Crossword Explorer Iceland - Level 828

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Iceland - Level 828

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1d. American football players who receive handoffs, catch passes and block: Abbr.:

RBS

1a. Music genre with a lot of spoken word:

RAP

2d. In excessive numbers: 2 wds.:

ALOT

3d. Game played on horseback with a long mallet and a ball:

POLO

4d. Talk mindlessly:

BLAB

4a. Crowd chant expressing displeasure:

BOO

5d. Greasy food, e.g.:

OILY

6d. Suffix with "an" to mean a positively charged electrode:

ODE

7a. Drop of a thick liquid:

BLOB

8d. What a grenade is:

BOMB

9d. Cult classic comedy film from the 90s "___ World":

WAYNES

9a. Plod through a crowd, say:

WADE

10d. Household animal that carries load:

ASS

11d. Popular children's book writer Roald:

DAHL

12d. Sword used in the sport of fencing:

EPEE

13a. Cap of a jar:

LID

14a. Mission carried out alone:

SOLO

15a. With no further delay: Abbr.:

ASAP

16a. Brown and pale are varieties of this type of beer:

ALE

17a. "Peaky Blinders" character, played by Cillian Murphy, who is the leader of the Birmingham criminal gang: 2 wds.:

TOMMYSHELBY

18d. Boxing legend Tyson:

MIKE

19d. Fabric weaving machine:

LOOM

20a. Recycle ___, where your deleted files go on the computer:

BIN

21a. Fifth zodiac sign:

LEO

22d. Your bill at the bar:

TAB

22a. What a dutiful citizen pays to the government:

TAX

23d. In the style of: 2 wds.:

ALA

24d. Professional American football league that was wrapped up after just one season: Abbr.:

XFL

25a. Big beer holder:

KEG

26d. Slushy substance:

GOO

27a. Musical instrument that's a staple in orchestras:

OBOE

28d. Arrow's partner:

BOW

29d. "Take ___ for the team..":

ONE

30d. Suffix with Japan to mean its citizens:

ESE

31a. "Peaky Blinders" character, played by Tom Hardy, who ran a distillery and was seen on the show from season 2 till 4: 2 wds.:

ALFIESOLOMONS

32d. Apple desktop computer:

IMAC

33d. "The Bourne Trilogy" author Robert:

LUDLUM

34d. Portland state, for short:

OREG

35a. Cream that has a cooling effect and soothes body aches:

BALM

36a. "This is not ___ dog, it's theirs.":

OUR

37a. Very tiny:

WEE

38a. Filled one's tummy:

ATE

39d. What ice would do outside the fridge:

THAW

40d. "With ___ passing minute..":

EACH

41a. Delicate little water drop on a leaf early in the morning:

DEW

42d. Court order:

WRIT

43d. Create something:

MAKE

43a. "Peaky Blinders" character, played by Finn Cole, who is the son of Polly Gray, the matriarch of the Shelby Family: 2 wds.:

MICHAELGRAY

44d. Colored part of your eye:

IRIS

45d. ___ Gold, Peter Florrick's campaign manager in "The Good Wife":

ELI

46d. "This is ___ alert situation." (very serious): 2 wds.:

ARED

47d. Term referring to days in the past:

YORE

48d. Popular South Korean singer with the hit "Gentleman":

PSY

48a. Suffix with "sub" to mean something that is below the expected standard:

PAR

49a. Nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect the rights of the people of America: Abbr.:

ACLU

50a. Pump ___ (lift weights at the gym):

IRON

51d. Zero points in a game:

NIL

52a. Equipment used for gliding over snow:

SKI

53a. Unreasonable urge:

WHIM

54a. "Desperate Housewives" star Hatcher:

TERI

55a. Verbal equivalent of an affirmative nod:

YES

56a. Button on a computer keyboard that erases a letter, for short:

DEL
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