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# Clue
1. "The ___ is silence"
2. Kind of cure
3. Musical stop
4. Part of R. & R.
5. Silent interval, in music
6. "God ___ ye merry . . . "
7. What pitchers need between games
8. Caesura
9. "The ___ is silence": Hamlet's last words
10. Timeout blessing
11. Mark in music
12. Part of R & R
13. Labor Day blessing
14. Become inactive
15. Coffee break
16. Advice to a workaholic
17. Enjoy a timeout
18. Parade ___
19. Rhythmic silence, in music
20. Advice to an energumen
21. Holiday boon for some
22. "The ___ is silence": Shak.
23. "If I ___, I rust": Luther
24. Music sign
25. Direction from Delius
26. What the weary don't get
27. Item on a spa schedule
28. Pianist's pause
29. Symbol for André Watts
30. " . . . ___, perturbed spirit!": Hamlet
31. Take ten or five
32. Musical hiatus
33. Symbol for Sibelius
34. Be at ease
35. Musical space
36. Lie on the oars
37. What workers enjoy on Jan. 1
38. Stop exercising
39. Cease activity
40. Rhythmic silence in music
41. Kind of period or home
42. Orchestrated silence
43. Time out for music
44. "Give it a _____"
45. There's none for the weary
46. Seventh day activity
47. Those not listed
48. Log some z's
49. SeeAcross
50. Breathing spell
51. Sabbath activity
52. Word with cure or room
53. With 113-Down, a roadside sight
54. Scorer's mark
55. Sit a spell
56. Medical advice, often
57. Silence of the staff
58. Takeclue 2
59. Be quiet
60. Doctor's advice, perhaps
61. Put one's legs up
62. With 16-Across, places to pull over
63. Everything else
64. No longer work
65. What the defense may do
66. Take a few minutes
67. Not play
68. Sign for a musician not to play
69. Something to take lying down?
70. Ubiquitous prescription
71. "Parade ___!"
72. Word before home and room
73. Take a timeout
74. The first "R" in R&R
75. Stop what you're doing
76. Stop working for the others
77. The others do without reconstruction of 3
78. Take 3, clue 2
79. Laze in the hammock
80. Partner of relaxation
81. Repay a sleep debt, say
82. Sit for a bit
83. Stop presenting evidence
84. Take a hammock break
85. ___ assured . . .
86. Have a nap, e.g.
87. Musical "don't play" symbol
88. Recharge your batteries
89. Remaining amount
90. Time in an easy chair, say
91. Don't play
92. Vacation goal
93. You may take it lying down
94. Hammock break
95. Finish in court
96. Staycation goal
97. Recline(d)
98. Cease to labor
99. Silence on a score
100. Sit for a spell
101. It's left (with "the")
102. Silence between notes
103. Silence on the staff
104. Squiggly music symbol
105. What's left over
106. Word with chin or head
107. Moment of silence
108. Observe the Sabbath?
109. Take a coffee break
110. The part that is left
111. Turn a computer off and then on
112. And now, the ___ of the story
113. Take ten!
114. Hit the hammock
115. Musical "time out"
116. No ___ for the weary
117. Unused portion
118. Musical interlude?
119. Unused part
120. What's left (which is found inside this puzzle's long answers)
121. Give it a ____!
122. Lie down for a spell
123. Beat without a sound, say
124. Muscle (away from)
125. Stop playing
126. ___ assured
127. New parent's wish, often
128. Staff entry?
129. Staff opening?
130. Staycation stuff
131. Staycation's goal, perhaps
132. Take a power nap
133. Additional ones not itemized
134. Catchall category, with "the"
135. Lie down for a bit
136. Staff marking
137. Word after bed or head
138. Whatever's left
139. Pause for new pep
140. Stress reducer
141. Sign to stop playing?
142. Composer's symbol
143. Stop calling witnesses, maybe
144. I ___ my case
145. Conclude, as one's case
146. Half of R&R
147. Symphony silence
148. Keep out of the lineup
149. Remaining part
150. With 66-Across, roadside stop
151. See 127-Down
152. Don't play symbol
153. Doctor's suggestion
154. Break in the music
155. Break at the office
156. See the 67-Across clue
157. What's leftover, with "the"
158. Last ones to deal with
159. Common medical advice
160. Exercise break
161. Ones not itemized
162. Score silence
163. Arm or chin follower
164. Interval of inactivity
165. Seventh-day activity, in the Bible
166. Don't play music staff symbol
167. Enjoy an easy chair
168. Mark not to play
169. Part that's left
170. Stretch out in a recliner
171. Word of medical advice
172. Silent spot in a score
173. Vacation purpose
174. Doctor's advice
175. Part of 6 Down
176. R and R part
177. With 100 Across, Interstate stop
178. Stop arguing
179. Stand still
180. Reason for a stop
181. Relaxation partner
182. Take five
183. Take a breather
184. What's left
185. Part of R & R
186. Remainder
187. Take ten
188. Extra boots
189. Have no fear
190. Just back from vacation, say
191. One who's lying
192. Take a siesta
193. Say again just for the record, say
194. Athlete's downtime
195. Stopped arguing
196. Touch up, as a painting
197. Place for picnicking and dog-walking
198. Options during computer woes
199. Paraphrase, say
200. Where to act on a gut feeling?
201. Post-vacation, say
202. Talk in one's sleep?
203. Show, as past events
204. Place to pull over
205. Breaks while lifting, say
206. They're found on staffs
207. Stops stewing
208. Fill positions differently
209. Computer action of last resort
210. Result of jumping the gun
211. *Small-claims court
212. Always moving
213. Do a store chore
214. Gets a break, maybe
215. Not fret
216. Journalists James and James Jr.
217. Dotted ones are half again as long
218. Finish differently, say
219. Put back in good condition
220. Pauses on sheet music
221. Some score marks
222. They take up some measures
223. Place to stop and text, perhaps
224. Where you might see someone walk the dog
225. Don't worry ...
226. Place to change drivers
227. Turnpike turnoffs [intimidate, in a way]
228. Came back strong
229. With 23-Across, picnic table locale
230. Lay-by : England :: ___ : America
231. Place to pull over on an interstate
232. Place with picnic tables, often
233. Athlete's time off
234. Eliminating the effects of wear and tear on, as was done to 38-Across
235. Never putting down roots for long
236. Stop playing symbols
237. Common fix for computer problems
238. What's left, in Paris
239. Be worry-free
240. Ready to face another day, say
241. What to do on the Sabbath, per the Bible
242. Fasten again, as documents
243. Turn off and on again, say
244. Wolfgang Puck, e.g.
245. Chip in passports
246. Subject line of a papal memo about forgiving devices that record porn?
247. Tribal land, slangily
248. Put a different label on
249. Unwinds
250. On Social Sec.
251. New exam
252. Fix, as the end of a pool cue
253. Changed the name of
254. Outline anew
255. No longer practicing Abbr.:
256. Snappy reply
257. What a rocker does after a major bomb, perhaps
258. ___ Horton Heat (abbr)
259. Depeche Mode "Some Great ___"
260. Type of Fender piano
261. What a sale is, to record company
262. Tells what a song is about
263. Beastie Boys "Paul ___"
264. Record label for a safari?
265. Industry representatives (Abbr.)
266. Industry group formed in '52 (abbr.)
267. Record label group (abbr.)
268. Where certifications come from (abbr.)
269. ___ Horton Heat (abbr.)
270. Pantera bassist Brown
271. Licensed to Ill song "Paul ___"
272. IDEJEHT
273. Roy Jones, Jr.'s workplace
274. That left over
275. Garden-variety tombstone inscription?
276. The defense _____!
277. Completes the defense
278. Gives it to the judge
279. Musical interludes
280. Shows what one witnessed
281. What jumping the gun causes
282. Word with bed or chin
283. Sat a spell
284. Takes paint off again
285. Word with bed or day of
286. Work on an old house or car
287. Musical hiatuses
288. Staff breaks?
289. Ends one's case
290. Gets all the breaks?
291. Break for the driver
292. Need for the weary
293. Do some recharging
294. One may take it lying down
295. Sheet music symbol for silence
296. Take time to unwind
297. God ____ ye merry ...
298. Sign of silence
299. Take a time-out
300. Finish, as a case
301. Seventh-day activity
302. Staff break?
303. Word with head or foot
304. It's left
305. Musical break
306. Period of silence
307. Take a nap, say
308. Vacation benefit
309. Word with stop or room
310. Sign of a musical break
311. Be quiet?
312. Break in a score
313. Down time
314. Get some downtime
315. Grab some water, maybe
316. Relaxation's partner
317. Seventh day commandment
318. Cure of a kind
319. Musical instruction
320. Part of R and R
321. Repose
322. The ___ is silence
323. Halting place
324. Take is easy
325. Tension easer
326. Time-out
327. Music notation
328. Part of R. and R.
329. Mark the Sabbath
330. Take time out
331. God ___ merry, . . .
332. Rhythmic silence
333. God ___ ye merry . . .
334. Part of R. & R.
335. Musical pause
336. The ___ is silence: Hamlet's last words
337. If I ___, I rust: Luther
338. The ___ is silence: Shak.
339. . . . ___, perturbed spirit!: Hamlet
340. Immobility
341. Pause in the action
342. Symbol for Andrأ© Watts
343. Give it a _____
344. Race do-overs
345. Remainder of Rennes
346. Fasten papers again
347. Turnpike locales
348. Computer instruction
349. Kind of home or room
350. Observe the Sabbath
351. Paraphrased
352. Ready to play again
353. Fix, as a bow
354. Turned over again
355. James Beard Award nominees
356. Kick back
357. Pause
358. Take a catnap
359. Use a hammock
360. Musical marking
361. Relaxation
362. Remain idle
363. Sheet-music symbol
364. Sign on a staff
365. Unwind
366. Pause that refreshes
367. Part of R&R
368. Prescription for stress
369. Catch your breath
370. Take a chill pill
371. Catch one's breath
372. Symphonic silence symbol
373. Others
374. Silence of the music staff
375. Stop for a bit
376. Kind of period or stop
377. Silence in the choir room
378. Downtime
379. The ___ is history
380. Pillow
381. Take it easy
382. Software installation requirement, often
383. Musical interval
384. Staff symbol
385. Siesta
386. Take a load off
387. Take a break
388. Holiday
389. Breather
390. Break
391. Recharge one's batteries
392. LIE
393. Cease pleading
394. Move to first class, e.g.
395. What remains
396. Conclude one's argument
397. Lie down on the job?
398. Quietude
399. Doctor's prescription
400. Dormancy
401. Put one's feet up
402. Doctor's directive
403. Doctor's recommendation, often
404. Sleep
405. Balance
406. Musical mark
407. Leftover part
408. Relax
409. See 41-Across
410. Crash, so to speak
411. Quietus
412. Peace of mind
413. Day of ___
414. Cessation
415. Leftovers
416. Musical symbol
417. Lull
418. Bushy clump (3)
419. Residents of bombed city (6)
420. Relax for a spell
421. Relax, pause from work
422. Surplus
423. Take a nice break
424. Calm
425. Excess
426. Mental or spiritual calm
427. Musical silence
428. Slumber
429. Prescription for a good vacation
430. Vegetate
431. Be satisfied
432. First half of a vacation
433. The others relax
434. No ___ for the wicked
435. "... ___ perturbed spirit!": Hamlet
436. "...and I will give you ___" (Matthew 11:28)
437. "A body at ___ tends to..."
438. "And now the ___ of the story"
439. "Do what you can and leave the ___ to me"
440. "Don't play any notes now" symbol
441. "Don't play" music symbol
442. "Don't play" musical symbol
443. "Don't play" symbol
444. "Don't play " in music
445. "Get some sleep"
446. "Give it a ___!"
447. "Give it a ___"
448. "God ___ ye merry gentlemen"
449. "God ___ ye merry gentlemen..."
450. "God ___ ye merry... "
451. "God ___ ye merry..."
452. "God ___ ye merry gentlemen..."
453. "I ___ my case"
454. "If I ___ I rust": Luther
455. "Leave Out All the ___" Linkin Park
456. "No ___ for the wicked"
457. "Take it easy!"
458. "Take ten!"
459. "The ___ is history"
460. "You keep using this clue just give it a ___!"
461. "___ assured"
462. "___ assured..."
463. 'God ___ merry ... '
464. 'The ___ is silence.'
465. A little shuteye
466. Abide.
467. Action in bed
468. Additional ones not itemized (with "the")
469. Advice for the exhausted
470. Advice for the overworked
471. An "R" in R&R
472. At ___ (stationary)
473. Basic medical advice
474. Be at ease.
475. Be at leisure
476. Be still
477. Be still.
478. Be tranquil
479. Be tranquil.
480. Beat without a sound say
481. Beat without playing
482. Benefit of time off
483. Bit of musical silence
484. Boss "Tougher Than the ___"
485. Break between notes
486. Break from activity
487. Break in the rhythM
488. Break on a musical score
489. Break time
490. Breathing space.
491. Breathing spell e.g.
492. Brief break
493. Caesura.
494. Cage the Elephant "Ain't No ___ for the Wicked"
495. Cage the Elephant: "Ain't No ___ for the Wicked"
496. Calm.
497. Catch one's breath and then some
498. Catch some Z's
499. Catchall category with "the"
500. Catnap
501. Catnap e.g.
502. Cease activity.
503. Charge batteries
504. Chill
505. Chill out
506. Chill so to speak
507. Chin ___
508. Choir's breath marking
509. Close one's case
510. Close your case
511. Come to a halt
512. Companion of ice compression and elevation
513. Concern for a road tripper
514. Conclude a case
515. Conclude in court
516. Conclude one's case
517. Conclude as one's case
518. Conserve energy
519. Crash so to speak
520. Cuatro menos uno
521. Day break
522. Day off
523. Depend
524. Depend (on)
525. Depend with "on"
526. Do couch duty?
527. Do no work
528. Do nothing
529. Do-nothing staff member?
530. Doc's advice
531. Doctor's advice for the stressed-out
532. Doctor's advice often
533. Doctor's advice perhaps
534. Doctor's advice sometimes
535. Doctor's frequent advice.
536. Doctor's order
537. Doctor's order for the overly active perhaps
538. Doctor's order perhaps
539. Doctor's prescription maybe
540. Doctor's prescription often
541. Doctor's prescription perhaps
542. Doctor's prescription sometimes
543. Doctor's suggestion at times
544. Doctor's suggestion sometimes
545. Doctors often prescribe it
546. Dotted half e.g.
547. Doze off
548. Doze say
549. Ease
550. Ease up.
551. Eighth perhaps but not sixth
552. Empty bar filler?
553. Enjoy a day off
554. Enjoy a power nap
555. Enjoy a recliner
556. Enjoy a staycation
557. Enjoy the sidelines
558. Final group
559. Finish off the defense
560. Finish the case
561. Finish as a case
562. Fire breather
563. Follow a doctor's orders
564. Forest growth
565. Freedom from activity
566. Gather strength
567. Get forty winks
568. Get some shuteye
569. Get some sleep
570. Gets you peace of mind after tour
571. Give it a ___!
572. Grab forty winks
573. Grab some water maybe
574. Hang in a hammock
575. Happens in between tours
576. Healing process
577. Hinge (upon)
578. Hit the hay
579. Hit the sack
580. Inaction
581. Inactivity
582. Inactivity.
583. Indication not to play
584. Indication to play nothing in music
585. Indication to stop playing
586. Intermission
587. Interval
588. It can be dotted
589. It is what's left
590. It might last a measure
591. It's all that's left
592. It's hard to take one while standing
593. It's what's left
594. Kind of day for a competitive cyclist
595. Kind of home
596. Kind of stop
597. Kind of stop or period
598. Knock off
599. Lamb of God: "Laid to ___"
600. Lay out on deck
601. Leftover portion
602. Leisure
603. Letup
604. Lie dormant
605. Lie down
606. Lie down for a while
607. Lie in a hammock
608. Lie.
609. Loll
610. Mark on a score
611. Mark that represents "the space between the notes"
612. Me time
613. Measure marking
614. Medical advice often
615. Medical advice sometimes
616. Move to first class e.g.
617. Music break
618. Music sheet pause
619. Musical character.
620. Musical figure
621. Musical interlude
622. Musical intermission?
623. Musical interval.
624. Musical mark indicating silence
625. Musical notation
626. Musical separator
627. Musical sign
628. Musical sign of silence
629. Musical sign.
630. Musical symbol.
631. Musical term.
632. Musical time out
633. Musical time-out
634. Musician's "Don't play" symbol
635. Musician's pause
636. Nap
637. Nap goal
638. New parent's unfulfilled hope
639. New parent's wish often
640. No time to play
641. Note's counterpart
642. Obey the Sabbath
643. One "R" in R&R
644. One might make you skip a beat
645. One of the R's of R&R
646. One thing a bed provides
647. One thing to get while on vacation
648. One with a staff position?
649. Ones remaining
650. Orchestra silence
651. Ozzy "No ___ for the Wicked"
652. Pause for a bit
653. Pause for a pianist
654. Pause for breath.
655. Pause for recovery.
656. Pause in music
657. Pause in the music
658. Pause on a staff
659. Pause on sheet music
660. Pause on a music staff
661. Pause on a score
662. Pause to a pianist
663. Pause.
664. Peace.
665. Period of inactivity
666. Piano player's pause
667. Place for a chin on a violin
668. Place to breathe in music
669. Pool player's bridge.
670. Portion that's left
671. Post-tour peace of mind
672. Preventer of exhaustion
673. Pullman's purpose
674. Purpose of a vacation often
675. Put down one's shovel perhaps
676. Quiescence
677. Quiet relaxation
678. Quiet time.
679. Quiet's partner
680. R and R word
681. R.I.P. part
682. RIP PART
683. Reason for a veteran athlete to sit out
684. Recess
685. Recharge your battery
686. Recharge perhaps
687. Recharge say
688. Recline
689. Recommended cold response
690. Recuperate
691. Recuperation time
692. Relax a bit
693. Relax after a jog
694. Relax between gigs
695. Relax.
696. Relaxation go-with
697. Rely (on)
698. Remainder.
699. Repay a sleep debt say
700. Residue
701. Residue.
702. Residuum
703. Respite
704. Rhythmic silence in music
705. Rooster feature
706. Score "stop " essentially
707. Score break
708. Score mark
709. Score marking
710. Score symbol
711. Set on the bench between innings
712. Seventh day "activity"
713. Seventh-day activity in the Bible
714. Sheet music symbol
715. Shelter.
716. Shut-eye
717. Siesta e.g.
718. Siesta.
719. Sign in music.
720. Sign not to play
721. Signal to stop playing
722. Silence in music
723. Silence in the symphony
724. Silent interval
725. Silent interval in music
726. Singer's direction.
727. Sit (on)
728. Sit down and relax
729. Sit on the bench for a few minutes
730. Sit out the game
731. Sit still
732. Sit.
733. Skillet song for a break?
734. Skip a game by doctor's orders
735. Skip this week's tournament
736. Sleep.
737. Slumber.
738. Snooze
739. Snooze under a palm tree maybe
740. Snooze say
741. Software installation requirement often
742. Some medical advice
743. Something to take lying down
744. Spend some time below deck perhaps
745. Squiggle on a musical score
746. Staff break
747. Staff filler
748. Staff member?
749. Staff notation
750. Staff pause
751. Staff sign
752. Standstill
753. State of inactivity
754. Staycation activity often
755. Staycation's goal perhaps
756. Stop
757. Stop calling witnesses maybe
758. Stop exercising for a while
759. Stop introducing evidence
760. Stop introducing evidence perhaps
761. Stop moving
762. Stop running
763. Stop the music?
764. Stop to breathe
765. Stop work for a while
766. Stop working
767. Stop working awhile.
768. Stop working.
769. Stop.
770. Stopping place
771. Support
772. Support for a billiard cue.
773. Support.
774. Surcease
775. Symbol of silence
776. Symbol of silence to a musician
777. Symbol on a staff
778. Symphonic silence
779. Take 10
780. Take 3 clue 2
781. Take a break.
782. Take a few days off
783. Take a nap
784. Take a nap below deck
785. Take a nap say
786. Take a relaxing break
787. Take a snooze
788. Take five or ten
789. Take five!
790. Take five or take ten
791. Take five say
792. Take five.
793. Take it easy.
794. Take some oxygen perhaps
795. Take some time off
796. Temporarily cease to work
797. The ___ is silence : Hamlet
798. The first "R" of R&R
799. The first R in R&R
800. The first R of R&R
801. The others
802. The others.
803. The remainder
804. There's none for the weary it's said
805. There's none for the wicked
806. Things that aren't mentioned
807. Those that are left.
808. Time in an easy chair say
809. Time off
810. Time out
811. Time out in music
812. Time out.
813. Time out?
814. Time-out of a sort
815. Time-out period
816. Timpanist's time-out
817. Tranquility
818. Tranquillity
819. Tranquillity.
820. Type of home or room
821. Type of room
822. Underwriter's assessment
823. Unfulfilled hope for many new parents
824. Unspecified ones
825. Unwind from work
826. Vacation
827. Vacation goal often
828. Vacation objective.
829. Vacation plan
830. Vacation purpose often
831. Vacation purpose perhaps
832. Vacationer's goal often
833. Veg out
834. Veg out say
835. Vim restorer.
836. What Bruce is "Tougher Than"
837. What Ozzy's "Wicked" didn't get on '88 album
838. What an AP student doesn't get often
839. What defenses may do
840. What hockey players do on the bench
841. What is left
842. What sailors may do between watches
843. What the defense might do
844. What the doctor ordered perhaps
845. What the wicked might wish
846. What to do in an inn
847. What to do on the Sabbath per the Bible
848. What's left.
849. What's left?
850. What's leftover with "the"
851. What's remaining
852. Whole for one
853. Wicked one's lack?
854. With bed or head
855. Word after chin or bed
856. Word with "chin" or "head"
857. Word with bed or head
858. Word with home and room
859. Word with home or cure
860. Word with home or stop
861. Work stoppage
862. Work stoppage?
863. You may get it lying down
864. You might take it lying down
865. You might take one lying down
866. You won't find a note in it
867. ___ area (place for a driver to relax)
868. ___ easy.
869. ___ in peace (tombstone phrase)
870. ___ Stop
871. Bridge for a billiard cue
872. Continue to be
873. Vacation program
874. Abide
875. God ___ you merry,
876. Lie fallow
877. Chill, so to speak
878. Musical staff symbol
879. God ___ Ye Merry, Gentlemen
880. A body at ___ tends to ...
881. Breathing spell, e.g.
882. Pause, on a music staff
883. Doctor's prescription, sometimes
884. Don't play, in music
885. Don't play music symbol
886. Began again
887. Symbol for 17 Across
888. The ____ is silence : Hamlet
889. Correct the announcement
890. Birdie ____ little longer : Tennyson
891. Remainder in Rennes
892. Took a break
893. Put back together
894. Music breaks
895. Doctor's advice, sometimes
896. Put on again
897. Stop introducing evidence, perhaps
898. Refreshed
899. Medical advice, sometimes
900. Vacation purpose, perhaps
901. Don't worry about a thing
902. Put on a play again
903. Vacation purpose, often
904. Put another way
905. Vacation goal, often
906. Put in a straitjacket, e.g.
907. Interstate feature
908. Sit down and ___ spell
909. Doctor's suggestion, sometimes
910. Spells it out again
911. Put in other words
912. Word with "bed" or "head"
913. Observing the Sabbath
914. Get a new crew
915. Attempt to make clearer, perhaps
916. Staycation activity, often
917. There's none for the weary, it's said
918. Enacted again, as a Civil War battle
919. Interval of silence, in music
920. Purpose of a vacation, often
921. Vacationer's goal
922. Vacationer's goal, often
923. Work on, as an antique
924. Not let settle
925. Fidgety
926. Took it easy
927. Stop worrying
928. Chills, so to speak
929. Not worry
930. Paraphrase
931. Give back
932. Put right
933. Is quiet
934. Interstate sign
935. Remainder, in Rouen
936. Breaks
937. Checked
938. Uses for support
939. Back from vacation, say
940. Lay atop
941. Lies
942. Takes a breather
943. Position papers?
944. Went back to square one
945. Tranquil
946. Observes the Sabbath
947. Consequence
948. Fruit
949. Kicks back
950. Stops playing
951. Put back
952. Hold back
953. Surmount
954. Overhaul, as a show
955. Party
956. Cortege
957. Join the leisure class?
958. Postal abbr.
959. Go to bed
960. Recorded again
961. Chills out
962. Continuing
963. No longer working: Abbr.
964. Pensioner
965. Pensioned: Abbr.
966. Like many sr. citizens
967. Knot anew
968. Go to sleep
969. Back in
970. Variety show
971. Kingly name
972. Blood factors
973. Hit the accelerator
974. Annul
975. Fasten anew
976. Fix a pool cue
977. Took five
978. Takes five
979. Part of AARP
980. Catches one's breath
981. Outcome
982. Soak, as flax
983. Checks
984. Antsy
985. Curtails
986. Reposes
987. Takes it easy
988. Interstate stopping point
989. Turnpike pull-off
990. Say another way
991. Relaxing
992. Staff symbols
993. Depend, with "on"
994. See 15 Across
995. Computer command
996. Turn over a new leaf
997. Goes back to the top
998. Doctor's order, perhaps
999. __ stop
1000. Highway's stopping place
1001. With 14 Across. toll-road convenience
1002. Chilling site
1003. Turn back
1004. Don't treat like disposables
1005. Turnpike turnoff
1006. Go back to square one
1007. Put more postage on
1008. Spa treatment
1009. Ones taking five
1010. Get more help
1011. With 66-Across, motorist's pull-off
1012. Reposers.
1013. Color again.
1014. Idler.
1015. Dramatizes again.
1016. First half of a vacation.
1017. Mental or spiritual calm.
1018. Musical silence.
1019. Repose.
1020. Take a breather.
1021. Dye again.
1022. Take a day off.
1023. Take time out.
1024. Vegetate.
1025. Frighten again.
1026. Bridge for a billiard cue.
1027. Continue to be.
1028. Intermission.
1029. Lie fallow.
1030. Musical pause.
1031. Vacation program.
1032. Vacationer's objective.
1033. Take a second look.
1034. Go on being.
1035. Immobility.
1036. Peace of mind.
1037. Postlude to labor.
1038. Tints again.
1039. The ___ is silence, Hamlet's last words.
1040. Day of ___.
1041. Take a siesta.
1042. What a hammock is for.
1043. Part of a hotel.
1044. Breather.
1045. Combat fatigue.
1046. Lodging place.
1047. Piece of mind.
1048. Omar's "and the ___ is Lies."
1049. Residuum.
1050. Sit quietly.
1051. Affirm again.
1052. Abode.
1053. Cue support, in billiards.
1054. Place of shelter and lodging.
1055. Quietude.
1056. Recline.
1057. Tranquility.
1058. Doctors's orders.
1059. Drives new supports, as for vines.
1060. Say it again.
1061. Specialists in turkey dinners.
1062. Musical notation.
1063. Exhibit again.
1064. Mark for renewal, as a library card.
1065. Paraphrase.
1066. Leisure.
1067. Stopping place.
1068. Be certain.
1069. Explained again.
1070. Chophouse.
1071. Creating a new production.
1072. Says in another way.
1073. Doctor's prescription, maybe
1074. Doctor's prescription, perhaps
1075. Those remaining take it easy
1076. Go on being
1077. Postlude to labor
1078. The ___ is silence, Hamlet's last words
1079. What a hammock is for
1080. Combat fatigue
1081. Lodging place
1082. Omar's "and the ___ is Lies"
1083. Absence of motion
1084. Peace
1085. Cue support, in billiards
1086. Place of shelter and lodging
1087. Abode
1088. Stop working awhile
1089. Support for a billiard cue
1090. Quiet time
1091. Musical character
1092. ___ Easy
1093. Those that are left
1094. SIT
1095. Shelter
1096. Pause for recovery
1097. Vacation objective
1098. Vim restorer
1099. Singer's direction
1100. Breathing space
1101. Sign in music
1102. Pool player's bridge
1103. Doctor's frequent advice
1104. God ___ merry,
1105. God ___ ye merry
1106. ... ___, perturbed spirit!: Hamlet
1107. What workers enjoy on Jan.
1108. “Don’t play” symbol, in music
1109. Catch one’s breath
1110. '___ assured . . .'
1111. Enjoy time off
1112. The Nap Ministry focus