Moment Crossword Puzzle

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Moment Crossword Puzzle


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1 Mississippi River discoverer

7 Farming prefix

11 With 77-Down, Gary Grant, say

16 Idolized

17 Fish, to herons

18 Oscar winner Berry

19 Off the coast

20 She choreographed the giant keyboard dance scene in Big

22 They may be trimmed

23 K-O bridge

24 Swells up

25 One of her studio albums was called Thighs and Whispers

29 The works

32 A deer, a female deer

33 Plaything for one

34 __ steward

38 Sit (down)

40 Fink

42 Night light

44 Minute opening?

45 He was awarded the first Library of Congress Gershwin Prize in 2007

48 More stylish

50 Notable 2001 bankruptcy

51 Red Sox great's nickname

53 Explorer __ da Gama

54 Short of

57 He gave the first rock concert at the old Yankee Stadium in 1990

60 Rap's Dr. __

61 Low poker holding

63 Schmaltz

64 Aunt of Prince Harry

65 Lays down the lawn

67 Was in a no-win situation?

69 Sash with a bow

71 Bell Atlantic merger partner in 2

72 Jimmy Kimmel said of him "He's one of the few Jews who looks good in sequins"

76 Natural

79 Spike TV, once

80 Shaq's game

84 She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990

86 Common defense mechanism

87 Floor

88 Laudatory verses

89 Ultimatum words

90 Spanish babies

91 Sassy

92 Plaything for two

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1 Speaker's place

2 Hairspray mom

3 Arias, usually

4 Toothbrush brand

5 Got tight

6 Eerie

7 iPad maker

8 With 68-down, description of each of the seven Jewish pop music stars in this puzzle

9 Reason to go back to school? …

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