CROSSWORD No 141
1. A strip of leather or cloth that you fasten round your waist. A man who is the head of an abbey of monks.
2. A period of time of which particular events or stages of development are typical. Plan, suggestion. Oxygen.
3. The past participle of eat. Skilled.
4. An honorific address used in a number of situations in many anglophone cultures. A tall plant that has a hard trunk, branches, and leaves.
5. The main governing body at some colleges and universities. A laboratory.
6. Conjunction used to link two or more alternatives. The past tense of send. Make.
7. The chemical symbol for uranium. A piece of grassland, especially one used for hay. The symbol for roentgen.
8. A determiner. Make good.
9. Injury, hurt. A place or event at which people dance to pop music.
10. Set of questions. Masticate.
1. Insect which produces wax and honey. Opposite to the north.
2. Rubber. A shaped covering for the head worn for warmth, as a fashion item, or as part of a uniform.
3. The language of ancient Rome. Used to emphasize how small or insignificant someone or something is.
4. Tesla. Rub out or remove writing or marks. Millisecond.
5. Inside. Make a hole or split in something by force. Tesla.
6. An advertisement. Became accustomed.
7. A plantigrade. A subject.
8. A confusion of noises or voices. Clean with water and, typically, soap or detergent.
9. Oxygen. To control a group of people, a country, or a situation. Water that has frozen and become solid.
10. Any one of the digits of the foot. To get or receive something from someone with the intention of giving it back after a period of time.