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Wednesday, Dec 18, 2013

Crossword: 'Just Toss It'

Weekly crossword by Ink Well Xwords

By Ben Tausig
crossword

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 Across

1. Mated, as horses

5. “Beat it”

10. Chain with active cultures

14. Rock that cannot, in fact, be contained in a lamp

15. Like most parental tastes, to children

16. Joey Lawrence catchphrase on “Blossom”

17. Place to bake

18. Senator Sam who investigated Watergate

19. The I of I.M. Pei

20. Where a “Gilligan’s Island” hottie moved after striking it rich?

23. “That’s me”

24. Having a high BMI

26. Gloves worn mostly in spring, summer, and fall

29. Heavyweight org. generally assumed
to be corrupt

32. Havens

34. “Children of her type contrive the purest philosophies” Nabokov girl

35. Herding sheep?

38. Ready, as fruit

40. Instrument with keys and a bench

41. Talk Like a Pirate Day phrase

42. What Gaia and Athena use to alert other drivers?

45. Child

46. Nick who played John Connor in “Terminator 3”

47. Buddhist school

48. ___ brûlée

50. Copperhead, e.g.

52. South Korea’s fourth-largest company

53. Drag, and a hint to this puzzle’s theme

60. Start to wake

62. Cry at the county fair

63. Ice-T’s wife

64. Small iPod option

65. Grammy-winning Renaissance man Steve

66. Uptight, as it were

67. Doesn’t share

68. Body images?

69. Fall faller

Down

1. Oprah’s Life Lift, e.g.

2. Sitarist Shankar

3. Settled up

4. “Fudge”

5. Word before donor or bank

6. 2006 Pixar hit

7. Say you can make it to the party, say

8. Continent with about twenty cities larger than New York

9. ___ Park, California
(site of Facebook’s headquarters)

10. Once bitten, ___

11. “Q: How does Moses make tea?
A: Hebrews it,” e.g.

12. Halloween word

13. “Yes”

21. Right on the map?

22. Certain quatrain pattern

25. Omnipotent one, in Hebrew

26. Colorful Mexican cocktails, in slang

27. Dolts

28. Evading a question, as it were

29. Rachel of “The Constant Gardener”

30. Tycho who taught Johannes Kepler

31. Great works, collectively

33. “Humble” living space

36. Some printers

37. Word incorrectly paired with “either”

39. Star and director of the biopic “Pollock”

43. Nevada city whose Shoshoni name means “pile of rocks”

44. CBS drama spun off from “JAG”

49. Big name in mobility scooters

51. U.K. university where Daniel Libeskind trained

52. Alan who lost to Obama in 2004

54. Do really well, as it were

55. Explorer on Nickelodeon

56. Depend (on)

57. Actress Skye of “Say Anything ...”

58. Org. with a self-serving category called “student athletes”

59. Eisenhower course sport

60. “Unbelievable,” in online slang

61. Telenovela family member




 
 
 
 
 
 
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