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Crossword Puzzle – Famous Jewish Websites


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Across

1. Fool

4. Talking flyer

9. Woodwork tool

12. Keats’s work

13. If ___ ___ say ___ myself

14. Fool

16. Social website for a frightened prophet?

19. Containers for Noah and Indiana Jones

20. Mr. Blue Sky band

21. Airport letters

22. Music website for an Amora?

28. Eve, once

31. Bar or bath

32. Rcp. amount

33. Tokyo, once

34. Flammable clothing, in a rhyme

36. ___ off

40. Long time

41. That gal

42. Fugitive locale

45. Columbus or W. End

46. Pet annoyance

48. Datan or Aviram, once

50. Title for an important 1 of 100 (abbrev.)

51. Mai __

54. Female avodah zarah figure of Egypt

55. Attempt

56. Video website for a fruity day

61. Allows

62. Can metal

63. Sandwich or Sussex

67. Search website for a rebellious kohen?

73. Unlocks

74. Boxer, to some

75. Former Virginian general

76. Anger

77. Where many Pharaohs can be found

78. Common Yellowstone fauna

 

Down

1. Sitting site

2. Costume month

3. Kiss

4. Smith- Jones sci-fi flick

5. Much ___ About Nothing

6. Corp. big shot

7. Pose

8. Interested bachelor

9. Happening

10. Kiddush liquids

11. Detest

14. Job in Hebrew (et. al.)

15. Type of Asian cuisine

17. 6th sense

18. Digs

23. Middle-Eastern serpents

24. Boat builder

25. Hamlet’s kinsmen

26. Choose

27. Many a NYC address part

28. Great Barrier ___

29. Sacreligious rocker Billy?

30. T or Funny

35. Saul Hudson, now

37. Direction to daven, when in New York

38. Eternity word before and after “and”

39. Disavow

43. Tel or Nofei

44. ___ Verde National Park

47. Sprint alternative letters

49. Airport code in Portugal

52. Cars

53. Bibliography abbreviation

56. Stringed toy

57. Kosher animal with stripes

58. Groomsman

59. Make into law

60. Party drink?

64. Competent

65. Film spool

66. Rosh Hashana vegetable

68. The loneliest number

69. Founder of the People’s Republic of China

70. A limb

71. Kernel place

72. Amazing Race network

 

(Answers, next week)

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