CROSS­WORD 1885

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1. Of in­fe­rior or mixed breed. 4. Found in the or­di­nary course of events. 12. Hor­mone pro­duced early in preg­nancy by the pla­centa. 15. (Ir­ish) Mother of the an­cient Ir­ish gods. 16.The amount of elec­tro­mag­netic ra­di­a­tion leav­ing or ar­riv­ing at a point on a sur­face. 17. Leaf or strip from a leaf of the tal­ipot palm used in In­dia for writ­ing pa­per. 18. A pe­ri­odic paper­back pub­li­ca­tion. 19. Small space in a tis­sue or part such as the area be­tween veins on a leaf or an in­sect's wing. 20. Spir­i­tual be­ing at­ten­dant upon God. 22. East In­dian fruit tree bear­ing fruit sim­i­lar to but sweeter than that of the rambu­tan. 25. Chief port of Ye­men. 26.Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Tur­key). 27. A con­di­tion in which white scales of dead skin are shed by the scalp. 31. African tree hav­ing an ex­ceed­ingly thick trunk and fruit that re­sem­bles a gourd and has an ed­i­ble pulp called mon­key bread. 36.The blood group whose red cells carry both the A and B anti­gens. 37. A river that rises in cen­tral Ger­many and flows north to join the Elbe River. 40. A crown-like jew­elled head­dress worn by women on for­mal oc­ca­sions. 41. A white metal­lic el­e­ment that burns with a bril­liant light. 42. A log­a­rith­mic unit of sound in­ten­sity. 43. North Amer­i­can blue­birds. 45. A lipopro­tein that trans­ports choles­terol in the blood. 46. Be­ing one hun­dred more than two hun­dred. 48. A pro­to­col (uti­liz­ing TCP) to trans­fer hy­per­text re­quests and in­for­ma­tion be­tween servers and browsers. 49. A col­or­less and odor­less in­ert gas. 50. Re­lat­ing to or char­ac­ter­is­tic of or oc­cur­ring on the sea or ships. 51. Jor­dan's port. 54. (Greek mythol­ogy) The god­dess of youth and spring. 57. Chewy candy of sugar or syrup boiled un­til thick and pulled un­til glossy. 59. A woody climb­ing usu­ally trop­i­cal plant. 60. Lower in es­teem. 62. A soft silvery metal­lic el­e­ment of the al­kali earth group. 64. A town and port in north­west­ern Is­rael in the eastern Mediter­ranean. 68.Type genus of the Solei­dae. 69. Com­mon In­dian weaver­bird. 72. United States phys­i­ol­o­gist (born in Ger­many) who did re­search on partheno­gen­e­sis (1859-1924). 73. A mem­ber of the low­est or worker Hindu caste. 75.The cap­i­tal and largest city of Ghana with a deep-wa­ter port. 77. A run that is the re­sult of the bat­ter's per­for­mance. 78.The rate at which en­ergy is drawn from a source that pro­duces a flow of elec­tric­ity in a cir­cuit. 79. Cov­ered with or as if with a glossy and usu­ally brightly col­ored coat­ing. 81. A met­ric unit of vol­ume or ca­pac­ity equal to 10 liters. 82. A bev­er­age made by steep­ing tea leaves in wa­ter. 83. Spread abroad or out. 84. A loose sleeve­less outer gar­ment made from aba cloth.

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1. Pro­vid­ing so­phis­ti­cated amuse­ment by virtue of hav­ing ar­ti­fi­cially (and vul­garly) man­nered or ba­nal or sen­ti­men­tal qual­i­ties. 2. Rel­a­tively small fast-mov­ing sloth. 3. A gar­ment (coat or sweater) that has raglan sleeves. 4. An im­ple­ment used to erase some­thing. 5.Type and sole ex­tant genus of the Varanidae. 6. Any place of com­plete bliss and de­light and peace. 7.The for­mer cap­i­tal and 2nd largest city of Brazil. 8. A re­sort city in south­ern Ukraine on the Black Sea. 9. A nu­cleic acid con­sist­ing of large mol­e­cules shaped like a dou­ble he­lix. 10. A ra­dioac­tive el­e­ment of the ac­tinide se­ries. 11. Not only so, but. 12. Scot­tish writer of rus­tic verse (17701835). 13. Large swift fly the fe­male of which sucks blood of var­i­ous an­i­mals. 14. Of­fer­ing fun and gai­ety. 21. A river in south­east­ern Aus­tralia that flows gen­er­ally north­west to join the Dar­ling River. 23. Com­bined or joined to in­crease in size or quan­tity or scope. 24. A com­part­ment in front of a mo­tor ve­hi­cle where driver sits. 28. Hav­ing the wind against the for­ward side of the sails. 29. Act­ing or mov­ing or ca­pa­ble of act­ing or mov­ing quickly. 30. A strong be­lief in a su­per­nat­u­ral power or pow­ers that con­trol hu­man destiny. 32. Es­sen­tial oil or per­fume ob­tained from flow­ers. 33. Strong lightweight wood of the balsa tree used es­pe­cially for floats. 34. Type genus of the Ardei­dae. 35. A pale rose-col­ored va­ri­ety of the ruby spinel. 38. Lap at the front of a coat. 39. An­gu­lar dis­tance above the hori­zon (es­pe­cially of a ce­les­tial ob­ject). 44.The United Na­tions agency con­cerned with atomic en­ergy. 47. Brightly col­ored car­niv­o­rous fish of west­ern At­lantic and West Indies wa­ters. 52. Be­ing de­rived from. 53. Re­gional and ar­chaic. 55. A cy­cle that has two wheels. 56. Any of nu­mer­ous lo­cal fer­til­ity and na­ture deities wor­shipped by an­cient Semitic peo­ples. 58. A soft silvery metal­lic el­e­ment. 61. Ger­man mys­tic and theosophist who founded mod­ern theos­o­phy. 63. A unit of cur­rent equal to 10 am­peres. 65. Bri­tish film­maker (born in Hun­gary) (1893-1956). 66. Cubes of meat mar­i­nated and cooked on a skewer usu­ally with veg­eta­bles. 67. A promon­tory in north­ern Morocco op­po­site the Rock of Gi­bral­tar. 70. Type genus of the Acer­aceae. 71. A par­tic­u­lar geo­graph­i­cal re­gion of in­def­i­nite bound­ary (usu­ally serv­ing some spe­cial pur­pose or dis­tin­guished by its peo­ple or cul­ture or ge­og­ra­phy). 74. Black trop­i­cal Amer­i­can cuckoo. 76. A con­di­tion (mostly in boys) char­ac­ter­ized by be­hav­ioral and learn­ing dis­or­ders. 80. A very poi­sonous metal­lic el­e­ment that has three al­lotropic forms.

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