**One** - Two halves

##### Word by letter:

**One**- Letter on O- 1 - st. word
**O** - 2 - st. word
**N** - 3 - st. word
**E**

**All questions by word:**

**One**- 'we're number ___!'

**One**- Married

**One**- Low note

**One**- Buck

**One**- It's for the money

**One**- Joined

**One**- Bit of binary code

**One**- Till bill

**One**- 800 preceder

**One**- Lunch time, maybe

**One**- 'a chorus line' standard

**One**- What i may mean

**One**- 'my ___ and only'

**One**- Singleton

**One**- 1969 three dog night hit

**One**- Tv's 'murder ___'

**One**- Unified

**One**- Small bill

**One**- Twice 79-down

**One**- Early afternoon

**One**- Half and half

**One**- A wee hour

**One**- Last number in a countdown

**One**- Four quarters

**One**- Late-late hour

**One**- Ending of most odds

**One**- Word repeated in 'takes ___ to know ___'

**One**- Wee hour

**One**- Together

**One**- Latish lunchtime

**One**- Washington's bill

**One**- A quarter of four

**One**- Last word of the year, often

**One**- Sum of the parts

**One**- Common lunch time

**One**- Inseparable

**One**- Day ___

**One**- Best seller's number

**One**- United

**One**- Wedded

**One**- 38-across, to us

**One**- It precedes 'blastoff!'

**One**- Microphone tester's word

**One**- Count start

**One**- Undivided

**One**- Top-of-the-chart number

**One**- Telephone button that lacks letters

**One**- Point value in scrabble of every letter in this puzzle

**One**- Bill in a till

**One**- Start for step or stop

**One**- Lunch hour

**One**- Start of long-distance dialing

**One**- "a chorus line" tune

**One**- Traditional fastball sign

**One**- Word before "blast off!"

**One**- Word surrounding "on" and "by"

**One**- Single word

**One**- Half and half?

**One**- Letterless phone button

**One**- Slender figure?

**One**- Sometimes it's for the money

**One**- Start of a long distance call

**One**- Washington is on it

**One**- See 5-down

**One**- It's heard before a liftoff

**One**- 'a chorus line' number

**One**- Formula ___

**One**- 'blastoff!' preceder

**One**- It's inseparable

**One**- "--- true thing" (1998)

**One**- Better than none

**One**- The loneliest number, in song

**One**- Starting square

**One**- Two less than 38-down

**One**- It might be broken into quarters

**One**- 'you're still the ___' (1998 grammy winner)

**One**- Washington bill

**One**- Lunch hour, maybe

**One**- Only partner

**One**- Beatles' compilation

**One**- Lonely number

**One**- "--- if by land..."

**One**- Series opener

**One**- Loved ___

**One**- Top position

**One**- Word with horse or track

**One**- Biggest word on a buck

**One**- Billfold item

**One**- 56-across + 56-across

**One**- Binary system element

**One**- 'the loneliest number'

**One**- Lunchtime, perhaps

**One**- Of the same mind

**One**- Solitary

**One**- Fraction of a 46-across

**One**- 'take ___'

**One**- Number in the "pledge of allegiance"

**One**- Word before "blastoff!"

**One**- Change-machine insert

**One**- See 27-across

**One**- The first cardinal

**One**- It precedes "blastoff!"

**One**- With 15-down, low

**One**- Champion's number

**One**- Next to nothing?

**One**- I

**One**- With 60-down, eventually

**One**- A

**One**- Common lunchtime

**One**- It's better than none

**One**- Cellular ___

**One**- Unrealistic potato chip serving

**One**- Single thing

**One**- Sight from the cuckoo's nest?

**One**- What i might mean?

**One**- Number of es in this puzzle?

**One**- Whole

**One**- Minimal order

**One**- Smallest positive integer

**One**- In agreement

**One**- Hydrogen's atomic number

**One**- Low digit

**One**- Lunch time, for some

**One**- Simple ticket order

**One**- Wallet bill

**One**- Start of a long-distance call

**One**- Eight bits

**One**- Like-minded

**One**- Individual

**One**- Indivisible

**One**- January, briefly

**One**- Area code preceder

**One**- It's its own square

**One**- Something to grow on?

**One**- '___ fine day' (1963 chiffons hit)

**One**- Part of a countdown

**One**- "___ if by land ..."

**One**- It's "for the money"

**One**- Count near the end of a countdown

**One**- Something for the road

**One**- End of a countdown

**One**- "we're number ___!"

**One**- With 17-across, cause of mass ruin

**One**- Person

**One**- 1300 hours

**One**- Self starter

**One**- "take ___"

**One**- I, to claudius

**One**- "a chorus line" showstopper

**One**- ___ of a kind

**One**- See 60-across

**One**- With 25-across, 50%

**One**- Leading figure

**One**- Free throw score

**One**- The loneliest number

**One**- "... there remained not ___." (ex. 8:31)

**One**- 'that's ___ for the books!'

**One**- Divided by itself, the result is the same

**One**- With 31-across, some clubs

**One**- Penultimate word in a countdown

**One**- Yearling's number

**One**- Free throw total

**One**- ". . . there remained not ___" (ex. 8:31)

**One**- Early afternoon hour

**One**- With 59-down, type of punch

**One**- No longer divided

**One**- End of a break, often

**One**- Opening number?

**One**- A quarter of four?

**One**- Loneliest number

**One**- Air force follower

**One**- Solitaire quorum

**One**- With 51-down, a common tennis score

**One**- Ace, sometimes

**One**- Something for the books

**One**- The first cardinal?

**One**- Ace

**One**- Liftoff preceder

**One**- Word on a dollar

**One**- Hydrogen's number

**One**- Score on an aced hole

**One**- "by the time i count to three" follower

**One**- Afternoon hour

**One**- Beginning of most new york zip codes

**One**- White monopoly bill

**One**- Eagle's bill?

**One**- It contains four quarters

**One**- Number before 'liftoff!'

**One**- Bill in the till

**One**- Self starter?

**One**- It's dialed before a long-distance number

**One**- Part of binary code

**One**- Word for the books

**One**- Ireland's 2004 olympic medal count

**One**- Word before and after 'by,' 'on,' or 'to'

**One**- Small integer

**One**- ___-track mind

**One**- In need of gas?

**One**- Binary digit

**One**- Bottom of some scales

**One**- Calorie count of some diet drinks

**One**- Unrealistic potato chip portion

**One**- America's country code

**One**- With 4-down, some swimsuits

**One**- "takes ___ to know ..."

**One**- Free-throw score

**One**- I for claudius

**One**- It's the loneliest number

**One**- Two halves

**One**- Till bill, perhaps

**One**- I might stand for it

**One**- Part of a new year's eve countdown

**One**- Partner of all

**One**- "a chorus line" song

**One**- Ozzie smith's retired number

**One**- Barely any

**One**- Clue that started this all

**One**- Long-distance dialing requirement

**One**- White bill in monopoly

**One**- It shares a key with !

**One**- What i will always be?

**One**- It could start 17, 58-across and 10, 25-down

**One**- U2 hit

**One**- Capital ___ bank

**One**- Number in the pledge of allegiance

**One**- "a chorus line" number

**One**- Last word of the year

**One**- A third of 100?

**One**- Number that "sesame street" was not "brought to you by" for many years

**One**- "__ flew over the cuckoo's nest"

**One**- Start of a googolplex

**One**- "a chorus line" number?

**One**- X to the zero power

**One**- '___ moment'

**One**- Hour after noon

**One**- Lowest sudoku digit

**One**- Word on both sides of on and by

**One**- When lunch hour ends, often

**One**- Word before "happy new year!"?

**One**- The same partner?

**One**- What 119 across means

**One**- Common bill

**One**- Countdown word

**One**- Air force ___

**One**- "imagine"'s last word

**One**- "___ singular sensation . . ."

**One**- Purina ___ (pet food)

**One**- A person

**One**- Bill in a till, perhaps

**One**- "... ___ nation under god ..."

**One**- Solo number

**One**- U2 song covered by johnny cash

**One**- Number for the books?

**One**- Not split

**One**- Beatles compilation

**One**- List beginning

**One**- Five percent of a score

**One**- An individual

**One**- Its root is itself

**One**- Binary code digit

**One**- "___ of these days, alice ..."

**One**- Bad rating

**One**- _____hundred mile house, british columbia

**One**- Dollar bill

**One**- With 74-down, unanimity

**One**- Numerator for this puzzle's theme answers

**One**- Small cardinal?

**One**- 'a chorus line' song

**One**- Four fourths

**One**- Small digit

**One**- "... the two shall be as __": "the wedding song"

**One**- Bill in the till, perhaps

**One**- Year ovid's 'metamorphoses' was published

**One**- Word on a penny

**One**- List opener

**One**- It's next to nothing?

**One**- Small cardinal

**One**- It's for the money?

**One**- What i can be?

**One**- It is its own root

**One**- What i might be?

**One**- I, for claudius

**One**- Minor bill

**One**- Single

**One**- Letterless phone number

**One**- Sucky concert attendance

**One**- An hour after noon

**One**- Free-throw value

**One**- Sawbuck fraction

**One**- It's next to nothing

**One**- Missing broadcast channel

**One**- Last word of lennon's "imagine"

**One**- "__ for the money ..."

**One**- Atomic number of hydrogen

**One**- The same partner

**One**- It's green and tender

**One**- -

**One**- 1992 u2 top 10 hit

**One**- Hit for u2 and metallica

**One**- Sole

**One**- Number before liftoff

**One**- Word before 'ignition ... liftoff!'

**One**- Prime number factor

**One**- Night stand leader?

**One**- It equals itself cubed

**One**- Top 10 u2 hit of 1992

**One**- Fused

**One**- With 52- and 39-across, gradually

**One**- Beatles collection

**One**- Latish lunch hour

**One**- Common tip jar item

**One**- Long-distance number starter

**One**- "night stand" start

**One**- Sugar-free pepsi product

**One**- Bottom of a scale

**One**- It has no letters on a phone

**One**- Word on a dime

**One**- Number before 'ignition ... liftoff!'

**One**- With 32-across, a ball game

**One**- Digit in binary code

**One**- Mr. right, with 'the'

**One**- Three dog night number

**One**- Number of operas composed by beethoven

**One**- U2 single released after "mysterious ways"

**One**- "god bless us, every ___!"

**One**- Primary figure

**One**- Unit circle radius

**One**- "a chorus line" finale

**One**- With 105-down, a short play

**One**- Number in a million?

**One**- Ace's value, at times

**One**- Number of super bowls brett favre won

**One**- Like many a raver

**One**- Not even a few

**One**- Song that follows "sunday bloody sunday" on the album "u218 singles"

**One**- I might signify this

**One**- Word with "square" or "loved"

**One**- Yearling's age

**One**- With 41 across, a vitamin brand

**One**- Canadian 'loonie' denomination

**One**- Beginning of all new york zip codes

**One**- Neuter pronoun

**One**- The same companion?

**One**- Hit 1992 u2 'single'

**One**- Small note

**One**- Pre-blastoff number

**One**- Die's lowest

**One**- What two heads are better than

**One**- Combined

**One**- Unnamed person

**One**- Starting point?

**One**- Fifth single digit, alphabetically

**One**- Its square root is itself

**One**- "the loneliest number," in a 1969 hit

**One**- 'that ___'

**One**- Penultimate countdown word, often

**One**- Solid yellow billiard ball

**One**- Low end of many scales

**One**- Unspecified person

**One**- 'the loneliest number,' in a three dog night song

**One**- Greenback

**One**- Finish on top

**One**- 'this round's ___'

**One**- Metallica song parodied in a 'shreds' video on youtube

**One**- Word with day or way

**One**- Any positive integer to the zeroth power

**One**- Snake eye?

**One**- Pepsi brand that's also its calorie count

**One**- Value of any scrabble tile in the word 'ordinates'

**One**- Billy martin, for the yankees

**One**- Relieving number?

**One**- See 35-down

**One**- I can mean this

**One**- "hickory dickory dock" time

**One**- Consolidated

**One**- Hour after midnight

**One**- Impossible number in a football score

**One**- Two halved

**One**- What i is?

**One**- Number on a driver

**One**- Gender-neutral pronoun

**One**- An example

**One**- Number for the road?

**One**- With 41-down, quaint sandlot game

**One**- Cosine of 2 pi

**One**- Word on a penny or a dime

**One**- Difference between a baker's dozen and a dozen

**One**- Three dog night hit written by nilsson

**One**- Une

**One**- Where to find a portrait of george washington

**One**- Seventh row

**One**- Marine ___ (presidential helicopter)

**One**- See 32-down

**One**- What i might indicate

**One**- Three dog night's first gold record

**One**- Cosine of zero degrees

**One**- Common tip jar bill

**One**- Cyclops eye count

**One**- Low die roll

**One**- Change machine insert

**One**- ___-man band

**One**- Distance forward in the alphabet that each changed letter in the theme entries has moved

**One**- Bill that might be broken for video games

**One**- Single entity

**One**- Divisor for any number

**One**- A single

**One**- ___ and only

**One**- Number that's its own square root

**One**- With 125-across, words before customer

**One**- Pepsi diet drink

**One**- ___ for the books

**One**- ______ for the money

**One**- Marine __ (presidential helicopter)

**One**- What i might mean

**One**- Singular digit

**One**- Pee wee reese, for the dodgers

**One**- Number of states whose last two letters are its own postal abbreviation

**One**- "__ for the money . . ."

**One**- Single from '...and justice for all'

**One**- ___ for the road

**One**- List beginning, often

**One**- Number of even prime numbers

**One**- ___ -horse town

**One**- Three dog night hit

**One**- "pick a number from __ ..."

**One**- Start of a long-odds phrase

**One**- Bill that's quite easy to change

**One**- "___ for the money ..."

**One**- Cather's "___ of ours"

**One**- It equals itself to the 100th power

**One**- End of lunch time, maybe

**One**- Top-of-the-charts number

**One**- Diet-drink calorie count

**One**- Square __

**One**- Sum of all parts

**One**- Hour past noon

**One**- With 42-across, birdie?

**One**- No longer separate

**One**- Loneliest number, it's said

**One**- Less than a couple

**One**- Count's start

**One**- ___-eyed jack

**One**- Night stand opening?

**One**- It may be more than enough

**One**- Bill featuring washington

**One**- Bit of bread

**One**- Tenth of a sawbuck

**One**- Sixty minutes past 12

**One**- Vending machine insert

**One**- Telephone button without letters

**One**- "__ size fits all"

**One**- Countdown's penultimate number, perhaps

**One**- White monopoly item

**One**- "___ mo' time"

**One**- Mike-tester's word

**One**- Typical studio apartment room count

**One**- Number of tiles per scrabble set for the letter at the end of the answer to each starred clue

**One**- Word before "... liftoff!"

**One**- Homophone for "won"

**One**- "the loneliest number," in a song

**One**- What every number is divisible by

**One**- Sawbuck tenth

**One**- Hardly any?

**One**- *as a package

**One**- Word before a lot of shouting and kissing, this friday night

**One**- The loneliest number of song

**One**- Top 10 hit from u2's "achtung baby" album

**One**- Square to go back to?

**One**- Solid yellow ball on the pool table

**One**- Admit ___

**One**- With 39-across, soapbox racer, e.g

**One**- ___-two punch

**One**- "good ___!"

**One**- Capital ___ (credit card company)

**One**- United states, our # ____ trader

**One**- E's value, in scrabble

**One**- See 59 down

**One**- ___ in a million

**One**- Binary code number

**One**- The wee-est hour?

**One**- 'let the right ___ in'

**One**- Top-of-the-leaderboard number

**One**- Smallest dining party

**One**- Bill below five

**One**- ___ -two punch

**One**- George's bill

**One**- Loneliest number?

**One**- Snake eye (as this completed puzzle depicts)

**One**- Single unit

**One**- Part that starts

**One**- Hit song from "achtung baby"

**One**- Lunchtime for some

**One**- Not divided

**One**- Valedictorian's rank

**One**- Five before six?

**One**- Low bill

**One**- Unbroken

**One**- Early hour

**One**- Die face

**One**- Wallet bill

**One**- Area-code preceder

**One**- Count starter

**One**- Die roll

**One**- Countdown end

**One**- Start of a count

**One**- Low number

**One**- Math unity

**One**- Counting start

**One**- Low digit

**One**- Unity

**One**- Area code preceder for some

**One**- Half of two

**One**- 'a chorus line' smash

**One**- Insepar-able

**One**- With 30-down, combination punch

**One**- Lunch hour, for some

**One**- Counter's start

**One**- Little bill

**One**- With 27-across, combination punch

**One**- With 34-down, kayo combination

**One**- With 36-across, minimal change

**One**- ... for this

**One**- 'a chorus line' showstopper

**One**- Unit

**One**- Three minus two

**One**- Joined at the hip

**One**- Dollar

**One**- With 41-across, boxing ploy

**One**- Bill in a tip jar

**One**- Billfold bill

**One**- See 108-down

**One**- A certain

**One**- Not broken

**One**- Tip jar bill

**One**- With 94-across, gets the better of

**One**- With 3-down, short film

**One**- With 100-down, quick jokes

**One**- Smackeroo

**One**- Pepsi variety

**One**- Hit song from 'achtung baby'

**One**- Unspecified individual

**One**- It's its own reciprocal

**One**- Formula ___ racing

**One**- You might get ill after this in ireland

**One**- What a singular way to put an end to 13 across!

**One**- You might get ill with this in ireland

**One**- That's enough to make you ill in ireland

**One**- You may get ill in ireland after this

**One**- How the old statesman ran away with a negative result

**One**- At this you try to make amends for it

**One**- Beg you like this to go away

**One**- You might get ill in ireland

**One**- Is there a single way to get at this to put things right?

**One**- That's not too sound

**One**- Was 9 across single to the last?

**One**- Beg this and go

**One**- You make the half of 33 down

**One**- You came first, by the sound of it

**One**- The sound came first

**One**- You would need 23 down from ireland

**One**- How you might get ill in ireland

**One**- No, nobody gets this

**One**- Might get ill in ireland

**One**- Beg this and go away

**One**- This in the dt's could have you stoned

**One**- That could make you ill in ireland

**One**- I would come to a single point after a hundred

**One**- You may come before 15 across in ireland

**One**- Beg with this and you'll be told to leave

**One**- There's a layer of oz over this for you

**One**- You might be in ireland with 14 down

**One**- This gets off all by itself

**One**- Like this you get ill in ireland

**One**- Like this you might get ill in ireland

**One**- Could be you that gets ill in ireland

**One**- Beg with this and go away

**One**- To sound only half like this

**One**- You could get ill in ireland with this

**One**- If you precede 27 across, you're from ireland

**One**- Beg with this and clear out, you!

**One**- You put an end to 20 down

**One**- May sound like thirteen, ours

**One**- You would get ill in ireland

**One**- For this the sound of u will do

**One**- Smallest whole number

**One**- Single person or thing

**One**- Single, unitary

**One**- You might get him ill in ireland

**One**- You may get ill after this in ireland

**One**- "___ if by land" (part of revere's signal)

**One**- Brando's "the wild ___"

**One**- Single and undivided

**One**- Indefinite pronoun

**One**- Impossible score in football

**One**- "___ life to live"

**One**- Every number is divisible by it

**One**- This is singular

**One**- Only partner?

**One**- That's who gets ill in ireland

**One**- You get ill in ireland

**One**- You may see 21 across for this

**One**- A singular way to get ill in ireland

**One**- You, ill after this in ireland?

**One**- After this you need 23 down to be irish

**One**- You would be less than two

**One**- You get followed by 14 down for a person from ireland

**One**- You may get ill in ireland

**One**- In short, u?

**One**- After this you may get ill in ireland

**One**- This makes 14 down singularly irish

**One**- You get ill in ireland after this

**One**- Like you, i'll follow him from ireland

**One**- Beg this to ask you to go away

**One**- You get ill after this in ireland

**One**- You get so ill in ireland

**One**- You get to be ill in ireland

**One**- You might get so ill in ireland

**One**- It's only you who might get ill in ireland

**One**- What you get ill with in ireland

**One**- He gets ill in ireland

**One**- 50-down, casually

**One**- It has four quarters?

**One**- Any number divided by itself

**One**- Factor of every integer

**One**- See 60-down

**One**- Lowest cardinal number

**One**- Alternative to i, you, he or she

**One**- Word that appears eight times on a dollar bill

**One**- Lunch hour for some

**One**- Countdown penultimate

**One**- Bill with a pyramid

**One**- Addition to 18-, 23-, 40-, 54- and 60-across

**One**- I might signify this?

**One**- ___-horse town

**One**- Next to nothing

**One**- 'just the ___'

**One**- Any nonzero number divided by itself

**One**- With 115-down, basis of monotheism

**One**- Signal for a fastball

**One**- 2000 beatles album or its peak chart position

**One**- Mike-testing word, often

**One**- Vague pronoun

**One**- Core of opponents?

**One**- Impersonal pronoun

**One**- Number before "liftoff!"

**One**- Number of even primes

**One**- January, in some dates

**One**- Telephone key with no letters

**One**- "__ fine day": 1963 hit

**One**- Withdrawn canadian currency bill

**One**- Number to the left of this answer

**One**- Whole sole

**One**- Singular royal pronoun

**One**- Footballing combination went out in unexciting draw?

**One**- Unity for which europe initially gets no backing

**One**- Oh, whatever they say to be in agreement!

**One**- Single person

**One**- M

**One**- In dire need of gas

**One**- __-eyed jack

**One**- Upright figure?

**One**- Number of hits that ruins a perfect game

**One**- Hole-in-___ (duffer's dream)

**One**- Long-distance call starter

**One**- Bonded

**One**- Word before 'liftoff!'

**One**- Time of a kind

**One**- Tip jar addition

**One**- It was retired by the yankees in 1986

**One**- From day ___ (since the start)

**One**- Only

**One**- "there's ___ in every crowd"

**One**- ___-in-a-million

**One**- Pepsi ___

**One**- Number whose square equals its square root

**One**- With 60-across, length of a new york times crossword difficulty sequence

**One**- See 82-across

**One**- Letterless phone key

**One**- Unlettered phone number

**One**- Small number

**One**- Coveted "billboard" position

**One**- With 55-across, 365 days

**One**- Derivative with respect to 'x' in f(x) = x + 10

**One**- A bill in the till

**One**- __ of a kind

**One**- "___ for the money, two for . . ."

**One**- Maître d's "are you by yourself?"

**One**- The cosine of zero

**One**- "for no ___" (beatles song)

**One**- With 24-across, like edward albee's 'the zoo story'

**One**- 'a chorus line' hit

**One**- "a chorus line" hit

**One**- Solid-yellow billiard ball

**One**- Leaner's point value

**One**- Goalie's jersey number, often

**One**- Big word on a buck

**One**- With 122-down, like a cyclops

**One**- Famous square?

**One**- 20/20

**One**- Thomas the tank engine's number

**One**- '91 u2 hit

**One**- 12 months old

**One**- Number that's its own square

**One**- Late lunch hour

**One**- Possible lunch hour

**One**- Pepsi ___, sugar-free cola

**One**- Last word of "a christmas carol"

**One**- __ of a kind (unique)

**One**- Needing a fill-up

**One**- Number dialed before an area code

**One**- Unique

**One**- "___ moment, please"

**One**- You, generically

**One**- Pretty much out of fuel, according to the gas gauge

**One**- Single for metallica in 1989 and u2 in 1992

**One**- "ok, first of all"

**One**- Snake eyes half

**One**- Three thirds

**One**- "___ size fits all"

**One**- With 12-down, sign with an arrow

**One**- See 29-across

**One**- With 34 down, certain combo

**One**- Total "for the road"

**One**- "first off ..."

**One**- "___ nation, under god ..."

**One**- Vowel's point value in scrabble

**One**- Pitcher, in baseball-scoring shorthand

**One**- ___ direction (boy band)

**One**- A "hickory dickory dock" time

**One**- First digit a toddler is taught, often

**One**- Warren moon's jersey number

**One**- Bill often passed?

**One**- God bless us ___ and all

**One**- Pepsi brand

**One**- Point value of an a in scrabble

**One**- Bono's ngo

**One**- First number dialed when calling long distance

**One**- Impossible point total in american pro football

**One**- "___ more time!"

**One**- Partner of only

**One**- I may stand for it

**One**- Number of beethoven operas

**One**- Single in a wallet

**One**- 50/50

**One**- Square to go back to

**One**- Opposite of six, on a die

**One**- Late night hour

**One**- A third of 111?

**One**- Best-selling number?

**One**- Tangent of 45 degrees

**One**- A number .

**One**- Xbox ___

**One**- 1992 u2 song

**One**- Area code lead-in

**One**- Minimum attendance figure

**One**- Number of gods in a monotheistic faith

**One**- "story of my life" band __ direction

**One**- With 10-down, certain punch

**One**- Coney midway?

**One**- ___-hit wonder

**One**- College named for a norwegian king

**One**- Champ's number

**One**- 1300 hours, to a civilian

**One**- 13:00 hours

**One**- What i can be

**One**- Bob marley's '___ love'

**One**- 21st word of the pledge of allegiance

**One**- In dire need of gas, say

**One**- Only companion

**One**- Ozzie smith's number

**One**- 20 percent of a fin

**One**- Most-passed bill

**One**- Wallet item

**One**- Number of gods in monotheism

**One**- Exclamation point's key-mate

**One**- Singleton's number

**One**- "chorus line" finale

**One**- Score for an ace

**One**- Sounds like came out on top in two halves

**One**- Word on a buck

**One**- See 46-down

**One**- This individual was successful in audition

**One**- Cardinal loses time at start of plainchant

**One**- - touch (sugarbabes)

**One**- You and i

**One**- Female rapper, ruff ryder's first lady

**One**- Numbered like a lighthouse family success

**One**- Pop idol young

**One**- Play maker

**One**- The world's biggest-selling album

**One**- --- quiet night (pat metheny's current album)

**One**- 'i' is a pronoun

**One**- Steven tyler, joe perry etc

**One**- Step off liner and all may follow this cardinal

**One**- Number of inches in t.rex's rock

**One**- Solitary score

**One**- I was the first to be heard

**One**- Charles or davies possibly

**One**- Seaman's number

**One**- Single long iron

**One**- & 5 down neil finn's favourite score

**One**- A certain; single person

**One**- Number of ricardo at euro two thousand and four

**One**- See thirteen across

**One**- Such songs say such much to elton john

**One**- Number of caps won by tommy smith

**One**- The byrds' debut album

**One**- Dirty vegas' latest album release

**One**- State of a weill / brecht song recorded by david bowie

**One**- Steve harmison's haul in cape town

**One**- David james on the team-sheet

**One**- Longest iron

**One**- A single joke

**One**- Leading cardinal was most successful in speech

**One**- Individual taking drug?

**One**- Identical

**One**- I was successful on radio

**One**- Sole; identical

**One**- Individual feeling ecstatic?

**One**- Sole; number

**One**- Person taking ecstasy

**One**- Person having vanished, no good

**One**- Cardinal achieved mastery in speech

**One**- The same; number

**One**- Joke triumphed in the auditorium

**One**- Joke repeated by honeymooner

**One**- If upper-class, perhaps i must stand for unity

**One**- Lowest number

**One**- Single; the same

**One**- Single, sole

**One**- United emerged victorious? we wouldn't all say that

**One**- Number in the upper left of this grid

**One**- Start of almost every zip code in new york

**One**- "strike ___" (ump's call)

**One**- Word on a dollar bill

**One**- Result of dividing any number by itself

**One**- Small dining party

**One**- Number that's its own cube

**One**- "the loneliest number"

**One**- Lowest sudoku number

**One**- Low number in sudoku

**One**- Number on 68 of the 100 scrabble tiles

**One**- Common odds ending

**One**- 'a chorus line' finale

**One**- Liftoff preceder?

**One**- There's a guy named george on it

**One**- Pee wee reese's number

**One**- "it happened ___ night" (1934 film)

**One**- Number of single-syllable u.s. states

**One**- An hour before 9 across

**One**- "___ minute" ("hold on")

**One**- Figure

**One**- Chart position reached by all the albums seen in the starred clues in this puzzle

**One**- Second part of 16

**One**- Anne's modelling done in creased skirts for old price

**One**- Individual who finished first, they say

**One**- A name in old english

**One**- Had beaten, say, time

**One**- 1

**One**- United, triumphed over, we're told

**One**- Single type of eon

**One**- Individual achieved success, we hear

**One**- Unit gained first prize, reportedly

**One**- & 18 the heavyweight of chinese food, so i've heard

**One**- And 24 across, 16 down and 18 down: game point robinson, hard foe to beat

**One**- The count's origin?

**One**- And 23a, 26a and 12a: so many nights for scheherazade -- her number's up here

**One**- And 15: with this, being obsessed with a single idea to the exclusion of others

**One**- Reportedly came out on top in both halves

**One**- Quarter of four

**One**- Solitary figure?

**One**- Word with "way" or "track"

**One**- Word before "happy new year!"

**One**- "__ good turn . . ."

**One**- Scrabble value of every letter in relations

**One**- Factor of every prime number

**One**- Word with man or horse

**One**- 'good ___!'

**One**- Twelve fifty-nine? wait a minute!

**One**- Acting as a group

**One**- "__ life to live"

**One**- Easy number to learn

**One**- I, in roman numerals

**One**- (5 x 3) - (7 x 2) = ?

**One**- Word just before 'blastoff'

**One**- '___ crazy summer' (cusack/moore rom-com)

**One**- Tail-end of a countdown

**One**- "___ crazy summer" (cusack/moore rom-com)

**One**- Follower of formula or air force

**One**- Largest word on a buck

**One**- Last ___

**One**- It has four quarters

**One**- Bill that wasn't redesigned

**One**- Little bit of dough

**One**- Free-throw point value

**One**- Score for a post-touchdown kick

**One**- Common lunch hour

**One**- "you're the __ that i want": "grease" song

**One**- Word before and after 'to,' 'on' or 'for'

**One**- Blast-off preceder

**One**- Low figure getting high?

**One**- Horse population of a small town?

**One**- Easy number to add

**One**- It's the same when squared

**One**- "___ nation, under god . . ."

**One**- I took the prize for recitation

**One**- Number of monosyllabic u.s. state names

**One**- Number suggested by a foam finger

**One**- Beginning "square"

**One**- A single entity

**One**- Billy martin's retired number

**One**- Last word in 'a christmas carol'

**One**- Impossible super bowl score

**One**- White bill in a monopoly set

**One**- I can stand for it

**One**- Penultimate countdown word

**One**- Number you just read

**One**- With 'the,' neo's hidden identity in 'the matrix'

**One**- Half of eleven

**One**- What 57 down means

**One**- On time at last for start of count

**One**- The downbeat

**One**- 1300, to civilians

**One**- Multihued horse

**One**- Scarcely any

**One**- Points for a free throw

**One**- Vending machine bill

**One**- Maximum value of sine

**One**- Word on a susan b. anthony coin

**One**- Counter's beginning

**One**- You, impersonally

**One**- It lacks letters on a telephone keypad

**One**- Teen's opening number?

**One**- Late-night hour

**One**- What the unified are

**One**- Top chart spot

**One**- Vowel's value in scrabble

**One**- 'that was ___ time!!!'

**One**- "all for ___ and . . ."

**One**- "___ if by land . . ."

**One**- Racing's formula ___

**One**- With 48-down, kind of street

**One**- A googol divided by a googol

**One**- __-man band

**One**- Lowest score on the hilton scale

**One**- Light air, on the beaufort scale

**One**- Individual in question

**One**- Canadian loonie's denomination

**One**- First of all

**One**- Result of dividing any nonzero number by itself

**One**- Score for a free throw

**One**- Pee wee reese's retired number

**One**- See 8 down

**One**- 1989 grammy-winning metallica song

**One**- Top left number on this

**One**- Brian of ambient music

**One**- With 45-down, what each singer in the answers to the starred clues goes by

**One**- Chart-topping number

**One**- See 39-across

**One**- With 53-down, like some rural roads

**One**- Number on a foam finger

**One**- Loneliest number, according to a harry nilsson song

**One**- Somebody regularly taking mdma

**One**- Cold or fast follower

**One**- Factor of a prime number

**One**- Word on pennies

**One**- Valedictorian's number

**One**- Many a numerator

**One**- It shows george's face

**One**- Bill often passed

**One**- I departed, heading off

**One**- Having the indivisible character of a unit

**One**- Dollar value of a loonie

**One**- "out of many, ___" (e pluribus unum)

**One**- 'army of ___' (recruiting slogan)

**One**- Ironically, the last song in 'a chorus line'

**One**- Opening number

**One**- What might replace you?

**One**- I, at times

**One**- Impossible score in american football

**One**- ___ world trade center

**One**- Out of gas, informally

**One**- Tip jar denomination

**One**- With 37-down, very poor rating

**One**- Bill with washington's face

**One**- Unique digit in a googol

**One**- With 42 down, geologist's billion years

**One**- United over missing out on first place

**One**- Not you specifically

**One**- Mississauga's square ____

**One**- Warren moon's retired number

**One**- Word with "moment" or "sec"

**One**- Impossible nfl score

**One**- Three dog night's "loneliest number"

**One**- ______ dollar bills

**One**- Most common scrabble tile value

**One**- Hour in 'hickory dickory dock'

**One**- 'liftoff!' preceder

**One**- Bob marley "___ love"

**One**- "when it's ___ need, in the night" (u2)

**One**- "__ is the loneliest number ..."

**One**- U2: "achtung baby" smash

**One**- Numerical three dog night smash

**One**- "did i disappoint you?" u2 song

**One**- Orleans "still the ___"

**One**- Neil diamond/waylon jennings "___ good love"

**One**- Performed by metallica at '89 grammys

**One**- Pink floyd "___ of these days"

**One**- "is it getting better?" u2 song

**One**- J. geils "___ last kiss"

**One**- Singular bee gees song?

**One**- Phish "my sweet ___"

**One**- Robert plant "tall cool ___"

**One**- George michael "___ more try"

**One**- "is it getting better, or do you feel the same" u2 song

**One**- '92 u2 smash

**One**- Ccr "suzie q. (part ___)"

**One**- Melissa etheridge "i'm the only ___"

**One**- Word before 'happy new year!'

**One**- Number of nba titles steph curry has

**One**- Word repeated in 'it takes ___ to know ___'

**One**- Number of presidents who resigned

**One**- No power can change it

**One**- Cardinal number in the pledge of allegiance

**One**- "out of many, ___"

**One**- Number of one-syllable u.s. state names

**One**- I, perhaps

**One**- 'first of all...'

**One**- 'lit' binary digit

**One**- You, more formally

**One**- See 32-across

**One**- Phone number with no letters

**One**- Part of 63 across' meaning

**One**- Square of itself

**One**- ___-trick pony

**One**- 35-across, translated

**One**- Number of fingers to signal a fastball

**One**- Scrabble's lowest point value

**One**- Red hot chili peppers "___ hot minute"

**One**- Figure taking drugs

**One**- A single unit

**One**- Word before "liftoff!"

**One**- Number of emails sent by warren buffett in his entire life

**One**- The "loneliest number"

**One**- U2 song

**One**- It doesn't change when squared

**One**- Job ___ (priority)

**One**- Metallica's first top 40 hit

**One**- Back to square __

**One**- With 96-down, 'hang on a minute!'

**One**- 1300 hours, to civilians

**One**- Largest sine value

**One**- 'just __ moment'

**One**- "just __ moment"

**One**- Cardinal ozzie smith's retired uniform number

**One**- Key near q

**One**- Beatles "for no ___"

**One**- "___ of these days, alice . . ."

**One**- Bill with an eye of providence

**One**- Repeated number in the fibonacci sequence

**One**- Integrated part of compression engine

**One**- Starting number, often

**One**- "... and all for ___"

**One**- It's the same squared or not

**One**- Camper van beethoven "___ of these days"

**One**- "single" digit

**One**- Single topped the chart, we hear

**One**- "___ is the loneliest number"

**One**- Factor of every prime

**One**- Tilde key's neighbor

**One**- How you might be referred to

**One**- Foam finger number

**One**- Winner's number

**One**- It comes after twelve

**One**- And 24 across, 16 down, 18 down: jack point?

**One**- What may replace you?

**One**- With 18-down, distribution limitation, informally

**One**- Low integer

**One**- "won" homophone

**One**- Bill with a bright eye

**One**- No clue

**One**- Tip-jar insert, often

**One**- Beginning square?

**One**- It comes after 12 daily

**One**- Pi's first digit after the decimal

**One**- See 64 down

**One**- "loneliest number" of song

**One**- Pepsi product that's also its calorie count

**One**- Impossible score in u.s. football

**One**- Table for __

**One**- Number for the best

**One**- Most common scrabble tile point value

**One**- Some person

**One**- 'rogue ___'

**One**- Number of states bordered by maine

**One**- Party often seated at the bar

**One**- Cones center?

**One**- Eugene __, 3's greatest work

**One**- Hole in __

**One**- Individual working with energy

**One**- Number equal to its square

**One**- No longer apart

**One**- Small square

**One**- Square ___ (starting point)

**One**- Number in many odds figures

**One**- "air force ___ (ford movie)

**One**- "the loneliest number," in song

**One**- Number that shares a key with "!"

**One**- First in an infinite line

**One**- With 33-down, like solitaire

**One**- ___ size fits all

**One**- I of old rome

**One**- Channel skipped on old tv dials

**One**- Romantic ideal, with 'the'

**One**- Romantic ideal, with "the"

**One**- With 29 down, sight below some lincoln memorials

**One**- First character in this clue

**One**- I, to caesar

**One**- Figure on a foam finger

**One**- Number of wyoming congresspersons

**One**- Initial number?

**One**- Integer that's its own square

**One**- Number on most scrabble tiles

**One**- 35-across halved

**One**- With 22-across, certain way to make 60-across

**One**- Lowest scrabble tile value

**One**- Joined ... or a continuation of 36-across

**One**- Joined ... or a continuation of 36-across

**One**- Mathematician's multiplicative identity

**One**- Mathematician's multiplicative identity

**One**- It stands for january

**One**- It stands for january

**One**- Final word shouted before 'happy new year!'

**One**- Number in many odds

**One**- Number in many odds

**One**- Coveted charts position

**One**- Super bowl wins for joe flacco

**One**- Integer after zero

**One**- Integer after zero

**One**- Free throw's point value

**One**- Free throw's point value

**One**- What two who wed become

**One**- Single three dog night smash?

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