Crossword Explorer Yemen - Level 1717

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Yemen - Level 1717

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1d. Continent where Mongolia is:

ASIA

1a. To request for information:

ASK

2d. Abrasive skin cleaner:

SCRUB

3d. "Would you ___ frog if you knew he was a prince?": 2 wds.:

KISSA

4d. "The Sonny & ___ Comedy Hour":

CHER

4a. Like a thickened bit of blood:

CLOT

5d. Kilauea's output:

LAVA

6d. Baseball and poker player ___ Hershiser:

OREL

7d. Actress Garr from "Tootsie":

TERI

8d. You can fly away on one:

PLANE

8a. Bachelor's home:

PAD

9d. Try for a certain goal, say:

AIM

10d. Actress Susan ___ of "The Partridge Family":

DEY

11a. ___-fi movie, like "Avatar":

SCI

12a. One slower than a tortoise, in a fable:

HARE

13a. Piece of fiction:

LIE

14a. Agency that audits taxpayers: Abbr.:

IRS

15a. "Never have I ___" (popular drinking game):

EVER

16a. "Back to Black" singer Winehouse:

AMY

17a. ___ Open, first annual Grand Slam tennis event of the year and the largest annual sporting event in the Southern Hemisphere:

AUSTRALIAN

18d. Action-adventure game with characters like Alex and Burns Byford: Abbr.:

TRAG

19d. She went down a rabbit hole:

ALICE

20a. ___ mitzvah:

BAR

21a. Rental agreement for a fixed-term:

LEASE

22d. Prefix with "puncture":

ACU

23d. British title for a knight:

SIR

24d. Ready-to-___ (supermarket offering):

EAT

25a. Andre ___, first male player to win tournament mentioned in 17a four times:

AGASSI

26d. Greta who played Mata Hari:

GARBO

27d. "My lips ___ sealed":

ARE

28d. Ernest Hemingway's "The Old Man and the ___":

SEA

29d. Popular motor oil additive: Abbr.:

STP

30a. "Homeland" organization: Abbr.:

CIA

31d. Scratch the surface of:

MAR

31a. Former World number one tennis player with 11 Women's Singles titles in the tournament mentioned in 17a: 2 wds.:

MARGARETCOURT

32d. India pale ___:

ALE

33d. Cheering sound made at a stadium:

RAH

34d. Smell that bothers the nose:

ODOR

35a. Words on a menu which means "cooked in the style of": 2 wds.:

ALA

36a. Gathered rewards like a farmer:

REAPED

37a. Place to get clean and also the title of 16a's signature song:

REHAB

38d. Rod Laver ___, one of the venues for the tournament mentioned in 17a:

ARENA

39a. The "O" in "S.O.S":

OUR

40d. Way of playing with an idiom, say:

USAGE

41d. ___ Federer, former World number one tennis player with 6 Men's Singles titles in the tournament mentioned in 17a:

ROGER

42a. Former World number one tennis player with 6 Men's Singles titles in the tournament mentioned in 17a: 2 wds.:

ROYEMERSON

43d. Be loud in a catfight, say:

YELL

44d. Canal in New York:

ERIE

45d. Crushed bit in a julep:

MINT

46d. Just about manages to survive:

EKES

47d. Pay attention to:

NOTE

48d. Frida Kahlo's creation:

ART

48a. An unreturned serve, in tennis:

ACE

49d. One in a garage:

CAR

50a. Gaston Leroux's "Opera Ghost":

ERIK

51a. "That happened a while ___":

AGO

52a. Competed in a relay race:

RAN

53a. Essay unit:

LINE

54a. Play hard to ___:

GET

55a. Word that precedes "...la la":

TRA

56a. "Sure why don't we.":

LETS

57a. "Before," in an old verse:

ERE
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