New Year’s Tra­di­tions

Country Woman - - SHARE A SMILE - BY KELLY WHITT

ACROSS

1. Sur­vivor net­work 4. Bread pur­chase 8. Cou­ple 12. Word af­ter skid or be­fore boat 13. Fa­mous opera 14. ___ bit­ten, twice shy 15. One ___ mil­lion (2 wds.) 16. Eat ___ peas on New Year’s (hyph.) 18. New Year’s sym­bol of new be­gin­nings 20. Track com­pe­ti­tion 21. Alien’s craft 24. Jolly Green ___ 28. Await the ___ in Times Square on New Year’s Eve (2 wds.) 33. Brag 34. ___-Ida pota­toes 35. The­atri­cal en­ter­tain­ment 37. Larry and Curly’s brother 38. Sail the seven ___ 40. Sing “Auld ___” on New Year’s Eve (2 wds.) 42. Monte ___ 44. Place for a pedi 45. Beauty sup­ply store 48. Kiss at midnight on New Year’s to ward off ___ 52. Watch It’s a ___ Life at the hol­i­days 57. On the ___ hand 58. Sick as ___ (2 wds.) 59. Com­fort 60. Let na­ture take ___ course 61. An­swer to roll call 62. Big Band and Roar­ing ’20s, for ex­am­ple 63. Polka ___

DOWN

1. Place for 18-Across to sleep 2. ___ fide 3. Mop 4. Where Franken­stein worked 5. Olive or canola 6. San­dler of The Wed­ding Singer 7. ___ the mu­sic 8. Type of jus­tice 9. Which­ever 10. Hockey medium 11. Like some pep­pers 17. Bar­rel 19. Bryn­ner of The King and I 22. Long­est-serv­ing Pres. 23. Base­ball player Her­shiser 25. Word be­fore ant or green 26. Lunchtime 27. Ex­ces­sively cute 28. Type of pear 29. ___ 51 30. Shake­spearean king 31. Eggs 32. Kick the foot­ball 36. Sense of self 39. Muck 41. Vi­su­al­ize 43. ___ Miss 46. Oak, for one 47. At a dis­tance 49. Empti­ness 50. Bring ___ fo­cus 51. ___ we for­get 52. Cry 53. Keats’ “___ to a Nightin­gale” 54. Nei­ther this ___ that 55. CAN neigh­bor 56. ___ Mis­er­ables

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