Crossword Explorer France - Level 427

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France - Level 427

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1d. Top-selling salsa artist Anthony:

MARC

1a. Organized crime syndicate or an unrestrained crowd:

MOB

2d. Three-layer cookie from Nabisco:

OREO

3d. Sleeping spots:

BEDS

4d. One in control of an airplane:

PILOT

4a. Breathe heavily, say after a long run:

PANT

5d. Change with the times:

ADAPT

6d. Clownfish in a 2003 Pixar film:

NEMO

7d. Newspaper half the size of its larger counterpart:

TABLOID

8d. Try a bite of:

TASTE

8a. Weekly news magazine that is the most widely circulated magazine of its kind:

TIME

9d. DIY furniture giants:

IKEA

10d. Big brand of faucets:

MOEN

11d. Dead-___ (road that leads to nowhere):

END

12a. "All men ___ created equal":

ARE

13a. Creative concept, symbolized by a light bulb:

IDEA

14a. Artist with hits like "Smack That" and "Right Now":

AKON

15a. Color of tomato paste:

RED

16a. Mary had a little one:

LAMB

17a. What you plant to get a plant:

SEED

18a. Fashion magazine for women that has been in publication since 1886, and is often referred to by its shorter name:

COSMOPOLITAN

19d. What might grow on really old cheese:

MOLD

20d. Cross inscription:

INRI

21a. "Too exaggerated," in texting terminology: Abbr.:

OTT

22a. "She's the ___" (soul mate):

ONE

23d. Be nosy:

PRY

23a. Singer Collins, who was once the drummer and vocalist for Genesis:

PHIL

24d. "Tee-___" (sound of a giggle):

HEE

25d. "The Vampire Diaries" actor Somerhalder:

IAN

26d. Snake seen in hieroglyphics:

ASP

26a. Thin MacBook model:

AIR

27d. Acquire:

GET

27a. Fuel for a car:

GAS

28d. Utter fool:

ASS

29d. Muddy barnyard enclosure:

STY

30a. General-interest family magazine that has been in publication since 1920, and was the best-selling magazine till 2009: 2 wds.:

READERSDIGEST

31d. List-ender that means "...and others": 2 wds.:

ETAL

32d. Extreme, as some measures:

RADICAL

33d. Gold-coated:

GILT

34a. Currency that you'll spot while reading "money" backwards:

YEN

35a. Dance style that involves foot noises:

TAP

36a. "___ Bitsy Spider" (nursery rhyme):

ITSY

37d. Biological duplicate that is the subject of many sci-fi movies:

CLONE

37a. Dishonorable fellow:

CAD

38d. Getting on in years:

AGING

38a. Feel sick:

AIL

39d. The British ___ (Great Britain, Ireland, and many other smaller land masses):

ISLES

40d. Rock and ___:

ROLL

40a. Biweekly pop culture magazine that has been in publication since 1967 and shares its name with a legendary rock band: 2 wds.:

ROLLINGSTONE

41d. Another word for verbal or spoken:

ORAL

42d. Not any:

NONE

43d. "Sounds good to me":

OKAY

44d. Long river running through Egypt:

NILE

45d. Give off, as radiation:

EMIT

46d. Casual buttonless shirt:

TEE

46a. Brand of lawn mowers and snow blowers that is also the Spanish word for a "bull":

TORO

47a. Helix you may find in a heater or under your mattress:

COIL

48a. Sister of Khloe and Kourtney:

KIM

49a. Distinctive flair:

ELAN

50a. "The Intern" actress Hathaway:

ANNE

51a. Boxer whose name is an anagram of 38-Across:

ALI

52a. Lifestyle magazine with a palindromic name that means "she" or "her" in French:

ELLE

53a. A centipede can have hundreds of them:

LEGS

54a. As of ___ (so far):

YET
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