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Remembering Paula Ettlebrick

By |2018-01-16T13:06:33-05:00November 17th, 2011|Entertainment|

Across

1 Lake, of “Hairspray”
6 “Beat it!”
10 What fruits do in orchards
14 Hawke of “Hamlet”
15 Jelly not for bread
16 Tomato variety
17 Start of a quote from Paula Ettlebrick
20 They perform without payment
21 Spain and Portugal
22 Barely beat
23 Cannon of Hollywood
24 Excites a bit
28 Rent
32 Leave the sack
33 What Shakespeare might be in, with “the”
34 Darth, as a boy
35 More of the quote
39 Sweetie pie
40 Russian gymnast Korbut
41 Tried to go down on?
42 One who doesn’t come immediately
45 ___ Rico
46 “Hi” to Lorca
47 Gone to Fla., maybe
48 Escargot
51 Piece of my heart and more?
56 End of the quote
58 Aspirin unit
59 “Uh-oh!” to Lord Byron
60 Priest role in “Superstar”
61 They don’t hang out in gay bars
62 Word after Bush
63 Rock-bottom

Down

1 “Queen of Country” McEntire
2 Bit from Ted Casablanca
3 “Pet” plant
4 Philosopher Immanuel
5 Suckers, perhaps
6 Sucking sound
7 Sticks around a bar?
8 Follower of Jim Buchanan
9 Dish from the land of the Samurai
10 Gay novelist Harlan
11 Pride expression
12 Potent head?
13 “Papa ___ Rolling Stone”
18 One-liner, e.g.
19 New corp. hires
23 Word for skin
24 Hiking trails
25 Flamboyant Flynn
26 Elton John’s instrument
27 IRS info
28 Inevitable online claim
29 Shoot-’em-up
30 Remove a condom?
31 Link with
33 Kevin Isom’s “It Only Hurts When I ___ ”
36 Jester’s headwear
37 Like seamen
38 Long distance letters
43 Pirouettes like a ballet dancer
44 ___ sci
45 “But,” in Barcelona
47 Ballet follower
48 Bay Area bulls (abbr.)
49 Drag queen’s leg need
50 With skill
51 Many miles away
52 Movie theater
53 Glinda portrayer in “The Wiz”
54 HHH, to Sappho
55 Pt. of DOS
57 Bullring shout

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