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Crossword Puzzle

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ENGLAND
STATEPOINT CROSSWORD

ACROSS
1. *”The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” author
6. A light touch
9. Shirley MacLaine’s 1963 character
13. Relating to a gene
14. 2016 Olympics host
15. a.k.a Little Mermaid
16. Arabian chieftain
17. Toymaker
18. Social class
19. *Street of Number 10 fame
21. *England’s official language, 1066-1362
23. Romantic destination
24. Antonym of hero
25. School support org.
28. It means lights out
30. Skylight, e.g.
35. Fleshy hindquarters
37. Army beds
39. Approximately
40. *Simon Cowell’s gig, “Pop ____”
41. State of danger
43. Immaterial part of person
44. Pouting grimaces
46. Actress ____ Kunis
47. *Great Britain, e.g.
48. Misprint
50. Person, place or thing
52. Bro’s sibling
53. Highly excited
55. *Petrol
57. *Under Tower Bridge
60. *World’s longest underwater tunnel
64. ORD Airport
65. Apolo Ohno’s field
67. Hollow rock
68. Pretend
69. Make a mistake
70. Reddish brown natural dye
71. Novice
72. Marbled bread
73. Stride

DOWN
1. Like some cheeses
2. Visual presentation
3. Afresh
4. Dignified bearings
5. Actor’s guide
6. Residue amount
7. Be ill
8. Very successful
9. Ahmadinejad’s home
10. Reduced Instruction Set Computer
11. Illegal lab product
12. *It’s Bitter, Brown, Mild or Old in England
15. Type of acid
20. Civil rights org.
22. Like one who needs improvement
24. Type of thong underwear
25. *_____ Minister
26. *Elizabeth I’s last name
27. Frenchman’s love
29. *Lord Byron’s “She Walks In Beauty,” e.g.
31. Not final or absolute
32. Worthless impurities
33. Round openings in architecture
34. *Prince Charles’ domain
36. Attorney’s bargain
38. Silage holder
42. “Live, Love, _____”
45. Reproductive structure of a flower
49. *Victorian ___ or Era
51. Complete failure
54. Twig of willow tree
56. Expression of contempt
57. People in general
58. Homer Simpson’s deficiency
59. Golden Fleece ship
60. Wrap up in cerecloth
61. Not any
62. Pulitzer Prize winner ____ Ferber
63. Banned paint substance
64. “Oftentimes” in poetry
66. “___, the Beloved Country”