Crossword Explorer Bolivia - Level 1629

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Bolivia - Level 1629

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1d. To down a beer quickly:

CHUG

1a. An outdated form of carrying music (shiny circular objects): Plural:

CDS

2d. Willem ___, who played the Green Goblin in "Spiderman":

DAFOE

3d. "I didn't think you would ___ so low!":

STOOP

4d. What you would use to find hidden treasure:

MAP

4a. What you would call your mother:

MOM

5d. ___ and Anthony, a popular radio show duo:

OPIE

6d. A road safety organisation: Abbr.:

MADD

7d. ___ Hannah, who featured in "Blade Runner" and "Kill Bill":

DARYL

7a. ___ Barrymore, star of "Charlie's Angels":

DREW

8d. Captain Jack Sparrow's favourite drink:

RUM

9d. "The end of an ___":

ERA

10d. The second name of Kenobi, from "Star Wars":

WAN

11a. Something you wear on your head:

HAT

12d. Alfred Hitchcock's most famous film:

PSYCHO

12a. ___ Roach, a famous artist (another word for "dad"):

PAPA

13a. A glow that surrounds a person (rhymes with "Laura"):

AURA

14a. An extraterrestrial's vehicle:

UFO

15a. Marvel superhero who can shoot webs from his hands:

SPIDERMAN

16d. Some say it came before the Chicken:

EGG

17a. Beloved Disney character who is known for being clumsy and dimwitted:

GOOFY

18d. A book store section, a genre: Abbr.:

FICT

19a. Another word for "out there" or "pushing the envelope":

EDGY

20a. Amazing or brilliant, "Tonight is going to be ___!":

EPIC

21a. To give someone a long, disapproving look (rhymes with "snare"):

GLARE

22d. ___ Taylor, a popular clothing retailer:

ANN

23d. A dishcloth or piece of cloth used to clean things:

RAG

24d. A female sheep:

EWE

25a. To scold or reprimand someone (rhymes with "bride"):

CHIDE

26d. To provoke someone or irritate them:

IRK

27d. ISP alternative, the initials for Broadband: Abbr.:

DSL

28d. The amount of waiting you have to do until a flight lands: Abbr.:

ETA

29a. How a hillbilly would say "no":

NAW

30d. A gently applied amount, as with makeup:

DAB

30a. Marvel superhero who was played by Benedict Cumberbatch in the titular 2016 film: 2 wds.:

DOCTORSTRANGE

31d. When you need to pay someone back, you ___ them:

OWE

32d. One frame of an animation, a still:

CEL

33d. The material that an eraser or a tire are made from:

RUBBER

34d. The continent which contains India and China:

ASIA

35a. "Shock and ___" (to be amazed by something):

AWE

36a. The middle child Baudelaire in "A Series of Unfortunate Events":

KLAUS

37a. ___ Swan, the main character in the "Twilight" series:

BELLA

38d. A cat has nine of these: Plural:

LIVES

39d. King Kong was one:

APE

40a. Life stories, for short: Plural:

BIOS

41d. A mammal that swims, is found near rivers and has sleek fur:

OTTER

42d. To frighten someone:

SCARE

43a. A popular tablet made by Apple:

IPAD

44d. Dark ___ (something Voldemort practiced in the "Harry Potter" series):

ARTS

45d. What you go on to lose weight:

DIET

46a. A cookie baker's quantity, a group of things:

BATCH

47d. Weeded a garden, or broke up some clods:

HOED

48d. "___! That's Amazing!" (rhymes with "cow"):

WOW

48a. Marvel superhero who was played by Hugh Jackman:

WOLVERINE

49d. The first name of Kenobi, from "Star Wars":

OBI

50d. What you would make a raft out of:

LOG

51d. "Yay or ___?":

NAY

52a. A cosmic and spiritual principle which is popular in the East:

TAO

53a. A wind instrument (rhymes with "hobo"):

OBOE

54a. To rip something, such as a phonebook:

TEAR

55a. "Prior to," as used poetically:

ERE

56a. Things bald people might wear on their heads: Plural:

WIGS

57a. A pig lives here:

STY

58a. One of the primary colors:

RED
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