Crossword Explorer Lebanon - Level 712

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Lebanon - Level 712

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1d. Tampa Bay footballer, briefly:

BUC

1a. Baby ___ (sign of pregnancy):

BUMP

2d. Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of this country: Abbr.:

USA

3d. "Lethal Weapon" and "Braveheart" actor ___ Gibson:

MEL

4d. Makes small holes with a needle, say:

PRICKS

5d. "Ready or not, ___ come": 2 wds.:

HEREI

5a. "___ your horses!" (wait):

HOLD

6d. To each his ___:

OWN

7d. Neckpiece made of flowers:

LEI

8d. Fire-breathing reptile shown in "Game of Thrones":

DRAGON

9d. Juicy summer fruit whose seeds can be spit out:

MELON

9a. Coffee or beer holder:

MUG

10d. Sport ___ (modern vehicles): Abbr.:

UTES

11d. "Already ___," song co-written by Jack Tempchin which was recorded for the Eagles' album "On the Border":

GONE

12a. ___-friendly gadget (easy to handle):

USER

13d. Closing word at an auction:

SOLD

13a. Underground pipe that carries waste:

SEWER

14a. W.W. II arena: Abbr.:

ETO

15a. "Hotel ___," Grammy-winning song by the Eagles which is one of their biggest commercial hits:

CALIFORNIA

16d. ___ gras (dish made of duck liver):

FOIE

17a. Pro Football Hall-of-Famer ___ Dawson:

LEN

18a. American jazz pianist Nat King ___:

COLE

19a. Golden egg layer in an Aesop fable:

GOOSE

20d. Be indebted to:

OWE

21d. Pester all day:

NAG

21a. Grammy-winning song by the Eagles which was the first single from the same album as 15a: 4 wds.:

NEWKIDINTOWN

22d. Silent ___ (when films had no sound):

ERA

23d. Hair that might blow away?:

WIG

24d. "Life Is Good" rapper:

NAS

25d. Kid in a preschool:

TOT

26a. Emerge, as a problem:

ARISE

27a. Top-notch: Hyph.:

AONE

28a. Practical joke:

GAG

29d. Big ___ (fast-food burger):

MAC

29a. Wooden support for a sail:

MAST

30d. "Diamonds ___ a Girl's Best Friend":

ARE

31d. "Mamma ___!":

MIA

31a. "I have a dream" speaker's initials:

MLK

32d. Mormon church initials: Abbr.:

LDS

33d. "He holds the ___ to your heart.":

KEY

34d. Film crew's workplace:

SET

34a. Reminder of a physical injury:

SCAR

35d. ___ sugar (powdered sugar used by bakers):

CASTER

36d. Narrow opening in a skirt:

SLIT

36a. Playground item where you sit and slip:

SLIDE

37d. Ranked stages in a game, say:

LEVELS

38d. Maya Angelou's works:

POEMS

38a. "___ Feeling," song by Jack Tempchin which was a part of Eagles' self-titled debut album: 2 wds.:

PEACEFULEASY

39d. Coal, oil and natural gas:

FUELS

40d. Intensive Care ___:

UNIT

41d. "Life in the Fast ___," song co-written by Joe Walsh which was the third single released from the same album as 15a:

LANE

41a. Plunders:

LOOTS

42d. Gemstone mined in the Land Down Under:

OPAL

43a. School of higher learning, for short:

UNIV

44a. Copy someone:

APE

45a. Song co-written by Jackson Browne which was Eagles' first single that became one of their signature songs: 3 wds.:

TAKEITEASY

46d. Log-chopping tool:

AXE

47d. Kumar from the "Harold & Kumar" series:

KAL

48d. Ooh and ___ (expression for when one's highly impressed):

AAH

49d. ___-fi (futuristic genre):

SCI

50d. Nope's opposite:

YEP

51a. South Asian war zone, familiarly:

NAM

52a. Put on a pedestal:

EXALT

53a. Delicate fabric used in trimmings:

LACE

54a. Ernie who's also known as "The Big Easy":

ELS

55a. Family members, for short:

RELS

56a. Titanic, e.g.:

SHIP
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