Crossword Explorer United Kingdom - Level 982

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United Kingdom - Level 982

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1d. Appropriate or suitable:

APT

1a. Commercial interruptions in videos, for short:

ADS

2d. Groups of two:

DUOS

3d. At a snail's pace:

SLOW

4d. "Anything ___?" (other than that):

ELSE

4a. Terminate or conclude:

END

5d. In close proximity:

NEAR

6d. Grass' wet coating:

DEW

7a. Fleshy part of a fruit that is often a juice refuse:

PULP

8d. Ardent request:

PLEA

9d. Christmas in Italy:

NATALE

9a. Social convention or a usual standard:

NORM

10d. Spherical celestial body:

ORB

11d. Strap which helps a rider control his horse:

REIN

12d. One's companion or partner:

MATE

13a. "To Kill a Mockingbird" author, Harper ___:

LEE

14a. Axe or hammer, e.g.:

TOOL

15a. Another word for domain or province:

AREA

16a. Carpentry tool with teeth:

SAW

17a. American drama TV series starring Ella Purnell which is based on a novel of the same name by Stephanie Danler:

SWEETBITTER

18d. "And they lived happily ___ after":

EVER

19d. Travel for business or education:

TOUR

20a. "Mogambo" actress, ___ Gardner:

AVA

21a. Opposite of paleo-:

NEO

22d. "___ it been that long!":

HAS

22a. "What is ___ name?" (that boy):

HIS

23d. Under the weather:

ILL

24d. "The Simpsons" character, Disco ___:

STU

25a. Cotton gin inventor, Whitney:

ELI

26d. "What can ___ for you?": 2 wds.:

IDO

27a. Computer's reverse command:

UNDO

28d. "Golden State Warriors" organization: Abbr.:

NBA

29d. Barking animal:

DOG

30d. The first odd number:

ONE

31a. American dystopian sci-fi TV series starring Joel Kinnaman which is based on a novel of the same name by Richard K. Morgan: 2 wds.:

ALTEREDCARBON

32d. Pennsylvania's "Gem City" which is also the name of a lake:

ERIE

33d. Another word for movie theatre in London:

CINEMA

34d. Rickman who played Severus Snape in the "Harry Potter" series:

ALAN

35a. Way of talking that is difficult to understand:

SLUR

36a. Lubricating agent which is also known as black gold:

OIL

37a. "Golden ___," period of great happiness and prosperity:

AGE

38a. Intense rage:

IRE

39d. Tom Hanks' inflatable life saver in "Cast Away":

RAFT

40d. "The Time Machine" race:

ELOI

41a. Persistently badger:

NAG

42d. Spore bearing part of a mushroom which is a part of its cap:

GILL

43d. Living thing with a trunk and branches:

TREE

43a. American period drama TV series starring Dakota Fanning which is based on a novel of the same name by Caleb Carr: 2 wds.:

THEALIENIST

44d. Cease to move:

HALT

45d. Author of "James Bond" novels, ___ Fleming:

IAN

46d. Liquid starter, served in a bowl:

SOUP

47d. Swallow a pill, say:

TAKE

48d. A chick is hatched from it:

EGG

48a. Victorian ___ (historical period):

ERA

49a. Coffee froth:

FOAM

50a. It has points of interest:

LOAN

51d. Something that might be catchy?:

NET

52a. Gooey substance used in hair styling:

GEL

53a. "God's Little Acre" actress, ___ Louise:

TINA

54a. The core of this Acts' theology is "Salvation history":

LUKE

55a. "He was determined to ___ ahead in life" (achieve success):

GET

56a. Much adored four-legged friend in some homes:

PET
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