Crossword Explorer Austria - Level 523

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Austria - Level 523

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1d. "Turn that ___!" (Power it down):

OFF

1a. A bird that hoots, often found in barns:

OWL

2d. The opposite of strong:

WEAK

3d. To fill something with cargo:

LADE

4d. "Leave the gun, take the ___" (An iconic line from "The Godfather"):

CANNOLI

4a. A baseball ___, something you would wear on your head:

CAP

5d. Tori ___, a grammy-nominated American singer-songwriter:

AMOS

6d. Nickname of Philippa Middleton, the younger sister of Kate Middleton:

PIPPA

7d. The bottom of your shoe:

SOLE

7a. Opposite of "he":

SHE

8d. ___ Lewis and the News:

HUEY

9d. Prior to, as said in poetry:

ERE

10a. To be afraid of something:

FEAR

11d. Common abbreviation used when requesting a response to an event: Abbr:

RSVP

12a. In the middle of something:

AMID

13d. The opposite of alive:

DEAD

14a. "___ mutual friend told me":

OUR

15a. Fashionable or cultural crazes that come and go: Plural:

FADS

16a. Informal way of saying "no":

NOPE

17a. Bruce ___, world famous martial artist and actor:

LEE

18a. "House of Cards" star who has won two Academy Awards, one of them for "American Beauty": 2 wds:

KEVINSPACEY

19d. Gulf country that was once known as Persia:

IRAN

20d. What is extracted from mines:

COAL

21a. An expert at something:

PRO

22a. "Much ___ about nothing":

ADO

23d. People who spin tunes at clubs:

DJS

23a. Opus ___:

DEI

24d. To consume food:

EAT

25d. Frigid and slippery:

ICY

26a. Muhammad ___, a man who could float like a butterfly and sting like a bee:

ALI

27d. The rock in "on the rocks":

ICE

28a. Prefix that could come before "matic" or "biography":

AUTO

29d. To utilise something:

USE

30d. To dress smartly, with "out":

TOG

31d. Yoko ___, wife of a Beatle:

ONO

32a. "The Shining" actor who has won two oscars, one of them for "As Good as it Gets": 2 wds:

JACKNICHOLSON

33d. Miranda ___, a supermodel who was once married to Orlando Bloom:

KERR

34d. A subject in college that covers past events:

HISTORY

35d. A smell or fragrance:

ODOR

36a. A sore that one gets on one's eyelid (rhymes with "pie"):

STYE

37a. A muslim holiday (rhymes with "breed"):

EID

38a. A vain person's problem:

EGO

39a. NFL ball carriers: Abbr.:

RBS

40d. Harry ___, who was once senator of Virginia (rhymes with "bird"):

BYRD

41d. What you do at night:

SLEEP

42a. ___ sauce, the kind you would find at a sushi bar:

SOY

43d. A dog's cry of pain (rhymes with "help"):

YELP

44d. A silent performer, who often wears stripes:

MIME

44a. "The Devil Wears Prada" actress who has won 3 Oscars thus far: 2 wds:

MERYLSTREEP

45d. A fair or convention, for short: Abbr:

EXPO

46d. Practice for a bout or fight:

SPAR

47d. Hawks have sharp ones: Plural:

EYES

48d. To get ready or lay the groundwork for something, for short. Abbr:

PREP

49d. A kind of pleasure you get at a theme park, say:

FUN

49a. To repair something:

FIX

50a. What happens if you don't pay for your vehicle, for short:

REPO

51a. An ancient Greek instrument (rhymes with "fire"):

LYRE

52d. A large passage of time which has significance. "The end of an ___":

ERA

53a. A referee in Baseball, for short:

UMP

54a. "That is very ___ to me" (highly precious):

DEAR

55a. ___ pressure, something one succumbs to in a group:

PEER

56a. The chief protagonist of "The Matrix":

NEO

57a. To ___ open, as with a crowbar:

PRY

58a. A place one would go for a date with their mother, for example:

SPA
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