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Wednesday, Feb 19, 2014

Crossword: 'Logical Connections'

Weekly crossword by Ink Well Xwords

By Ben Tausig
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Across

1. Marks of experience, as it were

6. “Your play”

11. Where Putin got his professional start

14. Site of a Vietnam War atrocity

15. Multilayered cake

16. Dope

17. Hockey delay tactic

18. Jefferson Memorial column type

19. Earn after expenses

20. Crisis following the breakup of Guns N’ Roses, the Eagles, and Mötley Crüe?

23. NPR’s “Weekend ___”

24. Human tail?

25. Horror movie set at the dry cleaner?

31. Like pork rinds

35. Dealbreakers: Abbr.?

36. Jazz singer Anderson

37. Bend in a tutu

38. Choice words swapped in this puzzle’s theme answers

40. Jazz singer Simone

41. Spengler who is the first to spot the
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man

42. Source of hair on one’s furniture

43. “Liquor is quicker” poet Nash

44. Tour manager for gummy bears and M&M’s?

48. On top of everything else

49. Superglues, say

54. What the host of “Deal or No Deal” eats to make the gold suitcases look, like, *extra* gold?

58. Band whose “Man on the Moon” is a tribute to Andy Kaufman

59. Bureau that provides sports stats

60. Southern Caribbean island known for scuba diving

61. With 62-Across, what an R specifies

62. See 61-Across

63. Sites of some cosmetic surgeries

64. “Low Rider” band

65. Not on the up-and-up

66. Surge of water

Down

1. “I’m shooting you now”

2. Ancient tropical tree

3. Suspect’s excuse

4. Prepared to tackle

5. Play the dozens

6. “Say ___ So” (Hall & Oates)

7. Bear associated with Disney

8. River in view in “Room With a View”

9. Begin to leave one’s dreams behind?

10. 7-G, for Homer Simpson

11. Michelangelo sculpture subject

12. Show featuring the New Directions

13. Sandwich that can be made vegetarian with fakon

21. 1950 film noir classic

22. Putting on

26. Beef up

27. Summer sign

28. Body part that may have a spacer

29. Number before Lives or West, in brand names

30. One with a list on campus

31. What freelancers usually submit on

32. Bit of plankton

33. One working with a chair and a whip

34. There’s one named for Achilles

38. Urgent NYPD call

39. “The Matrix” hero

43. Harry Potter and Tom Riddle, for two

45. Sings with frequent breaks?

46. Animated clown some claim is based on David Letterman

47. Some MIT grads

50. It has a point

51. “Wordplay” director Patrick Creadon’s documentary about debt

52. Orgy outfits, stereotypically

53. Blockbuster

54. The M in MHz

55. 1986 Nobelist Wiesel

56. Mojito citrus

57. “What am I, your ___?”

58. Real, as talk




 
 
 
 
 
 
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