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Word "ONE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
(informal) very; used informally as an intensifier
Synonyms:
right
Examples:
that is one fine dog

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
having the indivisible character of a unit
Synonyms:
unitary
Examples:
spoke with one voice

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
used of a single unit or thing; not two or more
Synonyms:
1, ane, i

Crossword Clues for ONE

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Clue Source Date
"... ___ nation under God ..." Family Time 01 Aug 2021
Low digit Thomas Joseph 27 Jul 2021
Half a pair The Washington Post 27 Jul 2021
__ in a million (rare) Newsday 27 Jul 2021
Half a pair LA Times Daily 27 Jul 2021
Number of vowels in "strengths" Universal 26 Jul 2021
Count start Thomas Joseph 21 Jul 2021
Number of time zones used by China USA Today 21 Jul 2021
Number of time zones used by China USA Today 21 Jul 2021
Count start Thomas Joseph 21 Jul 2021
Undivided Eugene Sheffer 19 Jul 2021
Undivided Eugene Sheffer 19 Jul 2021
Gastric acid, on the pH scale New York Times 18 Jul 2021
Gastric acid, on the pH scale New York Times 18 Jul 2021
Phone button with no letters LA Times Daily 15 Jul 2021
Phone button with no letters The Washington Post 15 Jul 2021
Phone button with no letters The Washington Post 15 Jul 2021
Phone button with no letters LA Times Daily 15 Jul 2021
Binary code number Family Time 12 Jul 2021
Binary code number Family Time 12 Jul 2021
Smallest number on a bingo card Newsday 11 Jul 2021
Smallest number on a bingo card Newsday 11 Jul 2021
Hydrogen's atomic number USA Today 09 Jul 2021
Hydrogen's atomic number USA Today 09 Jul 2021
Number of countries bordering South Korea USA Today 07 Jul 2021
Number of countries bordering South Korea USA Today 07 Jul 2021
Number of countries bordering South Korea USA Today 07 Jul 2021
Number of countries bordering South Korea USA Today 07 Jul 2021
Word before 'More Night,' 'More Try' and 'More Chance' in Billboard hits New York Times 06 Jul 2021
Word before 'More Night,' 'More Try' and 'More Chance' in Billboard hits New York Times 06 Jul 2021
Neo-liberal is single Irish Times Crosaire 03 Jul 2021
Neo-liberal is single Irish Times Crosaire 03 Jul 2021
Only Fibonacci number that appears twice in the sequence LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2021
Only Fibonacci number that appears twice in the sequence The Washington Post 25 Jun 2021
Aaliyah album '___ in a Million' USA Today 24 Jun 2021
Easy thing to multiply by Family Time 21 Jun 2021
'A Chorus Line' number The Washington Post 18 Jun 2021
Unnamed person New York Times 16 Jun 2021
Yellow ball in pool Wall Street Journal 14 Jun 2021
What I may represent? Universal 06 Jun 2021
Bill for two rolls of pennies Family Time 06 Jun 2021
Binary digit New York Times 02 Jun 2021
United were victorious reportedly The Sun Two Speed 30 May 2021
Indivisible The Sun Two Speed 30 May 2021
19-Across, in England Wall Street Journal 26 May 2021
Number aptly found in 'loner' New York Times 26 May 2021
Dollar bill Newsday 25 May 2021
Indivisible The Washington Post 23 May 2021
Solo's number Family Time 23 May 2021
'You're ___ to talk!' USA Today 23 May 2021
Indivisible LA Times Daily 23 May 2021
Wallet bill Thomas Joseph 21 May 2021
Gender-neutral pronoun The Washington Post 19 May 2021
Gender-neutral pronoun LA Times Daily 19 May 2021
Low digit Thomas Joseph 18 May 2021
Eight divided by eight Universal 17 May 2021
Score for a leaner Newsday 15 May 2021
Individual Thomas Joseph 14 May 2021
Unit The Telegraph Quick 14 May 2021
Number on a foam finger New York Times 12 May 2021
'___ From the Vaults' (trans history podcast) USA Today 11 May 2021
Low digit Wall Street Journal 10 May 2021
Single bill Premier Sunday 09 May 2021
Number of World Series wins for the Astros The Washington Post 07 May 2021
Number of World Series wins for the Astros LA Times Daily 07 May 2021
'Take ___' New York Times 05 May 2021
'(No ___ Knows Me) Like the Piano' (Sampha song) USA Today 03 May 2021
Binary digit Thomas Joseph 01 May 2021
Low bill Thomas Joseph 30 Apr 2021
Early hour Thomas Joseph 29 Apr 2021
Capital __ The Washington Post 29 Apr 2021
Capital __ LA Times Daily 29 Apr 2021
Zero's counterpart in binary USA Today 26 Apr 2021
Last number in a countdown New York Times 26 Apr 2021
"There's more than ___ way ..." Family Time 25 Apr 2021
Taking estrogen, for short USA Today 24 Apr 2021
'Firstly . . .' USA Today 18 Apr 2021
Count start Thomas Joseph 16 Apr 2021
Word before 'liftoff!' USA Today 14 Apr 2021
A singleton Family Time 11 Apr 2021
Number within "loneliest" Universal 08 Apr 2021
Early afternoon hour Newsday 07 Apr 2021
'I'm Not the Only ___' (Sam Smith song) USA Today 05 Apr 2021
Number of Q tiles in Scrabble New York Times 05 Apr 2021
Number of partridges in a Christmas song Family Time 04 Apr 2021
'A' equivalent, in a list The Washington Post Sunday 04 Apr 2021
'Lost ___' (Jazmine Sullivan song) USA Today 03 Apr 2021
Easy multiplier Family Time 28 Mar 2021
Word on pennies Newsday 28 Mar 2021
Bill in a till The Washington Post Sunday 28 Mar 2021
Inseparable Eugene Sheffer 27 Mar 2021
What a raised index finger may stand for New York Times 26 Mar 2021
'___ Night in Miami' (Regina King's directorial debut) USA Today 23 Mar 2021
Late lunchtime Family Time 22 Mar 2021
With 1-Down, the smallest amount New York Times 17 Mar 2021
Ace's number on the golf course Family Time 14 Mar 2021
Count starter Thomas Joseph 13 Mar 2021
Amalgamated Newsday 12 Mar 2021
Early hour Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2021
Two halves USA Today 07 Mar 2021
Easy number to count by Family Time 07 Mar 2021
Undivided Eugene Sheffer 05 Mar 2021
Common bill Thomas Joseph 03 Mar 2021
Hour after midnight USA Today 03 Mar 2021
Identical in Old Norse and English The Sun Two Speed 28 Feb 2021
Number of seasons played by baseball's Seattle Pilots New York Times 24 Feb 2021
__ in a million (rare) Newsday 16 Feb 2021
United Canadiana 15 Feb 2021
Number of capital letters in this clue Universal 12 Feb 2021
Afternoon hour Thomas Joseph 11 Feb 2021
Ciara/Missy Elliott collab '___, Two Step' USA Today 11 Feb 2021
Word on either side of -to-, -by- or -on- Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2021
Half and half? New York Times 07 Feb 2021
Low die roll Thomas Joseph 05 Feb 2021
__ in a million (very rare) Newsday 03 Feb 2021
White bill in Monopoly Universal 28 Jan 2021
Not divided Premier Sunday 24 Jan 2021
Number of Astros' World Series titles Universal 23 Jan 2021
Half of snake eyes LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2021
Half of snake eyes The Washington Post 20 Jan 2021
Smallest possible party Universal 18 Jan 2021
___ Direction (Harry Styles' band) Family Time 17 Jan 2021
Three Musketeers' word Universal 13 Jan 2021
Count start Eugene Sheffer 11 Jan 2021
Final word shouted before 'Happy New Year!' USA Today 11 Jan 2021
Free throw's point total The Washington Post Sunday 10 Jan 2021
See 32-Down Premier Sunday 10 Jan 2021
Odd number that's not prime Universal 09 Jan 2021
Pretentious pronoun Wall Street Journal 30 Dec 2020
Square root of 2, rounded down Jonesin 29 Dec 2020
Ace's value, maybe The Washington Post Sunday 27 Dec 2020
Undivided Universal 25 Dec 2020
Mike tester's word Newsday 24 Dec 2020
Early afternoon Newsday 23 Dec 2020
Unified Newsday 19 Dec 2020
Easy number to multiply by Family Time 14 Dec 2020
Indivisible The Telegraph Quick 12 Dec 2020
Individual person The Telegraph Quick 11 Dec 2020
Single Eugene Sheffer 11 Dec 2020
Number that's its own square root The Washington Post 08 Dec 2020
Number that's its own square root LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2020
Number of monosyllabic Teletubbies USA Today 07 Dec 2020
Indivisible Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2020
2000 Beatles album ... or its peak position on Billboard New York Times 03 Dec 2020
Ace Canadiana 30 Nov 2020
"It's only happened ___ time" Family Time 29 Nov 2020
Number of monosyllabic state names USA Today 28 Nov 2020
Easy number to add Family Time 23 Nov 2020
'There!' The Washington Post Sunday 22 Nov 2020
Neo-liberal ace Irish Times Crosaire 21 Nov 2020
Day __ Newsday 14 Nov 2020
Smallest whole number Irish Times Simplex 10 Nov 2020
Number that's also a pronoun Universal 10 Nov 2020
Number said just before 'Liftoff!' New York Times 09 Nov 2020
A quarter of four Family Time 08 Nov 2020
Small bill Premier Sunday 08 Nov 2020
Air Force __ The Washington Post 08 Nov 2020
Air Force __ LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2020
Number of Eagles' Super Bowl wins The Washington Post 05 Nov 2020
Number of Eagles' Super Bowl wins LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2020
Ariana Grande's '___ Last Time' USA Today 02 Nov 2020
2020 - 2019 Universal 29 Oct 2020
Individual Universal 27 Oct 2020
Number before "Liftoff!" Universal 22 Oct 2020
__ of these days (eventually) Newsday 13 Oct 2020
Lowest number The Times Concise 09 Oct 2020
Tip jar bill LA Times Daily 08 Oct 2020
Tip jar bill The Washington Post 08 Oct 2020
"A Chorus Line" song Eugene Sheffer 08 Oct 2020
Lowest denomination paper currency Newsday 06 Oct 2020
Free throw value The Washington Post 05 Oct 2020
God bless us ___ and all Canadiana 05 Oct 2020
Free throw value LA Times Daily 05 Oct 2020
Turns up in Greenock Morton coming from United Irish Times Crosaire 03 Oct 2020
Not divided Universal 03 Oct 2020
United LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2020
United The Washington Post 02 Oct 2020
It’s the square root of itself Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2020
Word on a dime Newsday 27 Sep 2020
Number that’s its own square root Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2020
'__ of Us': Joan Osborne hit The Washington Post 17 Sep 2020
"__ of Us": Joan Osborne hit LA Times Daily 17 Sep 2020
Low digit Premier Sunday 13 Sep 2020
Low digit Eugene Sheffer 12 Sep 2020
It's next to nothing New York Times 10 Sep 2020
Washington's bill New York Times 09 Sep 2020
Dollar bill LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2020
Dollar bill The Washington Post 07 Sep 2020
Extreme IMDb rating Universal 05 Sep 2020
Small number Newsday 02 Sep 2020
I meant this in old Rome Family Time 24 Aug 2020
Hour after midnight Newsday 24 Aug 2020
Vowel value in Scrabble The Washington Post Sunday 23 Aug 2020
__ of a kind LA Times Daily 19 Aug 2020
__ of a kind The Washington Post 19 Aug 2020
Number of J tiles in a Scrabble set Wall Street Journal 10 Aug 2020
'First off . . .' USA Today 10 Aug 2020
Yellow ball in pool New York Times 04 Aug 2020
United on mettle at last The Sun Two Speed 02 Aug 2020
Under ___ roof Universal 02 Aug 2020
Top seed's number The Washington Post Sunday 02 Aug 2020
Ariana Grande's '___ Last Time' New York Times 28 Jul 2020
Whole New York Times 25 Jul 2020
A wee hour Newsday 23 Jul 2020
Lowest sudoku digit Newsday 21 Jul 2020
Aptly monosyllabic number Universal 18 Jul 2020
Unseparated The Washington Post 09 Jul 2020
Unseparated LA Times Daily 09 Jul 2020
Number of lanterns 'if by land' New York Times 07 Jul 2020
Bill featuring a pyramid Universal 07 Jul 2020
Undivided The Telegraph Quick 04 Jul 2020
Very low number Newsday 24 Jun 2020
Number of beers that fall off the wall in each round of the song The Washington Post 22 Jun 2020
Tip jar bill Wall Street Journal 22 Jun 2020
Number of beers that fall off the wall in each round of the song LA Times Daily 22 Jun 2020
Number of Scrabble X-tiles LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2020
Number of Scrabble X-tiles The Washington Post 21 Jun 2020
Sudoku digit The Washington Post 18 Jun 2020
Sudoku digit LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2020
Number of syllables in this answer Universal 17 Jun 2020
Point value of a free throw USA Today 17 Jun 2020
Low number Thomas Joseph 16 Jun 2020
An hour after noon Newsday 15 Jun 2020
1 X 1 X 1 X 1 Family Time 14 Jun 2020
Single The Telegraph Quick 11 Jun 2020
Indivisible Eugene Sheffer 11 Jun 2020
George Washington's bill Newsday 10 Jun 2020
'___ if by land . . .' USA Today 09 Jun 2020
A certain The Telegraph Quick 04 Jun 2020
Binary digit The Washington Post 02 Jun 2020
Binary digit LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2020
Last number in many countdowns Family Time 24 May 2020
Unspecified person Newsday 24 May 2020
Simple number Family Time 18 May 2020
Single The Washington Post 16 May 2020
Single LA Times Daily 16 May 2020
Phone button that lacks letters New York Times 06 May 2020
With 17-Across, quantity for a small omelet USA Today 29 Apr 2020
Soul mate, with 'the' The Washington Post 26 Apr 2020
Soul mate, with "the" LA Times Daily 26 Apr 2020
Any nonzero number raised to the power of zero New York Times 26 Apr 2020
What two halves make USA Today 22 Apr 2020
Number of states with three-word capitals Universal 21 Apr 2020
"___ nation, indivisible ..." Family Time 20 Apr 2020
"Rogue ___: A Star Wars Story" Universal 14 Apr 2020
Half and half? Universal 12 Apr 2020
Prime factor New York Times 09 Apr 2020
You may count down to it Family Time 06 Apr 2020
Lowest sudoku digit The Washington Post Sunday 05 Apr 2020
Individual Wall Street Journal 02 Apr 2020
Unified Universal 02 Apr 2020
Number of K tiles in Scrabble USA Today 01 Apr 2020
"My ___ and Only" Family Time 30 Mar 2020
Lowest roll on a die Universal 29 Mar 2020
3/4 1/4 USA Today 28 Mar 2020
'___ moment, please . . .' USA Today 25 Mar 2020
Vowel’s point value in Scrabble Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2020
"You're a fine __ to talk" LA Times Daily 22 Mar 2020
'You're a fine __ to talk' The Washington Post 22 Mar 2020
A Newsday 21 Mar 2020
Small bill Newsday 18 Mar 2020
Prime number factor USA Today 18 Mar 2020
Start of a count Thomas Joseph 17 Mar 2020
It's singular Family Time 16 Mar 2020
Dollar bill Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2020
Figure skimming top off ice cream The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Mar 2020
Number of Angels' World Series wins The Washington Post Sunday 08 Mar 2020
Nonspecific person Newsday 08 Mar 2020
Identical; number The Times Concise 07 Mar 2020
With 78-Down, 2,000 pounds Premier Sunday 01 Mar 2020
Un, translated USA Today 29 Feb 2020
Word before 'blastoff!' USA Today 28 Feb 2020
Bill in a tip jar Universal 27 Feb 2020
Telephone button that doesn't have letters New York Times 24 Feb 2020
"Takes ___ to know ..." Family Time 24 Feb 2020
___ by ___ The Washington Post Sunday 16 Feb 2020
Digit in binary code
Gender-neutral pronoun
'No ___ Else' (1994 Weezer song) The Washington Post Sunday 02 Feb 2020
Number in countdowns Family Time 20 Jan 2020
Low die roll Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2020
It bears Washington's image The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jan 2020
Number of U.S. states with three-word capitals LA Times Daily 30 Dec 2019
Number of U.S. states with three-word capitals The Washington Post 30 Dec 2019
United Premier Sunday 29 Dec 2019
'Blastoff!' preceder New York Times 20 Dec 2019
"Blastoff!" preceder
Formula __ auto racing The Washington Post 11 Dec 2019
Formula __ auto racing LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2019
Upsetting some children of individual Irish Times Crosaire 07 Dec 2019
I, on a clock Universal 06 Dec 2019
Number that's also a pronoun USA Today 06 Dec 2019
x/x LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2019
Smallest square USA Today 16 Nov 2019
x/x The Washington Post 16 Nov 2019
1/3 X 3 Family Time 11 Nov 2019
"Are You the ___?" (cult MTV show) The New Yorker 11 Nov 2019
Foam-finger number USA Today 09 Nov 2019
Scrabble vowel value LA Times Daily 07 Nov 2019
Scrabble vowel value The Washington Post 07 Nov 2019
'Still the ___' (Orleans hit) USA Today 07 Nov 2019
Number in a sound check USA Today 06 Nov 2019
When a lunch break often ends Universal 05 Nov 2019
Low number locked up in Indonesia Irish Times Crosaire 02 Nov 2019
'Two' follower, to NASA USA Today 01 Nov 2019
''__ more time!'' Newsday 30 Oct 2019
Individual from Stoneferry The Sun Two Speed 30 Oct 2019
Susie B. denomination USA Today 28 Oct 2019
Its square equals its square root New York Times 27 Oct 2019
Its square equals its square root
Point value of most Scrabble tiles Universal 20 Oct 2019
Many a binary digit USA Today 19 Oct 2019
United New York Times 18 Oct 2019
'A Chorus Line' song Eugene Sheffer 18 Oct 2019
United
Tip jar bill Universal 17 Oct 2019
With 42-Across, usual result of a leadoff batter getting three strikes New York Times 16 Oct 2019
With 42-Across, usual result of a leadoff batter getting three strikes
Inseparable from Horatio Nelson? Irish Times Crosaire 12 Oct 2019
Till bill Newsday 11 Oct 2019
'That's ___ small step . . .' USA Today 11 Oct 2019
Tip jar bill USA Today 09 Oct 2019
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Hydrogen's atomic number Universal 07 Oct 2019
{See Notepad} New York Times 07 Oct 2019
Number of candles on a cupcake, often Universal 06 Oct 2019
Tip jar insert USA Today 02 Oct 2019
Ace's value, at times New York Times 30 Sep 2019
Liar's poker bill, usually USA Today 27 Sep 2019
Half of eleven? LA Times Daily 26 Sep 2019
Half of eleven? The Washington Post 26 Sep 2019
A quarter to four? New York Times 22 Sep 2019
Number of stars on Texas' flag Universal 21 Sep 2019
Change machine insert Newsday 19 Sep 2019
Common bill The Washington Post 17 Sep 2019
Common bill LA Times Daily 17 Sep 2019
End of a countdown Universal 17 Sep 2019
(K) Start of a count Family Time 16 Sep 2019
Countdown number Family Time 15 Sep 2019
Inseparable New York Times 11 Sep 2019
United Universal 09 Sep 2019
See 6-Down New York Times 09 Sep 2019
Half and a half Newsday 05 Sep 2019
Wedded New York Times 03 Sep 2019
It's next to nothing Newsday 30 Aug 2019
See 23-Across New York Times 29 Aug 2019
Small bill Eugene Sheffer 24 Aug 2019
Long-distance call starter USA Today 23 Aug 2019
"That's ___ way to do it" Universal 19 Aug 2019
Binary digit Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2019
___ and only The Washington Post Sunday 18 Aug 2019
With 45-Across, low draw in soccer New York Times 14 Aug 2019
Bottom of many scales Family Time 12 Aug 2019
Single dollar's number Family Time 11 Aug 2019
Bill in a tip jar New York Times 05 Aug 2019
___-stop shopping Universal 05 Aug 2019
Any nonzero number to the zeroth power New York Times 04 Aug 2019
Square of 31-Across Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2019
Bill that's not big Newsday 26 Jul 2019
Number that's a square of itself The Washington Post 22 Jul 2019
Number that's a square of itself LA Times Daily 22 Jul 2019
Not in fragments The Washington Post 20 Jul 2019
Not in fragments LA Times Daily 20 Jul 2019
Unbroken Thomas Joseph 10 Jul 2019
Unified The Washington Post 05 Jul 2019
Unified Thomas Joseph 05 Jul 2019
Unified LA Times Daily 05 Jul 2019
"The loneliest number" Universal 02 Jul 2019
Hour after midnight New York Times 01 Jul 2019
Small bill Thomas Joseph 28 Jun 2019
"Rogue ___" Universal 21 Jun 2019
What I might mean Wall Street Journal 19 Jun 2019
Close __ Newsday 15 Jun 2019
Word on a penny Newsday 14 Jun 2019
Worst Yelp review Universal 12 Jun 2019
Washington's bill Wall Street Journal 12 Jun 2019
Any nonzero number divided by itself Universal 11 Jun 2019
Valedictorian's rank The New Yorker 10 Jun 2019
Word before 'blastoff' New York Times 03 Jun 2019
A 10th of 10 Family Time 02 Jun 2019
It's its own cube root The Washington Post Sunday 26 May 2019
Value of any Scrabble vowel Newsday 26 May 2019
Number of Q's in Scrabble Universal 25 May 2019
'The loneliest number' USA Today 25 May 2019
Half and half? USA Today 15 May 2019
Unicycle wheel count USA Today 12 May 2019
Unified New York Times 07 May 2019
Unified
White Monopoly bill LA Times Daily 04 May 2019
White Monopoly bill The Washington Post 04 May 2019
Washington bill Universal 26 Apr 2019
Mic-tester's word USA Today 24 Apr 2019
Undivided Jonesin 23 Apr 2019
Meaning of a raised index finger New York Times 23 Apr 2019
'He still the ___' (lyric in Beyoncé's 'Countdown') New York Times 17 Apr 2019
Vowel's value in Scrabble USA Today 17 Apr 2019
Small bill Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2019
Liftoff preceder New York Times 14 Apr 2019
Young toddler's age Universal 08 Apr 2019
Single The Times Concise 07 Apr 2019
With 95-Across, what often seems to disappear in a dryer New York Times 07 Apr 2019
Unified Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2019
Number of gods worshipped in Zoroastrianism LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2019
Number of gods worshipped in Zoroastrianism The Washington Post 03 Apr 2019
___ in a million Universal 02 Apr 2019
Formula __: auto racing class LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2019
Formula __: auto racing class The Washington Post 02 Apr 2019
____Time ( Bieber hit ) Canadiana 01 Apr 2019
Uno, in English Universal 26 Mar 2019
Ace's value, at times The Washington Post 19 Mar 2019
Ace's value, at times LA Times Daily 19 Mar 2019
Cardinal number The Times Concise 18 Mar 2019
Greatest hits album from the Beatles Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2019
'__, please': box office request from a single patron The Washington Post 11 Mar 2019
"__, please": box office request from a single patron LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2019
No longer apart USA Today 09 Mar 2019
Cosine of 0 New York Times 07 Mar 2019
Prime number factor Wall Street Journal 06 Mar 2019
No longer divided USA Today 02 Mar 2019
Married or single The Sun Two Speed 02 Mar 2019
Day preceder or follower Newsday 02 Mar 2019
Undivided The Sun Two Speed 02 Mar 2019
Half and half LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2019
Half and half The Washington Post 22 Feb 2019
''__ moment please . . .'' Newsday 20 Feb 2019
Fibonacci sequence starter Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2019
United in dishonesty The Sun Two Speed 06 Feb 2019
Unanimous The Sun Two Speed 06 Feb 2019
___-hit wonder USA Today 02 Feb 2019
Half a pair The Washington Post 01 Feb 2019
Half a pair LA Times Daily 01 Feb 2019
Number on a foam finger USA Today 31 Jan 2019
Eight-hundred preceder? Universal 31 Jan 2019
Queen's "Another __ Bites the Dust" LA Times Daily 29 Jan 2019
Queen's 'Another __ Bites the Dust' The Washington Post 29 Jan 2019
Washington's bill Universal 28 Jan 2019
Minimal quantity Newsday 27 Jan 2019
Counting start Thomas Joseph 24 Jan 2019
Simple digit Family Time 20 Jan 2019
In ___ fell swoop Universal 19 Jan 2019
Gender-neutral pronoun USA Today 15 Jan 2019
'A Chorus Line' number Wall Street Journal 10 Jan 2019
Pitcher's number, on a scorecard USA Today 09 Jan 2019
What I might stand for Wall Street Journal 09 Jan 2019
Opening number? New York Times 07 Jan 2019
Only partner? The Washington Post 03 Jan 2019
Only partner? LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2019
Number that's a square of itself
Number of gods worshipped in Zoroastrianism
Binary digit
"The loneliest number"
"That's ___ way to do it"
"Rogue ___"
Number on most Scrabble tiles
Number on a foam finger
No longer divided
No longer apart
Mic-tester's word
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)
Many a binary digit
Long-distance call starter
Liar's poker bill, usually
Half and half?
Gender-neutral pronoun
"Two" follower, to NASA
"A Chorus Line" number
"The loneliest number"
"That's ___ small step . . ."
"Still the ___" (Orleans hit)
"A Chorus Line" song
Not in fragments
Half of eleven?
Half and half
Ace's value, at times
___-stop shopping
___ in a million
Young toddler's age
Worst Yelp review
When a lunch break often ends
Washington's bill
Washington bill
Uno, in English
United
Tip jar bill
Point value of most Scrabble tiles
Number of stars on Texas' flag
Number of candles on a cupcake, often
Number of Q's in Scrabble
In ___ fell swoop
Hydrogen's atomic number
End of a countdown
Eight-hundred preceder?
Any nonzero number divided by itself
Zero follower
What I might stand for
What I might mean
Washington's bill
Unified
Square of 31-Across
Solitary
Small bill
Prime number factor
__ of a kind
White Monopoly bill
Unified
Tip jar bill
Single
Queen's "Another __ Bites the Dust"
Greatest hits album from the Beatles
Fibonacci sequence starter
___-hit wonder
Unicycle wheel count
Two halves
Tip jar insert
Tip jar bill
Susie B. denomination
Solid yellow billiard ball
Pitcher's number, on a scorecard
Only partner?
Half a pair
Formula __: auto racing class
"He still the ___" (lyric in Beyoncé's "Countdown")
"You're ___ to talk!"
Common bill
Ace's value, at times
"__, please": box office request from a single patron
'You're ___ to talk!' New York Times 01 Jan 2019
Word before "blastoff"
With 95-Across, what often seems to disappear in a dryer
With 45-Across, low draw in soccer
Wedded
See 6-Down
See 23-Across
Opening number?
Meaning of a raised index finger
Liftoff preceder
Inseparable
Hour after midnight
Cosine of 0
Bill in a tip jar
Any nonzero number to the zeroth power
A quarter to four?
Small integer Canadiana 31 Dec 2018
'___ good turn . . .' USA Today 30 Dec 2018
Single dollar bill Family Time 23 Dec 2018
Not you specifically New York Times 21 Dec 2018
Big word on a buck Wall Street Journal 19 Dec 2018
Hour after noon Newsday 17 Dec 2018
x's positive value in the equation 2x = 4x^2 - 2 New York Times 11 Dec 2018
January, in dates Universal 10 Dec 2018
Number replaced by 'hup' by a drill sergeant New York Times 03 Dec 2018
Minimal number Universal 03 Dec 2018
I's digit Universal 29 Nov 2018
Lowly digit Universal 28 Nov 2018
Number of Q's in this diagram USA Today 27 Nov 2018
Math unity Thomas Joseph 24 Nov 2018
I might stand for it Wall Street Journal 21 Nov 2018
Two halved Premier Sunday 18 Nov 2018
It's next to nothing Universal 17 Nov 2018
Presidential coin denomination USA Today 13 Nov 2018
Together The Washington Post 10 Nov 2018
Together LA Times Daily 10 Nov 2018
Single digit number The Sun Two Speed 07 Nov 2018
It's its own square root USA Today 02 Nov 2018
''Hickory Dickory Dock'' time Newsday 02 Nov 2018
Indivisible Thomas Joseph 27 Oct 2018
What I may stand for Newsday 26 Oct 2018
Number of times the Milwaukee Brewers have appeared in the World Series Jonesin 23 Oct 2018
Of __ mind LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2018
Of __ mind The Washington Post 21 Oct 2018
Microphone tester's word USA Today 15 Oct 2018
Unspecific person Newsday 14 Oct 2018
''We're number __!'' Newsday 09 Oct 2018
Factor of every prime number Wall Street Journal 08 Oct 2018
Each 'O' of BOGO New York Times 07 Oct 2018
'The loneliest number' of song USA Today 02 Oct 2018
Small bill Universal 29 Sep 2018
__-in-a-million (rare) Newsday 25 Sep 2018
Wedded Premier Sunday 23 Sep 2018
RBIs on a solo homer Universal 19 Sep 2018
Word surrounding "by" Universal 15 Sep 2018
Unnamed individual Newsday 14 Sep 2018
Common bill Universal 10 Sep 2018
'We're number ___!' New York Times 10 Sep 2018
Small square New York Times 08 Sep 2018
Common tip jar insert USA Today 08 Sep 2018
Washington's bill Newsday 04 Sep 2018
George's bill Family Time 03 Sep 2018
Start of a count USA Today 31 Aug 2018
Tilde's neighbor Wall Street Journal 25 Aug 2018
Lunch returnee's time Universal 25 Aug 2018
What "I" can mean Universal 16 Aug 2018
Lowest die roll Thomas Joseph 13 Aug 2018
Back to work time, for many Universal 10 Aug 2018
Low digit Family Time 06 Aug 2018
Some resolution entertained by individual Irish Times Crosaire 04 Aug 2018
I can stand for it Wall Street Journal 02 Aug 2018
I can stand for it USA Today 26 Jul 2018
It's not a prime number Jonesin 24 Jul 2018
Lunch hour's end, for many Family Time 23 Jul 2018
"... ___, blastoff!" Universal 22 Jul 2018
Digit on a foam finger USA Today 20 Jul 2018
Pitcher's number, in baseball shorthand USA Today 18 Jul 2018
Rare entry on a golf scorecard USA Today 17 Jul 2018
Point value of most Scrabble tiles USA Today 15 Jul 2018
Formal pronoun Wall Street Journal 12 Jul 2018
Buck Thomas Joseph 11 Jul 2018
Impossible NFL score USA Today 08 Jul 2018
Initial number? Universal 05 Jul 2018
Inseparable The Washington Post 03 Jul 2018
Inseparable LA Times Daily 03 Jul 2018
Diet soda calorie count, maybe USA Today 30 Jun 2018
Hole-in-___ Family Time 24 Jun 2018
'Susie B' denomination USA Today 24 Jun 2018
English digit seen in this clue number The Washington Post Sunday 24 Jun 2018
The loneliest number Universal 19 Jun 2018
___ Direction (boy band) New York Times 18 Jun 2018
What a solo is for Universal 17 Jun 2018
A The Washington Post 14 Jun 2018
A LA Times Daily 14 Jun 2018
Ace's value, at times USA Today 12 Jun 2018
Number worn by Pee Wee Reese Wall Street Journal 11 Jun 2018
"___, two, buckle my shoe" Family Time 11 Jun 2018
'A Chorus Line' song Thomas Joseph 08 Jun 2018
Bill bearing George Newsday 08 Jun 2018
BBC ___ New York Times 06 Jun 2018
Wee hour Newsday 03 Jun 2018
Free-throw point value USA Today 02 Jun 2018
United in purpose USA Today 30 May 2018
Richest percent? Family Time 21 May 2018
Start of every ZIP code in Pennsylvania New York Times 16 May 2018
Low single-digit Family Time 14 May 2018
Yearling's age Universal 11 May 2018
Top 40 title for Metallica or U2 LA Times Daily 10 May 2018
Top 40 title for Metallica or U2 The Washington Post 10 May 2018
U2 hit that opens, "Is it getting better? / Or do you feel the same?" The New Yorker 07 May 2018
Foam finger number Universal 06 May 2018
'A Chorus Line' song USA Today 05 May 2018
Lowest sudoku digit, usually USA Today 04 May 2018
Number that's neither prime nor composite Jonesin 01 May 2018
See 103 Down The Washington Post Sunday 22 Apr 2018
I of Roman numerals Universal 22 Apr 2018
Discontinued Canadian bill USA Today 19 Apr 2018
Low digit Newsday 13 Apr 2018
It's single Universal 12 Apr 2018
Cardinal number The Sun Two Speed 11 Apr 2018
Back to square ___ USA Today 08 Apr 2018
Number of solidarity Universal 06 Apr 2018
Single New York Times 05 Apr 2018
Atomic number for hydrogen The Chronicle of Higher Education 30 Mar 2018
Latish lunchtime USA Today 25 Mar 2018
Single Irish Times Simplex 22 Mar 2018
This puzzle's theme Universal 21 Mar 2018
"Just ___ of those things" USA Today 21 Mar 2018
With 32-Across, what the answers to the starred clues each have New York Times 12 Mar 2018
Individual Premier Sunday 11 Mar 2018
I can mean this Universal 11 Mar 2018
Impersonal 'you' New York Times 07 Mar 2018
Tip jar bill, often USA Today 01 Mar 2018
Wedded Newsday 01 Mar 2018
Tip jar bill New York Times 26 Feb 2018
I of old Rome Family Time 25 Feb 2018
Binary code basic The Washington Post 25 Feb 2018
Binary code basic LA Times Daily 25 Feb 2018
Noon or midnight follower USA Today 21 Feb 2018
Single bill? Family Time 18 Feb 2018
A bit more than zero Premier Sunday 18 Feb 2018
Any individual The Sun Two Speed 18 Feb 2018
Somewhat lonely figure The Sun Two Speed 18 Feb 2018
Value of a 41-Down, sometimes USA Today 18 Feb 2018
'First of all...' Jonesin 13 Feb 2018
What two who wed become Universal 08 Feb 2018
A quarter of four Wall Street Journal 07 Feb 2018
Washington's bill LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2018
Washington's bill The Washington Post 05 Feb 2018
Free throw's point value USA Today 02 Feb 2018
Low digit Universal 02 Feb 2018
Indivisible Newsday 01 Feb 2018
Integer after zero The Washington Post 29 Jan 2018
Integer after zero LA Times Daily 29 Jan 2018
___ for the road USA Today 23 Jan 2018
Super Bowl wins for Joe Flacco Universal 21 Jan 2018
Low single digit Family Time 21 Jan 2018
Any nonzero number raised to the power of zero The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jan 2018
Coveted charts position USA Today 19 Jan 2018
Number in many odds Universal 18 Jan 2018
The same partner? Wall Street Journal 18 Jan 2018
Final word shouted before 'Happy New Year!' New York Times 15 Jan 2018
It stands for January New York Times 14 Jan 2018
Mathematician's multiplicative identity Wall Street Journal 13 Jan 2018
Joined ... or a continuation of 36-Across New York Times 11 Jan 2018
United Thomas Joseph 04 Jan 2018
Lowest Scrabble tile value The Washington Post 01 Jan 2018
Atomic number for hydrogen
Ace's value, at times
Common tip jar insert
Coveted charts position
Diet soda calorie count, maybe
Digit on a foam finger
Discontinued Canadian bill
Free throw's point value
Free-throw point value
I can stand for it
Impossible NFL score
It's its own square root
Lowest sudoku digit, usually
Microphone tester's word
Noon or midnight follower
Number of Q's in this diagram
Pitcher's number, in baseball shorthand
Point value of most Scrabble tiles
Presidential coin denomination
Rare entry on a golf scorecard
Start of a count
Tip jar bill, often
United in purpose
Value of a 41-Down, sometimes
___ for the road
Lowest Scrabble tile value LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2018
Yearling's age
Word surrounding "by"
What two who wed become
What a solo is for
What "I" can mean
The loneliest number
Super Bowl wins for Joe Flacco
Small bill
RBIs on a solo homer
Number of solidarity
Number in many odds
Minimal number
Lunch returnee's time
Lowly digit
Low digit
January, in dates
It's single
It's next to nothing
Initial number?
I's digit
I of Roman numerals
Foam finger number
Common bill
Back to work time, for many
"... ___, blastoff!"
"___ good turn . . ."
"The loneliest number" of song
"Susie B" denomination
x's positive value in the equation 2x = 4x^2 - 2
___ Direction (boy band)
With 32-Across, what the answers to the starred clues each have
Tip jar bill
Start of every ZIP code in Pennsylvania
Small square
Single
Number replaced by "hup" by a drill sergeant
Not you specifically
Joined ... or a continuation of 36-Across
It stands for January
Impersonal "you"
Final word shouted before "Happy New Year!"
Each "O" of BOGO
BBC ___
"We're number ___!"
Big word on a buck
Factor of every prime number
Formal pronoun
I can stand for it
I might stand for it
Lowest roll
Number worn by Pee Wee Reese
Tilde's neighbor
A
Binary code basic
Binary digit
Inseparable
Integer after zero
Lowest Scrabble tile value
Of __ mind
Scrabble vowel value
Together
Top 40 title for Metallica or U2
United
Washington's bill
___-trick pony USA Today 31 Dec 2017
It's its own square root The Washington Post Sunday 31 Dec 2017
Singleton Universal 29 Dec 2017
Inseparable Premier Sunday 24 Dec 2017
With 22-Across, certain way to make 60-Across New York Times 20 Dec 2017
35-Across halved The Washington Post 19 Dec 2017
35-Across halved LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2017
Number on most Scrabble tiles USA Today 16 Dec 2017
Integer that's its own square USA Today 15 Dec 2017
Figure on a foam finger New York Times 10 Dec 2017
Number of Wyoming congresspersons USA Today 10 Dec 2017
Unspecified individual Newsday 07 Dec 2017
Free throw score Wall Street Journal 04 Dec 2017
I, to Caesar Universal 28 Nov 2017
First character in this clue The Washington Post 26 Nov 2017
First character in this clue LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2017
Singleton Thomas Joseph 25 Nov 2017
Opening number? Universal 22 Nov 2017
With 29 Down, sight below some Lincoln Memorials Newsday 18 Nov 2017
U2 hit Universal 17 Nov 2017
Four quarters Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2017
Binary digit Jonesin 14 Nov 2017
Romantic ideal, with 'the' The Washington Post 10 Nov 2017
Romantic ideal, with "the" LA Times Daily 10 Nov 2017
Channel skipped on old TV dials Jonesin 07 Nov 2017
Only Canadiana 06 Nov 2017
Half and half Family Time 05 Nov 2017
I of old Rome Universal 03 Nov 2017
___ size fits all USA Today 02 Nov 2017
I New York Times 01 Nov 2017
With 33-Down, like solitaire New York Times 27 Oct 2017
Admit ___ (ticket phrase) Family Time 22 Oct 2017
First in an infinite line New York Times 19 Oct 2017
Undivided Newsday 12 Oct 2017
Number that shares a key with "!" USA Today 10 Oct 2017
"The loneliest number," in song USA Today 05 Oct 2017
"Air Force ___ (Ford movie) Universal 03 Oct 2017
Chart-topping number Newsday 28 Sep 2017
Number in many odds figures USA Today 27 Sep 2017
Square ___ (starting point) USA Today 25 Sep 2017
Number of partridges "my true love sent to me" Family Time 24 Sep 2017
Person LA Times Daily 21 Sep 2017
Number that's its own square USA Today 21 Sep 2017
Person The Washington Post 21 Sep 2017
No longer apart Newsday 14 Sep 2017
Number equal to its square USA Today 14 Sep 2017
"___ size fits all" USA Today 13 Sep 2017
Hole in __ LA Times Daily 12 Sep 2017
Hole in __ The Washington Post 12 Sep 2017
Table for __ The Washington Post 09 Sep 2017
Table for __ LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2017
22 Across, in English The Washington Post Sunday 03 Sep 2017
A single number? Family Time 28 Aug 2017
Cones center? Universal 27 Aug 2017
Some person Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2017
Pepsi product that's also its calorie count The Washington Post 24 Aug 2017
Pepsi product that's also its calorie count LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2017
Party often seated at the bar Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2017
'Rogue ___' New York Times 17 Aug 2017
Number of states bordered by Maine USA Today 17 Aug 2017
Lowest sudoku number The Washington Post 15 Aug 2017
Lowest sudoku number LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2017
Most common Scrabble tile point value USA Today 14 Aug 2017
Number for the best Universal 12 Aug 2017
Impossible score in U.S. football USA Today 07 Aug 2017
Start of a count Family Time 07 Aug 2017
Fused The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Aug 2017
Low number Newsday 02 Aug 2017
"Loneliest number" of song USA Today 01 Aug 2017
See 64 Down Newsday 30 Jul 2017
Pi's first digit after the decimal New York Times 24 Jul 2017
Only partner? Universal 22 Jul 2017
Number on a driver USA Today 20 Jul 2017
It comes after 12 daily Universal 19 Jul 2017
No Clue Canadiana 17 Jul 2017
Beginning square? Universal 17 Jul 2017
Tip-jar insert, often USA Today 17 Jul 2017
Single Thomas Joseph 11 Jul 2017
"... ___ nation under God ..." Family Time 10 Jul 2017
Solid yellow billiard ball USA Today 22 Jun 2017
Less than two Family Time 18 Jun 2017
"Won" homophone Universal 16 Jun 2017
Bill with a bright eye Newsday 16 Jun 2017
Low integer Universal 14 Jun 2017
"God bless us, every ___!" Universal 13 Jun 2017
Pee Wee Reese's retired number Thomas Joseph 05 Jun 2017
Word before "Blast off!" Family Time 05 Jun 2017
___ of a kind Universal 01 Jun 2017
"First off ..." Universal 30 May 2017
Small cardinal Newsday 28 May 2017
What may replace you? LA Times Daily 28 May 2017
What may replace you? The Washington Post 28 May 2017
With 18-Down, distribution limitation, informally New York Times 28 May 2017
and 24 Across, 16 Down, 18 Down: Jack Point? The Telegraph Toughie 25 May 2017
It comes after twelve Jonesin 23 May 2017
Winner's number The Washington Post 22 May 2017
Winner's number LA Times Daily 22 May 2017
Hydrogen's atomic number Wall Street Journal 22 May 2017
Foam finger number LA Times Daily 21 May 2017
Foam finger number The Washington Post 21 May 2017
A hundredth of a hundred Family Time 14 May 2017
How you might be referred to New York Times 11 May 2017
Tilde key's neighbor Wall Street Journal 10 May 2017
Factor of every prime Wall Street Journal 08 May 2017
Free throw score Universal 02 May 2017
Letterless phone button Wall Street Journal 02 May 2017
Single topped the chart, we hear The Telegraph Toughie 26 Apr 2017
"Single" digit Universal 24 Apr 2017
Count start Wall Street Journal 24 Apr 2017
Single number, really Family Time 17 Apr 2017
It's the same squared or not Universal 13 Apr 2017
Valedictorian's rank USA Today 12 Apr 2017
Bit of binary code USA Today 11 Apr 2017
Value of 41-Across Family Time 10 Apr 2017
Small number Universal 10 Apr 2017
Single number, in more ways than ___ Family Time 09 Apr 2017
"We're number ___!" USA Today 09 Apr 2017
"... and all for ___" Universal 08 Apr 2017
Fused The Washington Post 06 Apr 2017
Fused LA Times Daily 06 Apr 2017
It's the same when multiplied by itself Family Time 03 Apr 2017
Vowel's point value in Scrabble USA Today 03 Apr 2017
Starting number, often Universal 02 Apr 2017
Integrated part of compression engine Irish Times Crosaire 01 Apr 2017
Admit ___ New York Times 29 Mar 2017
Repeated number in the Fibonacci sequence Wall Street Journal 29 Mar 2017
Bill with an Eye of Providence USA Today 28 Mar 2017
"___ of these days, Alice . . ." USA Today 25 Mar 2017
Key near Q Wall Street Journal 08 Mar 2017
Cardinal Ozzie Smith's retired uniform number The Washington Post 08 Mar 2017
Cardinal Ozzie Smith's retired uniform number LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2017
"Just __ moment" LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2017
'Just __ moment' The Washington Post 06 Mar 2017
With 96-Down, 'Hang on a minute!' Premier Sunday 05 Mar 2017
Wallet item Thomas Joseph 02 Mar 2017
Back to square __ LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2017
Metallica's first Top 40 hit The Washington Post 22 Feb 2017
Letterless phone button USA Today 20 Feb 2017
Job ___ (priority) Universal 20 Feb 2017
A quarter of four? Family Time 19 Feb 2017
1300 hours, to civilians The Chronicle of Higher Education 17 Feb 2017
It doesn't change when squared Universal 15 Feb 2017
Dollar bill New York Times 13 Feb 2017
Word on a penny or a dime Family Time 13 Feb 2017
Square __ LA Times Daily 09 Feb 2017
U2 song Universal 09 Feb 2017
The "loneliest number" Universal 08 Feb 2017
Hydrogen's atomic number USA Today 07 Feb 2017
___-in-a-million Universal 04 Feb 2017
Number of emails sent by Warren Buffett in his entire life New York Times 01 Feb 2017
Word before "Liftoff!" USA Today 31 Jan 2017
Wallet bill Wall Street Journal 31 Jan 2017
A single unit Universal 28 Jan 2017
Figure taking drugs The Times Cryptic 24 Jan 2017
Low, single-digit number Family Time 23 Jan 2017
Till bill Wall Street Journal 20 Jan 2017
Soloist's number Family Time 15 Jan 2017
What I can be Universal 14 Jan 2017
Scrabble's lowest point value USA Today 13 Jan 2017
Number of fingers to signal a fastball Universal 13 Jan 2017
35-Across, translated USA Today 10 Jan 2017
Small bill Family Time 09 Jan 2017
I may stand for it Wall Street Journal 07 Jan 2017
Square of itself Wall Street Journal 05 Jan 2017
Till bill The Washington Post 02 Jan 2017
Integer that's its own square
Pepsi product that's also its calorie count
Person
Romantic ideal, with "the"
Square ___ (starting point)
Tip-jar insert, often
Valedictorian's rank
Vowel's point value in Scrabble
Beginning square?
A single unit
Singleton
Part of 63 Across' meaning Newsday 01 Jan 2017
"Won" homophone
1300 hours, to civilians
Fused
Table for __
"Single" digit
"God bless us, every ___!"
What may replace you?
Winner's number
"Just __ moment"
35-Across halved
Back to square __
Opening number?
Scrabble's lowest point value
Number that's its own square
Number that shares a key with "!"
Number on a driver
Lowest sudoku number
Hole in __
Foam finger number
First character in this clue
Dollar bill
Cardinal Ozzie Smith's retired uniform number
Small number
The "loneliest number"
U2 hit
What I can be
___ of a kind
___-in-a-million
With 33-Down, like solitaire
With 22-Across, certain way to make 60-Across
With 18-Down, distribution limitation, informally
Pi's first digit after the decimal
Number of emails sent by Warren Buffett in his entire life
I
How you might be referred to
First in an infinite line
Figure on a foam finger
Dollar bill
Admit ___
"Rogue ___"
Number of states bordered by Maine
Only partner?
Number of fingers to signal a fastball
Number for the best
Low integer
Job ___ (priority)
Cones center?
Free throw score
I of old Rome
I, to Caesar
It comes after 12 daily
It's the same squared or not
"First off ..."
"Air Force ___ (Ford movie)
"The loneliest number," in song
"We're number ___!"
"___ size fits all"
35-Across, translated
Bill with an Eye of Providence
Bit of binary code
Impossible score in U.S. football
Letterless phone button
Most common Scrabble tile point value
Number equal to its square
Number in many odds figures
Number of Wyoming congresspersons
Word before "Liftoff!"
"Loneliest number" of song
___ size fits all
___-trick pony
Phone number with no letters Universal 31 Dec 2016
See 32-Across Wall Street Journal 29 Dec 2016
You, more formally New York Times 21 Dec 2016
'Lit' binary digit Jonesin 20 Dec 2016
Largest sine value The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Dec 2016
Tenth of a sawbuck USA Today 10 Dec 2016
'First of all...' Wall Street Journal 09 Dec 2016
I, perhaps LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2016
Number of one-syllable U.S. state names USA Today 02 Dec 2016
Unit The Times Concise 28 Nov 2016
"Out of many, ___" Universal 27 Nov 2016
Cardinal number in the Pledge of Allegiance The Washington Post 24 Nov 2016
Lowest sudoku digit USA Today 14 Nov 2016
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter) New York Times 12 Nov 2016
No power can change it LA Times Daily 12 Nov 2016
Latish lunch hour USA Today 09 Nov 2016
Number of presidents who resigned Wall Street Journal 08 Nov 2016
Word repeated in 'It takes ___ to know ___' New York Times 07 Nov 2016
A penny's count Family Time 07 Nov 2016
Early afternoon Universal 04 Nov 2016
Number of NBA titles Steph Curry has The Washington Post 03 Nov 2016
Till bill LA Times Daily 30 Oct 2016
'Liftoff!' preceder Premier Sunday 30 Oct 2016
A wee hour Universal 27 Oct 2016
Word before 'Happy New Year!' New York Times 27 Oct 2016
Hour in 'Hickory Dickory Dock' The Washington Post 25 Oct 2016
______ dollar bills Canadiana 24 Oct 2016
Most common Scrabble tile value USA Today 24 Oct 2016
Three Dog Night's "loneliest number" USA Today 21 Oct 2016
Word with "moment" or "sec" Universal 17 Oct 2016
Bill in a tip jar USA Today 17 Oct 2016
Mississauga's Square ____ Canadiana 10 Oct 2016
Warren Moon's retired number Wall Street Journal 07 Oct 2016
1300 hours Newsday 05 Oct 2016
Unique digit in a googol Wall Street Journal 04 Oct 2016
"___ moment, please" Universal 04 Oct 2016
Small digit Family Time 02 Oct 2016
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter) USA Today 02 Oct 2016
With 42 Down, geologist's billion years Newsday 29 Sep 2016
United over missing out on first place The Times Cryptic 29 Sep 2016
Area code preceder Thomas Joseph 26 Sep 2016
Half and half Universal 08 Sep 2016
Bill with Washington's face New York Times 05 Sep 2016
With 37-Down, very poor rating Premier Sunday 04 Sep 2016
"A Chorus Line" number LA Times Daily 02 Sep 2016
Tip jar denomination LA Times Daily 29 Aug 2016
Out of gas, informally New York Times 28 Aug 2016
___ World Trade Center New York Times 25 Aug 2016
Impossible score in American football USA Today 23 Aug 2016
What might replace you? New York Times 21 Aug 2016
I, at times LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2016
Opening number New York Times 17 Aug 2016
White Monopoly bill Wall Street Journal 10 Aug 2016
Ironically, the last song in 'A Chorus Line' New York Times 09 Aug 2016
Vending machine insert USA Today 07 Aug 2016
'Army of ___' (recruiting slogan) New York Times 05 Aug 2016
Only partner? Family Time 31 Jul 2016
Small integer Universal 31 Jul 2016
"Out of many, ___" (e pluribus unum) Universal 29 Jul 2016
Dollar value of a loonie USA Today 24 Jul 2016
___-two punch Universal 23 Jul 2016
Small bill The Washington Post 18 Jul 2016
Bill often passed Universal 12 Jul 2016
Having the indivisible character of a unit The Telegraph General Knowledge 03 Jul 2016
It shows George's face Universal 01 Jul 2016
Many a numerator New York Times 30 Jun 2016
A tenth of ten Family Time 27 Jun 2016
Valedictorian's number Universal 26 Jun 2016
Solitary figure? Universal 22 Jun 2016
"By the time I count to three" follower Universal 21 Jun 2016
Small bill in a wallet Family Time 20 Jun 2016
Factor of a prime number Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2016
Bill with a pyramid on the back Family Time 13 Jun 2016
Cold or fast follower The Washington Post 12 Jun 2016
21st word of the Pledge of Allegiance New York Times 10 Jun 2016
What two heads are better than Universal 09 Jun 2016
Xbox ___ New York Times 08 Jun 2016
Early afternoon hour Universal 07 Jun 2016
Loneliest number, according to a Harry Nilsson song Wall Street Journal 23 May 2016
Somebody regularly taking MDMA The Telegraph Toughie 20 May 2016
With 53-Down, like some rural roads Universal 16 May 2016
Single Canadiana 16 May 2016
See 39-Across New York Times 12 May 2016
Chart-topping number USA Today 11 May 2016
With 45-Down, what each singer in the answers to the starred clues goes by Wall Street Journal 04 May 2016
Part of a New Year's Eve countdown Family Time 01 May 2016
Brian of ambient music New York Times 28 Apr 2016
Binary code digit USA Today 27 Apr 2016
Bill in a till Newsday 27 Apr 2016
"A Chorus Line" showstopper USA Today 14 Apr 2016
1989 Grammy-winning Metallica song The Washington Post 10 Apr 2016
Word on a dollar Universal 09 Apr 2016
See 8 Down Newsday 09 Apr 2016
Pee Wee Reese's retired number Wall Street Journal 08 Apr 2016
Score for a free throw The Washington Post 07 Apr 2016
Result of dividing any nonzero number by itself New York Times 04 Apr 2016
First of all New York Times 02 Apr 2016
Like-minded Universal 01 Apr 2016
Canadian Loonie's denomination USA Today 29 Mar 2016
Individual in question Newsday 26 Mar 2016
Light air, on the Beaufort scale New York Times 25 Mar 2016
Common lunch hour The Washington Post 23 Mar 2016
A googol divided by a googol Jonesin 22 Mar 2016
__-man band LA Times Daily 22 Mar 2016
Word on a penny USA Today 21 Mar 2016
Till bill Family Time 21 Mar 2016
With 48-Down, kind of street New York Times 16 Mar 2016
Racing's Formula ___ The Washington Post 14 Mar 2016
1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 Family Time 13 Mar 2016
Small digit Universal 11 Mar 2016
Number that's its own square Wall Street Journal 07 Mar 2016
"___ if by land . . ." USA Today 03 Mar 2016
"All for ___ and . . ." USA Today 02 Mar 2016
"___ for the money ..." Universal 01 Mar 2016
Word on a dime USA Today 24 Feb 2016
Unified USA Today 21 Feb 2016
Vowel's value in Scrabble New York Times 21 Feb 2016
Best-selling number? Universal 16 Feb 2016
The downbeat USA Today 14 Feb 2016
Top chart spot USA Today 12 Feb 2016
'A Chorus Line' song Wall Street Journal 12 Feb 2016
Greenback USA Today 10 Feb 2016
What the unified are Universal 06 Feb 2016
Late-night hour USA Today 05 Feb 2016
___-two punch Family Time 01 Feb 2016
Teen's opening number? LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2016
It lacks letters on a telephone keypad New York Times 30 Jan 2016
___-two punch USA Today 27 Jan 2016
You, impersonally New York Times 27 Jan 2016
Counter's beginning Wall Street Journal 26 Jan 2016
Lunch hour Eugene Sheffer 26 Jan 2016
Word on a Susan B. Anthony coin LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2016
Next to nothing? Universal 17 Jan 2016
A single Premier Sunday 17 Jan 2016
Lunch hour, for some USA Today 15 Jan 2016
Maximum value of sine New York Times 06 Jan 2016
Vending machine bill USA Today 03 Jan 2016
"Army of ___" (recruiting slogan)
___ World Trade Center
"Out of many, ___" (e pluribus unum)
"___ moment, please"
A wee hour
Best-selling number?
Bill often passed
Early afternoon
Early afternoon hour
It shows George's face
Next to nothing?
Phone number with no letters
Small digit
Late-night hour
Impossible score in American football
Greenback
Dollar value of a loonie
Chart-topping number
Bill in a tip jar
"By the time I count to three" follower
You, more formally
You, impersonally
Xbox ___
Word repeated in "It takes ___ to know ___"
Word before "Happy New Year!"
What might replace you?
Out of gas, informally
Maximum value of sine
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)
Many a numerator
It lacks letters on a telephone keypad
Ironically, the last song in "A Chorus Line"
Bill with Washington's face
21st word of the Pledge of Allegiance
Three Dog Night's "loneliest number"
The downbeat
Tenth of a sawbuck
Number of one-syllable U.S. state names
Lunch hour, for some
Lowest sudoku digit
Latish lunch hour
"A Chorus Line" number
I, at times
No power can change it
Teen's opening number?
Small integer
Top chart spot
Vending machine bill
Vending machine insert
___-two punch
Solitary figure?
Tip jar denomination
Word on a Susan B. Anthony coin
Valedictorian's number
What the unified are
What two heads are better than
Word with "moment" or "sec"
___-two punch
Largest sine value
Points for a free throw LA Times Daily 31 Dec 2015
It's heard before a liftoff Universal 30 Dec 2015
Indefinite pronoun LA Times Daily 25 Dec 2015
Smallest positive integer Universal 22 Dec 2015
I, in Roman numerals Universal 20 Dec 2015
Scarcely any Newsday 18 Dec 2015
Multihued horse New York Times 17 Dec 2015
1300, to civilians Jonesin 15 Dec 2015
___ in a million USA Today 14 Dec 2015
Undivided Thomas Joseph 09 Dec 2015
Tip jar bill Eugene Sheffer 08 Dec 2015
Sole Canadiana 07 Dec 2015
Indivisible Premier Sunday 06 Dec 2015
On time at last for start of count Irish Times Crosaire 05 Dec 2015
What 57 Down means Newsday 02 Dec 2015
Solitary New York Times 27 Nov 2015
Unrealistic potato chip portion USA Today 25 Nov 2015
Liftoff preceder? USA Today 23 Nov 2015
Penultimate countdown word New York Times 22 Nov 2015
50/50 The Washington Post 16 Nov 2015
Number suggested by a foam finger The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Nov 2015
A single entity USA Today 13 Nov 2015
Beginning "square" Universal 11 Nov 2015
Beginning "square" USA Today 10 Nov 2015
Number of monosyllabic U.S. state names New York Times 29 Oct 2015
I took the prize for recitation The Times Cryptic 23 Oct 2015
"___ nation, under God . . ." USA Today 22 Oct 2015
Individual Eugene Sheffer 22 Oct 2015
___ for the books USA Today 21 Oct 2015
A wee hour USA Today 19 Oct 2015
Minimum attendance figure Universal 17 Oct 2015
Common bill Eugene Sheffer 14 Oct 2015
Number that's its own square root USA Today 09 Oct 2015
"By the time I count to three" follower USA Today 07 Oct 2015
Early afternoon hour New York Times 05 Oct 2015
It's the same when squared Universal 28 Sep 2015
Dollar Eugene Sheffer 26 Sep 2015
Easy number to add Universal 23 Sep 2015
Horse population of a small town? Universal 17 Sep 2015
Low figure getting high? The Telegraph Toughie 15 Sep 2015
Blast-off preceder Universal 12 Sep 2015
Start of a googolplex USA Today 05 Sep 2015
Word before and after 'to,' 'on' or 'for' New York Times 05 Sep 2015
"You're the __ That I Want": "Grease" song LA Times Daily 04 Sep 2015
Common lunch hour New York Times 03 Sep 2015
Last word of the year, often USA Today 28 Aug 2015
First whole number Family Time 24 Aug 2015
Score for a post-touchdown kick New York Times 19 Aug 2015
Free-throw point value Universal 16 Aug 2015
Little bit of dough USA Today 14 Aug 2015
Bill that wasn't redesigned Universal 12 Aug 2015
1300 hours LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2015
It has four quarters USA Today 04 Aug 2015
Last ___ New York Times 30 Jul 2015
Largest word on a buck Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2015
Follower of Formula or Air Force New York Times 20 Jul 2015
'Good ___!' New York Times 16 Jul 2015
Goalie's jersey number, often New York Times 13 Jul 2015
Inseparable Newsday 10 Jul 2015
Tail-end of a countdown Universal 08 Jul 2015
'___ Crazy Summer' (Cusack/Moore rom-com) Jonesin 07 Jul 2015
Bill that's quite easy to change Family Time 06 Jul 2015
Word just before 'blastoff' New York Times 06 Jul 2015
"___ nation, under God ..." Universal 29 Jun 2015
Unified Premier Sunday 28 Jun 2015
(5 x 3) - (7 x 2) = ? New York Times 08 Jun 2015
I, in Roman numerals USA Today 05 Jun 2015
Wallet bill Eugene Sheffer 04 Jun 2015
Last word of the year, often Universal 31 May 2015
"___ more time!" Universal 28 May 2015
United Family Time 17 May 2015
Easy number to learn USA Today 12 May 2015
Joined at the hip Eugene Sheffer 30 Apr 2015
"__ Life to Live" LA Times Daily 27 Apr 2015
Acting as a group New York Times 26 Apr 2015
Twelve fifty-nine? Wait a minute! USA Today 15 Apr 2015
Yearling's age USA Today 13 Apr 2015
Smallest dining party USA Today 05 Apr 2015
'A Chorus Line' showstopper Eugene Sheffer 28 Mar 2015
"The loneliest number" USA Today 27 Mar 2015
Word with man or horse LA Times Daily 27 Mar 2015
Bill with a pyramid Universal 25 Mar 2015
Scrabble value of every letter in RELATIONS New York Times 17 Mar 2015
The same; number The Times Concise 16 Mar 2015
___-track mind Universal 07 Mar 2015
Number that's its own square root Universal 02 Mar 2015
Solo number USA Today 24 Feb 2015
''__ good turn . . .'' Newsday 22 Feb 2015
Word before "Happy New Year!" Universal 15 Feb 2015
Word with "way" or "track" USA Today 15 Feb 2015
Sounds like came out on top in two halves Irish Times Crosaire 14 Feb 2015
___ for the books Universal 14 Feb 2015
Solitary figure? USA Today 13 Feb 2015
Quarter of four Universal 13 Feb 2015
Chart position reached by all the albums seen in the starred clues in this puzzle New York Times 11 Feb 2015
"___ minute" ("hold on") USA Today 09 Feb 2015
Hydrogen's atomic number Newsday 05 Feb 2015
A person USA Today 05 Feb 2015
An hour before 9 Across Newsday 03 Feb 2015
Small digit USA Today 02 Feb 2015
Number of single-syllable U.S. states LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2015
Bill in the till USA Today 28 Jan 2015
"It Happened ___ Night" (1934 film) Universal 23 Jan 2015
Pee Wee Reese's number LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2015
White bill in a Monopoly set Wall Street Journal 20 Jan 2015
Fused New York Times 18 Jan 2015
Single person USA Today 15 Jan 2015
Une Canadiana 12 Jan 2015
Three, two, ___ Family Time 11 Jan 2015
There's a guy named George on it USA Today 06 Jan 2015
Undivided Canadiana 05 Jan 2015
Unbroken Premier Sunday 04 Jan 2015
Quarter of four
Minimum attendance figure
Last word of the year, often
It's the same when squared
It's heard before a liftoff
I, in Roman numerals
Horse population of a small town?
Half and half
Free-throw point value
Easy number to add
Blast-off preceder
Bill with a pyramid
Bill that wasn't redesigned
Beginning "square"
"___ nation, under God ..."
"___ more time!"
"It Happened ___ Night" (1934 film)
___ in a million
"__ good turn . . ."
A
An hour after noon
An hour before 9 Across
Dollar bill
Early afternoon
Hour after midnight
Hydrogen's atomic number
Indivisible
Inseparable
Low digit
Scarcely any
Small bill
Undivided
Unified
Washington's bill
What 57 Down means
Word on a dime
"You're ___ to talk"
U2 hit whose title is one of its co-producers spelled backwards
Using "Molly"
Little bit of dough
Liftoff preceder?
___ Direction
Singleton
See 53-Down
Till bill
Largest word on a buck
Small digit
Smallest dining party
Last word of the year, often
It has four quarters
Early afternoon
Like a gas gauge that's running really low
I, in Roman numerals
United
Twelve follower
The same partner
The only number spelled out on a dime
Start of a long-distance call
Sole
Small cardinal
Prime divisor
Number that is its own square root
No longer separate
Last word of "A Christmas Carol"
Inseparable
Individual
Four quarters
Fibonacci sequence repetition
50/50
Number that's its own square root
Hydrogen's atomic number
Solitary figure?
Solo number
Start of a googolplex
There's a guy named George on it
Twelve fifty-nine? Wait a minute!
Number suggested by a foam finger
Easy number to learn
Bill in the till
Beginning "square"
A wee hour
A single entity
A person
"___ nation, under God . . ."
"___ minute" ("hold on")
"By the time I count to three" follower
"Good ___!"
(5 x 3) - (7 x 2) = ?
Acting as a group
Chart position reached by all the albums seen in the starred clues in this puzzle
Common lunch hour
Early afternoon hour
Five fifths
Follower of Formula or Air Force
Fused
Goalie's jersey number, often
Last ___
Number of monosyllabic U.S. state names
Penultimate countdown word
Score for a post-touchdown kick
Scrabble value of every letter in RELATIONS
Solitary
Word before and after "to," "on" or "for"
Word just before "blastoff"
Word with man or horse
Points for a free throw
Pee Wee Reese's number
Number of single-syllable U.S. states
Indefinite pronoun
1300 hours
"__ Life to Live"
"You're the __ That I Want": "Grease" song
Unrealistic potato chip portion
Word on a penny
Word with "way" or "track"
Yearling's age
___ for the books
Indivisible
Unbroken
Unified
'92 U2 smash
___-track mind
___ for the books
Word before "Happy New Year!"
Single person
Tail-end of a countdown
Smallest positive integer
Number that's its own square root
Four quarters
Five before six?
Early afternoon hour
Champion's number
Champ's number
Binary code digit
Best-selling number?
13:00 hours
"Strike ___" (ump's call)
x ÷ x
Champ's number
Common tip jar bill
Common tip jar item
Coney midway?
Five percent of a score
George's bill
In dire need of gas, say
Low number
Pepsi brand
Sawbuck fraction
Point value of an A in Scrabble
Result of dividing any number by itself
Start of almost every ZIP code in New York
Tangent of 45°
"Story of My Life" band __ Direction
1969 Three Dog Night hit
1992 U2 song
Common odds ending
Number of Beethoven operas
Number of gods in a monotheistic faith
A single
Smackeroo
Word on a dollar bill
Slender figure?
Two halves
Wallet item
Opposite of six, on a die
Ozzie Smith's number
Single
Not divided
Most-passed bill
Lowest sudoku digit
Low number in sudoku
I may stand for it
Hour after noon
Early afternoon hour
Bottom of some scales
A person
"__ for the money . . ."
With 102-Across, Bob Marley song
Solo number
Inseparable
"A Chorus Line" song
"Chorus Line" finale
Together
Unified
Two halves
"A Chorus Line" finale
Prime number divisor
Number that's its own square
Most common Scrabble tile value
Lowest sudoku number
George Michael "___ More Try"
Phish "My Sweet ___"
Robert Plant "Tall Cool ___"
Singular Bee Gees song?
Lowest sudoku digit
It's next to nothing
I, at times
I can mean this
Number on 68 of the 100 Scrabble tiles
Washington bill
Wee hour
Hydrogen's atomic number
Any nonzero number raised to the zeroth power
Half of eleven?
Free throw score
Word surrounding "on" and "by"
Word on a buck
Word before "Blastoff!"
Unspecified person
Undivided
Traditional fastball sign
The loneliest number, in song
Sum of all parts
Square to go back to
Solitaire quorum
Smallest positive integer
Five percent of a score
Digit besides zero allowed in binary code
What I can be
With 10-Down, certain punch
___-hit wonder
1300 hours, to a civilian
45-Across, in America
Number of unique lineups U2 has had, as well as the name of a single from "Achtung Baby"
Framed bill in a restaurant, perhaps
50/50
Area code lead-in
In dire need of gas
Indivisible
It contains four quarters
It has four quarters?
Late night hour
Latish lunchtime
Liftoff preceder?
Lunch hour, for some
What two heads are better than
Snake eye?
Single in a wallet
Small dining party
Singleton's number
Single in a wallet
Number of gods in monotheism
Number that's its own square
Only companion
Partner of only
Bob Marley's "___ Love"
Exclamation point's key-mate
First number dialed when calling long distance
Impossible point total in American pro football
"We're number ___!"
"___ if by land ..."
20 percent of a fin
Score for an ace
See 46-Down
A third of 111?
Sawbuck fraction
Minimum attendance figure
Lowest sudoku number
Low bill
Long-distance dialing requirement
Latish lunchtime
Hour after midnight
20/20
Number dialed before an area code
Number on a foam finger
Number that's its own square
Only partner?
Pepsi ___, sugar-free cola
Possible lunch hour
See 29-Across
With 24-Across, like Edward Albee's "The Zoo Story"
Word on a dollar
You, generically
Single
Snake eyes half
Solid-yellow billiard ball
Solitaire quorum
Till bill
Traditional fastball sign
What every number is divisible by
___ -horse town
Half and half
Four quarters
Late lunch hour
Maître d's "Are you by yourself?"
Small bill
Unique
With 12-Down, sign with an arrow
__ of a kind (unique)
Yearling's age
Washington bill
Final B.C. year
Capital ___ (credit card company)
Bit of binary code
Alternative to another?
"A Chorus Line" number
A
Binary digit
Four quarters
Late lunch hour
Maître d's "Are you by yourself?"
Small bill
Unique
Word on a penny
___-track mind
___-eyed jack
What I may mean
Total "for the road"
Three thirds
The loneliest number
Something for the road
Slender figure?
Penultimate countdown word, often
Part of a New Year's Eve countdown
Vowel's point value in Scrabble
Valedictorian's rank
Unspecified person
United
Till bill
Leaner's point value
Latish lunchtime
Afternoon hour
"OK, first of all"
With 122-Down, like a Cyclops
'91 U2 hit
A "Hickory Dickory Dock" time
Atomic number of hydrogen
Bill often passed?
Famous square?
First digit a toddler is taught, often
Half and half?
Inseparable
Its root is itself
Needing a fill-up
Pitcher, in baseball-scoring shorthand
"Is it getting better?" U2 song
The cosine of zero
Lunch hour for some
It's the loneliest number
Thomas the Tank Engine's number
With 34 Down, certain combo
J. Geils "___ Last Kiss"
Option in binary
U2 song
Unified
Any digit self-divided
Area code preceder
Dollar
Warren Moon's jersey number
Sawbuck tenth
Word that appears on a dime in both English and Latin
With 3-Down and 31-Across, like a bogey
Only partner?
Last word of "A Christmas Carol"
Homophone for "won"
Atomic number of hydrogen
"___ singular sensation . . ."
"___ moment, please"
"For No ___" (Beatles song)
___ World Trade Center
The loneliest number
Air Force ___
Countdown penultimate
Core of opponents?
Beatles' compilation
Afternoon hour
A quarter of four?
"___ for the money, two for . . ."
"There's ___ in every crowd"
Coveted "Billboard" position
Letterless phone key
Person
Solid yellow billiard ball
Unspecified individual
Wee hour
__-eyed jack
Vague pronoun
Tip jar addition
Small number
Singleton
Individual
Impersonal pronoun
Any nonzero number divided by itself
"__ Fine Day": 1963 hit
Early afternoon
Hole-in-___ (duffer's dream)
Less than a couple
Loneliest number, it's said
Mike-testing word, often
Next to nothing
Number in the "Pledge of Allegiance"
Number whose square equals its square root
Of the same mind
Small bill
Sum of the parts
Telephone button without letters
Top-of-the-leaderboard number
Upright figure?
What every number is divisible by
Bill in a till
Biggest word on a buck
Last number in a countdown
"Just the ___"
... of a 1968 Jefferson stamp
2000 Beatles album or its peak chart position
Derivative with respect to "x" in f(x) = x + 10
In dire need of gas
It was retired by the Yankees in 1986
Pepsi ___
Start of a long-distance call
Telephone key with no letters
Undivided
Word before "Liftoff!"
White Monopoly bill
Wallet item
Twenty-first word of the Pledge of Allegiance
The loneliest number, in a song
Tangent of 45º
January, on some checks
Half of "snake eyes"
Half and half
Divisor of a prime number
Common bill
"You da ___" (2011 Rihanna number)
Half and half
Number to the left of this answer
Bill in a tip jar
See 82-Across
Wedded
Neil Diamond/Waylon Jennings "___ Good Love"
Orleans "Still the ___"
Performed by Metallica at '89 Grammys
Pink Floyd "___ of These Days"
Bonded
"... ___ nation under God ..."
A bill in the till
Divided by itself, the result is the same
Five before six?
From day ___ (since the start)
Hydrogen's number
January, in some dates
Long-distance call starter
Next to nothing
Number before "Liftoff!"
Number in the "Pledge of Allegiance"
Number of even primes
Number of hits that ruins a perfect game
Part of a New Year's Eve countdown
Signal for a fastball
Sixty minutes past 12
The same partner?
Top-of-the-charts number
Two halved
Unlettered phone number
Withdrawn Canadian currency bill
___-horse town
___-man band
__-eyed jack
__ of a kind
Vague pronoun
Tip jar addition
Small number
Singleton
Single
Individual
Impersonal pronoun
Dollar bill
Common bill
Any nonzero number divided by itself
"__ Fine Day": 1963 hit
Integer's denominator
With 115-Down, basis of monotheism
Hit from U2's "Achtung Baby" album
Score for a hockey goal
Unanimous
What I might mean
"Let the Right ___ In"
Inseparable
Not divided
Top 10 hit from U2's "Achtung Baby" album
Change-machine insert
Hydrogen's number
Impossible score in football
Square to go back to?
The loneliest number of song
Word on a penny or a dime
___ -two punch
___-man band
United
With 39-Across, soapbox racer, e.g.
A quarter of four
Lunch hour for some
Lunchtime for some
See 59 Down
50-Down, casually
With 39-Across, soapbox racer, e.g.
Top 10 hit from U2's "Achtung Baby" album
Not divided
Binary code digit
"A Chorus Line" song
Half and half
The wee-est hour?
U2 single whose proceeds benefitted AIDS research
Telephone button without any letters
Point value of a free throw
Not none
Factor of every integer
Four quarters
Top-of-the-leaderboard number
"___ moment"
Addition to 18-, 23-, 40-, 54- and 60-Across
Alternative to I, you, he or she
E's value, in Scrabble
Formula ___ racing
Sharer of an exclamation point on a keyboard
Small bill
Snake eye (as this completed puzzle depicts)
Any number divided by itself
Valedictorian's rank
Washington bill
Word that appears eight times on a dollar bill
Word before "Blastoff!"
Homophone for "won"
I might signify this?
It's its own square
Loneliest number?
Lowest sudoku digit
Minimal order
It's its own reciprocal
Next to nothing?
U2: "Achtung Baby" smash
Numerical Three Dog Night smash
It's the loneliest number
Bob Marley "___ Love"
"__ is the loneliest number ..."
"When it's ___ need, in the night" (U2)
"Did I disappoint you?" U2 song
See 60-Down
Not divided
Billfold bill
A certain
Solid yellow ball on the pool table
Word on a penny
"A Chorus Line" song
Binary code digit
Half and half
"A Chorus Line" finale
"Out of many, ___" (e pluribus unum)
Binary digit
Half and half?
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)
Opening number?
Solo number
Downbeat in a bar of music
Early afternoon time
It's its own square
*As a package
Bit of bread
Diet-drink calorie count
Indivisible
Last number in a countdown
Letterless phone button
Low digit
Number of states whose last two letters are its own postal abbreviation
Number of tiles per Scrabble set for the letter at the end of the answer to each starred clue
Pee Wee Reese, for the Dodgers
Singleton
The same partner?
Top-of-the-charts number
With 42-Across, birdie?
With 42-Across, bogey?
Number of F's in this puzzle's answer grid
Number of consonants in this answer
Number of protons by which the elements in the four longest puzzle answers have been enhanced
Number whose square equals its square root
Wallet bill
Small bill
"We're number ___!"
Loneliest number, it's said
List beginning, often
Letterless phone button
Four quarters
United
Only partner
Word before "... liftoff!"
Word on a dollar
___ and only
___-two punch
___-eyed jack
Small number
Self starter?
What I might mean?
Not even a few
Typical studio apartment room count
"Pick a number from __ ..."
End of lunch time, maybe
Cather's "___ of Ours"
Bill featuring Washington
Beginning of most New York ZIP codes
"___ for the money ..."
Less than a couple
Marine __ (presidential helicopter)
Mike-tester's word
Sole
Square __
White Monopoly item
"The loneliest number," in a 1969 hit
"The loneliest number," in a song
"__ size fits all"
Ace's value, at times
I, to Claudius
Top-of-the-charts number
Start of a long-odds phrase
Singular digit
Sawbuck tenth
Number of even prime numbers
It's for the money
Hour past noon
Hardly any?
Countdown's penultimate number, perhaps
Count's start
It's next to nothing
Vending machine insert
Washington is on it
With 125-Across, words before customer
The loneliest number, in song
With 125-Across, words before customer
Washington is on it
Vending machine insert
Typical studio apartment room count
It's next to nothing
I, to Claudius
"__ size fits all"
"The loneliest number," in a song
"The loneliest number," in a 1969 hit
"Pick a number from __ ..."
Number of operas composed by Beethoven
Top spot
Single
With 100-Down, quick jokes
"Hickory Dickory Dock" time
"___ of these days, Alice ..."
A wee hour
Air Force ___
With 24- and 45-Down, soap produced since 1968
Unified
Combined
Number at the peak of Pascal's triangle
Number preceding liftoff
Number that's its own square
Song reprised at the end of "A Chorus Line"
United
Three Dog Night hit written by Nilsson
"A Chorus Line" song
"A Chorus Line" number
"Blastoff" preceder
Atomic number of hydrogen
E's value in Scrabble
Formula ___ racing
Impossible quantity of Lay's potato chips to eat?
Last number of a countdown
Leading figure?
Number in "A Chorus Line" that's actually a number
Only companion
Score for an ace
Two bells, perhaps
With 94-Across, gets the better of
With 3-Down, short film
Two halved
Tip jar bill
Bill in a till
Value of any Scrabble tile in the word "ordinates"
Metallica song parodied in a "Shreds" video on Youtube
Distance forward in the alphabet that each changed letter in the theme entries has moved
Any positive integer to the zeroth power
Word with day or way
Word before "Blastoff!"
White Monopoly bill
Wee hour
Washington's bill
Three Dog Night hit written by Nilsson
Pepsi brand that's also its calorie count
Number on a driver
Fused
1300 hours
With 41-Down, quaint sandlot game
What I might indicate
Two halved
Seventh row
Series opener
See 32-Down
Long-distance number starter
Cyclops eye count
Cosine of zero degrees
Cosine of 2 pi
Billy Martin, for the Yankees
A wee hour
"A Chorus Line" song
Number that's its own square root
Evelyn Waugh's "The Loved ___"
"First off..."
First
See 106-down
Undivided
Next to nothing?
Lunch hour, maybe
Four fourths
"A Chorus Line" song
See 35-Down
Fused
Number on a driver
Pepsi brand that's also its calorie count
Wee hour
Word before "Blastoff!"
Word with day or way
Word on a penny
First word of "Rock Around the Clock"
"God bless us, every ___!"
"Hickory Dickory Dock" time
"___ if by land" (part of Revere's signal)
Difference between a baker's dozen and a dozen
It's next to nothing
Low die roll
Single thing
Three Dog Night's first gold record
Wee hour
What I might be?
Singleton
Consolidated
A single
"Take ___"
A quarter of four?
Ace's value, at times
Beatles' compilation
Change machine insert
Divisor for any number
Gender-neutral pronoun
Impossible number in a football score
Number for the road?
Single entity
Snake eye?
What I is?
Where to find a portrait of George Washington
White bill in Monopoly
Word with "square" or "loved"
Last word before "Liftoff!"
Joined
Dollar digit
Digit in binary code
Complete
"___ Touch of Venus" (Mary Martin musical)
With 32-Across, a ball game
With 105-Down, a short play
Wee hour
Unnamed person
Small note
Primary figure
Number of operas composed by Beethoven
Next to nothing?
Neuter pronoun
Mr. Right, with "the"
Married
It's next to nothing
I might signify this
Hit 1992 U2 "single"
Combined
Canadian "loonie" denomination
Beginning of all New York ZIP codes
1969 Three Dog Night hit
"The loneliest number," in a Three Dog Night song
Area-code preceder
Word on a penny
The ___ Ring (artifact in Tolkien's works)
Hydrogen's atomic number
1969 Three Dog Night hit
"___ Arm" (Tennessee Williams story)
Brando's "The Wild ___"
Fifth single digit, alphabetically
"Three Dog Night" classic
In agreement
"Night stand" start
Hydrogen's atomic number
Self starter?
Starting point?
Unit circle radius
End of a break, often
Greenback
Number in a million?
Number in the Pledge of Allegiance
Penultimate countdown word, often
Pre-blastoff number
Start of a googolplex
Undivided
___-armed bandit
Yellow solid
Vowel value in Scrabble
Valedictorian's rank
Together
The square of the square of i
Square that's also a cube
Only positive integer that's neither prime nor composite
Number in "A Chorus Line"
Lowest sudoku number
It's at the top of Pascal's triangle
Halfway between seven and seven
Bottom of some scales
Billy Martin's retired Yankees number
Air Force ___ (U.S. president's plane)
Five percent of a score
Individual
Not even a few
Only partner
Three Dog Night number
What two heads are better than
Unspecified person
What I might be?
Word before "Blast off!"
United
Inseparable
Married
Small bill
"A Chorus Line" finale
Die's lowest
Low end of many scales
White Monopoly bill
Word on a dollar
Unit circle radius
Starting point?
Self starter?
Hydrogen's atomic number
Number of Super Bowls Brett Favre won
Like many a raver
A person
From Day __
Word on a dollar
Word before person and vote
Start of long-distance dialing
Small dining party
Single
Any nonzero number raised to the zeroth power
1969 Three Dog Night hit
"Hickory Dickory Dock" time
Solo number
Sugar-free Pepsi product
Undivided
The same partner
The same partner?
List opener
The multiplicative identity
Small cardinal
Cube root of one
Next to nothing?
Two halves
Word after square or loved
What I may mean
Small bill
Singleton
Low number
Like-minded
Indivisible
Any number to the zeroth power
Another preceder?
Purina brand
A single
Bill in the till, perhaps
I, for Claudius
It has no letters on a phone
It's better than none
It's for the money
It's next to nothing?
Letterless phone number
Undivided
United
Top 10 U2 hit of 1992
Something for the road
What I can be?
Binary digit
Word before "Happy new year!"?
Not broken
Every number is divisible by it
Half and half
It is its own root
It's for the money?
Partner of all
See 108-Down
"... the two shall be as __": "The Wedding Song"
"__ for the money ..."
Latish lunch hour
Common tip jar item
Four fourths
Free throw score
Dollar word
Latish lunch hour
Like-minded
Four fourths
Common tip jar item
"__ for the money ..."
"... the two shall be as __": "The Wedding Song"
1300 hours
A quarter of four
Beatles collection
Together
"My __ and Only"
Word before "ignition ... liftoff!"
With 52- and 39-Across, gradually
White Monopoly bill
Start of long-distance dialing
Sole
Number before "ignition ... liftoff!"
Night stand leader?
Individual
Prime number factor
Unlettered phone number
1300 hours
Undivided
Hydrogen's number
Sugar-free Pepsi product
Solo number
Prime number factor
Like-minded
Washington's bill
Individual
Hydrogen's number
Half and half?
Gender-neutral pronoun
Difference between a baker's dozen and a dozen
"The Loved ___" (Evelyn Waugh novel)
Word on a dollar
Twelve follower
The slope of y = x + 2
Tangent of 45°
Shout at 11:59:59 P.M. on December 31
Jefferson coin
It's its own multiplicative inverse
Missing broadcast channel
Atomic number of hydrogen
A
1992 U2 top 10 hit
"A Chorus Line" number
Inseparable
Countdown finale
"__ Fine Day"
Washington's whereabouts
"A Chorus Line" tune
An individual
Free-throw score
Undivided
and lowest
Together
Richard Bach novel
Lowest bill
Long-distance-call starter
Indefinite pronoun
Any person
With 74-Down, unanimity
What I will always be?
When lunch hour ends, often
Purina ___ (pet food)
Not split
Capital ___ Bank
Binary code digit
"Take ___"
Free-throw score
Only partner
Score on an aced hole
X to the zero power
"__-Trick Pony" (Paul Simon film)
"A Chorus Line" number?
A third of 100?
Bill in a till, perhaps
Eight bits
Number for the books?
Numerator for this puzzle's theme answers
White bill in Monopoly
10% of a sawbuck
Change-machine input
Liftoff preceder?
Mike-tester's first word, often
Single
Word on a dollar
Singular
Afternoon hour
The loneliest number
Small bill
"A Chorus Line" number
"A Chorus Line" showstopper
"__ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
Afternoon hour
Free-throw score
Married
Word before "Happy New Year!"?
"__ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
"A Chorus Line" finale
"___ for the money ..."
The same partner?
Yearling's age
"___ of these days, Alice ..."
"A Chorus Line" showstopper
"A Chorus Line" number
Beatles compilation
Bit of binary code
Bottom of some scales
Ending of most odds
It could start 17, 58-Across and 10, 25-Down
Loneliest number
Number for the books?
Only partner
Small cardinal?
Sometimes it's for the money
The loneliest number, in song
Unified
Unrealistic potato chip portion
What I may mean
Word on both sides of on and by
Bill in the till
Solo number
What 119 Across means
Pepsi variety
i squared, then squared again
With 64-Across, words on an arrow
With 51-Down, like Las Vegas bandits
With 39-Down, a boxing combo
Where the needle is when the gas light is lit
Top 10 U2 hit of 1992
Till bill
Start of a googolplex
Square or day follower
Snake eyes half
Small note
Winning number
Wee hour
Countdown word
Five percent of a score
Area code preceder
Half and half?
Indivisible
Signal for a fastball
Pitcher, in baseball scoring shorthand
Number that's its own square root
Word on a penny
Marine ___ (U.S. president's helicopter)
Its root is itself
I
Googol's starter
Any nonzero number times its reciprocal
"We're number ___!"
Showstopper in "A Chorus Line"
Queen's "Another ___ Bites the Dust"
I, for Claudius
From day ___ (since the start)
Free throw point value
E's value, in Scrabble
Word before "Happy New Year!"?
Unified
Person
Married
Day or square follower
Buck
It's dialed before a long-distance number
Where Washington is
It's next to nothing
Single
"A Chorus Line" song
It's small and tender?
Number of even primes
Prime factor
The ___ Ring (Middle-earth artifact)
Ace, at times
I, for Claudius
Start of a long-odds phrase
With 64- and 76-Down, golf score
"A Chorus Line" closer
"We're number ___!"
"___ Fine Day" (1996 Pfeiffer/Clooney film)
Bank or Air Force follower
Bestseller's number
Digit before an area code
January, in some dates
Undivided
Ace, at times
Barely any
I, for Claudius
Loneliest number
Partner of all
Start of a long-odds phrase
With 64- and 76-Down, golf score
Ace value, at times
First of a series
Half a couple
Half and half?
Single unit
"Blastoff" precursor
A third of 111?
Driver's number
First or second number in the Fibonacci sequence
I might stand for it
It's next to nothing
Jackson Pollock masterpiece in the MoMA
Loonie's denomination
Number for the books?
Showstopper in "A Chorus Line"
Small bill
Upper-left button on a phone
With 27-Down, a game similar to baseball
Binary digit
Bottom of some scales
Calorie count of some diet drinks
Eagle's bill?
Half and half
Number before "Liftoff!"
Two halves
With 4-Down, some swimsuits
Word before and after "by," "on," or "to"
A quarter of four
Bill with a pyramid
Hardly any
Last word in "A Christmas Carol"
Small bill
No longer split
Formula __
"Takes ___ to know ..."
Bill in the till
I for Claudius
In need of gas?
Long-distance dialing requirement
No longer divided
Part of a countdown
Self starter
Word for the books
"A Chorus Line" number
"All for ___, ..."
"___ for the money"
First number
United
Upright figure?
A quarter of four
Clue that started this all
I might stand for it
It contains four quarters
It's the loneliest number
Letterless phone number
Loneliest number
The first cardinal
Till bill, perhaps
Leading figure
Formula ___
"The loneliest number"
"That's ___ for the books!"
Small dining party
See 12-Down
George's bill
"The loneliest number"
"___ for the money..."
It's better than nothing
Hole in ____
Smallest bill
Single, in Toledo
Last number in a countdown
Highest binary digit
Divisor for any prime number
Big number from "A Chorus Line"
A quarter of four
"___ Week" (1998 Barenaked Ladies hit)
". . . there remained not ___" (Ex. 8:31)
Unit
Top number
Small dining party
See 12-Down
Partner of all
Number of Beethoven operas
Loneliest number
George's bill
Five before six
"The loneliest number"
"Take ___"
Yearling's number
Lonely number
Binary system element
Best seller's number
Area code preceder
Air Force follower
Ace, sometimes
"A Chorus Line" showstopper
"... there remained not ___." (Ex. 8:31)
"___ if by land ..."
1300 hours
Divided by itself, the result is the same
I, to Claudius
Indefinite pronoun
Opening number?
Penultimate word in a countdown
Something for the books
The first cardinal?
With 59-Down, type of punch
"A Chorus Line" tune
Like-minded
Product of a number and its reciprocal
Five before six
Less than a few
Dollar bill
Half and half?
Romberg's "___ Alone"
LeBron James' draft number
Free throw total
___ of a kind
With 51-Down, a common tennis score
With 31-Across, some clubs
With 25-Across, 50%
See 60-Across
Word on a penny and a dime
White Monopoly bill
Three Dog Night's first Top Ten hit
Smallest positive integer
Single
Purina pet food brand
Metallica's first hit
Indicating the need to fill up
I can mean this
Half and half
Commonest Scrabble tile subscript
Binary digit
Person
No longer divided
Free-throw value
Four quarters
Count start
A third of three
A fourth of four
1300 hours
Unit
Top number
Whole
Penultimate countdown word
Only partner
Free throw value
A quarter of four
A person
Ace value, sometimes
__-man band
Somebody
Smallest paper currency
". . . and all for __"
What I might mean?
Start for step or stop
Simple ticket order
Minimal order
Lunch hour
800 preceder
With 30-Across, sometime
Count near the end of a countdown
Washington bill
Undivided
Quarter of four
Penultimate countdown word
Only partner
Free throw value
A quarter of four
A person
Bill with a pyramid
Singleton
Waugh's 'The Loved --'
Top rank
Cellular ___
Impossible craps roll
"___ Bad Apple" (Osmonds hit)
Lunch time, for some
January, briefly
Individual
Direct-dial starter, often
"___ nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all"
With 17-across, cause of mass ruin
The first cardinal
Single thing
"___ Fine Day" (1963 Chiffons hit)
TV's '-- Life to Live'
Indefinite pronoun
'-- Good Cop ('91 film)'
___ and only
Word on a dime
Sacagawea denomination
Married or single
Fifth of a fin
"...___ hand clapping?"
Dollar word?
"A Chorus Line" tune
"___ Life to Live"
Beatles collection
DEFCON level
End of a countdown
Five before six
It's "for the money"
Single
Sight from the cuckoo's nest?
Something to grow on?
Wallet bill
'-- Fine Day ('63 tune)'
'-- Bad Apple ('71 song)'
Unrealistic potato chip serving
Like-minded
Number of Es in this puzzle?
Pepsi brand
Opening number?
Two bells, maybe
Multiplicative identity element
Four quarters
Five minus four
1300 hours
Word before "Blastoff!"
Two less than 38-Down
Of the same mind
It precedes "Blastoff!"
Change-machine insert
Champion's number
Billfold item
Better than none
"_____ if by land..."
Washington's note
Undivided
Three Dog Night hit
Series opener
Late-night hour
Unified
Top spot
Together
Low number
Like no other
Half and half
Area-code preceder
20% of a fin
"All for ___ ..."
Word with horse or track
TV's '_____ Life to Live'
TV's '-- Step Beyond'
'Wild _____' ('60 hit)
'Johnny -- Note' ('37 song)
___ in a million
With 46 Across, vitamin brand
Number that's its own square root
Bill featuring Washington
Biggest word on a buck
Hamlisch song
Hup count
I
Somebody
Unified
United
Washington bill
Bestselling number?
All-in- ___
"We're number ___!"
Half-and-half?
"Blastoff" preceder
1300 hours
With 60-Down, eventually
With 15-Down, low
Top position
See 27-Across
Lunchtime, perhaps
Lunch hour, maybe
Loved ___
Lonely number
Latish lunchtime
It might be broken into quarters
Fraction of a 46-Across
Early afternoon
Common lunchtime
56-Across + 56-Across
"You're Still the ___" (1998 Grammy winner)
What I might mean
See 25-Down
Lunch time, maybe
Long distance call starter
Letterless phone button
In agreement
Identity for multiplication
__ in a million
Washington bill
Partner of only
Coveted NCAA ranking
Song from A Chorus Line
___ in a million
___ -horse town
With 46 Across, vitamin brand
Number that's its own square root
Hardly any
Bill featuring Washington
Biggest word on a buck
Bestselling number?
All-in- ___
800 preceder
"We're number ___!"
What 44-Across is 44-Across of
See 7-Down
Matchless
Latish lunchtime
I, in Roman numerals
Hour after noon
Countdown penultimate
Bestselling number?
Any person
"___ of these days, Alice..."
"Blastoff!" preceder
"A Chorus Line" showstopper
Undivided
"_____ Less Bell to Answer"
1969 Three Dog Night hit
Italian noble family
Unspecified person
The first cardinal
__ for the road
1992 U2 hit
2000 Beatles compilation album
Every number is divisible by it
It usually comes first
Last digit of this year
Not split
Number at the heart of seven other answers in this puzzle
Number below the exclamation point
Number on a dime's reverse
Smallest positive integer
Solid yellow ball on the pool table
Telephone button without letters
Unbroken
Word on a penny or a dime
___ in a million
"___ Life to Live"
Snow White's "___ Song"
Word before liner or track
The loneliest number, to Three Dog Night
"__ more time!"
Any person
Bill with a pyramid
Low number
Bit of binary code
It's heard before a liftoff
Point value in Scrabble of every letter in this puzzle
See 5-Down
Single word
Start of a long distance call
Starting square
Telephone button that lacks letters
Top-of-the-chart number
Washington is on it
Waugh's 'The Loved _____'
Indivisible
Number of congressmen North Dakota gets
Number of congressmen Wyoming has
Portrait of George Washington source
Washington's bill
Washington's place among presidents
With 31 Down, combination punch
The Army is replacing its slogan "Be all you can be" with "An army of __"
"A Chorus Line" production number
"A Chorus Line" tune
"_____ True Thing" (1998)
It's inseparable
Latest Beatles' compilation
Susie B. denomination
Word surrounding "on" and "by"
800 preceder
<I>Chorus Line<I> finale
Any person
Joined in wedded bliss
Song from "A Chorus Line"
Washington's bill
"Out of many, --"
Count's beginning
Hydrogen's number
Lowest whole number
Single
Count start
Half and half?
Word on a penny
Sawbuck fraction
Latish lunchtime
"Magnolia" soundtrack song
Two halves
Number of terms Jesse Ventura says he'll serve as governor
Number of states with unicameral legislatures
Number of states Mondale won in '84
Number of independent U.S. representatives
Three Dog Night tune of '69
Sole
List topper
Direct-dial starter
Blastoff preceder?
Any person
" A Chorus Line" song
Word on a penny
The first cardinal
Smackeroo
Sawbuck fraction
Quarter of four
Not even a few
Bill with a pyramid on the back
Bill with a pyramid
Bill passed regularly
Beginning "square"
"___ Less Bell to Answer" (The 5th Dimension hit)
Three Dog Night song
A Chorus Line tune
A Chorus Line song
"___ China" policy
Impossible score, in U.S. football
It's better than nothing
Last word heard on New Year's Eve
Like a gas gauge just before a fill-up?
Long-distance call starter
Minimal amount of money, with 5-Down
Murder ___
Sacagawea coin denomination
Wed
List starter
___ if by land . . .
We re number ___!
"A Majority of __"
Change-machine insert
It's next to nothing
Joined
Latish lunch hour
Lowest bill
Letterless phone number
___ -two punch
Almost nothing
First number
Hamlisch hit
Low number
Singleton
Bill that wasn't redesigned
Number of Orthodox Jews in the U.S. Senate
_____ for the books
Word used before 17 and 58 Across and 10 and 25 Down
Which job is quality?
It's a little better than nothing
"A Chorus Line" number?
Smallest bill
Tenth of a sawbuck
Small digit
"Out of many, ___"
"____ for the money ..."
103 Any ender
Binary digit
Sole
Unified
"_____ Life to Live"
"Takes _____ to know ..."
Bonded
Sawbuck fraction
Microphone tester's word
It precedes "Blastoff!"
Day ___
Best seller's number
38-Across, to us
____ for the money . . .
See 56 Across
Late night
In unison with as
Change machine insert
A Chorus Line tune
A Chorus Line song
1969 Three Dog Night hit
Champ's number
Champion's number
"By the time I count to three" follower
"___ Fine Day"
"___ for the money"
Horse population of a small town?
Last word of Tiny Tim's toast
Only
Top rank
Washington's bill
Word before "Blast-off!"
"A Chorus Line" tune
"A chorus Line" tune
"___ Mo' Time"
"___ Touch of Venus"
"___ singular sensation..."
-- -night stand
Countdown number
Elevator stop
Opening number?
Pre-blastoff number
Single entity
Starting point
Sum of all parts
Washington bill
___ -eyed jack
___ -eyed jack: wild card
Tune from A Chorus Line
Individual
Sawbuck fraction
10% of a sawbuck
Ace, on a golf scorecard
____ -liner
Barenaked Ladies' "___ Week"
Combined
Good step to start with
A quarter of four
Common lunch time
Ending of most odds
Last word of the year, often
Late-late hour
Sum of the parts
Till bill
Twice 79-Down
Washington's bill
Word repeated in "takes ___ to know ___"
Impossible number in a football score
Three Dog Night hit
Conjointly
George's bill
I, to Claudius
Solitaire quorum
All for ____ and . . .
End of a break
Like no other
Only's partner
You're the ____ : 1965 hit
"A Chorus Line" hit
The downbeat
"The loneliest number"
"___ Bad Apple" (Osmonds hit)
Low note
__ way street
Wallet item
Song from "A Chorus Line"
Back to square___
After twelve fifty-nine
"The Loved___": E. Waugh opus
____ for the money
"A Chorus Line" standard
"My ___ and Only"
800 preceder
Buck
It's for the money
Joined
Lunch time, maybe
TV's "Murder ___"
What I may mean
____ Alone : Romberg song
____ Alone : Romberg
____ Alone
Three Dog Night hit
Piece of bread?
Washington bill
Opening word?
Lonely number
I Was the ____ : Elvis song
All's companion
List starter
I
Collection plate item
873,254 self-divided
"___ Fine Day" (1996 film)
____ nation indivisible . . .
___to grow on
Word on a penny
Ticket request
Quarter of four
"A Chorus Line" finale
Bill in the till
Complete
Identical
It's "for the money"
Last number before "Liftoff!"
Late late movie hour
Long distance call start
Bill
A Chorus Line hit
A Chorus Line number
Of the same mind
The Wild ___
Opening number
Population at the time of 44-Across
Whole
With 23 Across a kind of shopping
____ of a kind
"A Chorus Line" hit
____ of a kind
Word before person and vote
Series opener?
Self starter
See 130-Across or 87-Down
Lowest bill
Like no other
Countdown penultimate
Cather's "____ of Ours"
A certain
60 minutes past 12
Blast-off preceder
Digit
Kind of bagger
Number ``for the money"
Purse item
Wallet item
___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
___ for the money
``Make it ___ for my baby . . ."
"Liftoff" preceder
"A Chorus Line" showstopper
Unseparated
Small number
Murder___
Last word "A Christmas Carol"
Half and half?
Any person
"_____ of these days, Alice ..."
_____ for the books
See 9 Down
See 53 Down
Romberg's "___ Alone"
Fin, less four
"___ if by land..."
"___ for My Baby..."
"Murder ___," Lipsky novel
Route number
" . . . ___ nation, under God . . . "
"A Chorus Line" hit song
"___ Kiss," Romberg song
"___ for My Baby," 1943 song
"___-Eyed Jacks," 1961 film
A minute after 12:59
Bill passed regularly
Cather's "___ of Ours"
Formal pronoun
Half of 11?
Kind of world
Presley's "I Was the ___"
The same
A digit
___ for the road
"A Chorus Line" show-stopper
"A Chorus Line" tune
Pitcher's number, to the scorekeeper
___-track mind
"I Was the ___," Presley hit
"___ Alone" from "The Desert Song"
A follower
A person
Free throw's value
Twelve fifty-nine successor
Unit
Ferber's "___ Basket . . . "
Extra-point score
Arlen's "___ for My Baby"
Washington note
See 43 Acrown
Moss Hart's "Act ___"
Individual
Half of eleven?
First of the cardinals
"___-and-Twenty": Johnson
___-upmanship
Yearling's age
Only's partner
J. Denver's "___ World"
Follower of 9 Down
Cardinal number
Low rating
Ferber's "___ Basket"
Bill often passed
___-night stand
A Young Hickory
"___ a penny . . . hot cross buns"
Brady's "Paris ___": 1976
Single unit
Twelve fifty-nine follower
Wallet bill
___-liner (quip)
Four fourths
"___ nation, under God . . . "
"___ if by land . . . "
Person
Lunch hour for some
Only's companion
"___ nation under God . . . "
Singular
Romberg's "___ Kiss"
Just ___ of those things
Integer
Hole-in-___
After 12, timewise
Ace
"___ if by land, and . . . "
"Snake eye"
Single
Pronoun
Song in "A Chorus Line"
Monad
Digit
Count beginner
A bill
"___ man's meat. . . "
"The ___ I Love"
"Paris ___," Brady book
"It's You or No ___," 1948 song
Integer
January __
Certain majority
___ and the same
"Paris ___," J. Brady book
"___ more time!"
Consolidated
"___, Two, Buckle My Shoe": Christie
___ and all
Oft passed bill
Song from "A Chorus Line"
"___ O'Clock Jump," 1938 song
Unity
Winning score of the first organized basketball game
___ in a million
___ for the books
One-half and one-half
"___ for the money"
"Wonderful ___," 1922 song
"That's ___ small step . . . "
"Studio ___" of TV fame
Number of Harry Truman's children
Popular bill
Waugh's "The Loved ___"
Buck Rogers' robot
What ten tenths equal
Kind of upmanship
Follower of 12, sometimes
Fadiman's "Party of ___"
Before "blast off"
"___ Alone": Romberg
"Wonderful ___," old song
" . . . ___ nation under God"
Partner of all or only
Homophone for won
Folding-money item
Bill that's often passed
"___ a penny, two . . . "
"___ Fine Day"
A body
___-man gang
Willkie's "___ World": 1943
Purse item
Till item
The number many look out for
Bill
"Paris ___," book by James Brady
Número uno
Pronoun
"___ Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
___-horse town
Word in the next clue
Ten minus nine
"___ nation . . . "
Number
Three from four
Word with step or time
Seven divided by seven
Sharpen a razor
___ and only
___ no-trump
___ of these days
Final countdown number
Indivisible's partner
Kind of night stand
Purse paper
"___ and inseparable" (Webster)
Word with step or way
___ at a time
"All for ___"
"___ good turn . . . "
"___ more time"
"___ to a customer"
All for ___
Basketball situation, with 23 Down
Hour after noon
Kind of horse town
Number for the road
Number on a greens flag
Unity
Wallet item
Wallet unit
"___, two, buckle my . . . "
Kind of way or step
At ___ (agreed)
Next to zero
"All for ___ . . . "
"___Meat Ball"
Anybody
Draw-poker request
Hole in ___
Kind of way
Late-late show time
What the mouse's clock struck
Willkie's ___ world
Word with time or way
Billfold item
Likeminded
All and ___
___ way
Rare golf-hole score
Rare score on a golf hole
Third of a crowd
"You're the ___"
Lone
With 28 Down, street sign
___ world
Single.
Pronoun.
Numeral.
Number.
Item
Horse-count for a town.
Digit.
___ and all.
Wallet item.
Unit.
Undivided.
Dollar bill.
Part of 26 Down.
The same.
United.
Willkie's "World."
Equal.
First in line.
Quite the same.
Part of 51 Down.
Highest in standing.
___ old cat.
___ for the money.
Part of a million.
Just above zero.
All's partner.
Anybody.
Unified.
Unity.
Person.
Part of the "Stepquote."
Type of armed bandit.
Kind of world.
Forming a whole.
"___ for the money . . . "
Part of a score.
Individual.
Ten to ___.
"Act ___."
After noon.
Any individual.
Singularity.
The year ___.
Some person.
"A Majority of ___."
A single.
A certain ___.
With 41 Down, shay-power.
___ World.
___ world.
"___ Man's Meat."
Man and wife.
A person indefinitely.
Single unit.
Integer.
No particular person.
Prime number.
___ another.
A certain.
Go ___ better (outdo).
First point.
___ and the same.
Three in ___.
A certain person.
"___ World."
What "unum" means.
Somebody.
See 106 Across.
Anybody, indefinitely.
"Small hours" time.
All ___.
___-sided.
Some or any.
Indivisible.
Solo.
Part of a group.
All ___ (of no importance).
"Party of ___" by Fadiman.
A Goren jack's value.
Impersonal pronoun.
Indefinite pronoun.
Inseparable.
Less than a couple.
Low number.
Odd number.
Unnamed person.
___-horse.
Numerical starter.
Pitcher's number.
"___ Little Word."
"___ in a million."
Identical.
Any person.
"They'd eaten every ___."
Indentical.
Lunchtime.
Next to nothing.
Time for a lunch date.
Vague person.
A "wee small hour."
Current novel by David Karp.
Last word of "The Walrus and the Carpenter."
Scoring unit.
United couple.
Number of years the Swiss President serves.
The last Little Indian.
Single, through agreement.
Simplex.
Hole in ___.
Half of 55 Down.
"___ nation, indivisible . . . "
First on the list.
Strike ___.
Monogamous limit.
"The clock struck ___."
"___ nation indivisible . . . "
"___ world."
Certain thing.
First birthday.
Polyphemus had ___ eye.
Sole.
Willkie's world.
I.
How many eyes has a Cyclops?
Certain person.
___ Hoss Shay.
Gather into single whole.
Unbroken.
Something indivisible.
Ace.
Unit
"___ Country, ___ Constitution, ___ Destiny."
Cardinal number.
"We don't give bread ___ fishball."—Lane.
Married
Late night hour
Formula ___
Counter's beginning
Capital ___
Billboard's apex
BBC ___
"And I, for ___, welcome our new insect overlords"
"Can I have ___?"
"We're number ___!"
A quarter of four
Anagram of 41-Across
21-Across, here
"___ please!"
"You're the ___!"
___ louder
___ Direction
___ Campaign (poverty-fighting organization started by Bono)
With 5-Down, alley sight
Value of the J tile in Croatian Scrabble
Unified
U2 hit
Typical bar tip
The ___ Fund (Boston Marathon bombing charity; please give)
See 58-Down
See 55-Down
See 54-Across
See 3-Down
Repetition in the Fibonacci sequence
Oscar Robertson's retired number
Number on a dime
Number of Qs in this grid
Most common leading digit according to Benford's law
Metallica's first hit
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