CROSSWORD No 211
1. Acquire something by paying for it.
2. The symbol for sulphur. A public procession, especially one celebrating a special day or event. The symbol for sulphur.
3. The symbol for curium. To capture or seize. To make a request or demand.
4. Rower. An instrument for writing or drawing with ink. A male.
5. Confidence. Spoken.
6. A connection between two people, things, or ideas. Without money.
7. Used instead of 'a'. Not feeling well, or suffering from a disease. Moist.
8. Piece of netting which is used for catching fish. Put food into the mouth and chew and swallow it. The symbol for nobelium.
9. The fourth letter of the alphabet. Knowledge. Used in writing to mean 'and'.
10. Spoken or written words that have no meaning or make no sense.
1. A country forming the northernmost part of Great Britain and of the United Kingdom.
2. Phosphorus. Relating to or found in the sea. Used in writing to mean 'and'.
3. Not in bed. Hurry. The cardinal number between one and three.
4. A piece of old cloth which you can use to clean or wipe things. To move over snow on skis. A preposition.
5. The past tense of creep. A smaller amount of.
6. Feel intense dislike for. The flat cutting edge of a knife, saw, or other tool or weapon.
7. An advertisement. Used to introduce a further negative statement. A unit of weight equal to 1,000 kilograms.
8. One of the smaller areas of ocean. A number of people or things in a more or less straight line. Millisecond.
9. The fifth letter of the English alphabet. The past participle of shake. The fifth letter of the English alphabet.
10. The frame of bones supporting a human or animal body.