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Crossword Puzzle – Classic Literature


Crossword-Puzzle

 

Across

1. Capital of Italia?

5. Hertz competitor

10. Salad cheese

14. Famous Clapton

15. ___ ___ Roses

16. Secular

17. Wharton novel about a simchat beit hasho’evah?

20. Pants material

21. Imp. identity info.

22. Bother

23. Miller option

25. Sharp tooth

27. Warren novel about the servants of Solomon?

33. They can cause flight crashes

34. Next week’s game ___ ___ (insert 43-Down here) for the Packers

35. Scrap

36. Lg. gas guzzlers

37. Wiesel novel regarding when Maariv is said?

39. Jazz land

40. Bat Yam to Jerusalem dir.

41. Agree (with)

42. Sharpens

44. Walker novel about dye used for some hangings in the Mishkan?

47. Chesed organization whose slogan is “Elevating Lives Every Day”

48. Fed. agency that needs to find more jobs

49. Important acid

52. Pretend

54. One from Cedar Rapids

58. Mitchell novel about the end of the 8th plague?

61. Some cheeks

62. Oldest city in Germany

63. Tolkien creatures

64. They might be red or black

65. Units of physical force

66. G-d in France

 

Down

1. Abbr. for former officers

2. She ___ ___ (his/hers)

3. Demeanor

4. He killed Hector

5. Disney monkey

6. Tenant

7. Summer drinks

8. Swimmers that look like a certain orb?

9. Not on one’s game

10. Tosses

11. Work for

12. A Jackson

13. Sore

18. Excludes

19. Oblong shaped fruit

24. Body of water read about in recent weeks (2 words.)

26. Therefore

27. ___ ___ of water (from a burst dam)

28. Floodbank

29. Kind of mustang

30. Road side lodge

31. Rub out

32. Lettered degree

36. Place for a sitcom

38. Part of a famous Top 10 list

39. Like a good deal of NYC last week

41. ___ ___ bout them…

43. See 34-Across (2 wrds.)

45. Rabbit and Island

46. One on the green

49. Where to see the Taj Mahal

50. Kiddush Levana need

51. Abbr. for an org.

53. Leno’s is famous

55. When added to fred, a girl’s name

56. __ up (card saying)

57. School near Fargo

59. ___ be a shame… (common contraction)

60. Time amts.

 

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