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Maldives - Level 1672

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1d. Celebrities have fragile ones:

EGOS

1a. Recede, like the tide:

EBB

2d. Aptly named Olympics star, Usain ___:

BOLT

3d. "This doesn't ___ well for him" (hint of things to come):

BODE

4d. A big mess:

SNAFU

4a. Rational, level headed:

SANE

5d. Legendary writer of fables such as "The Tortoise and the Hare":

AESOP

6d. A gritty, dark crime film genre:

NOIR

7d. Captivates, or inflames with passion:

ENAMORS

8d. "I tend to ___ a lot of money when there's a sale":

SPEND

8a. One of many sources of light in the night sky:

STAR

9d. Knock or pat gently:

TAP

10d. Muhammad ___, legendary boxer:

ALI

11d. Predator of elephants in "Arabian Nights" which becomes a menace for Sinbad:

ROC

12a. Sticky, oozy stuff:

GOO

13a. Gas used in brightly-colored signs:

NEON

14a. ___ Alto, California:

PALO

15a. The opposite of young:

OLD

16a. Continent where the Himalayas are located:

ASIA

17a. Of grand scale:

EPIC

18a. "One small ____, one giant leap for mankind," what 31a was initially thought to have said upon landing on the Moon: 3 wds.:

STEPFORMAN

19d. Dr. ___, a psychologist who hosts a self-titled show:

PHIL

20d. "You have ___ to learn!" (much more):

ALOT

21a. "___, two, three, four" (Drill sergeant's "one"):

HUP

22a. A golden ___, a hit song from the past:

OLDIE

23d. Dr. Frankenstein's assistant:

IGOR

24d. German "a," as in Mozart's "___ Kleine Nachtmusik":

EINE

25d. Comes before two:

ONE

25a. Prefix that comes before "present" or "bus":

OMNI

26d. Sound a cat makes:

MEOW

27d. El ___, a weather phenomenon that sometimes causes cyclones:

NINO

28d. Subway sandwich that shares its initials with the New York subway: Abbr.:

BMT

28a. "Man" or "Dude" in a frat, say:

BRO

29a. ___ Carangi, a fashion model who was considered the first supermodel:

GIA

30d. "Four score and seven years ___...":

AGO

31a. Astronaut who became the first man to set foot on the Moon: 2 wds.:

NEILARMSTRONG

32d. Organisation whose website has a "Know Your Rights" tab: Abbr.:

ACLU

33d. Area inside the 20, in football: 2 wds.:

REDZONE

34d. Crucifixion symbol:

ROOD

35a. A massive period of time:

EON

36a. Belgian winter hours: Abbr.:

CET

37a. Layered cookie made by Nabisco:

OREO

38a. "How much wood ___ a woodchuck chuck":

WOULD

39d. German submarine in WWII that heavily featured in the battle of the Atlantic: Hyph.:

UBOAT

40d. "Why ___ log into my account?": 2 wds.:

CANTI

40a. Money man in a corporation: Abbr.:

CFO

41d. To swing one's arms around wildly:

FLAIL

42a. Astronaut who partnered 31a on the moon mission and became the second person to walk on it: 2 wds.:

BUZZALDRIN

43d. Whiz by:

ZOOM

44d. Evaluate something with stars, say:

RATE

45d. "You lose, ___!": 2 wds.:

IWIN

46d. "On a ___-to-know basis":

NEED

47d. "___ only a matter of time":

ITS

47a. "I can wait, I'm ___ hurry": 2 wds.:

INNO

48d. Pecan or cashew:

NUT

49d. Organization of which the LA Lakers and Miami Heat are a part: Abbr.:

NBA

50a. ___ Chaplin, actress who played Robb Stark's wife in "Game of Thrones":

OONA

51a. Struck with amazement, in ___ of something:

AWE

52a. Big brass wind instrument:

TUBA

53a. "It was someone else!" (Wasn't me): 2 wds.:

NOTI

54a. Often worn with a suit:

TIE

55a. Sports figure, for short:

STAT

56a. ___ Jannings, actor who won the first "Best Actor" Oscar:

EMIL

57a. The conclusion of something:

END
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