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This week’s theme is: In­de­pen­dence Day. So­lu­tion in next week’s Rap­pa­han­nock News.

ACROSS

1. *#34 Down did this 6. Pre-1947 Bri­tish rule over In­dia 9. *Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton chopped one down as a lad 13. *Pop­u­lar feel­ing 14. Aus­tralian bird 15. _____ two shoes 16. Without il­lu­mi­na­tion 17. Greed or sloth, e.g. 18. "April show­ers bring May flow­ers," e.g. 19. *Bri­tish sol­dier 21. *Pre-In­de­pen­dence Day "state" 23. Used for soak­ing 24. "Dirty Jobs" host 25. NHL's ri­val, 1972-1979 28. De­cep­tive ma­neu­ver 30. Lay to rest 35. Abrupt stop 37. 18-wheeler 39. Ea­gle's nest 40. Not ac­tive 41. De­te­ri­o­rate 43. Col­lo­quial "aren't" 44. Ivan and Nicholas, e.g. 46. Pi times square of ra­dius 47. Short spa­ces of time 48. Type of food 50. John Galswor­thy's Forsyte story 52. Graz­ing land 53. Ef­fected by the moon 55. Mem­ber of the Benev­o­lent Or­der 57. *"Born on the Fourth of July" star 60. Three-tiered Ro­man gal­ley 64. Gain knowl­edge 65. Fol­lows soh 67. Death _____ in "Harry Pot­ter" 68. Ta­pes­try 69. H1N1, e.g. 70. Two in eigh­teen 71. Or­ange part 72. "___ the sea­son" 73. Tent an­chor

DOWN

1. Rider's prod 2. Eu­ro­pean sea ea­gle 3. Like old West 4. *Dec­la­ra­tion of In­de­pen­dence, e.g. 5. Round­about road 6. None of this for the weary 7. Friend from Provence 8. Snow­bird 9. Type of list 10. Mul­ti­col­ored horse 11. Jumpy 12. Cy­clops had one 15. Ma­jor source of lead 20. Bul­ly­ing, e.g. 22. Be obliged to pay 24. Deep re­gret 25. *Be­tween red and blue 26. Shake­speare: "Thou call'st me dog be­fore thou _____ a cause..." 27. Is­lam's Supreme Be­ing 29. "Will be," ac­cord­ing to Day 31. *East In­dia Com­pany ware, pl. 32. Bay win­dow 33. Kind of pie 34. *_____ Ross 36. Type of se­abird 38. Of­ten sym­bol­ized by light bulb 42. Like a beaver 45. Form of civil dis­obe­di­ence, pl. 49. Post-Soviet Union union 51. *"In­de­pen­dence Day" in­vaders 54. Blue and white pot­tery style 56. Brightly col­ored snake of south­east­ern Asia 57. Wrap up in cere­cloth 58. One in a mil­lion 59. Rus­sian moun­tain range 60. There­fore 61. High­est vol­cano in Europe 62. Like those who will in­herit earth 63. Gaelic 64. Once around 66. He stung like a bee?

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