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Crossword Puzzle – Rabbinagrams


Crossword-Puzzle

Across

1. Nana author

5. Compaq products

8. “Voila!”

13. Black, in poetry

14. Like some muscles

16. Book of Genesis wife

17. Depressed

18. Part of a prophetic device

19. Split to unite

20. A SAVORY FORCE

23. Mycenae king in Greek Mythology

24. Notability

25. Gooey stuff

28. “Get it?”

29. Tom Clancy subj.

31. Senators’ home

33. HONOR A TALKER

36. 18-wheeler

39. Big time

40. Place to play

41. A HARSH HAMLET

46. The biggest land

47. Reporter’s question

48. Bygone taper

51. Pop-ups, e.g.

52. Aaron’s 2,297

55. Most of Libya

57. A YESHIVA FOOD

59. Witchy woman

62. Earthen pot

63. Rebounds, e.g.

64. Ir Miklat, e.g.

65. Crackpot

66. “Anything ___?”

67. “Halt!” to a salt

68. Where the buoys are

69. Textile worker

 

Down

1. Refs

2. Flattened at the poles

3. Where to see a notable Lisa

4. Biblical payment, literally

5. Former European state

6. Apple throwaway

7. Charm

8. Furthermore (archaic)

9. Angel’s headwear

10. Bigheadedness

11. Knock on the door (in “The Raven”)

12. Old English word for ‘before’

15. Spelled out song

21. “That hurts!”

22. Every which way

25. Ball

26. Decorative pitcher

27. Fat

30. Side squared, for a square

32. Modern convo. ender

33. Intentions

34. “Catch-22″ pilot

35. An MVP on the Lakers

36. ___tosphere

37. Mr. Barak

38. Difficult situation

42. Buildings breathing locale

43. L’shana ___

44. Word repeated a lot on Sukkot

45. Not at home

48. Immensely

49. Fold

50. Possible paddler

53. Baal, e.g.

54. Storage sights

56. Bamboozled

57. Aces, sometimes

58. Balm ingredient

59. When repeated, a dance

60. Word that belongs at the start of 33 and 57-Across

61. Egg cells

 

 

(Answers, next week)

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