Crossword Explorer Venezuela - Level 1702

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Venezuela - Level 1702

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1d. Weightlifting location, for short:

GYM

1a. "Hollaback Girl" singer Stefani:

GWEN

2d. Pursue romantically:

WOO

3d. Famous Freudian concept:

EGO

4d. Skilled assassin from martial arts action movies:

NINJA

5d. Boat paddles:

OARS

5a. Spherical object, like a globe:

ORB

6d. ___ Bannister, British middle-distance athlete who ran the first sub-four minute mile in 1954:

ROGER

7d. Red liquid that flows through the human body:

BLOOD

8d. Persistent pain:

ACHE

8a. Enquire about something:

ASK

9d. Long bone in the leg:

SHIN

10d. Peck on the cheek, e.g.:

KISS

11a. Cartoon bear from "The Huckleberry Hound Show":

YOGI

12a. One of the early Internet pioneers:

AOL

13a. Chinese martial art Tai ___:

CHI

14a. Prefix with "walk" to mean Michael Jackson's signature dance move:

MOON

15d. Big name in cosmetics, ___ Lauder:

ESTEE

15a. Literary "therefore":

ERGO

16a. Belongs to him:

HIS

17a. American track and field athlete who won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games and is considered one of the greatest athletes ever: 2 wds.:

JESSEOWENS

18d. Historic Sicilian city:

ENNA

19d. Sea tide feature:

WAVE

20d. Vessel Jack and Jill carried up the hill:

PAIL

20a. What grows out of a seed:

PLANT

21d. University faculty member, for short:

LECT

22a. Amounts of certain nutrients the human body needs per day: Abbr.:

RDA

23d. Combat sport that allows striking and grappling: Abbr.:

MMA

23a. American financial services company, Fannie ___:

MAE

24a. "___ Yokio," Netflix animated series in which Jaden Smith provided voice for the lead character:

NEO

25d. Eric Clapton song "___ Love":

OLD

26a. Where a bunch of flowers could go:

VASE

27d. Money given to the poor:

ALMS

28d. Email account folder where all the junk mail goes:

SPAM

29d. Computer key that helps you get out, for short:

ESC

30a. American retired competitive swimmer who won a record eight gold medals at the 2008 Olympic Games and is considered the greatest swimmer ever: 2 wds.:

MICHAELPHELPS

31d. Horse's foot:

HOOF

32d. Found in a classroom or the eye:

PUPIL

33d. Rabbit ___ (into which Alice tumbled):

HOLE

34a. Important Silicon Valley city Palo ___:

ALTO

35a. Like Starsky & Hutch, as a team:

DUO

36a. Prefix with "book" to mean Apple's laptop:

MAC

37a. Wood used in wine barrels or flooring:

OAK

38d. Pleasant smell from the kitchen, say:

AROMA

39d. Measure of gold's purity:

KARAT

40a. "Proto" or "cyto" suffix:

PLASM

41d. 1996 John Travolta action thriller "Broken ___":

ARROW

42d. Makes a note:

JOTS

42a. American professional boxer who defeated Muhammad Ali in what is famously called the "Fight of the Century": 2 wds.:

JOEFRAZIER

43d. "Well, alright!": 2 wds.:

OHOK

44d. Television's most coveted award:

EMMY

45d. "Titanic" actor Billy:

ZANE

46a. Electrical resistance unit:

OHM

47a. Christian televangelist Roberts:

ORAL

48a. 2015 drama film in which Brie Larson played a woman who has been held captive for seven years:

ROOM

49d. Sash that goes over a kimono:

OBI

50d. Burn the midnight ___ (work late into the night):

OIL

51d. Had brunch with, say:

MET

52a. ___ Brady, American football quarterback who led the New England Patriots to a great comeback victory against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI:

TOM

53a. "The Running ___," Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer 1987 sci-fi film:

MAN

54a. Award Sydney Lucas won at the age of ten:

OBIE

55a. Penelope Cruz starrer film "Vanilla ___":

SKY

56a. Nibbled away:

ATE

57a. ___ Chamberlain, American basketball player who is the only player to score 100 points in a single NBA game:

WILT
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