Crossword Explorer Kenya - Level 1600

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Kenya - Level 1600

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1d. Liquid that may be extracted from peanuts or palm:

OIL

1a. "Her performance was ___ the charts" (beyond expectations):

OFF

2d. What you would do with a coin or a switch:

FLIP

3d. Escape from a troublesome situation:

FLEE

4d. Prefix relating to outer space:

ASTRO

4a. Russian former professional tennis player Kournikova:

ANNA

5d. Like a knight:

NOBLE

6d. American poet Ogden ___:

NASH

7d. Personal attire:

APPAREL

8d. Waiting area at a hotel:

LOBBY

8a. Low in quantity:

LESS

9d. Spain's currency:

EURO

10d. Bright white spot in the night sky:

STAR

11d. Utter a word:

SAY

12a. "Speak ___ of" (defame):

ILL

13a. Shower bar:

SOAP

14a. "She'll figure ___ way.": 2 wds.:

OUTA

15a. What you'd do if you don't want the truth to come out:

LIE

16a. Recipe measure, for short:

TBSP

17a. Donkey-speak:

BRAY

18a. 2001 American romantic period war drama film directed by Michael Bay and starring Ben Affleck: 2 wds.:

PEARLHARBOR

19d. "Enemy" prefix to mean the biggest one:

ARCH

20d. Make another attempt at the same thing:

REDO

21a. Caviar source:

ROE

22a. "Star Wars" character portrayed by Daisy Ridley:

REY

23d. Roadside money dispenser: Abbr.:

ATM

23a. "Give me ___..." (one moment): 2 wds.:

ASEC

24d. Bon Jovi single "___ Don't Know Me":

SHE

25d. Poetic "evening":

EEN

26d. Suffix for many a private company, for short:

LTD

26a. "One thing ___ to another...":

LED

27d. Equipment for a popular snow sport:

SKI

27a. Medicinal bath place:

SPA

28d. Autograph tool:

PEN

29d. Biblical ship:

ARK

30a. 2008 American war thriller film directed by Kathryn Bigelow and starring Jeremy Renner: 3 wds.:

THEHURTLOCKER

31d. Latin for "one":

UNUM

32d. Stopped working after a certain age:

RETIRED

33d. E. ___, intestine-dwelling bacteria:

COLI

34a. "12 Angry ___," 1957 drama film:

MEN

35a. "The Simpsons" neighbor Flanders:

NED

36a. Pig's sound:

OINK

37d. Book with cartoon illustrations:

COMIC

37a. "___ the crap" (come to the point):

CUT

38d. Robert De Niro starrer 1998 action thriller film:

RONIN

38a. Lil ___ Howery, actor and comedian from "The Carmichael Show":

REL

39d. Button to push a CD out of the player:

EJECT

40d. Opposite of "succeed":

FAIL

40a. "Letters ___," 2006 Japanese-American war film directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Ken Watanabe: 3 wds.:

FROMIWOJIMA

41d. What a surfer would do on a wave:

RIDE

42d. "We ___ Soldiers," Mel Gibson starrer war film that dramatized the Battle of Ia Drang:

WERE

43d. American poet Angelou who wrote "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings":

MAYA

44d. "I will see you ___." (soon):

ANON

45d. Modern boxing-like combat sport: Abbr.:

MMA

45a. Injure someone gravely, causing permanent damage:

MAIM

46a. ___ Russo, actress who plays Frigga, Thor's mother in "Thor":

RENE

47a. Solution to a question, for short:

ANS

48d. "South" in French:

SUD

49a. A type of skirt that extends to the mid-calf:

MIDI

50a. Actor Dane who played Mark Sloan in the ABC drama "Grey's Anatomy":

ERIC

51a. "Thou" in modern English:

YOU

52a. ___ Guinness, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi in the original "Star Wars" trilogy:

ALEC

53a. Major scratch on a car:

DENT

54a. Agatha Christie thriller "___ Then There Were None":

AND
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