Crossword

ACROSS

1. *#34 Down did this

6. Pre-1947 British rule over India

9. *George Washington chopped one down as a lad

13. *Popular feeling

14. Australian bird

15. _____ two shoes

16. Without illumination

17. Greed or sloth, e.g.

18. “April showers bring May flowers,” e.g.

19. *British soldier

21. *Pre-Independence Day “state”

23. Used for soaking

24. “Dirty Jobs” host

25. NHL’s rival, 1972-1979

28. Deceptive maneuver

30. Lay to rest

35. Abrupt stop

37. 18-wheeler

39. Eagle’s nest

40. Not active

41. Deteriorate

43. Colloquial “aren’t”

44. Ivan and Nicholas, e.g.

46. Pi times square of radius

47. Short spaces of time

48. Type of food

50. John Galsworthy’s Forsyte story

52. Grazing land

53. Effected by the moon

55. Member of the Benevolent Order

57. *”Born on the Fourth of July” star

60. Three-tiered Roman galley

64. Gain knowledge

65. Follows soh

67. Death _____ in “Harry Potter”

68. Tapestry

69. H1N1, e.g.

70. Two in eighteen

71. Orange part

72. “___ the season”

73. Tent anchor

DOWN

1. Rider’s prod

2. European sea eagle

3. Like old West

4. *Declaration of Independence, e.g.

5. Roundabout road

6. None of this for the weary

7. Friend from Provence

8. Snowbird

9. Type of list

10. Multicolored horse

11. Jumpy

12. Cyclops had one

15. Major source of lead

20. Bullying, e.g.

22. Be obliged to pay

24. Deep regret

25. *Between red and blue

26. Shakespeare: “Thou call’st me dog before thou _____ a cause…”

27. Islam’s Supreme Being

29. “Will be,” according to Day

31. *East India Company ware, pl.

32. Bay window

33. Kind of pie

34. *_____ Ross

36. Type of seabird

38. Often symbolized by light bulb

42. Like a beaver

45. Form of civil disobedience, pl.

49. Post-Soviet Union union

51. *”Independence Day” invaders

54. Blue and white pottery style

56. Brightly colored snake of southeastern Asia

57. Wrap up in cerecloth

58. One in a million

59. Russian mountain range

60. Therefore

61. Highest volcano in Europe

62. Like those who will inherit earth

63. Gaelic

64. Once around

66. He stung like a bee?

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