Crossword Explorer Sri Lanka - Level 897

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Sri Lanka - Level 897

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1d. Justin Timberlake's boy band 'N ___:

SYNC

1a. Mani-pedi locale:

SPA

2d. Winnie-the-___:

POOH

3d. Opposite of "manual":

AUTO

4d. Many a CEO's degree: Abbr.:

MBA

4a. ___ tai (cocktail):

MAI

5d. Astronaut's affirmative: Hyph.:

AOK

6d. "Fire and ___," poem by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Frost that was published in 1920 and inspired George R.R. Martin's book title:

ICE

7d. Elton John's duet partner ___ Dee:

KIKI

7a. "Finger lickin' good" food establishment: Abbr.:

KFC

8d. Actress ___ Drescher of "The Nanny":

FRAN

9d. Animation frame:

CEL

10a. Modern word for "thou":

YOU

11a. ___ Raton, Florida (city in Palm Beach County):

BOCA

12d. Starting pot for poker:

ANTE

13a. Dublin's country, for short:

IRE

14a. "The Road ___," poem by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Frost that was published in 1916: 2 wds.:

NOTTAKEN

15d. Haul a vehicle:

TOW

16a. Kumar from the "Harold & Kumar" series:

KAL

17a. Jimmy ___ (high-end shoe brand):

CHOO

18a. Identical looking sibling:

TWIN

19d. Direction that's opposite to ENE: Abbr.:

WSW

20a. Blue ___ (largest mammals):

WHALES

21d. "___! As if!" (disbelieving laugh):

HAH

22d. Get from a shelter or give shelter:

ADOPT

23d. Kendrick ___, composer of the hit "Humble":

LAMAR

24d. American tax authority: Abbr.:

IRS

24a. "Son of," in Arabic names:

IBN

25d. "Don't ___ fool": 2 wds.:

BEA

26d. Prefix with "conformist" to mean freethinker:

NON

27a. Toothpaste-approving group: Abbr.:

ADA

28a. "Mending ___," poem by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Frost that was published in 1914:

WALL

29d. "Much ___ about nothing":

ADO

30d. Area where cars are parked:

LOT

31d. Allow or permit:

LET

32a. "Keep On Loving You" band ___ Speedwagon:

REO

33a. "___ Burial," poem by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Frost that was published in 1914:

HOME

34d. Giants star Manning:

ELI

35a. Female deer:

DOE

36a. Level-headed and clear-minded:

SANE

37d. Fleet-footed avian from down under:

EMU

38a. Another word for "buddy":

PAL

39a. Mel of Baseball:

OTT

40a. System of measurement that is not followed by USA:

METRIC

41d. "Nothing ___ Matters," classic Metallica song:

ELSE

42d. Baseball hat:

CAP

43d. "Nothing Gold Can ___," poem by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Frost that was published in 1923:

STAY

43a. ___ Hudson, birth name of guitar legend Slash:

SAUL

44d. Throbbing pain:

ACHE

45a. Paul ___ who sang "Lonely Boy":

ANKA

46d. Cloud ___:

NINE

47d. Support for a proposal?:

KNEE

48d. Really excited:

AGOG

49d. ___ and flow (of a tide):

EBB

49a. "And so on" letters: Abbr.:

ETC

50a. "___ by Woods on a Snowy Evening," poem by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Frost that was published in 1923:

STOPPING

51d. "Cake Boss" channel: Abbr.:

TLC

52d. "___-la-la!":

OOH

53d. Mississippi mud ___:

PIE

54a. "___, humbug!":

BAH

55a. "The Time Machine" race opposite to Morlocks:

ELOI

56a. Prefix meaning "modern":

NEO

57a. "Until next time," say:

BYE

58a. Michael ___ of "Saturday Night Live":

CHE

59a. Brain scan ordered by neurologists: Abbr.:

EEG
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