Crossword Clue with I
It "marches on its stomach," per Napoleon
It "marches on its stomach": Napoleon
It "monthly changes in her circled orb," in "Romeo and Juliet"
It "never solves a problem without raising 10 more," per George Bernard Shaw
It "often gives a small thing a big shadow": old proverb
It "paralyzes life," per Martin Luther King Jr.
It "passeth all understanding": Philippians
It "provoketh thieves sooner than gold," per the Bard
It "refreshes naturally," in old ads
It "shines" in 18-, 23-, 37-, 52-, and 59-Across
It "should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable," according to a saying
It "should not mean / But be," per Archibald MacLeish
It "slayeth the silly one": Job
It "stops here," to Truman
It "suits" Santa
It "teaches you when to be silent," per Disraeli
It "waits at the crossway of the stars," wrote Borges
It "will find a way," according to Virgil
It "wounds all heels"
it a day Call
It absorbed data from Funk and Wagnalls, among others
it absorbs dirt
It abuts Armenia
It abuts Bhutan
It abuts Minn.
It abuts Santa Monica, for short
It abuts the bema
It abuts the bema, sometimes
It abuts the Fla. panhandle
It abuts Tibet
It abuts Turkey
It accounts for most of Japan's DVD sales
It accounts for twelve years of schooling, briefly
It achieved independence in 1951
It achieved independence on August 17, 1960
It acquired Applebee's in 2007
It acquired Lotus in 1995
It acquired Lucasfilm in 2012
It acquired Reynolds Metals in 2000
It acquired SeatMe in 2013
It acquired the naming rights for the former Safeco Field
It acts on impulse
It adds 10 to 8?
It adds a little to a foot
It adds color
It adds color to a sidewalk
It adds luster
It adds one point to a soccer team's standing in the English Premier League
It adds punch to punch
It adds shine to lips and photos
It adds some kick to Coke
It adds stress: Abbr.
It adds to hazardous driving conditions
It adjoins the altar
It adjoins une côte
It admits very little light
It adorns Senor's middle
It affects charged particles
It affects depth of field
It affects your take-home pay
It afflicts iron
It affords a commanding view
It aims to appease
It ain't "Hey!"
It Ain't All About the Cookin' memoirist
It Ain't All About the Cookin' memoirist Deen
It Ain't All About the Cookin' memoirist Paula
It ain't exactly "Hey!"
It ain't gonna happen
It ain't good
It ain't hard!
It ain't me
It Ain't Me Babe composer
It Ain't Me Babe songwriter
It ain't necessarily so
It Ain't Necessarily So lyricist Gershwin
It ain't nothing
It Ain't Over ___ It's Over
It ain't over ... opiner
It ain't over 'til it's over sayer
It ain't over 'til it's over speaker
It ain't over till it's over baseball legend
It ain't over till it's over speaker
It ain't quite "Hey!"
It ain't the Ritz
It ain't worth a dime
It ain't worth a nickel
It aired 'Crossfire'
It aired 'Moesha'
It aired "Eve"
It aired the first coast-to-coast Oscar telecast, 1953
It airs 'ER'
It airs 'Fresh Air'
It airs 'Nova' and 'Nature'
It airs episodes of "Episodes," briefly
It airs on the telly
It alerts you with "You've got mail"
It all ___ on you
It all adds up to this
It all comes clear
It all comes out in the wash
It all depends on what the meaning of ___
It all happened so fast memory
It all makes sense now
It allows a tummy tan
It allows access to an acct.
It allows air but keeps out bugs
It allows drawing 24 hrs. a day?
It allows fast Access to the internet
It allows light into the eye
It allows you to finish smoothly
It allows you to keep your place
It allows you to pick a number
It always gets in a pickle
It always goes to hell
It always has a home
It always has a lot of money
It always increases
It always points down
It always returns your calls
It always starts on the same day of the week as Sept.
It always turns out the same
It always wins, in a saying
It amounts to nothing
It and a king make 21
It and its usual fuel are within "Madagascar"
It appears at the top of a page
It appears in droves
It appears in stacks
It appears next to some records
It appears on a ship's stern
It appears on the Australian Coat of Arms
It appears on the back of a 2005 1-Across
It appears over a tilde
It appears overnight
It appears twice in the Fibonacci sequence
It appears when things go bad
It aptly contains the letters R-A-I-N ...
It aptly rhymes with a gambling game
It arrives just before Christmas, for many
It arrives once a day
It atones for two bogeys
It attaches a handle to a door
It attracts an audience
It attracts attention
It attracts fish
It attracts iron
It auctions off used fed. property
It author Glyn
It awaits the winner at the finish line
It bakes the cake
It balances a debit
It balances out a double bogey
It banned DDT
It barely beats a deuce
It barely covers the heel
It barely gets beyond the infield
It barely gives a hoot
It barely misses a score
It bathes the tissues
It beaches on Lake Erie
It bears down
It bears repeating
It beat Beta
It beat out Beta
It beat out Madrid as host city for the 2016 Olympics
It beats a 10
It beats a B
It beats a deuce
It beats a high card
It beats a straight
It beats ace-high
It beats an ace high
It beats nothing
It beats nothing in poker
It beats rock
It beats rock, in a game
It beats scissors
It beats the alternative, in a saying
It became "Rosie" in 2001
It became a capital during Haakon V's reign
It became a province of Indonesia in 1958
It became a state in 1861
It became a state in 1959
It became free from Spain in 1821
It became independent in 1821
It became independent in 1971
It became independent in 1991
It became independent on 9/21/64
It became legal in 1941
It became part of Indonesia in 1950
It became Spike in 2003
It became the 23rd of 50 in 1820
It became the CIS
It became the TV Guide Cannel in 1999
It became the TV Guide Channel in 1999
It became Tokyo in 1868
It became two states on 11/2/1889
It becomes another animal when surrounded by "l" and "r"
It becomes another garment when its middle letter is changed to "o"
It becomes another genre if a "P" is added to the front
It becomes another instrument when "F" is added
It becomes another question when its first letter is moved to the end
It becomes another sports venue if its last letter is changed to "g"
It becomes aquatic during its breeding season
It becomes glace when frozen
It becomes igneous rock
It becomes its own synonym when "cap" is added in front
It becomes its own synonym when "for" is added in front
It becomes official on a count of three
It becomes rude if you don't use your hand
It befalls fallen fruit
It began about 1000 B.C.
It began about 3500 BC
It began after 1945
It began around 1100 B.C. in Europe
It began as a comic book in 1952
It began as a comic book with the tagline "Humor in a jugular vein"
It began as AuctionWeb in '95
It began as Quantum Computer Services
It began as Standard Oil of Indiana
It began as the California Perfume Company
It began as the Haloid Company
It began commercial service in '76
It began in 1908 with 34 agts.
It began in A.D. 800
It began in A.D. 800: Abbr.
It began in Europe around 1200 B.C.
It began in H.S.T.'s administration
It began service in 1927
It began with the Paleolithic period
It begins 'In the beginning'
It begins "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion"
It begins "corner," but not "circle"
It begins "Forasmuch as many have taken in hand ..."
It begins "gradually"
It begins "http"
It begins "In the days of Ahasuerus ..."
It begins "In the days when the judges ruled..."
It begins "In the first year of Cyrus king of Persia..."
It begins "In the first year of Cyrus..."
It begins "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again"
It begins "Now in the first year of Cyrus . . ."
It begins "Now in the first year of Cyrus king of Persia ..."
It begins "Sing, goddess, the wrath of ..."
It begins "Sing, goddess, the wrath of Peleus' son ..."
It begins 1 enero
It begins after one's last day at work