Was That Our Fault?

BTL Staff
By | 2011-05-12T09:00:00-05:00 May 12th, 2011|Entertainment|

Across
1 Cause of the fall of 67-Across, in a recent interview
5 Estimator’s phrase
9 Acceptance of LGBT life style, hopefully
14 “While ___ it …”
15 Where a sailor may hit bottom
16 Average booster
17 Richard of “And the Band Played On”
18 Lust for Roddy in a sci-fi flick?
20 Behind with the bucks
22 Quarters for porkers
23 Plunk down your rear
25 Literary adverb
26 Wise old fruit?
30 Ready and willing partner
34 Playwright Hansberry
35 Former Minnesota state senator Allan
36 Mined-over matter
37 Gets the bottom line
40 Beebo Brinker creator Bannon
41 Great balls of fire
43 Sheepskins
45 Type of crime
46 Rides for male prostitutes?
48 Ill humor
50 Catherine ___-Jones
51 One who comes
55 To the rear, when cruising
59 Where Margaret sleeps?
61 Slangy suffix
62 Fosse field
63 Diggs of “Rent”
64 In a bit, to the bard
65 It blows up in your mouth, in a gag
66 Lacking depth and height
67 Letters that “fall” from 4 answers in this puzzle

Down
1 Leslie Caron role
2 Baldwin’s “The ___ Corner”
3 Barbecue site
4 Like more pricey items at Barneys
5 Handel’s _Messiah_, e.g.
6 Weight training unit
7 Penetrate the cracks
8 Near future
9 In need of a backrub
10 Digs in ruins
11 Morales of movies
12 Org. that may include bears
13 Week parts
19 “The African Queen” author
21 Puffs up
24 Blow hard, in and out
26 Move in mire
27 One from the heart
28 Alexander, with “the”
29 Cries out for
31 Looks tinkled pink
32 Hawaiian isle
33 Adolf’s intimate Rohm
35 Pie fight soundtrack
38 Type of bath
39 Raised
42 “Gifts of the Body” author Brown
44 Running wild
46 Alan of “And the Band Played On”
47 Apparently do
49 ” ___ Shoes” (Toni Collette movie)
51 Band from Sydney
52 Asian cuisine
53 Half of a pair for grabbing
54 Meir contemporary
56 Cube designer Rubik
57 Panic place for Jodie
58 Zilch
60 Queer body part on TV

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