Crossword Explorer Mongolia - Level 1343

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Mongolia - Level 1343

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1d. Camera lens function for close-ups:

ZOOM

1a. Place for a "Do not feed the animals" sign:

ZOO

2d. Shout of distress: 2 wds.:

OHNO

3d. Superstitious foreshadowing:

OMEN

4d. Opposite of 'undos' (computer commands):

REDOS

4a. Urban omnivore that resides in sewers:

RAT

5d. Have identical opinions:

AGREE

6d. "Finally! The weekend!": Abbr.:

TGIF

7d. "___ Club," 1999 movie starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt:

FIGHT

7a. ___ A to Z (completely):

FROM

8d. Character's part in a play:

ROLE

9d. Is behind on payments:

OWES

10d. "Parenthood" and "Good Girls" actress, ___ Whitman:

MAE

11a. Electrical resistance unit:

OHM

12a. "Which came first, chicken or the ___?":

EGG

13a. Des Moines state:

IOWA

14a. "It's going to happen ___ of these days." (soon):

ONE

15a. Slow faucet leak:

DRIP

16d. Happy cats' sounds:

PURRS

17a. TV musical-comedy show set in William McKinley High School starring Jane Lynch:

GLEE

18a. The titular character's handler in the Emmy-winning 2018 dark comedy TV series "Barry," played by Stephen Root: 2 wds.:

MONROEFUCHES

19d. Impolite behavior:

RUDE

20d. Mozart's "___ Fan Tutte":

COSI

21a. "I could really ___ a hug" (when the mood is low):

USE

22a. Decay or putrefy, like a fruit:

ROT

23d. Freudian concept super-___:

EGO

23a. Popular children's writer Blyton:

ENID

24d. A car fresh from the showroom, e.g.:

NEW

25d. Holiday ___ (hotel brand):

INN

26d. Status ___ (existing state of affairs):

QUO

26a. Alphabetic trio following 'P':

QRS

27d. "On a scale of one to ___..":

TEN

27a. Inspiring talk show organization: Abbr.:

TED

28d. Have lunch:

EAT

29d. Double act:

DUO

30a. The titular character's acting teacher, portrayed by Henry Winkler, in the TV series in 18a: 2 wds.:

GENECOUSINEAU

31d. Oscar-winning star of the film "Moonstruck":

CHER

32d. Complies with instructions:

OBEYS

33d. "Every ___ and cranny" (small space):

NOOK

34a. "___ up to your mistakes..":

OWN

35a. Cable channel that airs the show in 18a, and other shows like "Game of Thrones": Abbr.:

HBO

36a. "Hold ___ memories.." (cherish the old days): 2 wds.:

ONTO

37d. "Lose ___ of the time" (be unaware of what time it is):

TRACK

37a. V-neck ___ (casual shirt):

TEE

38d. Exploratory mission, for short (informally):

RECON

38a. Brazilian tourist spot, ___ de Janeiro:

RIO

39d. Irritated, vexed:

IRKED

40d. Induce a yawn with dull talk:

BORE

40a. Complete name of the titular character in the TV series in 18a: 2 wds.:

BARRYBERKMAN

41d. Biggest continent of them all:

ASIA

42d. ___ farewell (said goodbye):

BADE

43d. "Gilmore Girls" actor ___ Ventimiglia:

MILO

44d. Amino ___, the building block of protein:

ACID

45d. "There is always enough for the ___ but never enough for the greed" (requirement):

NEED

46d. What you do with a needle and thread:

SEW

46a. Sammy ___, who hit his 600th home run in 2007:

SOSA

47a. Terminate the employment of someone (informally):

SACK

48a. Frozen H2O:

ICE

49a. Cartman of 'South Park':

ERIC

50a. Female deer, antelope or kangaroo:

DOE

51a. Tim Roth's American crime drama series "___ to Me":

LIE

52a. Fragile, physically:

WEAK

53a. "I'm at my wits' ___." (perplexed and upset):

END

54a. "The ___ Couple" (2015-2017 sitcom):

ODD
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