Crossword Explorer New Zealand - Level 972

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New Zealand - Level 972

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1d. "Maid of Athens, ___ we part" by Lord Byron:

ERE

1a. Santa's helper:

ELF

2d. Experiment zone for scientists, for short:

LAB

3d. Month of love?:

FEBRUARY

4d. Collective gasps:

SIGHS

4a. Fluid in plants:

SAP

5d. Farm unit:

ACRE

6d. Prince in Disney's "Sleeping Beauty":

PHILLIP

7d. New ___ (modern spiritualists, e.g.):

AGERS

7a. Calista Flockhart's much loved character from a legal comedy-drama who is a lawyer at the fictional firm "Cage and Fish":

ALLY

8d. Highway division:

LANE

9d. Low-cal or "Diet" (word on some soda labels):

LITE

10d. Knitting material:

YARN

11a. Singer Carly ____ Jepsen:

RAE

12d. Sprint, e.g.:

RACE

12a. Well-off:

RICH

13a. Earth goddess for the Greeks:

GAIA

14a. Receding movement of a tide:

EBB

15a. Prefix with culture:

AGRI

16a. ___'acte (intermission):

ENTR

17a. Jennifer Aniston's character from her decade long show, who gave the world one of the most popular hairstyles in history: 2 wds.:

RACHELGREEN

18d. Tel ___, Israel:

AVIV

19d. "He held her ___ for what felt like an eternity" (looked at each other):

GAZE

20d. When repeated, a Hawaiian fish:

MAHI

20a. Purplish shades:

MAUVES

21d. "A" in USNA, for short (a college or university):

ACAD

22a. Vegas opener:

LAS

23a. Antioxidant-rich berry:

ACAI

24d. Baton Rouge school: Abbr.:

LSU

24a. Tina Fey's character from her multiple award-winning series which was created by Fey herself:

LIZ

25d. "___ and lonely out here." (quite dreary): 3 wds.:

ITSSOSAD

25a. Rocks, to a bartender:

ICE

26d. Ancient British Isles settler:

CELT

27d. Cupid's counterpart:

EROS

28a. Gabriel Macht's character from a legal drama series who mentors Patrick J. Adams' character: 2 wds.:

HARVEYSPECTER

29d. Yale students:

ELIS

30d. John Lennon's creative partner in "Double Fantasy": 2 wds.:

YOKOONO

31d. It's tossed sometimes to aid in decision-making:

COIN

32a. Cliff Arquette's "Charlie Weaver, the wild old man from Mount ___":

IDY

33a. Pixar's 2017 film nominated in the animated short film category at the 90th Academy Awards:

LOU

34a. 1952 Winter Olympics site in Norway:

OSLO

35d. Artist Bob, who wrote "Make You Feel My Love":

DYLAN

35a. Cartoonist Browne who created "Hagar the Horrible":

DIK

36d. Lock of hair:

TRESS

36a. Plot ___ (surprises):

TWISTS

37d. Soap and rinse routine:

WASH

38d. Spinning toys:

TOPS

38a. James Gandolfini's Italian-American character loosely based on real-life New Jersey mobster Vincent "Vinny Ocean" Palermo: 2 wds.:

TONYSOPRANO

39d. Group concerned about petroleum, with Kuwait and Venezuela as members: Abbr.:

OPEC

40d. California wine valley:

NAPA

41d. Item in a movie scene:

PROP

42a. Birthstone for most Libras:

OPAL

43a. Miners' finds:

ORES

44a. "___ no more" ("I get it"):

SAY

45d. Previously:

AGO

46d. It's made in Japan:

YEN

47a. Hip-hop's "Salt-N-___":

PEPA

48a. ___ and nibble (small food items):

NOSH

49a. "Act your ___!" ("Be mature!"):

AGE

50a. Scrutinize:

SCAN

51a. Photo ___ (camera sessions):

OPS

52a. Jon Hamm's character from a hit period drama series which was inspired by many advertising greats:

DON
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