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# Clue
1. Doris or Dennis
2. Doris or Clarence
3. Dennis or Clarence
4. "Life With Father" family name
5. Kind of nursery
6. Time of light
7. Flag or Judgment
8. Sunrise to sunset
9. "Life with Father" author
10. Dusk to dusk
11. "Life with Father" name
12. Dennis, but not the Menace
13. Author of "Life with Father"
14. Justice Sandra ___ O'Connor
15. "Great ___,"song
16. Night's partner
17. Clarence or Doris
18. Pay or hey follower
19. Week component
20. ___ one (onset)
21. Porter's "Night and ___"
22. Forsyth's "The ___ of the Jackal"
23. D or V
24. In-and-out time period
25. SeeDown
26. "An apple a ___ . . . "
27. "Life with Father'' writer
28. "Have a nice _____!"
29. Light time
30. Kentucky Derby winner _____ Star
31. "Pillow Talk" actress
32. "Midnight Lace" actress, 1960
33. It breaks every morning
34. Dennis or Doris
35. Page in an appointment book
36. See 121-Down
37. Temp's work unit
38. ___ trader
39. Calendar box
40. Word repeated in "___ in, ___ out"
41. Word that can follow the first part or precede the second part of 22-, 28-,or 55-Across
42. 1/of a fortnight
43. "Make my ___!"
44. "Happy Mother's ___!"
45. It's 24 hours long - or only between sunrise and sunset
46. Actress Doris
47. Joke-a-___ calendar
48. Night's counterpart
49. One out of 365 or 366
50. When vampires sleep
51. ___ and night
52. It breaks early
53. It breaks
54. Que Sera Sera singer
55. Diary section
56. On the first ___ of...
57. Memorial, e.g.
58. Planner page
59. Week division
60. Bad time for a vampire
61. One of 365 in 2021
62. Word before break or care
63. WORD AFTER "LABOR" OR "ARBOR"
64. Our ___ Will Come
65. Daniel __-Lewis
66. A _____ At the Races
67. Kind of camp or care
68. The ___ of the Jackal
69. Sunlight
70. Calendar division
71. Time in court?
72. Eve follower
73. Word before and after "by" in a "Godspell" song title
74. Light period
75. It breaks at sunrise
76. It goes on for hours
77. Time for light work?
78. Timecard division
79. Word with labor or camp
80. Rotation duration
81. Dracula's downtime
82. Appointment-calendar page, perhaps
83. Last word of "Gone With the Wind"
84. Hours of sunlight
85. Labor __
86. Beatles' "A __ in the Life"
87. And God called the light __: Genesis
88. Week segment
89. Light interval
90. Word with trip or light
91. Doris who sang "Que Sera, Sera"
92. One might be lazy
93. Time to seize?
94. Word with job or laborer
95. One of a calendar septet
96. __ trader
97. One rotation of Earth on its axis
98. 15 across singer Doris ____
99. Night and __
100. Christmas or New Year's
101. Call it a __
102. Eight hours, to most workers
103. __-Glo
104. __-Glo paint
105. Life With Father author
106. When the sun is up
107. Camp or care preceder
108. Part of a week
109. Snow __
110. 24-hour period
111. Era ended by Vesuvius?
112. Bright planet, sometimes
113. A parking garage may have special pricing for it
114. Start of a 1957 hit song
115. Place to get a facial
116. Fright when it's light?
117. Long-running TV show featuring the Hortons and the Bradys
118. A previous time
119. Taylor who sang "Tell It to My Heart"
120. Me say this word in a 1957 hit
121. Repeated word in "The Banana Boat Song"
122. Go for a quick cruise, say
123. Clouded condition
124. Something that stuns
125. National Aviation Hall of Fame city
126. One doesn't hold stock for long
127. Arizona ballplayer, casually
128. Place to treat yourself
129. Long-running show whose iconic hourglass is in the Smithsonian collection
130. Groggy state
131. Carafe ___ (French restaurant order)
132. Jagger and Jones
133. Roster of 'A' students
134. 600 jesters?
135. Kill, as pain
136. ___ Prudence
137. What you might go, if you rock too hard
138. Grateful Dead "Wait until that ___ come round"
139. Linkin Park's Bennington's side project
140. Argument over bands
141. Windshield solvent
142. Initials for the self-employed
143. Brazen crime
144. When fate comes knocking on the door
145. Phrase after "call me anytime"
146. Invasion time
147. Light hours
148. Bewildered condition
149. Time in the sun
150. Training ___
151. It breaks every 24 hours
152. Appointment book page
153. Actor Daniel ____ -Lewis
154. Pillow Talk star
155. Groundhog ___
156. Calendar segment
157. Kind of bed or job
158. Page on some calendars
159. It breaks at dawn
160. Let's call it a ___
161. Midnight to midnight
162. Square on a calendar
163. Sandra ___ O'Connor
164. Sunlit period
165. Night and ___
166. Bellow's "Seize the ___"
167. Dog's traditional possession
168. Doris of films
169. Dog's due
170. Part of a month
171. Life With Father family name
172. Life with Father name
173. Great ___, 1929 song
174. An apple a ___ . . .
175. Have a nice _____!
176. Life with Father writer
177. 1878 Kentucky Derby winner _____ Star
178. Pop singer Taylor___
179. Class distraction
180. Parts of a baseball schedule
181. Dawn-till-dusk
182. Six-Day War leader
183. Drop-off center, of sorts
184. Vampire's undoing
185. Israeli leader with an eyepatch
186. Child's need, maybe
187. Kind of camp
188. 86,400 seconds
189. Dawn to dusk
190. Calendar square
191. 1,440 minutes
192. It breaks in the morning
193. Dawn to dusk, or dawn to dawn
194. It's just not my ___!
195. Word with camp or care
196. Kind of bed
197. Box on a calendar
198. One rotation of the earth
199. Opposite of night
200. Kind of trader
201. Kind of care
202. See 25-Down
203. Justice Sandra ___ O
204. ___ job
205. Rotation period
206. Word before and after "after"
207. What each set of circled letters spells
208. When the sun shines
209. Calendar unit
210. Word that can follow the first part or precede the second part of 22-, 28-, 46- or 55-Across
211. See 28-Down
212. Time piece?
213. Journal unit
214. Wedding ___
215. When it's light
216. Word repeated before "in" and "out"
217. Stalest (7)
218. Daylight
219. Ben ___, famous printer (1838–1916)
220. Supreme Court Justice, 1903–22
221. Red letter ___
222. Word that can follow the first part or precede the second part of -, 28-, 46- or 55-Across
223. He wrote "Life with Father"
224. Laraine's maiden name
225. 24 hours
226. "A ___ At the Races"
227. "An apple a ___... "
228. "And God called the light ___" (Gen. 1:5)
229. "And God called the light ___": Genesis
230. "Animal House" band Otis ___ and the Knights
231. "Beautiful ___" (U2 hit)
232. "Calamity Jane" star
233. "Collide" Howie
234. "Great ___ " 1929 song
235. "Groundhog ___"
236. "Have a Romy and Michelle ___!"
237. "Have a nice ___!"
238. "I have had a ___!"
239. "It was a beautiful ___" U2
240. "It'll be a cold ___ in hell..."
241. "It's just not my ___!"
242. "It's just not my ___"
243. "Let's call it a ___"
244. "Life with Father" author.
245. "Life with Father" man.
246. "Life with Father" writer
247. "Midnight Lace" actress 1960
248. "Night and ___"
249. "On the first ___ of..."
250. "Our ___ Will Come"
251. "Pillow Talk" star
252. "Que Sera Sera" singer
253. "Que Sera Sera" singer 1956
254. "Que Sera Sera" singer
255. "Que Sera Sera" singer Doris
256. "Seize the ___!"
257. "Seize the ___"
258. "Storm Warning" star
259. "Sufficient unto the ___... "
260. "The Remains of the ___"
261. "The ___ of the Jackal"
262. "Whew! What a ___!"
263. "You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)" author Felicia
264. "___ Dreaming" (Aretha Franklin)
265. "___ Tripper"
266. "___ Tripper" (Beatles tune)
267. "___ Tripper": Beatles
268. "___ of the Tentacle" (video game)
269. #5
270. 'Training ___'
271. 1 440 minutes
272. 1/14 of a fortnight
273. 1878 Kentucky Derby winner ___ Star
274. 2015 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee
275. 24-hour time
276. 86 400 seconds
277. A great one can make your week
278. A little less than 11 hours on Saturn
279. Actor Daniel ___ -Lewis
280. Actor Daniel ___-Lewis
281. Alliance leader Stockwell
282. Appointment-calendar page perhaps
283. Arbor or Labor successor
284. Astronomical measurement
285. Author Clarence
286. Author Clarence ("Life with Father")
287. Bad hair ___
288. Bat's time to sleep
289. Beatles "A ___ in the Life"
290. Beatles' "A ___ in the Life"
291. Beatles: "A ___ in the Life"
292. Bed or book start
293. Billie a.k.a. Lady ---
294. Box on a time sheet
295. Box on a wall calendar
296. Boxing ___
297. Boxing ___ (December 26 and hint to this puzzle's theme)
298. Break or time preceder
299. Break time?
300. Butcher's offering
301. Calamity Jane star
302. Calendar component
303. Calendar page
304. Calendar piece
305. Calendar rectangle
306. Calendar space
307. Call it a ___
308. Canadian Alliance leader Stockwell
309. Certain trader
310. Charlie of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
311. Clear as ___
312. Common rotation cycle
313. Daniel -- -Lewis
314. Daniel ___-Lewis
315. Daniel ___-Lewis of "Phantom Thread"
316. Dawn follower
317. Dawn to dusk or dawn to dawn
318. Dawn to dusk.
319. Dennis but not the Menace
320. Diary division
321. Diary unit
322. Doris nee Kappelhoff
323. Doris nee Von Kappelhoff
324. Doris of "Pillow Talk"
325. Doris who sang "Que Sera Sera"
326. Duran Duran's "Election ___"
327. Earth ___
328. Easter for one
329. Eight hours to many workers
330. Eight hours to most workers
331. Eight-hour shift
332. End of the quotation
333. Epitome of clarity?
334. Epitome of clearness?
335. Every dog has his
336. Flag or field follower
337. Follower of Martin Luther King Jr.
338. Fop
339. Former Supreme Court middle name
340. Generally preferred work shift
341. Global rotation
342. Golf star Jason
343. Green ___
344. Groundhog ___ (February 2)
345. Have a nice one
346. Heavenly cycle
347. Hours of work.
348. Hudson co-star often
349. Hudson's "Pillow Talk" co-star
350. Hudson's Pillow Talk co-star
351. Hudson's three-time costar
352. It breaks each morning
353. It disappears for about six months a year at the poles
354. It ends at midnight
355. It makes your week
356. It runs from 0:00 to 0:00
357. Jason of the PGA
358. Journal page
359. Justice O'Connor originally
360. Justice Sandra --- O'Connor
361. Kind of job
362. Kind of school
363. Kind of time
364. LDS part
365. Length of some contracted jobs
366. Life ___; Star Wars celebration
367. Light.
368. Lover Come Back star
369. Memorial e.g.
370. Minneapolis music man Morris
371. Mother's ___
372. NFL Game ___ 2001 (video game)
373. New Year's Eve for one
374. New Year's ___
375. New York's St. Patrick's ___ Parade
376. Night follower
377. Night's antithesis
378. Night's opposite
379. Night's successor
380. Noon to noon
381. On Saturn it's about 10 hours
382. One Fine ___
383. One of seven
384. One of seven per week
385. One of the shifts
386. One revolution
387. One revolution of the earth on its axis
388. One to one say
389. One-seventh of a week
390. One-to-one interval?
391. Operation Overlord time
392. Opposition leader Stockwell
393. PGA's Glen
394. Part of LDS
395. Part of a fortnight.
396. Part of a well-known septet
397. Period after which most social media Stories (and parts of this puzzle) disappear
398. Period of power
399. Period of power or influence.
400. Period of time
401. Period on Venus that's longer than a year on Venus (!)
402. Period when street lights are turned off
403. Planner square
404. Postmaster General.
405. Precedes O'Connor
406. Present time for short
407. Revolutionary period?
408. Ruler after Night in Greek mythology
409. Saturn's is a little more than 10 hours
410. Sentimental Journey singer
411. Seventh of a week
412. Shakespeare's "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's ___?"
413. Single go-round?
414. Single rotation period
415. Six months at the North Pole
416. Snow ___
417. Square on a calendar often
418. Summer ___
419. Sun follower
420. Sunlight.
421. Sunshine.
422. Sunup to sundown
423. Support for a daisy or tulip (You're on fire!)
424. Thanksgiving ___
425. The Beatles' "___ Tripper"
426. There's a new one tomorrow
427. Time period
428. Time period.
429. Time piece
430. Time to attack
431. Time's up
432. Time.
433. Tomorrow is a new one
434. Tomorrow for example
435. Transgender ___ of Visibility
436. Trip of Helios's chariot
437. Twelve-hour period
438. Twofold
439. Type of care job or camp
440. U.S. author
441. U2's was "Beautiful"
442. Up time?
443. V-J ___
444. Vampire's time to sleep
445. Wall calendar box
446. Wall calendar rectangle
447. Week fraction
448. Week or sun follower
449. Week part
450. Week unit
451. Weekly septet
452. What God called the light
453. What light indicates
454. When a vampire sleeps
455. When diurnal predators hunt
456. When it's light it's this
457. When the sun is out
458. When the sun is shining
459. Word after "Arbor" or "Labor"
460. Word after school or sick
461. Word before "in" and "out"
462. Word before "of the Jackal" or "of the Dolphin" in 1973 movies
463. Word before bed or dream
464. Word before break or camp
465. Word before break or dream
466. Word before or after "one"
467. Word before trip or trader
468. Word repeated in "___ in ___ out"
469. Word that goes before and after "after"
470. Word with "camp" or "care"
471. Word with "care" or "dream"
472. Word with May or pay
473. Word with care or camp
474. Word with care or dream
475. Word with care or mare
476. Word with job or labor
477. Word with trip or trade
478. Work period
479. Work time usually
480. Work unit
481. ___ camp (children's summer diversion)
482. ___ lily (common origami bloom)
483. ___ one (very beginning)
484. ___ trip
485. ___-Glo
486. ___-Glo paint
487. ___-night doubleheader
488. Last name of a famous "Father"
489. Seize the ___!
490. Seize the ___
491. Have a nice ___!
492. Type of care, job or camp
493. Sunup
494. Sentimental Journey singer
495. Doris' dresses?
496. The Banana Boat Song
497. Life With Father author
498. Moshe of Israel
499. ___ az Zawr Syria
500. Moshe ___, Israeli statesman
501. It begins in the spring
502. Eight hours, to many workers
503. On Saturn, it's about 10 hours
504. When it's light, it's this
505. Continuously
506. They shorten in winter
507. Israeli military hero
508. Hawaii doesn't observe it
509. Hudson co-star, often
510. Dawns
511. Three things you may save
512. Week in and week out
513. Begin's foreign minister
514. Taylor who sang "Beautiful"
515. ___ labor (some temp work)
516. 9-to-5 work shift
517. Family-friendly workplace perk
518. Venus and others
519. ___ Inn
520. Stupefy
521. Place for a masseuse
522. Calendar units
523. Place for a facial
524. The beginning
525. Harry Belafonte catchword
526. Belafonte hit
527. Seeing stars
528. Routine
529. HST's successor
530. Ike's initials
531. Extinct
532. More expensive
533. 1944 turning point
534. Famous invasion date
535. Stupefies
536. Belafonte refrain
537. Fortnight's fourteen
538. Kind of Emmy
539. Befuddled state
540. State of bewilderment
541. See 65 Down
542. See 41-Across
543. Escape, in a way
544. Six-Day War commander
545. Stared off into space
546. Summer time
547. Employee benefit, perhaps
548. Nonstop
549. Army-base hangout
550. Israeli military hero with an eye patch
551. Convertible couch
552. See 62-Across
553. Six-Day War hero
554. Part 6 of the quip
555. Stargaze
556. Last ___ of Pompeii.
557. Time of light.
558. Sunlit periods.
559. Morning star.
560. Supreme Court Justice, 1903–22.
561. Army insecticide.
562. Red letter ___.
563. Constructor of The One-Hoss Shay.
564. Bornean: Var.
565. The D in DST.
566. He wrote "Life with Father."
567. Describing wintertime at the poles.
568. Last name of a famous "Father."
569. First printer in New England.
570. Fictional father.
571. Builder of castles in the air.
572. Opportunity.
573. Journal.
574. All in a ___ work.
575. Idle fancy.
576. Piece of furniture.
577. Reveries.
578. Life With Father man.
579. Chaise lounge.
580. Publicity, figuratively.
581. Castle builder.
582. Mother's concern.
583. Name in the news.
584. ___ Day.
585. Early time.
586. __-night doubleheader
587. Earth __
588. __ trip
589. New Year's __
590. Period of time, in seconds in Edinburgh, Paris, Lyon?
591. Twenty-four hours
592. Time of weekend pass
593. Fictional father
594. A number of years
595. Opportunity
596. Specified time
597. Hours of work
598. Postmaster General
599. Sunshine
600. Time
601. Sufficient unto the ___
602. Part of a fortnight
603. Period of power or influence
604. US author
605. Great ___, song
606. Word that ends all seven parts of the week
607. Hollywood's Doris ___
608. Downtime for Dracula
609. One of the seven in a week
610. Wedding __