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Crossword Puzzle – Books and Places in Israel


Crossword-Puzzle

Across

1. Some sloppy eaters

5. Works with hot medals

10. Fired

14. ___kazam

15. Crazy (about)

16. Surrealist artist Joan

17. Currency in Iran

18. Capital of Senegal

19. Big name in Kiruv

20. Book about an ancient Jewish kindgom with a famous ritual bath?

23. ___ ___ streak (bad quality)

24. Always, to a poet

25. Word said with dog, at times

28. Indigenous New Zealanders

32. Former slavery city, once

34. What Dolly of science fame might say

37. Our most important book that can also tell you where to find Machane Yehuda?

40. Israeli destination for many asthmatics

42. Total

43. Or ___!

44. Kabbalistic book about our holiest (unknown) site?

46. OK

47. Something to see in a microscope

48. What a beach might do

51. Nifty

52. Orange or apple drink, en Frances

55. Additional

59. Chabad book about where to learn more about the Shoah?

63. Star Wars. e.g.

66. Disagree

67. White tailed eagle

68. Fast month?

69. Part

70. Horse hold

71. Epic show coming to an end

72. Assignments

73. Gad, symbolically

 

Down

1. Hooded coat

2. Pelvic bone

3. What a doughnut might have

4. Hello in Farsi

5. Dry riverbed (like Nachal Paran)

6. Cheese choice

7. Norse figure of mischief

8. Pirate Francis

9. Start a tennis match

10. Torah measurement

11. The square root of CXLIV

12. Places where many RN’s work

13. Homer Simpson word added to the Oxford English dictionary

21. Genetic lttrs.

22. Rome has a famous one with the Menorah on it

25. Kind of roll

26. Got up

27. Loves

29. Lex Luthor sidekick

30. Indian wife

31. Silly

33. It might be on tap

34. Market

35. Smell

36. Oohed go-with

38. Having wings

39. Advertising award

41. Gentle touch

45. Husband of 30-Down

49. Narc org.

50. Thrust out

53. Not suitable

54. Not a friend of Israel

56. Total number of Levi’s sons

57. Blood pressure enzyme

58. Jeff of Pearl Jam

59. Sour

60. Iron and Ice

61. Having it said to you keeps you seated

62. Letters with two diagonal lines

63. My Gal ___

64. Word before about, in Shakespeare

65. Fuel

 

(Answers, next week)

Yoni can be reached at yglatt@youngisrael.org

 

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