Crossword Explorer France - Level 425

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1d. "To cut a ___ story short...":

LONG

1a. Tibetan priest, The Dalai ___:

LAMA

2d. Swear:

AVOW

3d. Inhabitant of ancient Media in Persia:

MEDE

4d. Where gladiators went to face off:

ARENA

5d. Easily broken, as glass:

BRITTLE

5a. The amount of "thump" from a speaker:

BASS

6d. "Million" or "Trillion" suffix:

AIRE

7d. "Star Trek" genre: Hyph.:

SCIFI

8d. "The ending of the movie was __, I cried": 2 wds.:

SOSAD

9d. Sandwich seller:

DELI

9a. Male parent, fondly:

DAD

10d. A person's lifetime, in terms of years:

AGE

11d. Symbol in a web address:

DOT

12a. Done (with):

OVER

13a. Puerto ___, unincorporated territory of the U.S.A.:

RICO

14a. Sense of self, in Freudian terms:

EGO

15a. Lymph ___:

NODE

16a. Colored part of the eye:

IRIS

17a. "Live and ___ Die":

LET

18a. Former female lead vocalist of the band No Doubt, which was known for its hit singles "Don't Speak" and "Hey Baby": 2 wds.:

GWENSTEFANI

19d. Unexpected problem:

SNAG

20d. Biblical boat builder:

NOAH

21a. Termite look-alike that may dwell in a hill:

ANT

22a. Words said before a kiss at the altar: 2 wds.:

IDO

23d. It can be scrambled or poached:

EGG

23a. Dobby, in the Harry Potter books:

ELF

24d. ___ Michele, who plays Rachel Berry on "Glee":

LEA

25d. Weather condition that may be a danger for drivers:

FOG

26a. Muhammad, Olympic gold medalist and Boxing champion:

ALI

27d. "I think ...," in a texter's language:

IMO

28a. Muscle pain:

ACHE

29d. Animal associated with the word "feline":

CAT

30d. "___ Just Not That Into You" (2009 film):

HES

31d. Large deer:

ELK

32a. Known for his 1987 hit album "Faith", this English singer rose to fame as a member of music duo "Wham!" before going solo: 2 wds.:

GEORGEMICHAEL

33d. In a hurry, as some drivers:

RASH

34d. Wages, salaries, profits, interests, etc.:

INCOMES

35d. Like a cucumber?:

COOL

36a. Totally smitten:

GAGA

37a. Lennon's love:

ONO

38a. Tongue-clicking sound:

TSK

39a. Masseuse's workplace, maybe:

SPA

40d. "Gram" or "Graph" prefix, while talking about symbols:

PICTO

41d. What is said in poker when you bet all your money: 2 wds.:

ALLIN

42a. Slang for "because":

COS

43d. Snoozed:

SLEPT

44d. Unadulterated:

PURE

44a. Known for his song "In the Air Tonight", this English singer led the rock band Genesis before going solo: 2 wds.:

PHILCOLLINS

45d. Arrived:

CAME

46d. "Dies ____" (medieval hymn):

IRAE

47d. Puppy bites:

NIPS

48d. "Shoo, kitty!":

SCAT

49d. "___ is a very talented girl!":

SHE

49a. Disco guy on "The Simpsons":

STU

50d. First two-digit whole number:

TEN

51a. Ingredient in Chowder soup:

CLAM

52a. "Troy" actor Bana:

ERIC

53a. ___ Majesty (The Queen):

HER

54a. Information from a watch:

TIME

55a. Another word for 9-Across:

PAPA

56a. Direction opposite WSW:

ENE

57a. Digits that make up an eleven:

ONES

58a. Exam:

TEST
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