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Things Don’t Always Go Swimmingly

By |2011-09-08T09:00:00-04:00September 8th, 2011|Entertainment|


1 Pinko’s hero
6 “Gypsy”‘s “___ Need Is the Girl”
10 Wineglass feature
14 Lickety-split
15 Angry, with “off”
16 Tops
17 Muscular strength
18 “Let’s see now, where ___?”
19 Puts bills in the G-string, e.g.
20 103-mile trip attempted by 45-Across
23 Trick ending
24 Anouk of film
25 45-Across didn’t use this in her swim
29 Mother of the bride, to the other bride
33 Boss of “The Dukes of Hazzard”
34 Dedicated poem
35 Enticing words at Barney’s
36 Improve wine or cheese
37 Fisherman’s tool
38 Sighs for a lover who lies between one’s thighs
39 Here, in Le Havre
40 _Another Day in Paradise_ writer Christopher
42 Three for Sophia
43 “Like ___ not”
44 Return key on a PC
45 Marathon swimmer in the news quoted in 50-Across
47 Pink fruit
49 Gomer’s mail service
50 “I’m almost 62 years old and I’m standing here at the ___”
55 Anal alternative
56 Melville novel
57 Site for a queen of the Nile
59 Beach toy
60 “Chicago” producer Meron
61 Totally ridiculous
62 Timothy Daly’s sister
63 “Spamalot” writer Eric
64 Rock Hudson’s “Gun Fury,” for one


1 Article written by Lorca
2 Many a miniseries
3 When doubled, Mork’s good-bye
4 It made the Titanic go to the bottom
5 Jersey city
6 “A one and ___ …”
7 Coverage for Adam’s privates
8 Howard of “Gone With the Wind”
9 “On the down low,” for example
10 Homo chaser?
11 One that attacks a fly
12 Irish pop singer
13 Month in Madrid
21 Guy with a wad
22 Jockey straps
25 Oil source
26 Navajo erection
27 He often screws actors
28 Dipstick word
30 People in the service
31 Aluminum giant
32 Really queer, to straights
35 William S. Porter’s pen name
37 Composer Ned
38 Parseghian of football
41 “Cleopatra” director
42 The Oz woodsman, after recycling?
43 Pop artist Robert
45 Like Shakespeare’s star-cross’d lovers
46 Big union letters
48 Tea of “Spanglish”
50 Ask for it while kneeling
51 Parade prohibition for Streisand
52 Marilyn Monroe facial feature
53 Royal decree
54 Flying fisher
55 Quit, with “out”
58 Above, to Byron

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