Crossword Explorer Belarus - Level 886

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Belarus - Level 886

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1d. The one ___ got away:

THAT

1a. Small child or toddler:

TOT

2d. Reaction to a pinch:

OUCH

3d. "You," in the Bible:

THEE

4d. "Go Down, ___," 1942 novel by William Faulkner that encompasses seven related pieces of short fiction:

MOSES

4a. ___ Zedong, Chinese leader:

MAO

5d. Anticipate, as good news:

AWAIT

6d. Currently playing, as a sitcom: 2 wds.:

ONTV

7d. Collection of students:

CLASS

7a. Yellow taxis:

CABS

8d. "Ooh and ___":

AAH

9d. Sister's male sibling, for short:

BRO

10d. Coldplay's "A ___ Full of Stars":

SKY

11a. "What did you say?" expression:

HUH

12a. "At your ___ risk":

OWN

13a. "Are you an owl or a ___?" (morning person):

LARK

14a. Quickest tennis point:

ACE

15a. Settled on the sofa:

SAT

16a. Chips ___! (cookie brand):

AHOY

17a. "___: A Reminiscence," the last novel by William Faulkner that won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction: 2 wds.:

THEREIVERS

18d. Bring up, as children:

REAR

19d. Linda ___, from Broadway's "Jekyll & Hyde":

EDER

20d. Joe ___, three-time MLB all-star outfielder of the 1960s:

RUDI

21a. N.Y. minutes: Abbr.:

EST

22a. Twilight states:

DUSKS

23d. Kit ___ (chocolate bars):

KATS

24d. Artsy Manhattan neighborhood, for short:

SOHO

25d. Jar cover:

LID

25a. ___ Kudrow, actress who played Phoebe from "Friends":

LISA

26d. ___ to one's neck (extremely busy): 2 wds.:

INUP

27d. Mix with a spoon:

STIR

28d. Director Anderson of "Isle of Dogs":

WES

28a. Tie the knot:

WED

29a. "Just fine," at NASA: Hyph.:

AOK

30d. Barbie's beau:

KEN

31a. "___ Dust," 1948 novel by William Faulkner that was adapted into a movie by Clarence Brown: 3 wds.:

INTRUDERINTHE

32d. "We're in trouble!": Hyph.:

UHOH

33d. Take a risk:

DARE

34d. Short snoozes:

NAPS

35a. Drinker's road offense: Abbr.:

DUI

36a. "Every cloud ___ a silver lining":

HAS

37a. "Been ___" (Nirvana song): 2 wds.:

ASON

38a. Before, with "to":

PRIOR

39d. Home of the Leaning Tower of Pisa:

ITALY

40d. Men and boys:

MALES

40a. Cartographer's drawing:

MAP

41d. Leg-foot connector which can be twisted:

ANKLE

42a. 1959 novel by William Faulkner that is the last of the trilogy on the Snopes family: 2 wds.:

THEMANSION

43d. ___ mortals (average human beings):

MERE

44d. Suffixes with "organ" and "critic":

ISMS

45d. "___-Dokie!":

OKIE

46d. Opposite of naughty, to Santa:

NICE

47d. "___ Lay Dying," 1930 novel by William Faulkner, the title of which is derived from Homer's "Odyssey": 2 wds.:

ASI

47a. "Into the Blue" actress Jessica:

ALBA

48d. Call ___ (phone records):

LOG

49d. Small insect, like an ant:

BUG

50a. Large deer:

ELK

51a. Glide on snow:

SKI

52a. "Hey, ___ Sister" (Train's hit):

SOUL

53a. Family member, for short:

REL

54a. ___ drop (end of speech gesture):

MIC

55a. Rapper Azalea with the hit "Fancy":

IGGY

56a. Suffix for "Japan"or "Vietnam":

ESE

57a. "Monkey ___, monkey do":

SEE
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