Crossword Explorer Germany - Level 315

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Germany - Level 315

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1d. Mother, fondly:

MAMA

1a. Studio with a roaring lion in its opening sequence: Abbr.:

MGM

2d. "The world of high fashion is full of glitz and ___," for short:

GLAM

3d. State bordering Virginia, Washington D.C. and Delaware:

MARYLAND

4d. Group of lines diverging from a common centre:

RADIAL

4a. Filthy ___ (extremely wealthy people):

RICH

5d. Thumbnail image representing an application:

ICON

6d. A walking aid typically made of wood:

CANE

7d. Gesture used to signal a warning: 2 wds.:

HIGHSIGN

8d. ___ New Guinea, world's third largest island country:

PAPUA

8a. "___ Don't Preach," song by Madonna:

PAPA

9d. The Greek God of war:

ARES

10d. To yearn for:

PINE

11d. Commercials, for short:

ADS

12a. Buffet, or ___ Carte: 2 wds.:

ALA

13a. Popular superfood, said to aid in weight loss:

ACAI

14a. Area where there is a dearth of water:

ARID

15a. To ruin or diminish something:

MAR

16a. Vietnamese currency:

DONG

17a. Writing tools:

PENS

18a. Singer who is the first British woman to win five Grammys: 2 wds.:

AMYWINEHOUSE

19d. Large cities, in archaic terms (anagram of "news"):

WENS

20d. Calculated attacks performed in times of a threat, for short:

OPS

21a. Actress who played Rachel Berry on "Glee":

LEA

22a. A place that people go to relax and get massages:

SPA

23d. The outer edge of an object, usually round:

RIM

23a. American DJ and musician, known for his collaboration with Macklemore: 2 wds.:

RYANLEWIS

24d. "___ Are My Sunshine":

YOU

25d. Most common method of connecting computers in a local area network:

ETHERNET

26d. Organization that represents physicians worldwide: Abbr.:

WMA

27d. To sell like ___ (quick sellout): 2 wds.:

HOTCAKES

27a. Gardening tool often used during weeding:

HOE

28d. Expression often used when reacting to surprising or delightful news:

OOH

29d. To get with great difficulty:

EKE

30a. A group of atoms that possess either a positive or negative charge:

IONS

31a. Fictional company that owns NBS in "Studio 60 on the Sunset Trip", starring Matthew Perry:

TMG

32d. Small plant that may be of valued for its medicinal or culinary properties:

HERB

32a. Captain ___, arch nemesis of Peter Pan:

HOOK

33a. Material that huts are made of, usually:

MUD

34d. The young one of a lion:

CUB

34a. ___ Rapper, the stage name of American singer Chancellor Johnathan Bennett: 2 wds.:

CHANCETHE

35d. The third man to walk the moon, Pete ___:

CONRAD

36d. Method of diving that takes the diver to deeper parts of the ocean and requires special gear:

SCUBA

36a. To bring legal action against someone:

SUE

37a. Imaginary human-like creature, seen in "Lord of the Rings":

ORC

38d. Former Italian footballer, Gianfranco ___:

ZOLA

38a. American country music band that made the song "Colder Weather" 3 wds.:

ZACBROWNBAND

39d. He watched from ___ (from a distance):

AFAR

40d. To seep out from:

OOZE

41d. Popular American crime drama, based in Baltimore:

WIRE

42d. He played the fiddle as Rome burned, according to a legend:

NERO

43d. Colors used to change the appearance of fabrics:

DYES

44d. Measure you'd use for adding sugar to a cup of tea, for short:

TSP

44a. Popular soy based meat substitute:

TOFU

45a. Genre that "Sin City" is classified under:

NOIR

46a. Instrument used to open a lock:

KEY

47a. A thick piece of granite:

SLAB

48a. ___ Miller, an actor who made his debut in the film "Afterschool":

EZRA

49a. Before, poetically:

ERE

50a. A group of sentences put together, for short:

PARA

51a. Placed the ball on a golf peg, say:

TEED

52a. An emergency signal of distress in radio code:

SOS
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