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Crossword Puzzle – Shidduch Options


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Across

1. 1982 Spielberg film + an athletic magazine

5. Oct. or Sept.

8. Hitter, e.g.

14. Many a website link pgs.

15. Is plurally

16. Iran___

17. Where you might find that special someone

19. Month after an emperor

20. Olympics chant, maybe

21. Recipe amt.

22. Bursts in

23. New(ish) shidduch option

26. Is that an ___ ___ a moose?

27. Ilya Kovalchuk’s org.

28. One to respect

31. Keanu’s most famous role

33. Shocking fish

35. Was

36. Many a point for Roddick

39. Where singles go to become doubles

41. Yitzchak’s replacement

42. City southeast of Tel Aviv

43. ___ ___ just me?

44. Syrup, perhaps

47. One from Mongolia

49. Rav Isaac Luria, informally

51. Famous Ross

55. Where you might find The One

58. Like Peter Parker

60. 2nd or 3rd

61. Nickname for those with Rav Yosef’s first name (and first name is 2 words)

62. Moving quickly, like a horse

63. Spouse seekers site

65. Rebelled

66. Middle-East letters

67. Palindromic magazine

68. Not as much

69. NFLers dance after them

70. Money letters?

 

Down

1. Give off

2. Relating to the eyelid or to a foot bone

3. Screech

4. Marx follower

5. Chinese archipelago

6. Mining tool

7. Not him

8. Taxon for mites

9. Identity and Ultimatum

10. Relating to nails or claws

11. Not as sharp

12. ___while

13. Squeelers

18. Pack

22. Small land mass

24. Letters before atan to form a name

25. Locale for “Fiddler on the Roof”

29. Time

30. “Stand” band

32. AM drinks

34. The in Nice

36. In the in Nice

37. Calc. function

38. Builders

40. Log

43. Like Yom Kippur davening, for some

45. Copywriters, e.g.

46. Comp. image

48. Sound recordings

50. Tisha B’Av ___ ___ ___ day

52. ___ ___wood ending

53. Innies, e.g.

54. ___ ___ ___ it (in my opinion)

56. Pusher

57. Growings on some houses

58. A Young Israel

59. Smoking item

63. Stick (out)

64. Abbr. before X or Y

 

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