Crossword Explorer Panama - Level 597

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Panama - Level 597

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1d. Eager and enthusiastic, like some fans:

AVID

1a. Stubborn load-bearing animal:

ASS

2d. iPhone assistant:

SIRI

3d. ___ Fifth Avenue (luxury department store):

SAKS

4d. Vast body of water which is smaller than an ocean:

SEA

4a. Living room furniture for a couch potato:

SOFA

5d. Advanced in years:

OLD

6d. Put one's ___ down (to stay firm):

FOOT

7d. Heavenly creature with wings:

ANGEL

8d. Play a part in a movie, say:

ACT

8a. Eve's partner in Eden:

ADAM

9d. Consisting of two parts, like some phone cameras:

DUAL

10d. "Were you ___ to get in touch with your mother?":

ABLE

11d. Make the acquaintance of:

MEET

12a. Word on a travel schedule which means passing through a certain place:

VIA

13a. ___ Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX:

ELON

14a. Ice ___ (block of ice one may add to a drink):

CUBE

15a. Annoy or irritate someone:

IRK

16a. "Hachi: ___," movie starring Richard Gere that is based on a true story of a dog named Hachiko: 3 wds.:

ADOGSTALE

17d. Catch sight of:

SEE

18a. Chicago's famous deep-___ pizza:

DISH

19d. Genre for spooky films:

HORROR

20a. Casual buttonless shirt:

TEE

21a. "Live and ___ live.":

LET

22a. Sleepy looking bird with nocturnal vision:

OWL

23d. ___-Mart Stores (former name of the retail chain):

WAL

24d. Tell a false story:

LIE

25a. Astrological sign symbolized by a lion:

LEO

26d. Oscar-winning movie "No Country for ___": 2 wds.:

OLDMEN

27d. Sound booster used at a rock concert, for short:

AMP

27a. Katie Holmes starrer "Don't Be ___ of the Dark":

AFRAID

28d. Miles away:

FAR

29d. Color applied on hair:

DYE

30a. Drag a bulky object with great difficulty:

LUG

31d. Rule enforcer on the football field, for short:

UMP

32d. "I don't ___ it." ("I don't understand."):

GET

33a. Movie starring Owen Wilson that is based on the true story of writer John Grogan's dog: 3 wds.:

MARLEYANDME

34d. Woodcutter's tool:

AXE

35d. ___ Zealand (Auckland's country):

NEW

36a. ___ and con (sides in a debate):

PRO

37a. "As a dependant she is ___ from income taxes." (free from the obligation):

EXEMPT

38a. Old cloth used for cleaning:

RAG

39d. Boxer Laila ___:

ALI

40d. Well-bred men, for short:

GENTS

41a. Female sheep:

EWE

42d. Event for which a high schooler may rent a limo or a tuxedo or both:

PROM

42a. Holding hands in public, e.g.: Abbr.:

PDA

43d. Jurassic Park creature, for short:

DINO

44d. Tiny hard-working insects:

ANTS

45a. Filmmaker Ang or action hero Bruce:

LEE

46d. British prep school that Prince Harry attended:

ETON

47a. Short periods of sleep:

NAPS

48d. Gateway ___ (St. Louis landmark):

ARCH

49d. Trim or cut off something:

PARE

50d. Uncomfortable eyelid sore:

STYE

51a. "Finding ___," movie based on the true story of the rescue dog that went on to appear in over 25 Hollywood movies: 3 wds.:

RINTINTIN

52d. Tiny ___ (little kid):

TOT

53d. "What would ___ without you?": 2 wds.:

IDO

54d. At this very moment:

NOW

55a. A type of race:

RAT

56a. "Can we move ___ the next chapter?": 2 wds.:

ONTO

57a. "What am I ___?": 2 wds.:

TODO

58a. Julie Covington's "Don't ___ for Me Argentina":

CRY

59a. "She was the ___ brilliant person in her class." (greatest):

MOST

60a. "___ White and the Seven Dwarfs":

SNOW

61a. Laugh syllable:

HEE
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