Crossword Explorer Bahamas - Level 866

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Bahamas - Level 866

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1d. Egyptian snake:

ASP

1a. Throbbing pain:

ACHE

2d. Cost of living stat: Abbr.:

CPI

3d. Body part with fingers:

HAND

4d. ___ good feelings (period in history): 2 wds.:

ERAOF

5d. Double-reed instrument:

OBOE

5a. Clumsy person:

OAF

6d. Pretentiously creative:

ARTY

7d. Disastrous or destructive:

FATAL

8d. Granola ingredients:

OATS

8a. Deep-frying need:

OIL

9d. ___ facto (by the very fact):

IPSO

10d. Low in fat, say:

LEAN

11a. Prepare to fight in a boxing match:

SPAR

12a. Strapped lingerie part, for short:

BRA

13a. Big primate in the zoo:

APE

14a. ___ colada (cocktail):

PINA

15a. "The Simpsons" bus driver:

OTTO

16d. Half a pair?:

ONE

17a. Airport screening organization: Abbr.:

TSA

18a. Novel by Charles Dickens that deals with the story of a shipping firm owner who is frustrated at not having a son to take care of the business: 3 wds.:

DOMBEYANDSON

19d. Actresses Ryan and Tilly:

MEGS

20d. Yellow Muppet character of "Sesame Street":

BERT

21d. Title for a lady in Spain:

DONA

22a. Shipping or handling charge:

FEE

23a. "War and Peace" writer, Tolstoy:

LEO

24d. Dell or IBM products, for short:

PCS

24a. Pea container:

POD

25d. Resistance unit in Physics:

OHM

26d. Dr. of rap:

DRE

27a. Seize suddenly:

GRAB

28d. "Who ___ to judge?": 2 wds.:

AMI

29d. Like some news that's not good:

BAD

30a. Social convention:

NORM

31d. Celestial sphere:

ORB

32d. Aussie hopper, informally:

ROO

33d. Cubs and White Sox organization: Abbr.:

MLB

34a. "A ___," novella by Charles Dickens that deals with the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly miser: 2 wds.:

CHRISTMASCAROL

35d. Stevie Wonder's song, "___ Made To Love Her": 2 wds.:

IWAS

36d. Feudal worker:

SERF

37d. Coconut fiber from which rope can be made:

COIR

38a. Eurasian duck:

SMEW

39a. Prefix with or "logical" to mean manner of content thinking:

IDEO

40a. Songwriter Dylan:

BOB

41a. Tavern offering:

ALE

42d. Baton Rouge school: Abbr.:

LSU

43d. Sharp-eyed bird with a hooked beak:

EAGLE

44a. Edge of the glass:

RIM

45d. Took up residence elsewhere, say:

MOVED

46d. Off in a distance:

AFAR

46a. "___ the Sea," short story co-authored by Charles Dickens that revolves around Captain Jorgan's sea voyage: 3 wds.:

AMESSAGEFROM

47d. ___-to-order (specifically designed):

MADE

48d. Stage musical that won the Obie Award, "Dear ___ Hansen":

EVAN

49d. "It" author Elinor:

GLYN

50d. Organs with vision:

EYES

51d. Restaurant handout:

MENU

52a. Most liked or preferred, informally:

FAV

53a. Hans Christian Andersen's, "The ___ Duckling":

UGLY

54a. Action word:

VERB

55d. Reuben base:

RYE

56d. Mammal that hangs upside down:

BAT

57a. Early programmer, ___ Lovelace:

ADA

58a. Caustic chemical:

LYE

59a. "May It Be" Irish singer:

ENYA

60a. "Star Wars" character Kylo ___:

REN

61a. Junior Navy officer, for short:

ENS

62a. Tune for two:

DUET
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