Crossword Explorer Mongolia - Level 1337

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Mongolia - Level 1337

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1d. Move with force:

PUSH

1a. Insta upload, informally:

PIC

2d. Sir ___ Newton, famous scientist:

ISAAC

3d. Larger relative of a violin:

CELLO

4d. Mighty Joe Young, for one:

APE

4a. Half-moon shapes:

ARCS

5d. Decay or putrefy like a fruit:

ROT

6d. Salmon known as "silvers":

COHO

7d. Thick chunk of cheese:

SLAB

8d. Singer of "U Remind Me" (2001):

USHER

8a. Food-inspection organization: Abbr.:

USDA

9d. Original Beatles bassist ___ Sutcliffe, lovingly:

STU

10d. Unpleasant or annoying noise:

DIN

11d. Painting or sculpture, e.g.:

ART

12a. "___ me" (words on a trash bin):

USE

13a. Ball and cue game:

POOL

14a. ___ up trouble (create problems):

STIR

15a. ___ Mineo, Oscar-nominated actor of "Rebel Without a Cause":

SAL

16a. Fictional spy played by Tom Cruise in "Mission: Impossible" film series: 2 wds.:

ETHANHUNT

17d. ___ Hill (posh area in San Francisco):

NOB

18a. Ring of light indicating saintliness:

HALO

19d. Black cat, for some:

OMEN

20a. Clarinet-like instrument with double reed:

OBOE

21a. Book of cartoon strips:

COMIC

22d. Fleming, creator of 50a:

IAN

23d. "Big Girls Don't ___" (Fergie song):

CRY

24a. Dan ___, author of "The Da Vinci Code" and "Angels and Demons":

BROWN

25d. ___-Wan Kenobi ("Star Wars" character):

OBI

26d. Director Anderson of "Isle of Dogs":

WES

27d. Slangy opposite of "yeah":

NAH

28a. James ___ Jones, actor of "Field of Dreams":

EARL

29d. Type of electrical light that is long-lasting: Abbr.:

LED

30a. "Who Wants to ___ Millionaire?": 2 wds.:

BEA

31d. Mason ___ (pantry container):

JAR

31a. Fictional spy portrayed by Rowan Atkinson in a series of parody films: 2 wds.:

JOHNNYENGLISH

32d. Neruda's "____ to the Sea":

ODE

33d. "Shallow ___," 2001 Gwyneth Paltrow movie:

HAL

34d. "Happy ___ Year!":

NEW

35d. Mop & ___ (cleaning brand):

GLO

36d. Unsteady gait:

LIMP

37a. Palindromic acronym for the professional organization for dentists: Abbr.:

ADA

38a. Sandwich shop that sounds like India's capital:

DELI

39a. Record again, captain-style:

RELOG

40d. Newspaper essays: Hyph.:

OPEDS

41d. Neon or helium, e.g.:

GAS

42a. "Wonder ___," 2017 film in which Gal Gadot played the title role:

WOMAN

43d. Main artery in the body:

AORTA

44d. Comes closer:

NEARS

45a. Jack, who replaced Allen on "The Tonight Show":

PAAR

46d. Lie adjacent to another:

ABUT

47d. Santa ___, county seat of Sonoma County in California:

ROSA

48a. Keats or Yeats:

POET

49d. Heavy, durable timber:

TEAK

50d. Word that may follow "traffic" or "strawberry":

JAM

50a. Fictional spy portrayed by actors such as Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan: 2 wds.:

JAMESBOND

51d. Female robot in "Ex Machina":

AVA

52d. Open-___ night (comedy club offering):

MIC

53d. Fish catching device:

NET

54d. Dr. ___ (rapper and founder of Beats Electronics):

DRE

55a. Actress Issa of "Little":

RAE

56a. Keen, as a sports buff:

AVID

57a. ___-friendly (something that is easy to utilize):

USER

58a. La-la lead in:

TRA

59a. Computers with Apple cores:

MACS

60a. Actor Larenz of "Girls Trip":

TATE

61a. Make inquiries:

ASK
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