Fam­ily Times Cross­word

The (K) Clues Are for Kids

The Denver Post - - FEATURES - Edited by Ti­mothy E. Parker Au­gust 13, 2017

ACROSS

1. (K) It grows on trees

5. (K) Word af­ter “bumper” or “ar­mored”

8. (K) Store event

12. As­sist a crim­i­nal

13. Work on a Gre­cian urn

14. Mon­go­lia’s ___ Ba­tor

15. (K) Sound from a lion

16. (K) Con­tin­u­ous loud noise

17. (K) Some­thing to sing

18. Con­nected on only one side, as a house

21. (K) Op­po­site of don’ts 22. (K) Word from Miss Piggy 23. Thing of value

26. (K) Com­plete col­lec­tion 27. (K) “Casey at the ___” 30. Pekoe and oo­long 31. Nod, to an auc­tion­eer 32. Art ___ (ar­chi­tec­ture style) 33. Like some sci­en­tists, in films

34. (K) Ro­dent with a long tail 35. Brief quar­rel

36. (K) “For ___ a jolly good …” 37. (K) Op­po­site of woman 38. Ac­tiv­ity that in­volves tar­get prac­tice (2 words)

44. (K) Black­ener of Santa’s suit

45. Poker pot item from a loser, per­haps 46. Wor­shipped one

47. (K) Cab­bage­like veg­gie 48. Pre­fix with “pend” or “pen­sion”

49. Arid

50. “Be­ware the ___ of March!” 51. (K) Make an at­tempt 52. (K) Break, as a horse

DOWN

1. (K) Fourth planet 2. (K) A wood­wind in­stru­ment 3. (K) Tailor’s junc­tion

4. (K) Ma­jor steps 5. Pro­gram­mers’ out­put 6. En­trance into a mine 7. Han­dled dif­fer­ently?

8. It can be rolled or stuffed in a restau­rant

9. (K) ___ vera

10. (K) Set­tle on the tar­mac 11. U.K., in part

19. (K) Part of an in­ter­net ad­dress

20. (K) Sim­ple bed

23. (K) Where to use a PIN 24. (K) Ocean rel­a­tive 25. Down in the dumps

26. (K) Obe­di­ence school com­mand

27. (K) Place a wa­ger

28. (K) Carry out one’s lines? 29. (K) “Can I have some ___?” 31. Cer­tain jazz group mu­si­cian 32. (K) Tooth doc­tor

34. (K) One push-up 35. Brazil’s ___ Paulo 36. Can’t stand

37. Meek and timid

38. (K) Frog cousin

39. (K) Some­thing to play 40. (K) Sixty min­utes

41. (K) What you first need to in­vent some­thing 42. So­ci­etal stan­dard

43. (K) ___ club (group of school singers)

44. (K) Take to the slopes

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