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Crossword Puzzle – Making Aliyah

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Across

1. Fast finisher?

6. Limerick, e.g.

10. Shades

14. Kind of auk (bird)

15. Side squared, for a square

16. 1952 Winter Olympics site

17. Brainstorms

18. Whip mark

19. Read on Saturday, perhaps

20. About 60,000 of them came to Israel in 1993

22. “Don’t give up!”

24. Without

25. Where the buoys are

26. Dairy farm sound

29. Low digits?

30. About 14,000 came to Israel in 1991

34. Lt.’s inferior, in the Navy

35. Words of laughter

36. Jimmies

37. About 50,000 came to Israel in 1949-1950

39. Cut

42. Kind of mail

43. “Far out!”

46. About 14,000 came to Israel between 1948-1951

48. Dog command

49. Abbr. after a comma

50. Syllables meaning “I forgot the words”

51. Elementary user

53. Many of the people in this puzzle become part of this (abbr.)

54. About 30,000 came to Israel after 1979

56. Bowled over

59. “Bye-bye!”

61. Ammonia derivative

62. Completed

63. Before

64. Strong, flexible stem

65. Pop

66. British title

67. Put forth, as effort

 

Down

1. Muslim land

2. There’s an ecological society named after him

3. Locks

4. Rubs out

5. Pine exudation

6. Possible queen

7. Bonanza finds HUH

8. Wriggly fish

9. Actor Broderick, to Italian friends

10. Sacred

11. About 4,000 came to Isr. from here in 2011

12. Samuel’s teacher

13. Junior

21. Mr. T’s group

23. Scale down a mountain

25. Armenian city with a “wimpy” name

26. ___ tai

27. Wee hour

28. C.I.A. predecessor

31. Central point

32. Barbera pal

33. Collection agcy.

35. Announce

37. Crystal used in lasers

38. First part of the name of a fast day

39. Her, subjectively

40. Sukkah

41. Abbr. on a business letter

43. Salad ingredient

44. Changer

45. Shabbos meal ender

47. Went down the Colorado, perhaps

48. Culmination

52. Where you can see Disney characters

53. Thought

54. Tabloid twosome

55. **** review

56. Personals, e.g.

57. Go a-courting

58. Conclude

60. Parseghian of Notre Dame

 

 

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