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Crossword Puzzle – Yom Kippur


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Across

1. Smooch

5. Make like a Manning

9. Adjust

14. Cookie that wasn’t always kosher

15. Fairytale starter

16. Long extinct French currency

17. You might take one on faith

18. Nasal intake

19. Where the Rambam was born

20. Yom Kippur locale (in English)

23. Anti-virus software

26. 23rd Greek letter

27. Like Methuselah

28. Way to get an aliyah on Yom Kippur, perhaps

29. Soy food

32. 1960′S war zone, for short

34. Bizarre

35. What Yom Kippur is for

40. Mr. ___ of baseball

41. Ice cream goes well on top of it

42. Lavan told at least one

43. Don’t do it on Yom Kippur

44. Where we hope we end up after Yom Kippur?

47. Sort of suffix

48. Rocky film with a Rocky loss

49. Inconclusive, as a decree

51. Notable lion

52. Received

54. Spy org.

56. Prays with a siddur, essentially

58. Yom Kippur no-no

62. A Yom Kippur chazzan should sing like this

63. Imitated

64. Positive

68. Costner had one of Dreams

69. Ripped

70. At a great distance

71. ___ up (get nervous)

72. Data on flights

73. Where to learn about Yom Kippur

 

Down

1. ___ Nidre

2. Rage

3. Red or Black

4. Jrs. previously

5. Betting group

6. Pitcher Pettitte

7. Lift out

8. Low feudal class members

9. Plus

10. Framed office item, maybe

11. To no ___

12. Intruded (in)

13. Some bank notes

21. Great Mel of baseball

22. Horse hybrids

23. Horrific weapon

24. YouTube item

25. Increase

30. Opening

31. Be sympathetic

33. Sinned big time on Yom Kippur

36. Former gymnast and sportscaster Schlegel

37. Time to stand on Yom Kippur

38. Enclosed

39. Attributes

41. Fermented Hawaiian food

45. Yom Kippur garb

46. ___ ___ tight ___

50. Anger

52. Fictional wish granter

53. Made from a certain hard wood

55. Furious

57. Written test part

58. Clichéd home for an artist

59. Literary alter ego of note

60. Hercules hater

61. Works by Keats

65. ET vessel

66. Animal giving a part to the end of Yom Kippur?

67. Time frame

 

 

(Answers, next week)

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