Crossword Explorer Cambodia - Level 381

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Cambodia - Level 381

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1d. A massive primate:

APE

1a. What is left after a fire:

ASH

2d. A pouch that animals and plants have:

SAC

3d. "___? What was that?" (A sound of confusion):

HUH

4d. ___ Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister on "Game of Thrones":

LENA

4a. "Dexter's ___" a popular cartoon about a child genius:

LAB

5d. An insurance giant who is named after a volcano:

AETNA

6d. Wide, sweeping, as a statement (rhymes with "fraud"):

BROAD

7d. A sudden inspiration, often portrayed by a lightbulb in cartoons and comics:

IDEA

7a. Holiday ___, a popular chain of hotels and resorts:

INN

8d. "It soon became the ___" (the standard or expected way):

NORM

9d. The organizer of athletic programs of colleges and universities: Abbr:

NCAA

10a. ___ Walker, "Fast and the Furious" star who passed away in a car crash:

PAUL

11d. The part of your ear that is most commonly pierced:

LOBE

12d. The kind of lotion you put on to avoid sunburn and get a 25a:

SUNTAN

12a. A soothsayer or clairvoyant, one who gazes into a crystal ball (rhymes with "leer"):

SEER

13a. "What's up, ___?" (Bugs Bunny's catchphrase):

DOC

14a. When sound bounces back, like one's voice against a wall:

ECHO

15a. "Do ___ others as you would have them do ___ you":

UNTO

16a. "The end of an ___" ( a significant historical period of time):

ERA

17a. A popular girl group who sang the hit song "Venus":

BANANARAMA

18d. Prefix which usually appears before "biotic" and "ageing":

ANTI

19d. Eli ___ and David Lee ___, a hollywood director and Van Halen vocalist:

ROTH

20d. "He hit the mother___!" (hit the jackpot):

LODE

20a. To regret something deeply or feel sorry for something:

LAMENT

21d. "Cain and ___," a biblical story of two brothers:

ABEL

22d. "Hit and ___" (erratic, or unsure):

MISS

23a. "Much ___ about nothing":

ADO

24a. ___ Wan Kenobi, instructor turned nemesis of Anakin Skywalker:

OBI

25a. What you get if you sit in the sun:

TAN

26d. A manhattan-based paper: Abbr:

NYT

27a. ___ Rossi, of "Sons of Anarchy" and "Luke Cage" fame:

THEO

28d. To employ someone:

HIRE

29d. ___ Musk, Tesla and SpaceX founder:

ELON

30d. "What are the ___ of that happening!" (What are the chances):

ODDS

31a. Girl group who sang "Survivor," with whom Beyonce started her career: 2 wds:

DESTINYSCHILD

32d. A soft mineral used in baby powder:

TALC

33d. Posts a photo on Instagram or Facebook, say:

SHARES

34d. A prison ___, room for a convict:

CELL

35a. Queen ___, sister of Anna from "Frozen":

ELSA

36a. "___ end." (Seen at the end of cartoons or films):

THE

37a. Fisherman's ___, a long pole used by fishermen:

ROD

38a. A caustic agent used to clean ovens:

LYE

39d. Candles on a cake symbolize these:

YEARS

40d. A white heron, often found in the wetlands or near marshes:

EGRET

41a. Extraterrestrials: Plural:

ALIENS

42d. The ___ of Capri:

ISLE

43d. "___ it!" (Cut it out):

STOP

43a. A hugely popular girl group who were responsible for the hit songs "Wannabe" and "2 Become 1":

SPICEGIRLS

44d. A partridge's tree in a Christmas song, or a distinctively shaped fruit:

PEAR

45d. What you would find in a FAQ, for short:

INFO

46d. A 200-lap race, the ___ 500:

INDY

47a. The first double digit number:

TEN

48a. Thomas ___, an English composer known for the song "Rule, Britannia":

ARNE

49a. ___ Lane, Superman's love interest:

LOIS

50d. Over-exaggerated, in text speak: Abbr:

OTT

51d. The rock in "on the rocks":

ICE

52d. Opposite of "he":

SHE

53a. A clumsy fool:

OAF

54a. The Cincinnati ___, Ohio's famous baseball team:

REDS

55a. To carve something in stone, or on a tree:

ETCH

56a. Positive when compared to a con on a list:

PRO

57a. A place where pigs live:

STY

58a. Shirt that might have a crew neck, informally:

TEE
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