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El Salvador - Level 1638

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1d. Rents, with "out":

LETS

1a. Fronted a team, say:

LED

2d. "___ Almighty" (Steve Carell movie):

EVAN

3d. "It's like ___ vu all over again" (Yogi Berra's famous quote):

DEJA

4d. Non-digital, as technology:

ANALOG

4a. Among the crowd:

AMID

5d. Interjection of boredom:

MEH

6d. Desktop computer with the Apple logo on it:

IMAC

7d. Barbie, for one:

DOLL

8d. Meryl ___, three-time Academy Award-winning actress:

STREEP

8a. ___ in the back (betray someone):

STAB

9d. "A Bridge ___ Far" (Sean Connery film):

TOO

10d. Artist Jean of "Birds in an Aquarium":

ARP

11d. Spelling ___ (academic competition):

BEE

12a. "Killing ___," TV series in which Sandra Oh plays a spy:

EVE

13a. Marlin's son, in a Pixar movie:

NEMO

14a. ___ off (left quickly):

TORE

15a. Ivory-white marble mausoleum in India which was completed in 1653 and is considered one of the best architectural masterpieces of the world: 2 wds.:

TAJMAHAL

16d. Shiny silica mineral:

MICA

17a. At the end of one's ___ (cannot cope anymore):

ROPE

18a. Slug in a shell:

SNAIL

19a. Puzzle solver's help:

CLUE

20d. Strange sci-fi sighting: Abbr.:

UFO

21a. Camper's snoozing spot:

COT

22d. Bound with string:

TIED

23a. Large sumptuous meal:

FEAST

24d. Sailor's "Hello":

AHOY

25d. Bassist Vicious of punk rock:

SID

26d. "Win a Date With ___ Hamilton!" 2004 romantic comedy:

TAD

27d. "For ___ jolly good fellow...": 2 wds.:

HESA

27a. ___, former cathedral and mosque and currently a museum in Turkey, that was built in AD 537 and is famous for its huge dome: 2 wds.:

HAGIASOPHIA

28d. Spanish "year":

ANO

29d. Separate, as laundry:

SORT

30d. American TV network for film lovers: Abbr.:

TMC

30a. Word preceding superhero names, usually:

THE

31d. Ben-___, character from Lew Wallace's 1880 novel:

HUR

32a. GlaxoSmithKline's antacid brand:

ENO

33a. Like the numbers 23, 25, and 27:

ODD

34a. Museum in Paris on the bank of the Seine that houses the largest collection of impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces in the world: 2 wds.:

MUSEEDORSAY

35d. Iconic tower in Paris that has become the global cultural icon of France and is the most-visited paid monument in the world:

EIFFEL

36d. Big ___ (what haughty people tend to have):

EGO

37d. Counterpart of brother:

SISTER

38d. Tooth distress:

ACHE

39a. TV host ___ Ferguson:

CRAIG

40a. Habitual twitch in the face:

TIC

41a. Leg part on which you would stand:

FOOT

42d. Personal viewpoint piece in a newspaper: Hyph.:

OPED

43d. Half of a sextet:

TRIO

44a. The ___, 95-story skyscraper that is the tallest building in the U.K. and the European Union, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano:

SHARD

45d. Ripens, as cheese or wine:

AGES

46d. Emit a stench:

REEK

47d. Pastrami shop:

DELI

48d. Tunnel blaster: Abbr.:

TNT

48a. End-of-the-work-week abbreviation:

TGIF

49d. Actress Scala from "The Guns of Navarone":

GIA

50d. Down with a cold, perhaps:

ILL

51a. Girl receiving patronage:

PROTEGEE

52d. Yoko ___, voice actress in "Isle of Dogs":

ONO

53a. Longest river in Africa:

NILE

54a. "One," in Frankfurt:

EINE

55a. Unagi, in sushi bars:

EEL

56a. Like some skyscrapers:

TALL

57a. Hinged opening to a room:

DOOR

58a. Equipment for a famous wintertime sport:

SKI
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