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# Clue
1. "Mighty Lak ___"
2. Left one's bed
3. Start of Gertrude's quote
4. "___ by any other name . . . "
5. "Mighty Lak' ___"
6. Appeared above the horizon
7. End of a Stein line
8. Hit the deck, in one sense
9. What the minutemen did
10. Had origin
11. "___ by any other name . . . ": Juliet
12. Greeted the dawn
13. "Mighty Lak ____"
14. Met the day
15. "___ by any other name . . . ": Shak.
16. Got up and at 'em
17. End of a Gertrude Stein quote
18. Obeyed the alarm clock
19. Went skyward
20. Left the chair
21. Stopped lying
22. Emerged
23. "There's Something About ___ (That Reminds Me of You)"
24. Didn't hit the snooze button
25. Sprang forth
26. Dawned
27. Resulted (from)
28. Came to be
29. William Browne poem "___, as Fair as Ever Saw the North"
30. "When out on the lawn there ___ such a clatter ..."
31. A flower came up
32. Got up to get a flower
33. A flower presented itself
34. Left the sack
35. Words from Stein
36. Gave a standing O, say
37. Came into play
38. Came into existence
39. Became apparent
40. ___ by any other name...
41. Took wing, e.g.
42. ___ by any other name ...
43. Stein quote ending
44. Hit the decks
45. Came to mind
46. Was broached
47. Left the bench
48. That which we call __ ...: Shakespeare
49. Broached in conversation
50. Emanated
51. Insurrected
52. There __ such a clatter...
53. Sprang into being
54. Obeyed reveille
55. Crawled out of bed
56. Faulkner's "__ for Emily"
57. ... __ / By any other name ...
58. ... __ / By any other name ...: Juliet
59. Rolled out of bed
60. Greeted the day
61. Sprang (from)
62. Tossed off the covers
63. Hopped out of bed
64. Did stand up?
65. Middle of Stein's line
66. Stein ending
67. End of a Stein's line
68. Stein line ender
69. Bobbed up
70. Left the depths
71. I Never Promised You __ Garden
72. Came up
73. Stopped lying?
74. Lost a lap?
75. Came about
76. Sprang up
77. Abstract art pioneer Jean
78. Opposite of depression
79. Like a cat playing in catnip
80. Collage With Squares Arranged According to the Laws of Chance artist
81. Creator of the bronze "En Songe"
82. With 56-Down, where to find this puzzle's 12 theme answers
83. Shakes from a slumber
84. ... ducks in ___
85. Sequentially, after "in"
86. Without interruption, after "in"
87. Leaves and Navels artist
88. Sculptor who described art as "a fruit that grows in man"
89. Artist who created "chance collages"
90. One of the first artists to incorporate random chance
91. Generate, as suspicion
92. Fleming and Linkletter
93. They're kept in a quiver
94. 29-Across motto starter
95. Caesar's craft
96. Make it there
97. Spanish for 'rice'
98. '-- longa ...'
99. '-- gratia artis'
100. Departure's opp.
101. Pt. of ETA
102. In -- (owing)
103. Love singer Lee
104. ___ Garfunkel
105. Dark Funeral "The Secrets of the Black ___"
106. Label named after goddess
107. Trump's modest autobiography "The ___ of the Deal"
108. In for ___ awakening
109. Antiqua or Nova preceder
110. Up to something
111. Airport abbreviation
112. Airport terminal abbr.
113. ... pretty maids all in _____
114. And pretty maids all in _____
115. Three in _____
116. Dada daddy?
117. Dadaist Jean _____
118. ___ by any other name would smell as sweet (Shakespeare)
119. Left a chair
120. Gave a standing ovation, say
121. Got vertical
122. ... by any other name would ...
123. Moved upward
124. That which we call ___ ...: Shakespeare
125. That which we call ___ ... (Shakespeare)
126. Debunked?
127. ___ by any other name . . .
128. Cropped up
129. Faced the dawn
130. Got up
131. Words from Gertrude Stein
132. That which we call ___ . . .
133. Took place
134. Loomed up
135. Revolted
136. Gertrude Stein words
137. ___ by any other . . .
138. Heeded the alarm
139. Start of a Stein line
140. Mighty Lak ___
141. Mighty Lak' ___
142. Came into being
143. Showed respect for the National Anthem
144. Faulkner's "___ for Emily"
145. ___ by any other name . . . : Juliet
146. Mutinied
147. Mighty Lak ____
148. ___ by any other name . . . : Shak.
149. Hit the deck
150. Stroll path, perhaps
151. Impassion
152. Sound reveille
153. Firebrands
154. Left one's seat
155. ... maids all in ___
156. Lost a lap
157. Woke up
158. Started the day
159. Got out of bed
160. Materialized
161. Developed
162. Popped up
163. Awakened
164. Levitated
165. Quit lying
166. Faced the day
167. Got to one's feet
168. Lost one's lap
169. Came to attention
170. Jumped to one's feet
171. Responded to reveille
172. Was revolting?
173. Achieved prominence
174. Combined with arsenic; -- said some elementary substances or radicals; as, arseniureted hydrogen.
175. Became an issue
176. Appeared
177. Stood
178. Began
179. Originated
180. Stood up
181. Turned up
182. ...
183. Lifted off the launch pad, e.g.
184. Got up from sleeping
185. Loomed
186. Greeted the morning
187. ... according to Neil Young
188. Was mentioned
189. Sprang
190. Finnish islands in Gulf of Bothnia (5)
191. Matured
192. A gorgeous woman appeared
193. Subject of Gertrude Stein repetition
194. Ascended
195. Came into view
196. ___ is a rose is a rose
197. "--- by any other name..."
198. "... ___ / By any other name..."
199. "... ___ / By any other name...": Juliet
200. "... by any other name would..."
201. "I Never Promised You ___ Garden"
202. "Kiss From ___"
203. "Kiss From ___" (Seal hit)
204. "Love is ___ but you better not pick it" (Ronstadt lyric)
205. "Might Lak' ___."
206. "Mighty lak' ___."
207. "Now there ___ up a new king over Egypt" (Exod 1:8)
208. "Only ___ ."
209. "Only ___."
210. "That which we call ___... "
211. "That which we call ___..." (Shakespeare)
212. "That which we call ___...": Shakespeare
213. "There ___ such a clatter..."
214. "When out on the lawn there ___ such a clatter": Moore
215. "When out on the lawn there ___ such a clatter..."
216. "___ by any other name would smell as sweet"
217. "___ by any other name would smell as sweet" (Shakespeare)
218. "___ by any other name would..."
219. "___ by any other name"
220. "___ by any other name" (Shakespeare)
221. "___ by any other name" Shak.
222. "___ by any other name... "
223. "___ by any other name... ": Juliet
224. "___ by any other name... ": Shak.
225. "___ by any other name..."
226. "___ by any other name...": Shak.
227. "___ by any other... "
228. 'Kiss From --' (#1 hit for Seal)
229. '___ for Emily': Faulkner
230. 1991 Elvis Costello album "Mighty Like ___"
231. Answered the alarm
232. Answered the alarm.
233. Appeared.
234. Became a hot topic
235. Became a topic of conversation
236. Became prominent
237. Began the day
238. Began.
239. Broke out
240. But B stayed in bed
241. Came (from)
242. Came about.
243. Came forth
244. Came into view.
245. Came to light
246. Came to pass
247. Came to prominence
248. Came up (5)
249. Came up in conversation
250. Came up as a subject
251. Came up as a topic of conversation
252. Came up as in conversation
253. Came up in conversation
254. Came up like a conversation point
255. Came up.
256. Came up... and when parsed what comes up five other times in this puzzle
257. Ceased being supine
258. Ceased lying?
259. Climbed
260. Come out smelling like ___
261. Come up smelling like --
262. Come up smelling like ___
263. Defied gravity
264. Elvis Costello "Mighty Like ___"
265. Elvis Costello album "Mighty Like ___"
266. Emanated (from)
267. Emanated.
268. Emerged as an opportunity
269. Emerged like a sleeping giant
270. Emerged.
271. End of a well-known Stein line
272. Finished sitting
273. First appeared
274. Floated aloft
275. Floated to the surface
276. Gave a standing O say
277. Gave a standing ovation say
278. Gertrude Stein phrase
279. Gertrude Stein words.
280. Got famous
281. Got high
282. Got off one's chair
283. Got off the chair
284. Got out of a cot
285. Got up from one's chair
286. Got up.
287. Greeted the new day
288. Happened
289. Hit the deck in one sense
290. Honored the judge's entrance
291. Issued
292. Its nomenclature is uncorrelated with its saccharinity
293. Jumped up
294. Language in which "basmati" means "fragrant"
295. Left bed
296. Left one's downy couch
297. Left the bed
298. Left the couch
299. Left the recliner
300. Lifted off the launch pad e.g.
301. Loomed.
302. Made like a phoenix from the ashes
303. Many Sunday inserts
304. Needed to be dealt with
305. Neil Young "Love Is ___"
306. Occurred
307. Opposite of "lay"
308. Originated (from)
309. Originated.
310. Part of Gertrude Stein's line
311. Part of Stein line.
312. Part of a Gertrude Stein quote
313. Part of a Stein line
314. Prepared to give a standing O
315. Prepared to hear "The Star-Spangled Banner"
316. Prepared to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner"
317. Presented itself.
318. Quit the sack
319. Reacted to the alarm
320. Reared up
321. Reared up?
322. Rebelled
323. Rebelled.
324. Repeated words from Stein
325. Responded to an alarm
326. Responded to the alarm
327. Responded to the alarm clock
328. Resulted
329. Revolted.
330. Seal "Kiss From ___"
331. Seal's "Kiss From ___"
332. Showed up
333. Soared.
334. Sprang (from).
335. Sprang to one's feet
336. Sprang up to awaken without you
337. Sprang up.
338. Sprouted
339. Sprung
340. Sprung up
341. Sprung up.
342. Started
343. Started one's day
344. Started to somnambulate
345. Stein threepeat?
346. Stein's repetition
347. Stein-line ending
348. Stemmed
349. Stemmed (from)
350. Stirred
351. Stood up or flower?
352. Stood.
353. Stopped sitting
354. Subject of G. Stein definition.
355. Succeeded
356. Surfaced
357. Took part in a rebellion
358. Took to one's feet
359. Took wing
360. Took wing e.g.
361. Tossed off the covers and stood
362. Ushered in the day.
363. Vacated one's seat say
364. Was mentioned as a name
365. Was no longer supine
366. Was noticed
367. Went up
368. Went up.
369. What a comeback career did
370. Whipped up as a storm
371. William Browne poem "___ as Fair as Ever Saw the North"
372. ``___ by any other name..."
373. Got into motion
374. Only ___, by Friml
375. One-third of Stein's trio
376. When out on the lawn there ___ such a clatter . . .
377. _____ by any other name ...
378. Kiss From ___
379. Was mentioned, as a name
380. Kiss From ___ (Seal hit)
381. There ___ such a clatter ...
382. ``___ by any other name . . ."
383. In the area
384. ____ by any other name . . .
385. Awakening
386. More or less
387. Wake up
388. In the neighborhood
389. Incite
390. Roughly
391. Ceaselessly
392. Stimulate
393. In the vicinity
394. Dada co-founder
395. Stimulate, as curiosity
396. Approximately
397. In the vicinity of
398. Light a fire under
399. ___ by any other name (Shakespeare)
400. Whipped up, as a storm
401. No place in particular
402. Not far away
403. Time after time
404. Stir up, as curiosity
405. Near
406. Pique
407. Excite
408. Work up
409. In ranks
410. Dada pioneer
411. Dadaist Jean
412. Not too far away
413. Inspire
414. Stimulated
415. Ranked
416. Contemporary of Duchamp
417. Der Blaue Reiter artist
418. Cosmetician Adrien
419. Sparks
420. Wakens
421. See 32-Down
422. In ___ (lined up)
423. Stir up
424. Piques
425. French Dadaist
426. Painter Jean
427. Spark
428. Vivify
429. Waken
430. Artist Jean
431. Abbr. on a music score
432. Fiery felony
433. HEAD STARTS
434. Storehouse
435. Deck out
436. Bow's partner
437. Deodorant brand
438. Cupid's dart
439. Collars
440. Nabs
441. Give ___ for one's money
442. Make ___ for it
443. Stuck in ___
444. Yesterday
445. Michelangelo's work
446. Logan abbr.
447. Part of ETA
448. Put the cuffs on
449. Whet
450. Pretty maids all in _____
451. Get one's ducks in _____
452. Build a fire under
453. Stir to action
454. ... and pretty maids all in _____
455. In ___ (consecutively)
456. Dada figure
457. Sprang from
458. Wake-up calls
459. Provoke
460. Stir
461. Lined up
462. Stirs
463. Nonstop
464. Electrify
465. Come out smelling like __
466. Come up smelling like __
467. Extant
468. Dada father
469. Crazy
470. ___-the-clock
471. Where a dog-walker might go (and where a message is hidden in this puzzle)
472. Stirring
473. Kathleen E. Woodiwiss book, or stopped hibernating early?
474. When out on the lawn there ___ such a clatter ...
475. Or so
476. Reacted to reveille
477. Fire up
478. Alarm clocks.
479. Awakening.
480. Alarm clock.
481. Incite to action.
482. Call forth.
483. Subject of Gertrude Stein repetition.
484. Panama's new President.
485. President of Panama.
486. Got into motion.
487. Started the day.
488. An awakening.
489. Only ___,â€‌ by Friml. nyt 1954 AROSE Came into being. nyt 1954 AROSE One-third of Stein's trio. nyt 1954 AROSE Stein subject. nyt 1954 AROSE Stood. nyt 1954 AROUND In various places. nyt 195
490. And pretty maids all in ___.
491. Describing a d. p. that starts at third base.
492. Where the sophisticated have been.
493. Had origin.
494. Went skyward.
495. On every side.
496. Resulted (from).
497. Part of a Stein line.
498. Near by: Colloq.
499. Ring-around-___.
500. Excitation to action.
501. ___ Rose.
502. Another meaning for 20 Across.
503. Unceasing.
504. Excite.
505. ___ any other name . . .
506. 24 hours.
507. Nearby
508. Stein subject
509. That which we call ___
510. ___ by any other name
511. Only ___
512. Presented itself
513. Soared
514. Subject of G Stein definition
515. Another meaning for
516. Might Lak' ___
517. Part of Stein line
518. ___ by any other
519. ___ by any other name ... : Juliet
520. ___ by any other name ... : Shak.