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__ name ___ -El (Superman's Krypton name) ___ & Cleo (early name of Sonny & Cher) ___ & Watson (big name in deli meat) ___ & Young, big name in accounting ___ acid (old name for hydrochloric acid) ___ Adams, patriot with a beer named after him ___ Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's birth name) ___ and Jayna (TV's Wonder Twins, whose names were inspired by an Edgar Rice Burroughs pair) ___ Arthur (British psych rock band named after a Pink Floyd member and a bad Herman Hesse pun) ___ Bator (world capital whose name means "Red Hero") ___ Beach (D-Day code name) ___ Bear, original name of Winnie-the-Pooh ___ Bits (sandwich cracker brand name) ___ Blair: George Orwell's birth name ___ blue (color named for a school) ___ Bridge (former name of New York's R.F.K. Bridge) ___ Buena (san francisco's old name) ___ Building (former name of an NYC skyscraper) ___ Center (New Jersey Nets' current arena, named for a menswear company) ___ Cervin (another name for the Matterhorn) ___ City (Ohio town named for a U.S. president's moniker) ___ City, California locale named for local flora ___ City, seat of a Kansas county of the same name ___ concolor (cougar's taxonomic name) ___ Corp., former name for Royal Crown Cola ___ Cruz (name on old Mexican maps) ___ de France (old name for Mauritius) ___ de plume (pen name) ___ de plume (pen names) ___ Def (erstwhile hip-hop name) ___ Def (rapper Yasiin Bey's former stage name) ___ Defense (chess opening named after an Eastern European) ___ Dew (rebranded brand name) ___ di Bassetto (G.B.S. pen name) ___ Dinesen (literary pen name) ___ dire (namely): Fr. ___ Disney Resort (original name of Disneyland Paris) ___ Drink (Pepsi's original name) ___ Evans, Chubby Checker's birth name ___ Eye, former name of St. Paul, Minn. ___ Fagan, Billie Holiday's birth name ___ Field (former name of Minute Maid Park) ___ fighter (early name for a UFO) ___ first-name basis ___ Food (Ben & Jerry's flavor named after a band) ___ France (former name of Mauritius) ___ Friday (Radiohead's original name) ___ Gay (historic name) ___ Gay (infamous plane named for the pilot's mother) ___ Hill (soul group composed entirely of one-named musicians) ___ House (big name in chocolate chip cookies) ___ Islands (the Bermudas' former name) ___ Islands, former name of Belau ___ jacket (coat named for an Indian statesman) ___ Jackson (Ice Cube's real name) ___ Jackson: rapper Ice Cube's birth name ___ Jean (Marilyn's birth name) ___ Jordan, real name of the Green Lantern ___ King (New York City Chinese take-out with an eye-opening name) ___ Lee (big name in cakes) ___ Lee (cake name) ___ Lines (big name in cruises) ___ Mama (drink named for an Atlantic island group) ___ Marchand (Foxy Brown's real name) ___ Marchand (rapper Foxy Brown's real name) ___ Nabisco (former corporation name) ___ Nabisco (Oreo producer's former name) ___ name (computer ID) ___ name (identity hider) ___ O'More, name of three Irish chieftains ___ Octavius ("Spider-Man" villain Doc Ock's "real" name) ___ of Lagery (Pope Urban II's real name) ___ Perignon (Champagne name) ___ Pilots, original name of the Milwaukee Brewers ___ Plaza, former Calgary landmark name ___ plume: pen name ___ ranger (punny name for a British yuppie, based on a fancy London neighborhood) ___ Reader (former magazine name) ___ Reader (magazine name) ___ Rico (Spanish name for Scrooge McDuck) ___ Search (former name for Bing) ___ St. James, first woman to be named the Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, 1992 ___ Thai (official name of Thailand) ___ Trophy (golf award named after a Spanish player) ___ Victor (big name in old recordings) ___ Volta (former name of Burkina Faso) ___ von Bismarck (namesake of North Dakota's capital) ___ Way (Block on Ninth Avenue in New York between 15th and 16th named after a sweet) ___ Williams (big name in bourbon) ___ World Peace (Ron Artest's newly-proposed name) ___ Yale, for whom Yale University is named ___ Zelnicek (celebrity's maiden name) ___ Zor-El, Supergirl's birth name ____ a Name ____-Lay (big name in snacks) ___-B (toothbrush name) ___-Barbera (big name in cartoons) ___-El (Superman's birth name) ___-El (Superman's real name) ___-Jo (1988 Olympics name) ___-Jo (name from the Olympics) ___-Lay (big name in snack food) ___-surf (Google your own name, e.g.) ___-Us (brand name kids know well) ___, Cheatham, and Howe (bad name for a law firm) ___surf (google your own name) ... and last name of this puzzle's quipster ... and 99-Across starred in musicals and share their first names with a classic sitcom couple ''__ Name'' (Croce song) ''__ pleasure, sure, to see one's name in print'': Byron ''A Boy Named ___'' ''A Christmas Carol'' name ''At the Movies'' name ''At Wit's End'' name ''Bennie and the Jets'' name ''Braveheart'' name ''CSI'' name ''Deal or No Deal'' name ''Fargo'' family name ''I Got a Name'' singer ''I Love Lucy'' name ''Layla'' singer's first name ''Leatherstocking Tales'' name ''Little Red Book'' name ''Married With Children'' name ''Me and You and a Dog Named Boo'' artist ''Mona Lisa'' name ''Money-saving,'' in product names ''My Name is Earl'' airer ''Name That ___'' ''Ninotchka'' name ''Notorious'' name ''Princess Bride'' name ''Producers'' name ''Pulp Fiction'' name ''Purlie Victorious'' name ''Scream'' name ''Sesame Street'' name ''The King and I'' name ''The King of Queens'' first name ''The Last Supper'' name ''The Magnificent Seven'' name ''The Name of the Rose'' novelist ''The Nanny'' name ''Weekend Edition'' name ''Westworld'' name ''WKRP'' name '00 White Stripes album named after art movement? '01 Slipknot state-named album '07 Travis single off "The Boy with No Name" '30s dance named after an aviator '50s campaign button name '50s campaign name '50s political slogan name '50s presidential campaign name '50s sitcom name '50s slogan name '50s White House name '56 ticket name '60s band co-founder who changed his professional name to Roger '60s jacket style named for a Hindu leader '70s Olympics name '70s pinup name '70s sitcom family name '70s TV character name whose original Broadway spelling had an "a" instead of an "e" '70s-'80s Renault with a French-sounding name '80s band with a ! after its name '80s pop duo with an exclamation point in its name '80s TV character with the given names Jefferson Davis '80s TV series with a talking car named KITT '90s-'00s Lifetime sitcom in which viewers chose the name of the title character '96 Republican primary name '98 homerun derby name 'A Boy Named Sue' singer 'A Doll's House' family name 'A Street-car Named Desire' role 'A Streetcar Named Desire' director Kazan 'A Streetcar Named Desire' surname 'An Inconvenient Truth' name 'Dallas' family name 'Diff'rent Strokes' family name 'Full House' family name 'Hallowed be ___ name' 'King' Cole's first name 'Mission: Impossible' name 'My Fair Lady' name 'My Name Is ___' 'My Name Is Earl' concept 'My Name Is Earl' star 'Seinfeld' first name 'Smallville' name 'Son of,' in Arab names 'The Grapes of Wrath' family name 'The Name Game' singer Shirley 'The Name of the Rose' writer 'The Sound of Music' family name " . . . ___ any other name . . . " " . . . he ___ known my name" " . . . one whose name was ___ in water": Keats
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