Eat, Pray, Love, Direct

By |2020-12-09T10:33:46-05:00December 9th, 2020|Entertainment, Puzzles|

Across
1 Klinger portrayer on “M*A*S*H”
5 Roman deity related to Diana
9 Watts in King Kong’s hand
14 R.E.M.’s “The ___ Love”
15 Genesis man
16 Conversation filler
17 Relief of Lincoln
18 Pt. of PGA
19 Jocks’ antitheses
20 Start of a quote by 61-Across about creative risk
23 From ___ Z (the whole shebang)
24 LGBT Money advises about this
28 Has a bottom line of
33 React to gay bashing, perhaps
34 William Tell’s canton
35 More of the quote
37 Walks unevenly
40 Jodie Foster’s “Panic ___ ”
41 Brit. word ref
42 Opens, as a barn door
44 Hard woody one
46 What an inflated doll might whisper?
47 Boy in a Johnny Cash song
48 Fir kin
50 End of the quote
54 Tell pests to take this
58 How Nureyev dances
59 Lion, tiger, or bear
60 Prompted on Broadway
61 “Eat, Pray, Love” director
63 Narc’s find, maybe
64 They’re above tenors
65 Phallic fishes
66 Tommy may shoot it off
67 Simple kind of question
68 Fruit flavor for gin

Down
1 Ellipse’s pair
2 From the top
3 City near Tahoe
4 Circumcision, e.g.
5 Bat first, to Glenn Burke
6 USA’s Cold War rival
7 It sends no one to Uranus
8 Em and Mame
9 Assyrian capital
10 Ferrera of “Ugly Betty”
11 On top of, to Byron
12 Foaming at the mouth
13 Powers that be
21 Some O.C.S. grads
22 ’70s Soap title woman
25 Forbidden acts
26 Taunting remarks
27 Ride them in Aspen
28 Takei, on the Enterprise
29 Sinead O’Connor’s country
30 Bird perch
31 Rowers pull them
32 City of Carnaval
36 One under a captain
38 Ship in a 1972 Roddy McDowall flick
39 Sound of sucking
43 Hot beverage carrier
45 Reeves of “My Own Private Idaho”
48 Skirt folds
49 Queen’s counties
50 Emulates Harper Lee’s bird
51 Alaskan language
52 Erection of antiquity
53 “I Dreamed a Dream” singer Susan
55 Force along
56 Frida of self-portraits
57 “Family Ties” mother
59 Schoolyard retort
62 Rimbaud’s refusal

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