Crossword Explorer Finland - Level 1139

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Finland - Level 1139

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1d. ___ Jaffe, author of the controversial novel "Mazes and Monsters":

RONA

1a. Erase something, with "out":

RUB

2d. Meter or liter:

UNIT

3d. ___ Fleck, a 16-time Grammy Award-winning banjoist:

BELA

4d. Transpire, or come to pass:

OCCUR

4a. "He won against all ___":

ODDS

5d. "Let's ___ thing at a time": 2 wds.:

DOONE

6d. A large, curved roof often seen over stadiums:

DOME

7d. "Platinum is ___ than Gold" (less abundant):

SPARSER

8d. ___ Davis, the actress who portrayed Amanda Waller in "Suicide Squad":

VIOLA

8a. A small container, often containing perfumes or salts:

VIAL

9d. Holiday ___, a popular chain of hotels:

INN

10d. "That doesn't make ___ sense":

ANY

11d. Fish that is a bagel topper:

LOX

12a. Comes before two:

ONE

13a. A chicken's place:

COOP

14a. "I can wait, I'm ___ hurry.": 2 wds.:

INNO

15a. Zero, in soccer:

NIL

16a. An unconscious state:

COMA

17a. Jet black gemstone:

ONYX

18a. "Death ___," a 2010 comedy starring Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence, in which Danny Glover plays Uncle Russell: 3 wds.:

ATAFUNERAL

19d. "___ by me" ("I'm okay with that"):

FINE

20d. Plenty: 2 wds.:

ALOT

21a. Intense anger:

IRE

22a. Guns 'n Roses guitarist who has cameod in movies such such as "Bruno":

SLASH

23d. Found on a cowboy's boot:

SPUR

24d. Boss ___, the antagonist in the 2005 film "The Dukes of Hazzard," portrayed by Burt Reynolds:

HOGG

25d. Opposite of a con, on a list:

PRO

25a. A building ___, such as an architect's blueprint:

PLAN

26d. ___ Loughlin, "Full House" actress:

LORI

27d. Old, like some wines:

AGED

28d. Pecan or Cashew:

NUT

28a. The protagonist of the 1999 film, "The Matrix":

NEO

29a. The total winnings of a round in poker:

POT

30d. "___ quick brown fox...":

THE

31a. Actor who piortrays Danny Glover in the "Lethal Weapon" film series: 2 wds.:

ROGERMURTAUGH

32d. A lion's call:

ROAR

33d. Places where the past is often present:

MUSEUMS

34d. German carmaker with four rings in its logo:

AUDI

35a. Natural resource from which metals are extracted:

ORE

36a. The opposite of "in":

OUT

37a. A sudden desire for something, such as chocolate:

URGE

38a. Outputs of brainstorming:

IDEAS

39d. To improve morally, or give moral guidance:

EDIFY

40d. An odor or scent:

SMELL

40a. In a blue state:

SAD

41d. See eye to eye or share the same opinion:

AGREE

42a. A 2006 musical starring Jamie Foxx and Beyonce, in which Danny Glover plays a talent manager, Marty Madison:

DREAMGIRLS

43d. Continent containing India and China:

ASIA

44d. "Kindly let us know," on invites: Abbr.:

RSVP

45d. A Hawaiian party:

LUAU

46d. Status of an email that has been mailed:

SENT

47d. "On the ___" (precisely):

DOT

47a. A place where you can buy sandwiches:

DELI

48d. "The Book of ___," a 2010 film starring Denzel Washington:

ELI

49d. A young man, in Scotland:

LAD

50a. ___-friendly, something that is simple to operate:

USER

51a. To take someone to court:

SUE

52a. Count ___, the primary antagonist portrayed by Jim Carrey in the 2004 film "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events":

OLAF

53a. Wide margin:

MILE

54a. The Scooby gang's "Mystery Machine," for example:

VAN

55a. "Neat and ___":

TIDY

56a. Time for a bargain:

SALE

57a. "Stay ___!" (don't move):

PUT
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