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Crossword Puzzle – Labels

Crossword-Puzzle

Crossword-Labels

 

Across

1. Farm soil

5. ___ ___ man walks…. (joke starter)

8. Othello, e.g.

12. Setting of a book about farmer Ray Kinsella

13. Business abbr.

14. Shalsheles has them

16. Light time

18. Witching session

19. ___ ___ Academy, Livingston, N.J.

21. Corpulent plus

23. It’s near the 5T

24. Her and can plural suffix

25. Brando, once

26. Feels nachas

30. Discounted by

32. Lavish affection (on)

34. Before, before

35. Total

36. They’re found in 16, 19, 55, and 61-Across

41. Music genre

42. Casual attire

43. Kind of material

45. “___ that special?!”

47. French Impressionist

49. Joke

50. Kind of pupil

51. Spending limit

53. Hit R&B group of the 60’s-70’s (with “The”)

55. Avoided gentile activity

60. Midwest city

61. Catskills staple

64. Dormitory annoyance

65. ___ Yakar

66. Writer Frank

67. Sea eagles

68. Photo ___

69. Rail to Brooklyn (abbrv.)

 

Down

1. Driver’s need: Abbr.

2. “How exciting!”

3. Rise and see

4. Ginobili and others

5. Turban wearer, perhaps

6. Short lived grandson of Leah

7. Be sore

8. Singing group

9. Rhyme scheme

10. “The Last of The Mohicans” sisters

11. Hosts

14. Pale

15. Stitches

17. Takes advantage of

20. E.R. workers

21. Eccentric

22. Numbers, e.g.

27. Dickens’s Uriah

28. Be off

29. Marinara alternative

31. Some moody teens

33. Locker room shower?

35. Peter Pan role

37. Selling metaphor word

38. Asian capital

39. Bone connector

40. Vanquish

44. Metric wts.

45. 3 or 4, bygone

46. Daze

47. Dashboard inits.

48. They’re given during 16-Across

50. Plays a part

52. Trei ___

54. Islamic holy war

56. Show Boat composer

57. Western Galilee city

58. Big drink?

59. Luthor’s lackey

62. Vacation letters

63. One of 100: Abbr.

 

(Answers, next week)

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