Ubercross Abecedaria P


P1. “Great. Just…great”

P6. Very large fish

P10. CIA or FBI, e.g.

P13. American football org., but not American-football org.

P16. Goodyear abbr.

P19. Spoiled, as food

P22. Dominate, as a noob

P25. Bath bathrooms

P28. Small, ratlike kangaroo

P35. Rotten and writhing

P42. Financial limit of a kind

P49. Imprint again

P56. Daughter of Minos who married Theseus

P63. Game that’s tapped?

P70. Penta plus two

P75. Error reaction

P79. “Oh, baby, baby, how ___ supposed to know?” (Britney Spears)

P83. Kitchen basins

P86. “Take ___ your leader!” (space aliens’ request)

P87. Picture with a lot of gunplay

P90. It transmits air brakes when traveling by rail

P93. Yellow Sea gulf

P95. Self-help book genre

P98. Heloise’s lover

P99. Glanced when one shouldn’t

P102. Big risks for Type As

P105. Perth’s province

P106. Rap moniker on 2013’s top-selling reggae album

P108. Strange Way of Life and Parallel Mothers filmmaker Pedro

P110. Oud, to European perfumers

P114. Trading medium in America’s early days

P117. Abandons, as a bad habit

P118. Honor most recently given to Rosalia for Motomami

P123. Unwilling to grow into an independent adult

P126. Onetime rival of Bord—of Waldenboo—uh, onetime book chain

P127. Material that extends the magnetic circuit

P128. Prong pocket

P129. When hundreds of seats go up for grabs

P131. [I’m getting absolutely milked here]

P132. ___ Chi

P133. Title akin to Mme.

P134. Expelled

P135. Sweat-free

P136. Having poor sound quality, slangily

P137. Fairy-tale villain

P138. Item marked pd.

P140. German turndown

P141. Give an alias

P142. Heracles, Orpheus, or Theseus in some sources

P143. “Dunno why not”

P144. Protruding belly button, slangily

P145. Hardest to make out

P147. Watchwords

P149. Watched while others played

P151. Revive the spirits of

P152. Barely beats

P153. Hotel extra

P154. Lighting and writing, e.g.

P156. Wile E. Coyote buy

P159. Sharp curves

P160. “Sir,” for example

P161. La Tosca sculptor

P162. Squishy

P163. Drenched

P164. Without distinctive irises, as birds

P166. Buddha’s discourses

P167. Fresh arrivals

P168. Hawthorne novel stigma

P169. African insects

P171. Sun deck or solarium

P172. Div. with Braves

P173. Tither, for example

P174. Tin compounds

P175. Great little thing

P177. Drop ___: imply

P179. ___Neill (“All politics is local” speaker)

P180. Unit of astronomical distance.

P182. Chat room abbr.

P183. Verbal uncertainties

P184. Ghostlike projections magicians may use

P187. Chopin’s fifth etude is in it

P188. Sound made by a clapper

P189. “___ close to schedule” (transit report words)

P190. Turnpike talkers

P191. Check pattern, e.g.

P192. Inquire again

P193. Rio de la ___, Argentina

P195. Game with multiple-sided dice, for short

P198. Yankee Stadium-to-Coors Field dir.*

P201. Popular operating system

P210. Clean after a boating trip

P217. Main vein

P223. It’s banned in baby bottles

P225. Construct, with “up”

P228. Often-scandalous, countryside family epic*

P235. Pulitzer-winning playwright Alfred with an “Atlanta trilogy”

P239. It’s only skin-deep

P245. Historical novels*

P249. “…but that’s just the asking price”

P253. Appearance that hints at character or mood

P254. “Life is rather like ___ of sardines--we’re all of us looking for the key” (Alan Bennett)

P255. Macbeth, Macduff, or Banquo

P256. Angel’s affliction

P258. Eagerly become a member

P259. Winery prefix

P260. Form an edge

P261. They’re embedded in temporal bones

P262. “Plus, y’know, her and her and that other one”

P263. Early game score, maybe

P264. Multistep process starter

P266. Came due

P267. No respectable fellow, he

P268. Where whales roam

P269. Drought-ridden

P270. Devout or divine

P274. Legal outs

P275. WWE champion through 2012

P278. Teeny-tiny time unit (abbr.)

P279. Donahue and Esposito

P280. “For ___ sake!”

P281. Catching rays for days, say

P285. Not all that young

P286. The Rock arguing dining advice with a physician?*

P294. “Need money, can’t work…what’re my options”?*

P296. “Brown, smelly yard waste…they have pets, don’t’ they? Oh, Lord”?*

P301. To such extent

P302. Composer of Ionisation Edgard

P303. Mouse-sighting squeals

P304. It’s in your blood

P305. Skateboard with skill

P306. “My turn”

P307. Like Tim Gunn or Cait Jenner, orientation-wise

P308. Ben Franklin effect or cryptomnesia

P309. ___ even keel

P310. Solo or dynasty

P311. Late January or early February festival*

P312. Meddlesome

P313. He’s a little too sarcastic to be liked, rudely

P314. Trifle, in France

P315. Harold Ramis role

P316. Weapon-steadying flange on a breastplate

P317. Word before “to go”

P319. “Father knows least”*

P320. “___ is an island…”

P322. “That…gets grosser the more I think about it”*

P323. Latin American cornmeal pancakes

P327. They’ll check what you checked

P329. Cato’s foot

P330. Body snatcher

P331. What-I’ll-do-next lists

P332. Self-help program part

P333. Additional, in ads

P334. Royal Navy letters

P337. Snickered at

P339. Year of the first Roosevelt inauguration

P340. Spots in la mer

P341. Bro kin*

P342. 13th director DuVernay*

P343. Statement to help you review spending

P346. Sticks in the water?

P347. Game in which kids hit each other

P349. Spot order?

P350. Lysol target

P351. Satchel of Cooperstown

P352. Repeating another’s message on one’s own channel, e.g.

P357. Had kittens?

P358. Social justice org.

P360. Campus girls, as no campus girl has called them for decades

P361. Began to face the day

P362. Comfy footwear, for short

P363. Famous New York City department store

P364. Hatch ___: scheme

P366. Applies sparingly, as perfume

P367. Cylinder-maker on a farm

P368. Tin Pan Alley gal

P369. Are unused

P371. “___ a Lady” (Tom Jones song)

P372. Bridge losses

P373. Size for a big foot?*

P374. MacLachlan of Twin Peaks

P375. Sarge’s boss

P376. Animated film whose star ad-libbed at least 15 hours of never-aired usable material

P378. “Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day” writer

P379. Martial artist in Lethal Weapon 4

P380. 1975 Oscar nominee Blakley

P381. Grateful Dead’s most experimental album*

P384. Repeated line that let you know the little alien dude was okay

P386. Right-of-the-register item

P387. Like a deluxe suite

P388. Take a quick vacay from husbandly duties

P389. Pitt role in a baseball film

P390. Hissing noise

P391. Cayenne-rich cuisine

P392. Chapati alternative*

P393. Young dog, for short*

P394. Nonexistent

P395. Handled handily

P396. They can be mirabiles or horribiles

P397. Commonplace

P399. Secondary proposition, in logic.

P400. Would-be host of a Loretta Sanchez fund-raiser

P401. Dawn of Greek civilization?

P402. Wild, disorganized fight

P403. Yugoslavian-born winner of nine Grand Slam tournaments*

P404. Some whiskeys

P405. Charisse of classic Hollywood

P406. Wheeling, Cincinnati and Louisville are in it

P410. It’s a man of endurance

P411. Fills to capacity

P412. Cops, in slang

P413. Drop off with a truck

P414. Cruiser

P415. “Pays the rent, at least”

P417. Card game with knocking

P418. Air bag, briefly*

P419. Koppel or Kennedy

P420. “P.U.” elicitor

P421. Person of letters?

P423. Immaterial essence

P424. Makes more appealing, with “up”*

P425. Match Gandhi’s political achievements*

P427. Herbal Essence’s owner, briefly

P428. Ruth Ginsburg’s maiden name

P429. Monica’s was 20 for most of Friends (abbr.)

P430. Intensifier

P432. Musical pair

P433. Those who sniggle

P436. Monsters-versus-mechs movie with a kickass music score

P438. Nylon legwear

P439. Hippocratic phrase usually read as “art lasts”

P441. Pakistani moolah

P442. Architect and bird

P445. Mideast chief (var.)

P446. Motormouth

P448. City council enactment (abbr.)

P449. Awkward sort

P450. Inexplicably unfindable

P451. Structural member

P452. Opt for another hitch

P453. Chide severely

P454. ___alai

P455. Heavy measure

P456. District

P457. Christianity, e.g. (abbr.)

P458. “___ I tell you?”

P459. French ___-China

P460. Break up

P463. Denim magnate Strauss

P464. Sportswear giant with NBA sponsors

P467. Hot Pockets kin

P468. River through Berne

P469. What human moles are

P470. Deal or No Deal channel

P471. Enemy of the Pueblo, once

P472. Reaction to the unexpected

P474. Personal slant (abbr.)

P475. Adept triagist

P477. Saw or ax

P478. Post-exam exultation

P480. Movable fashion lines

P481. He co-stars with Ana in 2024’s Ballerina

P482. Festive wear with straws pointing to its underside

P484. Bird’s “thumb” on the wing*

P485. Clay creature in Jewish folklore.

P486. With Geoffrey, designer brand less expensive than Calvin Klein

P487. What streptococcal bacteria cause

P489. Medieval stringed instruments.

P490. Excursionist

P493. “Static on the Radio” singer who played Opal in Steven Universe

P495. Made tracks indoors?

P496. Currency based on 15 grams of silver

P497. Type of jazz piano playing

P501. Garfield’s instructions as he teaches his buddy to hunt mice*

P504. “Democracy matters, my good man!”*

P507. Keep away from Bautista in the ring?*

P509. Confident reply to “That won’t work”*

P511. “You can keep your German cuisine; Italian food for me!”*

P516. Maximillian I’s claim to fame*

P521. When driving down the highway

P522. Do-mi-so, for one

P523. You’ll read it at the stock car races

P524. One of the highest authority

P525. Sondheim’s “___ the Clowns”

P526. Tough kid to handle

P527. King Fahd ___ Abdul Aziz

P528. ___ dauber (wasp)

P529. Scorer of 1,281 goals in 1,363 games

P530. Small ship relief that can ensure symmetry when used in design

P532. Elephant eaters of legend

P533. Terns and cormorants

P534. “Model-judge Klum, you say…”*

P536. 20/20 creator Arledge

P537. Hall of Fame football coach Greasy

P538. Was a dad

P539. Marx subj.

P540. Buddhist sacred spot

P541. Heavy-faced type styles

P542. Absolutely no money

P545. Film with Charlize Theron as Megyn Kelly

P547. Minecraft, e.g.

P548. Unable to tarry

P549. Sham locks

P550. Incite to action

P552. Shows base-running skill

P555. Bread for falafel

P556. Fish hawks (var.)

P557. Proceed well enough

P558. Rock Star: Supernova’s Rossi

P559. Curse of illness

P560. Spider-Man artist Buscema

P561. Former Chicago mayor Jane

P562. Lobster and sail

P563. Range rover?

P564. Teutonic rural dialect (abbr.)

P565. ___-told tales

P566. In readiness

P567. Apple Store sights

P568. Embodiment of evil

P571. What you’re trained for

P572. Some viewers thought its pixelated intro was a broadcast error

P574. Where hot dogs may be warmed up

P575. Kennedy has two

P576. Ender for deca or hexa

P577. Has the leading role of

P578. Dominican-born baseball player

P579. Think of something

P581. Forty square rods

P582. ___-law

P583. Comment from Wayne or Garth

P585. Miniature goat or chimp

P586. Makes a royal flush?

P587. Frere’s sister

P588. Tape type

P590. Prepares, as paint

P591. WTF With ___ Maron (popular podcast)

P592. Snake or snail, e.g.

P593. IRT has ruined a Hoffman/Beatty movie

P595. Indigenous American fruit

P597. Food sometimes served “al pastor”

P598. Nutritionist’s no.

P599. King “hewed in pieces” by Samuel in revenge for his cruelties

P601. Trilogy unit

P602. Whom empty seats signify

P604. Precision marchers

P606. Pooh’s mom friend

P607. Its customer service was ranked worst out of 24 insurance cos. by a 2019 JD Power survey

P608. “God created the integers; all the rest is the work of ___” (Kronecker

P609. Little letters?

P610. Mythic figure who killed her kids

P611. Facing left, nautically

P612. Dom Pedro’s ill-fated wife

P613. Dick Dastardly exclamations

P614. Actress Diamond or novelist Lagerlof

P615. Real estate in the Bay State?

P617. Places for bells

P619. Undo a purse

P621. Salon request for prom night

P625. What Brexit Brexited from

P627. Facial hair

P630. Seasoned

P631. Batsman’s clout.

P632. Flapjack franchise, briefly

P633. What the lilies don’t do

P634. States of hurt defiance

P635. Maker of Michael Jordan’s underwear

P636. Moderate amounts*

P638. “It’s ___ in the right direction”

P639. “Leave Before You Love Me” band’s shared last name

P640. Dignified manners

P641. NYC sports-radio station

P642. Spenser: For Hire star

P643. Cuisine with much cabbage

P644. Talk dirty

P645. It may be a cake or bar

P646. Closes down

P647. High points in Eurotourism

P649. Lift from beneath

P650. Reproaches oneself for

P651. Feels like heaven in mid-July

P652. “I ___ much I feel pregnant”

P653. Bone that looks like streamlining on a fish’s propulsion

P654. “Never atone, damsel, as sales made ___ even” (Martin Clear)

P656. Doc’s recommendation

P657. Diamond and Abner

P658. Paris’s “Rue de la ___”

P659. Mtge. provider, often

P660. Birth control option, for short

P661. Like BLTs, ham and cheese, and most sandwiches not specially prepared

P663. Further from a commitment?

P664. Canceled*

P665. Embarcadero

P666. Create a whole?

P667. Country or cookie

P668. Sport with mallets

P669. Army choppers, en masse

P671. Attorney chaser?

P672. Tiny legume

P673. To this point

P674. Creation god of Egypt

P675. Ship part spelled with two apostrophes

P676. First words ever spoken by a human, in one version of the story*

P678. The Hope Diamond, e.g.*

P680. Period highlighted by the Trojan War, although this god didn’t do too well in that conflict*

P682. Self-deifier’s chant?*

P686. First introductory badge you might see on your way in*

P689. What I answered about the 1960s Supreme Court that doesn’t apply today?*

P696. What to call your enemy*

P699. Kind of proof for short

P701. Last name that sounds hurtful

P702. Post a question

P703. “The hour ___ hand”

P704. Sailor man’s anchor site?

P705. Titled rapper

P706. “Look, there she goes, that girl is strange, no question / Dazed and distracted, can’t you tell?”

P708. Celtic voice of the divine

P710. Memory principle

P711. Embrown

P712. Land in water, in Italy

P713. The Last Jedi director Johnson

P714. One of 28 in Monopoly*

P715. Mamma Mia! inspiration*

P716. Frequent soccer score

P717. Dilbert’s co-worker who came out as gay to protest Indian law (just before Scott Adams started to…tack right)

P718. Soprano Mitchell and hotelier Helmsley, e.g.

P719. It’s only skin deep

P720. Rolling Stone co-founder Wenner

P721. Children’s dance in The Nutcracker

P722. M*A*S*H mess server

P723. Slo-__ fuse

P724. Fruit in tart jellies

P725. Stomach lining, materially

P726. Irish poet Heaney, who graduated from Queen’s University in Belfast

P730. “___ girl!” (“Way to go!”)*

P731. “‘Is Don Adams mad?’ (___) ‘Si!’“

P732. This clue’s answer may be over your head

P733. She wrote two versions of her erotic trilogy from different points of view

P735. “You” in Montreal

P736. They’re like wetter roller coasters

P738. Hair colorers

P739. Full of lather

P740. Overthrows, maybe

P741. Sharks make them fighting mad

P742. Jazzman Kenton

P743. Looks at.

P745. Complain over

P746. Try one’s hand

P748. Jason who makes a great Fast movie villain

P749. Essential issue

P750. Italian scientist after whom an electrical unit is named

P752. Tape player spec.

P753. Language written in the Persian alphabet

P754. Fourth down alternative

P755. Gossip-column word

P756. Award candidacy, for short

P757. Liven up the greens, say

P759. Uranus or Neptune

P761. Thickening mixture

P762. Inheritance carriers

P763. Data’s android daughter*

P764. “Jerry, my face is my livelihood, my allure…my twinkle! Everything I have I owe to this face,” e.g.*

P766. Navigation hazard

P767. Greenhorn (var.)

P768. Pave over

P769. DA’s assignment

P770. Caboose

P771. Pile-driver head

P772. Emphatic yes

P775. Texas town that shifted the gun debate

P777. Author Harper once Katarina of Katarina and the Waves

P779. Place to keep socks or administrators

P780. ___ Day, Jan. celebration

P781. Test figure between 120 and 180

P783. Classic text

P784. Gets off the point

P791. Propels a javelin

P796. Australia’s national gemstones

P801. Second and last word of John 11:35

P805. Toronto TV station*

P808. Accountants, at tax time

P809. Consistent payments

P811. Religious branch

P812. Homer’s son

P813. Discriminatory leader?*

P814. Compass pt.*

P815. Current issue (abbr.)

P817. Old lenses ___ frames

P818. Rail-car employee

P819. “Yi-i-ikes!”

P822. “It’s all over for me!”

P824. Paper OED units (abbr.)

P825. Vienna transport

P826. Like most tests scored 100

P828. California/Arizona border town

P829. Saturated

P830. Map’s scale, e.g.

P831. Sharp bark

P832. Words cried before “No hands!”

P836. “Ha! I stole it!”

P837. Sir’s analog*

P838. D’back, for one

P839. Era of mass production

P842. It’ll rock your world

P844. Nondiscrimination hiring letters*

P846. “Tell me more, dear”

P848. The Food Network’s ___ Can Cook

P849. It’s sometimes served

P850. Uncreatively similar

P851. Most okay with whatever

P852. Chem. or phys.

P853. Calypso derivative

P854. Benny & ___

P855. Czechs and Bulgarians

P856. “Power” rapper

P857. Down at the diner?

P858. Unobstructed touchability

P860. Don’t drink it in Tijuana

P861. Something thrilling to see

P865. It’s proportional to the cube of the outermost electrons’ radius

P868. Chocolate-covered caramel candies

P869. Convincing sale word

P870. Name-inheritors, sometimes

P871. Car brand since 1982 that’s widened into a sedan

P873. Noise maker in 1975

P875. Ramallah-based org.

P876. Dietary amts. once on vitamin bottles

P877. In a judicious manner

P878. Gloater’s exclamation*

P879. Little refreshers

P881. Breakfast sometimes garnished with caviar

P882. Genre that gets people fired up

P883. Delta, for one (abbr.)

P884. Drug manufacturers’ liaisons

P886. Give a break from the game

P888. Lower layer of Earth’s crust

P890. Inanimate

P893. Complement on a diamond?

P894. X-rays are measured in them

P895. One of the Ursas

P896. Elder’s assistant

P897. Return of the Jedi casualty

P898. Clear record holder

P899. Firebird’s feature

P900. Temptation said to be in one’s heart but really in other organs

P901. Indian weights

P903. Has no time to dawdle

P905. Meat tenderizer

P907. “There’s a little rain”

P910. Fastidious dresser

P912. Edible pomegranate parts

P913. Bottom lines

P915. Destination of a simple itinerary

P917. Cheers accountant

P919. Frequent Bart Simpson antic

P922. Compose together

P924. Changes to one’s life, e.g.

P926. eBay rival

P927. Backs off

P928. More substantial

P930. Pierre’s yesterday

P931. Meds for bleeding and not places where diggers might find Pepsis

P932. Where Chapter Two begins in many paperbacks

P933. Up to speed about

P934. “To ___ phrase…”

P935. McCartney hit about his relatives

P939. Elizabeth of Marvel movies

P941. Power source for early locomotives

P943. Give a thumpin’

P945. Inattentive, metaphorically

P947. Insect in transition

P949. When Odin killed him, it created the earth

P950. What one can be knocked or thrown for

P952. Take possession of

P953. Balancing devices, for short

P954. “Descendants of,” less literally translated

P955. “Lesser doxology” (hymn meaning “Praise the Father”)

P957. Blows off steam

P960. Frasier’s portrayer

P962. 9 AM service

P963. Woman in a habit*

P964. Decide what to call an Eternian superhero (and clearly don’t put a lot of thought into it)*

P966. Paranoid city dweller’s item

P967. Bottled water or tea

P968. Trench-digger or energy-drainer

P970. Nokia’s Finnish HQ

P972. “If I asked for ___ of coffee, someone would search for the double meaning” (Mae West)

P974. Learn in passing

P976. Prefix with meter

P978. Casino fuel

P980. Spanish “small plates”

P982. It’s often blocked

P983. Make very slow progress

P984. It’s mostly talc

P986. New Haven haven

P987. Blew hot air

P990. Variant kind of ponytail

P993. Variation on the sixth note

P994. Gov’t lawyer executing another’s wishes

P995. Radar-invisibility

P998. “Yeah, I’ll get in on that action!”

P1000. “Don’t stop now!”

P1001. Massless subatomic particle believed to bind quarks together

P1002. Ruthless

P1003. Gift of ___

P1004. Toothpicked

P1006. Kept for later

P1008. Black Power’s Brown now known as Jamil Al-Amin

P1010. Nonsensical writings

P1012. Increase, as prices

P1014. Lt.-to-be’s program

P1016. Greeting in Indiana Jones movies

P1017. Briefcase alternative

P1019. Jobs and Gates, once

P1020. Kauaʻi ʻōʻō

P1021. Use a rubber

P1022. “___ sow, so shall…”

P1023. Shoot forth

P1024. Street-corner shout

P1025. Berry Gordy’s hit factory

P1026. Household head, perhaps

P1027. “___ Only Just Begun”

P1028. “Now ___ seen it all”

P1029. Hero who designed his own wheelchair

P1031. Liquid-___

P1032. “That ___ not fair!”

P1033. Letters seen near a tilde

P1034. Verb associated with mileage

P1036. Shows generosity

P1038. Med. library books

P1040. Bumbling bobby

P1042. Deanna who counseled Data

P1044. Embarrassingly one-sided victory

P1046. Low-blow weapon

P1048. Some peaceful demonstrations

P1049. Nursery program, briefly

P1050. Sched. feature

P1051. Heady brews

P1052. Informal carriers

P1054. Blue day (abbr.)

P1055. At a central point

P1056. Arctic outerwear

P1057. Milk overseas

P1058. Storage unit

P1060. ___ Timberlane (Lewis novel)

P1061. Go ___ (decline)*

P1062. Welcome, in a phrase

P1063. Houston hrs.

P1064. Prairie homes with flaps

P1067. Peremptory orders

P1069. Tag word

P1071. Robbed at gunpoint

P1073. Soil deposit

P1075. “Interviewer” who last appeared at the 2016 Academy Awards

P1077. Drink from a bag?

P1078. Words from a glass elevator?

P1079. August 1 babies

P1080. Party offerings

P1081. Major search engine prone to government censorship

P1082. What a suspicious sleeper may open

P1083. Get ready so one can

P1085. Bile sources

P1086. AL West team, on scoreboards

P1087. Lady from Lisbon

P1088. Get excited over?

P1090. Actor Herbert in Pink Panther films

P1091. “Things are different than they were in peacetime”

P1095. “Spring ___ the air”

P1097. Done dozing

P1099. Spout on July 4

P1101. Paint thinner, for short

P1103. “It is better to ___ own duty, however defective it may be, than to follow the duty of another…” (Lao Tzu)

P1105. Exchange, as lunches

P1107. ___-Caps (cinema candy)

P1108. Almost all the Friends ones’ titles begin “The One…”

P1109. New faces on bases

P1111. The Edge’s bandmate

P1112. Local disaster response unit

P1113. “___ a fool not to!”

P1115. Charge for services

P1116. Hot beverage server

P1117. Bobsled run surface

P1118. “___ I Kissed You” (Everly Brothers hit)

P1119. Centennial silver dollars and state quarters, e.g.

P1121. Pod holder

P1122. Look ___ horse in the mouth: question good fortune

P1125. Mandela’s native tongue

P1126. Start illegally

P1127. Anti-procrastination mantra

P1135. Onsets of alien weather*

P1137. Sad fact that isolated Ben-Hur’s family until the movie’s end*

P1140. Newsletter and site that report misleading campaigns

P1144. Mystery writer Dine

P1148. Rescheduled

P1150. HS proficiency test

P1151. Microsoft browser

P1152. Massey of old films

P1153. “Did ___ anything?”

P1154. Neiman Marcus competitor

P1155. South or cat’s ___

P1156. Worrywart

P1157. Converse converse sides

P1158. “The Waste Land” writer

P1159. Ouchiness

P1160. Not at all rough with

P1161. Object that inspires many street names

P1162. “Let’s get crackin’!”

P1163. Museum material

P1166. Alec Baldwin role ___ Baby

P1167. Tablet available in Air and Pro models

P1169. Put in the “circular file”

P1170. Stefan and Damon are her Jacob and Edward

P1173. Fuji remnant

P1175. Prefix for terrorist or tourist

P1176. Supplemented with flow, as power

P1177. Backup for Dick Tracy

P1179. Name for a pooch

P1180. Like a truck climbing a steep hill

P1181. Ceremonial serving tray on wheels

P1182. Tree farm plantings

P1183. Do-___: moolah

P1184. Anna Karenina author

P1186. Closing device

P1188. They include a Best Play category

P1190. Brussels subway destination

P1192. Giraffe voiced by David Schwimmer in Madagascar

P1194. Arc intersection

P1196. Lower-class, in London

P1197. His worship spread to Libya and Nubia

P1198. Harness gait

P1199. "The films ___ first-rate cast" (four-___-plus review)

P1200. Mob follower?

P1201. Brought up

P1202. Bk.

P1203. Cutter cousin

P1204. Hite of sexuality

P1206. Handles online

P1208. Starch plant

P1209. Pulled ahead*

P1211. Natural history museum exhibit, informally

P1212. Singer Boyle

P1213. “At ___ rate…”

P1214. “___ bleeds...” (journalistic rule)

P1216. Spring beauty

P1218. Animal with a long snout

P1220. 2016 animated film ___ and the Two Strings

P1222. Vessel used in varnish making.

P1224. It may be related to you

P1226. What “-” means in a search query

P1227. Greek island near Paros

P1228. “Aaaa! It wasn’t a rock; it was a HIVE!”

P1229. Rack’s companion

P1230. Unenforceable

P1232. Enters quickly

P1233. Single-episode role

P1235. Debunking site of note

P1236. Steady Eddie of pitching fame

P1237. Like typhoid bacteria, often

P1239. Sign a new contract

P1240. Hushed up

P1242. Three-line poems

P1244. Cubes in a bowl

P1246. Fasten a tent again

P1248. Gladys Knight’s companions

P1250. Letterman list, e.g.

P1252. Exercise that gets the heart pumping

P1254. Disbeliever in Allah

P1255. Be in limbo

P1256. Hunter’s support

P1257. Socialist named after his own “bro”-like interjections

P1258. Sinking sailor’s salvation

P1259. Missouri city where Eminem was born, commonly

P1260. GPs’ gp.*

P1261. Wi-___ (connection aids)

P1262. Put a lit match onto wood, for instance

P1266. Floppy-___ puppies

P1267. Points that put a game out of balance

P1268. Feeling picked up from one’s surroundings

P1269. ___ omission: failure to record a transaction

P1273. Bluster

P1276. Year of the Chinese crossbow ban

P1278. Old plume source

P1280. ___ Gyra (jazz group)

P1282. Scorch on the grill

P1284. Caused a real mess

P1286. “___, we various passions find…” (Pope

P1287. “Was ___ inside job?”

P1288. Not well grounded

P1289. A week of dusks*

P1291. Knew somebody

P1292. Bygone Mideast bloc

P1293. ___ Swifty (bit of wordplay)

P1294. Really REALLY quiet, in notation*

P1298. West Indies natives

P1299. Senior Smurf

P1300. One might feed you a line at the hospital

P1301. Cribs at the foot of a parent’s bed, say

P1303. 2015 Literature Nobelist Alexievich

P1304. Reveals itself

P1306. Water-polo team

P1308. Palm trees

P1310. LPGA seasons, more or less

P1312. Stalagmite starter

P1314. Sudden revelations

P1316. Go for a swim on a whim

P1318. Antares or Proxima Centauri

P1319. Legal thing?

P1320. ___ over (act superior)

P1321. Naked ___ jaybird*

P1324. Edinburgh ankle-biter

P1326. Amino-acid ending

P1327. Name of Tennessee’s streetcar

P1328. Borrow ___ from: use for inspiration

P1329. Phrase said with a sigh

P1330. Things that often knock

P1331. Cries at revelations

P1332. Spots for stethoscopes

P1333. Checks in on

P1334. Mel C’s other name (for her tomboyish look)

P1336. Warm-up singing, in a way

P1338. “___ say it?”

P1340. Design notes

P1342. Cards’ tend to range between 10-25%

P1344. Sent thence

P1345. Voguish

P1346. Certain military hazards, for short

P1347. Laceration

P1348. Sundown, informally

P1350. It separates countries

P1351. Key of Mahler’s 1st

P1352. Some PC keys

P1353. With the pixels beaten off

P1354. NSC’s advisor

P1355. Outlet for une riviere

P1356. Dip ___ in the water

P1357. Turku people

P1358. Fable’s ending

P1359. Sideways

P1360. Tries to provoke

P1361. “I don’t make ___ rules!”

P1362. Long-running Today weather anchor who just became a granddad

P1364. Be a fashion icon

P1367. Switch catalogue

P1369. Laptop weight

P1371. Lukas of Midnight on the Switchgrass

P1372. Neural transmitter

P1373. Chip accompaniment

P1374. Bear, in Baleares*

P1375. Jeremy of Tag*

P1376. Threes, in cards lingo

P1377. Coy ending?

P1378. Name that means “born again”

P1379. Emergency vehicle

P1382. Beseeches, in a way

P1385. David who sang “Space Oddity”

P1386. Moms who rule?

P1388. Game craze of the late 1980s and ‘90s

P1389. Chinese philosophy

P1390. It looks like a three-dimensional pixelation

P1392. They measure speed and direction of heat loss or gain

P1395. It’s not a pretty picture

P1397. Exhale in a stream

P1398. Legislation under which private sector inquiries lead to declassification of govt. docs.

P1399. Gossip Girl’s Gevinson

P1401. Borrower’s opposite, in a Hamlet speech

P1402. Claims on property

P1403. Benz finish*

P1404. Saint Stephen was one

P1405. So overly “proper” that it’s improper

P1406. Half a paper bundle

P1407. Performance-based advancements

P1409. Scout’s pledge word

P1410. Raving sort

P1411. László and Rubik

P1413. Followers’ endings

P1414. Explains

P1415. Gazelles, elands, and impalas

P1416. Source of campaign financing

P1417. Immune system defenders

P1419. Certain rural godling

P1420. ___ pack (useful item, but give women pockets already)

P1421. Flood source?

P1423. Plumlike fruit

P1424. Clooney Oscar film

P1426. Available to the public

P1427. Hoist into the air

P1430. They’re collected to benefit the homeless in winter

P1431. Change

P1432. Comic and Google follower

P1433. Unrequired oath

P1436. Tubman and Nelson

P1437. Lack of pity

P1438. TV show about police: 197374

P1439. Sperm whale

P1442. Pioneering puppeteer Tony

P1443. Ethiopian slave-princess

P1444. Grapelike superfood

P1446. ___ Sea (arm of the Mediterranean)

P1447. Toasting words

P1448. “Oh, blooming hell!”

P1452. “Over here!”

P1456. Basically figures out

P1457. Petco Park ballplayer

P1458. Knighted Canadian physician William

P1459. Word with “fire” or “white”

P1460. Kiln operators

P1461. Bread for a ham sandwich, perhaps

P1462. Ubangi River tributary

P1463. Where some washers are kept

P1466. “Go cry, losers” in online chat (because the letters resemble crying eyes)*

P1467. Sausage served with kraut

P1468. Minstrel’s ballad

P1469. Majestic and commanding

P1470. Blue period painter

P1471. Mu ___ pork

P1472. Sophie Taeuber-___ (Dadaist married to the artist who usually gets this clue)

P1473. Player’s outfit, informally

P1474. “Now I understand!”

P1475. Wallace or Kedrova

P1476. Zeroed in

P1477. Inquisitor de Torquemada

P1478. Dominic ___, director of Gone in 60 Seconds

P1479. Words with “and the same”

P1480. With the slightest verbal command

P1482. Pizzeria of film

P1486. Flintstones frames

P1490. TV friend of Gabrielle

P1494. New Orleans hoopla word

P1499. Main releases on a record

P1505. What Gollum calls the Ring in The Lord of the Rings

P1506. Square dance partners

P1507. Poison, usually metaphorically

P1508. Roman alternative (abbr.)

P1510. Having bristles

P1511. “___ be of service?”

P1512. Benign bump

P1513. Italian beer brand

P1515. “Okay” from Tom Sawyer

P1516. Plant ___: have a good Arbor Day

P1518. Computer decoration that looks cool?

P1520. “Not if you paid me”*

P1521. Flat-package furniture stores

P1522. One that goes marching in, in song

P1523. Put two and two together

P1524. Bard’s time of day

P1525. Equally rotund

P1526. Accumulation

P1527. Tina’s 30 Rock foil

P1528. Word found in science fiction and real estate

P1529. Shipmate of Capt. Kirk and Mr. Spock

P1530. Duplicated mockingly

P1531. Sofer of soaps

P1532. How one might feel after being taken for a ride

P1533. Santo Domingo domiciles

P1534. Miss Saigon setting, briefly

P1535. Starlet with sex appeal

P1536. Veal ___ buco*

P1537. Agonize

P1538. “___ Miss Clawdy” (#1 R&B hit of 1952)

P1539. It comes after a “long time”

P1540. One who catches

P1541. “These lunch liaisons are really taking it out of me”*

P1543. Audiophile’s wish*

P1545. Napoleon’s epitaph*

P1549. Debauched, boozy evenings*