Crossword Explorer Cambodia - Level 387

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Cambodia - Level 387

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1d. Pouch-like structure:

SAC

1a. The Titanic, for one:

SHIP

2d. Question from someone sleepy:

HUH

3d. Retirement stash: Abbr.:

IRA

4d. "Meet the ___" (De Niro film):

PARENTS

5d. Wrap for leftovers:

FOIL

5a. Nowhere close:

FAR

6d. ___-inspiring (mind blowing):

AWE

7d. Sales agent, for short:

REP

8d. Like clothes heading to the laundry:

DIRTY

8a. The "D" of D.J.:

DISC

9d. Signs, as a deal:

INKS

10d. Limb, to a plant:

STEM

11d. The innermost part of the Earth:

CORE

12a. Radiant glow, synonymous with "Halo":

AURA

13a. "To what do I ___ the pleasure?":

OWE

14a. Enthusiastic about something:

INTO

15a. Legendary Grammy Award-winning jazz saxophonist, who co-invented the music style called bop or bebop: 2 wds.:

CHARLIEPARKER

16d. King in a Shakespearean tragedy:

LEAR

17d. It gets thinner as you go up:

AIR

18a. "Shocking" fish:

EEL

19a. General reply to "Who is it?": 2 wds.:

ITSME

20d. Wile E. Coyote's choice of brand:

ACME

20a. Where two gladiators may face off:

ARENA

21d. Knight's neighbor, on a chessboard:

ROOK

22d. Alternatively:

ELSE

23d. "Grrr!" from a watchdog:

SNARL

23a. Nimble-footed though old:

SPRY

24d. "No need to be ___, miss" (Cheeky):

PERT

25a. John, one of the greatest saxophone players in history, who was the tenor saxophonist on the historic album "Kind of Blue":

COLTRANE

26d. Barely open, like some doors:

AJAR

27d. Prom partner:

DATE

27a. Verizon broadband service: Abbr.:

DSL

28d. Run-down area in need of aid:

SLUM

29d. Weak, as excuses go:

LAME

30a. A rolling stone gathers none, proverbially:

MOSS

31a. It may contain cookies:

JAR

32d. Garfield's favorite pasta dish:

LASAGNA

32a. "In ___ land" (Unaware of surroundings): Hyph.:

LALA

33a. Just get by, with "out":

EKE

34a. Arthur, a blind 20th century jazz pianist, who was honored with a posthumous Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1989: 2 wds.:

ARTTATUM

35d. Chance for a player to play, in a game:

TURN

36d. Having no criminal record:

CLEAN

36a. Spiral lock of hair:

CURL

37d. Consume:

USE

38a. Trash can's plea: 2 wds.:

USEME

39d. Eureka moment:

IDEA

39a. Celebrities, to fans:

IDOLS

40d. Yawn-inducing:

DULL

41d. Neighbor of Texas: Abbr.:

OKLA

42d. Tour de France ride:

BIKE

42a. Tan line causing garment:

BRA

43a. Edward, an American pianist and bandleader, whose last words were "Music is how I live, why I live, and how I will be remembered": 2 wds.:

DUKEELLINGTON

44d. Cleaning agent:

LYE

45d. Assemble, as bricks:

LAY

46d. Bubble bath site:

TUB

47d. Poetic praise:

ODE

48d. "Nothin' but ___":

NET

49a. Jazz legend Fitzgerald:

ELLA

50a. Long-haired Tibetan ox:

YAK

51a. Bare, as subjects of many artworks:

NUDE

52a. One of the men on "Two and a Half Men":

ALAN

53a. Look over:

EYE

54a. Assist in a crime:

ABET
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