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# Clue
1. ___ in (interfere)
2. Hirt's companion
3. French or English follower
4. Ruark's "___ of the Hunter"
5. Clavicor, e.g.
6. S.A. cape
7. Kind of book or pipe
8. Chilean cape
9. Al Hirt's companion
10. Eland's weapon
11. Sharp peak
12. Matador's undoing
13. Fictive trader
14. Trumpet, e.g.
15. Saddle feature
16. Klaxon
17. Clavicor
18. Little Boy Blue's instrument
19. Keratinous substance
20. Cape or Trader
21. Claxon
22. Shofar, e.g.
23. Little Big ___
24. Cape of Chile
25. Turk Murphy blew one
26. French ___ (one of the brasses)
27. _____ of plenty
28. Middle of a wheel, often
29. Phone, slangily
30. Angry motorist's need
31. It clears the way
32. It may be heard before an accident
33. Game ender, perhaps
34. Crescent-shaped tract of land
35. A driver may sit on it
36. "Beep beep" maker
37. This kind of beam is hard, tough wood
38. A-oo-gah sounder
39. Rhino's weapon
40. One of three for a triceratops
41. Rhino's protrusion
42. Unicorn projection
43. It can be English or French
44. ____ of plenty
45. Brazen sounder
46. Honker's delight
47. One to blow on
48. It may be heard on the streets
49. Rhinoceros feature
50. It can be heard on the streets
51. Place of plenty?
52. Drinking vessel of old
53. It may have valves
54. Beeper, of a sort
55. East Africa has one
56. It can be French or English
57. Instrument with French and English varieties
58. South American cape
59. Car alarm
60. Extremity of the crescent moon
61. French or English
62. Beeper?
63. Turnpike warning
64. Year-end party favor
65. French wind?
66. Honker on the road
67. Bull weapon
68. Wind in a band
69. Warning to a pedestrian
70. Cornucopia, e.g.
71. Get him on the ___!
72. Pep rally prop
73. You might lean on it in the car
74. Rush hour blower
75. Bugle, for one
76. Around the ___ (ESPN show)
77. 21 Across feature
78. Slang for a phone
79. Cornucopia shape
80. Sounder in a jam
81. Match-ending blast
82. Saddle protrusion
83. Golden ___ (inlet that divides Instanbul)
84. Little Boy Blue tote
85. Road-rage catalyst, possibly
86. Road-rage inducer, possibly
87. Motorist's wordless rebuke
88. Piece of Hأ¤gar the Horrible's helmet
89. Crescent-moon feature
90. Antelope feature
91. English or French instrument
92. Cape __
93. Feature of many Viking helmets
94. Traffic jam honker
95. Sound of traffic frustration
96. Chile's Cape __
97. Wind that can be controlled
98. __ of plenty
99. 38-Down source
100. Notable feature of Africa
101. Around the __: ESPN panel show
102. It may be heard on the street
103. Semi warning
104. Instrument named for an animal part
105. Jazz band staple
106. Pedestrian startler
107. Toreador's worry
108. Antler
109. Kind of beeper
110. Trumpet or bugle
111. Rhino's defense
112. Car beeper
113. Road noise
114. Phone, so to speak
115. Auto beeper
116. Yak feature
117. Ram's weapon
118. With 29 Across, orchestral adjuncts
119. Highway honker
120. One who deals in futures
121. Blockbuster aisle
122. Roughhousing
123. Thief in a western
124. Rocking toy, in tot-speak
125. Dr. Seuss title animal
126. 2008 film derived from Dr. Seuss
127. Wild West show?
128. Hallmark of the Philadelphia sound
129. Act rowdily
130. ___ concours (unrivaled: Fr.)
131. The Cask of Amontillado, e.g.
132. Thoroughbred, e.g.
133. Raised block of the earth's crust, to a geologist
134. Kind of lane, for short
135. Zippy chip dip
136. Baseball team whose members love barbecues?
137. Phish "I get so overwhelmed by olfactory ___"
138. European dictator, 1944-85
139. Country legend Axton
140. 1/4,380th year
141. Games guru
142. Good luck bringer?
143. Tom Mix vehicle (with 36 Across)
144. Palm Sunday salute
145. _____ d'oeuvres
146. Gymnasium apparatus
147. Tout's tip
148. Game for ringers
149. Shofar material
150. Around the ___ (weekday ESPN roundtable show since 2002)
151. Danger to a matador
152. Word with air or powder
153. Tierra del Fuego cape
154. Basketball game-ending sound
155. Chile's cape
156. French instrument?
157. Bull's weapon
158. Wynton Marsalis's instrument
159. Dilemma feature, figuratively
160. Sax player's "ax"
161. Traffic jam noise
162. S. A. cape
163. Biblical symbol of power
164. Egotist's instrument
165. Young Man With a ___
166. Cornucopia
167. Rhino feature
168. Bullish weapon
169. ___ of plenty
170. Unicorn feature
171. Cornet
172. Telephone, slangily
173. Tooter
174. One with a sting operation?
175. Psychoanalyst Karen
176. Some check it daily
177. Like rhinos
178. Crescent part
179. Powder container
180. Cape of note
181. Viking hat feature
182. Cape ___
183. Barge (in)
184. Roy who's recovering in Las Vegas
185. Highway hooter
186. Region of South America
187. Taxi feature
188. Warning device
189. Honker
190. Gunpowder holder
191. Beeper
192. Blast maker
193. Middle of many a steering wheel
194. Feature of Africa ... and some of its denizens
195. Crescent moon feature
196. Device making a 53-Down
197. It may be French
198. Powder holder
199. Part of Africa
200. Blast source
201. Glaciated mountain peak
202. Headpiece?
203. Loudspeaker, informally
204. Alarm
205. Trader ___, teller of tall tales
206. The tip of a continent
207. Cape discovered in 1616
208. Headland on a small island, off tip of S A
209. Crucial point of the clipper ship's route
210. The tip of South America
211. "A-oo-gah" sounder
212. "Around the ___" (ESPN show)
213. "Around the ___" (weekday ESPN roundtable show since 2002)
214. "Around the ___": ESPN panel show
215. "Game over" signal
216. "Get him on the ___!"
217. "Honey in the ___" (Al Hirt album)
218. "Young Man With a ___"
219. -
220. 10D ___ (Member of the cornet family)
221. A Cape
222. A driver may lay on it
223. A southern-most cape
224. A southernmost cape
225. An English one is wood a French one brass
226. Antelope appendage
227. Antler.
228. Auto alert
229. Auto part
230. Band instrument
231. Band member
232. Basketball game ender
233. Beep source
234. Beeper of a sort
235. Beetle noise source?
236. Brass instrument
237. Brass member
238. Brass piece
239. Brass wind.
240. Bugle
241. Bugle or trumpet
242. Bugle e.g.
243. Bugle for one
244. Bugle.
245. Bull feature
246. Bull's sticker
247. Butt (in)
248. Canadian flute player Paul ___
249. Cape ___ (where the Atlantic meets the Pacific)
250. Cape ___.
251. Cape in the southernmost reaches of Chile
252. Car alarm?
253. Car alert
254. Car part that may be leaned on
255. Car signal
256. Car tooter
257. Car's beeper
258. Center of a steering wheel usually
259. Chile's Cape ___
260. Circus seal's honker
261. Clarion.
262. Clavicor e.g.
263. Cornet e.g.
264. Cornet for one
265. Cornucopia e.g.
266. Cornucopia.
267. Crescent tip
268. Devilish adornment
269. Dilemma feature figuratively
270. Dinah's instrument in a classic folk song
271. Driver's warning
272. Electrical or air-powered warning device
273. English saddle's lack
274. Fanfare maker
275. Fearsome cape
276. Feature of Africa
277. Feature of Africa... and some of its denizens
278. Feature of African geography
279. Former Hungarian prime minister Gyula ___
280. Fox-hunt signal
281. French ___
282. French ___.
283. Front part of a saddle
284. Fuegian cape.
285. Game ender at times
286. Game ender perhaps
287. Game ender sometimes
288. Geographical feature of Africa
289. Golf cart noise-maker
290. Gridlock noisemaker
291. Highway warning
292. Honked thing
293. Impatient driver's attention-getter
294. Instrument that would be 12-13 feet long if you uncoiled it
295. Instrument whose French and English versions are very different
296. Intrude with "in"
297. Island at the top of Chile
298. It gets tooted
299. It goes "honk honk"
300. It holds plenty!
301. It may be French or English
302. It may be blown before a crash
303. It may be used before an accident
304. It's heard on the street
305. It's hit in traffic jams?
306. It's honked
307. Jam sound
308. Klaxon e.g.
309. Klaxon.
310. Loudspeaker informally
311. Marsalis' livelihood
312. Matador's worry
313. Middle of a wheel often
314. Musical instrument.
315. NBA's Keith Van
316. Nissan noisemaker
317. Noise-maker.
318. Noisemaker in a jam
319. Noisemaker.
320. Obtrude with "in"
321. One of Drake's capes
322. One of a Triceratops's three
323. One of a satanic couple
324. One with road rage might lean on it
325. Orchestra member
326. Orchestral instrument.
327. Parade instrument
328. Part of Africa or an orchestra
329. Part of a Western saddle
330. Part of a car alarm maybe
331. Part of a dilemma.
332. Part of a rhinoceros
333. Part of the brass section
334. Phone
335. Phone informally
336. Phone slangily
337. Phone so to speak
338. Piece of Hagar the Horrible's helmet
339. Piercing unicorn feature
340. Plenty for one?
341. Pommel of a saddle.
342. Powder or shoe follower
343. Prop for Harpo
344. Prop for Harpo Marx
345. Prop for Little Boy Blue
346. Rhino feature whose letters are found in "rhino"
347. Rhino part
348. Rhino poacher's prize
349. Rhino weapon
350. Rhino's feature (and a near-anagram of RHINO)
351. Rhinoceros protuberance
352. Road rage catalyst
353. Road rager's punching bag
354. Road warning
355. Road-rage catalyst possibly
356. Road-rage inducer possibly
357. Roy of Siegfried & Roy
358. Saddle handgrip
359. Saddle part
360. Saddle pommel.
361. Satchmo's instrument
362. Sax.
363. Sedan sound
364. Serengeti weapon
365. Shofar
366. Shofar source
367. Shofar e.g.
368. Signal device.
369. Signal from an impatient motorist
370. Site of plenty?
371. Somalia's locale in Africa
372. Somalia's setting in Africa
373. Something to lean on?
374. Source of a blast
375. Source of a car's beep
376. Sousaphone for one
377. Southern cape.
378. Steering wheel adjunct
379. Steering wheel feature
380. Telephone in slang
381. Telephone slangily
382. The Purple People Eater had one
383. The stormy Cape.
384. Tooted thing
385. Tooter.
386. Traffic jam sound
387. Traffic report
388. Traffic signal.
389. Traffic sound
390. Triceratops feature
391. Trumpet
392. Trumpet or cornet
393. Trumpet e.g.
394. Trumpet for example
395. Trumpet for one
396. Tuba e.g.
397. Tusk
398. Type of band section
399. Unicorn feature e.g.
400. Unicorn feature e.g.
401. Unicorn's feature
402. Vaulted church section
403. Warner or weapon
404. Warning device.
405. Warning from a motorist
406. Warning signal
407. What Little Boy Blue blew
408. What an impatient driver may lean on
409. What some lean on in traffic?
410. What someone with road rage might lean on
411. What to hit when you get cut off
412. Wind instrument
413. Word with French or English
414. Word with shoe or Cape
415. Word with shoe or bull
416. Word with shoe or in
417. You may lean on this when you feel angry
418. You might sit on it in your car
419. Musicmaker
420. Cape near Falkland Islands
421. An extremity of a new moon
422. Chile headland
423. A stormy cape
424. Noise-maker
425. Loud-speaker of a certain shape
426. Possible inducer of road rage
427. Pileup preventer, possibly
428. Unicorn feature, e.g.
429. Phone, informally
430. Cornet, e.g.
431. Feature of 14-Across
432. Game ender, sometimes
433. Feature of 32-Across
434. An English one is wood, a French one brass
435. Unicorn feature e.g.
436. Singer Lena
437. Repugnance
438. Tooters
439. Play out of turn?
440. Chanteuse Lena
441. Fictional seaman and theme of puzzle
442. Movie genre
443. Stormy Weather singer
444. Adaptation fit for a King
445. Folk wind instrument
446. Social stinger
447. Symbol of abundance
448. Green to black mineral
449. Charlotte cager
450. Saxophone or bugle
451. Stormy Weather singer Lena
452. One of a devil's pair
453. Lena who sang "Stormy Weather"
454. See 69-Across
455. ___ de combat
456. Silver, for one
457. Basketball shooting game
458. Baloney
459. Tony winner Lena
460. Deplorable
461. Ye gods!
462. Recital piece for a wind player
463. Mount
464. Awful
465. Play (around)
466. Balderdash!
467. Played (around)
468. Throw a party
469. Riddle, part 4
470. Every 60 minutes
471. Domicile
472. Watering aid
473. Lilylike garden plant
474. Flapjack
475. Nylons
476. Vacuum feature
477. _____ d'oeuvre
478. Gymnastic apparatus
479. Dismay
480. Carrie, for one
481. Trigger, for one
482. Vaulter's apparatus
483. Intrude, with "in"
484. Meddles
485. Bull-like
486. ___ d'oeuvre
487. Dilemma features, figuratively
488. Chestnut, e.g.
489. Cornet, for one
490. Obtrude, with "in"
491. Opera star Marilyn
492. Swashbuckling C.S. Forester character, or two slang terms for "telephone"
493. Telephone, in slang
494. Troublesome situation
495. Delaware State player
496. With 6-Down, some glasses
497. Appetizer
498. New Orleans Arena player
499. *Admiral in C.S. Forester novels
500. Part of a carriage.
501. Stepdaughter of Napoleon.
502. Cornua.
503. Christmas pie-eater.
504. He ate his Christmas pie.
505. The tip of South America.
506. A famous Brooklynite.
507. Part of South America.
508. The tip of a continent.
509. Forester creation.
510. Cape near Falkland Islands.
511. Cape south of Tierro del Fuego.
512. Musicmaker.
513. Torch singer.
514. Chile headland.
515. Loud-speaker of a certain shape.
516. New Year's Eve noise-maker.
517. Brooklyn's singer.
518. Part of a saddle.
519. Satanic symbol.
520. South American cape.
521. Singer Lena.
522. Island at the tip of Chile.
523. Trumpet.
524. Hunting trophies.
525. C. S. Forester hero.
526. Pugnacious insect.
527. Pugnacious insects.
528. Gallant captain of fiction
529. Lively dance.
530. Lena.
531. Performer from Brooklyn.
532. Big name in music.
533. French __
534. Game ender, at times
535. New Year's Eve noise-maker
536. Part of a saddle
537. Southern cape
538. Loud-speaker
539. Island at the tip of Chile
540. Pommel of a saddle
541. Noisemaker
542. Fuegian cape
543. The stormy Cape
544. Brass wind instrument
545. Traffic signal
546. Sax
547. Brass wind
548. Musical instrument
549. Signal device
550. Part of a dilemma
551. Saddle pommel
552. Clarion
553. S A cape
554. Rhinoceros part