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Madagascar - Level 656

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1d. Ursine : bear :: simian : ___:

APE

1a. Baba, who outwitted 40 thieves:

ALI

2d. ___ Wayne (rapper who owns Young Money Entertainment):

LIL

3d. Unit of foot soldiers:

INFANTRY

4d. Features of mountain roads:

BENDS

4a. Box-office disaster:

BOMB

5d. Plainly apparent:

OVERT

6d. Word used before "mortals" to point out frailty:

MERE

7d. Software that facilitates internet surfing, as Chrome:

BROWSER

8d. A major passage in the body, as respiratory:

TRACT

8a. One instance from a "to-do" list:

TASK

9d. Works on its own:

AUTO

10d. Narrow opening for a coin:

SLOT

11d. Hid, as a secret:

KEPT

12a. It's pulled from a grenade before throwing:

PIN

13a. "...feel better than ___":

EVER

14a. Bending one may fetch you trouble:

RULE

15a. Legolas from "The Lord of the Rings", for one:

ELF

16a. Eccentric Roman emperor:

NERO

17a. At the peak of:

ATOP

18a. Actor from "Dead Bodies", who plays Jim Moriarty in BBC's "Sherlock": 2 wds.:

ANDREWSCOTT

19d. A house of twigs, on a branch:

NEST

20d. Locale:

SITE

21d. "Desire Under the ___" (play by O'Neill):

ELMS

21a. Novelist Hemingway, who was a main character in "Midnight in Paris":

ERNEST

22d. What you do to what you sow:

REAP

23a. Take a chair:

SIT

24a. "___ have a party":

LETS

25d. Heavily used in sci-fi movies: Abbr.:

VFX

25a. Kind of doc who'd have a look at Scooby Doo's problems:

VET

26d. Waylon, the assistant to Mr. Burns, in "The Simpsons":

SMITHERS

26a. Slide down an icy slope:

SKI

27d. "Used to Love You Sober" singer Brown:

KANE

28d. Draws tattoos:

INKS

29a. Actor from "The Hobbit", who plays Doctor John Watson in BBC's "Sherlock": 2 wds.:

MARTINFREEMAN

30d. "Got it": 2 wds.:

ISEE

31d. Read out, as a story:

NARRATE

32d. Son of Donald:

ERIC

33a. Someone from MI6, say:

SPY

34a. Quintessential jazz organ, for short:

SAX

35a. Where one might go to practice some skating:

RINK

36d. Carrying a lot of extra pounds:

OBESE

36a. Over, as Shakespeare would have written it:

OER

37d. Pan-fry:

SAUTE

37a. Luxury accommodations in hotels:

SUITES

38d. Absolute:

UTTER

39d. Tax, in Britain:

CESS

39a. "Doctor Strange" actor Benedict, who plays Sherlock Holmes in BBC's "Sherlock":

CUMBERBATCH

40d. River to the Caspian:

URAL

41d. Japanese seasoning:

MISO

42d. Witch's concoction:

BREW

43a. Gem City, in Pennsylvania:

ERIE

44a. "Stuck in ___" ("Stuck in the same routine"): 2 wds.:

ARUT

45a. Female wool giver:

EWE

46d. "This is so much fun!":

WEE

47d. Night before a big day such as Christmas:

EVE

48a. Be rude to:

SASS

49a. An interview (when used twice, with an "a" in between):

TETE

50a. Give some gas to an engine:

REV

51a. Fruit that is used in gin flavoring:

SLOE

52a. Wide-mouthed pourer:

EWER

53a. "They ___" (apt anagram of "the eyes"):

SEE
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