Ubercross Abecedaria E

Across

1. Multi-movie plot

5. Woman who'll pour for you in Britain

12. "Go hunt a bird or find milk to drink!"

19. Cronyist shamelessness

26. Day of rest

33. Preserver's activity

40. Sites of some sales

47. HS class studying nations' cash and goods

54. Standing on one’s own two feet

61. "(huffhuff) Did it start already (gasp)?"

68. An eligible bachelor

75. Changing rooms

82. Historic Boston jetsam

85. Handled the music at a rave

89. Actress Lathan of Love & Basketball

91. With non-curvy forms, as rhombi and octagons

93. One pitching to a doc

95. Tea party host

97. Clashes common in Italian history

99. Badonkadonks

101. "I'ma kill you now!"

103. Tom Cruise's recurringest role

105. Certain hospitals

107. Wheels that won’t break you

109. Paperless newspapers

111. Longfin tunas

113. Moby Dick was his antagonist

114. Red to Ramona

115. Chant merrily, as the ancient yuletide carol

116. Solo kids

118. "Oh, that was smart" [points]

120. Quarter-mile-high structure

122. Apathy following trying and failing

124. "Pick up a bargain!"

126. Promotions that can air prior to any shooting of an actual film

128. The Warta's outlet

129. Maya Angelou poetry collection

131. 1981-88, politically

132. Old covenant-keeper

134. Norwayish kingdom of animation

135. Tony Martin/Louis Armstrong song implying dirty thoughts

137. Most nutritionally unfit

138. Product from tropical trees

140. Got back to one's office?

141. Mob informant or suing victim

143. Emotionally withdraw

144. Unavoidable

146. Kind of charm

147. Recommendation

148. Cooked on a spit

149. Michaels and Hobby Lobby

150. Most itty-bitty

151. Down during hard days?

152. Kind of constriction found in sunlight

153. Ravi Shankar and similar string musicians

154. Datum for college applications

155. “502 Bad Gateway", e.g.

156. Cautionary advice

157. Dragged through the mud, so to speak

158. New York City waterway

159. Is comparable with

161. Guggenheim, for one (abbr.)

162. Little Dicky’s “$ave ___ Money"

163. Long of Hollywood

164. "Ooky" TV cousin

165. Grade-school trio

166. Financial adviser Edelman

167. Gout target, often

168. Leave it, editorially

170. Austria-born atomic scientist Isidor I.

174. Birthplace of punk

178. Bad tads

182. Sarcastic reaction to finding that your cozy inn hasn't got any wi-fi

188. Subj. I usually had before science

192. Often-seen tablets

196. What a good story should grant you

202. Apple Store computer

206. Fruit popular in yogurt

210. Cracking in a long, narrow opening

216. V-shaped flexers

220. "Stupid ___ stupid does" (Forrest Gump)

224. Surfeited condition

230. Now-unlawful bug poison

234. Lost one's grip

238. "Smack"

241. Green Hornet's assistant

245. Batgirl, to Bruce and Dick

249. Bollywood legend Kapoor

252. Intro for a URL with a "lock" on it

256. Depressed

257. Neighbor of Pavo in the sky

258. Barnacle's spot

259. Casino option with a bank

260. Foofaraws

261. Stds. important to the health-conscious

262. "___ PM" (2001 Christina Milian hit)

263. Big Easy acronym

264. 50 Fun Things to Do on ___ Trip

265. Part of AFAIK

266. Pre-stereo format

267. Trading card figure

268. Small, small, small, small part of you

269. Line score in a football shutout

270. Magical introduction?

271. Brown wrapper stuff

272. Like lackluster writing

273. Title car in a 1964 song

274. Cop, in hip-hop

275. Mandlíková of tennis

276. Dark-gray-to-black animal drawn as bright green

278. Had ___ to pick

279. S. American republic (abbr.)

280. Like Willie Winkie

281. Our world

283. Virtual assistant

284. Not familiar with?

286. Roman historian Cassius

287. Assad's nation

288. Trial basis for a football suit?

290. Dhal and Anthony in showbiz

291. What many people (think they) want to be

294. Port initials

295. Broken ___ (divided)

296. Station wagon feature

298. Hardly portly

299. TV time?

300. Fancy affair as a warm-up for a fancy affair, in high school

302. Chips accompaniers (or dance maneuvers?)

303. Super Bowl XXI champs

305. Amphetamines, in old slang

307. Job for an ob/gyn

308. Rejecting with a throw

310. Scornfully blast

312. Thematic signature

313. Task for a kebab maker

314. Endnote abbr.

315. Musician Marilyn

316. Company with a duck in its ads

317. Reverse-

319. Iran's official religion

320. End of an adjustable strap

322. 4.0 GPA

323. Lagos native

324. Blood, tissues, or DNA, e.g.

326. With quick wit

327. Smacked at, as the shortstop

328. Legislative surfeit

330. "___, Sam" (actual bit from Casablanca)

331. "Rumour Has It" vocalist

332. Festooning with Charmin, for short

333. No-spark kind of coating on plastics and wax polish

334. Organ or punctuation

335. British cracker brand

336. Ronco Veg-o-___

337. Karaoke bar equipment, for short

338. Bic ___ Stic (pen brand)

339. Attempted, as political office

340. "What ___ Is This?" carol

341. Harvard req. for some

342. Computational schooling option

343. Aeronautical worry

344. School day without risk of anybody copying off anybody

345. Lb., gm., oz., etc.

346. Jason's ship

347. Roly-___

348. It'll dull many pains

349. TV transmitter in space

350. Some radio stations

352. Cross to bear

354. Public Citizen, Inc. founder

355. Berlin products

356. John in London

357. Am broadcast by, if I'm a TV comic

358. Scary sequel of 2005

359. Skate kin

360. Cooper cars

361. LGBTQ helper

362. The Lion King lion

363. Old Rolling Stones record label

364. Pictures put into computers

365. Meter money

366. Luminary in New York classical staging and production

367. Cloud in a summer sky?

368. "How to ___ narcissist down" (worthwhile Google)

369. Krazy ___ (klassic komik strip)

370. Dillinger fighter

371. Dramatic song

372. Having ___: complaining

373. "___ Arigato, Mr. Roboto" (Styx song)

374. Shell competitor

375. Nickname for a newshound

376. Double preposition

377. Immigrants often take it (abbr.)

378. Lived up to

379. "You can't win if you don't think about how you'll win"

385. Variable that statistical plans don't always account for

387. Do silly things to

390. "If I can do it, so can anyone," e.g.

394. Dismissal as without worth

401. Timeline division

404. Boys' jackets

407. Veal dish wine

409. Woody's son and that son's first album

410. Run out, as a well

411. Braga of film

412. Pakistani bread

413. Personal artwork, for short

414. Common prop in close-up magic

415. Mooring spot

416. Things with charges

417. Factor to multiply 767.3 mph by

418. Atoll base

419. "No," without closing your mouth

420. Suffix of resemblance

421. It's taboo

422. Common rhyme scheme

423. ___ out (settled the matter)

424. Carthage neighbor

425. Collection of shops

426. Transmission conduits, of a sort

427. Berlin subway

431. Start of Ethiopia's capital

433. Battle scene of 1944

434. "Meh" feel

435. On the ___ (going to pot)

436. ___ point: with limitations

437. Back attack

438. Chickadees' kin

439. Fruity quaffs, informally

440. Covered with a sticky coating

441. Mimic Pac-Man

442. Further details

443. Marmalade containers

444. Kin of a pelican

445. Prepare to chat, maybe

446. Ump's yell

447. Taj Mahal location

448. Outdoor ovens, for short

449. Participate as a visitor

450. Many a Today show sign

451. What G in PFLAG stands for

452. Cousins of "Spots" in dog collars of old

453. Spanish pianist Jose

454. Children's doctor who was not a pediatrician

455. "Nowhere Man"'s first word

456. Hibernation locales

457. Zoo denizen who's noticeably horn-y?

458. Porches around an agora

459. Common or preferred

460. Tanqueray and Bombay Sapphire, for two

461. Pixar imaginary friend Bong

462. Jaguar or snow leopard

463. "Kiwi"'s origin

464. Plays hooky

466. Takes the wrong way?

467. Air Canada employee

468. Philip of Daughter of Shanghai

469. Pack to the gills

470. Corn remnants

471. ___.D.s (grads going into drug industry jobs)

472. Upscale Swedish exports

473. Pouchlike structures

474. Late-night TBS show

475. Vulture chow

476. Atlas imitators

477. Streamlined

478. ___ cost: gratis

479. Former Russian first lady

480. Ferdinand and others

481. Soccer, for one

482. Crooned a tune

483. Back up, as files

484. “Phooey!"

485. French mustard

486. Arthurian knight who sought Christ's Holy Grail (I know, doesn't narrow it down much)

487. Does a bank job

488. Shows to do laundry by?

489. Cords with clasps

490. Communist or Trumpian disinformation

492. Night King's assassin Stark

493. Canadian clam

494. Things that hold chips and dip at a football party

495. Kim Kardashian's mom

496. Rick's TV grandson

497. Bug who'll find junk food

498. "Count me out this time"

499. Diminutive suffix

500. Viny climbers

502. Middle Eastern dish

503. Publicity activity

504. Lectern setting

505. Things many of us didn't put on during lockdown

506. Christian's part in AMC's horror hit

507. Play too broadly

508. Hollywood insider Barrett

509. Some are prime

510. Sudden stream

511. Word with disk or radiation

512. City in Moravia

513. Sinking ship's evacuee

514. Katniss-like heroine fighting a caste system

515. Red coats?

516. Reserves

517. Org. certifying albums as gold or platinum

518. Jousting matches

519. Houston paper, informally

520. Far East drama form

521. Robb who was a Marlin and Giant

522. March honoree, familiarly

525. Part of a light bulb that's inside you right now

528. Fancified

529. Block away, as a thrust

530. Lancastrian or Liverpudlian

531. Fort or town's anti-invasion ditch

532. Things worth checking out when you visit

533. Was a host to

534. They report to sgts.

535. Takes repose in unconsciousness

536. Far from flashy

537. A button to push when things are bad

538. Snapshot, the way Variety spells it

539. War game, for short

540. Disintegrates

541. Cowgirl's rope

542. Slapstick falls

543. Barnyard bleats

544. Mini-lakes

545. 552, to Caesar

546. Rookery cacophony

547. Over and done

550. Prone to backtalk

551. Italian family inspiring TV drama

552. Big automotive parts company

553. Shark Tank investor Mark

554. Amount of work (usually a lot)

555. Microsoft rival in game systems

556. Delhi wrap

557. Was ready for the heat, for short

558. Like takeout orders

559. Pol Trent

560. Problem word for Porky

561. Harry Potter's son

562. Candy in a strawlike container

564. Advice from the club pro

565. Smee, etc.

566. Slow-moving critter

567. Lobbying groups

568. Oscar-night autos

569. Actor John of Pulp Fiction

572. The Confidential Clerk author's monogram

573. French "to get"

574. Knows is coming

575. Katey of sitcoms

576. Shared with, to get an opinion on

577. Part of history

578. Karenina of Rushlit

579. Roman emperor with a column

580. Bodybuilder's dirty secret, informally

581. 1/7 of calendar columns (abbr.)

582. Hornless sheep

583. Colgate quarters

584. Gel desserts

585. Unstained by sin

586. Boy king found in 1922

587. Be, for Halloween

588. Gambling at cards and holding nothing back

589. Zen paradoxes

590. Arias, typically

591. Turkish money units

592. Mother of Donald Trump Jr.

593. Naffs off

597. Earthworm eaters

599. Sad and pensive, in music

600. Deep voices

601. Coming-out words

602. Fixin' to

603. Symbols of voracity

604. Just conclusion?

605. Insect section

606. Start of a saga

607. Warrior god to Romans

608. Gives two thumbs down to

609. Pump, as a Jordan

610. Gastric symptom of angst

611. What follows "You go…!"

612. Most of pewter

613. Board-making aids

614. Troy, to Agamemnon

615. "___ isn't so!"

616. Herbaceous plants

617. "…without ___ to piss in"

618. ___ dab in the middle

619. A bit sour

620. Taking ___ at: glimpsing

621. Pasta suffix

622. Not fresh, as water

624. Bring to maturity about bathrooms

626. "Friends in Low Places" singer

628. "Don't worry about how contemptuous the journalists look. How many spotlights on you?"

633. Paragraph format that abuts margins

636. "No way around it"

641. Hardly, and yet…

642. Naskapi and Atikamekw, e.g.

643. Terra-___

646. EPA pollutant concentration meas.

648. Scale constellation

649. Caracalla constructions

650. Jack Paar's ___ You Not

651. Prepare laundry, maybe

652. Sitting quarters

653. Douses

654. Grogram material

655. Frog, to Linnaeus

656. South Pacific islands

657. The "I" of IM, sportswise

658. ___ in addition

659. Ghost, pharaoh, odorous, and acrobat, among others

660. Sound of a bird

661. Sharp as ___

662. Nautical hails

663. Visit an e-mall

664. Song by Christina Milian

665. Hot mos.

666. Band attractions

667. Ducked out of sight

668. Cougar, to car buffs

669. Announce officially

671. Bonheur and others

672. Little picture

673. "What I meant was…"

676. ___ Novo: Benin's capital

677. ___ out (go sleepy-bye)

678. Stage in a scale

679. ___ Gong (Chinese religion)

680. Study of the supernatural

682. "Be ___!" ("Help me!")

683. Cartoon witch's flaw

684. Taking ___ (catching off guard)

685. Heir to a throne

686. But, in France

687. Crowd through doorways

690. Small Japanese box

691. Pan's fairy pal, for short

692. Specialized articles?

693. Simmering, as a stew

696. Trade's word for a film showing

698. Ducklike creatures

699. Availability cascade or declinism

700. Hit-the-ground sound

701. Hope's Diamond has almost 46 of these

702. Love of fine arts

703. Brother

704. Musical phrase

705. Gold medalist's position

706. Communications giant from Finland

707. With this as sanction:

709. Sound from a hot dog?

710. Olympian skater Anton Ohno

711. From bottom ___ (upward)

712. As is apropos for sailors

714. [turn to following pg.]

716. Hoops great O'Neal

717. Fabric patch

720. Comedian Martin

721. MacArthur Fellowship, familiarly

723. Clubs for pros

724. Mast attachment

725. “Curses!"

727. Restraints, as on prices

728. San Jose locale

730. Sets as a goal

733. Objectors who won't carry arms

736. Fighting (for)

738. Fright motivating a portion of rigid Christianity

741. Accommodations in which you'll sit comfortably

743. Simple dairy nosh

746. Start of a Sleepy refrain?

747. Wishy-washy DC party

748. Kissed quickly

749. Ways to quantify position, mass, and duration still popular in astrophysics

751. Christmas trio

752. Small thing on which to play Moonlight Sonata

753. Blinds unit

754. Clash of heavyweights

755. $$$ spewers

756. Tugboat's salutation

757. Lamar formerly of the Lakers

758. "That show's coming ___ 8"

759. US-born Jordanian queen

760. Flat foot's lack

761. Fiduciary arrangement

762. Sometimes-allowed traffic moves

763. Bulb in a diner

764. Vishnu's flower

765. “Heads or tails?"

766. Bit of legerdemain

767. Bump on ___: hardly vivacious

768. Act division

770. Taking ___ on: slowly costing

771. Hoodwink out of cash

774. They make wax wane

775. 1-2-3s' go-withs

776. Youthful plants

777. "Additionally…"

778. "It ___ my opinion" (pompous "IMO")

779. Music on a carnival ride

780. Elects (to)

781. RFK Stadium team

782. "Ta-ta for now" inits.

783. Warning sounds from Fido

784. Boer city

785. Spots to play b-ball

786. Cartoonist Stephan often drawn being punished for his own puns

787. Placards

788. Hurt with words

789. Use for an avatar

790. Moves like a pendulum

791. Stops drilling

792. TechCrunch or TMZ

793. The Lockhorns cartoonist

794. "The wage of ___ death" (Romans)

795. Lateral opening?

796. Corporate hotshots, slangily

797. Enjoy a Jacuzzi

798. Main villain of Finding Nemo

799. Wrong prefix?

800. Symbol of inflexibility

801. Asimov had laws about it

803. Rtes. with plazas

804. Picture book character lost in a crowd

805. Hindu titles of respect

809. Starving artist or sort of faking it

813. Fries or slaw

817. Fourth alias for Sacha/Bruno/Borat

821. Going from ___ (making small inroads)

825. "I'm not any kind of 'what,' I'm ___"

829. Fixes rips

833. 9994 Hampton Rd., e.g.

837. Defendant at law (abbr.)

841. Apply a bit to

846. Longtime game-show host Alex

852. Keurig inserts

857. Antonym for absorb

862. Disunion

868. Sprinkled some more fish food

873. Rhyming in first, third, and fifth bars only

878. Shows tenacity

885. Logo or TV spot originators

886. City of Spain

887. Año parts

888. Blow-it-up sound

889. Didn't hang around

890. Asian mountain in a range

891. Credit union's offer

892. TV streaming platform of platforms

893. "Up, up, and ___"

894. Chandon partner

895. ___ The Beatles (1964 album)

896. “The World’s Most Notorious Rock Band," for short

897. Most populous Hawaiian island

898. ___ Anything (1994 Nick Nolte/Albert Brooks film)

899. Rip over again

900. Ruth's sister-in-law

901. Kay in Your Honor

902. Take an axe to

903. Deeply disquieting

904. Laid-back one

905. Photoshop lasso

906. Q: Wanna? A: ___?!?!

907. "Have you seen ___?"

908. Tapestry tool

909. Barbadian pop music icon

910. Feller

911. Comic-cons and SCA outings

913. Intersecting

915. "That's what rumor claims, anyway"

917. Grifts or starts phishing

919. Physically attack

921. "Hurry it up!"

922. Kind of microorganism found in chronically ill individuals

923. Got laid

924. "Cornes"

926. New York's Cayuga or Seneca

927. Part of la famille

930. Suffix for flirt or visit

932. Ring guys

933. Grey and Goldin whose shared first name makes them sound like grandmas

934. Body part you may trust

935. Everyone in our production

937. Tried to catch slippery fish

939. Aleph, for one

941. "Black" and "Last Kiss" musician Eddie

942. Half a G.I. wolf call

944. Mav from 1985-2001 or, backward, fuzzy to touch

945. Dog film

947. Popular Japanese plate

949. Largest frat in the US

951. Jack or Bowie

953. Anime archetype

954. Texan who almost beat Ted

955. Run rampant

956. Barnyard mother

957. Protective shield (var.)

958. Photograph

959. Prevents

960. The brighter side?

961. Choral part

962. Grad school for Nyong'o

963. Pass again at Daytona

964. Cyclist road-saving org.

965. Gaming tyro

966. Old White House inits.

967. Bob's Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! costar

970. Hero actress Davis

972. Antidiscrimination grp.

974. Headgear for pageants

976. "I'm making fun of youuuu!"

979. Garbage repositories

981. Painful memories

983. Bach's refusal

985. Be a retailer of

987. Turns quickly

991. Early producer of color TVs

992. Electrified atom

993. Valuable fur

994. Rap type

996. Gridiron scores

998. Visit made out of obligation

1000. Complete turns, briefly

1001. Job for a CSI

1003. Result of Labor Day, for many

1006. Pianist synchronic with Vladimir

1008. Folder filler

1010. Campus org. for aspiring ensigns

1011. Big name in sports gaming

1013. Swim team events

1015. "___ a customer": sale sign

1017. She’s sung in ten languages

1019. One stopped at a Koa campground, maybe

1021. Cynics

1024. Cultivators

1025. Figuring (out)

1027. Predatory cat

1028. 20th century artist inspired by mythology

1032. The M in ICBM or SAM

1036. Sedative lab compounds

1037. Hawaiian bird

1038. Top-grossing stop-motion cartoon of all time

1044. 1990s FBI head

1045. Danger in Iraq (abbr.)

1047. Dismissed with prejudice

1049. Kratos' "boy" in God of War, or king in old myth

1051. Sempai's pupil

1053. Jack of Glengarry Glen Ross

1055. Ominous chill

1057. Family Man and Spanglish star with a first acting gig in Smith's Bad Boys

1059. Thing About Pam and Judy star

1062. Capital near the Caspian (var.)

1063. Not in this direction

1064. #16 and #23 in a marathon, say

1066. Woman who'll pour you a drink

1067. Forwards to one's followers

1069. Ones unable to swim straight?

1070. Becoming a #hashtag without planning to, probably

1071. Noxious vapor

1072. Tough to catch

1073. Deal with

1074. Lengthy undertaking

1078. ___ Fear (survival video game)

1080. Troubles

1082. Martini & ___

1084. Skier's accessory

1086. Healthy dignity

1089. "Cal" or "Georgia" follower

1090. Matches, as a wager

1092. Cartoon dinosaur from 1914

1093. Screwy

1095. Directs a hoedown

1098. Profit's antithesis

1099. Actor who did V.O. for SNL

1100. Baobab or acacia

1101. Like Rome, it's said

1103. Jeweler's aid

1104. Model-actress Otis

1105. Like some dramatic periods

1106. A Brady Bunch girl

1107. Rubber cleaner

1109. Flourish for a font

1111. Coatless cat breed

1113. Inward-looking and without compassion

1116. Rented out again

1117. "Quiet, please!"

1119. Mutants' film of 2000

1121. Diabetic butter-lover Paula

1123. Win by ___ (horse race outcome)

1124. Actor Michael

1125. "Tragedy!"

1126. Backus and Thorpe

1127. Discovers accidentally

1128. Corrupt in libido

1130. "Irish" pets

1132. Minute particles

1134. USMA frosh

1136. Fragment (abbr.)

1137. Axes' letters

1139. Quartz gray (or animal)

1141. Atkins of Gosford Park

1143. Scottish scion

1144. Amass cash

1146. Dull snapshot finish

1148. Pulitzer composer Ned

1150. Look as if it is

1152. Relatively rawboned

1154. Novelist McMillan

1155. What bouncers ask for

1156. Slips on

1157. Twin of Pollux

1158. Art of printing (abbr.)

1161. Quaint boutique

1163. Goal for a dropout

1164. Archway

1165. Illicit drug initials

1166. How I Met Your Mother narrator

1167. Oceanologist Sylvia

1168. Sick as ___

1170. Usual position

1172. Gay hookup app

1174. Dog-___ books

1176. Alloy for which Damascus was famous

1178. Unspeaking magician

1180. It's groovy underfoot

1182. Freshen

1184. Some old Ford models

1186. Its stock symbol is CAR

1187. "___ King in Babylon…"

1188. "Famous" company giving out hot dog consumption awards

1190. Many a 1990s start-up

1191. New Look man

1192. Wake-up calls, of sorts

1194. Apiculturist

1196. Approximating

1203. Made noises of disdain

1204. Letters on some racks

1206. -inas alternative

1208. Urgent care dudes

1210. Rat residence

1212. Nation whose anthem is "Bole pravde"

1214. Single-___ organism

1216. Hatch planning in D.C.

1218. ___ favor of human warmth: if you can't do it with 100% accuracy, do it kindly

1220. Edinburgher, for example

1222. Part of a table?

1227. Small sack, or trig abbr.

1228. Localizes a soundtrack, e.g.

1229. Salt substance

1230. Vowel sound in "boat"

1231. Singular sort

1232. Spire part

1233. Destructive 2017 hurricane

1234. Investigators who sound like their ranks would include Thomas Lipton?

1235. Malia Obama's younger sister

1236. Ramsay with cookbooks

1237. Some Kosovo folks

1238. "Let me find out"

1241. Shotgun sport

1243. Find, as a frequency

1245. Often rattled blade

1247. Magical individuals making Rich 'n' Chips in ads

1250. Your nights call for four, lasting an hour and a half, for a total of six hours

1253. Plays financial politics in a way that sounds good until you ask what programs it'll cut

1255. Pull into standing

1258. Cookout rocks

1260. ___ rod (biblical staff)

1261. Loud consonant

1262. Old pol. unit

1263. Afterthoughts on letters

1264. Important Arabians

1266. "…___ take up arms against…" (Hamlet)

1268. "No cause for worry"

1269. Seaport that’s got back-story?

1270. "Thanks ___ I go" (Walt Whitman)

1271. Critical opening?

1272. Bad sound for a hot-air balloonist

1274. DeWalt rival

1276. Spit it out!

1278. Not live

1280. Add because of a lack

1281. Marijuana, in old slang

1283. Hide away

1284. Statement in an old Apple ad

1286. Foam-ball brand name

1287. Pull a chair up to

1288. Traditionally military Hindu

1290. Making exact

1291. Hit musical film of 1958

1292. Some appliances (abbr.)

1293. Famous cow's skull and bloom paintings

1295. Theol. school

1296. Second-sighted woman

1298. Catch thrills from

1302. It means "news" in Russian

1305. Shady character

1307. Tricks in a half-pipe

1309. "Stop that gang, you fools!"

1311. Diplomatic qualities

1313. Threesomes

1315. French-Swiss author Madame de

1317. Undoes, as a deletion

1319. 2005, 2011 World Puzzle Championship host

1321. Folk legend Guthrie

1322. Sculptor's clay-guard

1323. Virtually

1324. Hack shows?

1328. Angler for congers

1331. Almost 30% of all land

1332. Black-and-white predators

1334. Worker among players

1336. John Wesley follower (abbr.)

1338. "Old Fox" TV show, prior to its translation

1339. Bonus for fans who watch closely

1341. Airwaves, informally

1343. "That's enough!"

1345. Boost to your maximum

1347. Book place

1349. Deep, broad thing for washing clothes

1351. Some dairy case items

1353. Room in which you might find an Arabian prince or Arabian prints

1355. Sartorially challenged person

1357. “Above all" abbr.

1358. Took ill

1360. Make fit

1361. UCLA athlete

1362. Man-cave visitor

1363. Sixties conflict

1365. Hits back, say

1367. Stencil user, often

1372. NPR icon with spasmodic dysphonia

1374. Aids for the error-prone

1376. Trauma professional, casually

1378. Crop anew

1380. Quiz show feature

1382. Cherubino and Cupid, for opera actresses

1385. Keaton-Garr flick

1387. South African in command during a racial policy shift

1389. Marion Cunningham, for one

1391. 1960 hit, "Tell Laura I Love ___"

1392. Bow and others

1393. Spin unfairly

1394. Roll of fiber twisted slightly for spinning

1395. Inexpensive ASUS PCs

1396. State military volunteers

1398. Job applicant's offering

1400. Four-stranded DNA structure

1402. Without pausing

1407. So, so much

1409. Gilbert of Roseanne

1411. Winning or losing series

1413. Put that story into publication

1415. Zwei x drei

1416. Houston sports institution

1418. Less cracked?

1420. Divides, as lovers

1424. Star Wars and Pitfall! platform

1427. Serious rifts

1429. At ___ (without profit)

1430. Bait and switch, for two

1431. It parts Cairo from Giza

1432. Any of the Bahamas

1433. Moratorium

1434. Info on a highway billboard

1435. Giving ___: advising

1436. Florida town honoring light bulbs' author with its road sign

1437. "Fascinating"

1438. Sometime hat plume source

1439. Masters org.

1440. Tchaikovsky of composition

1442. End of school?

1444. Rural worker who makes movements organized

1446. Composer Franz ___ Haydn

1448. ___ profit (end up in the black)

1450. Young fish with a mom who spawns while fighting against flow

1452. Plant circulatory aid (root-to-stalk)

1454. Clown in Twelfth Night

1455. Alabama town or film

1456. Like many country barns

1457. Declines

1458. Thin soup

1459. Third Girl detective

1460. How things that satisfy you totally suit you

1461. Words with limit or trap

1462. Performers Joe and Ron

1463. Ex followers

1464. Voice mails (abbr.)

1465. Cong. period

1466. Actors Romero and Beatty

1467. Auditory effect

1468. Recipients-of-an-action suffix

1469. Nervous twitter

1471. Famed Dodger

1474. Tenochtitlan's civilization

1476. ___ problem with (predicts trouble)

1478. Code-talking tongue

1480. Like the Palisades

1482. "___ work, why not?"

1484. Place to promenade

1485. Swamp growths

1486. Salamanca snacks

1487. Orders from the court

1488. Reiner of classic TV

1489. Holstein's utterance

1491. Albanian money unit

1493. "Stop, ___, and roll"

1494. Is goldarn fallacious

1496. Gas bill unit

1498. Involuntary abdication

1501. Women's sportswear portmanteau

1503. The ___ War (Sun Tzu)

1505. Shipping or handling

1506. POTUS assistant from 2021 on, familiarly

1507. Got out saliva

1508. Sends packing

1509. "Old," in an old song about old days

1510. Clothing of 1350, say

1511. It keeps "shit" off the air

1514. Mtg. org. some call a lady

1518. 301, In Old Rome

1522. Prefix for graph

1526. Commander in Kabul (var.)

1530. Brian Piccolo player James

1534. ___ shot: try to swish through a hoop

1538. Forum talk was in it

1543. Feel "blech"

1546. What should go past 3 for aspiring high school grads

1551. Wax, in Oaxaca

1553. AT&T and Sprint, for two

1555. What an alarm may end

1557. Word on a bottle of vodka

1558. Put on a new worm

1560. Win it all

1562. Declined

1564. Play ___: rock out with your band

1565. Exclamation-point-in-triangle implication

1567. Municipal ldrs.

1568. Soon-to-be butterfly

1570. Regarding some church matters

1571. Cat on ___ Tin Roof

1572. Stock car competition, for short

1573. MIT's Chomsky

1574. Scandinavian capital

1575. "What's Going ___ Your World" (Strait hit)

1576. "___ far, far better thing that I do…" (Dickens)

1577. Namibia, formerly (abbr.)

1578. Birth hood seen as a good omen

1579. Mistress of kung fu

1582. CSI swab spot

1584. Prevailing fashions

1586. ___ and a Lack: imaginary 1940s romcom (sounds good, though, don't it?)

1588. Of a ruler

1590. Hint of mint

1592. Cylindrical junk food brand

1593. Ganges river dolphins

1595. Captain of a film squad of galactic "Guardians"

1597. Repasts often stuck with toothpicks

1598. Tosses, as seeds

1599. Menzel who won a Tony for Wicked

1600. Bursting in forcibly

1602. Nasal complaint

1604. Idyllic spot

1606. Attacks like rain

1608. 1980 swimming gold medalist Kaciusyte

1609. "Como ___ usted?"

1610. Forbid in court

1612. In-depth show summaries

1615. Long-running sci-fi show, for short

1617. Colorful herbal brew

1619. Anglo-___

1621. Mouthlike openings

1625. Memphis deity

1626. Like satellites

1627. Home of the Baylor Bears

1628. Low-___ (like some diets)

1629. Curving inward

1630. Stop the nonparticipation of

1632. Hollywood commodity (var.)

1633. Austere, as a monk

1634. Features of mountain roads and exciting movies

1636. Witherspoon of Fear

1638. With additional points of comparison

1640. Kind of psychology

1641. Dining area that charges omission

1643. 1980s-1990s swimsuit star now worth half a billion dollars

1646. Sun (prefix)

1648. Soul singer Marie

1649. Amadeus' kingdom (init.)

1650. With no financial motivation

1651. Chan's "mmhmm" in film

1652. Go way, way up

1653. Tipping

1654. Planet and then not a planet, famously

1655. Bart and Kenneth

1656. Having grown up from boyhood

1657. Start of a 1969 film…or of a formal communication

1658. Narc suffix

1659. Hex or non suffix

1660. McEvoy of makeup

1661. Certain syllables of lament

1662. Tenth First Family

1664. Type again

1666. "Bald" flier in Alaska

1668. Nativity inn problem

1670. Pull at (but not yank at)

1671. "Stay with that part," in music

1673. Altered, in a way

1675. Eliot Ness and associates

1676. Disney princess who is Black and sometimes green

1677. "NOOOOO!"

1680. Getting things settled by prioritizing which things go most out of whack

1683. Burton-Taylor film about marital dysfunction

1689. Ancient instruments

1691. Poultry factory worker

1693. Simpsons' "I got it! I'm quick!"

1695. Mall cop's transport

1697. Hodge's other half

1699. Shortened, as sails

1701. Barroom brawl

1702. Randy's ice partner

1703. Singapore sling alcohol

1704. Street ___

1706. Kimono sashes

1707. Produce, as a show

1708. Sartre's Les Jeux Sont ___

1709. Unexpected gifts

1710. It pays in kwanzas

1711. Color whose name comes from Urdu

1712. Campus cadet's org.

1713. Scot with a lot

1714. Homer's "dread monster"

1715. Dugout or cavity in a hill

1718. ___ possidetis (as you possess, at law)

1720. Tattoo "canvas"

1722. Behemoths of the road

1724. Moves obliquely

1726. Like some ground

1728. Russian-Ukrainian river

1730. Whirled sloppily

1732. Goes back into

1734. Revlon rival, L'___

1737. Kind of cobra

1740. Cross characters

1741. Insignificant disruption

1742. Others, to Andalusians

1743. -

1744. Martina, the first Swiss tennis champion

1745. Choice at KFC

1746. Charge leptons

1747. Dik Browne's Hi and ___

1748. Uninspired

1749. Defeat in a footrace

1750. Sulking, old-school

1751. Out to pasture, perhaps (abbr.)

1753. Words before "about" in contracts

1755. 1990-92 French Open champion

1757. Dallas patriarch

1759. Nog spice

1761. Denim garments

1763. Physician on TV's Celebrity Rehab

1765. Left on a map

1766. "It's a ___" ("I've changed")

1767. Fuel container for a train

1769. Young guys, slangily

1770. Initial

1771. They can be ovarian or pilar

1772. “Magnificent" Carson role

1773. 1980s toy fad

1774. Airline to Rio

1775. Kitty litter = cat ___

1776. Brainless bunch

1777. Mix-ups

1778. Stops on stairs

1779. "Shhh…not ___!"

1781. Contraction lacking just a "v"

1783. Product packaging abbr.

1785. Hula or hoop follower

1787. Mom, pop, sis, and bro, say

1789. Hanoi fashion

1791. One of 11 pharaohs

1793. Tinkle

1794. Meeting of witches

1795. Henry VII and Henry VIII

1796. UK airline, once

1797. Moody Blues song

1798. Does a washday chore

1799. Udall or West

1800. Seconds on ships

1801. Ornithologist's study

1802. Send forth, as spells or glances

1803. Response to a pun

1804. Persian treat?

1805. Shade on the links?

1806. Did not disturb

1808. Cruised through

1810. Meadow denizens

1812. Drama critic Richard and dramatic talent Linda

1814. Result of missing vitamin B12

1816. Vocal nod to a Gordon Ramsay command

1818. Historical divisions

1820. Shoulder bulges, for short

1824. Busy spots for Christmas shopping

1825. "I am not ___ follow blindly…" (Darwin)

1826. Food bank donations

1827. Classic country musician Young

1828. Lights up?

1829. Michael ___ of Highway to Heaven

1830. All thumbs

1831. Nutrition Facts measures

1832. River-channeling structures

1833. Remains ready

1834. With a result of

1835. Good surname for a golfer?

1836. Roadside warning

1837. The ___ Solution (Holmes/Freud crossover involving more than one kind of concentration)

1840. ___ motion (start)

1842. Examine covetously

1844. Beyond all bounds

1846. "___ known…"

1847. TV episode's second life

1849. Chic and jaunty

1850. Word pair found in cookbooks

1851. It's all in the past

1853. John, Paul or George (but not Ringo)

1854. Syria's ruling party

1855. Straight shooting

1856. Australian red wine

1857. Silly people

1858. Bruise

1859. Ninth-inning turnaround, say

1860. Intense fads

1861. Hip-hop artist on "Big Momma Thang"

1863. Two-___ sloth

1864. Reason for a cram session

1865. "If ___ only knew!"

1866. Look agog

1867. Early Dutch painter Jan

1868. It starts and ends at 2 AM

1869. צ

1870. Bobby of '60s rock

1871. Longtime Guy Lombardo label

1874. Peshawar Airport carrier

1876. Bat stuffing, at times

1877. Millions play it; almost nobody wins it

1878. Scatters bits of fiber

1879. God or gastropod

1880. Spots to sit, paradoxically

1881. Relatives of nails

1882. “That’ll Be the Day" singer

1884. Early aviator Alberto Santos-____

1885. Crosses

1886. Polka's cousin

1890. Condition of vagrancy

1894. Lab animals, jocularly

1895. Heads, in Paris

1896. Puts up a bottom

1899. Santa ___ Valley

1900. FDR's dog and namesakes

1901. Beetle Bailey vehicle or Thimble Theatre comics character

1902. Water-ski rudder

1903. Billion-dollar startup

1905. Course rentals

1906. Inky typefaces

1907. High-end shoes/bags

1908. A big fat goose egg

1909. Darts about

1910. Swarms on

1911. Shipyard relics

1912. Hit the jackpot

1913. Prohibits

1914. Some intro?

1915. Calls forth

1916. Verb with a circumflex

1917. Category, as of music

1918. Small combos

1919. Catholic liturgical cloth

1920. "The 12 Days of Christmas," e.g.

1922. Free from variation

1923. Gives dinner to

1924. Pride letters

1926. Mil. stop

1927. Flash, to his friends

1928. A little bit, as in "I'm ___ aware"

1929. Fairy tale characters

1930. ___ de Justice, Paris

1931. Frog-pond sounds

1932. Litter cries

1933. With "Jr.," fast-food chain with laughing star

1934. "What a pity!"

1935. Lyric lyricist with lyre

1936. MRI alternative

1937. Basic teaching techniques

1938. Purplish salad bit

1939. Franco's farts

1940. Left page in a book

1941. Shield from view

1942. Message on a monitor

1943. Best Buy buy

1945. MTV show hosted by Carson Daly

1946. Body part with a wall

1948. Printer meas.

1949. Humanitarian McCain

1950. Romans-fleuves

1951. House of games of chance

1952. Father-and-daughter singers

1953. Subdivision maps

1954. Many PTA members

1955. Some Army NCOs

1956. Trunks of statues

1957. Fictional Charles

1958. 1980s White House hopeful

1959. Insincere

1960. Rockport buy

1961. TiVo before TiVo

1962. Shore time for a sailor

1963. One may be called in court

1964. Shasta daisy cousin

1965. Dished up

1966. Yu-Gi-Oh competitor

1970. By ___: solo

1971. Masked mammals

1973. Quinn of SNL or actor Hanks

1974. Apart from atypical occasions

1975. Iditarod coats

1976. Sounds like Shrek’s buddy

1977. Jamboree

1978. ___ an elephant: huge

1979. “What’s ___, good lookin’?"

1980. Zeus’s handheld

1981. Shivery utterance

1982. DXXVI x II

1983. Relative of HST

1984. Slight modicum

1985. Forest components

1986. Classic rocker Chuck

1987. Hires a new crew for

1988. Gas stations or Spanish curving supports

1989. Styling iron or 1997 action film

1990. Unbeatable

1991. Fills film roles for

1992. Hoppy pint, for short

1994. Do lead-in

1995. "I'm not four! I'm four AND ___!"

1996. "You are not!" rejoinder

1997. First major land battle for Americans in World War II

1998. Io and Callisto, e.g.

1999. Spot to get off the boat

2000. Cane product

2001. Soak up, as warmth

2002. Two together

2003. Vanquish, as a vampire

2004. Beaten-down horse

2005. Search party?

2007. Sty guys

2008. Gives a thrill to

2009. Tailors, at times

2010. Jazz drummer Hakim and others

2011. Prognosticator

2012. Problem Areas producer-star Wyatt

2013. Marxist revolutionary symbol

2014. Capuchin cousins

2015. What allows you not to run out of words

2019. Bad cardiac signs

2022. Run into one another

2024. Acing amazingly

2030. Prov. follower

2032. Question after a joke doesn't prompt laughter

2033. Timor-___

2034. Took in the sight of

2035. Work on that novel

2036. Did a circling bit of FX

2037. Cook who should know his coq au vin from his pain au chocolat

2039. "You ___ match for him!" [dramatic music sting]

2040. ___ attention: showed respect

2041. Rejecters

2042. Colossal figure at Gaza

2043. Squeaky rubber bone, say

2044. Sly's macho guy

2045. Ran a card for (var.)

2046. "Don't think you know it ___ that point, you start stagnating"

2047. Robin Hood's "maid"

2048. Blowout victory

2049. Pirates' accumulations

2050. Closes a car window

2051. French end

2052. Buzz up, say

2053. Squirt the turkey

2054. Bolt, in a way

2055. Cardiovascular and muscular appraisals, e.g.

2057. John Goodman's post-Katrina HBO show

2058. Divina Commedia, e.g.

2059. Skywalker foe

2060. Acorn-producing California hardwood

2061. Madison Avenue honor

2062. Revealing

2063. Film buff's dot-com

2064. Just the worst

2067. Things placed during a political campaign

2069. "My will's been exhausted"

2071. Place with many fans

2074. ___ buco

2075. Rocky edge

2076. Manzanillo milk

2077. Laying down a contract

2079. Wave to, say

2080. Admits, informally

2081. Passes through pores

2082. Ready to use

2083. Org. with TKOs

2084. Like a "daggers" look

2085. Innocent types

2086. Dog food brand

2087. Mark Twain was co-playwright for it

2088. Meshed money

2089. Shape of vapor around a speedy plane

2090. Quarters for layers?

2091. Thing in Sicily

2092. Two-handed snack

2093. Nutrition org.

2094. Ancient Greek colony

2095. "Was that all?"

2096. Skating Katarina who won gold

2097. Anchors' areas

2099. More like a moray

2100. Winking Kathryn Hahn and Is This Loss, for two

2101. Maria Cristina or such in Spain

2102. Make an adjustment

2103. A golden rule, e.g.

2104. 90210 extra

2105. Dad to Adolf (right, that Adolf)

2108. So…dull…zzzzzzzz

2110. Private part or pet

2111. "Disrupting," "providing solutions" and such jargon

2112. Circe's pair?

2113. 1450, in Rome

2114. Noise from the grass

2115. Authors Tan and Harmon

2116. "My God, that hurts!"

2117. Tongue-clicking sounds

2118. Furtive "hey, you!"

2119. Duty-free

2120. "___ About Time" (1960s sitcom)

2121. Air transports found aloft in Montana and Hawaii in 2023

2123. "It's ___ you" ("Not my decision")

2124. Part of the present

2125. Metal holder

2126. All About Eve star Davis

2127. Ororo of the X-Men

2128. Heat pipes

2129. Knights' group

2133. Bird along the coast

2134. Hadean or Archean, e.g.

2135. Worldport airline

2136. Convention lineup

2137. Office computers, collectively, often, abbreviated

2138. Ninny's threesome?

2139. Word with cap or bone

2140. Up the creek

2141. Like flour, compared to bran

2142. Key goals

2144. What we know for sure

2145. Harris's Bear, Fox, and Rabbit

2146. Party to a 1993 ME peace accord

2147. Some spots on kids' skin

2149. Admonishes

2150. Fancy affairs

2151. Pedigreed pooch

2152. Last days of Victorianism (and Victoria)

2156. "Chop-chop"

2160. Queen-for-a-day's spot

2164. Himalayan goat

2168. Keene of Sex Education

2172. Smoking hot Italian?

2176. Hawk ___ of spit

2180. CIA mind-game initiative

2185. Car that burns no gas at all, for short

2188. Captain Ahab, for one

2192. Aronofsky film about Randy Robinson, who can't quit pugilism

2194. Consider likely

2195. Worryingly eccentric

2196. Disarranged

2197. Hourlong runs

2198. Fire-alarm noises

2199. Burns or Sexton, e.g.

2200. Take no responsibility for

2202. St. ___ (NY church, informally)

2203. The Prophet author Kahlil

2204. Connery-Andress film

2205. Where the Safid Rud flows

2206. Hot rock

2207. Bob Seger: "___ Got Tonight"

2208. Lake near London

2209. Fits of pique

2210. Old units of ability to conduct

2211. Lowdown

2212. Onions' cousins

2213. FB pic

2214. Powered a dinghy

2215. Triumphant sounds

2216. Gaming control from 2006

2217. Q as in LGBTQ

2218. "Ode on a Grecian Urn" poet

2219. Gets but good

2220. Small starts

2221. Ominous note from the boss

2222. One in a bundle?

2223. Brief time period

2224. R&R

2225. Rotten bunch

2226. Forested land

2227. Squeals cats love to hear?

2228. Side in football

2230. Chief honcho

2232. Abridges

2234. Impressionism and cubism

2236. Oldest of the Brady Bunch kids

2237. Small bird also known as a tomtit

2238. Length units

2239. Cancels

2240. Boglike

2241. Game officials, slangily

2242. Stockholm citizen

2243. Basis for a moneyless economy

2245. Oscar or Tony

2246. Features of many spam emails

2247. Chinese snack popular in Australia

2248. Harry Potter's godfather Black

2249. Ambrosial aroma

2251. Milch, Schmidt, or Ludwig

2253. Mark after a remark

2255. Wasted, as time

2257. Wind phenomena from the Pacific

2259. Places to snorkel

2261. Divinity who could spark thought

2262. Juicing discards

2263. Social laws' foundation

2265. Has followers for washed-up types?

2266. Safe busters

2267. Sources

2268. Mortgage swap-outs

2269. Like mud or slime

2270. Yogi’s sidekick

2271. c/o

2272. Co-creator of the Hulk

2273. No mere months, in Mexico

2274. Turkish high point found in mythology

2275. Prefix with chic

2276. Ship's tiller

2278. Mythological lyrist

2279. Annual awards for that old information highway

2282. Talents

2283. Op art and pop art

2284. Small groups spoiling to fight for a (usually bad) cause

2285. Try to punch, perhaps

2286. Fix with a footpad

2287. Black-tops

2288. Jupiter’s sister

2289. Cohort that's used to YouTube

2290. Physicist's deg.

2293. Board game that inspired Clue

2294. OMG or LOL

2295. Organizing or correcting untruths

2300. What drops down with clouds, in Proverbs

2303. Warbling avian that builds warm-looking accommodations for its eggs

2305. "Original or crispy?" chain

2306. "I'm thinking…"

2310. Least wordy

2311. Profligates

2312. Shindigs, ultimately?

2313. Start of a taunt in cards

2314. Snail's shelter

2315. Flour sack wt., maybe

2316. Cardiothoracic focus

2317. Showbiz biggie

2318. Witty remarks

2319. Push-up muscles

2320. Prefix with city or drome

2321. Making ___ stand: battling though all is lost

2322. Donald Duck's signature garb

2324. Chompin' at th' bit

2325. Camera angle (abbr.)

2326. ___ City (Las Vegas)

2328. Vital ratings months

2329. Crash site?

2330. Invite at the doorway, say

2331. Sign accompanying a musical note

2333. Degree in calculus?

2334. Worn down by friction

2335. Animal skins

2336. Retail chain name

2337. Mercury alternative

2338. Former Italian coins

2339. Didn't hold it in, babblingly or disgustingly

2340. Woodenware

2341. Frenchmen with enfants

2342. Amanda of The Ex

2343. Australia : bogan :: Canada : ___

2344. Culprits, in Calabria

2345. Top or bottom of "football" drawn by an orbit

2346. ABCs or 101

2347. What spits out dough

2348. Aliphatic endings

2350. "Born as" word

2352. What starts a meal's start?

2353. Concerning themself, in law

2354. "Gotta go"

2355. It rolls in

2356. How much is in a British soda

2358. Reflective qualities

2359. Painful paintball indicators

2360. "Speak up!"

2361. Bizet's brother

2362. What will fix misteaks?

2364. Stuff almost nobody knows

2366. Caribbean meat dish

2368. "Likewise," more formally

2371. Beavis’ pyromaniac exhortations

2374. Drinks like Garfield

2375. 4X4s, e.g.

2376. Common DVD bonus

2379. Dimwitted Beverly Hillbilly

2381. Slightly bloody, probably

2383. Bad luck, old-style

2384. Poseidon's place

2385. Rolls of film

2386. Less literal

2387. 5

2388. Pixie (var.)

2389. Like windows and geishas

2390. Pub orders

2391. Caving aids

2392. Not down with anything

2393. Checks again

2394. Indians or Sri Lankans

2396. Transubstantiation believers

2398. Snaky fish

2399. Kia or Miata

2400. Some singing groups

2402. Day prior to the day

2403. The Phils are in it

2404. Heaven, to Juan

2405. Holds court

2407. School bosses

2408. Gift category

2409. Smooth and shiny

2410. The greatest aphrodisiac, some say

2411. Not as quick on the uptake

2412. Worries on guitar?

2413. Costanza’s slightly less sociopathic pal

2414. Spicy quality

2415. Malt beverage brand

2416. Well-thought-out reason

2417. Holes a gimme

2418. Low-down nightclubs

2422. Ukrainian's coast

2427. Having ___: angry or cooling down

2429. Bit of a bug

2436. "___ the bag!"

2437. Subsistence verb

2438. Fits snugly

2439. Marne moms

2440. They bind to specific antigens

2442. Kind of acid

2443. For .5, it's 30°

2444. Plow through puddles

2445. Frontchipmunk for a cartoon band from 1958

2446. End of a typical top-10 listicle

2447. Rights advocate in Mexico City, say

2452. Sitting ducks for a con job

2453. Strategic maneuver

2454. Point when light fights night

2455. Tralee's land

2456. Darlings, slangily

2457. Cylindrical mini-vaults of radiation

2459. Word of parting

2460. Sprout put in yogurt

2461. Osaka affirmation

2462. Caesar's thing

2463. Arlington's Robert ___ Memorial

2464. Does hard-hat work

2465. Sounded like a kitty

2466. Prolong paid parking

2468. Muscular power

2469. Monstrous hunger

2470. Salsa brand

2471. Distribute (out)

2472. 1983 taxi film with Mr. T

2473. Discriminatory suffix

2474. Author who created Ponyboy

2475. Cubic stone?

2476. Monkey business

2478. Monthly banking report (abbr.)

2479. Jane the Virgin network

2481. Do some church burning

2482. Predatory parrots

2483. Young-adult mystery author Carolyn (actually an author squad)

2485. Road for the Boss's band

2487. Tooth, in Tuscany

2488. Meet participant

2489. Drugs from a notorious dystopia

2490. Applied, as flattery

2491. Setting for much pre-CGI acting

2493. Exclamation of impatience

2494. Dunham of Girls

2495. ___-pants: wiseguy

2496. Antibody generator

2499. Filling your lorry

2503. Long watch

2504. Disgusted-sounding boot

2505. Coastal plant sharing a family with mustard

2506. A's as in Abraham?

2508. Oils to a pharmacist

2509. Chocolaty candy on a stick

2511. Easily crumbled cookies

2512. What hash marks signify in football (abbr.)

2513. Oboes, clarinets, and such

2514. Kept control over

2515. Flo's garb in TV ads

2516. Go beyond the limits of

2517. Plant parenthood?

2518. Slipped a cog

2519. Privacy guards

2521. British coins of old

2522. Chamberlain's bathrobe size

2523. Collaborators with Lakotas and Dakotas

2524. Aquanaut's vehicle

2526. Crisis rms.

2527. Slightly phobic about

2529. Word before many words

2531. Former Iranian president Bani-___

2532. Start of millions of addresses

2533. Crashes into, in a way

2537. Passes through pores

2538. Connubial

2539. "Merci…mon ___" <3

2540. Put in a wrong spot

2541. Benefits

2542. McCarthy associate

2543. Angle (off)

2544. Hunks of time

2545. Consecrators

2546. Inventor and munitions maker Howe

2547. Japan-imitating fashionistas

2548. 2250, in old Rome

2549. Bath and Epsom

2553. Singer's scale

2556. Practiced, as a trade

2557. Mamba's point

2559. Quick-quick-slow or back-forth-spin

2564. Some CDs

2567. ___-majesty

2568. Eve 6's "___ to the Night"

2569. Number 2's

2570. Baby food brand

2571. Debbie Downers' partners?

2573. Practices prestidigitation

2574. Night Film author Marisha

2575. Amassing $200 in Monopoly

2576. Cabal's creation

2577. Batters into submission

2578. WWII-era female in uniform

2579. Bust ___ laughing

2580. Ties up to the wharf

2581. Duff or Swank of film

2582. Operation Smile target

2584. Start of Ben Jonson's epitaph

2586. Lifts while lying

2588. Knit pick?

2590. Pay periods, usually

2591. Show signs of falling

2592. Attack food or a task mirthfully

2593. Moon of Saturn that's a French girl's name

2594. Sharp, as a PNG

2595. Author of A Void and The Exeter Texts: Jewels, Secrets, Sex

2596. Autobus alternative

2597. Tolkien's trilogy, for short

2598. Yardstick (abbr.)

2599. Surface for the Canadiens

2602. ___-Ethiopian War

2605. Rowdydows

2607. A crowd in Paris?

2608. Watches

2609. "Missiles" at a wedding

2610. Patronizing conduct

2612. Mimicry you can't control

2614. Song that goes "So whyyyyyy don't you use it?"

2619. Finished strong

2621. Kind of fraud

2624. Overplay

2626. "I got my ___ you" ("I'm watching")

2628. Develop

2630. Status of youths with unworthy moms and dads

2633. Promo for an individual

2637. Choir part

2638. Part of RFK (abbr.)

2639. 1970s missile pact

2640. Starting over, in Latin

2641. Relief effort, for short

2642. African plant for soothing

2643. Second sound?

2644. Husbanded

2645. Nail salon offering, briefly

2646. Hesitant denial

2647. Tablemate of Allure

2648. Many bucks?

2649. L'épée, e.g.

2650. Bully or malign

2651. Ogle from afar

2652. Blazing again

2653. Bobby of 1960s radicalism

2654. An Arizona ___ is more than two cups

2655. Unsatisfactory

2656. "Pardon me," in Palermo

2657. "Way to botch that one"

2658. Prozac or Zoloft

2659. Waterfront union (abbr.)

2660. Popular razors

2661. Gather or start to hoard

2662. Bar deg.

2663. "Bird thou never ___…"

2664. Conjunctions in logic programs

2665. First name with The News

2666. Aquatic bird

2667. Cal.-to-Fla. highway

2668. Annual Jan. speech, in hashtags

2669. Long-running TV drama started in 2003

2670. Bookies' offerings

2671. What some train passengers do

2672. More seriously dry

2673. What a dowsing rod or a slingshot has

2674. "I've ___ lot" (veteran's saying)

2675. Lexapro and such

2676. Drop one's lawsuit, say

2677. Part of LGBTQ

2678. Plague, to Camus

2679. Early locomotive

2680. Overseas thanks

2683. Alaska is the only U.S. spot without any of its shops

2684. Just dreadful

2686. Portuguese title (abbr.)

2687. Roman encyclopedist

2689. Moonstruck

2690. Cars reintroduced to America in 2009

2691. Stadium regulars

2692. As straightforward ___

2697. Phillips who played Livia on I, Claudius

2701. Nevada neighbor

2705. Ctrl-Z, in most apps

2709. Big bunch, or fish, or graphics school

2713. Old-school start?

2717. Desert-ed?

2721. Read a bar code

2725. Country's Bogguss

2729. ___ home (unable to score)

2734. Pre-GPS reference sheet

2740. United Nations Plaza display

2745. Director of Tom in Sully

2750. "…to find ___ to yield"

2756. Worth ___: kind of not so bad

2761. Churchillian gesture

2766. Waste, to a wee one

2770. Faithful in turbans at Amritsar

2774. Part of a plant or tooth

2775. Pretend like

2779. Muslim faction

2780. Vocal music

2781. Icelandic coins

2782. Chapala composition

2783. Pinta and Santa Maria's go-with

2784. Saturday morning TV star in, say, 1982

2785. Oriental monk

2786. Arrowhead spur

2787. “KAZINO" K-pop star

2788. "For goodness' sake!"

2789. Big 2 hrs. and 45 mins. for high school jrs.

2790. City in Texas

2791. Dues payees

2792. Line with many stops

2793. Certain kind of activity

2794. Chemical prefix with "carbon"

2795. Amidala's world of origin

2796. Prefix meaning "twenty"

2797. Certain exam type

2798. Making ___ of faith: hoping and acting accordingly

2799. Disease of rye

2801. Old Polish lancer

2802. Dance in a winding line

2803. "___ Don't Preach" (Madonna tune)

2804. “According to polls, Hillary Clinton will win the presidency in a landslide," e.g.

2805. Mordant

2807. Walk toward or through in objection

2809. "In all in anyways," "Lads, lads, lads!", and "Story?"

2811. Unit that turns into another unit if its two words switch positions

2813. Harry Potter's Cloak of ___

2815. Robinson song also sung by Ronstadt and Kravitz

2817. Colorful fish

2819. So as to discourage

2821. PlayStation-based tourney

2822. Poem part

2823. Airport near Paris

2824. Mexican War White House family

2825. Gets badly tangled, as hair

2826. Guy pals, slangily

2827. French benches

2829. Norway kings (I, II, III, IV, and V)

2830. It's off Cuba's coast

2833. Criticizer

2834. Nicholas and Ivan

2836. 2012 song by Flo Rida

2837. ___ B’rith

2838. Woodworking fasteners

2839. Wood holder

2841. Facial features near the bottom

2842. Hasbro audio game

2844. Jackson Braun of cat tales

2845. Andy Taylor and Homer Simpson, for two

2847. Committed, as in "We're all ___ together"

2848. Betrays awe

2850. Worn to a frazzle

2851. Preserver of order in online comments

2852. Hands on the Santa Maria

2853. Sedans and coupes

2854. Camarades

2855. Pagliacci baritone

2856. Reactions to freshness?

2857. Deep fissures

2858. Muslim belief

2859. Displeased look

2860. See to the safety of

2861. Cleaning a mess?

2862. Know, to Rousseau

2863. Pope's headdress

2864. Pitching coup

2865. Cranky old fart

2866. Brown with a frying pan

2867. Certain protests

2868. Lab glassware

2869. London film center

2870. Actress Ruby's husband

2871. Evenings, in Nancy

2872. Ardor for Bush's successor

2874. Former Wrigley Field star

2875. Ad hoc coalition

2876. Waist-high planks you flip to go through for a drink

2878. Huzzahs

2879. Mani-pedi provider

2880. Individual souls, in Hinduism

2882. Isn't good to

2883. Old PC monitors

2884. Exclamation at Christmastime

2885. Out to lunch

2886. What "bald" birds lock in courtship

2887. ___ law (physics class topic)

2888. Habitually untruthful

2889. Material for a highway

2890. Some whisky bottles

2891. Grand Canyon view

2895. But, cut?

2896. It touches four Great Lakes (abbr.)

2897. "Let's help each other out"

2902. "Who profits?" (Cui bono?)

2908. Suffer a highway annoyance

2910. Option for a program that fails to satisfy

2912. Click that may lead to a pairing

2914. Puts out to dry, say

2917. First PM of India

2920. Without angst

2922. NJ's I-95, e.g.

2923. "Light off ___?"

2924. Hipbone-related

2925. Pour ___ a fire: turn bad into worse

2926. Dawn of Roman civilization?

2927. Tchaikovsky hated his compositions

2928. "Zut ___!"

2929. Erstwhile crackers

2930. Marchetti of football

2931. Big Caribbean exports

2932. Acting roles

2933. Speech sound

2934. Start of a nautical day

2935. Odin's mate

2936. Using a pan

2937. Move through text

2938. Of the calf of the leg

2939. Minnesota product

2940. Profoundly, archaically

2941. Key of Adele’s “Rumour Has It"

2942. Physics bits

2943. Asuncion aunts

2944. According to plan

2945. Little brats

2946. Latin word for "fire"

2947. Sci-fi luminary Brian

2948. Like some laundries

2949. Grumble

2950. “Close, but no ___!"

2951. Frosted Flakes mascot

2952. New Delhi dress

2953. Some El Prado hangings

2954. Corn product

2955. Buddy on the range

2956. Spread over, as sunblock

2957. Zeroing (in)

2958. Scientist Francis and artist Francis

2959. "What a piece of work ___" (Shakespeare)

2960. Goes for, in a store

2961. Legal intervention?

2962. Supermarket with a red oval logo

2963. Living Lohan star (Lindsay's mom)

2964. Obligatory item

2965. Sci-fi author Doctorow

2966. City on the Bight of Benin

2967. Operation Uphold Democracy site

2968. Emphatic assent

2969. "___ grumble" (stoic British expression)

2970. ___ Organum (1620 Francis Bacon work)

2971. Smoker’s aids

2972. Urban-air woe

2973. Louis XIV and Henry IV

2974. Yusuf ___ (Cat Stevens, now)

2975. Gorilla's fruit in cartoons

2976. Attractant

2977. Head of Hades

2978. Frida actor Alfred

2979. Helps learn

2980. Nosy Parker

2981. Fan gathering, for short

2982. Standings stat

2983. Learning insts.

2984. Brit. pounds

2985. Shania Twain song ironically about sticking to it

2986.