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Crossword Puzzle – It’s Good To Be A Kohen


Crossword-Puzzle

Across


1. Sacrificial animals


5. Hate


10. Type of jazz


14. White stone


15. Reason


16. One in Rome shows the Menorah


17. Cheese choice


18. Our founding father, once


19. Castle entrance


20. Mitzvah only a kohen can do


23. Barilla, e.g.


25. Mimic


26. ___ is Hashem


27. Rudder


28. Manner


32. Performs in Fiddler on the Roof, most likely


34. Former perk for a kohen


38. Type of rug


39. Met


40. One of the shivat haminim


43. When being a kohen can get you out of a long line


47. Chip dip


50. Ikea desk


51. Genetic letters


52. 48-Down abbreviated


53. CEO degree


56. Rule


58. What a kohen will often do


63. ___ and the King


64. Lithe


65. Our fattest President


68. Burr vs. Hamilton, e.g.


69. Last name of a famous soap man


70. Abbreviations at airports


71. Like the Gobi


72. Packs of bison


73. Harvest


 


Down


1. Mug


2. Month Pesach almost always coincides with


3. Pillar


4. Precipitation we hopefully won’t see for another year


5. Berry in many drinks


6. Part of more than one gemara title


7. The ___Locker


8. Japan’s second-largest city


9. Plot again


10. Harry Potter’s tale, e.g.


11. Writing device for a child


12. Pretending


13. Motifs


21. Identical


22. Mexican moolah


23. Common spray


24. Away


29. AM ___ ___? (radio choice)


30. Nickname for a famous vampire, maybe


31. Fast megillah?


33. Data


35. Attitude


36. King’s stamp


37. Letters on many screens, nowadays


41. Water crops


42. Bunch


44. Metrical foot in poetry


45. Actress Garr


46. Famous role for Harrison (Ford)


47. Some sidedishes


48. J or K


49. Not as fat


54. Wave place


55. Viewpoint


57. Head on in


59. Chip’s pal


60. Stadium section


61. Wearing


62. Some Kosher birds


66. Org. that makes flight rules


67. Meas. for baking


 


 (Answers, next week)


Yoni can be reached at yglatt@youngisrael.org

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2 Responses to “Crossword Puzzle – It’s Good To Be A Kohen”

  1. Mike Mcintosh says:

    Yes, One of the original tribes of Israel.

  2. Mike Mcintosh says:

    Yes, One of the original tribes of Israel.

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