Crossword Explorer Sweden - Level 937

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Sweden - Level 937

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1d. Swipe or ___ (smartphone actions):

TAP

1a. Skill to handle a situation well:

TACT

2d. Tom Cruise starrer "Rock of ___":

AGES

3d. Someone's team, slangily:

CREW

4d. Subject of an essay:

TOPIC

5d. Grand Canyon state:

ARIZONA

5a. Come out on top in an exam, e.g.:

ACE

6d. Surrender, a territory perhaps:

CEDE

7d. Put in a big effort:

EXERT

8d. Rowan Atkinson's goofy character Mr.___:

BEAN

8a. Place to hit for drinks:

BAR

9d. ___ reader (someone with great interest in books):

AVID

10d. "Roses are ___..." (poem):

RED

11a. Farming prefix:

AGRO

12a. T-___ (Tyrannosaurus, informally):

REX

13a. New Year's ___:

EVE

14a. Glance furtively:

PEEP

15a. "That's a bad ___" (not a good plan):

IDEA

16d. John Legend song "___ of Me":

ALL

17a. Come to someone's ___ (help):

AID

18a. Country with the resort town St. Moritz, which hosted the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in 2017:

SWITZERLAND

19d. Microsoft's industry, for short:

TECH

20d. Nonprofit organization that strives to preserve the rights and liberties of Americans: Abbr.:

ACLU

21a. Best paid employee at any company: Abbr.:

CEO

22a. Lifestyle TV channel owned by Discovery: Abbr.:

TLC

23d. Japan's Shinzo ___:

ABE

23a. Electric current unit, for short:

AMP

24d. "Conspiracy Theory" actor Gibson:

MEL

25d. "In favor of" prefix:

PRO

26a. Christiane Amanpour's TV channel: Abbr.:

CNN

27d. Government agency concerned with matters related to nuclear energy safety: Abbr.:

NRC

28a. Praise for an accomplishment:

LAUD

29d. Venomous snake from the land of pyramids:

ASP

30d. "___ sparingly" (do not waste):

USE

31d. Drop in numbers:

DIP

32a. Skier from the country in 18a who has won two gold medals in the "Downhill" event at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships: 2 wds.:

BERNHARDRUSSI

33d. Guitarist and musician Strauss from the all-female Iron Maiden tribute band "The Iron Maidens":

NITA

34d. American currency notes:

DOLLARS

35d. ___ Parks, American civil rights activist:

ROSA

36a. Morlocks' counterparts in the H.G. Wells novel "The Time Machine":

ELOI

37a. Call of a pigeon:

COO

38a. ___ up (energize):

PEP

39a. Archaic version of "it's" (also an anagram):

TIS

40d. Country pub:

INN

41d. People in an office:

STAFF

42a. Public university in Baton Rouge whose mascot is Mike the Tiger: Abbr.:

LSU

43d. Common reason for stomach pain:

ULCER

44d. ___-crash (go to a party without invitation):

GATE

44a. One of the events in the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships which involves skiing between sets of poles: 2 wds.:

GIANTSLALOM

45d. Wes Anderson movie "___ of Dogs":

ISLE

46d. Lazy slacker:

SLOB

47d. Ye ___ (prefix often used by English pubs):

OLDE

48d. Robs at knifepoint:

MUGS

49d. Katie Holmes film "All We ___":

HAD

49a. "It ___ come to my attention...":

HAS

50a. Simba's childhood best friend and eventual wife in "The Lion King":

NALA

51a. Exclusive group with benefits, perhaps:

CLUB

52d. Put money on a horse:

BET

53a. Busiest airport in the world: Abbr.:

ATL

54a. "___ Whom The Bell Tolls" (Ernest Hemingway novel):

FOR

55a. Push over the ___ (drive someone mad):

EDGE

56a. Sound that the fourth letter of the English alphabet makes:

DEE

57a. NFL offensive backfield positions: Abbr.:

FBS

58a. Relax to recuperate:

REST
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