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# Clue
1. Restores to copy
2. Galley commands
3. Proofreaders' directions
4. Words on proofs
5. Proofreaders' words
6. Printers' orders
7. Printers' marks
8. Antitheses of deles
9. Cancels a deletion
10. "Let it stand" notations
11. MS. words
12. Cues for typesetters
13. Deles a dele
14. Galley words
15. Galley-proof words
16. Countermands a deletion
17. Editor's instructive words
18. Lets stand
19. Bits of marginalia
20. Printers' directions
21. Cancels the dele
22. "Let it stand" orders
23. Restores, in a way
24. Keeps in print, in a way
25. Keeps, in a way
26. Dele undoers
27. "Keep it in" notations
28. Prohibits a strike?
29. Reverses a deletion
30. Deles' opposites
31. Editors' reversals
32. Editors' okays
33. Proofers' reverses
34. Cancels deles
35. Proofreader's notations
36. Undoes a 116 Down
37. Undoes a cancellation
38. Retains, in a way
39. Reverses, in a way
40. Cancels a dele
41. Restores a word
42. Reversals of Fortune?
43. Marks for retention, perhaps
44. Countermands, in proofing
45. Decides to keep in
46. Dismissed deles
47. Reverses an edit
48. Cancels a correction
49. Cancels a proofreading mark
50. Marks for retention
51. Allows to remain
52. Proofreader's imperatives
53. Decides not to remove
54. Manuscript marks based on the Latin for "stand"
55. Proofer's notations
56. Calls off the dele
57. Editorial changes of heart
58. Decides not to dele
59. Proof overrides
60. Puts dots on a manuscript
61. Undoes copy editing
62. Lets stand, in proofreading
63. Proofer's comments
64. Proofreaders' second thoughts?
65. Editorial directives
66. Undoes a deletion
67. Proofreader's notations (5)
68. Undoes a change
69. Doesn't strike after all?
70. The dele is off notations
71. 16-Across reversals
72. Cancels a takeout order?
73. Undoes a dele
74. Decides to leave in the manuscript
75. Marks in margins
76. Editorial second thoughts
77. Decides not to delete
78. Dele revokers
79. Keeps in the manuscript
80. Margin marks
81. Doesn't strike
82. Editor's mind-changes
83. Dele reversers
84. Leaves in, in editing
85. Undoes a delete
86. Doesn't change
87. Leaves alone, editorially
88. Let it stand orders
89. Brood (over)
90. Worked the docks
91. Nicks of rock
92. Nicks on a record?
93. Wonder of note
94. This puzzle's subject
95. Case who co-founded AOL
96. Singer who would make a lousy mohel?
97. Meat-and-vegetables dish
98. Dish with a little of this and a little of that
99. Madden of fashion
100. McQueen or King
101. Comedian Carell + comedian Short = comedian ___
102. Simmered slowly
103. Meat and veggie dish
104. Maggie May rocker
105. Picard portrayer
106. Prepare tomatoes, maybe
107. Seethe in silence
108. Word with wine or shop
109. Editorial reversals
110. Notations on a galley
111. Leaves as is
112. Leaves in after all
113. Editorial marks meaning "leave as is"
114. Overrules an editor
115. Keeps in, editorially
116. Manuscript marks
117. Nullifies an editorial change
118. Puts back, editorially
119. Printing directions
120. Printing marks
121. Notations on proofs
122. Proofreader's marks
123. Proof notations
124. Directions for printers
125. Editors' marks
126. Let it stand notations
127. Instructions to a printer
128. Dele deleters
129. J.R. headgear
130. Western hat
131. Daryl's "Roxanne" co-star
132. Marked for inclusion
133. With 69-Across, asker of the question
134. Doesn't delete
135. Keeps in
136. Leaves in, editorially
137. Leave as is
138. Leaves in
139. Editorial instructions
140. Editorial marks
141. Undoes the deles
142. Reverses a dele
143. Manuscript markings
144. Proofreading marks
145. Proof-reader's marks
146. Restores something deleted
147. Decides to leave alone
148. Leaves alone
149. Retaining instructions
150. Editors' marks meaning "put back in"
151. Puts back in
152. Correction corrections
153. Opposite of deletes, in typesetting
154. Leaves alone, in a way
155. Changes back
156. Galley notations
157. Reinstates
158. Puts back
159. Grumble (6)
160. Lets it stand: Printing
161. Directions to compositors
162. Lets stand, in printing
163. Marks to let stand
164. Disregards indicated change
165. "Dele" opposites
166. "Ignore correction" marks
167. "No dele" notations
168. "Put it back in" marks
169. "The dele is off" notations
170. Calls off the strike?
171. Cancels a correction on a proof.
172. Cancels an editorial deletion
173. Chooses to leave
174. Countermands in proofing
175. Decides not to change
176. Decides not to drop
177. Decides not to strike
178. Decides not to strike out
179. Decides to leave
180. Decides to leave as is
181. Decides to undo a deletion
182. Dele cancellations
183. Dele nullifiers
184. Dele reversals
185. Dele reversions
186. Deles opposites
187. Deletion undoers
188. Doesn't dele
189. Doesn't delete after all
190. Doesn't strike out in the end
191. Editing "never minds"
192. Editing notations
193. Editor's commands
194. Editor's correction cancellations
195. Editor's directions.
196. Editor's leave-ins
197. Editor's markings
198. Editor's marks
199. Editor's orders
200. Editor's reversals
201. Editorial overrides
202. Editors' reconsiderations
203. Galley marks.
204. Galley orders
205. Galley proof marks
206. Instructions to eraser-happy proofreaders
207. Keeps
208. Keeps in a text
209. Keeps in print
210. Keeps in print in a way
211. Keeps in the galley
212. Keeps in editorially
213. Keeps the original
214. Keeps in a way
215. Keeps in a way / Small pavers
216. Keeps in print
217. Leaves alone after all
218. Leaves alone editorially
219. Leaves alone in a way
220. Leaves be
221. Leaves in the manuscript after all
222. Leaves in editorially
223. Leaves in editorially and palindromically
224. Leaves in in a way
225. Leaves in in editing
226. Leaves in in editor-speak
227. Leaves in to an editor
228. Lets it stand.
229. Lets stand editorially
230. Lets stand in proofreading
231. Lets stand.
232. Manuscript annotations
233. Manuscript annotations perhaps
234. Manuscript notations
235. Marginal comments?
236. Marginal editorial commands?
237. Marks a manuscript
238. Marks for retention perhaps
239. Marks on a manuscript
240. Marks on a proof to leave in
241. Marks on galleys.
242. Marks on proofs.
243. Marks to be retained in printing.
244. Marks with dots in editing.
245. Marks with dots in proofreading.
246. Marks with subscript dots
247. Nixes a dele
248. Nullifies a correction
249. Nullifies a dele
250. Nullifies a deletion on proofs.
251. Nullifies in editing
252. Opposite of deletes in typesetting
253. Overruling words?
254. Printer's marks
255. Printers' directives.
256. Printers' retentions
257. Proofing marks
258. Proofreader's commands
259. Proofreader's marks.
260. Proofreader.s notations
261. Proofreaders words
262. Proofreaders' directions.
263. Proofreaders' marks
264. Proofreaders' words.
265. Proofreading orders.
266. Puts back the way it was
267. Puts back editorially
268. Reconsiders editorially
269. Rescinds a deletion
270. Rescinds a deletion in proofreading
271. Restores
272. Restores in a way
273. Retains
274. Retains in a way
275. Reverses a strike call?
276. Reverses a strike maybe
277. Reverses deles
278. Reverses the deles
279. Reverses as a deletion
280. Reverses in a way
281. Reverses palindromically
282. Some editorial marks
283. Some editorial notations
284. Some marginalia commands editorially
285. They negate deles
286. Undeles
287. Undoes (an edit)
288. Undoes an edit
289. Undoes the change
290. Undoes as an edit
291. Leaves, in a way
292. Keeps, in print
293. Manuscript annotations, perhaps
294. Keep it in notations
295. Dele opposites
296. Undoes, as an edit
297. Some marginalia commands, editorially
298. Doesn't delete, after all
299. Leaves in, in editor-speak
300. Nullifies, in editing
301. Traditional western gear
302. Top jockey Cauthen
303. An Allen
304. NHL's Yzerman
305. Writer Bochco, of "NYPD Blue" fame
306. This Old House star
307. Comedian Martin
308. Allen or Martin
309. A Martin
310. Funnyman Martin
311. Comic strip character Canyon
312. Cowboy hat
313. It's felt on the range?
314. Hardly a one-hit Wonder
315. Legendary McQueen
316. Beefy dish, often
317. Cocoon star Guttenberg
318. Ranch topper
319. Topper at a dude ranch
320. Entree eaten with a spoon
321. Birding capital of New Zealand (2006)
322. Stinko
323. Wozniak or Jobs
324. Bouillabaisse, e.g.
325. Onetime art glass manufacturer
326. Singer Nicks
327. Economizes
328. Swizzle
329. Like some tomatoes
330. Liquored up
331. Airline worker
332. Apple co-founder Jobs
333. Comic Martin
334. Martin or McQueen
335. Apple cofounder Jobs
336. Jockey Cauthen
337. University where the Hatters play
338. Ranch dressing item?
339. Actor McQueen
340. Dallas topper
341. Restores something deleted.
342. Bridge-jumper's given name.
343. Directs printer to leave.
344. Letting stand, in printing.
345. Milton Caniff's new hero.
346. Builder of first steam ferry, 1811.
347. Polish port on the Oder.
348. Disregards indicated change.
349. Marks for reinsertion in printing.
350. Marks to let stand.
351. City acquired by Poland through Potsdam, 1945.
352. Marks copy to leave as is.
353. Berlin's port, on the Oder.
354. Popular hats.
355. Famous Mr. Brodie.
356. Inspector General under Washington, 1777.
357. Famous hatter.
358. University in DeLand, Fla.
359. Marks with dots, in proofreading.
360. Cowboy's headgear.
361. Man's nickname.
362. Major Baltic port.
363. Nullifies a deletion, on proofs.
364. Western headgear.
365. Marks to be retained, in printing.
366. Chapeau of a sort.
367. German general in American Revolution.
368. Cook in a way.
369. Editor's notes
370. Marks on galley proofs
371. Printers' directives
372. Marks with dots, in proofreading
373. Marks on galleys
374. Editor's directions
375. Galley marks
376. Nullifies a deletion, on proofs
377. Lets it stand
378. Marks on proofs
379. Marks to be retained, in printing