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Wednesday, Feb 27, 2013

Crossword: Let the Right One In

Weekly crossword by Ink Well Xwords

By Ben Tausig
crossword2-27-2013

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Across

1. Respond to, as a tip

6. Dodge SUV

11. “Science Friday” host Flatow

14. Olive Oyl suitor

15. “Channel Orange” musician

16. Queensbridge rapper

17. Proctologist’s “time to go to work!”?

19. Devices in front of treadmills

20. Hunk’s display

21. Fit

22. Healthy seed also used for kitschy figurines

23. “My plan is to hide inside John’s piano and jump out at him”?

28. Level a flat, say

29. Jaunty trip

30. Bath sitting spot?

33. Animal yelling like a human in a recent viral video

34. Indian goddess after whom an actress is named

36. Transgender modeling school that promises quick results?

41. Response to a detailed story about a UTI

42. Incur extra cell charges, perhaps

43. Footwear alternatives to Roos

44. Go back over, as a story

46. Canceled

49. Hamster’s exercise bestie?

52. Bones in a cage

53. Site that was super fun before they had rules; once I sold a deed to the moon on it

54. Loan shark’s note

57. Treat as a plaything

58. Navy computer programmer’s project?

62. International Space Station precursor

63. Presidential nickname coined by Molly Ivins

64. Patty and Selma, e.g.

65. Gif alternative

66. “God ___ this mess”

67. Careful scrutiny

Down

1. Fifteenth best-selling artists of all time

2. Sandwich type similar to a BLT

3. “Hotel Rwanda” ethnicity

4. The Senators, on the scoreboard

5. 2008/2012 campaign portmanteau

6. “Search me”

7. Harold in the Roosevelt administration, or his son in the Clinton administration

8. Recent notable Couric get

9. Analyzed, as the numbers

10. Strap-___

11. Out of gear?

12. Beside oneself

13. Dictator who trained as an ophthalmologist

18. Flows’ partners

22. Technology that brought us Jar Jar Binks

24. Space

25. Sound that might scare a mouse

26. Polynesian party

27. Suffix for relatively small things

30. Installation, say

31. Häagen-Dazs option

32. Director whose work has been nominated for 123 Academy Awards

33. Potential pick-up spot with bars inside

35. Old-timey cries of distress

37. Compound in pee

38. Sit on the couch

39. Hindu island in Muslim Indonesia

40. Viking’s drinking word

45. Defaces, as a yard on Halloween

46. Rich, important people

47. Highland scotch brand

48. The Stonewall, famously

49. Many a Jack Nicholson character

50. Google smartphone

51. Sixth-century Chinese dynasty

55. ___ von Bismarck

56. Whence the villains in the original “Red Dawn”

58. Link for a drive, say

59. Org. for Sid the Kid and Alexander the Great

60. Pissiness

61. Pre-French 101 word




 
 
 
 
 
 
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