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Mongolia - Level 1346

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1d. Singer Solange Knowles' hairstyle:

AFRO

1a. Play a role in a movie:

ACT

2d. Revolt leading to the overthrow of existing authority:

COUP

3d. Suffix with "ring" to mean the tune that plays for an incoming phone call:

TONE

4d. One portion of a circle:

ARC

4a. Electric current units, for short:

AMPS

5d. "So average!" exclamation:

MEH

6d. Number of strokes a golfer should require to complete one hole:

PARS

7d. James Bond and Johnny English:

SPIES

8d. Wager:

BET

8a. Michael Jackson's album with the hit song "Smooth Criminal":

BAD

9d. Imaginary line through an object around which it rotates:

AXIS

10d. Native of Denmark:

DANE

11a. ___ Fighters, Grammy-winning band founded by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl:

FOO

12a. "___ the benefits..." (get something good as a result of previous actions):

REAP

13a. Test at school:

EXAM

14d. The upper limit, for short:

MAX

15a. Make a dash for it, say:

RUN

16a. ___ Aguilera, five-time Grammy-winning singer whose latest album "Liberation" came out in 2018:

CHRISTINA

17d. World's largest low-cost carrier, headquartered in Dallas: Abbr.:

SWA

18a. Like a shop in the morning hours:

OPEN

19d. "Lone Wolf McQuade" actor Chuck ___:

NORRIS

20a. Stitch a hem:

SEW

21a. New Netflix original series "___ Education":

SEX

22a. Queen's song "Good ___-Fashioned Lover Boy":

OLD

23d. "Aloha" garland:

LEI

24d. American anti-drug smuggling agency: Abbr.:

DEA

25a. Crocker Art Museum city in California, for short:

SAC

26d. Aladdin's conveyance up in the air:

CARPET

27d. Kourtney Kardashian's alma mater: Abbr.:

SMU

27a. "The Iron Lady" actress Meryl ___:

STREEP

28d. Skin shade after a sunbath:

TAN

29d. Most valuable academic degree: Abbr.:

PHD

30a. Midriff muscle that comes in packs, for short:

ABS

31d. Insect that could be a bumble or honey:

BEE

32d. Country with Damascus as capital, for short:

SYR

33a. Five-time Grammy-winning singer whose latest album "Caution" came out in 2018: 2 wds.:

MARIAHCAREY

34d. Baseball headgear:

CAP

35d. Fourth month of the year, for short:

APR

36a. Stanford or MIT, for short:

UNI

37a. Dressed well and looking stylish:

DAPPER

38a. Sean Penn starrer drama film "I Am ___":

SAM

39d. "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" boxing legend:

ALI

40d. What superheroes wear to hide their identities:

MASKS

41a. Opposite of "post" (time-wise):

PRE

42d. Sooty by-product of a fire:

ASH

42a. "___ result..." (because of): 2 wds.:

ASA

43d. Where thorns grow on a plant:

STEM

44d. "A" in UAE:

ARAB

45a. Victory ___ (winner's celebratory extra round):

LAP

46d. Sensation after a wasp sting:

PAIN

47a. Device meant to catch something off-guard:

TRAP

48d. Obnoxious odor:

REEK

49d. What you need to go on a treasure hunt: 2 wds.:

AMAP

50d. Charlie ___, American singer whose latest album "Voicenotes" came out in 2018:

PUTH

51a. Barbra ___, ten-time Grammy-winning singer whose latest album "Walls" came out in 2018:

STREISAND

52d. Pilot's announcement before landing: Abbr.:

ETA

53d. Rap group on which the film "Straight Outta Compton" is based: Abbr.:

NWA

54d. Saucy side?:

DIP

55a. Flightless bird that's a native of Australia and is the second-largest living bird:

EMU

56a. Warm something up in the oven:

HEAT

57a. Another flightless bird much smaller in size and a native of New Zealand:

KIWI

58a. "___ humble pie" (admit one's mistake):

EAT

59a. CEO's qualification, perhaps: Abbr.:

MBA

60a. Break, as a twig:

SNAP

61a. Most commonly used unit of speed on traffic signs internationally: Abbr.:

KPH
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