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Crossword Puzzle – K2

Crossword-Puzzle

Across

1. Yearn

5. Number cruncher, for short

8. Tiny creature (var.)

13. Little buffalo

14. Get an F

15. Kind of position

16. Perfume brand by Dana

17. Coffee dispensers

18. Kind of line

19. Doeg’s horrible sin

22. Poet’s palindromic preposition

23. Sense of self

24. Richard ___

25. Yummy pastries with very few stores in the northeastern United States.

31. Camp or kibbutz

34. Stan who created Spider-Man

35. Apiece, in scores

36. Actress Moran from “Happy Days”

37. Injury

39. Sage

40. Sensitive subject, to some

41. Meal source

42. All over again

43. (Obvious) name for a Jewish eatery found at an angle

49. C.I.A.’s forerunner

50. Aquarium denizen

51. Have a run

54. Famous Jewish entertainer who is yellow

59. Indian coin

60. Dumbfounded

61. Earthen pot

62. Part of a tennis court

63. “Buenos ___”

64. Pizzeria output

65. English university city

66. Queen, maybe

67. Genesis son

Down

1. Jewish seasonal treat

2. Kind of personality

3. Majestic

4. Frenchman, once

5. Some shorts (pl.)

6. Girlie color

7. “Not to mention …”

8. Important occasion

9. Hardly Mr. Nice Guy

10. Small case

11. It’s soothing

12. Cockpit reading: Abbr.

14. Mushrooms, e.g.

20. Occupational suffix

21. Did Half Dome

25. Folks, e.g.

26. Cartoon canine

27. Hankering

28. Primary

29. “… or ___!”

30. Knocked off, biblically

31. Tap trouble

32. Jason’s ship

33. Struggles

37. Least good

38. Furniture wood

39. Yom Kippur, e.g.

44. Did hachnasat orchim

45. College application parts

46. Fix, as leftovers

47. Exigencies

48. Caribou kin

51. Often photographed actress

52. Young night flyer

53. Grind

54. Cabbage like vegetable

55. Agitate

56. “Etc…etc…,” when tripled

57. Kind of bed

58. Cuts off

59. Amigo

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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