Crossword Explorer Fiji - Level 1690

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Fiji - Level 1690

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1d. Backdrops in a movie scene:

SETS

1a. Travel over snow on long and narrow pieces of wood:

SKI

2d. "Tie the ___" (marry):

KNOT

3d. "I had no ___" (no clue):

IDEA

4d. Japanese fish rolls which are dipped in Wasabi:

SUSHI

4a. Hop, ___ and jump:

SKIP

5d. Work with dough to prep it:

KNEAD

6d. Component on a list:

ITEM

7d. Keeper of peas?:

POD

8d. Word used to apologize to someone:

SORRY

8a. Canvas for a tattoo, that's also the largest organ:

SKIN

9d. Part of a leg which is often scraped:

KNEE

10d. "___ do it!" (words of self-confidence): 2 wds.:

ICAN

11d. A geeky type who may be good with gadgets:

NERD

12a. Terminate or conclude:

END

13a. "Do ___ others ...":

UNTO

14a. How many times Leonardo DiCaprio has won an Oscar?:

ONCE

15a. Any of the five digits on a human foot:

TOE

16a. Tournament ranking in tennis:

SEED

17a. Back part of something:

REAR

18a. Jason ___, English action star famous for "Transporter" who is part of "The Expendables" franchise:

STATHAM

19d. Equipment used to catch a mouse, often seen in "Tom And Jerry":

TRAP

20d. Barber Sweeney, played by Johnny Depp:

TODD

20a. Current rage in fashion:

TREND

21a. "Get ___ of" (throw away):

RID

22d. Legally prohibit:

BAN

22a. Male child:

BOY

23d. Handheld organizer like a Blackberry: Abbr.:

PDA

23a. Request made in an urgent manner:

PLEA

24d. Throw a ball high in the air:

LOB

25d. Ernie ___, golfer from South Africa:

ELS

26d. "Come again?" (expression when you are not following something):

HUH

26a. "Old MacDonald ___ a Farm":

HAD

27d. "You ___ my sunshine":

ARE

27a. Painting at a gallery, say:

ART

28d. Umpire in a game, for short:

REF

29d. Explosive used in demolition of buildings: Abbr.:

TNT

30a. Swedish action star famous for "Rocky IV" who is part of "The Expendables" franchise: 2 wds.:

DOLPHLUNDGREN

31d. Time period which has 60 minutes:

HOUR

32d. Chop off a branch:

LOP

33d. Excessive and abundant supply of something:

GLUT

34a. Tummy muscles, for short:

ABS

35a. "___ la la!" Britney Spears song from "Smurfs 2":

OOH

36a. Direction that is opposite of right:

LEFT

37d. Bass's relative:

CELLO

37a. Companion of saucer:

CUP

38d. Dirties a cloth by getting mud on it:

SOILS

38a. ___ Sutcliffe, the original bass guitarist of Beatles, lovingly:

STU

39d. Melodies which characterize a song:

TUNES

40d. Mud vessels in which you may grow a plant:

POTS

40a. It is measured in kilowatts:

POWER

41d. Cookie used in McFlurry:

OREO

42d. "Another Brick in the ___," the Pink Floyd hit:

WALL

43d. Home for a pet bird:

CAGE

43a. Randy ___, former US Army sergeant and UFC champion who is part of "The Expendables" franchise:

COUTURE

44d. State of the Zion National Park:

UTAH

45d. Make over completely, from scratch:

REDO

46d. It is always right on a map:

EAST

47a. Hygiene related to the mouth:

ORAL

48d. One who gave birth to you:

MOM

48a. Most important and vital:

MAIN

49a. Brew which is an alternative to coffee:

TEA

50a. Children's educational magazine "___ Me Why?":

TELL

51a. Stare at inappropriately:

OGLE

52a. Television commercials, for short:

ADS

53a. Captain of Millennium Falcon, Han ___:

SOLO

54a. Untidy state of things, usually in a bachelor's room:

MESS

55a. Opposite of cold:

HOT
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