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1. Ti­tle for the for­mer hered­i­tary monarch of Iran. 5. A mem­ber of an In­dian peo­ple for­merly liv­ing along the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas. 12. North Amer­i­can repub­lic con­tain­ing 50 states - 48 con­ter­mi­nous states in North Amer­ica plus Alaska in north­west North Amer­ica and the Hawai­ian Is­lands in the Pa­cific Ocean. 15. Tall palm tree bear­ing co­conuts as fruits. 16. Hav­ing the color of caramel. 17. A prom­i­nent rock or pile of rocks on a hill. 18. A vir­tu­ally ex­tinct Cau­casian lan­guage spo­ken ex­clu­sively in Turkey. 19. Found pleas­ant or at­trac­tive. 21. An aro­matic bal­sam. 22. (law) A de­fense by an ac­cused per­son pur­port­ing to show that he or she could not have com­mit­ted the crime in ques­tion. 23. Ac­cord­ing to the Old Tes­ta­ment he was a pa­gan king of Is­rael and hus­band of Jezebel (9th cen­tury BC). 24. Flesh of fish found in colder wa­ters of north­ern At­lantic coast of the United States. 27. Harsh or cor­ro­sive in tone. 29. Small buf­falo of Min­doro in the Philip­pines. 36. Wild sheep of north­ern Africa. 37. Scot­tish sea cap­tain who was hired to pro­tect Bri­tish ship­ping in the In­dian Ocean and then was ac­cused of piracy and hanged (1645-1701). 39. Horny plate cover­ing and pro­tect­ing part of the dor­sal sur­face of the dig­its. 40. In­jured by bites or stings. 41. (Jun­gian psy­chol­ogy) The in­ner self (not the ex­ter­nal per­sona) that is in touch with the un­con­scious. 43. Reg­is­ter for­mally. 44. An iso­gram con­nect­ing points hav­ing equal baro­met­ric pres­sure at a given time. 47. An in­hab­i­tant of Lap­p­land. 49. An of­fi­cer who acts as mil­i­tary as­sis­tant to a more se­nior of­fi­cer. 50. 100 sen­iti equal 1 pa'anga. 51. A blue dye ob­tained from plants or made syn­thet­i­cally. 52. A col­loid that has a con­tin­u­ous liq­uid phase in which a solid is sus­pended in a liq­uid. 53. The syl­la­ble nam­ing the fourth (sub­dom­i­nant) note of the di­a­tonic scale in solmiza­tion. 55. 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. 57. A col­or­less odor­less gaseous el­e­ment that give a red glow in a vac­uum tube. 58. Any­thing that cov­ers or con­ceals. 61. De­cid­u­ous trees or some shrubs of North Amer­ica. 65. West In­dian ev­er­green with medium to long leaves. 66. A flammable hy­dro­car­bon oil used as fuel in lamps and heaters. 69. A dis­ease of cat­tle and sheep at­trib­uted to a di­etary de­fi­ciency. 72. A mem­ber of one of the four di­vi­sions of the pre­his­toric Greeks. 73. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Turkey). 74. A group of is­lands off the west coast of Si­cily in the Mediter­ranean. 77. Can­cel, an­nul, or re­verse an ac­tion or its ef­fect. 78. The habi­ta­tion of wild an­i­mals. 79. In a naive man­ner. 80. Made of fir or pine.


1. A short erect tail. 2. A dis­rep­utable va­grant. 3. Any group or rad­i­cal of the form RCOwhere R is an or­ganic group. 4. Ja­panese painter whose work in­flu­enced the im­pres­sion­ists (1760-1849). 5. A ra­dioac­tive el­e­ment of the ac­tinide se­ries. 6. Small­est guenon mon­key. 7. Fleshy and usu­ally brightly col­ored cover of some seeds that devel­ops from the ovule stalk and par­tially or en­tirely en­velopes the seed. 8. Small de­cid­u­ous Asi­atic tree bear­ing large red or orange ed­i­ble as­trin­gent fruit. 9. Per­tain­ing to or re­sem­bling amoe­bae. 10. A tri­cy­cle (usu­ally pro­pelled by pedalling). 11. A sil­very duc­tile metal­lic el­e­ment found pri­mar­ily in baux­ite. 12. A state in the west­ern United States. 13. An up­hol­stered seat for more than one per­son. 14. An Ara­bic speak­ing per­son who lives in Ara­bia or North Africa. 20. The mother of Je­sus. 25. A hard brit­tle blue-white mul­ti­va­lent metal­lic el­e­ment. 26. Medium-sized tree-dwelling mon­key of the Ama­zon basin. 28. Be­ing nine more than ninety. 30. Come into ex­is­tence. 31. The small­est unit of DNA where a mu­ta­tion can oc­cur. 32. Some­one whose busi­ness is ad­ver­tis­ing. 33. Any of the open­ings to the nasal cav­i­ties that al­low air to flow through the cav­i­ties to the phar­ynx. 34. Type genus of the Diodon­ti­dae. 35. One of two al­ter­na­tive forms of a genes that can have the same lo­cus on ho­mol­o­gous chro­mo­somes and are re­spon­si­ble for al­ter­na­tive traits. 38. Be­come wider. 42. To or from ev­ery one of two or more (con­sid­ered in­di­vid­u­ally). 45. Hav­ing two faces or fronts. 46. A lan­guage spo­ken by the Atakapa peo­ple of the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas. 48. In­flam­ma­tion of the pleura of the lungs (es­pe­cially the pari­etal layer). 54. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that runs north­east into the Rhine. 56. A seat with a cush­ion that is used as a throne by In­dian princes. 59. Above av­er­age in size or num­ber or quan­tity or mag­ni­tude or ex­tent. 60. A large body of wa­ter con­sti­tut­ing a prin­ci­pal part of the hy­dro­sphere. 62. Sports equip­ment that is worn on the feet to en­able the wearer to glide along on wheels and to be pro­pelled by the al­ter­nate ac­tions of the legs. 63. A toi­let in Eng­land. 64. A French river that flows through the heart of Paris and then north­ward into the English Chan­nel. 67. A quan­tity of no im­por­tance. 68. An or­ganic com­pound that con­tains a hy­droxyl group bonded to a car­bon atom which in turn is dou­bly bonded to an­other car­bon atom. 70. Re­lat­ing to or char­ac­ter­is­tic of or oc­cur­ring on the sea or ships. 71. A room equipped with toi­let fa­cil­i­ties. 75. Of or re­lat­ing to the stom­ach and in­testines. 76. An­gu­lar dis­tance above the hori­zon (es­pe­cially of a ce­les­tial ob­ject).

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