Crossword Explorer Laos - Level 850

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Laos - Level 850

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1d. Close a door:

SHUT

1a. Like a snail:

SLOW

2d. Soft and fleshy part of the ear:

LOBE

3d. Event that could forebode something undesirable:

OMEN

4d. True value of a thing:

WORTH

5d. "The Handmaid's Tale" streaming service:

HULU

5a. "He ___ been acting a bit weird lately.":

HAS

6d. "He let out ___ of horror..." (left open-mouthed due to fear): 2 wds.:

AGASP

7d. "___ so good" (gone well up to now): 2 wds.:

SOFAR

8d. What is formed when milk coagulates:

CURD

8a. Taxi for hire:

CAB

9d. "___ matter of fact...": 2 wds.:

ASA

10d. Maybe king or queen-sized:

BED

11a. ___ Sapiens (scientific name for humans):

HOMO

12d. Sweatshirt with a cover for the head:

HOODIE

12a. French poet and novelist Victor ___:

HUGO

13a. "I have no ___ for it." (do not want it):

USE

14a. One of the app-based providers of 8a:

UBER

15a. Snowman character from "Frozen":

OLAF

16a. Pretty cool, informally:

RAD

17a. "___ Saints," 2015 Ethan Hawke starrer drama film based on the novel of the same name by Eleanor Henderson: 2 wds.:

TENTHOUSAND

18d. "Eyes let you see and ears let you ___":

HEAR

19d. Close by:

NEAR

20a. John Denver song "I Guess ___ Rather Be In Colorado":

HED

21a. Opposite of "post":

PRE

22d. Company behind the question-answering computer system Watson: Abbr.:

IBM

22a. Hospital department that would treat patients in life-threatening situations: Abbr.:

ICU

23d. Tim Cook for Apple: Abbr.:

CEO

24d. Saucer in the sky?: Abbr.:

UFO

25a. Cause suffering physically:

AIL

26d. Flagship school in Baton Rouge: Abbr.:

LSU

27a. Not around:

AWAY

28d. Emerge victorious:

WIN

29d. The ___, Marvel Comics supervillain whose alter ego is named Cleo Nefertiti:

ASP

30d. Dialectal "your":

YER

31a. 1995 Ethan Hawke starrer romantic drama film about a man and woman who spend an evening in Vienna: 2 wds.:

BEFORESUNRISE

32d. "Turn in the assignment ___ before next Friday.": 2 wds.:

ONOR

33d. Not sensible at all, as a move:

UNWISE

34d. Gas used in shop display lights:

NEON

35a. Where Neil Armstrong stepped foot first:

MOON

36a. French "a" (article):

UNE

37a. "All Things Considered" media organization: Abbr.:

NPR

38a. "This is a one-___ situation." (will not happen again):

OFF

39d. Accepted the consequences:

FACED

40d. "___ Shades of Grey," romance novel by British author E. L. James:

FIFTY

41a. Deep sorrow:

WOE

42d. Country with the Great Sphinx of Giza:

EGYPT

43d. On level points:

TIED

43a. 2001 Ethan Hawke starrer crime thriller film for which Denzel Washington won an Oscar award for Best Actor: 2 wds.:

TRAININGDAY

44d. ___ down (record in writing):

NOTE

45d. Extend a benefit to a needy person, with "out":

DOLE

46d. "___ of expertise" (domain):

AREA

47d. ___ of the pig (2019, as per the Chinese calendar):

YEAR

48d. Help out on humanitarian grounds:

AID

48a. William Faulkner novel "___ Lay Dying": 2 wds.:

ASI

49d. Music genre characterized by a walking bass line that originated in Jamaica:

SKA

50a. People at the top of companies for all matters financial: Abbr.:

CFOS

51a. Long ago, nostalgically:

YORE

52a. ___ & Tina Turner, American husband-and-wife musical duo:

IKE

53a. Suffix with "cigar" to mean its slender relative:

ETTE

54a. Humble request:

PLEA

55a. One's old man, informally:

DAD

56a. Apply an artificial color:

DYE

57a. Rip and damage, as a piece of cloth:

TEAR
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