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Crossword Puzzle – Judges


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Across

1. Rice-like pasta

5. Chew the fat

9. First Jewish judge, ever

14. Coral formation

15. ___globin

16. Another time

17. Vomit

18. Husk

19. Annoyed

20. First Jewish judge, now

23. Elevator inventor

24. You and me

25. Force through

28. Bro, e.g.

30. Baby items

34. Dined

35. Judge who was also a great military leader, then

37. Gera did this to 55-Down (sired)

38. Judge with a school named for him, now

41. Foundation

42. Muscat resident

43. Squared cracker?

44. Muslim leader

45. Like some humor

46. Famous female judge, then

48. Not bad, when doubled

49. Designed for flight

50. Current Jewish judge

57. Bone-chilling

58. Wild hog

59. Moby-Dick captain

61. Jewish name meaning “light for me”

62. With the bow, in music

63. Maven

64. Word with ear or peace

65. Judge for 22 years, then

66. Perfect place

 

Down

1. Sun, e.g.

2. Bona fide

3. Round number

4. One ___ ___ (25%)

5. Ger and New Square, e.g.

6. Catnip and lovage, e.g.

7. Mideast ruler

8. 65-Across judged after him, for one fewer year

9. Cleaners

10. Folklore fiend

11. Japanese drink (var.)

12. Rushes

13. Tackle’s teammate

21. “___ need ___ get ___” (refill time)

22. Kernel

25. Ibn Ezra, e.g.

26. Mr. T’s group

27. The brainy bunch

28. “Oh Avshalom, my ___ ,___ ….”, David’s lament

29. Ancient Peruvian

30. Sack (noun)

31. Words before “Extremes” in a Billy Joel hit

32. Kind of market (alt.)

33. Leaf opening

36. Last name in fashion

37. 2007 NHL All- Star game MVP Daniel

39. Palmer of baseball

40. Trial ___ ___

45. Cry from Homer Simpson

47. Journey

48. Primitive weapon

49. Old adders

50. Caught sight of

51. 1982 Disney film

52. Dublin’s home

53. Bidding site

54. Late writer Ephron

55. Judge who judged the longest, then

56. Hard to find

57. Second to last judge, then

60. Dog holder

 

The Crossword puzzle appears on this page the first week of every month.

(Answers, next week)

Yoni can be reached at yoniglatt@gmail.com.

 

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