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Crossword Puzzle – Bad Guys


Crossword-Puzzle

 

Across

1. Sprint competitor

4. Like a boat with no power

10. A Young Israel

14. Gun org.

15. Detector

16. Outside eatery

17. Rasha executed on July 17, 1918

20. Double reed woodwind instrument

21. Used Ivory

22. One from Sana’a

25. Bro’s kin

26. Yom Kippur, e.g.

29. Rasha executed on May 31, 1962

33. Iranian currency

34. Fusses

35. Rasha executed on May 2, 2011

41. Once follower

42. 1/24

43. Rasha executed on April 9, 2003

49. ___ mode

50. Dangerous squeezer

51. Attempted

54. Put into Word again

57. Done

58. Rasha executed April 28, 1945

63. Amongst

64. Blew out

65. Very long time

66. Execution items for 17, 35 and 58-Across, or black shapes on the sides of this puzzle

67. Convinced

68. Droop

 

Down

1. Irk

2. Dan or Levi, e.g.

3. Third largest city in Washington

4. Japan’s largest active volcano

5. Marina ___ Rey

6. Genetic letters (pl.)

7. That ___ ___ cool!

8. ___ ___ long as ___  can remember….

9. Hot and humid locale

10. Large number (often pluralized)

11. Solo of note

12. ET mode of transportation

13. Asher of literature

18. Pay attention

19. Material for airy tzizit

23. Cheers! call

24. Mother of Remus and Romulus

26. Miami star

27. Soon, to the bard

28. ER workers

30. ___ Five

31. Former Secretary of State Root

32. Nuts

35. October birthstone

36. Pop or fountain

37. Also

38. Not yesses

39. Big drinker

40. 51, e.g.

41. Chant at the Mets vs. Phillies game on May 1, 2011

44. Assist

45. Car needs

46. Place for farm food

47. It might be graven

48. Nations’ warships

52. Italian city and province

53. Circular gasket

54. Ousts

55. Sneaker cat

56. Athletic award

58. Grocery freebie

59. Aussie bird

60. 90’s rock palindrome (abbrev.)

61. View

62. Unlike 2

 

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