Crossword Explorer United Kingdom - Level 990

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United Kingdom - Level 990

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1d. Beyonce, to Blue Ivy and Rumi:

MOM

1a. What an Atlas has (also a hit Maroon 5 single):

MAPS

2d. "30 Rock" star Baldwin:

ALEC

3d. Off the beaten ___ (different):

PATH

4d. Arab country whose capital is Damascus:

SYRIA

5d. Trade one thing for another:

SWAP

5a. "They ___" (apt anagram of "the eyes"):

SEE

6d. German "one":

EINE

7d. Cleopatra's country:

EGYPT

8d. Endearing word at the start of some letters:

DEAR

8a. Beats by Dr. ___ (popular brand of headphones):

DRE

9d. "From ___ to riches":

RAGS

10d. "Before", poetically:

ERE

11a. Skincare brand that had the tagline "Love the skin you're in":

OLAY

12a. Fake hair?:

WIG

13d. "Jeopardy!" host Alex:

TREBEK

13a. Droplet from the eye:

TEAR

14a. D.C. public transportation, commonly:

METRO

15d. Antiquated:

OLD

16a. "... have you ___ wool?":

ANY

17a. Rap metal band, ___ Against the Machine (word for anger):

RAGE

18a. Funk rock band Red Hot ___, known for their massive hits like "Californication" and "Dark Necessities": 2 wds.:

CHILIPEPPERS

19d. ___ chatter (meaningless conversation):

IDLE

20d. French picnic locale?:

PARC

21a. Calculate the sum of:

ADD

22a. Pick up the ___ (pay the bill):

TAB

23d. Flightless bird from Down Under:

EMU

23a. Significant time period, as the Renaissance ___:

ERA

24d. Washington Irving's "___ Van Winkle":

RIP

25d. Perform a role, as in a play:

ACT

26a. Young man, in Scotland:

LAD

27d. ___ carte menu: 2 wds.:

ALA

28d. Who you go to with song requests, at parties: Abbr.:

DJS

29a. Shout out on hearing your favorite tune, e.g.:

REACT

30d. Venomous snake from 7-down:

ASP

31d. Sound from a dove:

COO

32d. Letters on some explosives: Abbr.:

TNT

33a. Artist nicknamed "King of Pop," who is known for his massive hits like "Thriller" and "Beat It": 2 wds.:

MICHAELJACKSON

34d. 31st President, who has a dam named after him:

HOOVER

35d. "Sexy ___ Know It" (LMFAO song): 2 wds.:

ANDI

36d. Tennis great Arthur ___:

ASHE

37a. Actress and supermodel Kate:

UPTON

38a. Another name for "the beast of burden":

ASS

39a. Money in the middle of a poker table:

POT

40a. "___ to a Nightingale" (John Keats creation):

ODE

41d. Long writing assignment:

ESSAY

42a. "Isn't ___ bit like you and me..." (Beatles lyric): 2 wds.:

HEA

43d. Suffix for "Japan" or "Vietnam":

ESE

44d. Give permission to:

ALLOW

45d. Absence of challenge:

EASE

45a. Artist nicknamed "King of Rock and Roll," who is known for his massive hits like "Can't Help Falling in Love" and "Love Me Tender": 2 wds.:

ELVISPRESLEY

46d. Caustic chemicals used in soapmaking:

LYES

47d. ___ the way (be a pioneer):

PAVE

48d. Hip-hop duo Macklemore & ___ Lewis:

RYAN

49d. Active volcano in Italy:

ETNA

50d. The "sun" in a "sunny side up"?:

YOLK

51d. Author ___ de Maupassant:

GUY

51a. "Let's Get It On" singer Marvin:

GAYE

52a. "___ My Name" (2000 Destiny's Child single):

SAY

53a. "Candle in the Wind" singer John:

ELTON

54d. Bill ___, TV's "Science Guy":

NYE

55a. ___-friendly (software that is not complicated):

USER

56a. Actress Gardner, who was Sinatra's second wife:

AVA

57a. Partner of one?:

ONLY

58a. English rock band whose name is an affirmative response:

YES

59a. Currency that can be spotted if you read "money" backwards:

YEN

60a. Arouse from slumber:

WAKE
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