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Crossword Puzzle – Rashi & Family


Crossword-Puzzle

 

Across

1. Hot tub

4. Dined

7. ___ out!

10. Make like Shyne

13. Joke

14. Bomb shelter item

15. Giant thrower

16. I, in Hebrew

17. Rashi’s last name?

19. And so on…

20. Machine part

21. Like freezer goods

22. Also

23. Parts of the day (Abbr.)

24. Slow music tempo

27. Pay someone to take the SAT’s for you, e.g.

29. ___ Hasandler, ancestor of Rashi

32. Whitish

33. Haifa to Tsfat dir.

34. Former Mets closer Braden

36. A grandson of Rashi

41. Saddest

42. First part of Kenobi’s first name

45. Middle child of Rashi

48. Rashi’s oldest

52. Amounts

53. Prepares certain meat for a Seder

54. Deg. for some doctors

55. A bit

58. Twisting force (alt. spelling)

59. Battleship piece

60. Kind of poem

61. A grandson of Rashi

65. Was, to a poet

66. One cheering, usually

67. Notable nickname for a president

68. Long ___….

69. Williams or Danson

70. Make latkes

71. Former spy letters

72. US political party

 

Down

1. Hit the slopes

2. Peach leftover

3. Wood tool

4. Kind of wood (mentioned in the Torah)

5. Go up against

6. Author Blyton

7. Where you might find piggies?

8. Kind of voice

9. Bounce off of

10. Rashi’s youngest

11. Kind of coat

12. Messy place to live

18. Feeling it spiritually

24. Yes, to Captain Hook

25. Title for Vito or Michael

26. Computer brand

28. Lashon ___

30. Away from the wind, at sea

31. Loud

32. Comp. part

35. They’re ___ us!

37. Tad

38. End of a countdown, maybe

39. Vagrant

40. Some vid. files

43. Wager

44. You need them to board a plane

45. Rowlf is the oldest one (and can be seen in theaters now)

46. Is it hot __ __?

47. Crested

49. Makes like a frog

50. Nearly bygone mode of transportation

51. Every

56. Happy month

57. Disavow

58. Kind of musical group

62. Tavern

63. Go gray

64. Clean (the floor)

 

(Answers, next week)

Yoni can be reached at yglatt@youngisrael.org

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