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Crossword Puzzle – Noach’s Resume


Crossword-Puzzle

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Across

1. Fight 

5. Oarsman 

10. Guns, e.g. 

14. Common tree in Israel 

15. One who eats 6000 calories a day, most likely 

16. Sob 

17. Sunburn remedy 

18. Place for Tom Hanks or Steven Spielberg 

19. Recently popular juice berry 

20. (Possible) Job title for Noach 

22. Like some on Purim 

23. Airport letters 

24. The end for some foreign films 

25. Allergic 

26. (Actual) Job title for Noach 

30. Reads Exodus? 

32. Pimple 

33. Looney Tunes Corporation 

37. Like those who saw Kriyat Yam Suf 

38. With honorable intent 

40. Use K-9′s 

41. Southern currency? 

42. A popular card game, in English 

43. Give a public d’var Torah, e.g. 

44. (Messy) Job for Noach 

47. Let loose 

51. Three bladed weapon or a Greek letter 

52. ___ better be good 

55. Black and white musical piece 

56. (Hands on) Job for Noach 

59. “Says” yes 

60. Circle line segments 

61. Light 

62. Woodwind instrument 

63. Past 

64. Where Lima is 

65. Attended 

66. Virginia and Achva 

67. Get it here fast!

 

Down 

1. “The Final Frontier” 

2. First episode 

3. Oddities 

4. Abound 

5. Concert helper 

6. Table shape 

7. Australian director Peter 

8. Curvy shape 

9. Soak 

10. Knowing 

11. Happen again 

12. ___ to an end 

13. Slam (in volleyball) 

21. Not ons 

22. It ended VHS 

25. Crafty 

27. ___china 

28. Bukharian Jew, most likely 

29. Hurt 

30. Place to but a baby 

31. Amaze 

33. Land amount 

34. Tomchei Shabbos and Chai Lifeline 

35. Davis or Wright 

36. Kosher lady? 

38. Kindle competitor 

39. Lennon’s gal 

43. Boy from Mayberry 

44. Bronx or St. Louis 

45. Online research document 

46. Notices 

47. ___ until ___ (so far) 

48. Mythological women who fasted for 9 days 

49. Wore 

50. Beginning 

53. Kind of chips 

54. Become a desert 

56. Hamster home, often 

57. Happenings 

58. California Valley 

60. Like sushi

 

(Answers, next week)

 

Yoni can be reached at yglatt@youngisrael.org

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