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Crossword Puzzle – Torah Toys


Crossword-Puzzle

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Across

1. Org. no longer in a labor dispute

4. Having two contrasting modes

11. Fresh

14. Pale drink?

15. Small wind instrument

16. A Gershwin

17. Video game system from the Torah?

19. Org. for some agents

20. Letters for some soldiers?

21. Former Chinese head of state

22. Coin openings

23. Toys that do what Moshe’s and the Egyptians’ staffs did

28. Rosh follower

31. Black and white cookie

32. Seeya, Jose!

33. Places for RNs

34. Slack-jawed gaze

38. Kind of yom

39. Toy you might make challah from

43. Wrapping snake

44. Biblical twin

46. Honest ___

47. You might find a fossilized insect in this

49. Needle tree

51. Small body of water

53. Toy that might be used for part of the Seder?

57. Make

58. Nerverland last name

59. ___ it ironic

63. Consumed

64. Toy that might have been used during the mabul

68. Frank McCourt memoir

69. Took by force

70. Rage

71. Help palindrome

72. Sugarcane remains

73. Piggy

 

Down

1. Word on a space suit

2. Went on Qantas

3. Toy used to make a Beit Hamikdash model

4. Swamp

5. An original X-Man (in the comics)

6. Tomorrow, south of the border

7. Sandwich cookies

8. Walt’s company on the NYSE

9. ___ ledodi

10. Before Vegas?

11. Soldier’s fire arm

12. Day for 62-Down

13. Serves food

18. Albeit, to the bard

22. Atmospheric sight in Los Angeles

24. Croak

25. Anti-Semitic car maker

26. ___ ___ I thought

27. Letters in an email subject line

28. Despise

29. Happenings

30. Hindu god

33. Storm center

35. Father

36. Work by King David

37. They were lent to Antony

40. Turner or Lang

41. Assist

42. Lashon ___

45. … ___ a time

48. Kind of mogul

50. Stephen King classic

51. Some televisions

52. Past and future, e.g.

53. Pastrami and roast beef

54. 2:1 is one

55. They might cover a big story

56. Met show

60. Improv act

61. Black emperor

62. Oxygen maker

64. U-boat

65. Team ___

66. Small, curly-tailed dog

67. Work by Keats, perhaps

 

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(Answers, next week)

Yoni can be reached at yglatt@youngisrael.org

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