Crossword Explorer Finland - Level 1137

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Finland - Level 1137

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1d. Color TV pioneer: Abbr.:

RCA

1a. Suite, e.g.:

ROOM

2d. ___ of fashion (no longer in vogue):

OUT

3d. Letters in a classified ad for a used car: Abbr.:

OBO

4d. Black ___ (venomous African snake):

MAMBA

5d. Dog's angry shout:

BARK

5a. Honey-making insect:

BEE

6d. Clear the board:

ERASE

7d. Like a shopping cart with zero items:

EMPTY

8d. One way to address a king:

SIRE

8a. Sailor's distress call: Abbr.:

SOS

9d. Garfield's canine pal:

ODIE

10d. Black layer in a chimney:

SOOT

11a. Country that's home to Havana:

CUBA

12a. Body part that a sleeve is meant for:

ARM

13a. "What can ___ for you?" ("How can I help?"): 2 wds.:

IDO

14a. Smallest particle of an element:

ATOM

15a. 50 Cent's genre:

RAP

16a. South American carnival city:

RIO

17a. ___ Boys, the American band that released the album "Never Gone" after a hiatus of three years:

BACKSTREET

18d. Ashton Kutcher's "___ like Love": 2 wds.:

ALOT

19d. Handle with ___ (words on a box containing eggs):

CARE

20d. Strap used to control a horse:

REIN

21d. Crush boiled potatoes to a pulp, say:

MASH

21a. The youngest-ever Nobel laureate ___ Yousafzai:

MALALA

22d. Rod that connects the wheels:

AXLE

23d. Give a dirty look:

LEER

24a. Needle part meant to hold the thread:

EYE

25a. Tool for chopping wood:

AXE

26a. Sphere:

ORB

27d. Sis's sibling:

BRO

28a. ___ Nublar (fictional island in the "Jurassic Park" series):

ISLA

29d. Kind of fit that's comfortably tight:

SNUG

30d. ___-majesty (crime against the crown):

LESE

31d. Affirmations at sea:

AYES

32a. American band that released the album "No Cities to Love" after a hiatus of nine years: Hyph.:

SLEATERKINNEY

33d. Eve's second son:

ABEL

34d. Journalist Bernard ___ who co-authored "The Last Ambassador":

KALB

35d. "Am ___ loud?": 2 wds.:

ITOO

36a. Oregano or basil:

HERB

37a. Grain in muesli:

OAT

38a. ___ and throw (like some disposable cups):

USE

39a. Mini magical creature from fairy tales:

ELF

40d. Produced in and around a town, say:

LOCAL

41d. Like some warm winter coats:

FURRY

42a. Hunting ___ (temporary house in the woods, say):

LODGES

43d. "Like a Rolling Stone" singer Bob:

DYLAN

44d. Greek salad cheese:

FETA

44a. American band that released the album "Save Rock and Roll" after a hiatus of three years: 3 wds.:

FALLOUTBOY

45d. Matured, like wine:

AGED

46d. Burden:

LOAD

47d. Write a message on your phone:

TYPE

48a. Fragile sense of self that may be massaged by others:

EGO

49a. Justin Timberlake's "___ Me a River":

CRY

50a. Como in Italy or Tahoe in America:

LAKE

51d. Gardner of Hollywood:

AVA

52d. First aid ___ (Useful box for handling a minor medical emergency):

KIT

53d. It was replaced by "Tokyo":

EDO

54a. Matcha, e.g.:

TEA

55a. Abstract artist Jean ___:

ARP

56a. Enthusiastic reader, say:

AVID

57a. ___ insult to injury (make a situation worse):

ADD

58a. Soap ingredient:

LYE

59a. International military alliance: Abbr.:

NATO
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