Goodbye, Mr. Chips

By |2014-01-09T09:00:00-05:00January 9th, 2014|Entertainment, Puzzles|

Across

1 Breaks for Heather’s mommies
5 They circle Uranus
10 Slugger Ruth
14 “Houston, we have a problem”
15 Deuce follower, for Mauresmo
16 Traditional apple tree spot
17 O’Toole’s role in a 1962 movie
19 Ron Howard film with Ellen DeGeneres
20 Shop with an anvil
21 Cumming on the stage
23 Sexual ending
24 “Chicago” producer Meron
26 Come and go
28 Last word of a fairy tale
31 Comrade, in QuEbec
33 “If ___ nickel for every time …”
35 “If you’d been any prettier, it would have been …”, with 45-Across
37 “Survivor” adjective
38 Letters after CD
39 The late great O’Toole
41 The “A” in GPA
42 One with a gifted tongue
45 See 35-Across
48 Indian lute
49 “Just kidding!”
50 Remove a slip?
51 “The Sound of Music” song
53 Satisfy fully
55 Sibling, in brief
56 “That smarts!”
58 Head bones
62 Mekong River country
64 Source of this puzzle’s quote about O’Toole
66 Bottoms’ description of tops?
67 Like crystal
68 Slightly
69 Where to see sweaty athletes
70 Drag queen ___ Lettuce
71 Itches

Down

1 Testicles
2 Clumsy come-on
3 Type of sci, in college
4 William, who played with George Takei
5 Bloody queen
6 Dedicated poem
7 Chaplin spouse
8 Cores, to Atom Egoyan?
9 Get to second base, perhaps
10 One ruled by a queen
11 Ethiopia’s capital
12 Kim Carnes sang about her eyes
13 Word after “penis”
18 “I don’t see it”
22 Neet competitor
25 Arsenic’s old partner
27 Letter on a key
28 Kinky coifs
29 Pensacola people
30 Warhol subject
32 “Let’s make it a threesome!”
34 Hot-tub buildup
36 Listener-sponsored org.
37 La leader
40 Small salamanders
43 Road top
44 Bite it
46 Like bell-bottom jeans
47 Sunken passage
49 Kidman of “The Hours”
52 Chew (on)
54 Capital of Ghana
55 Fruit flavor for gin
57 Pay attention to
59 “Six Feet Under” character
60 Persian Gulf land
61 Computes the bottom line
63 IRS info
65 Young chap

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