CROSSWORD No 138
1. Knock out. A hard seed in a cherry, plum, peach, and some other fruits.
2. Temperature. A placard or bill posted in a public place as an advertisement. An.
3. Written abbreviation for the US state of Oregon. Morally correct or virtuous.
4. Stronger, higher. Objetive form of we.
5. Different, instead. To make a long, low sound of pain, suffering, or another strong emotion.
6. A piece of glass or other transparent material, used to converge or diverge transmitted light and form optical images. A flat, circular object.
7. You and me. Covert.
8. Derivation. In the direction of.
9. The symbol for roentgen. A game played between two or four people on a special playing area that involves hitting a small ball across a central net using a racket. A widely used programming language.
10. Covered with, full of, or resembling dust. People.
1. A long scarf or shawl, worn by women. Term.
2. Temperature. A cylinder that turns round in a machine or device. Uranium.
3. Out of the ground. Employ. Belonging to or relating to something that has already been mentioned.
4. Not any. Nest. Receive or earn.
5. A pronoun. Bright.
6. A violent disturbance of the atmosphere with strong winds and usually rain, thunder, lightning, or snow. A pub where you can stay for the night, usually in the countryside.
7. The Roman numeral for it is X. Unusual. On the condition or supposition that.
8. Mineral. Help, typically of a practical nature. Very, extremely, or to such a degree.
9. Used in writing to mean 'and'. The time in the evening when the sun disappears or daylight fades. The twelfth letter of the alphabet.
10. Third person singular of the present tense of the verb to eat. Strike a surface noisily to attract attention, especially when waiting to be let in through a door.