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Crossword Puzzle – Symbols


Crossword-Puzzle

 

Across

1. Temporary home in Sefer Bereishit

4. Clench

9. Makes like Matisyahu, at times

13. Norse (false) god

14. Russian Emperor between 1796-1801

15. Discharge

16. See 31-Across

17. Mr. Chekhov

18. Shidduch, perhaps

19. David Hamelech may have had one

21. Western headgear

23. Single

25. Madison or Bdwy.

26. It might lead to a vort

30. Kind of bug?

31. Where to find an Amazing 16-Across

34. Animal hunted for its fur

35. That which grows in Eilat

37. Clothing item for Adam

38. Mrs. Michael Corleone….or the key to this puzzle

39. Stir (up)

40. Possible kiddush lavana sight

43. “Star” of David?

45. Been better

46. Maybe the most important letters in Israel

47. Cell division (pluralized)

48. Late time in life

49. Reef swimmer

50. State that recently had a major sports celebration

55. It has unusual tea

60. Voice range

61. Currency in Italy and Spain

63. There’s one in Rome with the Menorah on it

64. Ring

65. Like a gaon

66. With it

67. Indian wrap

68. ___ to ___ (if you will)

69. Pyramid topper, on the dollar

 

Down

1. Part II just ended

2. Puerto follower

3. Was aware

4. Exam for an accountant

5. Speared

6. Car

7. Not sharp

8. Wizard of song

9. Ink once more

10. Jewish measurement

11. Israeli sandwich bread

12. “Let is stand” in proofreading

13. Hobbit foe

20. High time?

22. Egg cell

24. Bet Shemesh to Tsfat dir.

26. New Indian city?

27. Am ___ a ___ boy? (question by Pinocchio, perhaps)

28. Scenes From ___ ___ (Allen film)

29. Quarrel

30. Fairy

31. Yells

32. Name of a French Disney title character

33. Planter’s needs

35. Flying boy

36. Like Rush

38. C-like Hebrew letter

41. Kind of meter

42. Eccentricity

43. Aware

44. Sword handle

47. Branched religious item

48. Bad belly bacteria

50. Compressed bundles

51. Hipbones

52. Heavenly body

53. Sizeable wrestler

54. Ret. fund and former terrorist org.

56. Freedom from pain

57. Airport machine

58. Teenage woe

59. That lady

62. Eye woe

 

(Answers, next week)

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