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1. Ma­te­rial used to daub walls. 5. Trop­i­cal Amer­i­can trees. 12. Thick­en­ing of tis­sue in the mo­tor tracts of the lat­eral col­umns and an­te­rior horns of the spinal cord. 15. A Bri­tish peer rank­ing be­low a Mar­quess and above a Vis­count. 16. For­ti­fi­ca­tion con­sist­ing of a low wall. 17. Resin­like sub­stance se­creted by cer­tain lac in­sects. 18. A mem­ber of an Iro­quoian peo­ple for­merly liv­ing on the south shore of Lake Erie in north­ern Ohio and north­west Penn­syl­va­nia and west­ern New York. 19. (her­aldry) Stand­ing on four feet. 20. (Ir­ish) Mother of the an­cient Ir­ish gods. 21. A sum­mary that re­peats the sub­stance of a longer dis­cus­sion. 23. A duc­tile gray metal­lic el­e­ment of the lan­thanide series. 24. Nor­we­gian ex­plorer of the Arc­tic and di­rec­tor of the League of Na­tions re­lief pro­gram for refugees of World War I (18611930). 26. (sports) Some­one in charge of train­ing an ath­lete or a team. 29. A mem­ber of the Moslem dy­nasty that ruled In­dia un­til 1857. 32. Climb­ing sala­man­ders. 36. Fid­dler crabs. 37. Some­one (es­pe­cially a woman) who an­noys peo­ple by con­stantly find­ing fault. 40. Come into ex­is­tence. 41. A vi­o­lin made by An­to­nio Stradi­vari or a mem­ber of his fam­ily. 43. Of or re­lat­ing to or lo­cated near a hilum. 45. Type genus of the fam­ily Ar­ci­dae. 46. A Dra­vid­ian lan­guage spo­ken in south­ern In­dia. 48. As­sist or en­cour­age, usu­ally in some wrong­do­ing. 50. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that runs north­east into the Rhine. 51. Per­tain­ing to fil­berts or hazel­nuts. 52. The wan­ton killing of many peo­ple. 54. A three-tone Chadic lan­guage. 55. Trop­i­cal Amer­i­can tree pro­duc­ing ca­cao beans. 57. A sil­very duc­tile metal­lic el­e­ment found pri­mar­ily in baux­ite. 58. A sliver-white metal­lic el­e­ment of the plat­inum group that re­sem­bles plat­inum. 61. A very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet be­gun to walk or talk. 67. An anx­i­ety disor­der as­so­ci­ated with se­ri­ous trau­matic events and char­ac­ter­ized by such symp­toms as guilt about sur­viv­ing or re­liv­ing the trauma in dreams or numb­ness and lack of in­volve­ment with re­al­ity or re­cur­rent thoughts and im­ages. 70. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Tur­key). 74. The 22nd let­ter of the Greek al­pha­bet. 75. Shrubby lichens of the fam­ily Us­neaceae hav­ing a flat­tened thal­lus. 77. A work­place for the con­duct of sci­en­tific re­search. 78. Head­dress that pro­tects the head from bad weather. 79. United States writer of de­tec­tive thrillers fea­tur­ing the char­ac­ter of Philip Mar­lowe (1888-1959). 80. A loose sleeve­less outer gar­ment made from aba cloth.


1. Dis­tin­guished from Bovi­dae by the male's hav­ing solid de­cid­u­ous antlers. 2. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that runs north­east into the Rhine. 3. In or re­lat­ing to or ob­tained from urine. 4. The white­ness that re­sults from re­mov­ing the color from some­thing. 5. The unit of fre­quency. 6. Take in solid food. 7. A unit of apothe­cary weight equal to an eighth of an ounce or to 60 grains. 8. Amount of a charge or pay­ment rel­a­tive to some ba­sis. 9. A fed­eral agency es­tab­lished to co­or­di­nate pro­grams aimed at re­duc­ing pol­lu­tion and pro­tect­ing the en­vi­ron­ment. 10. English rock star and gui­tarist and song­writer who with Paul Mc­Cart­ney wrote most of the mu­sic for the Bea­tles (1940-1980). 11. Un­armed feather palms of cen­tral and north­ern South Amer­ica. 12. By bad luck. 13. A nar­row way or road. 14. The act of scan­ning. 22. A unit of force equal to the force that im­parts an ac­cel­er­a­tion of 1 foot/sec/sec to a mass of 1 pound. 25. The ba­sic unit of money in Nige­ria. 27. A flat wing-shaped process or wing­like part of an or­gan­ism. 28. Wa­ter buf­falo of the Philip­pines. 30. A feast day and the seven days fol­low­ing it. 31. A store­house for threshed grain or an­i­mal feed. 33. English the­o­ret­i­cal physi­cist who ap­plied rel­a­tiv­ity the­ory to quan­tum me­chan­ics and pre­dicted the ex­is­tence of an­ti­mat­ter and the positron (1902-1984). 34. A steep ar­ti­fi­cial slope in front of a for­ti­fi­ca­tion. 35. Hav­ing the sur­face burned quickly with in­tense heat. 38. A repub­lic in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea. 39. Trop­i­cal Amer­i­can tree grown in south­ern United States hav­ing a whitish pink­tinged fruit. 42. An or­gan in its ear­li­est stage of de­vel­op­ment. 44. A widely dis­trib­uted sys­tem con­sist­ing of all the cells able to in­gest bac­te­ria or col­loidal par­ti­cles etc, ex­cept for cer­tain white blood cells. 47. Small Eu­ro­pean fresh­wa­ter fish with a slen­der bluish-green body. 49. A male monarch or em­peror (es­pe­cially of Rus­sia prior to 1917). 53. The 1st let­ter of the He­brew al­pha­bet. 56. A na­tive or in­hab­i­tant of Crete. 59. The blood group whose red cells carry both the A and B anti­gens. 60. An an­cient up­right stone slab bear­ing mark­ings. 62. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Tur­key). 63. Any­thing that serves as an en­tice­ment. 64. God of love and erotic de­sire. 65. With no ef­fort to con­ceal. 66. A blue dye ob­tained from plants or made syn­thet­i­cally. 68. Some­one who works (or pro­vides work­ers) dur­ing a strike. 69. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken south of Lake Chad. 71. A com­mu­nist na­tion that cov­ers a vast ter­ri­tory in east­ern Asia. 72. The syl­la­ble nam­ing the sixth (sub­me­di­ant) note of a ma­jor or mi­nor scale in solmiza­tion. 73. Any of var­i­ous dark heavy vis­cid sub­stances ob­tained as a residue. 76. A col­or­less odor­less gaseous el­e­ment that give a red glow in a vac­uum tube.

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