Crossword Explorer Switzerland - Level 567

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Switzerland - Level 567

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1d. Informal "no" (Scottish slang):

NAW

1a. Freshly purchased:

NEW

2d. Lamb's mum:

EWE

3d. Bundle of notes:

WAD

4d. "The Power Broker" author Robert ___:

CARO

4a. Cinematographer's device, for short:

CAM

5d. Raise the ___ (warn beforehand):

ALARM

6d. Tropical fruit native to South Asia that could be yellow, orange, red, or green:

MANGO

7d. Video recording setup that could help catch a burglar: Abbr.:

CCTV

7a. "Cuomo Prime Time" channel: Abbr.:

CNN

8d. Competitor of 55a with the Swoosh logo:

NIKE

9d. "High ___," 1952 Western film starring Gary Cooper who plays the role of a town marshal, that won four Oscars:

NOON

10a. ABC drama series "How to Get ___ with Murder":

AWAY

11d. "That is ___ problem!" (not mine):

YOUR

12d. Picked up:

LIFTED

12a. "___ Land," 2016 film that won Emma Stone an Oscar for Best Actress: 2 wds.:

LALA

13a. Top executive at a company in charge of the computer systems: Abbr.:

CIO

14a. "What do ___ now?" ("What's our plan?"): 2 wds.:

WEDO

15a. Country previously called Persia:

IRAN

16a. Fight-ending refereeing decision in a boxing match: Abbr.:

TKO

17a. 1992 Western film directed by and starring Clint Eastwood as an aging gunslinger who takes on one last job, that won four Oscars:

UNFORGIVEN

18d. Samuel Beckett's dramatic monologue written in 1972: 2 wds.:

NOTI

19d. Apple tablet:

IPAD

20d. ___ Cola (Pepsi's competitor):

COCA

20a. What is dangled metaphorically as a reward to gain a favor:

CARROT

21d. Strong ___ ox (extremely strong): 2 wds.:

ASAN

22d. Relax and recuperate:

REST

23a. Janitor's tool:

MOP

24a. Sweet ending suffix:

OSE

25a. Mark Wahlberg comedy film about a talking toy bear:

TED

26d. Prefix with "functional":

DYS

27a. Any element's smallest particle that can exist either alone or in combination:

ATOM

28d. Removable roof panel on a car: Hyph.:

TTOP

29d. Cleveland state:

OHIO

30d. Fuse together:

MELD

31a. "Butch ___ Sundance Kid," 1969 Western film based on the outlaws Robert LeRoy Parker and Harry Longabaugh that won four Oscars: 3 wds.:

CASSIDYANDTHE

32d. Perform a tune:

SING

33d. Best form of defense?:

ATTACK

34d. Drug cop, for short:

NARC

35a. Word preceding "climax" to mean a totally different result:

ANTI

36a. Subway stop, for short:

STA

37a. Liquid extracted from olive or sunflower seeds, e.g.:

OIL

38a. Chicago Bulls' sports league: Abbr.:

NBA

39d. "Ugly ___," ABC comedy-drama series:

BETTY

40d. Without ___ in the world (having no worries at all): 2 wds.:

ACARE

41a. Three-legged stand for 4a:

TRIPOD

42d. Pancake restaurant chain: Abbr.:

IHOP

43d. "Don't go":

STAY

43a. 1939 Western film directed by John Ford about a group of strangers riding through the Apache territory, that won two Oscars:

STAGECOACH

44d. Imaginatively narrated story:

TALE

45d. Spindle passing through the wheels in an automobile:

AXLE

46d. "A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain" author Robert ___ Butler:

OLEN

47a. IRS's collection:

TAX

48a. Mineral used in baby powder:

TALC

49a. October birthstone:

OPAL

50d. Bar alternative:

PUB

51d. Foo Fighters song "I ___ River": 2 wds.:

AMA

52d. Young man:

LAD

53a. In ___ honesty (frankly):

ALL

54a. Arduous walk on a long trail, say:

TREK

55a. International footwear and apparel brand with a cat on its logo:

PUMA

56a. ___-haw (cowboy's shout):

YEE

57a. Strong longing:

YEN

58a. "The Good, the ___ and the Ugly," 1966 Western film starring Clint Eastwood as a bounty hunter named Blondie:

BAD
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