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POSSIBLE CLUES FOR "SIR"
# Clue
1. Gawain or Echo
2. "Aye-aye, ___"
3. "To ___ with Love"
4. Walter Raleigh, e.g.
5. Gielgud's title
6. Falstaff's title
7. Knightly title
8. Chaplin's title
9. Knight's title
10. Letter opener
11. Baronet's title
12. Eden or Olivier
13. Galahad's title
14. Letter man
15. Title for Coward or Chaplin
16. Beecham or Beerbohm
17. Bors or Modred
18. Title Chaplin held
19. Dame's opposite
20. Part of a salutation
21. Wodehouse title
22. "Little ___ Echo"
23. Dubbed one
24. Title Drake held
25. Max Beerbohm, for one
26. British rank
27. Novelist Haggard's title
28. Haggard's title
29. Business-letter word
30. Title for Guinness
31. Guinness, for one
32. Gareth's title
33. Title of respect
34. Preppie's word of address
35. Bors, for one
36. Bors or Gawain
37. ___ Huon,Derby winner
38. Solti's title
39. Polite address
40. K.B.E.'s title
41. Kay's title
42. ___ Galahad
43. Bors, e.g.
44. Bors or Geraint
45. Guinness title
46. Title for a baronet
47. Bors or Kay
48. Gawain's title
49. Conductor Solti's title
50. Little ___ Echo of songdom
51. Raleigh's title
52. Title for Eden
53. Echo of songdom
54. "Little ___ Echo,"song
55. Walter Raleigh, among others
56. English title
57. Title Churchill had
58. Word of politesse
59. Walter Raleigh, for one
60. "l am ___ Oracle . . . ": Shak.
61. Camelot title
62. Dear follower
63. "To ___ With Love," Poitier film
64. Title novelist Haggard held
65. Gentleman's title
66. Guinness or Coward
67. Rex Harrison's title
68. Lieutenant, to a private
69. Pinero's title
70. Menuhin's title
71. Title Pinero had
72. Army address
73. Address for Raleigh
74. "Yes ___, That's My Baby"
75. Title Noël Coward held
76. Military address
77. Gen. Schwarzkopf's new title
78. Title for Gawain
79. New title for Schwarzkopf
80. Madam's mate
81. Churchill, e.g.
82. Dear one?
83. Salutation for Edmund Hillary
84. Mister
85. "Dear _____"
86. Lady's man
87. Newton, for one
88. Title for Gilbert or Sullivan
89. Ma'am's counterpart
90. How to address a knight
91. Herr, here
92. ___ Winston Churchill
93. ___ Roger de Coverley (country dance)
94. Sidney Poitier title role
95. Knight
96. Word for a superior
97. Elton John, e.g.
98. Knight, by definition
99. "Yes, ___!"
100. Base address
101. Round Table address
102. "Mister!"
103. Word said with a salute
104. What to call a sergeant
105. What to call a baronet
106. Gent
107. What Marcie called 52-Down
108. Round Table title
109. Yes and no follower
110. Private's greeting
111. Francis Drake, for one
112. Raleigh, for one
113. "Yes" follower
114. Elton John, since 1998
115. Yes or no follower
116. Charlie Chaplin title
117. Paul McCartney, for one
118. "Hey, mister!"
119. "Dear" one
120. "My dear man"
121. Camelot honorific
122. Churchill, for one
123. What to call an officer
124. Poitier role
125. Chaplin title
126. ___ Barton (first Triple Crown winner)
127. What to call a knight
128. Hardly an ordinary Joe
129. Kingly honoree
130. Paul McCartney title
131. Headmaster's title
132. What a person may become when kneeling
133. McCartney title
134. "Dear" letter recipient
135. Respectful term
136. What to call an officer, maybe
137. Madam's counterpart
138. Madam's partner
139. Person touched on the shoulder?
140. Frequent word after yes or no
141. My dear man
142. Title for Isaac Newton
143. Officer's honorific
144. General address
145. "My dear fellow"
146. How every letter to The Economist begins
147. Round Table honorific
148. Fine fellow
149. Title for Michael Caine
150. Title for 48-Across and 3-Down
151. Word before and after "yes"
152. Walter Scott title
153. Terse letter opener
154. Business letter recipient?
155. What 16-Across has been called since 1998
156. Quaint letter start
157. Word often following yes or no
158. Tristan's title
159. McCartney, e.g.
160. U2's Bono, since 2007
161. "My dear ___"
162. Title for Mick Jagger
163. Walter Raleigh or Walter Scott
164. Letter start
165. Mick Jagger's title
166. Title for Galahad
167. Title for Paul McCartney
168. Title for Walter Scott
169. ___ Barton, first Triple Crown winner, 1919
170. Service address
171. Francis Drake, Isaac Newton or Mix-a-Lot
172. Military title?
173. Officer's title
174. Lancelot's title
175. Title for U2's Bono
176. Alfred Hitchcock title
177. With 39-Across and 58-Down, response to a military command
178. See 11-Down
179. Cry with a salute
180. One who's been tapped on the shoulder?
181. Any knight
182. Rugby official, whether male or female
183. "No ___!"
184. Title for 18-Across
185. Elton John title
186. Title for Winston Churchill
187. Frequent word from a valet
188. British Empire honoree
189. Rap's ___ Mix-a-Lot
190. Headmaster honorific
191. Military term of address
192. Word before and after "no"
193. "My dear man"
194. Knight's title
195. Madam's counterpart
196. Man just after kneeling?
197. Ma'am's counterpart
198. Its East African equivalent is "bwana"
199. Follower of yes or no in the military
200. Paul McCartney or Ringo Starr
201. ___ Toby, character in "Twelfth Night"
202. Noble title
203. "Kind ___" (term of politeness)
204. Word before and after yes, in the military
205. What Marcie calls Peppermint Patty in "Peanuts"
206. Title for two Beatles
207. Common base word
208. British title
209. Title reportedly turned down by Stephen Hawking
210. "Aaron Burr, ___" (song from "Hamilton")
211. How Marcie addresses Peppermint Patty, for no apparent reason
212. Title for Paul McCartney or Elton John
213. Anthony Hopkins, for one
214. Elton John or Mick Jagger
215. Follower of yes or no
216. Title for the entitled, maybe
217. "Aaron Burr, ___" ("Hamilton" song)
218. Courtly title
219. Lord's title
220. Dear fellow
221. "___ Duke" (1976 Stevie Wonder hit)
222. One who's been tapped on the shoulder?
223. "No ___!"
224. Rap's ___ Mix-a-Lot
225. See 109-Across
226. Arthur Conan Doyle title
227. "Yes, ___"
228. Title for Paul McCartney or Mick Jagger
229. "Right honourable" sort
230. Galahad or Lancelot
231. "Aaron Burr, ___" ("Hamilton" song with a rhyming title)
232. Title bestowed on 72-Across
233. Word before and after "yes," in the Army
234. One who's been tapped on the shoulder
235. Isaac Newton, e.g.
236. Lancelot's title
237. "For once maybe someone will call me '___,' without adding, 'You're making a scene'": Homer Simpson
238. Ian McKellen, e.g.
239. Title equivalent to Dame
240. Title bestowed on Mick Jagger in 2003 (although the queen refused to present the award herself)
241. "Dear" one
242. "My dear fellow"
243. Officer's title
244. Ben Kingsley or Ian McKellen, e.g.
245. Entitled Brit?
246. "My dear man …"
247. Title for Geraint or Gawain