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1 Diocletian's domestic program included these; iugatio was levied for property & capitatio for individuals
2 A slogan associated with the environmental movement urges think globally act this way
3 His song Crocodile Rock was a No. 1 hit in 1973
4 On a Middle East trip Joe Biden greeted Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with this gesture
5 Paula Vogel re-imagined this Shakespeare wife in a work named for her & subtitled A Play about a Handkerchief
6 The ocean (also a movie title): MN
7 Switzerland was formed in the 13th century after an alliance of these political divisions formed to combat the Habsburgs
8 The FBI's motto is fidelity bravery this
9 A crocodile named Tick-Tock swallows an alarm clock & a hand in this animated Disney film
10 The February shutdown of an Abbott plant was part of a shortage of this product that alarmed many parents
11 Lynn Nottage won her second Pulitzer for this play named for what comes off the brows of the factory workers it portrays
12 A garland:L
13 King Frederick VIII gave way to Christian X who brought things full circle to Frederick IX in this country
14 A flag of the American Revolution featured a coiled rattlesnake above this 4-word motto
15 The DC Comics supervillain Killer Croc is a menace to this hero nearly drowning him at one point
16 USC & UCLA announced a move to this conference whose teams they've often faced in the Rose Bowl
17 From the time he was born in New York City on July 4 1927 this playwright was Broadway Bound
18 A porch or patio: LN
19 Created Jan. 28 1918 after the Bolshevik Revolution this fighting force suffered a purge some 20 years later E
20 Crocubot is a half-crocodile half-robot character on this cartoon about a mad scientist & his grandson
21 Research by an 8th grade civics class in Massachusetts got Elizabeth Johnson a pardon for her 1693 conviction for this crime
22 Her A Raisin in the Sun was the first play by an African-American woman to be produced on Broadway
23 Thank you: MHL
24 Sent to convert the Anglo-Saxons St. Augustine became the first archbishop of this in the 6th century
25 The United Negro College Fund began using this iconic slogan in 1972
26 In a book series by Bernard Waber a family finds this friendly croc whose name rhymes with crocodile living in their new home
27 In a March address this president declared We will not give up anything. & We will fight for every meter of our land
28 This playwright seen here has written several screenplays including the most recent adaptation of West Side Story
29 A woman: WHN
30 Vasari stated that this famous portrait was commissioned by the subject's husband silk merchant Francesco del Giocondo
31 A bog (8 letters)
32 Anjelica's dad he directed the screen adaptation of Annie one of his final films
33 Bridges can cross rivers roads or as in the London one seen here these man-made waterways
34 In a 2019 charity sale in Geneva a $31 million bid won a Patek Philippe one of these
35 Once an agricultural paradise the Valley of Heart's Delight is now this tech-centric California valley
36 A man & a woman hold each other close in Dance in the Country by this French painter
37 Literary bell ringer (9 letters)
38 Sylvester Stallone directed this ah ha ha ha sequel to Saturday Night Fever featuring music by his brother Frank
39 In The Merchant of Venice Solanio asks Now what news on this bridge & shopping area
40 In 2020 an unnamed bidder spent $4.2 million for the so-called EID MAR coin minted by this assassin
41 This military decoration was first awarded for bravery in action but later came to honor those wounded or killed serving their nation
42 This artist donated the proceeds from her portrait of Breonna Taylor to fund college scholarships
43 Astringent pear-like fruit (6 letters)
44 A far cry from Shakespeare he directed 2011's Thor & 2015's Cinderella
45 Opened in 1920 the bridge originally named for this avenue helped it become Chicago's famous shopping street
46 In 2018 Vineyard Wind based in this state successfully bid $135 million for a lease on a wind power area off the coast
47 He's the much-traveled medieval king seen here
48 Here's a portrait of this provocative photographer who was also a great art subject
49 Guatemala's national bird (7 letters)
50 This actor who starred in Bird & Lee Daniels' the Butler took a breath & sat in the director's chair for Waiting to Exhale
51 Magdalene Bridge also called the Great bridge crosses this 3-letter river in a British university city
52 At a 2020 documents auction the winning bid was $45000 for the 1947 title transfer of the Flamingo Hotel to this mobster
53 In a novel by this man Tolbooth Prison in Edinburgh is known as The Heart of Midlothian
54 This contemporary Chinese artist & activist made the film Human Flow about displaced people & refugees
55 Adjective meaning the most typical (14 letters)
56 Oscar-nominated for films like 12 Angry Men & Network in the late '70s he was tapped to direct The Wiz
57 It's the river flowing beneath Bangkok's Rama VI Bridge
58 Bayer's acquisition of this U.S. seed giant was not without headaches as the bid had to go up to $66 billion
59 Here's this basilica that looms over Paris


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1 The 2007 biopic called La Mome in France meaning the Kid was released in the U.S. under this other French title
2 England's southwesternmost point is the tip of this peninsula in Cornwall
3 A weighty raptor of genus Buteo
4 Bottled sand art available for purchase in this Middle East kingdom; the city of Aqaba is famous for it
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