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Q Puzzle Clues

By |2005-08-04T09:00:00-04:00August 4th, 2005|Entertainment|
Made To Be Broken

Across
1 Lucas of “Longtime Companion”
6 What you shake when you come quickly
10 Scripture holders for congregation Beth Simchat Torah
14 Artist Eva
15 Hang out
16 Hit the ball softly
17 One who asks “Bride or bride?” at a wedding?
18 Start of a quip
20 Sometime label of David Bowie
21 High place with a flat top
23 Fruit orchard attendant
24 Restraint
26 Prefix with gravure, in “Easter Parade”
28 Got to second base, perhaps
29 Quip source Kate
31 Degree for Andrew Tobias
33 Title for A. Spear
34 Constellation over Sydney or Rio
35 Warhol China piece?
36 Adam, created by a woman named George
37 More of the quip
40 Bk. before Song of Songs
42 Magneto portrayer McKellen
43 “___ good turn daily” (Boy Scouts motto)
44 “___-di-dah!”
45 Lts. are made here
46 More of the quip
50 Top-notch
52 The king in “The King I,” for one
54 Prissy temper tantrum
55 Competitions on big logs
57 Out of whack, off, etc.
59 Georgia once, but not O’Keeffe
60 End of the quip
62 Mount the soapbox
64 Bambi, e.g.
65 Art Deco design name
66 O’Connor of “Xena”
67 Italian bear
68 ___ Paolo Pasolini
69 She beat Navratilova in the 1982 U.S. Open

Down
1 Where Jane Spahr works
2 Save from going down at sea, e.g.
3 Black key for Elton John
4 Verb suffix for a poof
5 Wheat ___ (granola lesbian’s choice)
6 “Dykes to Watch Out For” cartoonist Bechdel
7 Like a dancer’s diet
8 “In the Steps of Mr. Proust” author Stanley
9 Fare not worthy of James Beard
10 Gay travel guide “Out & ___ ”
11 Get intimate in an igloo
12 Got down at 1-Down
13 Rubber component
19 Bear up there
22 Queer, but not necessarily gay
25 Sport of Pam Parsons, for short
27 Barbra’s “Funny Girl” guy
30 www.queery.com, e.g.
32 Woman’s bedroom
35 Word on a tearoom door
36 Looks tinkled pink
37 Greek hero
38 Auxiliary verb for Christopher Marlowe
39 Reed of “Walk on the Wild Side”
40 Where to find a well-hung Goya
41 “Don we now our gay apparel” singer
45 Cry of pleasure
46 Bore that isn’t penetrating
47 Out of whack, off, etc.
48 Amy, to David Sedaris
49 Canal, in the British “QAF”
51 Prefix with sexual
53 Like Beard’s cuisine
56 Trickle through the cracks
58 Long-ago time, to Shakespeare
61 Da. that the Stonewall riots began
63 Prepare to drag

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