Crossword Explorer Venezuela - Level 1699

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Venezuela - Level 1699

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1d. "On the ___ of the moment" (impulsively):

SPUR

1a. Large piece of concrete:

SLAB

2d. Road between buildings:

LANE

3d. German luxury car manufacturer with four rings in the logo:

AUDI

4d. Personal pages on the Internet where people share their opinions:

BLOGS

5d. Amazon founder ___ Bezos:

JEFF

5a. Nickname of actress and singer Jennifer Lopez: 2 wds.:

JLO

6d. Green ___ vegetables:

LEAFY

7d. Hit number from the past, say:

OLDIE

8d. Foundation of any structure:

BASE

8a. What you place when gambling:

BET

9d. High priest of Shiloh (biblical figure):

ELI

10d. ___-Mex, a fusion of American and Mexican cuisines:

TEX

11a. ___ McCartney, one of the four Beatles:

PAUL

12a. Slimy snake-like fish:

EEL

13a. Type of beer with a fruity taste:

ALE

14a. To reverse the last command on a computer:

UNDO

15a. Passing trend:

FAD

16a. Half a dozen:

SIX

17a. Dragon flick starring Matthew McConaughey and Christian Bale: 3 wds.:

REIGNOFFIRE

18d. Require something:

NEED

19d. Suffix with medi to mean of average quality:

OCRE

20d. Angry verbal outburst:

RANT

21a. One minute has sixty of these, for short:

SEC

22a. Yes vote in the senate:

YEA

23d. School group with parents and teachers as members: Abbr.:

PTA

23a. Where peas rest:

POD

24d. Spherical object in the sky, say:

ORB

25d. "When is the assignment ___?" (deadline for the assignment):

DUE

26a. A period of time of great importance:

ERA

27d. Roger Federer's organization: Abbr.:

ATP

28a. Biblical figure entrusted with building an ark before the great floods:

NOAH

29d. Liquid used to make fries:

OIL

30d. ___ Gardner, actress from the movie "The Night of the Iguana":

AVA

31d. "___ Jude," a Beatles song written by 11a:

HEY

32a. HBO TV series in which Matthew McConaughey plays an investigator: 2 wds.:

TRUEDETECTIVE

33d. Red furry muppet from "Sesame Street":

ELMO

34d. Old way of saying "therefore":

ERGO

35d. Institution where boys and girls study together, for short:

COED

36a. Second son of Adam and Eve according to the Bible:

ABEL

37a. For or in favor of change, e.g.:

PRO

38a. To set down gently:

LAY

39a. What is spread on the floor before yoga?:

MAT

40d. Space between two intersecting lines, measured in degrees:

ANGLE

41d. Mark ___, author of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer":

TWAIN

42a. "I don't ___ it!" (don't understand):

GET

43d. Garbage that is emptied into dumpsters:

TRASH

44d. Monthly payment for occupying a space:

RENT

44a. The real life character played by Matthew McConaughey in the Oscar winning movie "Dallas Buyers Club": 2 wds.:

RONWOODROOF

45d. Page that contains opinion pieces in a newspaper: Abbr.:

OPED

46d. "He's ___ something!" (discovered something):

ONTO

47d. "Binary system is made up of ___ and zeros.":

ONES

48d. What comes with celebrity status:

FAME

49d. Domain of Picasso and Van Gogh:

ART

49a. How a pirate says yes to his captain:

AYE

50d. ___ Ming, a Chinese basketball player who played for "Houston Rockets":

YAO

51a. Space in between two objects:

GAP

52a. "___ Karenina," a novel by Leo Tolstoy:

ANNA

53a. Used legs to get away:

RAN

54a. Statement that is not true:

LIE

55a. Core of a plant, from where the twigs come:

STEM

56a. Tiny ___ (a young child):

TOT

57a. "The ___," the last frame in a movie:

END

58a. Tube for watering the garden:

HOSE
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