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Men - Door sign Men - Blokes Men - Husbands Men - Fraternity members Men - Gamepieces Men - Door word Men - All husbands Men - Jones film "--- in black" Men - Word on a restaurant door Men - Rest room sign Men - Smith and jones, together in film Men - Chess pieces Men - Game pieces Men - Fellows Men - They may be "at work" Men - Checkers, e.g Men - They may be at work Men - Grooms, but not brides Men - Sign on some doors Men - Playing pieces Men - Most ceos Men - What boys will be Men - Foot or fore attachment Men - "a few good ---" Men - Roughly half the world Men - Augusta national members Men - Guys Men - "___ in black" (1997) Men - Certain door sign Men - They're from mars, in a book title Men - Tom, dick and harry Men - Restaurant sign Men - Restroom sign Men - "___ in black" Men - Word with foot or fore Men - Chaps Men - Fathers and grandfathers Men - What androphobes fear Men - Stag attendees Men - Washroom placard Men - Androphobe's aversion Men - Nearly half the world Men - Sign guys look for in a bar? Men - Chess pieces, informally Men - Senate majority? Men - The "m" of "mib" Men - They're moved at a 17-across Men - Males Men - Tub trio of rhyme Men - Former boys Men - Checkers Men - Old boys? Men - "__ in black" Men - John's sign Men - Typical sports fans Men - Stag participants Men - Most senators Men - Jilted woman's comment of disgust? Men - Most sports fans Men - Chess units Men - Some bipeds Men - Much of the population Men - Androphobe's fear Men - Woman's exasperated comment? Men - Frat members Men - "12 angry __" Men - Word on a door Men - Gents Men - Tub trio Men - Cinematography nominee emmanuel lubezki for "children of ___" Men - Matchstick ___ Men - Queens on a board Men - Stag party parties Men - All major-league umpires, so far Men - "of mice and ___" Men - What a jilted woman may exclaim Men - Chippendales dancers Men - Board game tokens Men - Misters Men - Checkers pieces Men - All u.s. senators until 1922 Men - Sign on the privy door Men - '___ in black,' will smith film Men - Cruiser's targets? Men - Eliot's "the hollow ___" Men - Pops, e.g Men - Board-game tokens Men - Bachelors/husbands Men - "12 angry ___" Men - "a few good __" Men - Valets Men - See 38-down Men - Kasparov's 16 Men - Oater cast, mostly Men - Loo sign Men - Chess or checkers pieces Men - "three __ and a baby" Men - Kasparov's sixteen Men - Dudes Men - 'it's raining ___' Men - "so many __, so little time": mae west Men - Head word Men - Queens, in chess Men - Common door sign Men - "... all ___ are created equal" Men - Robert penn warren's "all the king's ___" Men - Lavatory sign Men - "all ___ are created equal" Men - Part of mib Men - Old boys Men - "it's raining ___" Men - "all ___ are created equal ..." Men - People Men - "i hate __" ("kiss me, kate" tune) Men - "two and a half ___" Men - Trio in a nursery rhyme tub Men - Xy chromosome bearers Men - Portion of the world's population Men - "a few good ___" (cruise film) Men - Target audience of details magazine Men - Stag party attendees Men - Rockers --- at work Men - ". . . three __ in a tub" Men - Knights, e.g Men - Roughly half of the world's population Men - Patriarchy rulers Men - 'mad ___' (amc series) Men - Most boy scout leaders Men - Jones film, "___ in black" Men - "all __ are liars": psalms Men - Stag party invitees Men - Word on a washroom door Men - Good chunk of the population Men - The musketeers, e.g Men - Hes Men - Rooks, for example Men - Fathers, e.g Men - Stag party invitees Men - Stag-party guests Men - Stag party guests Men - Stag-party invitees Men - Fellas Men - See 1-across Men - 'two and a half --' Men - What boys become Men - Grown boys Men - Adult males Men - Exclamation with rolled eyes Men - 'two and a half ___' Men - Their shirt buttons are on the right Men - Pro footballers Men - Roughly half of all adults Men - A this sort of people may be one of the 5 down Men - A people like this would come last Men - After four the wye is on the up and up Men - 'so many ..., so many opinions' Men - Sounds as if the hymns come at the end of the amen Men - The sort of people you'd find at the bottom of 14 down Men - The sound of hymns Men - 12 across was hardly one of them Men - Males of armenian extraction Men - John's sign, sometimes Men - Male humans Men - "foot" or "fore" attachment Men - "twelve angry ___" Men - Fathers and uncles Men - Wc door word Men - The sound of hymns? Men - The sort of people that make a dip for the hills Men - A this comes at the end for the folk in church Men - A this comes at the end with such people Men - A this comes last Men - Do these chaps mind if they tally with them? Men - Entire 'reservoir dogs' cast, e.g Men - The others besides 18-down Men - Chesspieces, e.g Men - They're on boards Men - Target audience for "shave" magazine Men - Father, uncle and son Men - Black-and-white set pieces? Men - "all ___ are created equal . . ." Men - Fathers and sons Men - The start of the four theme entries, collectively Men - They're all created equal Men - See 7 Men - Grown-up boys Men - "where soil is, __ grow": keats Men - Sign on a bathroom door Men - "mad ___" (amc series) Men - About half of all adults Men - See 37-across Men - Word after fire or police Men - They're "easy to get but hard to keep": mae west Men - Tommy lee jones film "___ in black" Men - Pieces on a board Men - "little __": alcott novel Men - Adult fellows Men - Comic book mutants Men - Robin hood's merry crew Men - Target audience of maxim Men - Pieces on chessboards Men - Rooks or pawns Men - Fraternity members, e.g Men - The beatles and the stones, e.g Men - "that's just like a guy!" Men - Yale law students, until 1918 Men - Generic game pieces Men - "all the president's ___" Men - "eight __ out": 1988 baseball movie Men - Some males Men - Big boys? Men - "all the president's __" Men - Word with police or fire Men - "a few good ___" Men - They once acted like boys Men - Husbands, not wives Men - Boyz ii ___ (pop group) Men - Most soldiers Men - Chess components Men - 80% of u.s. senators, currently Men - Abbots, necessarily Men - Noh casts Men - Majority of the contestants on 'the dating game' Men - W.c. sign Men - Chess set Men - Last word of a steinbeck title Men - Chaps wanting most of the items available Men - Soldiers of the king - and queen, for example! Men - Could their mates be without them? Men - Soldiers intend to oust head of army Men - Old boys who satisfied all kipling's conditions? Men - Sign that's no longer over the gents Men - Sign on many doors Men - Part of the world's population Men - Manpower providers? Men - - - -o'-war (ships) Men - Soldiers Men - Crew Men - Soldiers midway through armenia Men - Pieces or tokens Men - Sign on a door Men - About half the population Men - Nfl players, e.g Men - Possessors of y chromosomes Men - Dads and uncles Men - Multiple males Men - Gq target Men - Good bit of the population Men - Exasperated comment from a feminist Men - 'luxuries,' not 'necessities,' per cher Men - Baritones, typically Men - Those working undercover in environmentalism Men - Grownup boys Men - "___ in black" (1997 film) Men - Restroom door word Men - 'robin hood: ___ in tights' Men - Maxim magazine's intended audience Men - Bros, e.g Men - All chess pieces (even the queen!) Men - Bishops and rooks Men - All supreme court justices until 1981 Men - Esquire's target audience Men - The three stooges or the three musketeers Men - Workers confined in internment camp Men - Maxim's target audience Men - Not-so-hairy primates Men - Multiple guys Men - Wise __ Men - All chess pieces, inaptly Men - Nfl players Men - Some grown-ups Men - All the suspects in 'the usual suspects' Men - Chess kings and queens Men - Fraternity membership Men - Some of the workers undercover? long time no see! Men - ___ at work Men - Boyz ii ___ Men - '80s band: ___ at work Men - What was "raining" on the weather girls Men - Camper van beethoven "pictures of matchstick ___" Men - "it's raining ___, hallelujah!" Men - Of monsters and ___ Men - One-hitters baha ___ Men - '00 nickelback hit "leader of ___" Men - Will smith "___ in black" Men - Will smith hit "___ in black" Men - Gq's target audience Men - Algerians get away from line managers and workers Men - Male personnel Men - Grandfathers, e.g Men - Many adults Men - Bishops and pawns Men - 'peace on earth, good will to ___' Men - About 80% of members of congress Men - See 12 across Men - Most priests Men - '-- in black' Men - All major party presidential nominees, until 2016 Men - Dukes and earls Men - "___ in black" (smith/jones movie) Men - "are we not ___? we are devo!" Men - Three wise ___ (magi) Men - Valets, e.g Men - Leaders of patriarchies Men - Bathroom sign Men - About half of the adult population Men - Bishops and knights Men - All mcsorley's old ale house patrons until 1970 Men - Maxim's target readership Men - Popes and cardinals, but not nuns Men - Ones 'from mars' Men - Kings and bishops Men - Cardinals and popes Men - Pawns, e.g Men - Attachment to "he" or "work" Men - See 7 across Men - All official boston marathon entrants, once Men - 'white __ can't jump' Men - Boyz ii ___ (a cappella trio) Men - "white __ can't jump" Men - Soldiers from the platoon each finishing Men - Some awesome network for workers Men - Sherwood forest's merry ___ Men - Warlocks, but not witches