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___ & Company (firm founded in 1837) ___ acid, found in apples ___ ammoniac (mineral found around volcanic vents) ___ Atatürk, founder of modern Turkey ___ Christiansen, founder of the Lego company ___ de Champlain, founder of Quebec ___ di Bassi, Capuchins' founder ___ Domani Fashion Foundation Award ___ for Autism Foundation ___ found ___ Foundation (animal welfare group) ___ Foundation (conservative think tank) ___ Foundation (leading philanthropic organization) ___ Foundation (major NPR donor) ___ foundation (starts) ___ Hubbard (Scientology founder) ___ II, king who founded Borg (now Sarpsborg) ___ López de Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus ___ Musk, co-founder of Tesla Motors and PayPal ___ Nanak, founder of Sikhism ___ Nation (entertainment conglomerate founded by Jay-Z) ___ Nation (music conglomerate founded by Jay-Z) ___ over (found a temporary solution) ___ P. Halliburton, founder of the Halliburton company ___ Parker, founding president of Facebook ___ Phi Beta (sorority founded at Howard University) ___ Railroad, founded 1832 ___ Saud (Saudi Arabia's founder) ___ Saud, founder of Saudi Arabia ___ Sharp, founder of Four Seasons Hotels ___ Wenner, founder of Rolling Stone _____ de Velasco (University of Mexico founder) ______up; founds ___-Powell (Boy Scouts founder) ___-tse, founder of Taoism ___-tse, Taoism founder ___-tzu (founder of Taoism) ___-tzu (founder of Taosim) ___-tzu (reputed founder of Taoism) ___-tzu (Taoism founder) ___-tzu (Taoism's founder) ___-tzu, founder of 71-Down ___girl (new nation founded by Oprah, in an "Onion" article) ... and where it may be found ''The Tatler'' founder '60s band co-founder '60s band co-founder who changed his professional name to Roger 'Ms.' co-founder Gloria 'Old MacDonald' sequence found in this puzzle's 10 longest answers 'Time' co-founder 'Time' founder Henry " . . . men have found a ___ love": Chesterton "___ found out..." "___ Founder" "Ability" that can be found within 17-, 27-, 47-, and 61-Across "American ___" (journal co-founded in 1939 by Freud) "Arkansas Traveler" founder "Billy Ball" founder "Buried" treasure found in 17-, 27-, 44- and 59-Across "Central" Ireland found in four puzzle answers "City of Brotherly Love" founder "Dough" found in this puzzle's four longest answers "Ew...all I found were the stale remnants of a ___." "Figure head" found in this puzzle's longest answers "File not found," e.g. "File not found," for example "Fortune" founder Henry "Found ___ stolen" (proverb) "Foundation Trilogy" author "Foundation" author Asimov "Foundation" trilogy writer "Four in a row" found in 17-, 28-, 45-, and 58-Across "He found a crooked sixpence, Against a crooked ___" "I Can't Help Myself" singers (1965), and hint to puzzle theme found in beginnings of answers to starred clues "I found a ___, which blended into the beige, but no way am I going to eat it." "I found a ___, which blended into the beige. No way am I going to eat it." "I found it in the atlas!"? "I found it!" "I found my keys walking up the path" "I have found (it)!" "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work" speaker "I'm foundering!" "I've found it!" "I've found you out at last!" "I've found you out!" "Internal exam" found in 16-, 30-, 35-, 41-, and 56-Across "Justice can't be found anywhere!" "Life" founder Henry "Livestrong" founder Armstrong "Look what I found!" "Look what I found!" cries "McSweeney's" founder "Me," found inside the answers to 17-, 33-, and 51-Across "Meet the Press" co-founder Lawrence "Mineral supplement" found in 20-, 33-, 43-, and 60-Across "MS. Found ___ Bottle" (Poe) "MS. Found in a Bottle" author "MS. Found in a Bottle" writer "Ms." magazine co-founder "Now I've found you!" "Playboy" founder Hugh, familiarly "Playboy" founder, familiarly "Pravda" founder: 1912 "Pygmy chimpanzee" found only in the Democratic Republic of Congo "Reader" founder Eric "Rolling Stone" co-founder Wenner "Silas Marner" foundling "Something ___ Personality" New Found Glory "Stuff We Found on eBay" humorist "The ___ Network" (2010 film about the founding of Facebook) "The Bridge World" magazine founder Culbertson "The doctors x-rayed my head and found nothing" speaker "The foundation of most governments": John Adams "The teacher found that ___ ___-a-longs helped her pupils remember their ABCs" "The wart stops here" product, and a hint to the theme found in eight puzzle answers "Then She Found Me" author Lipman "They've found me out!" "Through the Looking-___, and What Alice Found There" (PRODUCT) RED co-founder * "Then I found these," she said, and even I was shocked. There were ___ on the floor ... *Bushes were once found there *Founder of Marvel's School for Gifted Youngsters *Founder of Mesa Petroleum *It may be found near a barrel *Studio co-founded by Spielberg 4 p.m. British refreshment ... or what can be found in 18-, 25-, 47- and 58-Across and 3-Down? 6-Down counterpart founded by Billie Jean King 9th-century founder of the Russian monarchy 10th century Normandy founder 13th-century empire founder 16th-century founder of Scottish Presbyterianism 19th-century author whose father founded a utopian community 19th dynasty's founder 35-nation grp. founded in 1948 1800s Chinese general now found on menus 1950 studio co-founder 1954 Oscar-winning Brando film, or where either half of 18-, 23-, 51- and 61-Across can literally be found 1964 Shangri-Las hit ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme found in 17-, 24-, 47- and 59-Across 1964 #1 hit, and hint to theme found in last words of 18- and 64-Across and 3- and 31-Down 1969 Joe South hit, and hint to puzzle theme found in last words of 18- and 55-Across and 3- and 27-Down 1970 #1 hit that was later found to be a ripoff of "He's So Fine" 1972 #1 hit, and what can be found nine times in this grid 1979 song for which Donna Summer won a Grammy, and a hint to the puzzle theme found in the answers to starred clues 1980s Nell Carter sitcom, and a hint to the puzzle theme found in the ends of 17-, 32-, 39- and 46-Across 1995 Reform Party founder 1996 Garth Brooks song whose title completes the lyric "___ had once again found its way home" 2004 Adam Sandler movie, and a hint to the puzzle theme found in 17-, 28-, 38- and 45-Across A Buddhist might be found in one A founder and editor of Punch A founder of 1 Across A founder of aerodynamics A founder of Cubism A founder of Impressionism A founder of Rome A founder of Surrealism A founder of the Liberal Association of South Africa A founder of the state of Israel A founder of Time A magazine can be found in one A Plymouth colony founder A polar bear might be found on one A school might be found using it A strong one could be found in a gym A strong one may be found in a gym A synonym for it can be found inside this puzzle's four longest entries A thing found A Time founder A tree may be found in it A.R.C. founder Barton AA co-founder Abbey theater founder Abbr. before a founding date Abbr. found at the 56-Down of this puzzle's four longest answers Abbr. found in directions Abbr. found on many maps Abbr. found on old maps Abbr. not found on most smartphones Abraham found one caught in a thicket Abraham found one in a bush Abraham found one in the bush Abridged maxim about accepting an apt description, and a hint to this puzzle's theme found in 20-, 34- and 40-Across Academy founder Academy founder at Athens Acid found in apples Acid found in olive oil Acid found in vegetables Acid found in vinegar Acid found in yeast Activist Blades who co-founded moveon.org Activist who helped found the International Campaign to Ban Landmines Actor born 7/13/1942 who played characters found in 20-, 26- and 48-Across Actor Williams found in a 17th-century poem? Actress Turco CNN founder Actress who co-founded the Women's Media Center Actress/singer Helen with the CD "Crossword" (the title track starts "I found my true love today doing the crossword on the back of the 6 train") Additive often found in maraschino cherries Address found online Advanced degree found in 18-, 26-, 48-, and 62-Across Advice for the brokenhearted ... or one of four arrangements found literally in this puzzle Advocates for change, and a hint to a hidden letter sequence found in 17-, 22-, 37- and 46-Across
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