“She’s Got the Beat”

By |2018-01-16T02:54:20-05:00June 11th, 2009|Entertainment|
Q Puzzle
Across

1 Is unlike Dorian Gray
5 Band of 29-Across
10 Azaria of “The Birdcage”
14 Disney, e.g.
15 Illusory painting genre
16 Teheran’s country
17 Feminizing tail
18 Excitement
19 Old Italian money
20 With 44-Across, song by 5-Across
23 Summer TV offering
24 ’50s idol Hunter
25 Sitcom actress Meyers
28 Cookbook meas.
29 Pop icon Carlisle
33 An arm and a leg
35 One in a fairy tale threesome
36 London lavatories
37 On ___ with
38 Walter portrayed by Danny Kaye
40 “My Life in High Heels” writer Anderson
41 “Let ___!”
42 Olympics chant word
43 Where priests come together
44 See 20-Across
46 “QAF” network
48 Before, once
49 Cole Porter’s “___ Love You?”
50 Optimist’s words
52 With 66-Across, TV show of 29-Across
58 Carpet layer’s calculation
59 Nuts
60 Lily Tomlin’s “A Prairie ___ Companion”
62 Seamen
63 Stand next to Cassat
64 Morales of “La Bamba”
65 Loads
66 See 52-Across
67 Staying power, in “Variety”

Down

1 Great service from Mauresmo
2 Postpunk movement
3 One-named designer
4 Former Minnesota state senator Allan
5 Tammy Baldwin’s pages, e.g.
6 Speak freely
7 MacLeod of “The Love Boat”
8 Shaft output
9 Game plan
10 Jetho or Jethrine Bodine
11 Aida solo
12 Undercover crack investigator
13 Trick joint, maybe
21 Doctors, doggy-style
22 Compadre
25 You must remember this
26 Mature, as fruit
27 PR concern
29 What you put in a stallion’s mouth
30 Nary a soul
31 Lesbian family’s anonymous “dad”
32 Broadway whisper
34 Episode of “All My Children,” e.g.
35 Community school org.
38 Pirate ship revolts, e.g.
39 Language suffix
43 Last year’s frosh
45 Rimbaud’s king
46 Black eye
47 Monopoly purchases
50 Michael Landon’s ” ___ Teenage Werewolf”
51 Merman of Broadway fame
52 What a computer may spit out
53 Asian inland sea
54 Emperor played by Charles Laughton
55 Swarm member
56 Hoover hookup that sucks
57 Web info source
61 Ice in Ulm

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