Prairie Post (West Edition)

The Weekly Crossword

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ACROSS

1. “Frasier” actress Gilpin

5. Poker action

9. New moon, e.g.

14. Twelfth month of the Jewish calendar

15. ___ vera

16. ___ pneumonia

17. Luxurious, chauffeur-drivern car

19. A Muse

20. “___ bad!”

21. Catch, as flies

22. Affixes in a scrapbook, say

23. Creeks

25. Butter up?

26. “Act your ___!”

27. Bit of dust

28. Witty remark

31. Sycophants (hyphenated)

35. Gloomy, in poetry

37. Face-to-face exam

38. Little people

40. A chip, maybe

41. Resides

43. Safe to fly

45. Calendar square

46. Coastal raptor

48. “___ we having fun yet?”

49. Complain

51. Disrobe

55. Tired

57. “... or ___!”

58. Basic monetary unit of Romania

59. Annoy

60. Acknowledg­ing a new landlord

62. Carries on

63. “Fudge!”

64. “Empedocles on ___” (Matthew Arnold poem)

65. Church recesses

66. Smeltery refuse

67. Rip

DOWN

1. Animal hides

2. “Four Quartets” poet

3. Buzz

4. 1969 Peace Prize grp.

5. Fine, soft goat wool

6. Assumed name

7. Marathon

8. “Malcolm X” director

9. Delighted

10. Ridge of land between two parallel faults

11. Reduction

12. Fill

13. “Aeneid” figure

18. Grammar topic

22. Congratula­tions, of a sort

24. American symbol

25. Blunder

27. Three-reeler, e.g.

29. Solemn promise

30. Deuce topper

31. Grasp

32. “Mi chiamano Mimi,” e.g.

33. Small, white kidneyshap­ed seeds (2 wds)

34. Bias

36. Harder to find

39. Farewell appearance (2 wds)

42. Female clairvoyan­t

44. Command

47. 2004 Oscar nominee

50. Caffe ___

51. The “U” in UHF

52. A-list

53. Medicinal plant

54. Dearie

55. City on the Yamuna River

56. “That’s a ___!”

57. And others, for short

60. Infomercia­ls, e.g.

61. After expenses

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