure a hit AIMS - Gets ready to shoot AIMS - Destinations AIMS - Employs a scope AIMS - Points (at)AIMS - Prepares for a shoot AINT - Isn AINT - "Pat Boone's ""___ That a Shame"""AINT - """___ No Sunshine"" (1971 hit)"AINT - Isn't informal? """AINT - "Gershwin's ""It ___ Necessarily So"""AINU - Hokkaido native AINU - Aborigine of Japan AINU - Japanese aborigine AINU - Aborigine of northern Japan AINU - Hokkaido people AIRE - Frigid finish AIRE - Suffix with concession AIRE - Frigid add-on AIRE - River to Leeds AIRE - Leeds's river AIRE - Frigid follower? AIRE - Large number suffix AIRE - Suffix with million AIRE - Ending with some very large numbers AIRE - Frigid finish? relative AMEX - Financial page heading AMEX - Wall St. AMEX - "Payment option, for short"AMEX - Visa rival AMEX - Wall St. ADAS - Nabokov heroine and others ADAS - """Bleak House"" girl and others"ADAS - Actress Rehan and others ADAY - Diurnally ADAY - 24 hours ___ADAY - One-___ADAY - What you may call it when you're wiped out ADAY - "The Beatles' ""___ in the Life"""ADAY - Forever's partner ADAY - """An apple ___..."""ADAY - Start of a Marx Brothers title ADDA - Frequent recipe words ADDA - """___ little spice to your life"""ADDA - Recipe step starter ADDA - Recipe direction starter ADDA - """... AIDE - "Senate page, e.g."AIDE - Capitol Hill helper AIDE - Second AIDE - Congressional hire AIDE - White House staffer AIDE - Personal staff member AIDE - Deputy AIDE - "Secretary, e.g."AIDE - ___-memoire AIDE - "Mc Curry, to Clinton"AIDE - One who takes messages AIDE - Home health worker AIDE - "Candy striper, e.g."AIDE - Man Friday AIDE - White House figure AIDE - Errand runner AIDE - West Wing worker AIDS - Helps out AIDS - Supports AIDS - Pitches in AIDS - Gives a hand AIDS - Lends a hand AIDS - ___ quilt (modern memorial)AIDS - Buttresses AIDS - Assists AIDS - Helps AIDS - Gives succor to AIDS - Boosts AIDS - Comes to the rescue AIDS - Is a good Samaritan AILS - """What ___ you? """AINT - """If it ___ broke ..."""AINT - "Is no more, informally"AINT - "Marvin Gaye's ""___ That Peculiar"""AINT - """___ No Mountain High Enough"" (1970 #1 hit)"AINT - """Is so! AINT - """___ Nobody"" (1983 Chaka Khan hit)"AINT - "With 48-Across, ""... """AINT - """___ No Sunshine"" (1971 Grammy-winning song)"AINT - """Politics ___ beanbag"" (Mr. AINT - """___ Got No"" (""Hair"" song)"AINT - """___ No Woman,"" 1973 hit for the Four Tops"AINT - """That ___ hay! "AINT - """___ That a Shame"" (#1 hit for 18-Across)"AINT - """It ___ pretty! heading AMEX - Certain stock index AMEX - Discover competitor AMEX - "Master Card alternative, informally"AMEX - "Visa alternative, informally"AMEX - Kind of card AMEX - "Green card, informally"AMEX - "Platinum Card offerer, for short"AMEX - "Alternative to Master Card and Visa, informally"AMEX - ___ card AMEX - "Visa alternative, for short"AMEX - "Charging giant, informally"AMEX - """Don't leave home without it"" card"AMEX - "Certain charge card, informally"AMEX - "62-Down rival, for short"AMEX - Financial page acronym AMEX - "Green card, in brief"AMEX - Big Board's brother: Abbr.

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  1. As his business grew, he began making his own tins later in 1868 also selling them to such firms as Woolson Spice Company. Francher, for a time and moved his company to Chicago in the 1869/71 time period.