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Q Puzzle

By |2005-10-20T09:00:00-04:00October 20th, 2005|Entertainment|
Family Doctor

1 Their fruits are acorns
5 Like half of the Odd Couple
9 Drag spikes
14 Russian river
15 Top draft level
16 Aged, to Byron
17 Letters over Mary’s son
18 Home st. of Maupin
19 Spacey’s “The ___ Suspects”
20 Doctor played by Richard Chamberlain
23 Sculptor Nancy
24 One that plays with balls at the circus
25 AFL partner
28 Doctor played by B.D. Wong
32 Cruising areas
36 Tongue of Wilde’s land
37 Like sex with a historian?
38 Tin Man slicker
40 “Her Poems” writer Bogus
41 Sober partner
42 Cho’s “I’m the One ___ I Want”
45 Vehicle for a snow queen?
46 Lesbian doctor on “ER”
49 Old streaker over the Atlantic
50 Caesar’s post-orgasm cry?
51 DeBeque in “South Pacific”
56 Lesbian gynecologist on “Mad About You”
59 Dampen the pansies
62 “It comes ___ surprise”
63 Lie alongside
64 Lucy’s gal pal
65 Enter
66 Inspiration for Whitman
67 White’s “A Boy’s Own ___ ”
68 Suffix with prefer
69 Bad day for Caesar

1 Telepathic board that inspired James Merrill
2 Ball’s partner
3 Vibes not from a vibrator
4 More cunning than a cunning linguist?
5 “Honky ___ Woman”
6 What you use in response to “Bite me!”
7 Stud handlers?
8 Esera Tuaolo kept runners from getting it
9 Pointing to it is the little hand’s job
10 “Showboat”‘s “Nobody ___ But Me”
11 URL ending for some gay studies sites
12 “Lost and Delirious” director Pool
13 Show with C. Kattan
21 Org. for Clea DuVall
22 Maugham’s “Cakes and ___ ”
25 Street in British “Queer as Folk”
26 Cockamamie
27 Looked up Lady Chablis’ dress, e.g.
29 Shakespeare’s dusk
30 Went to bed with
31 United, to Colette
32 Hits hard
33 Loads
34 Ready for anything
35 “The Lion King” cad
39 E. Lynn Harris’ ” ___ Way the Wind Blows”
40 Cross-dresser Jeanne d’Arc, for one (abbr.)
42 Like Billy Douglas of “One Life to Live”
43 Sticks it out
44 Relating to high-tech flight
47 Home state of K. Mattea
48 Money back from Intl. Male
52 City of “The Bird Cage”
53 Coming out, for a pansy
54 Screw (up)
55 Rob of “Melrose Place”
56 Raspberry that isn’t a fruit
57 Where to get off in gay Paree
58 Without a date
59 Craven of “Cursed”
60 K. Cathcart, e.g.
61 However, to Emily Dickinson

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