Crossword Explorer Panama - Level 613

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Panama - Level 613

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1d. Minor quarrel:

TIFF

1a. "___ Gun" (Tom Cruise movie):

TOP

2d. "Creme sandwich" introduced over a century ago:

OREO

3d. ___ pressure (social circle):

PEER

4d. Short and sweet:

BRIEF

4a. Raised, as cattle:

BRED

5d. ___ brothers, director duo of "Avengers: Endgame":

RUSSO

6d. Fix sentences with sloppy grammar and punctuations:

EDIT

7d. Copenhagen's country, for short:

DEN

8d. 2016 animated movie by Disney featuring voices of Dwayne Johnson and Nicole Scherzinger:

MOANA

8a. "You've Got ___," Tom Hanks movie which released in 1998:

MAIL

9d. "Alice's Restaurant" singer Guthrie:

ARLO

10d. Tracy Marrow's rapper name: Hyph.:

ICET

11d. Highland girl:

LASS

12a. Explosive emotion:

IRE

13a. Discourteous:

RUDE

14a. Killer whale:

ORCA

15a. Service charge:

FEE

16a. "Love ____ the Air": 2 wds.:

ISIN

17a. Hearty brews:

ALES

18a. "___ Gump," Tom Hanks movie based on a novel by Winston Groom which released in 1994:

FORREST

19d. Fashion designer Gernreich:

RUDI

20d. "___ challenge," viral sensation that involved a person dancing next to a moving car:

KIKI

20a. Units of nautical speed:

KNOTS

21a. ET carrier: Abbr.:

UFO

22d. Month after Valentine's day, for short:

MAR

22a. "Mamma ___!," 2008 movie starring Pierce Brosnan in which Tom Hanks has been credited as an executive producer:

MIA

23d. Aesop's "The ___ in the Lion's Skin":

ASS

23a. The "A" in DNA:

ACID

24d. Steve Roger's character in Marvel Universe, affectionately:

CAP

25d. Batman's villain Poison ___:

IVY

26d. Take your pick:

OPT

26a. Wine barrel wood:

OAK

27d. Transmit a quick message through a phone line, for short (rhymes with wax):

FAX

27a. The ___ Four (Beatles' homage band):

FAB

28d. Lunched or brunched:

ATE

29d. "Gone Girl" actor Affleck:

BEN

30a. "___ Ryan," Tom Hanks movie directed by Steven Spielberg which released in 1998: 2 wds.:

SAVINGPRIVATE

31d. ____ and cranny (corner):

NOOK

32d. Oxygen and nitrogen, for example:

GAS

33d. Unit of electromotive force:

VOLT

34a. Austin Powers, for one:

SPY

35a. Breakfast morsel:

OAT

36a. Animal name that ends with "X" but the plural does not end with "s":

OXEN

37d. "It ___ to me..." (looks like):

SEEMS

37a. Desperate Morse message: Abbr.:

SOS

38d. Office chair known as "America's best-selling chair" or study of flying machines, for short:

AERON

38a. "... with liberty and justice for ____":

ALL

39d. Long-handled spoon for serving soup:

LADLE

40d. "___ Away," survival film starring Tom Hanks and Helen Hunt:

CAST

40a. Battle ___, Michigan (city in U.S.):

CREEK

41d. ___ Wilson, spouse of Tom Hanks who also appeared in the movie mentioned in 43a:

RITA

42d. Prime minister between Churchill and MacMillan, Anthony ___:

EDEN

43d. A or B, for a cassette:

SIDE

43a. "Sleepless in ___," Tom Hanks movie starring Meg Ryan which released in 1993: 2 wds.:

SEATTLE

44d. Newcastle's river:

TYNE

45d. "Fruit of the ___" (clothing brand):

LOOM

46d. Currency used in most countries across a continent:

EURO

47a. Executive's confidante:

AIDE

48d. Fantasy comedy movie starring Tom Hanks which released in 1988:

BIG

48a. Frequent flyer:

BIRD

49a. "Catch Me If ___ Can," movie starring Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio:

YOU

50a. Stalk in the garden:

STEM

51a. More than a role model:

IDOL

52a. "Neither here ___ there":

NOR

53a. Summer shades that may fade by fall:

TANS

54a. ___ Hackman, actor of "Behind Enemy Lines":

GENE

55a. Genre of rock's Fall Out Boy:

EMO
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