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The Oscars crossword puzzle

2-5-15 CW Puzzle

ACROSS
1. They can sting
6. *Oscar winner Henry Fonda to Peter
9. ____ of operation
13. Traditional Inuit home
14. Site of 2016 Olympics
15. Unpleasant airport news
16. Beach souvenir
17. Australian runner
18. On or to one side
19. *”The Theory of Everything” physicist
21. *Filmed over a 12-year period
23. Take your pick
24. Wild guess
25. Bygone bird of New Zealand
28. Ogle or gape
30. School break
35. Great horned ____, pl.
37. Make-up artist?
39. Blind alternative
40. “I’m __ __!”
41. Where vows are often exchanged
43. Type of track
44. Renaissance fiddle
46. Deity, in Sanskrit
47. A hair treatment
48. *Yearly Oscar winner for Best Film Editing
50. *Warren Beatty won for directing this flick
52. Yellow ___
53. “My bad”
55. Berg matter
57. Thorough
61. *”The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance”
65. Evian, backwards
66. In the past
68. Like a gymnast
69. Step
70. Create with cloth
71. Easter’s marshmallow treat
72. Church bell sound
73. Unagi
74. *Academy Award winner, _____ Lubitsch

DOWN
1. ____ list
2. Turkish honorific
3. Boatload
4. “Roll Out the Barrel” dance
5. Putting on a new sole
6. Small amount of residue
7. Between “ready and “fire”
8. *Meryl Streep was nominated for this 2008 movie
9. Netting
10. Assortment
11. Carpenter’s groove
12. Gave the once-over
15. A seat by day, a bed by night
20. African antelope
22. Argo propeller
24. Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner, e.g.
25. *Alice actress
26. Had title to
27. Cover story
29. *Witherspoon stars in this hiker’s story
31. Photoshop option
32. Bat dwelling?
33. Extra tire
34. *Famous march starting point
36. Leave in, as text
38. *Kind of film review
42. Forearm bones
45. *Nominee three years in a row
49. Decompose
51. Claw mark
54. _____ of the moon
56. Gardening tool
57. In or of the present month
58. Created in 1949 for security purposes
59. Obsolete phone feature
60. Bad to the bone
61. New Year’s Day game
62. Bearing
63. *Setting for 1965’s “The Sound of Music”
64. Hawk’s aerie, e.g.
67. “___ whiz!”

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