This magazine editor lived a very cosmopolitan life

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1 As a student Chadwick got into a theater program at Oxford but couldn't afford it; this man played Equalizer & footed the bill
2 Immortalized by Tennyson this cavalry advance happened during the Crimean War in 1854
3 The peregrine this can really hit the gas going for prey hitting 200-plus mph
4 ...of WhatsApp & Beluga a service that evolved into the Messenger app
5 With almost 2 miles of paths Longleat is the largest of these in Britain; allow about 2 hours
6 A-ha! Literally I've caught you with your...
7 As this film hero: We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe
8 70 years after the highest peak in these mountains was 1st climbed a group conquered 15200' Dufourspitze the second-highest
9 This bird can beat its wings 70 times per second but when it slows down its body temperature can drop 50 degrees below its normal 104
10 ...of McDonnell Douglas F-15 Technical Services Company
11 As part of a 2017 promotion a pair of briefs with a 76-foot-wide waistband was made for this Dav Pilkey kids' book character
12 The TV series Entourage got people changing plain old hug into this 3-word phrase
13 The L.A. Dodgers tweeted From playing legendary figures to becoming one we'll never forget your iconic performance as him
14 After this pal led a raid on Harpers Ferry Frederick Douglass hightailed it out of the country to avoid questioning
15 This alliterative bird numbered between 3 & 5 billion in eastern North America in 1500 but was extinct by 1914
16 ...of Band-Aid & Listerine which cover up different things
17 With eight lanes for cars & two for trains this Down Under city's iconic bridge seen here is one of the world's widest
18 One theory says to flip this meaning to change things around came from rap battles; it's used in 8 Mile
19 Chadwick worked up to 8 hours a day with a choreographer to get what he called the groove of this Godfather of Soul
20 Later the model for a musical character Buddhist scholar Mongkut was crowned King Rama IV of the nation then called this
21 The brown type of this is Louisiana's state bird
22 ...of Schweppes & Dasani
23 Stretching almost a mile one of the longest railway platforms is at Gorakhpur Junction in this Indian state the U.P.
24 A jug does it; a sieve & an improbable story don't
25 In 2018 at this HBCU his D.C. alma mater Chadwick told grads Your very existence is wrapped up in the things you are here to fulfill
26 The president of the French republic declared himself this emperor III
27 The P is silent in the white-tailed this bird but in courtship a male's call is not; also the red combs swell over its eyes
28 ...of Skype
29 The tallest of these structures towers 870 feet over the Great Mosque of Algiers
30 In the 17th century it was a feather & a horse; today we use this idiom for one more burden you just can't take
31 Running from the North Sea to the Baltic Sea this country's Kiel Canal is 250 miles shorter than going around Jutland Peninsula
32 The trilby a type of this gets its name from an 1894 novel of that title
33 She won an Emmy in 2006 for playing Queen Elizabeth I & an Oscar in 2007 for playing Elizabeth II
34 An argumentative dispute (7 letters)
35 Idiomatically if you've lost these small spherical toys you may be losing your mind
36 This hefty noisemaker from Whitechapel Foundry began tolling for Londoners in 1859
37 Noted for its orchid gardens the Pacific port of Balboa sits at the southern end of this canal
38 The Oxford English Dictionary cites his novel Christine as the origin for Shut your pie-hole
39 In her unofficial anthem for the women's movement she sang I am strong I am invincible I am woman
40 To haggle over a small detail (7 letters)
41 Something overlooked has been lost in this a term that originated in dealing cards
42 Around 4000 years ago the first foundries in Mesopotamia began producing this alloy
43 Buildings on the Prinsengracht Canal in this city include one with a secret annex
44 This title heroine of a 1913 novel now means someone who's cheerful to the point of being irritating
45 is the website of anti-capital punishment nun Helen Prejean famous for this her first book
46 Scandinavian traitor (8 letters)
47 Art Fleming & Don Pardo were in the video for this Weird Al parody song
48 Several different foundries worked for 4 months to build this ironclad that faced off against the Merrimack
49 One of the world's busiest shipping lanes the Suez Canal connects these 2 bodies of water
50 Micawber meaning an irresponsible optimist comes from the name of a character in this Dickens novel
51 Not Jeopardy! -like but puzzled (9 letters)
52 In A Moveable Feast Gertrude Stein is quoted as calling Hemingway & his ilk this a term later used more broadly
53 Once one of the largest of its kind the Gary Works in Indiana is still a functioning foundry of this corporation
54 When the Erie Canal project began in 1817 it was derisively called this man's ditch; he was the governor who had promoted it
55 The title of this 1961 novel is shorthand for a no-win situation
56 Her staining technique set her apart from other abstract expressionists & influenced younger artists
57 Term for a 40-to-49 year old (14 letters)
58 The biblical Asher & Zebulun were 2 of these that despite the name reached the Promised Land
59 Seen here is a foundry creating steel via the process named for this Englishman

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