Crossword Explorer Serbia - Level 1368

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Serbia - Level 1368

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1d. Judge's assistant or office worker, for short:

CLK

1a. One who designs your course in a restaurant:

CHEF

2d. "Boo-___" (weeping and sobbing sound):

HOO

3d. A bighead may have a big one (pomposity):

EGO

4d. Legumes and asparagus have a concentrated amount of this acid:

FOLIC

5d. Large amount or quantity of something also a gravitational consideration:

MASS

5a. GPS offering or display, say:

MAP

6d. Low female voice:

ALTO

7d. Perfectly vertical:

PLUMB

8d. Constant longitudes seen on globes:

MERIDIANS

8a. It comes between April and June:

MAY

9d. ___ rug (rug that covers part of a floor):

AREA

10d. Starchy tuber that resembles sweet potato:

YAM

11a. Brand identifier, Apple's apple, for one:

LOGO

12a. "Once and for ___":

ALL

13a. Significant stretch of time like Victorian, for one:

ERA

14a. ____-Aid (flavored drink mix):

KOOL

15a. Disco-loving guy on "The Simpsons":

STU

16a. "Shiny Happy People" American rock band:

REM

17a. One of the best-selling horror novels of the 90s written by Stephen King which revolves around Ralph Roberts and his dead wife:

INSOMNIA

18d. Widespread or usual practice:

NORM

19d. Salamander that is called eft during its juvenile phase:

NEWT

20d. French designer Chanel:

COCO

20a. ___ Ramon of "The Flash" played by Carlos Valdes:

CISCO

21d. Breakfast chain which is a sister concern of Applebee's:

IHOP

22d. Single gem set alone in a ring, say:

SOLITAIRE

23a. Sleeping spot that comes in a king or a queen size:

BED

24a. Palindromic expression of surprise:

OHO

25a. Turn bad like an old fruit:

ROT

26d. ___ and aah:

OOH

27d. Ice cream container that may be small or big:

TUB

28a. Chaucer's famous work, "The ___ of Bath's Tale":

WIFE

29d. Famous Italian auto manufacturer:

FIAT

30d. "Dark Sky Island" Irish singer:

ENYA

31a. One of the best-selling historical novels of the 90s written by Charles Frazier about a soldier's journey back home during the Civil war: 2 wds.:

COLDMOUNTAIN

32d. College administrator or head:

DEAN

33d. Smoked salmon:

NOVA

34a. Ron Howard in "The Andy Griffith Show":

OPIE

35a. "True Detective" network: Abbr.:

HBO

36a. Opposite of Aye:

NAY

37a. Benjamin Hoff's "The ___ of Pooh":

TAO

38d. Stand ___ leg (balance): 2 wds.:

ONONE

39a. "Hasta la ___" ("bye" in Spanish):

VISTA

40d. Eddie Rabbitt's, "___ A Rainy Night": 2 wds.:

ILOVE

41d. "___, There and Everywhere" (song by The Beatles):

HERE

41a. One of the best-selling gothic novels of the 90s written by Thomas Harris that revolves around Lecter's life as a serial killer:

HANNIBAL

42d. Words of triumph or victory: 2 wds.:

IWIN

43d. Round part in an abacus or a necklace:

BEAD

44d. Decimal point, say:

DOT

44a. Opus ___ ("The Da Vinci Code" sect):

DEI

45a. Be in debt, say:

OWE

46a. Herman Melville's classic narrative of adventures in the South seas:

OMOO

47d. First name of Ott and Gibson:

MEL

48d. Heavenly body like the sun:

ORB

49d. Santana's "___ Como Va":

OYE

50a. Former Canadian ice hockey player, Bobby ___:

ORR

51a. "Fame" actress, Peeples:

NIA

52a. What "V" stands for in "VIP":

VERY

53a. Comfortable top that you wear to a gym:

TEE

54a. It might be dead (road that cannot lead any further):

END

55a. Hamburg's river or river to the North Sea:

ELBE
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