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Oman - Level 1119

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1d. University assignment, for short:

PROJ

1a. Place with drinks and a live band, maybe:

PUB

2d. Opposite of "redo" on a computer:

UNDO

3d. Birthday or new year party, e.g.:

BASH

4d. Company behind the upcoming all-electric battery-powered sports car Roadster:

TESLA

4a. V-neck or polo, for short:

TEE

5d. Swiss mathematician Leonhard ___:

EULER

6d. "Dirty John" actor Bana:

ERIC

7d. Strong wind sometimes accompanied by rain and thunder:

STORM

7a. Exchange phone numbers, e.g.:

SWAP

8d. Hand motion to bid farewell:

WAVE

9d. Informal term for a guitar (also a lumberjack's tool):

AXE

10d. What a brooch would have that lets you attach it to a garment:

PIN

11a. Polymeric molecule essential in expression of genes: Abbr.:

RNA

12a. Amsterdam's continent, for short:

EUR

13a. Car for hire:

TAXI

14a. Ingests too much of a drug, for short:

ODS

15a. With very less fat in the body:

SLIM

16d. "___ Secretary," Tea Leoni starrer CBS show:

MADAM

17a. Appliance essential for baking:

OVEN

18a. "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold" author, whose ten books have been adapted into films: 3 wds.:

JOHNLECARRE

19d. Film ___ (film genre with dark themes):

NOIR

20d. Meat-based sauce that goes with pasta:

RAGU

21a. Paddling tool on a boat:

OAR

22a. Flood preventer:

DAM

23d. "With ___ due respect...":

ALL

23a. Big German automobile brand:

AUDI

24d. Sharjah country: Abbr.:

UAE

25d. Professionals who practice medicine: Abbr.:

DRS

26d. Physics, Chemistry and Biology together, for short:

SCI

26a. Hang lifelessly:

SAG

27d. Brooklyn ___, affluent neighborhood in New York City: Abbr.:

HTS

27a. Color or shade:

HUE

28d. The website address you type in a browser: Abbr.:

URL

29d. Organ protected by sunglasses:

EYE

30a. American novelist whose 1985 novel "Lonesome Dove" won the Pulitzer Prize and whose six novels were adapted into films: 2 wds.:

LARRYMCMURTRY

31d. Time in the past, poetically:

YORE

32d. Viral infection affecting the salivary glands:

MUMPS

33d. Reward's partner:

RISK

34a. Anne Hathaway musical drama film "___ Miserables":

LES

35a. "Yes" in French:

OUI

36a. Small patch of land with water all around:

ISLE

37d. Book of maps:

ATLAS

37a. Limb with the hand:

ARM

38d. Above or ___:

BELOW

38a. Public transport option:

BUS

39d. Unfasten a knot:

UNTIE

40d. Very many, with "of":

SLEW

40a. American author described as the "King of Horror" with the most number of book to film adaptations: 2 wds.:

STEPHENKING

41d. Long walk, recreationally:

HIKE

42d. Former American radio host Don ___:

IMUS

43d. "Project Apollo" space agency: Abbr.:

NASA

44d. Became bigger naturally:

GREW

45d. Basket to put unwanted stuff in:

BIN

45a. Matador's opponent:

BULL

46d. Hawaiian stringed instrument, for short:

UKE

47a. Sandy sediment:

SILT

48a. Month that heralds spring, for short:

MAR

49a. Swedish furniture brand founded by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943:

IKEA

50a. Japanese common carp:

KOI

51a. Single-___ (like toilet paper):

USE

52a. CNN or BBC's prime feature:

NEWS

53a. Sheepy missus:

EWE

54a. See-___ (park attraction):

SAW
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