Crossword Explorer Portugal - Level 461

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Portugal - Level 461

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1d. Winnie-the-___:

POOH

1a. Hole in the ground:

PIT

2d. Details about an upcoming event, for short:

INFO

3d. Solid white blocks made from soy milk:

TOFU

4d. Go inside through the door:

ENTER

4a. Organ that rhymes with the letter "I":

EYE

5d. Company that is one of the pioneers of Internet web search:

YAHOO

6d. Historical English school (anagram of "note"):

ETON

7d. Informal term to address a male friend, for short:

BRO

7a. Upper part of a bikini:

BRA

8d. Remy from "Ratatouille":

RAT

9d. Midriff muscles, for short:

ABS

10a. "Warzone" artist Yoko ___:

ONO

11a. International military alliance headquartered in Brussels: Abbr.:

NATO

12d. A factory's yield, e.g.:

OUTPUT

13d. ___ predator (shark, e.g.):

APEX

13a. A in UAE:

ARAB

14a. ___ the record (unofficial):

OFF

15a. "O Brother, Where Art ___?," George Clooney film:

THOU

16a. ___ and pans (kitchen essentials):

POTS

17a. "Little ___ Prairie," NBC TV series about a family living on a farm in the 1870s that ran from 1974 - 1983: 3 wds.:

HOUSEONTHE

18d. Moved quickly, as on a bike:

SPED

19d. ___ roadblock (be hindered): 2 wds.:

HITA

20a. "In favor" prefix:

PRO

21a. Animation studio that produced "Toy Story" and "Finding Nemo":

PIXAR

22d. Hong Kong's continent:

ASIA

23d. Platform for models to walk on at a fashion show:

RAMP

24d. Corn on the ___:

COB

24a. What a detective would investigate:

CASE

25d. "Split" and "Glass" actress ___ Taylor-Joy:

ANYA

26d. Plant's tiny and humble beginning:

SEED

27d. One of the two that helps you chew:

JAW

27a. Protrude outwards:

JUT

28a. See-___ (children's park attraction):

SAW

29d. "Scream" director ___ Craven:

WES

30a. CBS sitcom about a divorced mother raising two teenaged daughters that ran from 1975 to 1984: 5 wds.:

ONEDAYATATIME

31d. Taiwanese laptop maker:

ACER

32d. Nirvana hit "Come As ___": 2 wds.:

YOUARE

33d. Pants, for short:

TROU

34a. Greeting before going different ways:

BYE

35a. Milk-giving bovine that moos:

COW

36a. What Eminem does on the stage:

RAPS

37a. Fancy version of 34a:

ADIEU

38d. Mountain goat with big curved horns:

IBEX

39d. Pollution-free mode of transport that needs pedaling, informally:

CYCLE

39a. Top executive at a company responsible for its day-to-day running: Abbr.:

COO

40d. Meekly accepts orders:

OBEYS

41a. "The ___," ABC sitcom about a large blended family with six children that ran from 1969 - 1974: 2 wds.:

BRADYBUNCH

42d. Eurasian herb used to flavor food:

DILL

43d. Apollo 11 mission organization: Abbr.:

NASA

44d. Handy applause:

CLAP

45d. ___-and-seek (popular children's game):

HIDE

46d. "All in ___ Family," CBS sitcom about the life of a working-class father and his family that ran from 1971 - 1979:

THE

46a. Archaic and literary "you":

THEE

47d. Tool for weeding the garden:

HOE

48d. What you'd lend to listen to somebody:

EAR

49a. One of Asia's favorite staple grains:

RICE

50a. ___ Smith, Scottish author of "How to Be Both":

ALI

51a. Like some UFO sightings:

HOAX

52a. Character played by Donna Douglas in "The Beverly Hillbillies":

ELLY

53a. Despondent:

SAD

54a. "Auction" suffix to mean the person who conducts it:

EER

55a. Victor Hugo's novel "___ Miserables":

LES

56a. Tailless simian:

APE
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