Crossword Clue with E
Either co-author of Curious George books
Either co-creator of Curious George
Either co-discoverer of radium
Either co-founder of Apple
Either co-star of "Paper Moon"
Either constituent of table salt
Either director of "No Country for Old Men"
Either director of 2010's "True Grit"
Either end of "chaotic"
Either end of "comic"
Either end of "gag"
Either end of "sinuous"
Either end of a gate
Either end of a gridiron
Either end of a magnet
either end of a railroad or bus route
Either end of a wide grin
Either end of Alaska
Either end of an edge, in graph theory
Either end of Earth's axis
Either extreme of a loaf
Either George Bush
Either H in H2O
Either half of a 1973 "duel"
Either half of a bonded pair
Either half of a colon
Either half of a diphthong
Either half of a domino
Either half of Gemini
Either half of some couples
Either he goes ___ go!
Either he goes, ___ do!
Either horn of a crescent moon
Either jamb of a doorway
Either lead in "Easy Rider," e.g.
Either lower corner of a square sail
either member of the second pair of head appendages of arachnids
Either Mr. Wright
EITHER NUMBER IN 35-ACROSS
Either of 12-Across, e.g.
Either of a culinarily picky pair
Either of a Monopoly pair: Abbr.
Either of a nursery rhyme couple
Either of a pair
Either of a pair of brothers in folklore
either of a pair of genes derived from the same ancestral gene
either of a pair of long poles with footrests for walking raised from the ground
Either of a pair of pigtails
Either of a pair of stubborn Dr. Seuss characters in "The Sneetches and Other Stories"
either of a pair of vertical supports for the bowsprit
Either of a pas-de-deux pair
Either of a skeletal pair
Either of AT&T's T's
Either of baseball's Griffeys
Either of Blondie's kids
Either of Blondie's kids, e.g.
Either of Cinderella's storytellers
Either of Dagwood's kids
Either of Dumbo's "wings"
Either of Dumbo's flappers
Either of Frosty the Snowman's eyes
Either of Frosty's eyes
either of the bones that form the sides of the pelvis
Either of the Chaneys
Either of the Dippers
Either of the first two consonants in "coccyx," but not the third
Either of the first two consonants in "coccyx"
Either of the first two elements
Either of the first two runners-up to Rose for the 1968 N.L. batting title
either of the front feet of a land mammal
either of the horny front wings of beetles and some other insects
either of the pair of organs that produce urine
Either of the racing Earnhardts
either of the rudimentary hind wings of dipterous insects
Either of the Sprats
Either of the twin child stars of "Full House"
either of the two canine teeth in the upper jaw
either of the two fleshy masses that form the human rump
Either of the two highest trump cards in euchre
either of the two shorter wings of a cross-shaped church
Either of the World Series winners of 2004 and '05
Either of three English rivers
Either of two "Unforgettable" singers
Either of two 1903 Physics Nobelists
Either of two A.L. nines
Either of two A's rivals
Either of two African nations
Either of two AL teams
either of two aldehydes used especially in making synthetic resins
Either of two anchors
either of two antelopes of the plains of central Asia
Either of two books of the Apocrypha
Either of two Chaneys
Either of two characters in "The Emperor's New Clothes"
Either of two Chinese dynasties
Either of two coins that have been used in France
either of two coniferous trees having hard fragrant dark wood
Either of two continents
Either of two cousin Udalls: Abbr.
either of two cranelike South American birds
Either of two credits on the "True Grit" remake
Either of two directing brothers
either of two disclike blocks used to tighten a shroud on a boat
either of two divisions of the academic year
Either of two emcees
Either of two English rivers
either of two equal parts
Either of two extremes
Either of two extremes in an orbit
Either of two filmmaking brothers
either of two flat muscles situated at the back of the neck
Either of two former Tennessee senators
either of two forms of a substance that exhibits dimorphism
Either of two guests on "To Tell the Truth"
Either of two hearth borders?
Either of two Henry VIII wives
Either of two Holy Roman emperors
either of two huge coniferous California trees that reach a height of 300 feet
Either of two illustrious Sugar Rays
Either of two in December
Either of two in the Bluetooth logo
Either of two Indy 500 racers
Either of two married supersleuths of 1970s-'80s TV
either of two masses of lymphatic tissue one on each side of the oral pharynx
Either of two matched pieces of furniture
either of two metal stands supporting logs in a fire
Either of two Missouri tributaries
Either of two Monopoly sqs.
either of two muscles of the loins that aid in flexing and rotating the thigh
Either of two N.T. books
Either of two New York governors
Either of two Nobel-winning physicists
either of two North American woodpeckers
Either of two notable jumpers
Either of two O.T. books
Either of two of the VIII's six
Either of two on a defensive line
Either of two on a quarter
Either of two on some knives
Either of two opposing war emblems
Either of two opposites
Either of two peaks in Greek myth
either of two pieces of fabric or fur attached to a cap
Either of two presidents
either of two punctuation marks used to enclose textual material
either of two regions of the upper part of the abdomen
Either of two Roman statesmen
either of two small lights on the front of a vehicle
Either of two space bar flankers
Either of two space bar neighbors
Either of two Spice Girls
either of two spiral-horned antelopes of the African bush
Either of two stubborn Seuss characters
Either of two Syrian presidents
Either of two track stars
Either of two victims of the Big Bad Wolf
Either of two wives of Henry VIII
Either of two wives of King Henry VIII
Either original "PTL Club" co-host
Either parent in "Heather Has Two Mommies"
Either parent in certain families
Either parent's nickname, perhaps
Either part of a yin-yang symbol, e.g.
Either performer in a two-hander
Either plagiarism or revolution, according to Gauguin
Either plagiarism or revolution, per Paul Gauguin
Either plagiarism or revolution, to Gauguin
Either President Bush
Either President Bush, e.g.
Either President Bush, once
Either retailing partner of Herbert Marcus
Either Sen. Udall
Either she goes ___ do!
Either she goes ___ go!
Either side of a doorjamb
Either side of a doorway
Either side of an airplane
Either side of an Oreo
either side of the body below the waist and above the thigh
either side of the body between the pelvis and the thigh
Either singer of "Cathy's Clown"
Either singer of "Wake Up Little Susie"
Either singer on "Somethin' Stupid"
Either sister starring in 2004's "New York Minute"
Either spouse, perhaps
Either spy to the other in "Spy vs. Spy"
Either star of 'New York Minute'
Either T in AT&T
Either team on the field
Either that wallpaper goes ___ do (Oscar Wilde's last words)
Either that wallpaper goes ___ do (Oscar Wilde's supposed dying words)
Either the first or last vowel sound in "Alaska"
either the outer margin or the inner margin of the aperture of a gastropod's shell
either the shortest (in winter) or longest (in summer) day of the year
Either the top or bottom half of this puzzle, figuratively speaking
Either this wallpaper goes ___ go!
Either thou, ___ ... must go with him: Romeo
Either time when sun is furthest from equator
Either tip of Earth's axis
Either title detective in an Aaron Spelling series
Either twin actress on "Full House"
Either twin on "Full House"
Either vowel sound in "no-go"
Either way is fine with me!
Either way works for me
Either way, it's flat
Either weekend day, symbolically
either wing of the anterior pair of an insect's two pairs of wings
Either works for me
Either Wright brother
Either you ___ ...
Either you do it, ___ will!
Either you or me
Either you say it ___ will
Either/Or author Kierkegaard
Either/or decision negator
EJECT fluids from body
EJECT from any position
EJECT from body
Eject from power
Eject from the game
Eject from the premises
Eject in all directions
eject in large quantities
Eject or expel
EJECT person from any position
eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
Eject with force
Eject, as 16-Across
Eject, as a geyser