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1. Voluntary con­tri­bu­tions to aid the poor. 5. Walk or tramp about.

12. Be­ing five more than one hun­dred fifty. 15. An in­vest­ment trust that owns and man­ages a pool of com­mer­cial prop­er­ties and mort­gages and other real estate ass­sets.

16. To the de­gree or ex­tent.

17. A unit of length of thread or yarn.

18. A sud­den short at­tack.

20. A kind of dance­able music pop­u­lar

among black South Africans.

21. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that

runs north­east into the Rhine.

22. (Bri­tish) A copse that shel­ters game.

24. The part of the ner­vous sys­tem of ver­te­brates that con­trols in­vol­un­tary ac­tions of the smooth mus­cles and heart and glands.

26. Any of sev­eral plants of the genus


28. A law­man con­cerned with nar­cotics vi­o­la­tions.

30. Walk con­sist­ing of a paved area for


33. Fear re­sult­ing from the aware­ness of danger.

37. (in­for­mal) Of the high­est qual­ity.

38. Wild sheep of north­ern Africa.

39. (Greek mythol­ogy) A maiden who was first a sculp­ture cre­ated by Pyg­malion and was brought to life by Aphrodite in an­swer to Pyg­malion's prayers.

41. A state­ment that ex­presses a per­sonal

opin­ion or be­lief.

43. A soft sil­very metal­lic el­e­ment of the al­kali

earth group.

45. Of an in­stru­ment of cer­tain death.

46. (medicine) Hav­ing or ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a

rapid on­set and short but se­vere course. 48. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Tur­key).

49. The lo­cal en­vi­ron­ment.

50. The ele­men­tary stages of any sub­ject

(usu­ally plu­ral).

51. Noisy quar­rel.

54. A fenc­ing sword sim­i­lar to a foil but with

a heav­ier blade.

56. A hemo­pro­tein com­posed of globin and heme that gives red blood cells their char­ac­ter­is­tic color.

57. A rare heavy poly­va­lent metal­lic el­e­ment that re­sem­bles man­ganese chem­i­cally and is used in some al­loys.

58. A sil­very soft waxy metal­lic el­e­ment of

the al­kali metal group.

59. Top part of an apron.

61. A for­mal as­so­ci­a­tion of peo­ple with sim­i­lar in­ter­ests.

63. (Baby­lo­nian) A demigod or first man. 67. The Ti­beto-Bur­man lan­guage spo­ken in

the Dali re­gion of Yun­nan.

70. A re­gion of cen­tral Europe rich in

de­posits of coal and iron ore.

73. Dis­parag­ing terms for the com­mon peo­ple.

75. Air­craft land­ing in bad weather in which the pi­lot is talked down by ground con­trol us­ing pre­ci­sion ap­proach radar. 76. An in­de­his­cent fruit de­rived from a sin­gle ovary hav­ing one or many seeds within a fleshy wall or peri­carp.

77. Hor­mone se­creted by the pos­te­rior pi­tu­itary gland (trade name Pitressin) and also by nerve end­ings in the hy­po­thal­a­mus.

78. (Bri­tish) Li­able to pay­ment of rates or


81. A ro­tat­ing disk shaped to con­vert cir­cu­lar

into lin­ear mo­tion.

82. The cry made by sheep.

83. A short speech (of­ten in verse) ad­dressed di­rectly to the au­di­ence by an ac­tor at the end of a play.

84. A loose sleeve­less outer gar­ment made

from aba cloth. 1. Weapons con­sid­ered col­lec­tively.

2. A light spring­ing move­ment up­wards or


3. Lit­tle known Ka­maru­pan lan­guages. 4. Stand­ing pos­ture.

5. In­di­ca­tor con­sist­ing of a line at the high­wa­ter or low-wa­ter lim­its of the tides.

6. A ra­dioac­tive gaseous el­e­ment formed by

the dis­in­te­gra­tion of ra­dium.

7. In­quire about.

8. A mem­ber of the Siouan peo­ple for­merly liv­ing in Iowa and Min­nesota and Mis­souri.

9. 100 pfen­nigs equal 1 Deutsche Mark.

10. Spicy sauce of toma­toes and onions and chili pep­pers to ac­com­pany Mex­i­can foods.

11. A pe­riod marked by dis­tinc­tive char­ac­ter

or reck­oned from a fixed point or event. 12. Wear­ing or pro­vided with cloth­ing.

13. A soft heavy toxic mal­leable metal­lic el­e­ment.

14. A Span­ish unit of length (about a yard) hav­ing dif­fer­ent val­ues in dif­fer­ent lo­cal­i­ties.

19. With­out forethough­t or plan.

23. River in east­ern Asia.

25. En­thu­si­as­tic ap­proval.

27. A ve­hi­cle re­sem­bling a bi­cy­cle but hav­ing

skis in­stead of wheels.

29. A rapid se­ries of short loud sounds (as might be heard with a stetho­scope in some types of res­pi­ra­tory dis­or­ders). 31. A mass of ice and snow that per­ma­nently cov­ers a large area of land (e.g., the po­lar re­gions or a moun­tain peak).

32. Af­fect­edly mod­est or shy es­pe­cially in a

play­ful or provoca­tive way.

34. Es­sen­tial oil or per­fume ob­tained from


35. 40th Pres­i­dent of the United States (1911


36. A con­sti­tu­tional monar­chy in south­east­ern Asia on Bor­neo and the Malay Penin­sula.

40. Type genus of the Al­ci­dae com­pris­ing

solely the ra­zor­bill.

42. Earnest and con­sci­en­tious ac­tiv­ity

in­tended to do or ac­com­plish some­thing. 44. United States writer (born in Poland) who

wrote in Yid­dish (1880-1957).

47. A mem­ber of an Amer­i­can In­dian peo­ples of NE South Amer­ica and the Lesser An­tilles.

52. (trade­mark) A light plas­tic disk about 10

inches in di­am­e­ter.

53. A boy or man.

55. The blood group whose red cells carry

both the A and B anti­gens.

60. Glazed yeast-raised dough­nut-shaped

roll with hard crust.

62. The cap­i­tal and largest city of


64. An in­for­mal term for a fa­ther.

65. Ti­tle for a civil or mil­i­tary leader (es­pe­cially in Tur­key).

66. A river in north cen­tral Switzer­land that

runs north­east into the Rhine.

68. The United Na­tions agency con­cerned

with civil avi­a­tion.

69. Open-heart surgery in which the rib cage is opened and a sec­tion of a blood ves­sel is grafted from the aorta to the coro­nary artery to by­pass the blocked sec­tion of the coro­nary artery and im­prove the blood sup­ply to the heart.

71. Some­one who works (or pro­vides work­ers) dur­ing a strike.

72. God of love and erotic de­sire.

74. A con­spic­u­ous dis­par­ity or dif­fer­ence as

be­tween two fig­ures.

79. A light strong gray lus­trous cor­ro­sion­re­sis­tant metal­lic el­e­ment used in strong light-weight al­loys (as for air­plane parts). 80. A triva­lent metal­lic el­e­ment of the rare

earth group.

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