Crossword Explorer Bulgaria - Level 1560

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Bulgaria - Level 1560

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1d. Limbs used for lifting weights:

ARMS

1a. Grampa Simpson of "The Simpsons":

ABE

2d. One would row it gently down the stream:

BOAT

3d. Cliff's brink:

EDGE

4d. State nicknamed "Gem State":

IDAHO

4a. "___ Always Sunny in Philadelphia" (sitcom starring Charlie Day):

ITS

5d. Prom attires for boys, informally:

TUXES

6d. Part below your knee:

SHIN

7d. Warm and cosy, say in a blanket?:

SNUG

7a. Cry loudly:

SOB

8d. Word with "ball" or "number":

ODD

9d. Farewell word:

BYE

10a. Fishing ___ (reel's partner):

ROD

11a. Exclamation after a stupid question that rhymes with "huh":

DUH

12d. ___ Rice, American gothic writer known for her works like "Interview with The Vampire" and "Pandora":

ANNE

12a. 2016 Wimbledon champion Murray:

ANDY

13a. Vogue or Harper's Bazaar, for short:

MAG

14a. Imaginary line around which the Earth revolves:

AXIS

15d. Brain holder?:

SKULL

16a. Lipstick shade that matches the skin tone:

NUDE

17a. American gothic writer known for his works like "It" and "The Shining" that were adapted into movies: 2 wds.:

STEPHENKING

18d. Flatbread from the Middle East that is often paired with hummus:

PITA

19d. Do-it-yourself furniture retailer:

IKEA

20a. iPhone's platform:

IOS

21a. Guitar's little cousin, for short:

UKE

22d. Sink down, as the sun:

SET

22a. Petty quarrel:

SPAT

23d. Kissing at a park: Abbr.:

PDA

24d. "Give it ____!": 2 wds.:

AGO

25d. "Come one, come ___":

ALL

25a. "A" in IPA:

ALE

26d. Therapist's establishment: Abbr.:

APA

26a. Human Evolution mammal?:

APE

27d. "___ favor" ("please" in Spanish):

POR

28d. Electric slitherer:

EEL

29a. American gothic writer known for his works like "The Raven" and "The Tell-Tale Heart": 3 wds.:

EDGARALLANPOE

30d. Small stream:

RILL

31d. Socially disconnected:

ALOOF

32d. "Right around the corner," say:

NEAR

33a. "Path" of Chinese philosophy:

TAO

34a. Feeling sick:

ILL

35a. ___ Grey tea:

EARL

36d. Downloaded picture file format:

JPEG

36a. A-Rod's belle, affectionately:

JLO

37d. Anya ___, American historical fiction writer known for her gothic novel "Dragonwyck":

SETON

37a. Prefix with "horse" to mean a marine animal:

SEA

38d. Invitation or greeting sent online: Hyph.:

ECARD

39d. Make more efficient, as skills:

HONE

39a. American gothic writer known for his works like "The Shadow Out of Time" and "The Dunwich Horror": 3 wds.:

HPLOVECRAFT

40d. "___, vidi, vici" (Caesar's gloat):

VENI

41d. "To up the ___" (poker phrase):

ANTE

42d. Pick up a sensation:

FEEL

43d. ___ Morrison, American writer known for her use of gothic themes in her acclaimed novel "Beloved":

TONI

44d. "Kick-___" (2010 superhero movie):

ASS

44a. Natural skin soother ___ vera:

ALOE

45d. Bit of fake news, say:

LIE

46a. Greek cheese used in salads:

FETA

47a. Opposite of "paleo":

NEO

48a. What 36a would do at live shows:

SING

49a. "Neither's" partner:

NOR

50a. "___ Things I Hate About You" (1999 rom-com):

TEN

51a. Use one's eyes:

SEE

52a. Delhi's country, for short:

IND

53a. NY Giants' quaterback Manning:

ELI
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