Crossword Explorer France - Level 421

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France - Level 421

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1d. The first "D" in HDD:

DISC

1a. Patriarchs:

DADS

2d. Eve's shepherd boy:

ABEL

3d. Pastrami purveyor:

DELI

4d. Postal requirement:

STAMP

5d. Word in more than 5,000 U.S. street names:

ELM

5a. Sheep partners:

EWES

6d. Activity upon a shooting star:

WISH

7d. Actor Zimbalist from "77 Sunset Trip":

EFREM

8d. Old photo tint:

SEPIA

9d. Payment option for when you have forgotten your cheques or cards:

CASH

9a. Pigeon cry:

COO

10d. Moonfish:

OPAH

11d. "The flying man" Lilienthal:

OTTO

12a. "Yeah, right!": 2 wds.:

IBET

13a. It goes on:

LIFE

14a. Properly fit:

APT

15a. Actress Ward from "Independence Day: Resurgence":

SELA

16a. The price that retailers want you to pay: Abbr.:

MSRP

17a. Did nothing:

SAT

18a. Head towards the peak:

CLIMB

19d. Actor Billy from "The Lord of the Rings":

BOYD

20a. Catchy song from Disney's 1937 film "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", sung by the dwarves as they work at a mine: Hyph.:

HEIGHHO

21d. Got on in years:

GREW

22a. Flower holder:

POT

23d. Drink that may need a bag:

TEA

24a. Mutilate:

MAR

25d. Developers of Watson, an intelligent question answering tool: Abbr.:

IBM

25a. A bachelor's last words: 2 wds.:

IDO

26d. Like Sherlock and Watson:

DUO

27d. Motor need:

OIL

28a. Apt anagram of "aye":

YEA

29d. "Shoot!":

ASK

30a. Stone of "The Amazing Spider-Man":

EMMA

31d. "Tasty!":

MMM

32d. "The Duff" star Whitman:

MAE

33d. "Life of Pi" director Lee:

ANG

34a. "Do You Want to ___", catchy song from "Frozen" that is the second most best-selling Christmas/holiday single: 3 wds.:

BUILDASNOWMAN

35d. Jeansmaker Strauss:

LEVI

36d. Little bite:

NIP

37d. Change for a five, say:

ONES

38a. Term for a double agent:

MOLE

39a. "Next of" partner:

KIN

40a. Character voiced by Mila Kunis in "Family Guy":

MEG

41a. "Through", in an itinerary:

VIA

42d. "You could tell that ___ going to rain": 2 wds.:

ITWAS

43d. FBI operative:

AGENT

44a. Pod veggie:

PEA

45d. Word with "per", in budget calculations:

ANNUM

46d. Praise:

LAUD

46a. Song from "Frozen", which won a Grammy and an Academy Award: 3 wds.:

LETITGO

47d. Doesn't require much effort:

EASY

48d. The old "you":

THEE

49d. Aware of, as one's plans:

ONTO

50a. Potions professor at Hogwarts:

SNAPE

51d. Teenage face problem:

ACNE

52d. Lineman's protectors:

PADS

53d. Cupid's Greek counterpart:

EROS

54a. "Now I get it!":

AAH

55a. Headed out, as for some shopping:

WENT

56d. Suggestion:

TIP

57a. Tenn. neighbor:

NCAR

58a. Bring about a bit of wear and tear:

USE

59a. The "against" prefix:

ANTI

60a. People go back in time to do this:

UNDO

61a. Something for your hair:

DYE

62a. Sign in-front of gates:

STOP

63a. Hotchpotch:

MESS
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