Crossword Explorer Thailand - Level 451

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Thailand - Level 451

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1d. ___ n cheese (comfort food to a few):

MAC

1a. One of "The Three Stooges":

MOE

2d. Bird that actually gives a hoot:

OWL

3d. Popular character actor in Westerns, ___ Wallach:

ELI

4d. "A fire ___ it can be seen from space": 2 wds.:

SOBIG

4a. Full of life (of an old person):

SPRY

5d. Pop star, ___ Collins:

PHIL

6d. Famous TV dog, ___ Tin Tin:

RIN

7d. Picnic basket stealing cartoon character who lives in Jellystone Park: 2 wds.:

YOGIBEAR

8d. Favored cut of meat:

LOIN

8a. Alkaline solution used in drain cleaners:

LYE

9d. First man in space, ___ Gagarin:

YURI

10d. Source of household power: Abbr.:

ELEC

11a. Tool to pierce holes in leather:

AWL

12a. Buckeye state:

OHIO

13d. Word to drive away a stray cat:

SHOO

13a. Human spirit:

SOUL

14a. Sport ___, sport that will debut in the 2020 Olympics and requires contestants to ascend a steep wall with their hands and feet:

CLIMBING

15d. French painter of "Water Lilies," Claude ___:

MONET

16a. Employ for a wage:

HIRE

17a. Essential for a fryer:

OIL

18a. Alanis Morissette song from the album "Jagged Little Pill":

IRONIC

19d. Tiger's warning:

ROAR

20d. Prefix to "leaks" or "pedia":

WIKI

20a. Designer of wedding gowns, "Vera ___":

WANG

21d. Maroon 5 lead singer Levine:

ADAM

22a. Ghost's greeting?:

BOO

23d. "___ and you shall receive":

ASK

23a. An assistant to a senator, e.g.:

AIDE

24d. "The sponge ___ the liquid in an instant." (soaked up):

ABSORBED

24a. What length multiplied with width gives in math:

AREA

25d. Metric that measures profitability in relation to a company's net assets: Abbr.:

ROE

26d. Thailand's former name:

SIAM

26a. Wide expanse of salt water:

SEA

27d. Green-eyed monster:

ENVY

28d. To advance in years:

AGE

29a. Sport that will make its debut in the 2020 Olympics and involves riding and performing tricks on a narrow board with wheels:

SKATEBOARDING

30d. Currency you'd spend in Paris:

EURO

31d. Dork (slang):

DWEEB

32a. "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star:

KIM

33a. ___ manual (booklet with instructions):

USER

34a. Hand gesture often accompanied by a "Hi":

WAVE

35d. Passed by quite quickly:

FLEW

35a. Big hairdo (for short):

FRO

36d. Shed blood:

BLEED

36a. "Will you ___ valentine?" (14th February special question): 2 wds.:

BEMY

37d. Sugary fizzy drinks, soda ___:

POPS

37a. Alternate spelling for a beauty salon:

PARLOR

38d. Fit for something:

ABLE

39d. Public violence:

RIOT

40d. Continent that contains most of Russia:

ASIA

40a. For beer lovers, lager's alternative:

ALE

41a. Theater awards for Off-Broadway plays, ___ Awards:

OBIE

42a. Men's bat-and-ball sport that was contested in the Olympics from 1992-2008 and will make a return in 2020:

BASEBALL

43d. James Bond film, "Diamonds ___ Forever":

ARE

44d. Sense of wonder:

AWE

45d. Record of a ship's voyage:

LOG

46d. "The band played some new material on the California ___ of their tour." (part):

LEG

47a. Farming implement:

PLOW

48a. One of the Great Lakes:

ERIE

49a. Condition of grief:

WOE

50a. Harden, like a jelly:

SET

51a. 1989 film starring Robin Williams and Ethan Hawke, "___ Poets Society":

DEAD

52a. Famous chair designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen:

EGG
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