Crossword Explorer Colombia - Level 1188

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Colombia - Level 1188

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1d. Exclamation with a head slap:

DOH

1a. Facts and figures on a spreadsheet:

DATA

2d. Asia's ___ Darya River (historically known as Oxus):

AMU

3d. Alexander Graham Bell invented it, for short:

TEL

4d. Leg-foot connector which can be sprained:

ANKLE

5d. Validate a will:

PROBATE

5a. Previous time of life which is also one of the tenses:

PAST

6d. Month after July, named after Caesar, for short:

AUG

7d. Murdered violently, say:

SLAIN

8d. What campers need for shelter:

TENTS

9d. Prefix for "one tenth" that can go with meter and liter:

DECI

9a. Use a shovel to loosen the earth:

DIG

10d. "If ___ the Zoo" (book by Dr. Seuss): 2 wds.:

IRAN

11d. Stare stupidly or ogle:

GAWK

12a. Forewarning of evil:

OMEN

13a. What kings do while they sit on the throne:

RULE

14a. Slice of history:

ERA

15a. Retired professional wrestler and twelve-time world champion who starred in 1993 family comedy, "Mr. Nanny" as Sean Armstrong: 2 wds.:

HULKHOGAN

16d. Place of safety, for a refugee, maybe:

HAVEN

17a. Cry of a crow or raven:

CAW

18a. Chemist may find a solution in this place, for short:

LAB

19a. "___, therefore..." (philosophical proposition by Descartes): 2 wds.:

ITHINK

20d. "Private Benjamin" actress, Goldie ___:

HAWN

21d. Part of CNN which is also a part of your Facebook feed:

NEWS

21a. "New" in Madrid:

NUEVA

22d. Salt Lake City's state?:

UTAH

23a. US intelligence and code-breaking org.: Abbr.:

NSA

24d. Kissing in a crowd, say: Abbr.:

PDA

24a. "___ Sematary," adapted horror film of 1989 of a novel of the same name by Stephen King:

PET

25a. Time shared by a pilot: Abbr.:

ETA

26d. Steely Dan's first Platinum album:

AJA

27a. "I'm at my ___ end" (worried):

WITS

28d. "Woe ___" (ironic exclamation of sorrow): 2 wds.:

ISME

29d. Your feet have ten of them:

TOES

30d. America's late night television variety show: Abbr.:

SNL

31a. Eight-time WWE/WWF champion popularly known as "The Rock" who starred in "Baywatch": 2 wds.:

DWAYNEJOHNSON

32d. Informal affirmatives:

YEPS

33d. Salts fatty acids found in some vegetables and oils:

OLEATES

34d. "Brokeback Mountain" actor, Ledger:

HEATH

35a. Former professional tennis player, Arthur:

ASHE

36a. Brewed beer:

ALE

37a. "The Producers" director, Brooks:

MEL

38a. "President's cup" organizer, ___ Tour: Abbr.:

PGA

39d. Sci-fi film based on a toy franchise, "___: The Rise of Cobra": 3 wds.:

GIJOE

40d. Excuse to avert blame:

ALIBI

41a. Relieves or lightens, say:

EASES

42d. South Korea's capital:

SEOUL

43d. New York Giants or Dallas Cowboys, e.g.:

TEAM

43a. Throat part which can get sore because of flu:

TONSIL

44d. What ladies' finger is alternately known as:

OKRA

45d. Not very far:

NEAR

46a. Consumed food, say:

ATE

47a. Barely manage, with "out":

EKE

48a. "Greatest athlete" and sporting legend who starred in "Treachery Rides the Range" as Chief Red Smoke: 2 wds.:

JIMTHORPE

49d. Day before Tuesday, for short:

MON

50d. Tiny genetic messenger: Abbr.:

RNA

51d. Dog with a wrinkly face:

PUG

52d. Letters on an ambulance: Abbr.:

EMS

53a. Altar constellation:

ARA

54a. One of the woodwind instruments:

OBOE

55a. E pluribus ___ (out of many, one), traditional motto of US:

UNUM

56a. Month after the shortest month, for short:

MAR

57a. "One" in Germany?:

EINS

58a. Isn't up to date or falls behind, say:

LAGS
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