Crossword Explorer Ireland - Level 1042

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Ireland - Level 1042

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1d. "Eye" network: Abbr.:

CBS

1a. Upper torso part which covers the heart and lungs:

CHEST

2d. "All ___ the great king!" (salute):

HAIL

3d. Singer ___ James who sang "I'd Rather Go Blind":

ETTA

4d. Like a new axe or knife:

SHARP

5d. French word for our planet:

TERRE

6d. "___ the way" (lead further development):

PAVE

6a. ___ on the back (approve or appreciate):

PAT

7d. "I've Got ___ In Kalamazoo" (song from "Orchestra Wives"): 2 wds.:

AGAL

8d. Shares a piece of news or story:

TELLS

9d. Like Anna Kournikova or Irina Shayk:

RUSSIAN

9a. Relieves (of):

RIDS

10d. "___ the Wild" (story of "Alexander Supertramp"):

INTO

11d. Singer Celine ___:

DION

12d. Motor additive brand that sponsors NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Abbr.:

STP

13a. Take a shower:

BATHE

14a. It tells us how many years one has lived:

AGE

15a. Central processing ___ (PC part):

UNIT

16a. Stringed instrument from the East that was incorporated in "Norwegian Wood":

SITAR

17a. Actor ___ Kilmer of "Batman Forever":

VAL

18a. What a red traffic light tells you to do:

STOP

19a. Co-founder of Oracle Corporation who dropped out of the University of Illinois: 2 wds.:

LARRYELLISON

20d. Root veggies served on Thanksgiving:

YAMS

21d. World's largest furniture retailer:

IKEA

22a. Veggie pellet often found in stews:

PEA

23a. Participate in a slalom:

SKI

24d. Withdrawal symptoms: Abbr.:

DTS

24a. Use a spade to ___ a hole:

DIG

25d. Certain investment made for a comfortable old age: Abbr.:

IRA

26d. Orator's "gift":

GAB

27a. ___-and-pop store (small independent business):

MOM

28d. Waves the green flag:

OKS

29d. It's rolled out, to perform yoga on:

MAT

30a. "See if this medicine ___ the pain" (makes it less painful):

EASES

31d. Stop standing:

SIT

32d. Anagram of CEO which is the prefix for pro-Earth initiatives:

ECO

33d. Coldplay's "A ___ Full of Stars":

SKY

34a. Co-founder of Uber who dropped out of the UCLA: 2 wds.:

TRAVISKALANICK

35d. Porch's cousin:

VERANDA

36d. ___ Man (Marvel superhero played by Robert Downey Jr.):

IRON

37d. Quiet time:

LULL

38a. Type of sword with a curved blade:

SABER

39a. Disco ___ from "The Simpsons":

STU

40a. A yo-yo or a doll, to a tot:

TOY

41a. Fishing ___ (equipment where a reel will be attached):

ROD

42d. Linger in the past, e.g.:

DWELL

43a. Young boy from Scotland:

LAD

44d. Aircraft seating preference, sometimes:

AISLE

45d. Tibet's ___ Lama:

DALAI

46d. American baseball player ___ Brown:

EMIL

46a. Co-founder of Twitter who dropped out of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln: 2 wds.:

EVANWILLIAMS

47d. Vehicles used in abduction scenes in movies:

VANS

48d. "___ my wits end.": 2 wds.:

IMAT

49d. Records, as ones maintained by ship captains or astronauts:

LOGS

50d. "Ryan's Hope" actress ___ Helgenberger:

MARG

51d. Sound of relief or disappointment:

SIGH

52d. "I ___ you one":

OWE

52a. Muscat's land:

OMAN

53a. ___ pop (music genre of "Jimmy Eat World," e.g.):

EMO

54a. Executed in a war, say:

SLAIN

55d. Take-home amount:

NET

56a. "Gone with the ___":

WIND

57a. Fall behind:

LAG

58a. "L" in XL:

LARGE

59a. Kenyan lioness from "Born Free":

ELSA

60a. Captain's juniors: Abbr.:

LTS

61a. Number of arms on an octopus:

EIGHT
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