Crossword Explorer Cuba - Level 1203

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1d. Sticky or slimy stuff:

GOO

1a. Stare stupidly:

GAWK

2d. Limb with biceps:

ARM

3d. Not strong:

WEAK

4d. M*A*S*H setting:

KOREA

5d. Painful response to a punch, maybe:

OUCH

5a. Opposite of on, also a switch setting:

OFF

6d. Home key of the English horn: 2 wds.:

FMAJ

7d. Not domesticated, like a wild beast:

FERAL

8d. Showy flower named after the Greek Goddess of rainbow:

IRIS

8a. Lady Gaga's "___ Never Love Again":

ILL

9d. Prom night rental, for short:

LIMO

10d. Simpleton or a stupid person:

LOON

11a. Chocolate sandwich cookie:

OREO

12d. Sailor's measure of depth:

FATHOM

12a. Expressed extreme anger:

FUMED

13d. Prefix with meter which means one tenth:

DECI

14a. ___ De Janeiro:

RIO

15a. World hurdling champion from Jamaica, ___ McLeod:

OMAR

16a. "Without ___ in the world" (without worrying): 2 wds.:

ACARE

17a. "If you ask me...," in text speak:

IMO

18a. Sports commentator known for his distinctive voice and career with ABC Sports who is best known for his coverage of college football: 2 wds.:

KEITHJACKSON

19d. "What time ___": 2 wds.:

ISIT

20d. Carter Horton of "Final Destination," ___ Smith:

KERR

21a. Cigar remains:

ASH

22a. Bit of fake news, say:

LIE

23d. Celestial entity in observable universe, for short:

OBJ

23a. Baseball's Mel ___:

OTT

24d. "Impractical Jokers" network, ___TV:

TRU

25d. ___ Talks, organization with the slogan "Ideas Worth Spreading":

TED

26a. Very small amount:

IOTA

27d. Bathing container:

TUB

28d. The deaf community may use this to communicate: Abbr.:

ASL

29a. Sun's ascend in the east:

RISE

30d. Supermarket giant with headquarters in Chicago: Abbr.:

IGA

31d. ___ urchin:

SEA

32d. Bygone, notable time period:

ERA

33a. Sports commentator who was one the members of "The NFL Today" and is known for coining the phrase "March Madness": 2 wds.:

BRENTMUSBURGER

34d. Grammar part that may be proper or common:

NOUN

35d. "Help yourself" meal arrangement:

BUFFET

36d. Violinist Camilla ___:

URSO

37a. Karate kin also categorized as modern martial art:

JUDO

38a. Hazy memory:

BLUR

39a. Battery size of a remote, maybe:

AAA

40a. "Kill Bill" actress Thurman:

UMA

41d. Business school subject, for short:

MKTG

42d. Nimble and light-footed, like a dancer:

AGILE

43a. Institution represented by the Seminoles football team: Abbr.:

FSU

44d. Antonym for rural:

URBAN

45d. What bird wings can do:

FLAP

45a. Sports commentator and former halfback for "New York Giants" who is known for his work on ABC's "Monday Night Football": 2 wds.:

FRANKGIFFORD

46d. Make an effort all over again:

REDO

47d. Tiny particle:

ATOM

48d. "Young Frankenstein" helper:

IGOR

49d. Hand grenade, slangily:

FRAG

50d. "Rope-a-___" (Ali boxing style):

DOPE

51a. The Chainsmokers' "Don't ___ Me Down":

LET

52a. Big striped cat species to a Spaniard:

TIGRE

53a. ___-chic (hippielike fashion style):

BOHO

54d. The Beatles, "I Saw ___ Standing There":

HER

55d. Peculiar one in a group, say:

ODD

56a. Much hubbub about nothing:

ADO

57a. Brag obnoxiously:

GLOAT

58a. Imitated like the chest beater:

APED

59a. Company that sells eponymous brand of beverage which has a distinctive bottle:

POM

60a. Unit of work that is a fraction of joule, for short:

ERG

61a. Geeky sort:

NERD
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