CROSSWORD No 200
1. To reduce the amount or size of something. The distinctive name of a work of art, musical, or literary composition, etc.
2. The symbol for roentgen. Closer. The symbol for vanadium.
3. A familiar or diminutive word for aunt. Lifetime.
4. The symbol for indium. The object form of the pronoun I. A small or medium-sized road vehicle with one row of seats at the front and a space for carrying goods behind.
5. An item-by-item record of names or things, usually written or printed one under the other. Through.
6. The smallest prime number. A soft-bodied shellfish with two shells that close tight around it.
7. To perceive with the eyes. Used when referring to a time in the afternoon or evening or at night. Move, travel.
8. Peculiar. Make a connection less strong.
9. A consonant. Give the authority or means to do something. A consonant.
10. Make someone a little angry. Rush, race.
1. A long thin part or line stretching behind or hanging down from something. An upholstered seat with back and arms for two or more people.
2. The symbol for roentgen. Joined together as a group. The fourteenth letter of the alphabet.
3. Establishment or building where travelers can seek lodging and, usually, food and drink. Land of the swedish.
4. The past participle of meet. A preposition. Abbreviation for number.
5. Have the intention of achieving. Amuse oneself in a game.
6. Evergreen plant. Rabble.
7. Internet top-level domain for the Republic of Ireland. Personal computer. Having lived or existed for a relatively long time.
8. Take a trip. The salty water that covers about three-quarters of the Earth's surface.
9. The twelfth letter of the alphabet. A building where a car is kept. The nineteenth letter of the English alphabet.
10. Flat and smooth. A period of 30 days.