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Crossword Puzzle – Bad Puns


Crossword-Puzzle

 

Across

1. Old nickname in the White House

4. Fasteners

9. Related maternally

14. Accomplished

15. Low tied score

16. CBS has had several Amazing ones

17. Be behind

18. Considered the rarest kosher animal

19. Media attraction

20. Season’s greeting?

22. Antony sought them

23. Arizona tribe or Grand Canyon Point

27. Daily prayer?

30. Found dessert?

34. What Apple might call a spare mattress

35. Clark’s Smallville gal

36. Chain letters?

37. School where you might learn about 36-Across

38. Shabbat lunch staple?

41. Bank of America on the NYSE

42. OJ Judge

43. Delhi wrap

44. Pitcher Guillermo

45. Wrappings?

47. Group services?

49. Umpire’s call

50. Make like Steve Weatherford

51. Preferred halachic level?

58. Offspring

61. Common commentator

62. President Taft once got stuck in one

63. Cockamamie

64. Good quality

65. “Able was I ___ …”

66. Biblical adoptive mother

67. The place?

68. Davis of New York, e.g.

 

Down

1. Baal, e.g.

2. Aussie’s neighbor

3. Mormons believe it’s in Missouri

4. Big fuss

5. Turkish capital

6. Combs and Connery

7. Insect stage

8. Fast-moving card game

9. Day before

10. Long Walk tribe (alt. spelling)

11. Top Gun

12. Gymnast’s goal

13. Approx.

21. Branch

24. Not quite a young man

25. It’s pounded at a party

26. Where some soup is found (3 words)

27. Math approaches

28. Summer cooler

29. Doze

30. Poker call or another name for this puzzle?

31. Emerald Isle pigskin league

32. B & B

33. Actress Dannings

38. TV letters involving 36-across?

39. “2001″ mainframe

40. Mentalist Geller

44. 1 of 12, abbr.

46. Crime

47. Middle name of civil rights hero

48. Stir

50. Old

52. “I had no ___!”

53. Sticking point?

54. Work (out)

55. Bit of gossip

56. Fishing item

57. Assist, in a way

58. Chest protector?

59. Biology class abbr.

60. Bran source

 

(Answers, next week)

Yoni can be reached at yoniglatt@gmail.com.

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