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1. A con­di­tion (mostly in boys) char­ac­ter­ized by

be­hav­ioral and learn­ing dis­or­ders. 4. Aroused or ac­ti­vated. 12. In­quire about. 15. Amer­i­can prize­fighter who won the world heavy­weight cham­pi­onship three times (born in 1942). 16. Gi­ant tree­like plant hav­ing ed­i­ble nuts and leaf­stalks that yield a re­fresh­ing drink of clear wa­tery sap. 17. Fiddler crabs. 18. At a great dis­tance in time or space or de­gree. 19. A non­s­teroidal anti-in­flam­ma­tory drug (trade

name Cli­no­ril). 20. A bar­rier con­structed to con­tain the flow or

wa­ter or to keep out the sea. 21. Ac­cord­ing to the Old Tes­ta­ment he was a pa­gan king of Is­rael and hus­band of Jezebel (9th cen­tury BC). 23. A port city in south­west­ern Turkey on the Gulf

of An­talya. 25. A sud­den very loud noise. 28. Date used in reck­on­ing dates be­fore the sup­posed year Christ was born. 30. An Ara­bic speak­ing per­son who lives in Ara­bia

or North Africa. 35. Tend­ing or in­tended to rec­tify or im­prove. 40. A flat wing-shaped process or wing­like part of

an or­gan­ism. 41. Of or re­lat­ing to or con­tain­ing bar­ium. 43. A city in north­ern In­dia. 44. Game in which match­sticks are ar­ranged in rows and play­ers al­ter­nately re­move one or more of them. 45. Af­fect with won­der. 46. A hos­pi­tal unit staffed and equipped to pro­vide in­ten­sive care. 47. For­bid­den to pro­fane use es­pe­cially in South

Pa­cific is­lands. 49. An agency of the United Na­tions af­fil­i­ated

with the World Bank. 52. A genus of herbs and shrubs be­long­ing to the

fam­ily Euphor­biaceae. 55. A great water­fall on the bor­der be­tween Brazil

and Paraguay. 56. (used as a com­bin­ing form) Re­cent or new. 57. The dis­trict oc­cu­pied en­tirely by the city of

Wash­ing­ton. 58. A small dig­i­tal com­puter based on a mi­cro­pro­ces­sor and de­signed to be used by one per­son at a time. 59. Ed­i­ble mus­cle of mol­lusks hav­ing fan-shaped

shells. 64. The fi­nan­cial gain (earned or un­earned) ac­cru­ing over a given pe­riod of time. 68. The cry made by sheep. 69. Of or con­tain­ing lithium. 72. Con­sist­ing of or made of wood of the oak tree. 73. (used es­pe­cially of per­sons) Hav­ing lived for a

rel­a­tively long time or at­tained a spe­cific age. 74. (es­pe­cially of plants) De­vel­oped with­out

chloro­phyll by be­ing de­prived of light. 76. Stan­dard time in the 5th time zone west of

Green­wich, reck­oned at the 75th merid­ian. 77. (mean­ing lit­er­ally `born') Used to in­di­cate the

maiden or fam­ily name of a mar­ried woman. 78. State in which the con­di­tion of life is ex­tremely bad as from de­pri­va­tion or op­pres­sion or ter­ror. 79. 10 hao equal 1 dong. 1. A Chadic lan­guage spo­ken south of Lake Chad. 2. Pompous or pre­ten­tious talk or writ­ing. 3. English the­o­ret­i­cal physi­cist who ap­plied rel­a­tiv­ity the­ory to quan­tum me­chan­ics and pre­dicted the ex­is­tence of an­ti­mat­ter and the positron (1902-1984). 4. Elec­tri­cal con­duc­tion through a gas in an

ap­plied elec­tric field. 5. A mem­ber of a North Amer­i­can peo­ple for­merly liv­ing in the Colorado river val­ley in Ari­zona. 6. (of­ten fol­lowed by `for') Ar­dently or ex­ces­sively

de­sirous. 7. Fiber from an East In­dian plant Hibis­cus

cannabi­nus. 8. An or­ganic com­pound that con­tains a hy­droxyl group bonded to a car­bon atom which in turn is dou­bly bonded to an­other car­bon atom. 9. Any of the open­ings to the nasal cav­i­ties that al­low air to flow through the cav­i­ties to the phar­ynx. 10. English es­say­ist (1775-1834). 11. A met­ric unit of vol­ume or ca­pac­ity equal to

10 liters. 12. Wild sheep of north­ern Africa. 13. Some­one who works (or pro­vides work­ers)

dur­ing a strike. 14. God of love and erotic de­sire. 22. (Scot­tish) Bluish-black or gray-blue. 24. A na­tive-born Is­raeli. 26. A unit of dry mea­sure used in Egypt. 27. A com­part­ment in front of a mo­tor ve­hi­cle

where driver sits. 29. Be­long­ing to or pre­scribed for celiac dis­ease. 31. A small cake leav­ened with yeast. 32. Small Euro­pean fresh­wa­ter fish with a slen­der

bluish-green body. 33. (Bri­tish) A dealer in tex­tiles (es­pe­cially silks). 34. Type genus of the Alau­di­dae. 36. Ar­bo­real snake of cen­tral and south­ern Africa

whose bite is of­ten fa­tal. 37. (folk­lore) A corpse that rises at night to drink

the blood of the liv­ing. 38. An an­cient Egyp­tian city on the west bank of

the Nile op­po­site Cairo. 39. Any of a group of heav­enly spir­its un­der the

god Anu. 42. A unit of ab­sorbed ion­iz­ing ra­di­a­tion equal to

100 ergs per gram of ir­ra­di­ated ma­te­rial. 48. The in­ner and longer of the two bones of the

hu­man fore­arm. 50. Nor­mal re­laxed breath­ing. 51. The cap­i­tal and largest city of Bangladesh. 53. In a ve­he­ment outcry. 54. The form of govern­ment of a so­cial or­ga­ni­za­tion. 60. The gen­eral ac­tiv­ity of sell­ing. 61. (of a young an­i­mal) Aban­doned by its mother

and raised by hand. 62. United States in­ven­tor who man­u­fac­tured the first el­e­va­tor with a safety de­vice (18111861). 63. A unit of il­lu­mi­na­tion equal to 1 lu­men per

square cen­time­ter. 65. An en­dorse­ment. 66. Flat table­land with steep edges. 67. (pre­fix) Within. 70. The United Na­tions agency con­cerned with

the in­ter­ests of la­bor. 71. A tight-fit­ting head­dress. 75. A light strong gray lus­trous cor­ro­sion-re­sis­tant metal­lic el­e­ment used in strong light-weight al­loys (as for air­plane parts).


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