Crossword Explorer Serbia - Level 1372

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Serbia - Level 1372

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1d. Kept it under wraps:

HID

1a. Lend a hand, say:

HELP

2d. Before, poetically:

ERE

3d. Test or research site, for short:

LAB

4d. Flower part found in potpourri:

PETAL

5d. ___ Handler, comedian and actress who stars in "This Means War":

CHELSEA

5a. Burst into tears:

CRY

6d. Hi-___ image:

RES

7d. Crave (for):

YEARN

8d. Pretends on stage:

ACTS

8a. Picasso's creations, e.g.:

ART

9d. ___ Perlman, actress who played Carla Tortelli, the cocktail waitress in the '80s sitcom "Cheers":

RHEA

10d. Spick-and-span:

TIDY

11a. "Dies ___" (Latin hymn):

IRAE

12a. Elevated part of a shoe:

HEEL

13d. Future attorney's exam: Abbr.:

LSAT

14a. Tai ___ (martial art):

CHI

15a. Money you owe:

DEBT

16a. "Those," in Spain:

ESAS

17a. ___ Danson, actor who played the main character Sam Malone in the '80s sitcom "Cheers":

TED

18a. "Come one, come ___":

ALL

19d. One round of the pool:

LAP

20a. Celebrity chef Gordon ___:

RAMSAY

21d. Unruly crowd:

MOB

22d. Astronomer ___ Sagan, famous for "Cosmos":

CARL

22a. Nicholas ___, actor who played Coach Ernie, a retired baseball coach in the '80s sitcom "Cheers":

COLASANTO

23d. Predatory whale:

ORCA

24d. Ann ___, Michigan:

ARBOR

25d. Professor's helpers: Abbr.:

TAS

25a. Thick blackish liquid used on roads:

TAR

26a. Pay-___-view:

PER

27a. ___ California (state in Mexico):

BAJA

28d. Another word for "too":

ALSO

29d. ___ Ratzenberger, actor who played Cliff Clavin, the mail carrier in the '80s sitcom "Cheers":

JOHN

30d. Fireplace mess:

ASH

31a. Joan of ___:

ARC

32a. Auto safety device: Abbr.:

ABS

33d. ___ Long, actress who played Diane Chambers, the barmaid and Sam's love interest in the '80s sitcom "Cheers":

SHELLEY

34a. ___ Angeles, California:

LOS

35a. Czech or Serb, for short:

SLAV

36d. Outdated recording format: Abbr.:

VHS

37a. Cry of surprise that's similar to "Aha!":

OHO

38d. Bullfighting fan's cry:

OLE

39a. "Be quiet!" sound:

SHH

40a. Woody ___, actor who played Woody Boyd, a bartender in the '80s sitcom "Cheers":

HARRELSON

41d. Prefix for "space" or "plane":

AERO

42d. Actors Gosling and Reynolds:

RYANS

43d. "Modern Family" starrer, Vergara:

SOFIA

44d. "Tie the ___" (marry):

KNOT

44a. ___ Grammer, actor who played Frasier Crane in the '80s sitcom "Cheers" who also got his own spin-off "Frasier":

KELSEY

45d. Currency in Germany:

EURO

46d. Unit to measure liquid quantities: Abbr.:

LTRS

47a. Zodiac cat:

LEO

48a. Squirrel food:

NUT

49a. Train track:

RAIL

50d. Expression of disgust:

ICK

51a. Punctured tire:

FLAT

52d. Chuckle on a text?: Abbr.:

LOL

53d. Enjoyed a meal:

ATE

54d. Government's share from your earnings:

TAX

55a. Eight-time Norris Trophy winner Bobby ___:

ORR

56a. Most fairytales starter:

ONCE

57a. Greek alphabet that means "extremely small amount":

IOTA

58a. How-___ (instruction manuals):

TOS

59a. Home of the clouds:

SKY

60a. ___ Trebek, "Jeopardy!" host who guest starred on an episode in the '80s sitcom "Cheers":

ALEX
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