1. The airforce of Great Britain. 4. Not one of the first three in a race or competition. 12. Edible tuber of any of several yams. 15. The compass point midway between northeast and east. 16. A city in southeastern Sicily that was founded by Corinthians in the 8th century BC. 17. (Irish) Mother of the ancient Irish gods. 18. A pass between mountain peaks. 19. A store or supply (especially of food or clothing or arms). 20. A landlocked desert republic in northcentral Africa. 22. Muslim name for God. 24. A category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality. 25. The amount a salary is increased. 26. Husk of a pea. 28. United States inventor who manufactured the first elevator with a safety device (1811-1861). 30. Any system of principles or beliefs. 31. Rheumatic or myalgic pains in the arms or legs. 35. Not only so, but. 38. A road that takes traffic around the edge of a town. 40. Old World wild swine having a narrow body and prominent tusks from which most domestic swine come. 41. Thickening of tissue in the motor tracts of the lateral columns and anterior horns of the spinal cord. 43. A state in northwestern North America. 44. A psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a magical incantation. 46. A group of biological taxa or species that share features inherited from a common ancestor. 49. A woman hired to suckle a child of someone else. 51. A loud harsh or strident noise. 52. Type genus of the Cariamidae comprising only the crested cariama. 54. According with custom or propriety. 56. Towards the shore from the water. 58. (Akkadian) God of wisdom. 59. An advanced law degree. 60. A switch made from the stems of the rattan palms. 63. A flat wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism. 66. Similar to the giraffe but smaller with much shorter neck and stripe on the legs. 69. A city in southern Turkey on the Seyhan River. 72. Cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetables. 74. The mission in San Antonio where in 1836 Mexican forces under Santa Anna besieged and massacred American rebels who were fighting to make Texas independent of Mexico. 76. Mild yellow Dutch cheese made in balls. 77. An interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open. 80. A corporation's first offer to sell stock to the public. 81. Widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions for its fragrant flowers and colorful fruits. 82. French neurologist who tried to use hypnotism to cure hysteria (1825-1893). 83. A score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely.
1. A summary that repeats the substance of a longer discussion. 2. Small arboreal tropical American insectivorous lizards with the ability to change skin color. 3. A boy or man. 4. Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581-1656). 5. A luminance unit equal to 1 candle per square meter measured perpendicular to the rays from the source. 6. The patterns of stress and intonation in a language. 7. The levorotatory form of dopa (trade names Bendopa and Brocadopa and Larodopa). 8. Type genus of the Aceraceae. 9. Money collected under a tariff. 10. A radioactive transuranic element produced by bombarding plutonium with neutrons. 11. An analgesic for mild pain. 12. A member of an extinct North American Indian people who lived in the Pit river valley in northern California. 13. Type genus of the Anatidae. 14. Produced by a manufacturing process. 21. Melon having yellowish rind and whitish flesh. 23. United States writer (born in Poland) who wrote in Yiddish (1880-1957). 27. An important seaport on the Island of Cebu in the Philippines. 29. Testacean rhizopods. 32. A Dravidian language spoken by the Gond people in south central India. 33. French tragedian who based his works on Greek and Roman themes (1639-1699). 34. A genus of tropical Asian and Malaysian palm trees. 36. A republic in southeastern Europe on the southern part of the Balkan peninsula. 37. The fourth month of the Hindu calendar. 39. Jordan's port. 42. Relating to or resembling or made of or adorned with pearls or mother-of-pearl. 45. The 17th letter of the Greek alphabet. 47. Any of a class of alcohols having 2 hydroxyl groups in each molecule. 48. A white metallic element that burns with a brilliant light. 50. An iron-clad vessel built by the Confederate forces in the hope of breaking the blockade imposed by the North. 53. A written proposal or reminder. 55. English economist noted for his studies of international trade and finance (born in 1907). 57. A port city in southwestern Turkey on the Gulf of Antalya. 61. A hard gray lustrous metallic element that is highly corrosion-resistant. 62. An extreme state of adversity. 64. An accidental hole that allows something (fluid or light etc.) to enter or escape. 65. (usually followed by `to') Having the necessary means or skill or know-how or authority to do something. 67. The 11th letter of the Hebrew alphabet. 68. Queen of England as the 6th wife of Henry VIII (1512-1548). 70. Chevrotain somewhat larger than the kanchil. 71. A primeval personification of air and breath. 73. Fermented alcoholic beverage similar to but heavier than beer. 75. United States musician (born in Japan) who married John Lennon and collaborated with him on recordings (born in 1933). 78. A white trivalent metallic element. 79. (astronomy) A measure of time defined by Earth's orbital motion.