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Mercurial Success

By | 2017-05-11T09:00:00-04:00 May 11th, 2017|Entertainment, Puzzles|

1 Drag queen ___ Lettuce
6 Dawson’s, in teen TV drama
11 Break it on Broadway
15 Oral performances
16 Primary blood carrier
17 Novelist Patricia ___ Warren
18 Out Pentatonix singer
20 Handle a shrew, for Shakespeare
21 Sexy clothing material
22 “Don’t Look ___ That Way” (Cole Porter)
23 Potbelly, and others
25 Endora portrayer
27 Sawbucks
28 Used the Divine Miss M’s name in vain?
31 Jeremy Irons role as a pope
32 Lines at checkout? (abbr.)
33 Medical research monkey
36 For-skin cream ingredient
39 Pentatonix cover of a Freddie Mercury song that went viral
43 Give ___ to (approve)
44 White water site
45 Virginia Woolf ___ Stephen
46 Pulling out of the closet?
49 Rock Hudson’s “Winchester,” et al.
51 Lubricant containers
53 Prefix with vitamin
55 The Spanish one was huge
56 Pound sound
57 De Matteo of “Desperate Housewives”
61 Top target
62 Out Pentatonix singer
65 ” ___ The Woods”
66 Gung-ho
67 _Amadeus_ star Tom
68 One who gazes at crystal balls
69 “Bewitched” aunt
70 Go lickety-split

1 Top-remover Mia
2 Buffalo’s lake
3 Morse clicks
4 Country houses, to Nureyev
5 It hangs from your butt
6 Montmartre menu
7 Travels aimlessly
8 Highland dialect
9 Heteros, on PlanetOut?
10 “The Gay Metropolis” writer Charles
11 Willa Cather character, and others
12 Go from the bar without a partner
13 Recipient of Bugs’ kisses
14 Sharon of “Queer as Folk”
19 1982 biopic with Ian Charleson
24 “Star Trek: ____”
26 Word after wheat, for granola lesbians
27 Singer Reagon
28 OJ portrayer Gooding
29 Second word of fairy tales
30 Bill, to Hilary at Yale
31 Tupperware sound
34 Makes money the old-fashioned way, to John Houseman
35 Unforeseen difficulty
37 River of Hirschfeld’s country
38 Davis pair in “Feud”
40 Cam Tucker, on “Modern Family”
41 Brewer Coors
42 Exam for jrs.
47 Abe Lincoln’s boy
48 Bad way to come
50 Emulate half of the Odd Couple
51 Wet spot on a blanket of sand
52 Cara of “Fame”
53 Online stat exaggeration?
54 A lot up front?
56 Madonna taught this in “The Next Best Thing”
58 Get under the skin of
59 Suffix with prefer
60 Like finer wine
63 James Dean’s “East of Eden” role
64 Grateful cries for one who satisfies

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