CROSSWORD 1439

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1. Com­mit­tee formed by a spe­cial-in­ter­est group to raise money for their fa­vorite po­lit­i­cal can­di­dates. 4. United States poet (1884-1933). 12. (com­puter sci­ence) A com­puter that is run­ning soft­ware that al­lows users to leave mes­sages and ac­cess in­for­ma­tion of gen­eral in­ter­est. 15. The ad­dress of a web page on the world

wide web. 16. The hon­ey­creep­ers. 17. The fatty flesh of eel. 18. Any of nu­mer­ous hairy-bod­ied in­sects

in­clud­ing so­cial and soli­tary species. 19. Con­sti­tut­ing the full quan­tity or ex­tent. 21. The United Na­tions agency con­cerned with

civil avi­a­tion. 23. A build­ing where trav­el­ers can pay for

lodg­ing and meals and other ser­vices. 24. A tele­vi­sion sys­tem that has more than the usual num­ber of lines per frame so its pic­tures show more de­tail. 25. A gover­nor of a prov­ince in an­cient Per­sia. 28. A com­plex of en­zymes that cause gly­col­y­sis. 30. A is­land in the Nether­lands An­tilles that is

the top of an ex­tinct vol­cano. 31. To put down by force or author­ity. 35. A gray lus­trous metal­lic el­e­ment of the rare

earth group. 37. A ra­dioac­tive transuranic el­e­ment pro­duced by bom­bard­ing plu­to­nium with neu­trons. 40. A duc­tile gray metal­lic el­e­ment of the lan­thanide se­ries. 41. A very loud ut­ter­ance (like the sound of an

an­i­mal). 43. Smaller of two tall fast-run­ning flight­less

birds sim­i­lar to os­triches but three-toed. 44. An an­tic­i­pated out­come that is in­tended or

that guides your planned ac­tions. 46. Span­ish poet and drama­tist (1898-1936). 48. French di­plo­mat who in 1793 tried to draw the United States into the war be­tween France and Eng­land (1763-1834). 49. (in­for­mal) Ex­cep­tion­ally good. 51. A genus of In­dri­idae. 52. The com­pass point mid­way be­tween

north­east and east. 53. The sound made by corvine birds. 55. A flat wing-shaped process or wing­like part

of an or­gan­ism. 58. Half the width of an em. 59. An an­cient city in north­ern Por­tu­gal. 63. 100 au­rar equal 1 krona. 66. Fal­low deer. 69. Elec­tronic equip­ment that pro­vides vis­ual

im­ages of vary­ing elec­tri­cal quan­ti­ties. 70. Large high frilly cap with a full crown. 73. Peren­nial herbs of eastern North Amer­ica

and Asia hav­ing aro­matic tuber­ous roots. 74. Air­tight sealed metal con­tainer for food or

drink or paint etc.. 75. Some­one who takes more time than nec­es­sary. 77. Any of nu­mer­ous lo­cal fer­til­ity and na­ture deities wor­shipped by an­cient Semitic peo­ples. 78. American prize­fighter who won the world heavy­weight cham­pi­onship three times (born in 1942). 79. An ex­e­cu­tioner who be­heads the con­demned per­son. 80. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that

runs north­east into the Rhine.

DOWN

1. One of the three sec­tions of the hip­bone. 2. Any of sev­eral tall trop­i­cal palms na­tive to south­east­ern Asia hav­ing egg-shaped nuts. 3. A pair of shoes with cleats on the soles. 4. (as­tron­omy) A mea­sure of time de­fined by

Earth's or­bital mo­tion. 5. (Akka­dian) God of wis­dom. 6. A hor­mone pro­duced by the an­te­rior pi­tu­itary gland that stim­u­lates the adrenal cor­tex. 7. A short sleep (usu­ally not in bed). 8. A short sim­ple song (or the words of a poem

in­tended to be sung). 9. A lack of vi­tal­ity. 10. A di­alect of English spo­ken in the Low­lands

of Scot­land. 11. The branch of en­gi­neer­ing sci­ence that stud­ies the uses of elec­tric­ity and the equip­ment for power gen­er­a­tion and dis­tri­bu­tion and the con­trol of ma­chines and com­mu­ni­ca­tion. 12. A small ball with a hole through the mid­dle. 13. Al­tered from an orig­i­nally straight con­di­tion. 14. Speak­ing a Slavic lan­guage. 20. A fam­ily of birds co­ex­ten­sive with the or­der

Rheiformes. 22. Any of var­i­ous herba­ceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshes. 26. The blood group whose red cells carry

both the A and B anti­gens. 27. (Span­ish) Saf­fron-fla­vored dish made of

rice with shell­fish and chicken. 29. The largest city of China. 32. East In­dian an­nual erect herb. 33. A col­or­less liq­uid hy­dro­car­bon ex­tracted from petroleum or coal tar and used in mak­ing syn­thetic resins. 34. Be­come taut or tauter. 36. Is­raeli statesman (born in Rus­sia) (18981978). 38. A na­tive or in­hab­i­tant of Slo­vakia. 39. A civil or mil­i­tary author­ity in Turkey or

Egypt. 42. Us­ing speech rather than writ­ing. 45. Pasta in the form of slen­der tubes. 47. The branch of com­puter sci­ence that deal with writ­ing com­puter pro­grams that can solve prob­lems cre­atively. 50. Men­tally or phys­i­cally in­firm with age. 54. The sen­sa­tion caused by heat en­ergy. 56. A light touch or stroke. 57. A mem­ber of an agri­cul­tural peo­ple in

south­east­ern In­dia. 60. Liv­ing in or char­ac­ter­is­tic of farm­ing or

coun­try life. 61. Greek mythol­ogy. 62. The cap­i­tal and largest city of Yemen. 64. Harsh or cor­ro­sive in tone. 65. Stems of beans and peas and pota­toes and grasses col­lec­tively as used for thatch­ing and bed­ding. 67. A flat-bot­tomed vol­canic crater that was

formed by an ex­plo­sion. 68. A shaft on which a wheel ro­tates. 71. A metal-bear­ing min­eral valu­able enough

to be mined. 72. The cry made by sheep. 76. A ra­dioac­tive gaseous el­e­ment formed by

the dis­in­te­gra­tion of ra­dium.

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