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Crossword Puzzle – “The Hills” Of Jerusalem


Crossword-Puzzle

Across

1. MC

5. Head cover?

9. Sci-fi weapon

14. Type of enemy

15. Arm bone

16. Young Israel teen tours name

17. Bog

18. Baseball’s oldest team

19. Like high prices

20. Jerusalem campus locale

23. Lord of the Rings creature

24. ___ all good

25. Parts of bookstores

30. Taylor

32. A Gershwin

34. Lechem mishnah option

35. Fuel

37. Bite sized Twizzler

38. Israel Defense Forces, e.g.

39. Where many gedolim are buried

43. Novelist Mirvis

44. Sinai emotion

45. Tokyo, once

46. Bracha follower

47. One ___ customer

48. Small piece of land surrounded by water

52. Where to find 20, 39, and 57-Across

54. For

56. Santa ___

57. Holiest of places

61. Really dislike

65. Final page in a calendar

66. Redwood or Lemon

67. Bother

68. Half

69. Rip

70. ___ airplane

71. Have (archaic)

72. Former mobile

 

Down

1. Tool belt item

2. Ripken or Tejada

3. 9 days feature

4. Not now

5. Pitcher against the Mets in the 1986 World Series

6. Baldwin and Guinness

7. ___-China

8. Grating voice

9. Cowboy item

10. Perform

11. That girl

12. Seth’s mom

13. Sing like Matisyahu, at times

21. Pagan figure

22. Can’t

26. Cheers

27. Traditional knowledge

28. Shade trees

29. Clever

31. Spiny lizard

32. Surmise

33. Future Olympics locale

36. Yeah, they’ve got that (singular)

39. Ewes and mares, often

40. Done

41. Be in debt

42. Expression

43. ___ chi

49. Babes in Toyland co-star

50. Group of Egyptian pagan figures

51. Potatoes

53. Type of gas

54. Purple and/or red fruits

55. Set fire again

58. Common shorts material

59. Something copped

60. Von Bismarck with a palindrome

61. Place where Richard Kimble spent some time, with “the”

62. Yoko of note

63. Also

64. Piggy

 

(Answers, next week)

Yoni can be reached at yglatt@youngisrael.org

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