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Monaco - Level 1024

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1d. Tag words during a sale which means without warranty: 2 wds:

ASIS

1a. Curved shapes like that of a rainbow:

ARCS

2d. Monthly payment for an apartment, say:

RENT

3d. Place for a cappuccino:

CAFE

4d. Body part also called belly that may get upset at times:

STOMACH

5d. Shortly or in a little while, say:

SOON

5a. Mud bath locale:

SPA

6d. Storyline that may thicken with time:

PLOT

7d. Sum up:

ADD

8a. Sitting space in a car, say:

SEAT

9d. Hope towards achieving something:

ASPIRE

9a. Gardner in "Mogambo":

AVA

10d. Flight connection word which means by way of:

VIA

11d. Bit of pond slime:

ALGA

12d. Sharp slapping blow which also means long hit in baseball:

SWAT

12a. Auctioneer's closing word:

SOLD

13a. Facts you can google, for short:

INFO

14a. American biographical drama film of 1983 starring Meryl Streep which is inspired by the life of a nuclear whistleblower, Karen:

SILKWOOD

15d. Barbie's fictional counterpart:

KEN

16a. Rose plant might have thorns on this part:

STEM

17a. Miss Universe competition, e.g.:

PAGEANT

18a. "___ Baba and the Forty Thieves" (popular folk tale):

ALI

19d. Hawaiian souvenir:

LEI

20a. Crumb-carrying tiny insect:

ANT

21d. System that connects producers and consumers within the food system: Abbr.:

CSA

21a. Musical event that may be held in a stadium or an arena:

CONCERT

22d. Alley-___ (looping pass in a play):

OOP

23d. "Morning Edition" airer: Abbr.:

NPR

24d. Cough syrup amount, for short:

TSP

25d. Teen's bane and skin trouble, informally:

ZIT

25a. Skip over, as ads:

ZAP

26d. Top card that can beat the king:

ACE

27d. What "p" stands for in "mph":

PER

28a. American drama film of 1982 starring Meryl Streep which is an adaptation of a novel of the same name by William Styron: 2 wds.:

SOPHIESCHOICE

29d. Ottawa's country:

CANADA

30d. Make haste or cause to go quickly:

HIE

31d. Expected goods that are not yet delivered: 2 wds.:

ONORDER

32a. The cruelest month according to T.S. Eliot, for short:

APR

33a. Picasso or Vincent Van Gogh, e.g.:

PAINTER

34d. "___ Reader", magazine named for its co-founder:

UTNE

34a. The Statue of Liberty stands in this country: Abbr.:

USA

35d. Use a needle and thread and do some stitching, say:

SEW

36d. Got older:

AGED

37a. Opposite of paleo-:

NEO

38d. Pupil's place:

IRIS

38a. Former Acura model:

INTEGRA

39d. "It's ___ of your business":

NONE

40d. Kylo ___ of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens":

REN

41a. David Schwimmer's character in "Friends":

ROSS

42d. Sluggish flow of blood, say:

OOZE

43d. Popular assistant with an IOS platform:

SIRI

44d. ___ Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man and Iron Man:

STAN

45d. Chemical suffix with "ox" or "brom":

IDE

45a. American Drama film of 1987 starring Meryl Streep which is based on William Kennedy's novel of the same name:

IRONWEED

46a. What "DI" stands for in "DIY": 2 wds.:

DOIT

47a. Have supper:

DINE

48a. It's in our genes: Abbr.:

DNA

49a. "Fantastic Beasts" actor, Miller:

EZRA

50a. Suffix with "Japan" and "Vietnam":

ESE

51a. Strap used to guide a horse:

REIN
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