Crossword Explorer Luxembourg - Level 1237

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Luxembourg - Level 1237

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1d. A derisive shout or taunt:

JEER

1a. A fast punch, like in boxing:

JAB

2d. Off the premises, or out on vacation:

AWAY

3d. Phi ___ Kappa:

BETA

4d. Warren Buffett's hometown in Nebraska:

OMAHA

4a. Automaker who was Ford's contemporary and made the Cutlass:

OLDS

5d. ___ honor, another name for a victory round on the track after the conclusion of a race: 2 wds.:

LAPOF

6d. Sketched:

DREW

7d. Site of the Missouri State Fair and the Scott Joplin ragtime festival:

SEDALIA

8d. A dull, grayish-brown color:

DUN

8a. Broadband letters: Abbr.:

DSL

9d. Hit the slopes:

SKI

10d. Replayed serve in Tennis:

LET

11a. Source of Sheep's milk:

EWE

12a. Female horse:

MARE

13d. Olympic sport involving holding and throwing in which belts are worn:

JUDO

13a. Record player at a diner, for short:

JUKE

14a. Consume food:

EAT

15a. Copied, like a monkey would:

APED

16a. Foot or liter:

UNIT

17a. Baseball first baseman who played his entire MLB career with the Philadelphia Phillies, before joining teams in the minor leagues: 2 wds.:

RYANHOWARD

18d. Punishment for a kid, perhaps: 2 wds.:

NOTV

19d. Campus military organization: Abbr.:

ROTC

20a. Clumsy type:

OAF

21a. Rises dramatically, or towers over threateningly:

LOOMS

22d. Bangers and ___ (British dish):

MASH

23d. "Beat it!":

SHOO

24d. "Hill Street Blues" and "Lou Grant" production company: Abbr.:

MTM

24a. Soften and liquify, like ice in heat:

MELT

25d. Makes a mistake:

ERRS

26d. Whip part:

LASH

27d. Bedwear, informally:

PJS

27a. Cherry center, or hog roasting locale:

PIT

28a. "Now I've got it!":

AHA

29d. "___ takers?":

ANY

30a. American baseball shortstop nicknamed "Stonewall" who played his entire MLB career with the New York Giants: 2 wds.:

TRAVISJACKSON

31d. Frozen drink brand that makes Arctic Blast:

ICEE

32d. Dreamlike:

SURREAL

33d. Actress ___ Mara, of "House of Cards":

KATE

34a. "___ Robinson":

MRS

35a. ___ D'Amato, Italian-American boxing manager and trainer who handled the careers of Mike Tyson, Floyd Patterson and many more:

CUS

36a. Chips ___! (cookie brand):

AHOY

37a. Absolute, or see-through like some stockings:

SHEER

38d. Make changes to:

EDIT

39d. They're blue when clear:

SKIES

39a. "Game, ___ and Match!" (Tennis conclusion):

SET

40d. Bailout button:

EJECT

41a. American baseball shortstop nicknamed "Captain Clutch" who spent his entire MLB career with the New York Yankees: 2 wds.:

DEREKJETER

42d. Jazz legend ___ Fitzgerald:

ELLA

43d. Miesha ___, retired UFC fighter who is a former Bantamweight champion:

TATE

44d. ___ Knievel:

EVEL

45d. Australia's Great Barrier ___:

REEF

46d. Web address divider:

DOT

46a. Sandwich shop:

DELI

47d. Angsty rock genre:

EMO

48d. Muhammad Ali's nickname, "The Louisville ___":

LIP

49a. "Night" author and Nobel winner, ___ Wiesel:

ELIE

50a. Hail in old Rome:

AVE

51a. Leave out:

OMIT

52a. Smart guy?:

ALEC

53a. Shirt that might have a crew neck, informally:

TEE

54a. Highest-rated:

TOP

55a. Bad way to finish:

LAST

56a. Santa's little helper:

ELF
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