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Crossword Puzzle – They Said THAT!


Crossword-Puzzle

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Across

1. Dostoevsky novel, with “The”

6. Those people

10. Rcp. measurement

13. Disciplinarian

15. Famous racer

16. Something to lend Marc Antony

17. “They (Western powers) launched the myth of the Holocaust. They lied, they put on a show and then they support the Jews.” (Last name)

19. 12 months old, e.g.

20. Been around the longest

21. Topic

23. Jordanian title?

25. “The Black man and woman have always been looked upon as the ‘property’ of White America; and particularly, members of the Jewish community. ” (Last name)

28. Big beetle

32. Edgar Allen ___

33. Days long past

34. Mammal coat

35. Mth. for Rome’s most successful Emperor

37. Place for an alien, maybe

38. “When there is something wrong in this country, you’ll find the Jews.”

41. Nab

44. Shimon and Levi, e.g.

45. It’s capital is Carson City

49. Big letters in oil

51. ___BC (news channel)

53. The largest city in Oceania

54. “Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.”

57. A prime number

58. Trick

59. Verbalizes

63. ___sporin

64. “Get the hell out of Palestine…. Go back to Poland or Germany.”

69. Wine word (Fr.)

70. Like well known office

71. “It’s ___ ___ to meet you.”

72. NYC time zone

73. Ohio baseball team

74. Davidic verse

 

Down

1. A Gershwin

2. Yes, to Vlad

3. Like the people of Sodom

4. Kind of Torah

5. Mr. Palin

6. Water output option

7. Islamic journey

8. Time period

9. Word with mass or player

10. Place to buy chamomile

11. Cactus or National Park

12. Cleaned some animals

14. Board game item

18. Gov. counterpart to the National Institutes of Health

22. Greek mythological figures locale?

23. Moshe’s staff, maybe

24. Antarctica, mostly

26. House covering

27. Some missions

29. Cheer word

30. Like preferred scotch

31. Desensitize

36. Three pointer, slang

39. A Jewish Friend?

40. Kind of disc

41. Wooing aspect

42. First bands to play

43. Scream

46. Can’t smell

47. Daniel locale

48. Yes, to the captain

50. Movie magic letters

52. Works by Kellerman

55. Fluid from a wound

56. ___sequitur

60. ___ a girl!

61. Use an ax

62. Long eras

65. Adam’s rib?

66. Boy

67. Tear for many athletes

68. Girls Yeshiva, to Aussies

 

Unscramble the circled letters to discover another famous Jewish General: _____________________

 

(Answers, next week)

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