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Crossword Puzzle – (Mostly) Jews On First


Crossword-Puzzle

Across

1. Search engine option

7. Moshe’s stick might have been one

10. Is it ___ ___ or a no?

14. Abandoned

15. ___ ledodi

16. Not happening

17. Like a metaphor

18. Darling Mets announcer?

19. Famous Fort

20. Who’s on first for 66-Across with 13-Down?

23. Utilizes

24. Tempt

25. Took a load off

27. View

28. Whirlpool

31. Who’s on first for 68-Across?

36. Many a Mel Brooks film

38. Wheel

39. Kind of remark

42. Relief

43. See 45-Across

45. Who was on first for 43-Across?

47. Yang’s pal

48. ___ been a while

51. Win over

52. Some strike callers

54. Hillside

58. Who was on first for 49-Down?

61. Big desert

62. Mess up

63. Claim

65. Give off

66. See 20-Across

67. Net fisherman

68. See 31-Across

69. Like Lavan

70. Place for quarters

 

Down

1. Survivor station

2. Asian poem

3. Singer LeAnn

4. Holy fruit

5. __­_ & Doug (puzzle team)

6. Where a snake once walked

7. Hank who hit homers without steroids

8. Schnozzes

9. Tiny appendage

10. High tops protectorate

11. Me

12. Many sports stars have them

13. See 20-Across

21. Fictional snowmen

22. Good snack on a hot Shabbos afternoon

26. Hollywood’s Gardner

28. Fly

29. ___ a threat

30. Little bit

31. Tiny

32. One from New Zealand

33. Andrews of ESPN

34. Daniel’s famous site

35. Another title for Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

37. Sugar or snow

40. Put out a flame

41. Tokyo, once

44. Hit the bottom, perhaps

46. Shoe fixer

49. See 58-Across

50. Brownish-orange (horse color)

52. Apartments

53. Not cool

55. Museum item

56. Gladiator site

57. Pushed

58. Israel, for most Jews

59. Just ___ ___ too late

60. Space letters

61. Ruby, e.g.

64. Before, for a poet

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