Crossword Explorer Nepal - Level 720

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Nepal - Level 720

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1d. "The ___ Four," a nickname of the Beatles:

FAB

1a. Chicken or pheasant:

FOWL

2d. Spanish for "gold":

ORO

3d. Charlotte's creation in a children's novel:

WEB

4d. Singer-songwriter whose song "Shallow" from the movie "A Star Is Born" won her an Oscar in 2018: 2 wds.:

LADYGAGA

5d. Home that could melt?:

IGLOO

5a. The "I" in T.G.I.F.:

ITS

6d. Japan's Matcha or Britain's Earl Grey:

TEA

7d. Daughter's brother:

SON

8d. Business agreement:

DEAL

8a. Numbers to crunch:

DATA

9d. In addition:

ALSO

10d. Something you do with a coin or veggies in a wok:

TOSS

11d. Fire ___ (pests that can sting):

ANTS

12a. Length times width:

AREA

13a. Earth-related prefix before "thermal":

GEO

14a. PayPal co-founder ___ Musk:

ELON

15a. Singer-songwriter whose song "Things Have Changed" from the movie "Wonder Boys" won him an Oscar in 2000: 2 wds.:

BOBDYLAN

16d. Currency exchanged between two Osakans:

YEN

17a. Manager's helper: Abbr.:

ASST

18a. Petty officer in the US Navy, briefly:

YEO

19d. Manhattan's ___ Drive (named after a President): Abbr.:

FDR

19a. Dental cord?:

FLOSS

20d. ___ Moines (capital of Iowa):

DES

20a. Identified a medical condition, say:

DIAGNOSED

21d. Misfortunes:

ILLS

22d. Share a border with:

ABUT

23d. Fragrant trail?:

SCENT

24d. ___, nose, and throat doctor:

EAR

25a. Actor Idris ___ a.k.a. DJ Big Driis:

ELBA

26a. Netflix series "Altered ___":

CARBON

27d. "The Curious Case of ___ Button":

BENJAMIN

28d. Crossword cookie:

OREO

29d. American poet Ogden ___:

NASH

30a. Slimy snail cousin without a shell:

SLUG

31d. ___ Gunderson of "The Simpsons":

GIL

31a. Country also called Deutschland, for short:

GER

32a. Significant stretches in time:

ERAS

33d. Nine-digit ID: Abbr.:

SSN

34a. Soviet leader Joseph ___:

STALIN

35d. Walking unit:

LEG

36a. Loch ___ monster:

NESS

37a. Singer-songwriter whose song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" from the movie "The Lion King" won him an Oscar in 1994: 2 wds.:

ELTONJOHN

38d. Alexander Pope's "An Essay ___": 2 wds.:

ONMAN

39d. Old measurement agency: Abbr.:

NBS

40d. Free from danger:

SAFE

40a. Small stem from a plant:

SPRIG

41d. Piece of property:

PLOT

42d. ___ avis (rare bird):

RARA

43d. Tattooist's fluids:

INKS

44a. Hoopster's sports organization: Abbr.:

NBA

45a. Music composer and songwriter ___ Menken whose song "Under the Sea" from the movie "The Little Mermaid" won him an Oscar in 1989:

ALAN

46d. Value after addition:

SUM

46a. Singer-songwriter whose song "Writing's on the Wall" from the movie "Spectre" won him an Oscar in 2015: 2 wds.:

SAMSMITH

47d. "Te ___" (Spanish confession):

AMO

48d. Suffix with "chlor":

IDE

49d. ___-Mex (Southwestern cuisine):

TEX

50d. Beach accessory:

HAT

51a. Salad picking cutlery item:

FORK

52a. Actress Thurman of "The Truth About Cats & Dogs":

UMA

53a. Light bulb, figuratively:

IDEA

54a. Airport announcements: Abbr.:

ETAS

55a. Day that follows the weekend, for short:

MON

56a. ___ generation (ones who come after):

NEXT
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