Crossword Explorer Belarus - Level 880

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Belarus - Level 880

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1d. Taxpayer's ID: Abbr.:

SSN

1a. Hit a pesky fly, say:

SWAT

2d. Early hours:

WEE

3d. Off-road transport: Abbr.:

ATV

4d. "The Big Bang ___," series in which 45a made an appearance as himself in the episode "The Comet Polarization":

THEORY

5d. Acronym for the art-gallery district in Lower Manhattan:

SOHO

5a. Couch potato's location:

SOFA

6d. Back to square ___:

ONE

7d. Way off:

FAR

8d. Spiny cactus bump:

AREOLE

9d. Like cake or candy:

SWEET

9a. Students in their final year: Abbr.:

SRS

10d. Speckled horse:

ROAN

11d. Locations where films are shot:

SETS

12a. Actor Rogen from "Freaks and Geeks":

SETH

13d. Popeye's ___ Pea:

SWEE

13a. Acronym for an underwater navigation device:

SONAR

14a. Unbearable sorrow:

WOE

15a. Television series which is set in a magical realm called "London Below" and was later adapted into a novel by 45a:

NEVERWHERE

16d. Trans-Siberian and others: Abbr.:

RRS

17a. "All you can ___" (buffet sign):

EAT

18a. Twistable cookie:

OREO

19a. Black cats and comets, stereotypically:

OMENS

20d. Largest art museum in the United States, colloquially:

MET

21d. Company head: Abbr.:

CEO

21a. Golf ___ (golfer's venue):

COURSE

22d. Kayaking need:

OAR

23d. "In ___" (lavatory sign):

USE

24d. ROTC relative: Abbr.:

OCS

24a. Young hooter in a barn:

OWLET

25d. "Doctor ___," television series for which 45a wrote the episodes "The Doctor's Wife" and "Nightmare in Silver":

WHO

26a. Not at all difficult:

EASY

27a. Guitarist Atkins nicknamed "Mr. Guitar":

CHET

28a. Metal source:

ORE

29d. Under ___ (below average):

PAR

29a. El ___, Texas:

PASO

30d. "Entourage" agent ___ Gold:

ARI

31d. "Much ___ About Nothing":

ADO

31a. Rope-a-dope inventor Muhammad ___:

ALI

32d. Jar cover:

LID

33d. "For what ___ worth...":

ITS

34d. Dallas school that's home to the Mustangs: Abbr.:

SMU

34a. Little follower in "Twinkle, twinkle"?:

STAR

35d. Truly tiny bit, informally:

TEENSY

36d. Self-centered sort:

EGOIST

36a. Polish a copy:

EDIT

37d. Famous Greek fable writer:

AESOP

37a. Television series based on 45a's novel which is about Shadow Moon, a former convict and Mr. Wednesday, a con artist: 2 wds.:

AMERICANGODS

38d. Give birth to a mooing mammal:

CALVE

39d. Kelp or seaweed:

ALGA

40d. Code-breaking organization: Abbr.:

NSA

41d. Give up:

QUIT

41a. Waiting line at a cafe, say:

QUEUE

42d. Hairstyle for a formal occasion:

UPDO

43a. Part of "A.K.A":

ALSO

44a. Grown-___ (adults):

UPS

45a. English author and screenwriter whose work "The Graveyard Book" won him the Newbery and Carnegie medals: 2 wds.:

NEILGAIMAN

46d. Last letters in "Old MacDonald Had a Farm":

EIO

47d. Of that ___ (type):

ILK

48d. Damage the surface of a car, say:

MAR

49d. Ginger ___:

ALE

50d. Formerly known as:

NEE

51a. "What would ___ without you.": 2 wds.:

IDO

52a. "Fiorello!" actor Howard Da ___:

SILVA

53a. Retail event at the end of a season:

SALE

54a. Opposite of bottom:

TOP

55a. Oxen restraint:

YOKE

56a. Fir or oak, e.g.:

TREE
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