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Crossword Puzzle – Bad Boys


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Across

1. Sports award

5. Ancient Peruvian

9. Water transport

14. Household member of 48-Across

15. Wonka’s creator

16. “The Barber of Seville,” e.g.

17. Faux pas

18. Cut

19. Get through to

20. David’s son

22. It can be ra

23. You might eat a kosher grasshopper here

24. Archeologist’s find

26. Pull

28. Solomon’s son

33. Amtrak stop: Abbr.

36. Eliav’s son

38. A great review

39. Like talc

41. They get runs in

44. Tolstoy heroine

45. Kind of spray

47. Victorian, for one

48. Avraham’s son

51. ___ ___ Y___ (see ya)

53. Spring locale

55. Furnace button

59. Swiss locale

63. Chizkiyahu’s son

65. Staring

66. Birdbrain

67. Delhi wrap

68. Salu’s son

69. Yehuda’s son

70. View from Toledo

71. Burma and Singapore are part of this org.

72. “Auld Lang ___”

73. Snorkeling site

 

Down

1. Op-ed piece

2. Soothing ointment

3. Rainbow maker

4. Noah’s son

5. Baal, e.g.

6. Winged Marvel hero

7. Idle fancy 

8. Cockpit dial: Abbr.

9. Yitzhar’s son

10. Big galoots

11. “Uh-huh”

12. Big name in oil

13. Germanized Jewish surname that can also mean ‘boat’

21. Battery terminal

22. Form of ID: Abbr.

25. Imparts

27. Children’s card game

29. Eye

30. Low-lying area

31. Allege

32. City near Phoenix

33. Fix, in a way

34. Author Morrison

35. Barley beards

37. Kicker Lawrence

40. Yup, to Boris

42. Bran source

43. Extreme

46. Possible monthly payment

49. Join the hood

50. Battery type

52. Reduced

54. Four-door

56. Percentage

57. Bone-chilling

58. Gazlan

59. Terrorist-run land

60. Sponsorship: Var.

61. Reputation

62. Jew hating Pound or Jew loving prophet

64. Zero

66. Windows forerunner

 

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