Crossword Explorer Venezuela - Level 1701

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Venezuela - Level 1701

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1d. Command centers: Abbr.:

HQS

1a. Twenty four in a day, for short:

HRS

2d. To regret something:

RUE

3d. Knight's title:

SIR

4d. Breakfast berry:

ACAI

4a. Cooling machines: Abbr.:

ACS

5d. Franklin ___, actor who played Tom Willis in the '70s sitcom "The Jeffersons" which is one of the longest-running sitcoms:

COVER

6d. One cubic meter:

STERE

7d. "Star ___," sci-fi TV series:

TREK

7a. "Give it a go":

TRY

8d. The Colosseum's city:

ROME

9d. ___ Honor (address for a judge):

YOUR

10a. Surprise test conducted in a classroom:

QUIZ

11d. ___ Cully, who played Olivia Jefferson in the '70s sitcom "The Jeffersons" which is one of the longest-running sitcoms:

ZARA

12a. Foldable bed:

COT

13a. Aussie jumper, informally:

ROO

14a. Word repeated after "Que" in a Doris Day hit:

SERA

15d. Praise enthusiastically, in some hymns:

EXTOL

15a. Roof overhang:

EAVE

16a. Large flightless bird:

EMU

17a. Actress who played Helen Willis, the friendly neighbor in the '70s sitcom "The Jeffersons" which is one of the longest-running sitcoms: 2 wds.:

ROXIEROKER

18d. "___ bitten, twice shy":

ONCE

19d. "Frozen" snowman:

OLAF

20d. Gardening moss:

PEAT

20a. Breathe hard post a run:

PANT

21a. Family member, for short:

REL

22d. Actress ___ Tyler of "The Lord Of The Rings":

LIV

22a. "Enter the Dragon" actor Bruce ___:

LEE

23d. Directionally opposite to WNW: Abbr.:

ESE

24a. Wheel or gear tooth:

COG

25d. Institution of higher education in Atlanta: Abbr.:

GSU

26a. Prefix with "valent" and "vert":

AMBI

27d. Trench outside a castle filled with water:

MOAT

28d. "___! It's cold" (shiverer's sound):

BRR

29d. Chemical suffix for "chlor" or "ox":

IDE

30a. Actress who played Louise Jefferson, the main character on the '70s sitcom "The Jeffersons" which is one of the longest-running sitcoms: 2 wds.:

ISABELSANFORD

31d. U2 lead singer:

BONO

32d. "___ as the eye can see": 2 wds.:

ASFAR

33d. Gas in some motel lights:

NEON

34a. Presidential rejection:

VETO

35a. Copyright concern:

USE

36a. Queen's hit "We ___ the Champions":

ARE

37a. Zero, in soccer scores:

NIL

38d. Coastal recess:

INLET

39d. Rental agreement for a fixed-term:

LEASE

40a. Blanket ___ (sleepover construction):

FORT

41d. Respond to an invitation: Abbr.:

RSVP

42d. Small dent on a car, informally:

DING

42a. Actor who played Lionel Jefferson in the '70s sitcom "The Jeffersons" which is one of the longest-running sitcoms: 2 wds.:

DAMONEVANS

43d. Length times width:

AREA

44d. New York baseball team:

METS

45d. Travel permit:

VISA

46a. Ticked-off state:

IRE

47a. Lion's den:

LAIR

48a. Shoes popular with skateboarders:

VANS

49d. Small battery size:

AAA

50d. Convent dweller:

NUN

51d. Crafty, like a fox:

SLY

52a. Fish catcher:

NET

53a. Feminine suffix for "lion" or "host":

ESS

54a. ___ Benedict, who played Harry Bentley, the English neighbor in the '70s sitcom "The Jeffersons" which is one of the longest-running sitcoms:

PAUL

55a. Car's food:

GAS

56a. "...___, a drink with jam and bread" ("Do, re, mi" lyrics):

TEA

57a. "___ questions?":

ANY
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