Crossword Explorer United Kingdom - Level 986

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United Kingdom - Level 986

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1d. ___-Hulk (Marvel Superheroine):

SHE

1a. Jab with a knife:

STAB

2d. After-bath powder:

TALC

3d. Another word for "additionally":

ALSO

4d. Abraham ___, former Mayor of New York City (1974-1977):

BEAME

5d. Frustrated exclamation:

ARGH

5a. Uncomfortable or embarrassing situation, informally:

AWK

6d. Robert Burns' "O, ___ on Parnassus Hill": 2 wds.:

WEREI

7d. What "k" stands for in "aka":

KNOWN

8d. Fly off the shelves, say:

SELL

8a. Male heir:

SON

9d. October's birthstone:

OPAL

10d. Aye's opposite:

NAY

11a. Partner of hearty:

HALE

12a. Kylo ___ of "Star Wars":

REN

13a. Pollution regulating organization: Abbr.:

EPA

14a. Princess Anna's sister in "Frozen":

ELSA

15a. Skele-___, potion for bones in "Harry Potter":

GRO

16a. Install, as a carpet:

LAY

17a. "April ___," song by Simon & Garfunkel that originally appeared on the solo album "The Paul Simon Songbook": 3 wds.:

COMESHEWILL

18d. "Gross!":

EWWW

19d. Maker of "Sonic the Hedgehog":

SEGA

20d. Help desk offering, briefly:

INFO

21a. Woolly mother:

EWE

22a. Country lodge:

INN

23d. "Weird Al" Yankovic movie about TV:

UHF

23a. ___ Aduba of "Orange is the New Black":

UZO

24d. "At the ___" single by Simon & Garfunkel written by Paul Simon as one of his tributes to New York City:

ZOO

25d. "I am shocked!" in text speak:

OMG

26a. It's often measured in lbs or oz, for short:

WGT

27d. Give it a shot:

TRY

28a. Defect in a human or a diamond, say:

FLAW

29d. Carry with effort:

LUG

30d. Short ___ sweet:

AND

31d. Dictionary entries, for short:

WDS

32a. Song by Simon & Garfunkel written by Paul Simon that originally appeared on the album "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme": 2 wds.:

HOMEWARDBOUND

33d. Peeping pair:

EYES

34d. Hot pastrami seller:

DELI

35d. Vitamin also known as PABA: 2 wds.:

BTEN

36a. Old-fashioned sort:

FOGY

37a. "The best is ___ to come":

YET

38a. Merchandise, briefly:

GDS

39a. Op-___ (columns in newspapers):

EDS

40d. Lose tautness and dangle limply:

DROOP

41d. "The ___ of Silence" song by Simon & Garfunkel that originally appeared on their debut album, "Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.":

SOUND

42a. "Who ___ the Dogs Out?" (Song by Baha Men):

LET

43d. Taiwanese golf champion Yani ___:

TSENG

44d. Marathon marking:

MILE

44a. Song by Simon & Garfunkel which was included in the 1967 film "The Graduate" and originally appeared on the album "Bookends": 2 wds.:

MRSROBINSON

45d. "Stop" lights:

REDS

46d. Crude oil-producing city in Orange County, California:

BREA

47d. "The ___ Living Boy in New York" song by Simon & Garfunkel that originally appeared on the album "Bridge Over Troubled Water":

ONLY

48d. Social standard:

NORM

49d. Feeling blue:

LOW

49a. Made-up-story:

LIE

50a. Sharer's word:

OUR

51a. Carbon compound:

ENOL

52d. Scale units: Abbr.:

LBS

53a. Long in the tooth:

OLD

54a. Binary code digit:

ONE

55a. Workers rights organization: Abbr.:

NLRB

56a. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" director, Anderson:

WES

57a. Kissing at the mall: Abbr.:

PDA

58a. Calorie-burning destinations:

GYMS
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