Crossword Explorer United Kingdom - Level 994

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United Kingdom - Level 994

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1d. "I'm gonna make ___ an offer he can't refuse":

HIM

1a. "Every cloud ___ a silver lining":

HAS

2d. Toothpaste-approving group: Abbr.:

ADA

3d. Letters after R:

STU

4d. "Tee-___" (sound of a giggle):

HEE

4a. Big success, as a movie or song:

HIT

5d. "___ been a pleasure knowing you...":

ITS

6d. Body art that's likely to stay forever:

TATTOO

7d. Stopped snoozing:

WOKE

7a. ___-Mart Stores, Inc.:

WAL

8d. Neighborhood:

AREA

9d. Avoiding the risk that:

LEST

10a. What a security guard might check:

IDTAG

11d. Gladiator fight setting:

ARENA

12d. Apply gold leaf to:

GILD

13a. Flight's expected landing hour: Abbr.:

ETA

14a. Metal-bearing rock, that is mined:

ORE

15a. 1950s NBA player for the Cincinnati/Rochester Royals whose career was ended by an in-game head injury: 2 wds.:

MAURICESTOKES

16d. A.F.L.-___ (federation of unions):

CIO

17d. Suffix with "access" or "direct":

ORY

18a. ___ Lilly and Company (Pharmaceutical giant):

ELI

19a. Alternative to "trick," on Halloween:

TREAT

20d. Kilo- or mega- follower, in electronic storage:

BYTE

20a. NBA player for the Portland Trail Blazers, whose career was ended by several in-game knee injuries and lack of cartilage: 2 wds.:

BRANDONROY

21d. Corner chess piece:

ROOK

22d. Posthumous Pulitzer winner James ___:

AGEE

23d. Prize given for outstanding achievements, named after Alfred ___:

NOBEL

24d. A solo home run earns one: Abbr.:

RBI

25a. Body-bending exercise discipline:

YOGA

26a. Letters on ads that indicate a negotiable price: Abbr.:

OBO

27d. Animation pioneer ___ Disney:

WALT

27a. Try to win the love of:

WOO

28d. Its slogan is "Milk's favorite cookie":

OREO

29d. Bad sign of the future:

OMEN

30a. Digit that's a focus during a pedicure:

TOE

31d. Engine fluid that needs to be replaced regularly:

OIL

31a. Sash for a kimono:

OBI

32a. What goes into a shirt's sleeve:

ARM

33a. Squeeze (out):

EKE

34d. "___ know...?" (words before many facts): 2 wds.:

DIDYOU

34a. "___ Hard" (Bruce Willis movie franchise):

DIE

35d. Hint of light:

GLEAM

35a. Musical TV series that starred Lea Michele:

GLEE

36d. Container that says "Use Me":

BIN

36a. NBA player for the Portland Trail Blazers, whose career was ended by a string of foot and ankle injuries: 2 wds.:

BILLWALTON

37d. "World ___ Z" (2013 movie):

WAR

38d. Pierce player on "M*A*S*H":

ALDA

39d. Impersonated:

APED

39a. Keep one's distance from:

AVOID

40d. Suddenly change course:

VEER

41d. Child with no siblings:

ONLY

42a. Ginger ___ (soft drink):

ALE

43a. NBA player who was an unconventionally tall point guard and whose career was plagued and ended by several knee injuries: 2 wds.:

PENNYHARDAWAY

44d. Sing with one's mouth closed:

HUM

45d. Abstract artist Hans ___:

ARP

46d. Typing speed stat.: Abbr.:

WPM

47d. 1996 Olympic torch lighter:

ALI

48d. Senate approval:

YEA

49a. Snaky fish that can give an electric shock:

EEL

50a. First word of the Lord's Prayer:

OUR

51a. Not in short supply:

AMPLE

52a. What "brut" means on champagne bottles:

DRY

53a. Baseball official, for short:

UMP

54a. Soccer standout Hamm:

MIA
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