Q-Puzzle

BTL Staff
By | 2008-07-24T09:00:00-05:00 July 24th, 2008|Uncategorized|
Q Puzzle
Across

1 “Go ___ ” (film of 69-Across)
5 On the ball
10 Bushy do
14 Sondheim’s ” ___ the Woods”
15 Where Caesar went to the bank?
16 Seal in the juices, to Traci Des Jardins
17 End of a favorite holiday
18 Gladiator area
19 Imitated Melissa Etheridge
20 With 45-Across, film by 39-Across
23 Nutty ___ fruitcake
24 It hangs from your butt
25 “Ragged Dick” writer Horatio
29 ” ___ Park” (film of 52-Across)
35 Ready to hit the sack
36 Laura Nyro’s “___ Him on a Sunday”
37 ___ Speedwagon
38 Cause of the Tin Woodsman’s rust
39 “But I’m a Cheerleader” director Babbit
41 Charley’s partner in a 2000 flick
42 Sexual ending
43 Shoe bottom
44 Became aroused
45 See 20-Across
48 Style Tracy Turnblad’s hair
49 Some sex-toy batteries
50 It may come from Uranus
52 “I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing” director
60 “… ___ take arms against …” (“Hamlet”)
61 Chorus butches
62 Wang in fashion
64 Spread it on your muffin
65 Turns the meat at Hamburger Mary’s
66 Ron Howard film with Ellen DeGeneres
67 One to blow on
68 Name on a drag queen’s compact
69 “Bedrooms & Hallways” director Troche

Down

1 Type of leaf used in statuary
2 Letters over Mary’s son
3 RBI, to Glenn Burke
4 “In the Life”‘s Michael Billy
5 Penetrates
6 Margolyes of “Ladies in Lavender”
7 Aid’s partner
8 Musical about Manhattan’s East Village
9 Flat-bottomed receptacle
10 Town in da Vinci’s land
11 Costume item for Charles Busch
12 Rave partner
13 Sex party
21 Male enhancement exaggeration?
22 Heaviest president
25 Room at the top
26 “Of course I ___ people …” (Quentin Crisp)
27 Item for SAGE?
28 Market tail?
30 ” ___ and Jaguar”
31 Abbr. for people with only two names
32 Go out with
33 Dike problems
34 Well-endowed one?
39 Write quickly
40 A. Earhart concern
41 Mary’s little lamb, perhaps
43 Emphatic affirmative, to Frida
44 The whole shebang
46 Strand, as a seaman
47 The Continent, to Britten
51 Choreographer Bob
52 Honeypot lover
53 His grandmother had a Woody
54 Colette’s coffee
55 Society’s problems, like racism and homophobia
56 Working hard
57 At least once
58 “What would you have ___?”
59 They’re performing, in “Fame”
63 Liberty, in “QAF”

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