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Sunday Puzzle
Puzzle Solution found on page C8

THEME: THANKSGIVING

ACROSS
1. What car does over time
6. *Traveler’s purchase
9. Kind of cola
13. Opening
14. ___ de Triomphe
15. Opposite of domesticated
16. Beer garden mug
17. Hula dancer’s necklace
18. “Haste makes waste,” e.g.
19. *Thanksgiving game day stars
21. *Peeps around the table
23. “But I heard him exclaim, ____ he drove out of sight ...”
24. Queen of Carthage
25. British broadcaster
28. Fungal spore sacs
30. Angry dispute
35. Rhine tributary
37. “Cogito, ____ sum”
39. Did like a star at night
40. Assortment
41. *Last float passenger
43. Larger-than-life
44. Like a neon sign
46. Catcher’s catcher
47. Facts and figures
48. Nile and Mississippi ____
50. Plural of “forum”
52. State of no-mindness
53. Impose, as in tax
55. Rage
57. *Star of the show on Thanksgiving
60. *”The Thanksgiving Song” singer
64. Small, olive-gray bird
65. Kind of printer
67. Nose of a missile
68. Donated live-saver
69. Born, in society pages
70. Child-eating daemon, in Greek
mythology
71. Do this at a funeral
72. Symbolized by elephant
73. Funny
DOWN
1. Reduced Instruction Set Computer
2. “Do ____ others...”
3. Hearty one-pot dish
4. *Squanto’s Wampanoag, e.g
5. Mexico City state
6. “Buffalo ____, won’t you come out
tonight...”
7. “Is” is to “she” as ____ is to “we”
8. “The Terminator” genre
9. Ghana monetary unit
10. Like word of mouth
11. Same as cagey
12. Stout relative
15. Kate Hudson’s “Almost ____”
20. Those in favor
22. Sum it up
24. Make something seem worthy
25. *____-breasted variety
26. Pop out
27. Prepare white wine
29. Pack like sardines
31. Lose one’s coat

32. November birthstone
33. Get together
34. *Pumpkin alternative
36. Dig like a pig
38. Bismarck’s first name
42. Courtyards
45. Non-scholarship player
49. “____ Spot run”
51. ____ Palmer
54. Contending
56. *”Thanksgiving,” poem by ____ Albert Guest
57. Michelin product
58. Strong desire
59. *____ harvest before giving thanks
60. Beehive basket
61. Stretched ride
62. Like a villain
63. Bona fide
64. Wedding promise, e.g.
66. “New” prefix

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