Crossword Explorer Iceland - Level 822

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Iceland - Level 822

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1d. Upper limb on the human body:

ARM

1a. Large animal whose name also means to imitate someone:

APE

2d. Work of John Keats or that of W.B. Yeats:

POEM

3d. Pulitzer Prize-winning author ___ Ferber:

EDNA

4d. Word said with "treat" on Halloween:

TRICK

4a. On ___ rocks (drink poured over ice):

THE

5d. Adds to the existing staff, as an employer:

HIRES

6d. ___ Skoda (fictional character from "Law & Order"):

EMIL

7d. Cylindrical object that holds the yarn in place:

SPOOL

7a. Strike someone with the palm of your hand:

SLAP

8d. Traditional Hawaiian party:

LUAU

9d. Valuable works displayed at a gallery, say:

ARTS

10d. Insect that can prove to be quite bothersome:

PEST

11a. Fishing ___ (equipment to which a fishing line is attached):

ROD

12a. Outer edge of a cup, say:

RIM

13a. Without any additives or in unadulterated form:

PURE

14a. Adult boys:

MEN

15a. Attractive part of the eye that may be blue or brown:

IRIS

16d. Long stick-like hunting weapon with a pointed tip:

SPEAR

17a. Quaker ___ (cereal brand):

OATS

18a. French novelist whose work "In Search of Lost Time" holds a Guinness World Record for longest novel: 2 wds.:

MARCELPROUST

19d. Wander around aimlessly:

ROAM

20d. ___ McEntire who sang "Somebody Should Leave":

REBA

21a. Gives permission to:

OKS

22a. Electric ___ (type of fish):

EEL

23d. Bitter brew served at a pub:

ALE

23a. Measure of a plot of land, say:

AREA

24d. One who has hung his boots, for short:

RET

25d. Feminine suffix with "lion" or "host":

ESS

26d. "Leaving on a ___ Plane," a song by John Denver:

JET

26a. Quick sharp blow:

JAB

27d. Peyton Manning's brother ___:

ELI

27a. Landing schedule of a plane: Abbr.:

ETA

28d. First double-digit number:

TEN

29d. "Can I ___ you a question?":

ASK

30a. Victor Hugo's novel which was also adapted into a movie starring Anne Hathaway and has a sentence with 823 words: 2 wds.:

LESMISERABLES

31d. Apple's desktop computer:

IMAC

32d. Large bags for carrying potatoes, say:

SACKS

33d. NFL's Super ___:

BOWL

34a. Ones from foreign planets: Abbr.:

ETS

35a. Item rolled up after a yoga class:

MAT

36a. Pig's grunt:

OINK

37d. Slithery reptile that may bite you:

SNAKE

37a. Cul-de-___ (dead end):

SAC

38d. Egypt's capital city:

CAIRO

38a. One that chews cud:

COW

39d. Mink's cousin that plays in rivers and whose name sounds like "water":

OTTER

40d. First aid ___ (collections of medical supplies):

KITS

40a. Book made up of 41 copperplate maps held by the British Library and which was once the world's largest book of its kind: 2 wds.:

KLENCKEATLAS

41d. Folk follower which means handed-down story or traditional belief:

LORE

42d. Wide-mouthed jug:

EWER

43d. Style and enthusiasm:

ELAN

44d. Continent to visit if you want to see the Great Wall of China:

ASIA

45d. Seven deadly ___ (like pride and greed):

SINS

46a. State whose capital is Des Moines:

IOWA

47a. Narrow cut in a skirt, say:

SLIT

48a. Sibling who is not your bro:

SIS

49d. Go downhill on snow:

SKI

50a. "Star ___" (sci-fi series featuring Kirk, Spock and McCoy):

TREK

51a. "You ___ my sunshine, my only sunshine...":

ARE

52a. Liquid used by a tattoo artist:

INK

53a. Drought-ridden or bone-dry:

SERE

54a. Neither's partner:

NOR

55a. "___ was saying...": 2 wds.:

ASI
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