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Laos - Level 837

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1d. "The Visitors" Swedish pop group:

ABBA

1a. Website pop-ups that you would want to skip, maybe:

ADS

2d. Eponymous designer Christian ___:

DIOR

3d. Brand of teas and fruit-juice blends owned by PepsiCo:

SOBE

4d. Like a wallflower:

SHY

4a. Poppy part that may act as a sedative:

SEED

5d. Sinuous fish:

EEL

6d. One of the significant stretches in history:

ERA

7d. "___ disturb": 2 wds.:

DONOT

8d. Wound that has a long, deep cut:

GASH

8a. Tank filler in stations:

GAS

9d. Picasso's work to a Spaniard:

ARTE

10d. "On the ___ of the moment" (unplanned):

SPUR

11a. Science subject apart from physics and chemistry, for short:

BIO

12a. Villain's opposite:

HERO

13a. "Birds in an Aquarium" artist, Jean ___:

ARP

14a. "Blowin' in the Wind" singer-songwriter who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in the year 2016: 2 wds.:

BOBDYLAN

15d. Pat or gentle stroke on the back:

DAB

16a. Original bass guitarist for "The Beatles," Sutcliffe, for short:

STU

17a. Rug that covers only a part of floor, ___ rug:

AREA

18a. Significant person?:

OTHER

19d. Cuisine from Bangkok:

THAI

20a. What runners may run out of:

BREATH

21d. "Out of Time" band:

REM

22d. Run off to get hitched:

ELOPE

23d. Broadcaster:

AIRER

24d. Baseball's "Master Melvin":

OTT

24a. Have a mortgage, for one:

OWE

25d. Seek to win, romantically:

WOO

26d. Call it quits:

END

27a. Manning of football:

ELI

28a. Camera setting when it's not manual, for short:

AUTO

29d. Take advantage of, say:

USE

30d. Item in Santa's bag meant for a tot:

TOY

31d. Integer after zero:

ONE

32a. "Beloved" novelist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in the year 1993: 2 wds.:

TONIMORRISON

33d. Very small amount:

IOTA

34d. Informal term for a quick, sharp blow:

RAP

35a. ___ list (task list heading): Hyph.:

TODO

36a. Edible little sphere:

PEA

37a. Needle and potato have this feature in common:

EYE

38a. Informal term for silly, contemptible people:

TWERPS

39d. Isle of ___ (county in England):

WIGHT

40d. Slalom slider:

SKI

41d. Facts and figures on a spreadsheet, maybe:

DATA

41a. Place with the Burj Khalifa:

DUBAI

42d. "___ the House Top," Christmas song written by Benjamin Hanby: 2 wds.:

UPON

43d. Like one's knee when proposing:

BENT

44a. New Zealand bird:

KIWI

45d. Apple desktop:

IMAC

46d. Katy Perry's 2013 hit "This is How ___": 2 wds.:

WEDO

47d. Essential hemoglobin element:

IRON

48a. Tailless primate in a jungle:

APE

49a. "My Son's Story" writer, Nadine ___ who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in the year 1991:

GORDIMER

50d. Expression and cry of delight:

OOH

51d. Regret or feel remorse:

RUE

52d. Devoid of moisture:

DRY

53a. Cargo weight unit?:

TON

54a. Sixty minutes make one:

HOUR

55a. Another word for unnecessary fuss:

ADO

56a. It may crawl in colonies:

ANT

57a. "So ___ say":

THEY

58a. Pro and ___ (advantage and disadvantage):

CON
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