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Crossword Puzzle – Bar Mitzvah Boy


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Across

1. Surly puppet

6. Beer, basically

9. Fairy tale monster

13. Country house

14. Carry-on item

15. Like most bathroom floors

16. Leaning

17. Early Hanks hit

18. Escape

19. A bar mitzvah boy might do this

22. Start of the work week

23. Flight letters

24. Mimic

26. Dine by

29. Find

33. A bar mitzvah boy might do this

37. Judge before Shmuel

38. Howard or Paul

39. Aladdin monkey

40. A bar mitzvah boy might do this

47. Steroid alcohol

48. Gets close

49. There you __

50. Hello, in street slang

51. Car need

54. A bar mitzvah boy might do this

61. Shalom in Oahu

63. Holiday, e.g.

64. ___-___ la

65. Part of the title for 37 Across

66. It can be dry or quick

67. Exam part, perhaps

68. HURRY!

69. They’re needed for flights

70. Declares

 

Down

1. Possible office shape

2. “Please ___ down for ___ minute”

3. 152, to some

4. That’s ___ I ___ (and I’m satisfied)

5. Drum sound, maybe

6. Avraham to Yitzchak

7. A villain might have one

8. They’re eaten a lot on Pesach

9. Hiddur mitzvah item for Chanukah

10. Sad

11. Try again

12. First home?

15. Stout item in nursery song

20. Jersey’s subway

21. 50%

25. ___-friendly

27. Dynamic preceder

28. Rose woe

30. Padan follower

31. School for reading guitar notes (abbrev.)?

32. Barak of politics

33. Baseball’s oldest team

34. Israeli resort city in the news recently (alt. spelling)

35. ___ place ___ never been to

36. Start a poker game

41. Time

42. Standard

43. Market choice

44. Kind of avocado

45. Made like Vesuvius

46. Spread false rumors

51. Baby word

52. Woe

53. Pop

55. Furry fruit

56. Geraint’s wife in literature

57. Strong crawlers

58. With the greatest of ___

59. Treif seafood item

60 Airplane! Actor Robert

62. Make like a rabbit

 

(Answers, next week)

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