CANA­DIAN CRISS­CROSS

National Post (Latest Edition) - - WEEKEND DIVERSIONS - By Wal­ter D. Feener

ACROSS 1. Span­ish for house 5. Piece of in­for­ma­tion 10. Truck com­part­ments 14. “___ Lang Syne” 15. Typewriter type size 16. Ver­bal 17. As it seems at first 19. Citrus fruit of the Caribbean 20. Heavy silk fab­ric worn

in the Mid­dle Ages 21. Toothed like a comb 23. Ten­ant’s pay­ment 25. With­out any changes 26. Gas choice 30. Good enough for a

king or queen 34. Hawai­ian dish 35. Long flow­ing hair 36. Its for­mer name

was Bri­tish Hon­duras 37. Drink dain­tily 38. Nape of the neck 40. Cut grass 41. ___ de corps 44. Beer con­tain­ers 46. French for sum­mer 47. Trop­i­cal lizard 48. Al­most falls while walk­ing 50. Make dirty 53. Back part of the foot 54. Un­spo­ken lan­guage 57. The Bull con­stel­la­tion 61. Big tree branch 62. One who lives out­side

their na­tive coun­try 65. Ger­man au­to­mo­bile

man­u­fac­turer 66. Semi­con­duc­tor de­vice 67. Cape at the north­ern tip of Den­mark (with “The”) 68. Hered­i­tary unit 69. “Silk Stalk­ings” ac­tor 70. “Napoleon Dy­na­mite” direc­tor DOWN 1. Ar­ti­fi­cial tooth cov­ers 2. Dis­tinc­tive at­mos­phere 3. Un­likely 4. Think highly of 5. One be­ing ac­cused of a crime 6. Wing 7. In­vol­un­tary mus­cle twitch 8. City of an­cient times in Africa 9. Is in­tro­duced to 10. Give ad­vice to 11. Ja­son’s ship 12. Moun­tain­ous is­land in In­done­sia 13. Moved smoothly 18. Group of elite sol­diers 22. Gaelic name for Ire­land 24. French word for kept 26. Make un­happy 27. Un­pleas­ant sound 28. Floren­tine painter 29. Floors of ships 31. He­brew let­ter 32. Ob­so­lete name

for ni­tro­gen 33. For­mer name of the up­per

course of the Yukon 36. Long, thin loaves of bread 39. He­brew let­ter 42. Hav­ing a ten­dency to laugh 43. One loved by their fans 45. Oily mark 49. Some­what sad 51. ___-France 52. Words of a lan­guage 54. On­line jour­nal 55. Ready to eat 56. So be it! 58. Gar­den tool 59. Ha­gen and Pip­pig 60. Does some tai­lor­ing 63. Cook­ing con­tainer 64. Fruit drink

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