Of _The L Word_ We Sing

By |2018-01-15T23:12:31-05:00May 7th, 2009|Uncategorized|
Q Puzzle
Across

1 Benjamin Britten’s Peter
6 “Quo Vadis” emperor
10 Big name in pumps
14 Fame
15 Where to find hot buns
16 Sailor’s mop
17 Gladiator area
18 Pilaf ingredient
19 Debussy’s daddy
20 “The L Word” episode named for a song from _Guys and Dolls_
23 Spots on TV
24 P. Hearst’s kidnappers
25 Org. that uses ball-washers
26 Practice B&D, e.g.
27 T or F, on exams
30 Armchair athlete’s channel
33 Like a leprechaun
35 Vietnam neighbor
37 Love of Lesbos
39 Tribal symbol
41 Episode named for a Ricky Martin song
44 “The L Word” creator Chaiken
45 New Haven school
46 Like a twosome
47 Broadway stage pieces
49 Narrow opening
51 Stuff for a blow job?
52 “The Simpsons” bartender
53 Neighbor of Miss.
55 Clinton blows it
57 He knocked out many men
58 Episode named for a Feliciano song
64 Diana of “The Avengers”
66 Countee Cullen work
67 Soda size, sometimes
68 Dickinson’s “There ___ frigate like a book”
69 Shrek, for one
70 “Full House” twin name
71 Facetious “I see”
72 Climax time in a Gary Cooper film
73 Novelist Charles

Down

1 The clap you get ringing someone’s chimes
2 Sandy-colored
3 Mapa of “Desperate Housewives”
4 Gay pride marchers close them
5 Of sound mind
6 “You’ve Got Mail” female
7 Like some twins
8 Summary by 62-Down
9 Like a nervous Nelly
10 Medium skill
11 Enjoy an oldie a la Richard Simmons?
12 Crowded place
13 Too big for your britches
21 Stand next to Cassat
22 Crimean conference site
27 Weight loss product
28 Fem’s application
29 Queens, e.g.
31 Say grace, say
32 Pop stars?
34 Toss in one’s hand
36 Chinese (prefix)
38 Pie-cooling ledge
40 Soda shop treat
42 Mt. Everest locale
43 Ben Franklin’s belief
48 Don, as a nightie
50 Gay-friendly Elizabeth
52 “West Side Story” girl
54 Part of a club name
56 Dossier about Uranus?
59 Mark Bingham of United Flight 93
60 Some Feds
61 “___ small world”
62 Movie critic Rex
63 Sea eagle
65 Sticky stuff

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