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Wednesday, Apr 02, 2014

Crossword: 'Growing Up'

Weekly crossword by Ink Well Xwords

By Ben Tausig
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Across

1. Often implied letters in an online address

5. Stooge born Samuel Horwitz

10. “Over there” of old

13. University with a noted “Writers’ Workshop”

14. Like a ghost staying at your house,
as compared to a guest

16. “I kiss’d thee ___ I kill’d thee”: Othello

17. ___ fetish

18. Shrink

19. Cutter of lines in some shops?

20. Hole style

22. Letter-shaped bike lock

24. Part in a show

25. Functions like a towel

27. “All Quiet on the Western Front” conflict, briefly

29. Friend of Kyle, Kenny, and Eric

32. Bridle attachment

33. “The Vampire Diaries” actor Somerhalder

34. Castilian-speaking country, locally

36. Like some projects after band breakups

39. Turban wearer

41. Like roughly 60% of human beings, ethnically

42. Manned the mixer, casually

43. Pal of “Cookie Monkey,” according to my son who isn’t that good at English yet but who certainly enjoys “Sesame Street”

44. State with legal brothels

46. Chicago-style deep dish chain

47. “Whose Line ___ Anyway?”

49. Lover of Ares in Greek mythology

50. Good listener?

51. Snapped

54. Swedish snuff

56. Star-shaped spice

57. Person from Boston, slangily

62. Shiny stone

63. Christie who wrote a mystery novel about bridge (but presumably never closed one on purpose to be a dick)

65. Kindly

66. Tall runner Down Under

67. Words of warning on the top rung of a ladder

68. “The Simpsons” exclamations

69. Hit head-on

70. Looks proudly

71. Still playing after regulation, briefly

Down

1. Quadraphonic system, say

2. Bugs, e.g.

3. Purchasing rule at the bar

4. Area with weatherproof furniture

5. Office gift exchange basis

6. One coming through in the clutch

7. Attorney general Holder

8. “Friday Night Lights” actress Kelly who dated Derek Jeter

9. Identify

10. “Will you marry me?” e.g.

11. Pulsonic toothbrush maker

12. Amphibians that may have toxic skin

15. Don’t just throw away

21. “Go bother someone ___”

23. “Spudtown”

26. Baked British treats made with alcohol

27. Sage

28. Shred, as on a guitar

30. Site for a Jesus painting, perhaps

31. Credulous

35. Alternative to puri or uttapam

37. “Girls” creator/star Dunham

38. One might make you hold your nose

40. Holds, as a party

45. Excellent

48. “Er ...”

51. Track placement?

52. Colon-emptying procedure

53. Early data storage software

55. We, in a text message

58. James played by Beyoncé in
“Cadillac Records”

59. “Um, I’m trying to talk here ...”

60. Narcissus’s mythical partner

61. Take a breather

64. Bluth brother whose name is pronounced like a biblical character




 
 
 
 
 
 
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