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1. Any of var­i­ous trees of the genus Ul­mus. 4. A white solid min­eral that oc­curs nat­u­rally

as per­i­clase. 12. A unit of heat equal to the amount of heat re­quired to raise one pound of wa­ter one de­gree Fahren­heit at one at­mos­phere pres­sure. 15. A doc­tor's de­gree in ed­u­ca­tion. 16. Of or re­lat­ing to or char­ac­ter­is­tic of Europe

or the peo­ple of Europe. 17. An­nual grass of Europe and North Africa. 18. A bar­rier con­structed to con­tain the flow or

wa­ter or to keep out the sea. 19. A mem­ber of the Sal­ish peo­ple in north­west­ern Wash­ing­ton. 20. 100 agorot equal 1 shekel. 22. Jor­dan's port. 24. (Ju­daism) An eight-day Jewish hol­i­day com­mem­o­rat­ing the reded­i­ca­tion of the Tem­ple of Jerusalem. 28. A fine grained min­eral hav­ing a soft soapy feel and con­sist­ing of hy­drated mag­ne­sium sil­i­cate. 29. A Bantu lan­guage spo­ken in Cameroon. 32. A unit of weight for pre­cious stones = 200

mg. 35. Food mix­tures either ar­ranged on a plate or tossed and served with a moist dress­ing. 38. A loose sleeve­less outer gar­ment made

from aba cloth. 40. A Hindu or Sikh re­li­gious leader and per­sonal teacher. 41. A warn­ing against cer­tain acts. 43. A unit of elec­tri­cal power in an AC cir­cuit equal to the power dis­si­pated when 1 volt pro­duces a cur­rent of 1 am­pere. 45. The rate at which heat is pro­duced by an

in­di­vid­ual in a rest­ing state. 46. (Baby­lo­nian) God of storms and wind. 47. Trees na­tive to East Indies hav­ing pin­nate

leaves. 50. The blood group whose red cells carry

both the A and B anti­gens. 51. (Bri­tish) An open river val­ley (in a hilly

area). 52. An en­er­getic Amer­i­can dance that was pop­u­lar in the 1930s (prob­a­bly named for the avi­a­tor Charles Lind­bergh). 53. A mem­ber of a sea­far­ing group of North Amer­i­can In­di­ans who lived on the Pa­cific coast of Bri­tish Columbia and south­west­ern Alaska. 55. Half the width of an em. 56. A sil­very soft waxy metal­lic el­e­ment of the

al­kali metal group. 60. With the mouth wide open as in won­der or

awe. 63. (Akka­dian) God of wis­dom. 64. A vil­lage of huts for na­tive Africans in

south­ern Africa. 67. An in­tensely ra­dioac­tive metal­lic el­e­ment that oc­curs in minute amounts in ura­nium ores. 68. (in­for­mal) `johnny' was ap­plied as a nick­name for Con­fed­er­ate sol­diers by the Fed­eral sol­diers in the Amer­i­can Civil War. 70. An anx­i­ety dis­or­der char­ac­ter­ized by chronic free-float­ing anx­i­ety and such symp­toms as ten­sion or sweat­ing or trem­bling of light-head­ed­ness or ir­ri­tabil­ity etc that has lasted for more than six months. 73. Pre­cip­i­ta­tion of ice pel­lets when there are

strong ris­ing air cur­rents. 76. Large west African tree hav­ing large pal­mately lobed leaves and ax­il­lary cy­mose pan­i­cles of small white flow­ers and one-winged seeds. 77. Largest known toad species. 78. Kauri pine. 80. A widely dis­trib­uted sys­tem con­sist­ing of all the cells able to in­gest bac­te­ria or col­loidal par­ti­cles etc, ex­cept for cer­tain white blood cells. 81. A strip of land pro­ject­ing into a body of

wa­ter. 82. A con­sti­tu­tional monar­chy in north­ern

Europe. 83. Noisy talk.


1. Trop­i­cal starchy tuber­ous root. 2. An ac­ci­den­tal hole that al­lows some­thing

(fluid or light etc.) to en­ter or es­cape. 3. De­signer drug de­signed to have the ef­fects of am­phet­a­mines (it floods the brain with sero­tonin) but to avoid the drug laws. 4. Flat table­land with steep edges. 5. Black-and-white short-necked web-footed

div­ing bird of north­ern seas. 6. The fa­ther of your fa­ther or mother. 7. A wooden pin pushed or driven into a sur­face. 8. Sur­pass­ing the or­di­nary es­pe­cially in size or

scale. 9. (Old Tes­ta­ment) Third son of Adam. 10. A state in mid­west­ern United States. 11. A genus of trop­i­cal Amer­i­can plants have sword-shaped leaves and a fleshy com­pound fruits com­posed of the fruits of sev­eral flow­ers (such as pineap­ples). 12. A club that peo­ple join in or­der to buy

se­lected books at re­duced prices. 13. A vil­lage in eastern Ire­land (north­west of

Dublin). 14. A state in the western United States. 21. A Rus­sian prison camp for po­lit­i­cal pris­on­ers. 23. Call upon in sup­pli­ca­tion. 25. A highly un­sta­ble ra­dioac­tive el­e­ment (the

heav­i­est of the halo­gen series). 26. Any or­ganic com­pound formed by adding

al­co­hol mol­e­cules to alde­hyde mol­e­cules. 27. Com­pelled forcibly by an out­side agency. 30. A port city in south­west­ern Iran. 31. Con­nected with or be­long­ing to or used in

a navy. 33. Con­gen­i­tal ab­sence of the heart (as in the

de­vel­op­ment of some mon­sters). 34. Hav­ing the char­ac­ter­is­tics of pitch or tar. 36. A large fleet. 37. A port city in eastern South Africa on the

In­dian Ocean. 39. An in­for­mal term for a fa­ther. 42. Any place of com­plete bliss and de­light

and peace. 44. The cap­i­tal and chief port of Qatar. 48. An of­fi­cial res­i­dence pro­vided by a church

for its par­son or vicar or rec­tor. 49. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that

runs north­east into the Rhine. 54. The abil­ity to form men­tal im­ages of things

or events. 57. A fed­er­a­tion of North Amer­i­can la­bor unions that merged with the Congress of In­dus­trial Or­ga­ni­za­tions in 1955. 58. Any of numer­ous hairy-bod­ied in­sects

in­clud­ing so­cial and soli­tary species. 59. Ro­man Em­peror who suc­ceeded Tiberius and whose un­con­trolled pas­sions re­sulted in man­i­fest in­san­ity. 61. A moun­tain peak in the An­des in Ar­gentina

(21,654 feet high). 62. Cap­i­tal and largest city of the Czech

Repub­lic. 65. A feel­ing of in­tense anger. 66. By bad luck. 69. De­rive or re­ceive plea­sure from. 71. A par­tic­u­lar ge­o­graph­i­cal re­gion of in­def­i­nite boundary (usu­ally serv­ing some spe­cial pur­pose or dis­tin­guished by its peo­ple or cul­ture or geog­ra­phy). 72. A piece of fur­ni­ture with a writ­ing sur­face and usu­ally draw­ers or other com­part­ments. 74. Some­one who is morally rep­re­hen­si­ble. 75. Your gen­eral store of re­mem­bered in­for­ma­tion. 79. A heavy brit­tle metal­lic el­e­ment of the

platinum group.

Some idea for an ar­ti­cle is buzzing around in your head and you may find that the ar­ti­cle could work well as a good ar­ti­cle for your lo­cal pa­per or per­haps a pop­u­lar blog. Be­come known as a good free­lance writer and the me­dia in­dus­try will be con­tact­ing you. Do this as a whim for a while and you will soon find your­self with a nice lit­tle in­come. You may find a back­log of work is wait­ing for your at­ten­tion in your own work­place to­day. At the noon break, be sure you take it-ex­er­cise, med­i­ta­tion or just a slow walk may help to re­fur­bish your en­er­gies for the af­ter­noon. This af­ter­noon, ex­chang­ing in­for­ma­tion is im­por­tant for your well­be­ing. An an­i­mal is pay­ing at­ten­tion to you this even­ing and it is time to train. The an­i­mal is old enough and wants to please.

You are a very force­ful speaker when the sub­ject is a fa­vorite of yours. You can com­mu­ni­cate with great en­thu­si­asm. There are op­por­tu­ni­ties to speak to small and large groups to­day. This could be in a lec­ture, work meet­ing, class, etc. Words flow like a river out of your mouth . . . And an emo­tional im­pact brings these words home to your lis­ten­ers. You have no trou­ble putting your feel­ings into words; in fact, you may have to ex­er­cise some con­trol over your tongue, for you are quick to say things and ev­ery­thing you com­mu­ni­cate packs a wal­lop. You may be sought af­ter for your ad­vice and coun­sel re­gard­ing emo­tional is­sues; care­ful. You help oth­ers see truth and there will be a new un­der­stand­ing. A so­cial event this even­ing is en­joyed by all.

Your in­ner self-con­fi­dence may be lack­ing-you could try to over­come this by de­fen­sive ag­gres­sive­ness. You prob­a­bly wish you had more of the self-as­sur­ance your fiery ac­quain­tances have. This is a good time to buckle down and con­cen­trate on your work. Your or­ga­ni­za­tional abil­i­ties and sense of re­spon­si­bil­ity will be what guides you and proves you suc­cess­ful. Con­fi­dence will soon come. Your ca­reer is be­com­ing more of a solid path. You en­joy and value your own life sit­u­a­tion to­day. You feel es­pe­cially kind to­ward a friend or loved one. Com­pany in your own home this even­ing may bring many com­pli­ments your way. You en­joy en­ter­tain­ing friends. Con­ver­sa­tions be­tween friends equal a form of com­fort and cheer­ful­ness.

You are not eas­ily swayed by other folks’ opin­ions, es­pe­cially to­day. You could be in­volved in an ex­cit­ing play of con­ver­sa­tion. You see no prob­lem in ex­press­ing your­self vo­cif­er­ously in al­most any sit­u­a­tion. Be­fore you speak, be wise and make sure your opin­ion is re­ally re­quested, es­pe­cially in the work world. Fam­ily, home, rel­a­tives and real es­tate play a big part in your life this even­ing. A keen in­ter­est in what makes things tick and who or what pulls the strings is the hall­mark of the men­tal cy­cle that be­gins now. Fig­ur­ing out ways to make your nest egg grow can be a pre­oc­cu­pa­tion this even­ing. If there are chil­dren in your fam­ily, you will want to make sure the school­work is up-to-date

and un­der­stood. You may be feel­ing frisky and friendly tonight.

You are in top men­tal con­di­tion to­day and you excel in any sort of de­bate, prob­lem solv­ing or im­prove­ment-ori­ented con­ver­sa­tion this morn­ing. This could mean an early morn­ing ap­point­ment or that the facts are in and you are ready to act. You can re­ally get your thoughts and ideas across-good com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Some­thing very im­por­tant that you have been push­ing to­ward for a long time is now within your reach. There is a feel­ing that any­thing is pos­si­ble if you set your sights high enough. To­day is a day to plan for the fu­ture and look at the big pic­ture. As you think on im­por­tant is­sues, try to be par­tic­u­larly sen­si­tive to oth­ers. There is an op­por­tu­nity for a new un­der­stand­ing. There is sat­is­fac­tion in help­ing a loved one win or per­form. This is a time when ideas and thoughts of all kinds are im­por­tant. Your mind could be quite clear and nat­u­ral. Ideas are flow­ing and come with ease. You have a knack for putting the feel­ings of a group into words and may serve as a teacher or spokesper­son. If you have ever con­sid­ered a vo­ca­tion in teach­ing, now may be the time to do some­thing about it. You might even con­sider vol­un­teer­ing to teach an adult read­ing class. You may be able to en­cour­age a friend to join you in this ven­ture. Hu­man­i­tar­ian ef­forts can in­flu­ence your work and life-path. You have an op­por­tu­nity to take con­trol and be­come more dis­ci­plined. Friends, group projects and com­mu­nity af­fairs

are sub­jects of im­por­tance around the din­ner ta­ble this even­ing.


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