Crossword Explorer Poland - Level 637

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Poland - Level 637

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1d. Indoor plant's habitat:

POT

1a. Friends, informally:

PALS

2d. Like an ardent stamp collector or book reader:

AVID

3d. "Summertime Sadness" singer ___ Del Rey:

LANA

4d. "12 Years a ___," 2013 biographical period drama film adapted from the 1853 memoir of the same name, whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer:

SLAVE

5d. "D" in DJ:

DISC

5a. Poorly lit:

DIM

6d. Trap during the winter: 2 wds.:

ICEIN

7d. "Have ___!" ("Have a heart!"):

MERCY

8d. "Pirates of the Caribbean: ___ Man's Chest," 2006 swashbuckler film starring Johnny Depp, whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer:

DEAD

8a. ___-com company (Internet-based):

DOT

9d. Shrek or Fiona, e.g.:

OGRE

10d. ___, Dick and Harry:

TOM

11a. Egg-shaped:

OVAL

12d. "Blade ___ 2049," 2017 sci-fi film starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch:

RUNNER

12a. Well consumed grain in Asia:

RICE

13a. Sense of one's own worth:

EGO

14a. "What's Love Got to Do with It" singer Turner:

TINA

15a. ___ guide (product manual):

USER

16a. Body part with the biceps:

ARM

17a. "The ___," 2006 thriller film based on Dan Brown's novel of the same name whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer: 3 wds.:

DAVINCICODE

18d. State with the Hawkeye Point:

IOWA

19d. Prefix used with "potent" to mean all-powerful:

OMNI

20a. Extremely long period of time:

EON

21a. Queens-based MLB team: Abbr.:

NYM

22d. Mel ___, legendary baseball player nicknamed "Master Melvin":

OTT

22a. Be indebted to:

OWE

23d. "___ so serious?," the Joker's remark from the film in 31a:

WHY

24d. Suffix with "mountain" to mean the person who climbs it:

EER

25a. "The Royal Tenenbaums" director ___ Anderson:

WES

26d. Home of the clouds:

SKY

27a. Gone ___ (crazy):

NUTS

28d. Word of disgust:

UGH

29d. Frequent sentence-starting article:

THE

30d. Piggie's muddy pen:

STY

31a. 2008 film based on the superhero Batman whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard: 3 wds.:

THEDARKKNIGHT

32d. ___ test (what professional athletes routinely undergo):

DOPE

33d. Dog shelter:

KENNEL

34d. "Every ___ and cranny...":

NOOK

35a. Novice in a field:

TYRO

36a. Petty officer in the navy:

YEO

37a. Pink Floyd song "___ You":

HEY

38a. "Frontline" channel: Abbr.:

PBS

39d. "___ Hawk Down," 2001 war film about the 1993 raid in Mogadishu by the U.S. military, whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer:

BLACK

40d. Informal word used after yes or no, for emphasis:

SIREE

41a. Neither's logical companion:

NOR

42d. Cracks or splits:

RIFTS

43d. "Crimson ___," 1995 submarine film starring Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman, whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer:

TIDE

43a. 2019 musical drama animated film that tells the story of a young lion cub Simba, whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer: 3 wds.:

THELIONKING

44d. 50 Cent song "In da ___":

HOOD

45d. Just the one:

ONLY

46d. "Montana Sky" author Roberts:

NORA

47d. "As ___ as It Gets," 1997 romcom film starring Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt, whose music was composed by Hans Zimmer:

GOOD

48d. ___ Dylan, first musician to win the Nobel Prize in Literature:

BOB

48a. Short introduction about a person, briefly:

BIO

49a. Famous Danish architect ___ Jacobsen:

ARNE

50a. Trick someone, say:

FOOL

51d. Drain unclogging compound:

LYE

52a. Prefix with "meter" to mean the device that measures the distance traveled by a vehicle:

ODO

53a. Word before "phone" or after "prison":

CELL

54a. Eric Bana and Brad Pitt starrer historical drama film:

TROY

55a. Bon Jovi song "___ of Roses":

BED

56a. Under lock and ___ (secure):

KEY

57a. "Cherish the Day" singer:

SADE
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