Crossword Explorer Portugal - Level 463

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Portugal - Level 463

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1d. Barely bright:

DIM

1a. Last D in DVD?:

DISC

2d. "This is what I think" expression: Abbr.:

IMO

3d. Male nickname that rhymes with "stew":

STU

4d. Vodka-based pink-colored cocktail, informally:

COSMO

5d. Most common mode of personal transport:

CAR

5a. Procedural forensics crime drama: Abbr.:

CSI

6d. Breaks into two, like a twig:

SNAPS

7d. Opposite of "output":

INPUT

8d. ___ Strauss & Co. (American clothing company):

LEVI

8a. Cut off a tree branch:

LOP

9d. Leave out while editing, say:

OMIT

10d. Small horse:

PONY

11a. "Are you saying that ___ blame for this mess?": 2 wds.:

IMTO

12a. ___ Arbor, city in Michigan:

ANN

13a. Sentimental musical genre:

EMO

14a. "The ___," murder mystery play written by Agatha Christie whose 25,000th performance took place in 2012:

MOUSETRAP

15d. Frightening, like a haunted house:

EERIE

16d. Lob a ball:

THROW

17a. "Riddick" actor Diesel:

VIN

18a. "That was so average" expression:

MEH

19a. One of the measures of water's goodness, say:

PURITY

20d. Actor Reynolds or Gosling:

RYAN

21d. Ancient eye cosmetic:

KOHL

21a. Big soup brand:

KNORR

22d. Have to have:

NEED

23a. Enclosure for pigs:

STY

24d. Group that encourages participation of parents in school: Abbr.:

PTA

24a. "The Tell-Tale Heart" writer Edgar Allan:

POE

25a. Particle with charge:

ION

26d. In mint condition:

NEW

27a. Former student of a university, for short:

ALUM

28d. The bitten apple for Apple, e.g.:

LOGO

29d. E pluribus ___ (motto of the United States):

UNUM

30d. Clive Owen starrer thriller "Children of ___":

MEN

31a. "And Then ___," Agatha Christie's best selling novel published in 1939 about a group of strangers who arrive as guests on a private island: 3 wds.:

THEREWERENONE

32d. Ear-splitting cry from a tiger:

ROAR

33d. "First Blood" protagonist John ___ (portrayed by Sylvester Stallone):

RAMBO

34d. Mistake, in judgement, say:

ERROR

35a. Italian architect and designer Rossi:

ALDO

36a. Nicolas Cage starrer crime drama "Lord of ___":

WAR

37a. Jump the ___ (do something before it's time):

GUN

38a. In the past:

AGO

39d. From the ___ (right from the start): Hyph.:

GETGO

40d. "On the ___ hand...":

OTHER

41a. 1983 comedy film starring Michael Keaton and Teri Garr: 2 wds.:

MRMOM

42d. Damp with liquid:

MOIST

43d. Like a surprise armed forces attack:

RAID

43a. Feel bad about a past deed:

REGRET

44d. Tickle Me ___:

ELMO

45d. Stare with mouth wide open:

GAPE

46a. Word from the crowd to express disapproval:

BOO

47a. Chicken ___ Kiev: 2 wds.:

ALA

48a. "Murder on ___ Express," Agatha Christie's detective novel published in 1934, which was adapted into a film starring Kenneth Branagh in 2017: 2 wds.:

THEORIENT

49d. Wapiti:

ELK

50d. Pharmaceutical company ___ Lilly:

ELI

51d. Mother Teresa was one:

NUN

52d. Make an effort:

TRY

53a. Little troublemaker:

IMP

54a. Jelly-like substance used in cosmetics:

GEL

55a. Stammer under intoxication:

SLUR

56a. John or Jane:

DOE

57a. Mork's planet in "Mork & Mindy":

ORK

58a. Extremely small:

TINY
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