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July 2014 Crossword Puzzle Answer Key
Comments () | Published June 18, 2014

Across

1. Cut (down)

5. Not tons

9. Chorus syllables

13. Yoga retreat

19. Field measurement

20. Timbuktu’s country

21. Multivitamin extra

22. “The Far Side” organism

23. Weather that keeps one team from practicing before the big event? (2010)

26. Singing Ethel

27. What “Mc” means in Irish surnames

28. Driver’s warning

29. One team’s rabid fans? (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)

31. Achievement

33. “Was there anything ?”

35. Sickly

36. “What’d I tell you?”

37. They clear chalkboards

41. Sheep’s shout

42. Time Warner property

43. Team captain’s plea to his countrymen, should they lose? (1978, 1986)

52. Krispy Kreme products

53. “Be My Baby” group, with “the”

54. Director Welles

55. “Sounds like fun!”

56. Chili Bowl

57. Cool

58. Worked on hair

59. Street (downtown DC road, as sometimes spelled)

60. See it the same way

62. Team known for its players’ short stature? (1934, 1938, 1982, 2006)

64. Mideast ruler

65. Part of OOO

66. Tickled doll

67. Bread that one team’s coach serves his players? (1998)

72. It may be acute

74. Types notes to, for short

77. Spam and such

78. Letter before “dee”

79. Has to repay

80. Lose it

81. Swiss potato dish

82. Seussian environmentalist

84. Ukraine’s third-biggest city

86. What one team’s exasperated coach says when his players don’t cooperate? (1930, 1950)

89. Help

90. Mel with 511 home runs

91. Deli cylinders

92. Surreal ending?

95. Not merely my

96. Tan shade

98. Humdinger

99. What one team promises after its lousy showing last time? (1966)

102. In the area

104. Word before movement or formation

109. Around the end of lunchtime

110. What these seven countries are and the years they were (along with three-time winner Germany)

113. Discussion system since 1980

114. Soothing plant

115. Cookie with its name on it

116. One of the Ancient Romans?

117. Closely held beliefs

118. West African staple food

119. With a (without any)

120. Write out

Down

1. Roles, in metaphor

2. Sound on the rebound

3. Small bird

4. Famed fiddler

5. Friend in Port-au-Prince

6. Movie genre

7. Lawful Ness

8. Eternally tipsy type

9. Back talk

10. Meccans, mostly

11. European river famed for its beautiful valley

12. Kendrick or Karenina

13. Creator of Roo and Pooh

14. News for the nose

15. Geographical feature of East Africa

16. Romulus’s twin

17. Ease

18. Minister’s house

24. Demeanor

25. Bear (former investment bank)

30. Gets good with a one-liner

32. Goes wrong

34. Hobbled

37. Murphy or Izzard

38. Spacious

39. “Maybe” musical

40. Leave speechless

41. Daniel on the frontier

42. Moved stealthily

44. For nothing

45. Societal value

46. Toiling

47. Overworked person’s problem

48. See if you can

49. Actress Fisher

50. Christmas, to the French

51. Wild Warhol

56. “It’s so cold!”

58. Trading-floor shout

60. Audrey Tautou movie

61. JPEG alternatives

62. Made-up story

63. Walking sticks?

64. Archie’s wife

65. Immune-system component

67. Beach, Florida

68. “Everything’s good”

69. Right on the map?

70. Needed an aspirin

71. 1970 physics Nobelist Louis

72. Expect

73. Barbershop shout

74. “To recap . . .”

75. African tribe known for its shields

76. Does a vet’s job

79. Pompous, as writing

80. Video-game name

82. Wield a baton

83. Stench

84. Word before surgeon

85. City on Lake Superior

87. Zeroes

88. Taker of power

92. Words on a door

93. Get the feeling

94. Sixth-grader, say

95. Beginning

96. Gay

97. One kind of data storage

98. Michelle’s predecessor

100. A, in Austria

101. Out of town

103. The dismal science, for short

105. Late actor Julia

106. Shoreham (Woodley Park hotel)

107. “Bloom County” penguin

108. “Hey, you!”

111. Clinton Defense Secretary Aspin

112. Playing it cute

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