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Crossword Puzzle – Tu B’Shvat Is On Its Way


Crossword-Puzzle

Across

1. Appetizer

5. Cleans the floor

9. Letters in some frats

14. First name of a Tolstoy protagonist

15. Opera solo

16. Photoshop maker

17. Like some Menorahs

18. Took a trip?

19. Asian goat antelope

20. Candy

22. Servant

23. Banff activity

24. Kind

26. Not his

27. Realization

30. Have a date?

32. Had a date?

34. Snack

36. Messes up

39. Place for a bib-wearer

43. Shrieking ____ (fictional)

44. The keyword to this puzzle

45. The worlds “Biggest Little City”

46. Towards the ocean

47. Blessing follower

48. Drink

49. Letter letters

51. Hashgacha on many Smirnoff products

53. Sticky substance

54. Regulatory letters

57. Lex Luthor’s sidekick

60. Mnth. for an emperor

62. Sierra or Sergio

64. Blends

69. Channel

70. Loaned

71. Mine entrance

72. Roch or poly ender

73. Every

74. Had a Purim costume on

75. Mattress brand

76. Plant

77. Smote

 

Down

1. Swedish car

2. One and ___

3. Apartment

4. Roads

5. “Godfather” subject matter (alt. spl.)

6. Branded cookie?

7. Amelia or Sully

8. Highly iodized

9. Gift

10. Early eviction site

11. The perfect book

12. Higher than

13. Underground, often

21. Got by

25. A tense

27. Thought

28. Mine outputs

29. Bath locale for Pharoh

31. Condition

33. Beige

35. Brother who made a foolish deal

37. Regret

38. Site of many Olympic events

40. Money owed to a landlord

41. Former South American empire

42. Niels of note

44. Observe Taanit Esther

48. Deal

50. Work by Keats

52. Ease

54. Insects

55. Odorize

56. ___ Rica

58. Small coastal land piece

59. Give a bad name

61. What some meat has to do

63. Melts

65. Fairy tale starter

66. Baal, e.g.

67. Ireland, to some

68. Chulent, basically

 (Answers, next week)

Yoni can be reached at yglatt@youngisrael.org

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