Crossword Explorer Sweden - Level 952

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Sweden - Level 952

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1d. A trading group or political coalition:

BLOC

1a. Short for a male sibling:

BRO

2d. Start all over:

REDO

3d. Poetic tributes:

ODES

4d. "They have yet to decide whether to allow it, ___ it" (prohibit): 2 wds.:

ORBAN

4a. Word that goes with "present" or "scient":

OMNI

5d. Very, in music:

MOLTO

6d. Builder of a biblical ark:

NOAH

7d. Partaker of brews, say:

IMBIBER

8d. "His very life ___ in the balance!":

HANGS

8a. A Nine Inch Nails song which shot to fame after being covered by Johnny Cash:

HURT

9d. "I'll find some ___ for it" (purpose):

USE

10d. ___ de Janeiro:

RIO

11d. What you get from laying in the sun:

TAN

12a. Spearheaded, or took command of:

LED

13a. Hotel accommodation:

ROOM

14a. Continent that contains Japan and Pakistan:

ASIA

15a. A poetic tribute:

ODE

16a. Spill the beans or let the cat out of the bag:

BLAB

17a. Gas used in bright signs:

NEON

18a. "Love Don't ___," a 2000 hit by 31a: 3 wds.:

COSTATHING

19d. In two minds, or ripped apart:

TORN

20d. ___ Gallagher, English musician who was a part of Oasis with his brother Liam:

NOEL

21a. Yoko ___, wife of John Lennon:

ONO

22a. An appliance company that shares its name with Dutch painter Hieronymus ___:

BOSCH

23d. The club in a famous Barry Manilow song:

COPA

24d. Shades of color:

HUES

25d. Musicians at clubs who spin records:

DJS

25a. Bambi was one:

DEER

26d. Electric fish, often used in sushi:

EELS

27d. Famed Irish singer who sang numbers like "Watermark":

ENYA

28d. Popular beverage sold by the likes of Tetley:

TEA

28a. A casual shirt, often worn with jeans:

TEE

29a. Yours and mine:

OUR

30d. American rapper who is the de facto leader of the Wu-Tang Clan:

RZA

31a. Actress who plays Terri Flores in the 1997 adventure horror film "Anaconda": 2 wds.:

JENNIFERLOPEZ

32d. Ancient Peruvian, who would have been a Machu Picchu denizen:

INCA

33d. Person who one is friendly with despite a dislike or rivalry:

FRENEMY

34d. Universal donor's type, briefly:

ONEG

35a. Cunning or scheming:

SLY

36a. Food service trade organization: Abbr.:

NRA

37a. America's premier space agency: Abbr.:

NASA

38a. Ketchup, for one:

SAUCE

39d. Cow body part where you obtain milk:

UDDER

40d. "___ dead horse" (phrase that means waste of energy): 2 wds.:

BEATA

40a. Insect that lives in a hive:

BEE

41d. Calms or assuages, as with someone's fear:

EASES

42a. A song by 31a , which features guest vocals from Pitbull: 2 wds.:

DANCEAGAIN

43d. Motley ___, a heavy metal band with members like Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee:

CRUE

44d. Captain ___, who hunted Moby Dick:

AHAB

45d. Ninth Greek letter which also means "a tiny bit":

IOTA

46d. "This is on a strictly ___-to-know basis":

NEED

47d. French for south:

SUD

47a. Went over the limit, as in a car:

SPED

48d. A master or expert, as in sports:

PRO

49d. A sense of self-worth:

EGO

50a. Historically significant periods of time:

ERAS

51a. Gardening tool used to break ground:

HOE

52a. A sudden desire or pang, such as for chocolate:

URGE

53a. Button on a remote that turns off the sound:

MUTE

54a. Consumed something:

ATE

55a. Entrance to a house:

DOOR

56a. Votes in favor of:

YEAS

57a. Michael Jackson album with songs like "Man in the Mirror," that went on to become one of the best-selling albums of all time:

BAD
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