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Crossword Puzzle – Who Was The King?


Crossword-Puzzle

 

Across

1. It can be misinterpreted in email

5. Degree for a CEO

8. Baseball legend Reese

14. Assert

15. Detergent option

16. Book where the king’s tale is found

17. Soldier Field athlete

18. Pool ball

19. Tangle

20. Another name for the king, according to Josephus and the Midrash

23. ___grapher

24. Action after landing

25. Mai drink

28. Owned apartments

30. Sea that’s technically the world’s largest lake

33. Black ___ (in the military)

34. Pasty

37. Advisor to the king

38. The king’s English name

41. Like many a tzaddik

44. Competitor of 15-Across

45. NASA-like agency across the pond

48. Dig up

50. Another possible name for the king, to some historians

53. Peg

54. Later navi

57. Smack again

58. Name we usually use for the king

61. You might have it with falafel

64. Spy org.

65. Humorist Bombeck

66. Where many films are filmed (3 words)

67. Hammer’s partner

68. Empire Strikes Back giant vehicle

69. The king’s queen

70. Not a Dem.

71. Some Internet connections

 

Down

1. Kind of sauce

2. ___ the ___ (too much)

3. Cleans

4. Job for a gopher?

5. Spray a lady might carry

6. Impulsively utter

7. Downeaster ___ (Joel hit)

8. Realm of the king

9. Actor Morales

10. Non-existent 5th sequel to a 1982 Spielberg smash

11. Question with RE

12. Sea snake

13. Dr. locales

21. Losing tic-tac-toe line

22. Surpass

25. Duncan of the NBA

26. Friendly letters after a crash

27. Roadside rest site

29. Whirlpool

31. Division I N.J. school

32. Mics. work with them

35. Breathing woe

36. Him, in French

38. ___ mode

39. That lady

40. Last name of a famous dinosaur?

41. Common allergy item

42. Like Hashem

43. 2007 Seinfeld movie

45. Encourages

46. Shaking activity

47. As long ___ ___ true…

49. Large South Pacific island

51. Before, poetically

52. Read a book twice

55. Mr. Negativity on a kids show

56. Hobbit land

58. Organization with the slogan “Your life. Your Judaism.”

59. Major technology Website

60. Fabricate (with up)

61. Yom ___

62. Largest nurses org. in America

63. Owns

 

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