Crossword Explorer Argentina - Level 343

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Argentina - Level 343

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1d. Island wreath given in Hawaii:

LEI

1a. A ___ of bread:

LOAF

2d. Wood in which scotch ages the best:

OAK

3d. "You ___ here ahead of time":

ARE

4d. (With "the") Superhero with a yellow lightning symbol on his outfit:

FLASH

5d. One of the oldest spirit companies in the world, whose logo is a bat:

BACARDI

5a. Sentence filler, when used thrice:

BLAH

6d. Move silently with an intention to ambush or dodge:

LURK

7d. Sun sign whose symbol is a ram:

ARIES

8d. Action that has become almost involuntary, thanks to daily practice:

HABIT

9d. A western concert flute that comes from the woodwind family:

ALTO

9a. Mountainous region in Switzerland:

ALP

10d. Stem ending, that changes from green to brown and falls down:

LEAF

11d. Sound of a cartoon vanishing:

POOF

12a. ___ Grey tea:

EARL

13a. A halo, for one:

AURA

14a. What "Leonard" or "Lionel" may be called, fondly:

LEO

15a. Swedish brand that produces DIY furniture:

IKEA

16a. A baby's bed:

CRIB

17a. The intuitive knowledge of life, according to the Chinese:

TAO

18a. The lead single from Taylor Swift's fifth album, that received 3 Grammy nominations, and stayed on the Hot 100 charts for 50 weeks: 3 wds.:

SHAKEITOFF

19d. "Are you able to ___ me at the back?":

HEAR

20d. Popular fish, often bought in canned form:

TUNA

21d. "___ me!" (Rebellious answer to an order):

MAKE

21a. The female caregiver:

MOTHER

22d. ___ Day (health supplement brand): 2 wds.:

ONEA

23d. Spends time on the beach to change color of the skin:

TANS

24a. "The Simpsons" disco guy:

STU

25a. The largest Japanese airline, headquartered in Tokyo: Abbr.:

ANA

26a. "Much ___ about nothing":

ADO

27d. Mozart's "L'___ del Cairo":

OCA

28a. Toy gun from Hasbro, that shoots soft darts:

NERF

29d. Pianist Gilels:

EMIL

30d. One of a kind:

RARE

31d. Starting to split from the ends:

FRAY

32a. "To Pimp a Butterfly" rapper, who collaborated with Taylor Swift on "Bad Blood", a song from her fifth album: 2 wds.:

KENDRICKLAMAR

33d. Another word for headmaster:

DEAN

34d. Singing the song along with the singer while reading the lyrics on screen:

KARAOKE

35d. A common man who is not part of the clergy:

LAIC

36a. Without putting in much effort:

EASE

37a. Type of batteries that a small toy would need:

AAA

38a. Group dedicated to "Irish republicanism": Abbr.:

IRA

39a. "___ matter of fact...": 2 wds.:

ASA

40d. Carnivorous fish superficially similar to stingrays:

SKATE

41d. "He's done for. And ___ you, we shall see!": 2 wds.:

ASFOR

42a. "The Martian" producer Scott:

RIDLEY

43d. Showdown between clubs from the same area:

DERBY

44d. The official story teller or composer, in medieval culture:

BARD

44a. Second single from Taylor Swift's fifth album, that received three Grammy nominations, and had a part in the lyrics misheard by many: 2 wds.:

BLANKSPACE

45d. One who is not speaking the truth:

LIAR

46d. The ground forces part of the military:

ARMY

47d. Positive traits:

PROS

48a. An ___ of hostility (Hostile situation):

AIR

49a. "___ Circus" (song from "Madagascar"):

AFRO

50a. Rotations per minute in an engine that denote its speed and efficiency, for short:

REVS

51d. A period of time, usually mentioned when talking about the past:

ERA

52d. ___ Kilmer, who played the role of Batman:

VAL

53d. "Now you ____ me...now you don't!":

SEE

54a. A headbutt but from a goat's perspective:

RAM

55a. "___ a look" ("Saw"):

TOOK

56a. A steep Scottish incline:

BRAE

57a. Moisture-free:

DRY

58a. Scottish Gaelic language:

ERSE

59a. The third oldest university for higher education in the United States:

YALE
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