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The "she" in the lyric "She would merengue and do the cha-cha"
The "she" in the lyric "She's a good old worker and a good old pal"
The "she" of "Nevertheless, she persisted"
The "she" of "She's Gotta Have It"
The "sheet" in "three sheets to the wind"
The "shrew" in "The Taming of the Shrew"
the "Situation room" channel
The "so few" Churchill referred to
The "so few" of 1940: Abbr.
The "sour" in sweet-and-sour
The "Spectator" essayist
The "Spruce Goose," e.g.
The "Star Wars" cantina?
The "Star Wars" movies, e.g.
The "Star Wars" planet Tatooine orbits two of them
The "Star Wars" trilogy, for one
The "stuf" in Double Stuf Oreos
The "sun" in sunny-side-up eggs
The "suns" in sunny-side-up eggs
The "Superstation"
The "T" in "TCP"
The "t" in Athens
The "T" in ATM
The "T" in BLT
The "T" in Britain's ITV
The "t" in Crete?
The "T" in DPT
The "T" in MTV
The "t" in Nafta
The "T" in NATO
The "T" in SAT
The "T" in some fraternity initials
The "T" in STEM
The "T" in the women's fraternity ZTA
The "T" in TLC
The "T" in TV
The "T" in TWA
The "T" of B.L.T.
The "T" of Michael Jackson's "P.Y.T."
The "T" of MIT, informally
The "T" of MTA
The "T" of NAFTA
The "T" of S.A.T.
The "T" of TBS
The "T" of TCI
The "T" of TV
The "tacho" in tachometer
The "Tannen" of Tannenbaum
The "Tatler" essayist Richard
The "ten" in "hang ten"
The "terrible twos," e.g.
The "th" in "the," e.g.
The "Thee" in the Bible
The "them" in "Let them eat cake"
The "them" in the sci-fi movie "Them!"
The "there" in "Don't go there"
The "thing," to Hamlet
The "this is fine" dog, e.g.
The "this" in "This just in"
The "thou" in "Wherefore art thou ...?"
The "three" of Chip and Dale Douglas
The "ton" in "kiloton"
The "Toreador Song," for one
The "turf" of "surf and turf," usually
The "turf" on some menus
The "turf" part of "surf and turf"
The "U" in "MVEMJSUN"
The "U" in "SVU"
The "U" in 21-Down
The "U" in A.C.L.U.
The "U" in B.T.U.
The "U" in C.P.U.
The "U" in E.U.
The "U" in I.C.U.
The "U" in U.S.S.R.
The "U" in UHF
The "U" of B.T.U.
The "U" of CPU
The "U" of E.U.
The "U" of I.C.U.
The "U" of U.I.
The "U" of U.S.S.R.
The "U" of UHF
The "u" sound in "census"
The "u" sound in "circus"
The "u" spelling of 50-Across, e.g.: Abbr.
The "V" in CV
The "V" in K.J.V.
The "V" in VCR
The "V" in VHF
The "v" in vlog
The "V" in VP
The "V" of DVD
The "V" of fashion's "DVF"
The "V" of R.S.V.P.
The "V" of VCR
The "Velvet" half of jazz's "Velvet & Brass"
The "veni" in "Veni, vidi, vici"
The "vey" in "oy vey"
The "vey" of "oy vey!"
The "vice of narrow souls," per Balzac
The "vie" in "c'est la vie"
The "voice" in Bloch's "Voice in the Wilderness"
The "W" in Geo. W. Bush, e.g.
The "W" in George W. Bush, e.g.
The "W" in R.W.E.
The "W" in V.F.W.
The "W" of kWh
The "W" of W. H. Auden
The "way" of the East
The "Wedding March" was written for her wedding in "lohengrin"
The "where"
The "white" of "White Christmas"
The "white" of a white Christmas
The "x" in Euler's Identity: e^(i*pi) + 1 = x
The "x" or "y" in 2x + 3y = 15
The "xx" of xx:yy
The "Y" in "O&Y"
The "Y" in "YTD"
The "Y" in EMILY's List
The "Y" in Y.S.L.
The "Y" in YSL
The "Y" of B.Y.O.B.
The "Y" of Michael Jackson's "P.Y.T."
The "Y" of TTYL
The "Y" of Y.S.L.
The "you" in "On the Street Where You Live"
The "you" in "you caught my eye" in a 1965 #1 hit
The "you" in "you will serve your brother"
The "you" in the classic song lyric "I'm crossin' you in style some day"
The "you" in the lyric "I'll see you in my dreams"
The "you" in the Neil Diamond lyric "Reachin' out, touchin' me, touchin' you"
The "Z" in "XYZ"
The "Z" in DMZ
The "Z" in ZIP code
The "Z" of DMZ
the (biblical) six days of creation
The (ital.)
The #1 guy?
The $64,000 Question host March
The $64,000 Question, e.g.
The 1 and 2 in 1 + 2 = 3
The 1 is missing
The 1 percent
The 1 percent, e.g.
The 1, in 1-0
The 1% in 1% milk
The 10 in "hang 10"
The 10 in 10/20: Abbr.
The 10 million in a joule
The 100 in a dol.
The 100 in a pound
The 100,000 in one newton
The 1000's, e.g.: Abbr.
The 10th president
The 11 won by "Hamilton" in 2016
The 114th began in 2015
The 12 Days of Christmas musician
The 12 Days of Christmas sextet
The 12 Days of Christmas, e.g.
The 12 in AA's program
The 12 of a cube
The 12 of the Pac-12: Abbr.
The 120 Days of Sodom author
the 12th letter of the greek alphabet
The 12th of 26
The 13 of PG-13 and 17 of NC-17
The 13th item in a baker's dozen
The 13th of April
The 13th or 15th
The 13th or the 15th
The 15:17 to Paris director, 2018
The 15th or so
The 15th, sometimes
The 16 in a gallon
The 16 in John 3:16
The 16-Across, e.g.
The 168 in a wk.
The 17,000-carat Olympic Australis, e.g.
The 18 in a round of 18
The 18-Down poet
The 1890's, historically
The 18th edition of his original work was published in 2012
The 1900's, e.g.: Abbr.
The 1906 Hepburn Act gave the ICC power to set rates for them
The 192 in a qt.
The 1920's
The 1938 broadcast of "The War of the Worlds" was one
The 1950s, to Generation Xers?
The 1969 Mets, e.g.
The 1973 Mets' "Ya Gotta Believe!," e.g.
The 1980's, to yuppies
The 1980s and '90s, e.g.
The 1990s, for instance
The 1999 comedy "She's All That" is based on his work
The 1Ôö¼┬ó-calorie breath mint
The 2,876 of 1-Down
The 2% in 2% milk
The 2% of 2%
The 20 in 20 Questions
The 20 to a pkg.
The 200 at Indy
The 200 of the Indy 500
The 2000s, e.g.: Abbr.
The 2000s, with "the"
The 2004 "Battlestar Galactica" series is one
The 2004 World Series, e.g.
The 2005 Tour de France is Lance Armstrong's, he says
The 2007 World Series, for one
The 2020 Oscars telecast did not have one
The 21 on a die
The 21st Amendment and such
The 21st Amendment, e.g.
The 21st, e.g.: Abbr.
The 22nd and 24th President
The 23rd is a famous one
The 24 in '36-24-36'
The 24 of 24/7's combo
The 25th state
The 26th element
The 28-Across in proteins
The 29th state
the 2nd highest peak in the world
the 2nd largest city in the Netherlands
the 2nd largest French-speaking city in the world
the 2nd longest European river
The 2x2 black square near the middle of this puzzle's grid, e.g., which is part of eight answers
The 3 million of Alaska
The 3 or 5 in 3 + 5 = 8
The 30 Down of sound
The 30's and 40's, e.g.
The 300 of Kew Gardens
The 31-Across's Quakers
The 320 in one mile
The 33rd pres.
The 36 in a 17/36 shirt
The 36 of a famous measurement
The 366 of 2000
The 38th, for one
The 39 Steps star
The 3M Co. et al.
the 3rd largest state
The 4 in "par 4"
The 4 in 4/6, e.g.
The 4 Seasons frontman Frankie
The 4 seasons singer Frankie
The 4-1-1
The 4-Down has millions of them
The 40 in a "top 40"
The 40 of "the back 40"