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1. A re­cur­ring sleep state dur­ing which dream­ing oc­curs. 4. Crowd or pack to ca­pac­ity. 11. Liq­uid food es­pe­cially of meat or fish or veg­etable stock of­ten con­tain­ing pieces of solid food. 15. A plant hor­mone pro­mot­ing elon­ga­tion of stems and roots. 16. Large genus of Aus­tralian ever­green shrubs or small trees with large dai­sy­like flow­ers. 17. The form of RNA that at­taches the cor­rect amino acid to the pro­tein chain that is be­ing syn­the­sized at the ri­bo­some of the cell (ac­cord­ing to di­rec­tions coded in the mRNA). 18. Show­ing your con­tempt by de­ri­sion. 20. Emit a cry in­tended to at­tract other an­i­mals. 21. Hav­ing been read. 22. Most im­por­tant el­e­ment. 23. Thigh of a hog (usu­ally smoked). 24. On a ship, train, plane or other ve­hi­cle. 25. A self-funded re­tire­ment plan that al­lows you to con­trib­ute a lim­ited yearly sum to­ward your re­tire­ment. 27. A flat-bot­tomed vol­canic crater that was formed by an ex­plo­sion. 29. De­signer drug de­signed to have the ef­fects of am­phet­a­mines (it floods the brain with sero­tonin) but to avoid the drug laws. 30. Hav­ing hid­den elec­tronic eaves­drop­ping de­vices. 33. An an­cient Egyp­tian city on the west bank of the Nile op­po­site Cairo. 35. A fic­ti­tious name used when the per­son per­forms a par­tic­u­lar so­cial role. 36. A city in the Euro­pean part of Rus­sia. 41. South Amer­i­can wood sor­rel cul­ti­vated for its ed­i­ble tu­bers. 42. A United Na­tions agency cre­ated to as­sist de­vel­op­ing na­tions by loans guar­an­teed by mem­ber gov­ern­ments. 46. A mod­i­fied bud con­sist­ing of a thick­ened glob­u­lar un­der­ground stem serv­ing as a re­pro­duc­tive struc­ture. 48. An in­tensely ra­dioac­tive metal­lic el­e­ment that oc­curs in minute amounts in ura­nium ores. 49. Of or re­lat­ing to ace­tone. 51. An elab­o­rate song for solo voice. 52. (Akka­dian) God of wis­dom. 53. A small cone-shaped pile of hay that has been left in the field un­til it is dry enough to carry to the hayrick. 54. A short high tone pro­duced as a sig­nal or warn­ing. 58. An open re­cep­ta­cle for hold­ing or dis­play­ing or serv­ing ar­ti­cles or food. 59. The longer of the two tele­graphic sig­nals used in Morse code. 61. The cap­i­tal of Guinea-Bis­sau. 63. Lack­ing a sense of se­cu­rity or af­ford­ing no ease or re­as­sur­ance. 66. The residue that re­mains when some­thing is burned. 67. An In­dian side dish of yo­gurt and chopped cu­cum­bers and spices. 71. A con­spic­u­ous dis­par­ity or dif­fer­ence as be­tween two fig­ures. 72. Of or on or re­lat­ing to the seashore. 75. The month fol­low­ing Fe­bru­ary and pre­ced­ing April. 76. Be­ing two more than fifty. 77. A res­i­dent of In­di­ana. 78. A Kwa lan­guage spo­ken by the Yoruba peo­ple in south­west­ern Nigeria. 79. A United Na­tions agency that in­vest di­rectly in com­pa­nies and guar­an­tees loans to pri­vate in­vestors. 80. A great raja. 81. A mem­ber of a Mayan peo­ple of south­west­ern Gu­atemala.


1. (computer science) A kind of computer ar­chi­tec­ture that has a rel­a­tively small set of computer in­struc­tions that it can per­form. 2. (used of count nouns) Ev­ery one con­sid­ered in­di­vid­u­ally. 3. Any of a group of an­tide­pres­sant drugs that in­hibit the ac­tion of monoamine ox­i­dase in the brain and so al­low monoamines to ac­cu­mu­late. 4. United States chore­og­ra­pher (19301988). 5. A sil­very duc­tile metal­lic el­e­ment found pri­mar­ily in baux­ite. 6. Am­phet­a­mine used in the form of a crys­talline hy­drochlo­ride. 7. A woman's lover. 8. Any prop­erty de­tected by the ol­fac­tory sys­tem. 9. An in­de­pen­dent agency of the United States gov­ern­ment re­spon­si­ble for col­lect­ing and co­or­di­nat­ing in­tel­li­gence and coun­ter­in­tel­li­gence ac­tiv­i­ties abroad in the na­tional in­ter­est. 10. Of or con­cern­ing Qatar. 11. The dense col­or­less frame­work of a chloro­plast. 12. (Greek mythol­ogy) One of the moun­tain nymphs. 13. Take away the weapons from. 14. A genus of Plo­cei­dae. 19. Make be­lieve. 26. Feel ad­mi­ra­tion for. 28. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Tur­key). 31. Move out of a curled po­si­tion. 32. The soc­cer or hockey player as­signed to pro­tect the goal. 34. The ba­sic unit of money in Poland. 37. A fed­eral agency es­tab­lished to reg­u­late the re­lease of new foods and healthre­lated prod­ucts. 38. A Span­ish ti­tle of re­spect for a man. 39. Any plant of the genus Er­ica. 40. (of a gluti­nous liq­uid such as paint) Not com­pletely dried and slightly sticky to the touch. 43. The cry made by sheep. 44. How a re­sult is ob­tained or an end is achieved. 45. Type genus of the Noc­tu­idae. 47. English monk and scholar (672-735). 50. A Bantu lan­guage that is one of the two ma­jor lan­guages of Zim­babwe. 55. Used to re­fer to cited works. 56. In­abil­ity to walk. 57. (Baby­lo­nian) Con­sort of An­shar. 60. Dog­like noc­tur­nal mam­mal of Africa and south­ern Asia that feeds chiefly on car­rion. 62. A par­tic­u­lar en­vi­ron­ment or walk of life. 64. Marked by or show­ing un­af­fected sim­plic­ity and lack of guile or worldly ex­pe­ri­ence. 65. Sur­pass­ing the or­di­nary es­pe­cially in size or scale. 68. (Is­lam) The man who leads prayers in a mosque. 69. The ba­sic unit of money in Bangladesh. 70. Starch re­sem­bling sago that is ob­tained from cuck­oop­int root. 73. Hor­mone se­creted by the pos­te­rior pi­tu­itary gland (trade name Pitressin) and also by nerve end­ings in the hy­po­thal­a­mus. 74. Bri­tish do­min­ion over In­dia (17571947).

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