Crossword Explorer Fiji - Level 1677

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Fiji - Level 1677

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1d. Mexico's ___ California:

BAJA

1a. A relaxing soak, usually with bubbles:

BATH

2d. Sacred chests or boats like Noah's: Plural:

ARKS

3d. Works on the road, applies a thick substance:

TARS

4d. Network that airs shows like "Game of Thrones" and "True Blood":

HBO

5d. A famous religious leader who met with Attila the Hun: 2 wds:

STLEO

5a. Another word for thin:

SLIM

6d. ___ Guzman, star of "How to Make It in America" and "Code Black":

LUIS

7d. Holiday ___, a popular chain of resorts:

INN

8d. Anna ___, an Academy Award winning Italian actress:

MAGNANI

9d. A brotherhood, for short, often found on colleges:

FRAT

9a. To worry over something:

FRET

10d. A musical genre of which Eminem and 50 Cent are a part of:

RAP

11d. The night before Christmas and New Years, for example:

EVE

12d. ___-Mex cuisine:

TEX

13a. The United ___ Emirates:

ARAB

14a. A fish that is popular with Salads and melts:

TUNA

15a. An all-night party, also means to talk wildly:

RAVE

16a. The author of the hugely popular "Harry Potter" series: 3 wds:

JKROWLING

17d. The letter before zee, phonetically:

WYE

18a. The highest point of something, to reach the ___ (rhymes with "latex"):

APEX

19a. Another word for a donkey or mule:

ASS

20a. The opposite of "no":

YES

21a. "Stop ___-picking" (picking at small issues):

NIT

22d. Apple's famous desktop:

IMAC

23d. A long-snouted fish, often found on the Bayou:

GAR

23a. A prefix with both "graphic" and "thermal":

GEO

24d. "___ and soul":

BODY

24a. A comic book sound effect that signifies a collision:

BAM

25d. Knotted, or laced up:

TIED

25a. Another word for 18a:

TOP

26d. Prefix meaning "all", usually attached to "presence" or "scient":

OMNI

27d. What you do with a letter when sending it:

POST

28d. A person from Scotland, for short:

SCOT

28a. A carbonated drink, Coke for one:

SODA

29d. Home of Cleveland:

OHIO

30d. River___, where Archie Andrews is from:

DALE

31d. List price (also known as the recommended retail price): Abbr.:

MSRP

31a. ___ Lisa:

MONA

32a. "According to me" in text shorthand:

IMO

33a. "Oliver Twist" and "Great Expectations" author: 2 wds:

CHARLESDICKENS

34d. "So ___!" (goodbye):

LONG

35d. A descriptive nickname, such as "The Great" for Alexander:

EPITHET

36d. Lock opener:

KEY

37a. A refined resource that is used to cook:

OIL

38a. The Grand Ole ___, Nashville's world-famous weekly concert:

OPRY

39a. To make changes to something:

EDIT

40a. Part of a foot:

TOE

41a. "___ it in the bud":

NIP

42d. The first names of Collins and Dunphy, for example: Plural:

PHILS

42a. To open something, with a crowbar say:

PRY

43d. ___ Tin Tin:

RIN

44d. A massive piece of cloth that powers boats:

SAIL

44a. Short for Sergeant: Abbr:

SGT

45d. In the middle of a crowd, for example:

AMID

45a. Hawaiian yellowfin Tuna:

AHI

46d. What trees do in the wind:

SWAY

46a. "Ready, ___, go!":

SET

47d. Wyatt ___, a famous American cowboy:

EARP

48d. ___ Daly of "Cagney & Lacey":

TYNE

49d. Pop-ups on the computer, or commercials on the TV: Plural:

ADS

49a. A continent that contains India, Japan and China, amongst others:

ASIA

50d. "I ___ what you mean." (also means to lay eyes on):

SEE

51d. Another word for unwell:

ILL

52a. Ernest ___, the author of "The Old Man and the Sea":

HEMINGWAY

53d. ___ Longoria, of "Desperate Housewives" fame:

EVA

54d. "I don't ___ it." (Do not understand):

GET

55a. A place to get sandwiches and subs:

DELI

56a. Good vs ___:

EVIL

57a. Another word for meriting something, "to ___ a buck":

EARN

58a. To put on the market, for money:

SELL

59a. Youngsters, or small amounts: Plural:

TADS

60a. A kind of item, or a genre of music:

TYPE
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