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Crossword Puzzle – Making Aliyah


Crossword-Puzzle

Crossword-Airlines

 

Across

1. Sci-fi sage

5. “Back in the ___”

9. Gush forth

13. Fridays, for Jews

14. Quite

15. Bogus

16. Obi, e.g.

17. Nimble

18. All worked up

19. Princess tormentor

21. Citizenship for Rav Menachem Mendel Schneerson

23. Eliyahu HaNavi, now

26. Syllables before care and cal

27. Absorbed, as a loss

28. Hard HS classes

29. Computer capacity

31. Like the Jews under David

33. “Not guilty,” e.g.

35. Slapped instrument

38. Proceeds

39. Basic direction from Tsfat to Haifa

42. Bleacher feature

44. Scorch

45. All over again

49. Head home

51. Reeves role

53. Fla. neighbor

54. Bemoan

55. Put in a position

58. Possible Chanukah oil

60. 21,23 , 31, 39-Across and 43-Down, e.g.

62. Fall behind

63. Used

64. Indian’s home

67. “While You ___ Sleeping”

70. Hebrew “tree” names

71. Lavi or Mesorah

72. “-zoic” things

73. E-mail command

74. Hoopla

75. Invitation letters

 

Down

1. Answer to the second question in the title

2. Some ducts carry them

3. Loathe

4. A tribe

5. Battleship letters

6. “How’s it going?”, in slang

7. “Get lost!”

8. Reason’s partner

9. Delhi wrap

10. Mollify

11. Subjects of wills

12. Supposed

15. Downsizings

20. Go public with

22. Part of some e-mail addresses

23. Tree juice

24. Mag. about individuals

25. Forbidden: Var.

30. Gym equipment

32. Infinitesimal amount

34. Away from port

36. Every other hurricane

37. Kind of song

40. Some low light flowers

41. One of 13- Across

42. Rata___

43. Some moronos

46. People who annoy you

47. Kohen with unrighteous sons

48. Middle name of a student of 1-Across

49. Nazir no-no

50. Folks

52. Engine need

56. Get through to

57. English exam finale, often

59. Less experienced

61. Extend credit

65. Mischief-maker

66. Mimic

68. Jewish leader title

69. Clairvoyant’s gift

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