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Uruguay - Level 759

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1d. Stir-fry vessel:

WOK

1a. Wriggling bait on a fish hook:

WORM

2d. ___-Wan Kenobi:

OBI

3d. Wood problem:

ROT

4d. "Boy ___ World," a hugely popular TV series that ran from 1993-2000:

MEETS

5d. Receive from a will:

INHERIT

5a. The colored part of 9-Across:

IRIS

6d. "You ___ what you sow":

REAP

7d. Archipelago parts:

ISLES

8d. Russian vodka with a Chocolat Razberi flavor:

STOLI

9d. Bigger than big:

EPIC

9a. One of two seeing organs:

EYE

10d. Little green Jedi master allied with 2-Down:

YODA

11d. School attended by 007:

ETON

12a. A woodwind instrument:

OBOE

13a. What birds build:

NEST

14a. Amount at stake, as in poker:

POT

15a. A flying toy on a string:

KITE

16a. A light ring above an angel's head:

HALO

17a. Words of commitment, at an altar: 2 wds.:

IDO

18a. "___ Brief," a 1993 political thriller film starring Julia Roberts alongside Denzel Washington: 2 wds.:

THEPELICAN

19d. Garment edges:

HEMS

20d. "Dies ___": Latin hymn:

IRAE

21d. Street-lining trees:

ELMS

21a. Pencil mark remover:

ERASER

22d. Comedic actress Martha ___ of old TV:

RAYE

23d. Popular 70s band with hits like "Mamma Mia" and "Dancing Queen":

ABBA

24a. Title of a knight:

SIR

25a. Scientist's workplace:

LAB

26a. Unaccounted for, as in the army: Abbr.:

MIA

27d. Back, on a boat:

AFT

28a. Continent that is home to the Himalayas:

ASIA

29d. Get caught on something, as one's sleeve:

SNAG

30d. Not in use, or unmoving:

IDLE

31d. "Just leave it ___" (Unchanged): 2 wds.:

ASIS

32a. "___ Wedding," a 1997 romantic comedy film starring Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney and Cameron Diaz: 3 wds.:

MYBESTFRIENDS

33d. ___ Roberts, brother of Julia Roberts who has appeared in films like "National Security" and "The Expendables":

ERIC

34d. In a stiff or inflexible way:

RIGIDLY

35d. Apple's desktop computer:

IMAC

36a. Char, as a steak:

SEAR

37a. Actor from the 1990 miniseries "IT," ___ Curry:

TIM

38a. "___ Baba and the Forty Thieves":

ALI

39a. 007 creator ___ Fleming:

IAN

40d. Large, curly-tailed Japanese dog:

AKITA

41d. Prize won by four American presidents:

NOBEL

42a. Measuring instruments, such as those used to measure pressure:

GAUGES

43d. Moving service that rents out trucks and is a rival to Ryder: Hyph.:

UHAUL

44d. U2 lead singer:

BONO

44a. "Erin ___," a 2000 biographical film starring Julia Roberts as the titular character:

BROCKOVICH

45d. Red gemstone:

RUBY

46d. Spoken, like some exams:

ORAL

47d. Perfume container:

VIAL

48a. "Days of ___ Lives":

OUR

49a. "___ you adieu" (Farewell): 2 wds.:

IBID

50a. Prefix with correct, in texting:

AUTO

51d. Card game with wildcards:

UNO

52d. Uncle, in Spanish:

TIO

53d. Too exaggerated, in text speak: Abbr.:

OTT

54a. Hoopster's organization in the U.S.A: Abbr.:

NBA

55a. Marsh duck:

TEAL

56a. Meter or liter:

UNIT

57a. Olive ___, love interest of Popeye:

OYL

58a. Join forces:

ALLY

59a. Burglar's haul:

LOOT
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