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Crossword Puzzle – Nursery Games


Crossword-Puzzle

Crossword-Nursery-Games

 

Across

1. “I’ll second that”

5. Audio effect

9. Bay formerly at Citi

14. Deli spread

15. Dry

16. Fragrance

17. Affirmatives

18. Felt bad about

19. Flogged

20. Nursery game based on Parshat Bereishit

23. Eastern title

24. Sukkah nuisance

25. E.R. personnel

26. ___ Moshe…

27. See 43-Across

31. Semi-colon?

33. Beltran or Dickey

34. Nursery game based on a bossy tribe?

40. Samoa’s capital

41. One of a Grand National Park

42. Kind of axe

43. With 27-Across, nursery game based on the Jews in the dessert?

45. Pelvic bones

46. ___-Caps

47. With 2-Down, nursery rhyme based on the 5th Commandment?

48. Backstabber

51. “Come ___?” (Italian greeting)

53. Kind of student

54. Marge’s father-in-law on “The Simpsons”

55. Items from a Seder used for nursery games?

61. Tropical fruit

63. Comfort

64. Kind of agreement

65. Part filler

66. Assert

67. Insignificant

68. Chevy model

69. Difficult situation

70. Font option

 

Down

1. One’s about half a yard

2. See-47 Down

3. Got a good look at

4. Shnoz

5. Breadwinner

6. Unrefined

7. Rushes

8. More eccentric

9. Old Hickory

10. Parseghian of Notre Dame

11. Sub detector

12. Alpha’s opposite

13. Overzealous priest

21. Assist, in a way

22. ___ ___ a high note

27. Book part

28. Former foe of a 33-Across

29. “___ ___lion Little Pieces”

30. Exchanges

32. Simply ___

34. Performance by 32-Down

35. Monol___

36. A Stooge

37. Utah’s Delicate

38. Bygone time

39. Lightly burn

41. It takes ___ ___ tango

44. Not at sea

45. Kind of water

47. Not feet

48. ___ Beit Shemesh

49. Banana-like plant

50. Extra inning

52. Mr. T’s group

53. Subject in 27- and 43-Across

56. Do roadwork

57. Dead center?

58. After-lunch sandwich

59. Benjamin Disraeli, e.g.

60. Musher’s transport

62. Gloppy stuff

 

(Answers, next week)

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