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1. A writ­ten agree­ment be­tween two states or sov­er­eigns.

5. A per­son who drinks al­co­holic bev­er­ages (es­pe­cially to ex­cess). 12.Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Turkey).

15. Be­side one an­other in a row or rank.

16. Caus­ing or able to cause nau­sea.

17. A work­place for the con­duct of sci­en­tific re­search.

18.West In­dian tree hav­ing racemes of fra­grant white flow­ers and yield­ing a durable tim­ber and resinous juice.

20. Marked by skill in de­cep­tion.

21. Glazed yeast-raised dough­nut-shaped roll with hard crust.

23. A port city in south­west­ern Iran.

24. Large brown sea­weeds hav­ing fluted leath­ery fronds.

26. (Bri­tish) An open river val­ley (in a hilly area).

27.The re­cip­i­ent of funds or other ben­e­fits.

29. Sug­ges­tive of the su­per­nat­u­ral.

30. (foot­ball) The per­son who plays tail­back.

35. Genus of erect herbs of the Mid­dle East hav­ing showy flow­ers.

40. A plant hor­mone pro­mot­ing elon­ga­tion of stems and roots.

41. An early Chris­tian church de­signed like a Ro­man basil­ica.

43. Al­sa­tian artist and poet who was co­founder of Dadaism in Zurich.

44. A color vary­ing from dark pur­plish brown to dark red.

46. A ra­dioac­tive metal­lic el­e­ment that is sim­i­lar to tel­lurium and bis­muth.

47. Not par­tic­i­pat­ing in a chem­i­cal re­ac­tion.

49. Be­come ado­les­cent.

51. A feel­ing of strong ea­ger­ness (usu­ally in fa­vor of a per­son or cause).

52. A sil­very soft waxy metal­lic el­e­ment of the al­kali metal group.

53. A fed­er­a­tion of North Amer­i­can la­bor unions that merged with the Congress of In­dus­trial Or­ga­ni­za­tions in 1955.

61. A sum­mary that re­peats the sub­stance of a longer dis­cus­sion.

63. King of Scot­land (died in 1057).

66. A can­vas or leather bag for car­ry­ing game (es­pe­cially birds) killed by a hunter.

70.The com­pass point that is one point

north of due east.

71.The soc­cer or hockey player as­signed

to pro­tect the goal.

74. An area of sand slop­ing down to the wa­ter of a sea or lake.

75.The com­pass point that is one point

east (clock­wise) of due north.

76. Small genus of chiefly Amer­i­can herbs.

78. (Ir­ish) Mother of the an­cient Ir­ish gods.

79. A doc­tor's de­gree in ed­u­ca­tion.

80. A non­s­teroidal anti-in­flam­ma­tory drug (trade name Cli­no­ril).

81. A serve that strikes the net be­fore fall­ing into the re­ceiver's court.


1. Large bur­row­ing ro­dent of South and Cen­tral Amer­ica.

2. An Ara­bic speak­ing per­son who lives in Ara­bia or North Africa.

3. Large genus of African trees bear­ing kola nuts.

4. Pre­ten­tious or silly talk or writ­ing.

5. (Sume­rian) Con­sort of Du­muzi (Tam­muz).

6. A poly­va­lent metal­lic el­e­ment that re­sem­bles chromium and tung­sten in its prop­er­ties. 7.The cap­i­tal of Kyr­gys­tan (known as

Frunze 1926-1991).

8. A small is­land.

9. Ir­ish chemist who es­tab­lished that air has weight and whose def­i­ni­tions of chem­i­cal el­e­ments and chem­i­cal re­ac­tions helped to dis­so­ci­ate chem­istry from alchemy (1627-1691). 10.The square of a body of any size of


11. (in­for­mal) `johnny' was ap­plied as a nick­name for Con­fed­er­ate sol­diers by the Fed­eral sol­diers in the Amer­i­can Civil War.

12. Prim­i­tive chloro­phyll-con­tain­ing mainly aquatic eu­kary­otic or­gan­isms lack­ing true stems and roots and leaves.

13. A Gaelic-speak­ing Celt in Ire­land or Scot­land or the Isle of Man.

14. (usu­ally fol­lowed by `to') Hav­ing the nec­es­sary means or skill or know-how or au­thor­ity to do some­thing.

19. African tree hav­ing an ex­ceed­ingly thick trunk and fruit that re­sem­bles a gourd and has an edi­ble pulp called mon­key bread.

22. A river in north­ern Italy that flows south­east into the Adriatic Sea.

25. A tri­cy­cle (usu­ally pro­pelled by ped­alling).

28. A per­ma­nent coun­cil of the United Na­tions.

31. Type genus of the Alau­di­dae.

32. Small trop­i­cal Amer­i­can tree bear­ing edi­ble plum­like fruit.

33. Im­ma­ture of its kind.

34. A town in north­ern Michi­gan on an arm of Lake Huron.

36. A user in­ter­face in which you type com­mands in­stead of choos­ing them from a menu or se­lect­ing an icon.

37. An­cient He­brew unit of liq­uid mea­sure = 1.5 gal­lons.

38. (Bri­tish) A wa­ter­proof rain­coat made of rub­ber­ized fab­ric.

39. A bar or bars of rolled steel mak­ing a track along which ve­hi­cles can roll.

42. (Akka­dian) Fa­ther of the gods and con­sort of Tia­mat.

45. An­gu­lar dis­tance above the hori­zon (es­pe­cially of a ce­les­tial ob­ject).

48. A na­tive Amer­i­can tent.

50. (Akka­dian) God of wis­dom.

54. A ra­dioac­tive el­e­ment of the al­ka­limetal group dis­cov­ered as a dis­in­te­gra­tion prod­uct of ac­tinium.

55. A story about myth­i­cal or su­per­nat­u­ral be­ings or events.

56. An al­loy of cop­per and zinc (and some­times ar­senic) used to im­i­tate gold in cheap jew­elry and for gild­ing.

57. (of com­plex­ion) Blem­ished by im­per­fec­tions of the skin.

58. A log­a­rith­mic unit of sound in­ten­sity.

59. Re­move gas from.

60. Be go­ing to.

62. A white metal­lic el­e­ment that burns with a bril­liant light.

64. A French ab­bot.

65. An aro­matic bal­sam.

67. Any of nu­mer­ous lo­cal fer­til­ity and na­ture deities wor­shipped by an­cient Semitic peo­ples.

68. An in­flam­ma­tory disease in­volv­ing the se­ba­ceous glands of the skin.

69. Stair­way in In­dia lead­ing down to a land­ing on the wa­ter.

72. Be­ing two more than fifty.

73. An elec­tri­cally charged par­ti­cle.

77. A state in mid­west­ern United States.

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