From the Secretary of State

BTL Staff
By | 2011-02-03T09:00:00-04:00 February 3rd, 2011|Entertainment|

Across
1 Accessories for 76 trombones
6 Room in 32-Across
10 Radio switch
14 “___ roll!” (winner’s cry)
15 “Uh-oh!” to Shelley
16 Richard of “And the Band Played On”
17 Sewing kit item
18 Pinball Wizard foul
19 Make ___ dash for
20 Secretary of State
23 SEP, e.g.
24 Comedian Amsterdam
25 What you tell pests to take
27 Study of Shakespeare’s feet
29 Russian astronaut
31 Where to find Moby Dick
32 Lorca’s house
33 Premature ejaculation meas.
34 Start of a statement by 20-Across
39 Sandy’s sound in “Annie”
42 Depp’s cross-dressing role
43 Sniff out
47 It shoots off hot stuff
49 Where you stick it in the bull
52 Islamic leaders
53 Ben Stiller’s mother Anne
55 Alexander ingredient
56 End of the statement
59 Gyro bread
60 “Catch you later”
61 Rutstein of “Disappear Fear”
62 Dollar bills
63 Series terminal
64 GLAAD’s “___ the Media” project
65 Adam, created by a woman named George
66 Teacher’s faves
67 Sews the hose

Down
1 Writer Yukio
2 They yell “Yer out!”
3 “Just missed!”
4 Carbon compound
5 It’s hung in a deli
6 Well-endowed old goats?
7 Gertrude’s partner
8 Screw around
9 Italian wine city
10 First name in mysteries
11 Rita Mae Brown’s “Rita Will,” e.g.
12 He went to Hollywood
13 Dose of AZT, e.g.
21 Bird of myth
22 Pester, as Albert to Armand
26 SASE, for one
28 Scrap of cloth
30 Wood for Billy Bean’s bat, perhaps
32 Spanish hero, with “El”
35 Up to one’s butt (in)
36 Hither’s partner
37 Rose to Dorothy, on “Golden Girls”
38 Old abbr. of Nureyev’s land
39 Caesar’s salutation
40 Painter Brooks
41 Played the coquette
44 “Bayou Boy and Other Stories” author Lars
45 Newspaper issue
46 Dorothy and Auntie Em, for example
48 Line of Todd Oldham clothing?
49 Gondola courses
50 Bruin Bobby
51 Made erect
54 Patronize, as a Rubicon restaurant
57 Lone Star sch.
58 “Naked Maja” painter
59 US Mail compartment

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